Cure Organic Farm
Founded in 2005, is a commercial family farm located six miles east of Boulder, Colorado. We grow over 100 different varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs and flowers on 15 acres. All of the crops we grow are distributed within 50 miles of the farm through a CSA program, to local restaurants, farmers markets and our farm store on site. The farm is also home to several honey bee hives, a flock of hens and ducks, and heritage Berkshire and Mangalitsa pigs which are rotationally grazed.
We believe that community involvement is instrumental in the revival of small family farms. We are dedicated to using sustainable methods that help to maintain a healthy farm ecosystem.
Our work is fueled by a simple idea—great food deserves great drinks.
Through a select network of restaurant pouring partners, we are providing true refreshment through handcrafted flavor and only real ingredients. All Tractor beverages are completely organic, entirely natural and 100% non-GMO.
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Red Wagon Farm
We strive to have a sustainable farm and to us this means many things. It means using our land, water, and other resources in a responsible way. We farm in a manner that is sustainable for the land and also provides wildlife habitat. We also strive to have a farm that is economically sustainable. This is the only way the farm will continue to operate year after year. That means paying our workers a fair wage and putting money back into the local community.
One of the best parts of having a market farm is that we sell directly to the people who consume our vegetables. We get to share our stories, challenges, and other information with our customers and we also get to enjoy the gratitude they show us.
Grateful Bread Company is a local, family-owned Denver bakery. Our artisan bakers take pride in hand-shaping every loaf and hand-rolling every pastry to ensure that we are creating the most authentic breads and pastries possible. We use only the finest organic and natural ingredients in every single one of our products, such as organic whole grain flours that are on a beautiful solid pine East Tyrolean stone mill. We also use fresh honey from a three-generations-old family of Colorado beekeepers, and milk, eggs, and butter from a local dairy. We source our organic rye and organic corn from an organic farm in Fort Collins. All of our ingredients are non-GMO, and we are in the process of partnering with local Colorado farmers to obtain organic heirloom grains to mill for our bread and for flour to sell to chefs and home bakers in the community as well as stone-ground organic grits.
Founded in 1867, Contratto is Italy’s oldest Metodo Classico house. It is based in Canelli, Piedmont and boasts impressive underground cellars and 45 hectares of vines. Giorgio Rivetti of La Spinetta purchased Contratto in 2011, thus adding sparkling wines, vermouths and bitters to his production line. The vines are located in Alta Langa, and some plantings of Pinot Nero extend up to 850 meters above sea level. Contratto makes about 200,000 bottles per year, and this is seriously some of the best sparkling wine found in Italy distinguished by the distinctive Art Deco designs on the bottle. These wines are very impressive.