The wine-on-tap program at Three Saints Revival in Denver is a boon to the business and the environment

August 11, 2023

As more wineries offer vino in kegs, more restaurants have started offering wine one tap, and Three Saints Revival in Denver has fully embraced the program.

“Since starting the 28-tap wine program in late May 2023, we’ve only seen the share of beverage sales for wine increase,” general manager Conor McKenzie said. “Once guests have that first taste, they’re all in on draft wine.”

“Many other restaurants around town feature two to four wines on tap, but this Mediterranean restaurant by Robert Thompson can serve a much wider variety, ranging from Sacchetto sparkling rosé from Italy to North by Northwest Riesling from Washington State to Santa Julia Malbec from Argentina. Sizes are served in 2.5-ounce, 5-ounce, 8-ounce, and liter pours. For the smallest pour prices range from $5 to $10, and liter pours start at $60 and go up to $96. The standard 5-ounce glass wine starts at $10 and goes up to $24.”

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