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Wine shop celebrating Pueblo's 150th anniversary

Posted at 9:45 PM, Jan 23, 2020

PUEBLO — A wine shop in Pueblo will celebrate the city's 150th anniversary all year.

8020 Wines in downtown Pueblo is selling commemorative wine bottles to honor the occasion.

There will be four special bottles -- one for each season.

Right now a red wine is available for winter.

Owner John Myers said it's his way of showing love to his hometown.

"I think Pueblo is a great place. It is where I was born and raised. I think anything we can do to help get people to know about our celebration and that Pueblo is a great place," Myers said.

The next commemorative bottle is expected to be available in the first week of April.

Some of the money from the wine sales will go to the Pueblo Downtown Association to help with different projects.