The price of wine and its popularity in Colorado is a big factor in the state’s growing popularity, according to a report released Monday by the National Wine Association.
Colorado is the fourth-most-popular wine market in the United States, according the report.
Wine is being grown in a variety of different regions, with the state leading the way.
The report said the average price of a bottle of wine in Colorado was $5,813, while the average for a bottle in California was $6,400.
That is the highest price in the nation, according, the report said.
Colorado also ranked as the most expensive state to buy expensive wine and paints.
The study ranked the state number two in wine and one of the most unaffordable states in terms of prices for wine and wine and glass paints, according a statement from the report’s authors.
That number is in line with other recent reports.
The most expensive paint in the country is painted in Los Angeles, which has a cost of more than $2,000 a pound.
The cheapest paint is in Miami, which is estimated to cost just $300.
In the past two years, the average cost of a gallon of paint in California has risen from $2.70 to $3.90, the authors wrote.
Colorado was the No. 2 state in terms in the cost of painting, and the next closest state was Wyoming, the study found.
The cost of wine also rose in Colorado, from $1,250 in 2012 to $2