Food and Wine benefit to return
The Park City Food and Wine Classic will return for its second year with new additions like the "Wine on the Mountain Kick-off Celebration" and the "Stroll of Park City" from July 6-8.
The three-day festival will be sure to draw attendees that are devoted connoisseurs as well as those interested in learning more about culinary and wine endeavors. Everyone will be sure to find something to suit their tastes. The Park City Food and Wine Classic will feature several culinary and vineyard seminars. Among them are the "Stroll of Park City," which includes a grand tasting, epicurean delights, vintners’ dinners, reserve tastings, steel chef competition and auctions benefiting the Park City Jazz Foundation and the Egyptian Theatre Company.
"Last year the event was met with enthusiasm and we are anticipating another great event featuring chefs from around the nation, sommeliers from across the country, international cuisine and unusual wines," said Maurissa Magen of TeamSage Productions.
Dates and Times:
Wine on the Mountain Kick-off Celebration will be held at Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake Lodge on July 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will feature fabulous food, great wines and wonderful scenery. It will be highlighted by music from the Wasatch Jazz Trio Project and a live auction benefiting non-profit organizations. The event is limited to 200 patrons.
The Last Hole Park City Food and Wine Classic Golf Tourney will be held at the Park City Golf Course on July 7. The tournament gets going with a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. Golfers will be ready and waiting for the blast at tees throughout the golf Course.
Stroll of Park City will take place at historic Main Street on July 7 from 4 to 7 p.m. Casually meander up and down Main St. and sample great wines and food at eight locations, featuring more than 200 wines and four jazz bands.
Toast of Park City Grand Tasting will take place at The Forum at The Canyons on July 8 from 3 to 6 p.m. Sample more than 300 wines and a dozen of Park City’s best restaurants at the footsteps of The Canyons Resort, which offers an incredible view. Enjoy live music from the Park City Jazz Foundation as Red Rock Hot Club performs for the crowd. The ever-popular Steel Chef returns. They will pit four of Park City’s finest chefs in a culinary cook-off.
The Wine Makers’ Dinners will be held at various Park City restaurants throughout the weekend. Enjoy incredible wine and food throughout some of Park City’s most beautiful homes and restaurants. The private dinners directly benefit non-profit organizations.
The festival offers a variety of tickets, packages and passes. Individual tickets start at $20 and packages start at $150. For more information regarding tickets, packages or event details, call 1-877-328-2783 or visit http://www.parkcityfoodandwineclassic.com .
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