It’s wine time here in Park City as the 2016 Park City Food and Wine Classic approaches. The event, which lasts from July 7th-10th, is the culmination of celebrating all things culinary. Experience more than 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries, epicurean purveyors, and locally-made products among the beautiful scenery in Park City.
Over 500 different wine, beer and spirit samples will be showcased over the weekend alongside many of Park City’s brightest stars in the culinary world. Discover your new favorite red from winemakers such as Cakebread Cellars, J Wineyards & Winery, and Trefethen Family Vineayrds. No Park City event would be complete without tastings from world-renowned chefs such as Christian Ojeda from Apex at Montage. Take a look at a few of our favorite events for the 2016 Park City Food and Wine Classic:
2016 Park City Food and Wine Classic
July 7, 2016
Grab your sunscreen and hit the water to experience the fastest growing paddle sport in the world. Learn the techniques of standup paddleboarding among the pristine waters of Deer Valley Lake. Afterwards get your beer fix with local favorites such as Wasatch Brewery and Squatters Craft Beers while noshing on a lunch compliments of Deer Valley.
July 8, 2016
Between the delicious wines of Napa to the unbeatable views of Deer Valley, this educational luncheon is sure to be on your list. Lindsay Hayes of Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars pairs wines with cuisine from Chef Richard Samaniego of the St. Regis Deer Valley that brings out the best of our two favorite valleys.
July 9, 2016
Savor a six-course fixed menu that pairs delightfully with wine and whiskey at High West’s Nelson Cottage. Discover the best of Park City historically and culinary with this sophisticated evening.
July 10, 2016
A vinyasa style flow yoga will get your heart pumping and muscles lengthened while you enjoy the sunshine and fresh mountain air at the Grand Lawn at Montage Deer Valley. Montage Executive Chef Shawn Armstrong masterfully creates a brunch that compliments the main star: Veuve Clicquot.
Whether you’re an emerging foodie or classically trained sommelier, discover Park City’s best in the culinary scene at the 2016 Park City Food and Wine Classic. There’s a reason why Park City has more chefs per capita than Paris… come see why yourself.