For those of you who haven't lined up tickets yet for the 2015 Park City Food & Wine Classic, the event kicks off tomorrow, so it's time to get on the stick! And yes, there are still tickets left for many fun outings, seminars and tastings, although some have sold out.
There are more food and wine events at this year's Classic than ever before, with ticket prices ranging from $75 to $225 and hundreds of wines available for tasting, along with dozens of restaurants and chefs represented. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the People’s Health Clinic, a nonprofit that provides healthcare for uninsured individuals and families in Utah’s Summit and Wasatch counties. Last year, the classic raised more than $30,000 for the clinic.
An interesting new event for this year is "Vino & Vinyasa" on July 9th, a lunch, wine tasting and vinyasa-style flow yoga session on the Grand Lawn at Montage Deer Valley.
On July 10th my favorite event of the PC Food & Wine Classic returns: The Stroll of Park City. Patrons will roam up and down Main Street sampling food and beverage from a large number of wineries, distilleries and breweries, along with snacks provided by some of Park City's best restaurants. Because of The Stroll's popularity, the hours have been extended this year - from 3 to 7 PM - to allow attendees to enjoy the more than 16 Stroll stops at their leisure.
The biggest event of the 2015 Park City Food & Wine Classic will take place on July 11th: The Toast of Park City, a grand tasting that will be held this year at the Grand Lawn and Grand Terrace of Montage Deer Valley.
For a complete schedule and to purchase tickets, click here