Park City Wine Festival has announced its experiential seminars for the 2023 festival, including “Art of Aperitivo: Negroni 101” hosted by Campari, a South American Hike and Lunch at the St. Regis Deer Valley, and a Portuguese Paradise lunch with Piattelli Vineyards. Park City Wine Festival is the ultimate food and wine festival that brings master winemakers and wine enthusiasts from around the world together in beautiful Park City, Utah from October 5-7. Tickets for the seminars, Grand Tastings, Best of Fest, and new Wine Is Blind event, are on sale now via Eventbrite.
Nearly 20 events throughout three days will introduce guests to globally focused experiences. On Thursday, October 5, seminars include a Deer Valley DAOU Dinner at St. Regis Deer Valley with DAOU Vineyards, Best of Butcher’s Dinner at Butcher’s Chop House & Bar with MILA Family Vineyards, Montage Deer Valley Dinner with Arietta Wine, Better Off Red Powder Dinner at Powder Restaurant, Wild West of Wines Dinner at Grub Steak. On Friday, October 6, experiences include Champions of Chardonnay Wine Lunch with Jackson Family Wines at Riverhorse on Main, Portuguese Paradise Lunch at Hyatt Centric with SommSchool, Vintner’s Table: Wine Family Lunch at Boneyard Saloon with Cline Family Cellars, Pure Paso Picnic Hike & Lunch at Montage with J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines, and Italian Dreams Lunch at Glitretind. The weekend will cap off on Saturday, October 7 with South American Sips Hike & Lunch at St. Regis. Deer Valley with Piattelli Vineyards, Tale of Two Hemispheres Lunch New World vs. Old World Lunch with SommSchool, and Art of Aperitivo: Negroni 101 seminar. More seminars as well as participating restaurants and wineries will be announced in the coming days.
“This year’s Park City Wine Festival is designed with a passport state of mind,” says Park City Wine Festival Events Director Kristen Slater. “We want guests to feel like they’re transported to a beachside party in Portugal, then whisked away to the depths of South America green spaces, followed by a leisurely Italian lunch and back to Utah – without ever needing to take out your passport.”
Park City Wine Festival allows imbibers to sip, swirl, and savor wine from more than 100 international wineries from California to France at the Grand Tastings, while taking in breathtaking views of Park City’s fall beauty. Mix and mingle with winemakers and vintners, immerse yourself in the world of wine during expertly paired lunches and dinners throughout the weekend, add some adventure with a paired wine hike, and participate in events like Wine Is Blind, a new collective experience that reveals your favorite wine without preconceived notions.
In addition to the seminars, there are also a number of signature events throughout the weekend including the Best of Fest on Oct. 6, featuring the gems of the Grand Tasting during an intimate, all-inclusive evening tasting. New to 2023 is Wine is Blind on Oct. 6. We’re putting your taste buds to the test at the Park City Wine Festival. During this late-night, blind wine tasting you’ll get to know mystery wines and vote for your favorite based on the flavor profile alone. The wines presented are all 90+ point rated and will be concealed in mystery bags. Wear your cocktail attire and get ready to fall in love with a new wine—all without seeing the bottle first. The weekend is anchored by the Grand Tastings on October 6 and 7. Enjoy wines from 100+ wineries, while taking in scenic mountain views, dancing to live music and snacking on delectable small bites. Explore everything from fruit-forward sauvignon blancs and pinots, to rich cabernets and zinfandels. In addition to an impressive, curated selection of wine, the Grand Tasting has hand crafted cocktails and local beer. Tickets are all-inclusive and cover the cost of all drinks and snacks.
For more information about the Park City Wine Festival, visit ParkCityWineFest.com.