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Crested Butte‘s Wine and Food Festival is upon us, and is an exceptional gastronomic adventure that the town has to offer. Enjoy the event with friends and family, and take part in tasting over 500 wines, spirits and beers. Like usual, the festivities is an annual 4-day event that comprises world-class chefs, winemakers, brewers, distillers, sommeliers and spirits experts together.
The event is not only fun and exciting but is also an event with a cause that helps to support the arts and culture of Crested Butte. Now going on its 10th successful year, the festival is more jam packed and bigger than ever. The event is said to have over-the-top winemaker’s dinners, brunches and lunches; a new Reserve Tasting featuring only premium and highly rated wines; and a wide range of educational seminars for the novice and connoisseur alike.
Have you ever tried a watermelon chardonnay, perfect for a thirst quenching summer? If not, then the attending the event might be your chance to try one. The event started on Thursday, but you can still catch up and enjoy an event or two.
– On Friday, July 26th, there were seminars conducted by well known oenophiles and winemakers. There were also talks about tequilas and why it is so special.
– On Saturday, July 27, at 2 p.m. there will be a VIP Grand Tasting Admission.
– On Sunday, July 28 at 10:30 am, enjoy a peaceful yoga at the Center for the Arts Terrace. Then, enjoy fresh juices, light brunch bites and brunch cocktails with chef Rose Reyes (Montanya Distillers).
The event is already getting raving reviews, and whether you are a oenophile or someone who just wants to try something new, the event is for everyone and can soothe anyone’s palate. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets now to participate in the festivities, and get tasting passes, and much more.
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