Taste of Vail tickets on sale
VAIL — The Taste of Vail, a premier food and wine festival, is announcing early ticket pricing for the upcoming spring event on April 4 through April 8. Food and wine lovers can save on tickets if they purchase before Dec. 31.
The 28th annual Taste of Vail features more than 30 guest chefs, restaurateurs and sommeliers as well as more than 55 top wineries from around the world. During the five-day festival, attendees experience signature events including the 2016 Debut of Rose, The American Lamb Cook-Off and Apres Ski Tasting, The Mountain Top Tasting and the Grand Tasting as well as seminars, intimate wine pop ups, dinners and more.
Tickets for all Taste of Vail events are now on sale at last year’s prices. These prices are available until Dec. 31. Save on signature events such as the Mountain Top Picnic, Grand Tasting and Signature Pass by purchasing tickets now. Early Pricing are as follows:
Debut of 2017 Rose: $50
American Lamb Cook-Off: $75
Mountain Top Tasting: $135
Grand Tasting: $180
Signature Pass: $385 (Includes entry into the four signature events at the Taste of Vail: Debut of Rose, Lamb Cook-Off, Mountain Top Tasting and Grand Tasting. Not valid for any seminars or winemaker dinners.)
Seminar 6-Pack: $185 (any six pre-chosen seminars)
Seminar 4-Pack: $150 (any four pre-chosen seminars)
About the Taste of Vail
Rated among the top food and wine festivals by Forbes, Travel Channel, and USA Today, Taste of Vail will celebrate Vail’s world class dining scene and participating wineries’ finest wines, at several different venues throughout North America’s most popular mountain resort from April 4-8.
In addition to the new seminars offered during the 27th annual Taste of Vail, the event includes Debut of 2017 Rose, the American Lamb Cook-off and Apres Ski Tasting, The Mountain Top Picnic, and the Grand Tasting. Taste of Vail is one of the nation’s only events that invites dozens of winemakers and owners from all across the world to pour wine and interact with participants.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.tasteofvail.com.
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