Tag Archive: food and wine events
March 14, 2016 7:27 pm
Google+PinterestTwitterFacebookOne of our signature events, Debut of Rosé, is non-doubt a fan favorite. What better way to welcome the Spring season than with the debut of 2015 Rosés? The Debut will have more than 100 Rosé varietals to try, and takes place on Wednesday night, making it the perfect kick-off to Taste of Vail weekend! Avon Liquor Buyer Cary Hogan is no stranger to Taste of Vail, or the Debut of Rosé, having attended and volunteered at the event since its inception. We talked to Cary about the world of Rosé and what keeps her coming back to the event year after year. Hi Cary, thanks for taking the time to chat with us about all things Rosé! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself before we dive in? I am a Colorado native and have lived in the mountains most of my life, raising 2 wonderful boys who have followed me into the wine world. I have been involved in the wine, liquor and beer industry for over 30 years. I became passionate about wine, not just for the unbelievable versatility the world offers, but I also love the history, culture, geography and geology that is involved in the world… View Article
March 20, 2014 10:50 pm
Google+PinterestTwitterFacebookLooking for organic wine varietals at this year’s Taste of Vail? Look no further. Paul Dolan Vineyards has been producing organic and biodynamic wines for more than eight years. With organically grown wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfadel, Paul Dolan Vineyards aims to create wines with a distinct sense of place. Located in the heart of Mendocino County, Northern California, Paul Dolan Vineyards is comprised of a secluded piece of land rich in biological diversity and unique microclimates. Paul Dolan Vineyards’ grapes are sourced from organic and biodynamic vineyards, and their balanced winemaking practices support each bottling’s expression of terroir for wines of unforgettable character. At Paul Dolan Vineyards, organic grape growing and wine making are approached as a partnership with nature instead of an exploitation of the land. This takes patience, requiring more time in the vineyard. There are no short cuts or quick fixes with organic farming, but the care invested creates healthy soil, balanced grapes, and elegant wines that are expressive of place. Look for Paul Dolan Vineyards at the 24th Annual Taste of Vail. For more information or to purchase tickets for Taste of Vail, visit www.tasteofvail.com.
November 8, 2013 10:24 pm
Google+PinterestTwitterFacebookTo complement its three signature events each year, Taste of Vail creates a thoughtful lineup of nearly a dozen seminars that encourage guests to engage and learn about food and wine. Whether its crafting a handmade cocktail, tasting regional rosés or learning a new way to use extra virgin olive oil, the 24th Annual Taste of Vail offers guests a variety of seminars to take part in April 2-5, 2014. “Each year, Taste of Vail dedicates itself to creating quality seminars that relate to popular trends in food and wine as well as those that enliven the Vail lifestyle,” said Chris Chantler, president of the Taste of Vail board of directors. “This year we made an effort to announce our seminars as early as possible to give vacationers the information they need to book their spring travel to Vail.” New for the 2014 event, wine expert Josh Wesson will return to present “Looking at the World Through Rosé Colored Glasses.” Though best known as the co-founder of retail store Best Cellars in New York City, for 30 years Wesson has been a featured expert on food and wine pairing for numerous publications and television shows such as The Today Show… View Article