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A Recap of the 2016 Park City Food & Wine Classic



The 12th Annual Park City Food & Wine Classic offered wine and culinary experiences in a variety of settings, like restaurants, classrooms, around the town and on the mountain! Attendees had the chance to have lunch surrounded by the gorgeous views of Deer Valley, bike or hike through Moab on an exclusive guided experience, and stroll along a tour historic Main Street.

The Toast of Park City hosted an impressive selection of domestic and international wines, premium craft beer and spirits, gourmet food and live music. Housed on the Grand Lawn and Grand Terrace, the event featured culinary creations by top Chefs from the Montage collection of resorts and overlooked the forested valley below with panoramic views of pine and aspen-cloaked valleys and peaks. It was quite a sight to see!

Steel Strike sponsored and furnished our Mountain Living lounge at the event, providing fabulous furniture for guests to browse and admire. Thank you, Steel Strike!

The weekend was an unforgettable celebration of food, drink and great outdoor adventures in beautiful Park City, Utah!

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