Park City Food and Wine Classic

The Park City Food & Wine Classic returns for its 11th year this summer, featuring more than two dozen food and wine tastings, seminars, bike rides, hike excursions and more—all led by world-renowned experts in Park City’s Wasatch Mountains.

The festival runs from July 8 to July 12, opening with the always-popular bike rides, stand-up paddle-boarding and wine tastings—along with new events, including yoga and a trip to the shooting range. During the long weekend, attendees will learn wine-tasting secrets from Master Sommeliers, taste whiskeys from Park City’s award-winning High West distillery, dig into a “Bacon & Barrels” meat-and-red-wine luncheon, take horseback rides and mountain-biking trips on Park City’s famous single-track trails, and much more.

Events include:

  • The Classic’s annual Wine on the Mountain celebration, including a Champagne reception with a live auction for the People’s Health Clinic, at the new High Star Ranch location.
  • The Stroll of Park City, featuring more stroll stops than ever this year, plus The End Up, a post-stroll after-party on Main Street.
  • The Toast of Park City, with a new location at the Montage at Deer Valley Resort, featuring creations by the top chefs from the Montage collection of resorts.

Ticket prices range from $50 for the “Blues & Brunch”—combining live local music with a mouthwatering Southern-style brunch buffet—to $225 for “Guns N Roses,” a backcountry Ranger tour of clay shooting, followed by a delicious outdoor lunch at Victory Ranch.

To learn more or to buy tickets, visit the Classic’s website, Act fast, as tickets to most events sell out quickly. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the People’s Health Clinic, a nonprofit that provides health care for uninsured individuals and families in Utah’s Summit and Wasatch counties. Last year, the Classic raised more than $30,000 for the clinic. 

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