Marc Murphy Joins Telluride Reserve | Daily Air Service to Telluride

Join Chopped Judge Marc Murphy at Telluride Reserve
Mountain Village Food & Wine Celebration

Telluride Reserve Mountain Village Food & Wine Celebration is happy to announce that Chef Marc Murphy will join our inaugural weekend and host two four-course lunches introducing guests to the Taste & Terroir of Tuscany. Born in Milan, Marc’s menu will be inspired by his Italian background and paired with the fresh and innovative wines of Bibi Graetz. Murphy has been cooking for over 30 years and is a well-known New York City restauranteur as well as a judge on Food Network’s hit show Chopped. Each of these Tuscan lunches will be held in a private home in Mountain Village and limited to only 30 guests.

The culinary talent of Telluride Reserve taking place August 15 – 18 includes a list of innovative and award-winning chefs, creating lunches showcasing the terroirs of a particular region paired with wines of the same. These chefs have earned James Beard Foundation awards, Michelin stars, Iron Chef and Top Chef accolades.

Telluride Reserve offers guests exclusive access to some of the finest wine and culinary talent and the opportunity to interact with each chef, winemaker or sommelier. Explore the events and purchase a credential at

If you haven't purchased your credentials yet, now is the time to do so! We look forward to having you as our guest at this inaugural celebration.

Daily Commercial Air Service to Telluride
For the first time in its history, the Telluride Regional Airport (TEX) will offer daily commercial jet service. Today (5/15) marks the first flight. Denver Air Connection, who maintain an interline relationship with United Airlines, has launched the daily flight on the 30-seat Dorner 328JET from Denver (DEN) to TEX. Flights will operate year-round with the exception of two short seasonal breaks in spring and fall.

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Anton Benitez
President & CEO
Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association

Posted on 2019-05-15

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