Food & Wine Celebration Unveiled
Telluride Mountain Village unveils new food and wine celebration for 2019
Intimate venues and unique private homes will host Telluride Reserve August 15-18, 2019
Mountain Village, CO (December 19, 2018) — Telluride Reserve, a new four-day celebration of food and wine presented by the Telluride Mountain Village Owner’s Association (TMVOA) will launch August 15 – 18, 2019.
The inaugural celebration will bring together emerging, diverse and award-winning chefs, winemakers, farmers, authors and culinary influencers to immerse guests in the cultures and vibrant stories of food and wine.
The Mountain Village-centered event will showcase elegant homes, intimate venues and unparalleled dining experiences. Guests might choose a lunch featuring a chef and sommelier pairing set among the cliffs of Tempter House at 12,000 feet, or perhaps a tasting on the patios and among the contemporary art collection of a secluded estate.
“Fine food and wine are created with care by talented individuals. Our goal is to gather culinary creatives and give them the opportunity to share their perspective and their stories with our guests,” said Garrett Brafford, Director of Operations and Finance of TMVOA. “We will bring this to life in the stunning locations of Telluride Mountain Village. We are excited to introduce an event of this caliber, which we believe will rival the very best in the country.”
Telluride Reserve will be limited to 500 guests to ensure the intimacy of the experience and provide interaction with the chefs, wine makers and producers. Advance credential sales will begin in February 2019.
This signature event is being spearheaded by TMVOA’s Brafford and Executive Director Anton Benitez with the expertise of Telluride Ski & Golf Resort’s VP of Culinary Services Stephen Roth and Wine Director Andrew Shaffner.
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About Telluride Mountain Village Owner’s Association
Formed in 1984, TMVOA is a non-profit corporation registered with the State of Colorado and managed by a duly elected Board of Directors. TMVOA is made up of 4 different membership classes – Class A: Residential, Class B: Lodging, Class C: Commercial, and Class D: Mountain Special Member (TSG). Included in TMVOA’s mission is to preserve and promote a vital resort community for its members and guests, with attention to creating a sustainable village and vibrant economy.
Posted on December 26, 2018 in Archived CEO Blogs
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