From there you can attend one of the many seminars focused on culinary topics, including wine tasting and cigar and Grand Marnier tastings. On Friday night, there will be a live auction, and Saturday night will feature the Grand Tasting and Dinner Dance, which comprises what www.tasteofvail.com calls the granddaddy of wine and food tastings. The website has a detailed list of events, special guests and prices.
A plethora of Vails own eateries will participate as well, including Grouse Mountain Grill, Restaurant Kelly Liken and Two Elk, which is situated as a gateway to China Bowl and Blue Sky Basin. For anyone whos ever wondered if food tastes better at 11,000 feet, here is your chance to find out.
April 1-4, 2009