Wine, dine and play
Team Player Productions, the producer of the second annual Breckenridge Wine Classic, stresses that the event is not just about sipping wine. The event combines the active lifestyle that Colorado is known for with fine wines, craft beer, spirits and food tastings. This year’s Wine Classic spans four days, from Sept. 14-17, in varying locations throughout downtown Breckenridge. Attendees are encouraged to bring outdoor wear, so that after a nice hike or bike ride, guests can reward themselves with wine.
The 2017 Wine Classic is broken into several events, including a Farm to Fork Wine Dinner; Emerging Stars Luncheon: Looking Beyond Napa and Bordeaux; Mamma Mia! Italian Immersion; Stroll Breckenridge; Best of the Fest Tasting; Pinot Passport Hike; All That Sparkles Luncheon; Local Flavor Wine and Cheese Pairing; If The Wine Matters, So Does the Glass Seminar; The Grand Tasting; The Wine Classic After Party; Beerunch Hike and the Hair of the Dog Fat Bike Ride. Over four days there will be over 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries and locally made products. In attendance will be master sommeliers, executive chefs as well as wine enthusiasts and foodies.
One of the master sommeliers at this year’s Wine Classic is Sean Razee, the general manager of Artisanal Wine & Spirits of Colorado, a premium wine branch of Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, a wine and spirits wholesaler with a diverse portfolio of wine producers. This is Razee’s second time serving as one of the presenting experts at the Classic. He helped choose wines for Thursday night’s Farm to Fork dinner at Ten Mile Station as well as the Emerging Stars luncheon at…
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