Telluride Reserve: Announcing Credential Sales For August Event

Telluride Reserve, a new food and wine event hosted in Telluride Mountain Village, recently launched credential sales. Only 500 credentials are available for the four-day event. For further information about Telluride Reserve, or to purchase credentials (priced at $1,600 per person), please visit telluridereserve.com.

Telluride Reserve focuses on the intimacy of each tasting by providing direct interaction with award-winning chefs, winemakers, sommeliers, and the wines that express the terroir of vineyards from around the world. The talent on hand for the Telluride Reserve will immerse guests in their cultures and vibrant stories of food and wine.

The locations for the 17 Taste & Terroir four-course lunches will be private homes and venues, each limited to only 30 guests. Guests select their weekend tastings by their interests, from a host of seminars, each with a maximum capacity of just 50 guests or less.

View of Mountain Village, the setting for TMVOA’s Telluride Reserve.

 

Aux Pied Des Pistes , Offered by Invited Home. One of the spectacular venues for the inaugural Telluride Reserve weekend.

 

Villa Mendia, Offered by Invited Home.

Highlights:

Meet two generations of the Mondavi family, with wines from Tim Mondavi’s Continuum Estate and a menu crafted by Mondavi’s executive Chef, Sarah Scott. Tim will lead a vertical tasting of Continuum and discuss the intricacies of the vintage, his family’s legacy and life in Napa Valley. Carlo Mondavi, Tim’s son, will showcase his remarkable RAEN wines that he and his brother Dante founded in 2013 by putting them up against some of the great Burgundies of the world in a blind tasting.

Meet Chef Katy Millard of Coquine, just announced as a semi-finalist for 2019 Best Chef: Northwest by the James Beard Foundation. She will host a Taste & Terroir of Oregon lunch paired with the wines of Lavinea.

Enjoy the Taste & Terroir of Santa Barbara lunch, the stories of Sandhi and Domaine de la Cote Winemaker and Sommelier Rajat Parr, all while experiencing the culinary skills of Michelin Star awarded Chef Daniel Patterson.

Andrew Shaffner, Telluride Ski Resort’s Wine Director, will revisit the reds poured at the Judgement of Paris. This signature event is a recreation of the famous blind tasting held in 1976 where California wines beat French wines to earn global recognition. The reenactment has only been offered four other times since the original event. Only 15 spots are available.

“This will truly be an intimate and exclusive event of the highest caliber,” said Anton Benitez, President and CEO of TMVOA. “We’re excited to showcase the gorgeous community of Telluride Mountain Village, the creativity of talented chefs and the marvelous, limited production vintages of featured winemakers. Telluride Reserve will be an unparalleled food and wine experience.”

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.

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