Wine

Red, White and Snow is a premier wine, culinary and ski event held for 17 years in Park City, Utah to benefit the National Ability Center. This 3 day Wine and Food Festival, March 4-6, 6:30-9:00pm will happen virtually this year! At the NAC, they say, "adapting is what we do best,"  so this will still be a fantastic celebration in support of the NAC mission. Now is the time to secure your tickets for the 2021 celebrations so you can join the festivities from the comfort of your home! Go to redwhiteandsnow.org for tickets and event details or call 435.649.3991. 

Mountain Money - June 1, 2020

Jun 1, 2020

Listen to Mountain Money as the hosts speak with Jon Lauer and Rachel Rose from Bryn Mawr vineyards.  Jon and Rachel will talk about interruptions to their business from COVID-19 and the outlook for summer tourism in their area of Oregon. (1:40)  Rob Southworth, with the DABC, joins Mountain Money to discuss alcohol sales over the past three months and the decision by the DABC to reduce 16% of the brands they carry in the state liquor stores. (24:11) The final guests are Adam and Meisha Ross with Twisted Fern.

Mountain Money - June 29, 2015

Jun 29, 2015
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On this episode of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells were joined by author Stephen Witt for fascinating conversation about digital music piracy. He's the author of How Music Got Free: The End of an Industry, the Turn of the Century and the Patient Zero of Piracy. Kirsten Fox also joined the show to talk about wine and restaurants. She's the founder and CEO of Culinary Wine Institute and the author of The Profitable Wine List: Three Steps to Quickly & Easily Increase Wine Sales.

The Red White & Snow three-day event is a fundraiser for the National Ability Center and starts today. You still have a chance to get involved in this celebration of wine, food and adaptive sport. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

There’s a lot of people in the Park City area who love dogs – and also, many who love wine. Now, the two have been combined for a fundraiser called “Yappy Hour.” Rick Brough has more.