Park City Wine Festival Is Back Fall 2021

The Park City Wine Festival, Park City’s original wine event, invites wine lovers to mark their calendars for a much-needed drink – or two – for their annual food-and-wine-filled festivities, Sept. 30 – Oct. 2.

The Park City Wine Festival offers a variety of experiences on the mountain, in restaurants, classrooms, and around town. Enrich your mind with new knowledge and enjoy food and wine while experiencing all that Park City has to offer for your mountain weekend.

The Park City Wine Festival is Utah’s must-attend wine experience hosted at various locations nestled in our breathtaking mountains. More than 2,500 wine enthusiasts sip and savor domestic and international wines and gourmet food, and participate in outdoor excursions and educational seminars for an unforgettable culinary experience.

The Park City Wine Festival is produced once again by Team Player Productions, Inc, the creators of the Breckenridge Wine Classic and the original producers of Park City Wine Festival.

“We are so fortunate we were able to host a number of successful, socially-distanced events last summer despite numerous cancellations of similar events due to the pandemic,” said Jason Ornstein, owner of Team Player Productions. “As industry leaders in festival production, we understand the unique challenges and ultimate rewards to both vendors and visitors when we can orchestrate and provide a safe, successful experience for everyone, and we’re excited to be able to continue to do that this fall in Park City.”

The annual event will skip the signature Stroll this year for social distancing purposes but will host two full days of grand tastings to allow ample time and space for vendors and visitors to sip, sample, and savor. Capacity will be greatly reduced to avoid long lines and allow guests to enjoy the experience in a safe, comfortable atmosphere.

The full schedule of events, along with ticket sales, discounted area lodging packages, and this year’s event beneficiary will be announced in April 8th. For more information about the Park City Wine Festival, visit