Keystone Wine & Jazz Festival
Saturday, July 19th & Sunday, July 20th, 2014
1pm-5pm in River Run Village
River Run braids hundreds of wines into a picturesque piazza of wine seminars and deluxe jazz ensembles. Kindle a sashay into your step with a sophisticated, weekend affair in the heart of Keystone Resort, Colorado. Learn about different regions and the delicate nuance of flavors that evolve the finest vineyard blends. Enrich your knowledge by attending the professional wine seminars and discover which wines and foods harmonize with your favorite selections. Enjoy live music from national Jazz musicians including Gregory Goodloe, Christof Brownell, Chieli Minucci Band, Stanley Jordan, Oli Silk Band, Matt Marshak, Marcus Anderson Band and festival favorite Dotsero throughout each day. Kick off the weekend in style with an exclusive VIP Friday night Reserve Tasting hosted in the picturesque Warren Station Center for the Arts located in the world class River Run Village. Enjoy this weekend long wine event reminiscent of its glory days of '06 / '07 with a continued Republic National Distributing Co. partnership in place for the 2014 event.
Ticketing & Packages:
• 1-Day Wine & Jazz Grand Tasting Pass (Saturday 719 ONLY or Sunday 7/20 ONLY):
o $60 One - Day Festival Tasting Glass ($55 Early Bird Pricing through June 8th 5pm) - Saturday or Sunday
o Includes: (1) official Keystone Wine & Jazz tasting glass, unlimited sampling of over 300 wines at the River Run Village Grand Tasting and 5 Wine & Jazz gourmet food tickets for Saturday OR Sunday ONLY
• Weekend Wine & Jazz Grand Tasting Pass:
o $100 Weekend Pass Tasting Glass ($95 Early Bird Pricing through June 8th at 5pm) - Weekend
o Includes: (1) official Keystone Wine & Jazz tasting glass, unlimited sampling of over 300 wines at the River Run Village Grand Tasting and 8 Wine & Jazz gourmet food tickets for BOTH Saturday and Sunday. So much wine...you need two days to taste it all!
• Specialty Educational Wine Seminars at Warren Station Center for the Arts:
o $25 per person per seminar ($20 Early Bird Pricing through June 8 at 5pm) - Come and enjoy one or all four specialty educational wine seminars. Seminar descriptions below.
o NEW: $80 Wine Seminar 4-Pack ($75 Early Bird Pricing through June 8 at 5pm) - Do people accuse you of being a book worm? Are you what they call a "brainiac"? Then this is the pass for you. Attend all four festival educational wine seminars and get a discount while doing it!
• Reserve Wine Tasting at Warren Station Center for the Arts - Kick off the festival weekend in style with our Reserve Wine Tasting, located at the picturesque Warren Station Center for the Arts. Stroll through the world class River Run Village and join us at Warren Station Center for the Arts for an evening of an array of the finest wines, unforgettable entertainment and gourmet food while taking in the stunning Rocky Mountain vistas.
o $85 per person (all inclusive)
Discounted Lodging Packages:
Take advantage of awesome discounts from our lodging partners and book a weekend getaway!
Book with Keystone Resort Property Management (KRPM) and receive exclusive benefits for the Wine & Jazz festival. Call (888) 973-9272 for further information or to book your festival weekend today!
• Save 36% on Lodging
• Skip the lines and maximize the fun! Dedicated Will Call Ticket Pick-up location brought to you by KRPM
• Access to VIP Area brought to you by Keystone Resort Property Management
• Plus festival-specific package and added-value!
SummitCove.com or Call (877)250-7750
Jazz up your July with these Wine & Jazz Festival Packages from SummitCove Lodging! Call us to inquire about additional package options.
$321 for 1 Night in a River Run Village 1-Bedroom Condo + (2) One-Day Village Grand Tasting Passes
$437 for 2 Nights in a River Run Village 1-Bedroom Condo + (2) One-Day Village Grand Tasting Passes
Warren Station Wine Seminar Descriptions:
Saturday, July 19th // 12:30pm
Topic: "Pink is the New Yum!"
Why drink pink? Why not? Gone are the days of the White Zinfandel. It's been rendered irrelevant by the onset of the Moscato craze. Now is the time to get back to the serious pink wines of the Rosé category. These elegant, refreshing, and downright delicious dry wines from around the world titillate our palates with a myriad of aromas, flavors, and textures not found in your everyday whites and reds. These wines are indeed special and this seminar will show you why. You will learn how these wines are made, from where they come, the grapes that are used, and, most importantly, how savory they taste! It's summer and there is no better season for the Rosé. Whether winding down an afternoon on the back porch or indulging in some summertime cuisine, this seminar will demonstrate that the time for Rosé is now and there's never a bad time for the "Yum!" factor.
Saturday, July 19th // 3:00pm
Topic: "The Word Cup of Cabernet"
From Bordeaux to Napa Valley, Maipo to Coonawara, much of the world is planted to the noblest of grape varieties; Cabernet Sauvignon. Together, we will taste and discuss the unique qualities of eight of the most notable Cabernet regions from around the globe. These regions will then face-off, head-to-head to declare the grand champion of Cabernet.
Sunday, July 20th // 11:30am
Topic: "Bubbles...On the Rocks"
Most of us have enjoyed a Mimosa on a lazy Sunday morning. However, Champagne and other sparkling wines have a long history of being used in mixed cocktails. From the classics like the Bellini and the French 75 to modern day recipes, come learn fun and interesting ways to incorporate bubbles into your next patio party, holiday event or birthday. Bubbles can accompany any type of cuisine; even steak. With the addition of spirits and liquors, the possibilities for utilizing bubbles in your next dinner from appetizer to dessert will seem infinite. Come and taste five unique sparkling wine cocktails to accompany any and all types of food.
Sunday, July 20th // 2:00pm
Topic: "Spanish Wine Essentials"
From the crisp whites of the Rias Biaxes to the rich full bodied reds of Rioja and the Riberra del Duero, Spain has a wide variety of wine styles that will please anyone's palate. Bridging the gap between the traditional ways of Old World Spain and todays flavor profile, the wines of Spain have a long and storied history dating back to 1100BC, that can only be expressed by sharing a glass. Join in and explore the history and wines from this amazing region of the world.
Be sure to download our app to get the most out of your festival experience!
Find out where your favorite wines are located by scrolling through each table and then locating them via the interactive map, scan wines you like to save to your favorites list for later, keep up with music, seminars and other fun activities happening throughout the day with the complete schedule of events.
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Keystone Wine & Jazz Beneficiary:
Keystone Wine and Jazz is a proud supporter of the Lake Dillon Foundation for the Performing Arts. The Lake Dillon Theatre Company is a professional theatre committed to enhancing the quality of life in Summit County and the Colorado Front Range by providing unique and accessible cultural experiences through the Performing Arts. We increase imagination, engagement and empathy in our community through our performance, educational and outreach programming. A portion of festival proceeds is donated back to this wonderful community cause.
For more information on volunteer opportunities please contact the Lake Dillon Theatre Company at (970)513-9386 or email