Utah Wine Festival
Cedar City has its very own winery and it’s hosting the Utah Wine Festival in September.
When we all think of wine we probably think of the vineyards of California, France, or Italy.
According to Brittanica.com, wine was cultivated in the Middle East by 4000 BCE and probably earlier, and Egyptian records dating from 2500 BCE refer to the use of grapes for winemaking.
The Greeks carried wine to the Black Sea and Spain and the Romans carried wine to Germany, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Austria, and France. After that, Spanish missionaries brought wine to Baja California in the 18th century.
Now that we know more about the history of wine, let’s talk about the Utah Wine Festival.
The Utah Wine Festival Grand Dinner on Center St. will be held on September 3rd. Center St. will be closed to host a table the length of the block in order to serve an immersive dinner experience.
Dinner will be provided by chefs Cole Chiaramonte and Rya Frazier with The Pub Craft Kitchen paired with several Utah wines.
If you think you might be interested, you can find tickets at the link here.