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Food & Wine Experience

The Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is the proud host for the 2018 Mammoth Food & Wine Experience


 

SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU JOIN THE SIERRA NEVADA RESORT & SPA FOR THE 8TH ANNUAL MAMMOTH FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL!

Guests who book & stay with us during the Mammoth Food & Wine Festival will receive a discounted $85 ticket to the Grand Tasting on Saturday Night (reg. $99)*.  

 


*Guest can book from the following room types - Fireplace suite, Deluxe King, Deluxe two Queens, Lodge King, or Lodge Two Queens. Each adult assigned to the room will receive a ticket to the Grand Tasting on July 14th for a discounted rate of $85 per person.  The tasting is on July 14th from 5pm to 8pm at The Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa.  50% deposit due at time of booking and cancellation 15 or less days prior to arrival forfeit the deposit.  More than 15 days it is a $35 fee.  Guests need to book before July 9th in order to receive the discount. 

 


 

EVENT INFO

 

FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE VILLAGE

Friday, July 13th | 5pm to 8pm

30+ wineries pouring 80+ exceptional wines

Commemorative Mammoth Food & Wine Experience wine glass to take home!

TICKETS | $50

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SATURDAY GRAND TASTING AT THE SIERRA NEVADA RESORT

Saturday, July 14th | 5pm to 8pm

35+ wineries pouring 130+ exceptional wines

Tastings of culinary creations from local chefs

Live entertainment

Fabulous Live & Silent Auctions

Refreshing beer & cider provided by Snowblind Distributors

Dessert provided by Hugs Ice Cream and Mountain Cakery

TICKETS | $99

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SUPPORTING HIGHER EDUCATION & THE ARTS

Proceeds from Mammoth Food & Wine Experience provide crucial support for higher education and the arts through the local nonprofit founded by Dave McCoy, Mammoth Lakes Foundation.

Mammoth Lakes Foundation is dedicated to supporting higher education and cultural enrichment in the Eastern Sierra. Successes include supporting the establishment of Cerro Coso community College/Mammoth Campus, owning and operating a state-of-the-art student apartment facility and 100-seat performing arts theatre, and providing college scholarships to over 675 local students since 2003.

The Foundation holds 40 acres of land for future community benefit in the desirable South Gateway corridor of town.