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dchan, Wine in Utah

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 
I just reread your post.Utah law will not allow a server to uncork a bottle of wine that does not have a Utah lable on it.So please take note of that, if you plan to bring your own wine to a restaurant.It's just one of the strange Utah Laws.If the server is caught Uncorking a bottle without the lable he or she could loss thier job.The only store by the Canyons is a 7/11. besides going into Albertsons at the end of a long ski day is something that you just have to see to believe.

The Best skier in the world is the One with the biggest smile. Utah49
post #2 of 11
Utah 49,

Are there any good wine shops in or near Salt Lake City? Can you bring your own wine to any restaurant like bottle clubs?

Just wondering.

post #3 of 11
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I am Not sure what the wine selection would be like at any of the state liquor stores in Salt lake City.I have been told by many avid wine connoisseurs and a few of the local wineo that the store in Prospector squaire has an excellent selection.(corner of Sidewinder Dr and Golddust Ln .)
I am sure that almost all restaurants will allow you to bring a bottle of wine and charge a small corking fee.We almost always bring our own bottle when we go out to eat.

The Best skier in the world is the One with the biggest smile. Utah49
post #4 of 11
There are 2 stores in SLC that carry a larger selection of wine. One on 3rd east and 3rd south and one on Fort Union at about 20th east.
post #5 of 11
Thanks for the heads up Utah..
I was not aware of that little hole in the laws. We will probably just skip the wine for the trip to the resturant. We usually have wine almost every night so one night skipped will not kill us. Maybe if we can hook up with you, we can share a glass of wine after skiing.

It's snowing in Boston, Newton to be exact. Pretty cool. I wish I had the chance to bring my footbeds and get some skiing in but this trip is time to spend with my family. Bet the skiing in the local mountains is pretty good
post #6 of 11
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dchan, or anyone else that may be headed to Park City When you get here give me a call at Taminah Gallery (435)655 3264 ask for Doug.Pray that this damn High pressure system brakes up soon!We could Use another 2 to 3 foot of snow.A lot of the More popular runs are getting thin.But still the skiing is pretty damn good.By the way are you buying the Wine?

The Best skier in the world is the One with the biggest smile. Utah49
post #7 of 11
If you get a chance to join us for an after ski stop, We will have wine from CA and maybe France, depends on my other friend. We will be bringing some in but just won't take it to the resturant.
post #8 of 11
The Utah State Liquor Store Harpo mentioned on Fort Union Blvd is where I go for wine. Great selection.
post #9 of 11
Utah , I will be in SLC 2/3 - 2/10 and just might give you a call . I will definitely do my snow dance . Why do you think we got that storm here in the east this week . Or maybe it was that I washed my truck on Fri. Maybe I should wash again ? Uh , the truck that is .<FONT size="1">

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post #10 of 11
Good idea. I'll wash my truck too.

Reverend Poppy
post #11 of 11
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If we go a few more days without snow here then we might just pay you to bring that truck over Here and wash it.

The Best skier in the world is the One with the biggest smile. Utah49
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