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Wine Vendors

Team Player is known best for our wine festivals. We have over 25 years of experience curating mountain wine festivals. Our staff is well versed in sorting wines, polishing glassware and producing a seamless wine festival where all your whites are on ice when you arrive.

vail wine classic

August 12-15, 2021

breckenridge wine classic

September 16-18, 2021

park city wine festival

September 30 – October 2, 2021

vail craft beer classic

June 25  & 26, 2021

Obviously not a wine festival

LIVE EVENTS DURING COVID

See our COVID Safety Page for more information on the steps we’re taking to keep you safe at our events. The State of Colorado’s Outdoor Event Guidelines are constantly adjusting as COVID levels change. Please do your part to educate yourself on the Vendor Responsibilities for Outdoor Events in CO.

Vendors/employees Responsibilities

  • Vendors should be familiar with the CDPHE Workplace Outbreak Guidance and apply all recommendations for prevention and mitigation that are outlined in that document to their operation.
    • Vendors and employees must wear face coverings unless doing so would inhibit the individual’s health, in which case reasonable accommodations should be pursued to maintain the safety and health of all parties.
  • Train employees in proper use of protective equipment, and emphasize that they should refrain from face-touching. Keep documentation of this training and make it available upon request of the local public health agency.
  • Require handwashing upon arrival, departure and frequently throughout the day.
  • Implement symptom monitoring protocols (including workplace temperature monitoring and symptom screening questions where possible) (Additional Guidance) and encourage sick employees to use the CDPHE symptom support tool.
  • Employees who have been in close contact with a person suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 (generally within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes, depending on level of exposure) should not report to work and should self-quarantine.
  • Group employees into teams or shifts that stick together to limit mixing between different teams or shifts.
  • Provide contactless payment methods.
    Do not allow multiple people to handle objects unless you can disinfect objects between each person.
  • Extend setup timelines to allow vendors more time to set up and not overlap.