A Palisade Culinary, Wine & Spirits Adventure.
Thank you for a successful event! We look forward to our fourth annual Edesia in 2014.
Sunday – March 30, 2014
Below are details from 2013
Join us for the third annual celebration of exquisite food, wine and spirits to benefit the Marillac Clinic. This year’s event will be presented by Alpine Bank and will feature Western Slope restaurants and wineries as well as other local food and beverage artisans offering samplings of their finest products. Title sponsor will be Remy Cointreau, the American subsidiary of international champagne, cognac and spirits giant Remy Martin.
While sampling the feast, enjoy live entertainment with friends and stroll through Wine Country Inn’s working vineyards. Popular blues and pop singer Miss Emily and well-known Frank Sinatra sound-alike Randy Fosburgh are the first artists to commit to performing.
Remy Cointreau is the exclusive spirits purveyor this year. The official Ambassador for The MaCallan single malt Scotch whiskey, will be on hand in kilt and full regalia to greet guests and to explain the distillation process and attributes of Remy Martin’s premium brand.
You will receive an etched Edesia logo Riedel glass with admission. Edesia will be a feast that its namesake, the Roman Goddess of fine food and drink, would envy.
Make it a safe and worry-free event
Luxury transportation is available from Absolute Prestige Limousine Service
All proceeds benefit the Marillac Clinic.
Marillac is a community clinic providing high quality health care to uninsured Mesa County residents with low and moderate incomes. It has been serving the community for 25 years.
Sponsored by Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health Systems, Marillac was founded by a group of dedicated healthcare professionals and community leaders in 1988. Over the years, the Clinic has grown into the strong and diverse organization it is today, serving thousands of Mesa County residents every year.
Marillac Clinic offers a wide range of health care services, including: Medical, Dental, Optical, Medications, MAP Program, and Integrated Mental Health Care. While Marillac is not a free clinic, it is designed to serve low and moderate income, uninsured and underinsured individuals and families, who pay a portion of the cost of their care. A sliding scale fee structure makes access to quality health care affordable for those who otherwise would have nowhere to turn.