rtWineAArizonai. Oct. 20 – 6:00 pm till 9:00 pm – Chamber of Commerce Wine Benefit Dinner – Details and Location TBD
Sat. Oct. 21 – 11:00 am till 5:00 pm – Wine Festival – $35 per person pre-sale / $45 at the gate. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass and ten tasting tickets.
Sun. Oct. 22 – 11:00 am till 5:00 pm – Wine Festival – $30 per person pre-sale / $40 at the gate. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass and ten tasting tickets.
Featuring 16 of Arizona’s best wineries along with over 30 non-winery vendors including fine arts, artisan foods, vintage vendors, and non-stop entertainment along with 2 food trucks.
Participating Wineries (Tentative):
- 1764 Vineyards
- Birds & Barrels Vineyards
- Bodega Pierce
- Carlson Creek Vineyards
- Copper Horse Vineyard
- Coronado Vineyards
- DA Vines Vineyard
- Golden Rule Vineyards
- Keeling Schaefer Vineyards
- Page Springs Cellars
- Pillsbury Wine Company
- Soaring Wines
- Strive Vineyards
- Vino Stache
- Zarpara Vineyard
ABOUT WILLCOX WINE COUNTRY:
Willcox Wine Country is Arizona’s premier wine region. It is a wine region located in Cochise and Graham counties in far southeastern Arizona. The Willcox area leads Arizona wine grape production by growing 74% of the state’s wine grapes. Wines from the region and wines made with Willcox grapes have been highly rated by Wine Spectator, San Francisco Chronicle, tastings.com and the Arizona Republic.
The area includes the Willcox AVA (American Area), making it federally recognized as a unique and distinctive wine growing region in the United States. Willcox Wine Country features 14 tasting rooms, tours, locally grown and produced wines and the semi-annual Willcox Wine Country Festival (held in May and October), which has been rated by Fodor’s Travel as one of the top-ten wine festivals in North America. For more information visit www.willcoxwinecountry.org.
ABOUT THE CITY OF WILLCOX
At the Center of the Willcox Wine Country region, the City of Willcox is the historic, cultural, and economic hub of far southeastern Arizona.
Established as a Railroad terminal in 1880, Willcox became a small rural community supporting local Farms, Orchards, Vineyards and Ranches in a vast region of high-altitude basins and mountain ranges. Willcox is the hospitality gateway to Willcox Wine Country, the Chiricahua National Monument, Ft Bowie National Historic Site, and the Coronado National Forest. For more information visitwillcox.az.gov