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Celebrity Winemaker Festival

Submitted by on July 10, 2011 – 10:00 pmNo Comment

Those wily folks in Arizona will do anything to lure you to the Grand Canyon state in the dog days of summer, but (fortunately) this is an event that takes place inside. A Celebrity Winemaker Festival is set for the weekend of July 22 through 24, 2011, at the Arizona Biltmore, 2400 East Missouri Street, Phoenix, Arizona.

Road Trips Foodies will want to buy a $135 ticket for all the events, including “Bubbles, Baubles and Bon Bons” (the opening reception with sparkling wines, cheese and chocolate tastings from local purveyors), plus two wine education classes, a grand tasting, winemaker dinner and “farm to fork” brunch. (There’s a package including a stay at the Arizona Biltmore available, too.)

Can’t make it then? This is just one of the events at this summer’s Hollywood & Wine celebration at the Arizona Biltmore, running now through Labor Day weekend.

As they explain it: “Hollywood celebrities have made their mark in the world of wine. Be they Oscar Winners, Bond Girls, Icons, Divas, Policemen, Material Girls, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famers, Race Car Drivers, Golfers, or Quarterbacks, they all have one common bond: Winemaker. Celebrity winemakers come in many varieties with some being oenophiles dedicated to their pursuit of fine winemaking while others are showcasing their brand on another vintner’s wine. In celebration of Hollywood & Wine, we bring to you rock stars, actors, and athletes turned winemaker and showcase their premier vintages.”

Who could resist? Oh, sure, it’s hot in Arizona in the summer but…it’s a dry heat!

(Photo courtesy of the Arizona Biltmore)

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