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Verde Valley Wine Festival

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Verde Valley Wine Festival, Clarkdale, ArizonaSixteen Arizona wineries will participate in this year’s Verde Valley Wine Festival. It takes place from noon to 5 p.m. May 11, 2019, at the Clarkdale Town Park at the corner of Main Street and South 10th Street, downtown Clarkdale, Arizona.

These winemakers come from all three major regions of vineyards in the Grand Canyon state – the Verde Valley, Sonoita, and Willcox. Festival ticket holders will have the opportunity to taste samples of their 100% Arizona vintages, and also purchase bottles to take home.

This year’s participating wineries are:
Arizona Stronghold
Bodega Pierce
Burning Tree Cellars
Caduceus Cellars
Carlson Creek Vineyards
Callaghan Vineyards
Chateau Tumbleweed
Dos Cabezas
Four Eight Wineworks
Garage East
Heart Wood Cellars
Merkin Vineyards Tasting Room & Osteria
Oddity Wine Collective
Passion Cellars
Saeculum Cellars
Southwest Wine Center (Yavapai College)

In addition to the wineries, the Festival will showcase Arizona craft breweries and distilleries, including THAT Brewery of Cottonwood, Uncle Bears of Gilbert, OHSO Brewery and Distillery of Scottsdale, and Roger Clynes Mexican Moonshine Tequila of Phoenix.

Tickets are available online.

A portion of the proceeds from the Verde Valley Wine Festival will go to the Clarkdale Foundation and the Arizona Vignerons Alliance.

Now in its fourth year, the Verde Valley Wine Festival showcases wines, spirits, and food that are grown or produced in the State of Arizona. It’s sponsored by Four Eight Wineworks, Arizona’s only winemaking incubator.

(Photo courtesy of Verde Valley Wine Festival)

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