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Annual Arizona Wine Festival Expects 32 Local Wineries

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Meet Arizona’s very own winemakers at Festival at The Farm

Arizona Wine GrowersPHOENIX – The Arizona Wine Growers Association will host 32 local wineries/vineyards at this year’s Festival at The Farm, on Saturday, November 15, 2014.

Shake hands with and drink the wine of Arizona’s own winemakers in the picturesque setting of Phoenix’s historic The Farm at South Mountain this fall. There will be 32 local wineries/vineyards in attendance pouring some of their finest wines. These wineries/vineyards represent growing regions from the Verde Valley in the north, Sonoita and Elgin in the south, and Willcox in southeastern Arizona.

For only $75 ($65 pre-ordered tickets), participants will receive a commemorative Festival at The Farm wine glass with the opportunity to taste as many wines as they choose from noon until 5:00 p.m. The local wineries/vineyards pouring at this year’s Festival include:

Alcantara Vineyards, Aridus Wine Company, Arizona Stronghold Vineyard, Bodega Pierce/Saeculum Cellars, Burning Tree Cellars, Caduceus Cellars, Callaghan Vineyards, Carlson Creek Vineyard, Cellar 433, Chateau Tumbleweed, Coronado Vineyards, Dos Cabezas WineWorks, Flying Leap Vineyards Inc., Freitas Vineyard, Golden Rule Vineyards, Grand Canyon Cellars LLC, Hannah’s Hill Vineyard, Javelina Leap Winery, Keeling Schaefer Vineyards, Kief-Joshua Vineyards, Lawrence Dunham Vineyards, Lightning Ridge Cellars, Oak Creek Vineyards, Page Springs Cellars, Passion Cellars, Pillsbury Wine Co., Sand-Reckoner Vineyards, Sierra Bonita Winery, Sonoita Vineyards, Su Vino Winery, Wilhelm Family Vineyards, Zarpara Vineyard.

Learn more about each of these local wineries and get your Festival at The Farm tickets by visiting our website: www.arizonawine.org and http://www.azwinefestivalatthefarm.com.

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