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2018 ARIZONA - JANUARY 2018
The festival is widely known as “…a Collector’s Paradise” TM as well as an upscale wine tasting event second to none. For $10, patrons will receive an engraved souvenir wine glass with six tasting tickets, providing a unique opportunity for wine tasting, fine art and live musical entertainment. Don’t miss the contagious energy from Flavour and surround yourself with fine art at the Surprise Fine Art & Wine Festival! The festival will take place at the Surprise Recreational Campus, on Bullard Ave and Paradise Lane. Hours are 10am to 5pm each day. Admission is $3.00 and parking is free all weekend.
January 19-21, 2018 25th Annual Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festival
This festival is widely known as “…a Collector’s Paradise, TM” as well as an upscale wine tasting event - second to none! Since 2012, Aridus has become Arizona’s largest custom crush facility. Utilizing the highest-quality red and white grape varietals, Aridus crafts its proprietary label that rivals the deep colors, rich aroma and complex flavors of the finest artisanal wines. AZ Wine Cellars was founded in 1991, on fertile, high-desert land north of Wilcox, Arizona. The owners worked with a seven-generation French wine making family to create their uniquely southwestern wines. Cellar 433’s owner John McLoughlin has over three decades experience from dirt to bottle and his renegade wine-making style has originated a family of wines ranging from the approachable to the esoteric. All are evocative of Arizona’s unique terrain and oblige the wine drinking pleasure of novice and connoisseur, alike. King Frosch’s followers call them “the no-headache" wines. They specialize in all-natural wines with no artificial additives and the lowest sulfite and histamine levels. Schlossadler International has been importing fine wines from family owned vineyards from around the world since 1979. Their vast selection allows attendees to choose from dry to extremely fruity, red to sparkling, with wines from Argentina to New Zealand.
January 20-21, 2018 AZ Vegetarian Food Festival
Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater. Food & Drink; Speakers; Entertainment.
January 27-28, 2018 Arizona Wine Growers Grand Wine Festival
The Festival celebrates the best in Arizona’s four wine growing regions. More than 30 wineries will be pouring over 150 wines. The festival offers wine tasting and sales by the glass, bottle, and case. Other programming includes music, wine seminars, a small selection of vendors, and an auction on Saturday. Located in the Lath Pavillion at Heritage Square, festival hours are 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
January 31-February 2, 2018
Cattle Industry Annual Convention & NCBA Trade Show
National Cattlemen's Beef Association. The largest, most advanced trade show for the cattle industry, with over 250 companies in attendance.
January 13-15, 2017 2nd Annual Sculpture & Wine Festival
Fountain Hills, Arizona
Thunderbird Artists. Patrons will be awestruck by the beauty of strolling through the stunning juried sculptures, comprised of bronze, stone, copper, clay, wood, metal, glass, gourd, steel, found objects and mixed media. Patrons will savor the delightful and relaxing ambiance of sipping fine wines while listening to musicians and admiring the stunning array of small, medium, life-sized to even monumental sculptures. Thunderbird Artists’ has partnered with top wine experts to judge and select the finest wines across the nation. Thunderbird Artists juries the artists and trusts their wine associates to select superior wines from throughout the global market. Oftentimes the wines available for tasting at the festivals are those unattainable in the open market.
January 27, 2017 Chocolate and Wine Experience
At Saguaro Scottsdale. Chocolate and wine, an indulgent combination of flavors and sophistication, takes center stage. Hosted by the Scottsdale League for the Arts, event highlights include 10 local chocolatiers, 10 local wineries, a chocolate lovers dream photo booth, chocolate painting, chocolate art displays, chocolate massages, local chocolate beers, chocolate fountain, wine tasting, wine glass etching and more. General Admission to the Chocolate and Wine Experience is $60. Admission is all inclusive and includes access to select museum exhibits, food, drink and access to all of the event activities.
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