Arizona State Fair in Phoenix, Arizona

Savor Sierra Vista

Enjoy a weekend discovering Sierra Vista’s extraordinary skies and uncommon ground. Climb one, two, or three peaks in the Huachuca Mountains in the Sky Islands Summit Challenge, then relax at the Wine and Beer Festival. Enjoy food, wine and music against a backdrop of the breathtaking Huachuca Mountains.

Wine, Beer & Spirits Festival, May 27, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Veterans Memorial Park. Receive a collectible wine glass with your admission! Stroll past food, art, and crafts vendors while sampling vintages from 12 wineries, 2 Distilleries, and 3 Brewing Companies on tap*:

Charron Vineyard
Zarpara Vineyard
Sonoita Vineyards
Bodega Pierce Winery
Pillsbury Wine Company
Golden Rule Vineyards
Keif-Joshua Vineyards
Rune Wines
Village of Elgin Wines, including Tombstone and Four Monkey labels
Hannah’s Hill Vineyard

Brewing companies on tap include:*
Barrio Brewing Company
Mother Road Brewing Company
Tombstone Brewing Company
*Subject to change.

Distilleries will include Elgin Distillery and Desert Diamond Distillery.

Music will be performed during the Festival. Pull up a chair (or bring a blanket) and enjoy music by:

Jacob Acosta Band, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
B&J Experience, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
People Who Could Fly, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Sky Islands Summit Challenge, May 27. Choose your challenge:
– One Summit: Carr Peak, (9,236 feet) -  Fee is $75
– Double Summit: Carr Peak and Miller Peak (9,465 feet) - Fee is $100
– Elite Triple Summit: Carr and Miller peaks, plus Pat Scott (8,517 feet) - Fee is $125
All Summit Challengers will receive a complimentary pass to the Savor Sierra Vista Wine & Music Festival, 2 beer tickets, a t-shirt, and other cool swag.


*Subject to change.



May 27, 2017 - May 29, 2017


Sierra Vista, AZ


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