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What pairs well with a warm, sunny afternoon and a breathtaking view of Arizona’s beautifully rugged scenery? A glass of locally made wine, of course. In Arizona’s high deserts, three major grape-growing regions have taken root – Sonoita, Willcox, and Verde Valley. Since the 1970s, these locally made wines have earned international acclaim, won numerous awards, and have even been served in the White House. Touring Arizona’s three wine trails is an excellent opportunity to get outside, sip a fabulous wine, and admire the stunning vistas.
Click the image to the right to download our latest Arizona Wine brochure, Savoring Arizona, and get started exploring the state's burgeoning wine regions.
Learn more about Arizona’s wineries and vineyards and find maps of the three major wine trails at Arizona Wine Growers Association. For maps of the state’s wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms, check out the following links: