Jean-Pierre and Denise Moullé bring tastes of France to the culinary stage.
Flying Leap Vineyards and Amalour are serving wine and mini pies.
The bistro will continue serving wine and cheese on weekends.
One stop leads to 20 Arizona wineries.
Downtown restaurant one of only a couple in Tucson to offer its own wine.
Flavors, events, traditions: We share why fall is a season to be savored.
No Kill Pima County and CataVinos Wine Shoppe team up for this fabulous fundraiser designed for wine lovers next Sunday, Sept. 7.
The area wine industry celebrates the 2014 harvest.
But monsoon storms could still have an impact.
No Kill Pima County is having a “Drink Wine for No Kill Pima County” fundraiser from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at CataVinos Wine Shoppe & Tasting Room, 3063 N. Alvernon Way.
Five Tucson-area Fry’s Food stores are adding sampling privileges to their liquor licenses, joining a growing number of supermarkets that invite shoppers to sip some wine.
A selection of wines from Arizona Vinyard east of Nogales.
Southern Arizona winemakers started harvesting their red wine grapes this week after waiting out heavy late monsoon rains that threatened to kill the fruit’s sugar levels and wreck havoc with bunch rot.
The circa 1915 popcorn wagon sold for $374,000 in a recent Gooding and Company auction at Pebble Beach, CA.
WILLCOX - Arizona's newest custom crush facility will process between 170 and 200 tons of grapes this fall, making it one of the largest commercial winemaking facilities in the state.
Vintner Rob Hammelman, who owns Sand-Reckoner Vineyards in Willcox, will be lead winemaker at the Aridus Wine Company, above. Aridus owner Scott Dahmer says he expects to process some 200 tons of fruit this year from at least 10 Willcox-area wineries.
Above, the hand-cranked wine press that Hammelman uses in his own Sand-Reckoner winery.
An exterior shot of the Aridus Wine Company in Willcox. It's a re-purposed apple warehouse. Inside, the Diemme crusher-destemmer set up on the crush pad can process as much as 4 tons of fruit at a time.
Scott Dahmer and his wife, Joan, invested $5 million to renovate and equip a 32,000-square-foot apple warehouse in Willcox into a state-of-the-art crush facility and a special bottling machine.