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Category: Winter 2012

VAGABONDING LULU: WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS STAYS IN VEGAS

SIN CITY FOR WINE LOVERS: By Stacey Wittig, Travel Writer   I just returned from Las Vegas and although I cannot reveal all that...

Grape Varieties of Interest: Notes from Kent Callaghan, an Arizona Winemaker

Arizona enjoyed a fabulous and large harvest in 2012. This year also gave growers and vintners a first or second crop of many new varieties...

Featured Winemaker: Eric Glomski of Page Springs Cellars

Mary Shelly never said how long it took Doctor Frankenstein to create his monster. But considering all the weird science at play, it’s...

Bringing it Home… to Coronado Vineyards

I became enchanted with wine while spending time in Argentina with my husband, Mark, who was there on business, consulting about pistachio...

Home Winemaking: Fermentation Temperature – Theory, Practice and Divination

After speaking with numerous amateur and professional winemakers, combing through mountains of graduate biochemistry thesis papers and...

A Lifetime of Wine Hobbyist Profile: Ray Lo Tempio

“Would you like to open something?” Ray asked. I could barely contain my enthusiasm, you see, I was surrounded by over a thousand...

Grape Perspectives: Arizona Wine and the Grape American Road Trip

Wine is produced in all 50 states and I have had a sampling of them all. Okay, maybe not wine from Alaska, so let’s leave it at 49. Some...

Arizona Wine Enchants in Sedona

Always ranked among the top destinations in the nation, Sedona’s Enchantment Resort, nestled in Boynton Canyon amongst the red rocks, is...

Happy Hour Highlight – Bourbon Steak

Article & Photos by Christina Barrueta Relaxing at one of Arizona’s beautiful resorts immediately transports me into vacation mode....

Arizona Vines & Wines Page Springs Cellars Cover Photo Contest

This past quarter, Arizona Vines & Wines hosted its first ever cover photo contest! Traditionally our covers represent the featured...