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Wine in the Woods

Many regional Arizona wineries will convene in one place for you to sample some of their delicious wines during Wine in the Woods!

Enjoy tastings paired with incredible samplings of regional cuisine, among the lush scenery of The Arboretum at Flagstaff’s gardens and forests.

The 2018 featured wineries and restaurants are:

Page Springs Cellars | The State Bar | Gallifant Cellars
Caduceus/Merkin | AZ Stronghold | Oak Creek Vineyard
Su Vino| Grand Canyon Winery | The Oddity Wine Collective
Del Rio Springs | Carlson Creek | Friends of the SW Wine Center
Wil’s Grill | Merkin Vineyards Osteria | 3’s in the Trees | Desirable Desserts

Wine in the Woods – Tickets Are Required

$35 General Public Pre-sale/ $50 at the door
$30 Members Pre-sale / $40 Members at the door
(prices include 8 tasting tickets to the wineries and restaurants, and a commemorative Wine in the Woods wine tasting glass)

NEW VIP SECTION! $60 Members/$70 General Public (No day of VIP sales.)
VIP guests receive: VIP onsite parking. Separate entrance. VIP section with exclusive seating. Wine and Food pairing. No lines for tickets or wine!
(VIP prices include 10 tasting tickets to the wineries and restaurants, and a commemorative Wine in the Woods wine tasting glass)

2018 BRINGS:  MORE WINERIES . MORE FOOD . MORE GARDENS

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Ramada Stage
11:30-1:30 – Opus ONA
2-4 – Sky Conwell

Main Stage
11-12  – Sky Conwell
12:30 – 2:45 76th Street
3:00 – 5:45 LoBros Band

21 AND UP EVENT ONLY.

About The Arboretum at Flagstaff

At 7,150 feet in elevation, The Arboretum at Flagstaff is a unique destination with a unique mission, specializing in plants native to the Colorado Plateau and Northern Arizona.

The Arboretum is home to 750 species of plants in greenhouses, gardens, and natural habitats–located on 200 acres deep within the Coconino National Forest.

Once the home of founder and philanthropist Frances McAllister, The Arboretum today houses horticultural collections and rare plant specimens nestled among historic buildings in a natural setting.

Marianne Davis :