TOMBSTONE, Ariz. /New York Netwire/ — The inaugural 2013 Tombstone Festival of the Vine(TM) brings award winning Arizona wineries to the ‘town too tough to die.’ During the first weekend in November, the 2nd and 3rd, 2013, eight Arizona wineries, including Tombstone Wine Works, come to the most famous town in the Old West to pour wine, entertain tasters and showcase some of the finest wines in Arizona.
The Tombstone Festival of the Vine(TM) will take place on November 2 and 3, 2013 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., at a cost of $18 per person over 21. Anyone under 21 enters for free; food and non-alcoholic beverages are available at additional cost. Entrance at the 15 North Fourth Street location, right next to famed Schieffelin Hall, gets you 10 samples, a wine glass and all the event festivities.
Over 40 wines will be available to sample and purchase, from the Tombstone Wine Works, Kief-Joshua Vineyards, Su Vino Winery, Bitter Creek Winery, Cellar 433, Wilhelm Family Vineyards, The Village of Elgin Winery, and Kokopelli Winery.
Further information can be obtained by calling Gary on 520-224-4892, emailing gary[at]tombstonewinery.com or visiting http://tombstonewinery.com/ .
Tickets may be advanced purchased over the phone. Tombstone Wine Works is located 65 miles southeast from Tucson heading east on I-10 take exit for Arizona Highway 90 and head south until you come to the intersection of Highway 82, then left. Continue on Highway 82 until it dead ends into Highway 80, turn right then 3 miles to the town of Tombstone, turn left on 4th Street and the winery is on the left.
Arizona’s most famous town is now Arizona’s newest wine destination. Come enjoy wine, food, fun and folks in the town too tough to die.
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