Sip, eat, dance & have a darn good time.
The wine will be flowing at the Willcox Wine Country Spring Festival from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 18 – Sunday, May 19.
From just a little more than 250 attendees to more than 5,000 people, the festival continues to expand every year.
This season, there will be 18 Arizona Wineries, five live bands, more than 60 art and craft vendors, as well as multiple food venues.
To put the festival’s growth in perspective, Fodor’s Travel has it listed as one of the top 10 wine festivals in North America.
Wine-tasting tickets range from $20 – $45 per person — depending on the type of experience you’re looking for. Either way, everyone attending the festival will get a commemorative glass.
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- Aridus Wine Company
- Arizona Stronghold Vineyards
- Birds and Barrels
- Bodega Pierce/Seaculum Cellars
- Caduceus Cellars and Merkin
- Carlson Creek Vineyard
- Chateau Tumbleweed
- Copper Horse Vineyards
- Coronado Vineyards
- Deep Sky Vineyards
- Golden Rule Vineyards
- Keeling Schaefer Vineyards
- Kief-Joshua Vineyards
- Page Springs Cellars
- Pillsbury Wine Company
- Southwest Wine Center
- Zarpara Vineyard
Also happening at the festival:
- On Friday, May 17, an inaugural Willcox Wine Country Awards Dinner will be held to recognize the best wines made with Willcox grapes.
- The Art League of Willcox: Art Show and Sale is happening on Saturday and Sunday at Studio 128, which is adjacent to the Willcox Historic Theater.
A Willcox Historic Theater fundraiser is being held on Saturday at Windmill Park for wine, appetizers, and a seat at the “Pokémon” movie.
The Willcox Wine Country Spring Festival will be held at Historic Railroad Avenue Park, which is located at 157 N. Railroad Ave., Willcox, AZ 85643. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit willcoxwinecountry.org.