Red wine amongst the red rocks of Sedona some say it can’t get any better. One way to enjoy both will be on September 23rd and 24th at the 14th Annual Sedona Winefest at Sedona Posse Grounds Park. The two-day festival brings together more than 20 award-winning Arizona wineries along with locally made beers & spirits, live music, food trucks and artisan vendors.
“This festival continually brings in wine lovers from across the nation and is a huge draw for the city that celebrates a myriad of things that makes Sedona such a unique destination,” said Sedona Winefest Founder Sandy Moriarty. “We look forward to making this year better than ever and enjoying all that Sedona has to offer in a setting unlike any other.”
Who will be pouring at Sedona Winefest
Sponsored by the Arizona Office of Tourism and Verde Valley Wine Consortium will be from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Wineries from Arizona’s three growing regions will be represented with several of the winemakers in attendance. Wineries pouring include Arizona Stronghold, Cove Mesa Vineyards, Alcantara and Page Spring Cellars. For the first time non-wine drinkers can enjoy beers & spirits from That Brewery, Diamond Distillery, Elgin Distillery and Seedlip will be pouring non-alcoholic cocktails. Malta Joe’s, Merkin Kebab, Batchelor’s Pad BBQ will have food trucks on site for food purchases and local artisan food makers will be sampling their goodies. Dance the day away with DJ Pablonius Funk and Moon Tsunami on Saturday and The Naughty Bits on Sunday.
Sedona Winefest early bird tickets are on-sale for $35 and get full festival access, a commemorative wine glass and 8 tasting tickets. Day of tickets at the door will be $45 and non-drinkers can get General Admission tickets for $10. Kids under the age of 18 with an adult get in free.