Arizona wine Articles
Toasting 100 Years with Centennial Red and Cien Beer
It’s Official. We can toast Arizona Farm Bureau’s 100 years of existence with specially made wine and beer!
One Southern Arizona Farmer Creates the Best Pairing of Wine and Pistachios
Pistachio and wine-grape grower Jim Graham recently joined Arizona Farm Bureau on the Rosie on the House Show.
Three Reasons Arizona Wine is so Special
The 2020 Arizona agriculture wine grape harvest is kicking into high gear with some wine grapes already harvested.
We Were Local When Local Wasn’t Cool
And while local ag markets have had ebbs and flows, a resurgence of a broader local Arizona ag market took place in the early 1990s.
A Conversation with a Sommelier: Richard Poole
Wine can only get better as farmer entrepreneurs and scientists take a lot of the art and turn it into science.
Arizona Farm Bureau Sends a Letter to the Governor’s Office Advocating for Wine Tasting Rooms
Non-Essential Retail Agriculture Operations have been hurting like so many small businesses.
Viticulture Program Helping Ensure Arizona Keeps Making More Wine
With the affordability of in-state tuition at Yavapai College and the available learning resources, the Southwest Wine Center easily ranks as a top choice for students wanting an education in grape growing and winemaking.
Meet Arizona Agriculture’s Teeple Family
Teeple’s lavender has been identified by the plant experts as having some of the highest quality lavender in the world, in part, because of how well it grows in the high altitudes, known as high-elevation super lavender.
A Conversation about How to Celebrate Arizona Wine
Arizona Sommelier Valeree Halsey Ibarra suggests, “talking with a wine steward at your favorite retail stores or restaurants and have them suggest or guide your purchasing decisions based on your preferences and what kind of wine you gravitate towards.”