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.
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.”
Arizona wine wins locally and internationally!
In Arizona, it’s not unusual to end up talking to the wine-maker and owners of some of our state’s most fabulous wines.
Arizonans annually drink 19.2 million gallons of wine. In 2016, Arizona wine growers produced no more than 190,008 gallons. This means our local winemakers have the potential to crush a lot more grapes.
Today, we are told that Arizona’s wine industry generates $3.3 billion in total economic activity.
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