Spring Heritage Pecan & Wine Festival
March 17-18, 2018
Annual Spring Heritage Pecan & Wine Festival
Largest Wine-Tasting Event in Arizona’s Wine Country
75 E. Holloman Street
Camp Verde, AZ
Local wineries, Camp Verde Pecans, Canoe & Kayak Racing, Archaeology Fair, Fort Verde State Historic Park
Spring Heritage is a two-day festival celebrating the springtime beauty of Northern Arizona, the Verde Valley’s rich Native American history, the largest original historic fort in Arizona, and the one-of-a-kind Wild & Scenic Verde River–the last river in Arizona to flow year-round for its entire length. This event is for all-ages, with live music, 40 vendors, and activities for kids on the Community Field, in Camp Verde’s historic downtown.
Celebrate Spring Heritage Pecan & Wine Festival with us!
Verde Valley Wine Festival
May 12, 2018
We’re back! The Verde Valley Wine Festival will return to downtown Clarkdale in the Clarkdale Town Park on Saturday, May 12, 2018, beginning at 11am for VIP Early Admission and Noon for General Admission. This is Northern Arizona’s premier Wine and Culinary festival of the year, presented by Four Eight Wineworks featuring wine and beer tastings, food, live music and family fun.
The event highlights the community of Clarkdale and the Verde Valley at large with the goal of offering the finest Arizona wineries, breweries, spirits and restaurants committed to creating homegrown products for locals and visitors to enjoy. VIP experiences, guest viticulture lecturers, live music and fun will enhance the festival experience as well.
We’re partnering with local nonprofits. This year, a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales for the event will benefit The Clarkdale Foundation’s philanthropic programs and the Arizona Vignerons Alliance.
Prescott Fine Arts & Wine Festival
May 12-13, 2018
The Festival is held on Mother’s Day Weekend every year, which makes it a wonderful destination event for Mother’s Day! Come experience a beautiful weekend under the shade of the big trees of Prescott’s Courthouse Square.
In addition to spectacular collectors’ artwork, the Festival presents an Arizona wine garden and marketplace featuring ten of Arizona’s finest Vineyards & Wineries. Each day guests can purchase their wine tasting tickets and receive their souvenir wine glass.
All proceeds will benefit the Mountain Artists Guild. There is also a variety of delicious food, packaged cottage edibles and prepared gourmet delights from surrounding restaurants. Located along Montezuma Street and Prescott’s infamous Whiskey Row, haunt of the Earp brothers and Doc Holliday, the Festival site is within easy walking distance of restaurants, parking and both modern and historic hotels. This event attracts people from all over the country who enjoy fine art and wines.