Sip & Swirl at Grapes to Glass: Maynards Market & Kitchen’s Inaugural Art & Wine Festival Happening This Saturday

 

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Tucson, AZ (August 24, 2015) Tucsonans can sip Arizona wines while helping the Local First Arizona non-profit whose mission is to promote, support, and celebrate a vibrant and sustainable Arizona economy. The inaugural event hosts local artists and local wineries from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 12 at Maynards Market & Kitchen located in the historic train depot. Tickets include eight samples of wine, a commemorative wine glass guests will actually want to keep, a wine yoke, and snacks for only $35 a ticket, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Local First Arizona. In addition to the non-profit, Maynards has invited Village Bakehouse Breads and Alfonso Olive Oil to host their Artisanal Bread Bar.  What would a wine event be without cheese? Fiore di Capra completes the bar with their locally-crafted cheese.

Grapes to Glass hosts a relaxed atmosphere of afternoon wine sipping, taking in the local art, and enjoying live music. Those brave of feet can enter the grape stomping competition, inspired by the famous I Love Lucy episode. Guests will also get a sneak peak of Maynards’ second edition private label wine, AZ Red Malbec Blend at the festival.

The nine Arizona wineries attending:

·         Golden Rule Vineyards

·         Sand Reckoner

·         Flying Leap Vineyards

·         Carlson Creek Vineyards

·         Wilhelm Vineyards

·         Kief-Joshua Vineyards

·         Zarpara Vineyard

·         Maynards Market & Kitchen

·         Keeling Schaefer Vineyards

 

Some of the local artists on the docket:

·      Danny Martin

·      Bobby Long

·      Hotel Congress Employee Art Exhibit

·      Sonoran Glass School

·      Creative Juices Wine Bar

·      Donovan White

Maynards is leading the charge in keeping it local by supporting their community including their membership as a Sustaining Member to Local First Arizona, the largest coalition of small businesses in the nation. It’s not just produce and products that Maynards keeps local, as they introduced their first private label wine in February.  For more information regarding the event and tickets please call 520-545-0577 or visit https://maynardstucson.com.

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