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Arizona Hops and Vines

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dachrist wrote a review May 2020
Phoenix170 contributions90 helpful votes
Small winery is a unique experience and I wish I could come here more. Its whimsical. They have different wines every time, and it's nice inside and out. Its owned by 2 sisters and is a bit different than some of the others in pairings and their wines. I love coming here. They have some unique art on the walls and in their branding and the place is free-spirited and fun. Whimsical. Great service, with es and experience. Worth the visit. Hang out a bit. Try the cheese platter.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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B D wrote a review Mar 2020
Tucson, Arizona251 contributions70 helpful votes
This is a small winery owned by 2 women right off the hwy were wines are paired with different chips...yep! From different flavored potato chips to Cheetos! Keeping up with the unique pairings, the whole atmosphere of this winery is unique and eclectic. Seating is available inside and outside. Outside offers many photo opportunities, including a peacock, large metal heart for locks and a tree swing to name a few. This is a fun place to just hang out with friends and family.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Carol wrote a review Feb 2020
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We arrived not aware there was a festival ongoing. Looks like they were having a great time. We decided to visit another time, when it might be more quiet and easier to park. We drive a small motorhome, smaller than a dual tired pickup truck in width, but, a bit longer, still, only 25 foot long. We were instructed to drive out the one way road, with the little warning, it might be a bit narrow. It was, but, the real problem was the condition of the road surface. It was severely rutted, the ruts were so deep they threatened to take off our sewer system if we would have hit. If you are expecting a crowd, which they were, and you have a business that is basically farming, you must have access to equipment that would grade those dangerous ruts out. I don't blame the dude who was sipping his pretty red wine and directing traffic, he is not expected to know about low hanging sewer pipes. But, someone needs to grade those entrances. Sorry to say, we cannot take a chance like that again and will just have to find another winery to visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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05Phred2018 wrote a review Jan 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota32 contributions1 helpful vote
The winemaker paired the wines with different types of chips. Cheetos & Red - don't scoff until you try it. My wife enjoyed the wine enough to buy a bottle of Zinfandel to port home. The tasting room had very interesting art - check out the rest room. Outside was a menagerie of ducks and goats, but Frank the Peacock was the star of the show. He even spread his tail while we were there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Clifford K wrote a review Dec 2019
Fountain Hills, Arizona500 contributions122 helpful votes
Enjoyed a sort stop at this winery. No brew yet however. The wines were ok but none suited my taste buds exactly. Music good, servers nice, interesting decor.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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