Time to Savor Arizona Art, Arizona Wine and Arizona Craft Beer
What’s a Best Fest without a little fine art and wine, and a craft beer or two?
Best Fest Art Show & Arizona’s 100 Best.
Arizona’s 100 years is also the perfect opportunity for this fabulous array of artists to gain their own historic exposure among patrons new and old. Live demonstrations are also a part of this imaginative show.
Arizona Wine Garden & Arizona Wine Growers Association.
What’s more perfect than raising a glass to Arizona’s 100th birthday with an Arizona-grown-and-cultivated wine. The fresh, growing industry is gaining global critical acclaim. Several Arizona wines have been served in the White House, and more than 20 wines from eight Arizona wineries have scored at least an 88 rating from Wine Spectator. In a recent blind taste test featuring several high-profile judges, Arizona wines beat out noted wines from around the world, grabbing three of the top five spots in both red and white competitions. Best Fest delivers a singular opportunity to Arizonans and visitors alike to experience the best from Arizona wineries. Meet vintners in person, taste their works, even purchase a bottle or case or two. Purchase a commemorative Centennial glass from $10 to $15 and receive five tasting tickets. Swirl, sip, enjoy, courtesy of the Arizona Wine Growers Association.
An Arizona Craft Beer Showcase.
Amidst the fine wine and art will be, of course, a respite for the beer connoisseur as well. The best of Arizona’s rapidly growing craft beer industry will be on display and visitors, in a fashion similar to the wine-tasting, can taste award-winning pale ales, high-octane IPAs or even a smooth porter or two laced with caramel malt. The varieties are sure to quench thirsts. Place these flavors against the backdrop of the sights and sounds during the Arizona Centennial and this has all the makings of one refreshingly historic beer-tasting event.