Sedona Winefest to Return With a 2-day Celebration  

The Sedona Winefest has plans to the red rocks with a 2-day celebration this fall. The event is planned for Sept. 25 and 26, 2021, at the Sedona Posse Grounds Park. The festival will feature 28 Arizona wineries, music and food trucks.

On Saturday, attendees can enjoy an outdoor painting demonstration. Live music from the band The Sugar Thieves will be featured on Sunday. The festival runs both days from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. “Wine, art and music lovers come from across the state to join us for this weekend among the red rocks, as there is truly something for everyone to enjoy,” said Sedona Winefest founder, Sandy Moriarty.

Participating wineries include:

  • 1764 Vineyards
  • Alcantara Winery
  • Arizona Stronghold
  • Birds and Barrels Vineyards
  • Bodega Pierce
  • Burning Tree Cellars
  • Caduceus Cellars Carlson Creek Vineyard
  • Copper Horse Vineyard
  • Cove Mesa Vineyards
  • Da Vines Vineyard
  • Del Rio Springs Vineyard
  • Four Tails Vineyards
  • Heart Wood Cellars
  • High Lonesome Vineyard
  • Laramita Cellars
  • Merkin Vineyards
  • Najar Cellars
  • Oddity Wine Collective
  • Page Springs Cellars
  • Provisioner Wines
  • Salt Mine Wine
  • Southwest Wine Center
  • Su Vino Winery
  • Twisted Union Wine Co.
  • Village of Elgin
  • Winery 101
  • Winery 1912

The following food trucks will be in attendance at the festival: Wild Stampede, Merkin Gelato Truck, Malta Joe’s Baked Goods and Funky Pita.

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time online for $35, or can purchased at the event for $40. Admission includes six wine tasting tickets and a commemorative glass, as well as other events. Non-wine drinkers will be charged a general admission fee of $10 for festival access. Kids under the age of 18, accompanied by an adult, receive free entry. Additional wine tasting tickets will also be available for purchase at the event.

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