• Dos Cabezas WineWorks: Much more than wine-tasting
    Posted by at May 16th
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    A recent road trip to Sonoita Arizona made us realize a visit to a winery can add up to so much more than merely wine-tasting. It can mean relaxing on a storefront patio, viewing a gallery of art prints or shopping for olives, jams, honey, flour and T-shirts. One lingering, leisurely visit to this tasting room brought to us a sense of discovery… discovering another  part of Arizona’s cultural and physical geography, plus making new friends — all while sampling Arizona wines. The following photos represent additional ways to capture the complete experience at Dos Cabezas WineWorks:

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    Welcome the cool, southeast Arizona breezes through open patio doors

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    Peruse interesting art prints and unique pantry items

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    Gather with friends and family to sample some of Arizona’s finest wines

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    Shop for glassware and T-shirts in front of the winery’s main barrel room

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    Expect the unexpected — you’ll never know what goodies you may find at an Arizona wine tasting room…

    Remember: Sonoita Arizona is usually ten degrees cooler than Tucson and Phoenix metro areas.

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    Bio: One of Nancy Garrett’s favorite journalism jobs was as writer-editor-photographer for an Arizona travel magazine. She hopes to develop that same sense of passion with her blog, AZGetawayTravel, where she writes about her travel experiences, travel tips, recommended destinations, lodging and restaurants. She also shares travel deals. Destinations and evaluations are based solely on personal preferences. No free lodging, food or other gifts are accepted in association with her entries. Garrett, an Ohio native, moved to Arizona in 1978 and has lived in Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Show Low. She attended graduate school at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She and her husband have traveled throughout the United States and to Costa Rica, Mexico, Canada and the Bahamas.


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