Beer, Wine & Spirits in Arizona

Drinks and Charcuterie or a Taproom Experience for Two at Bad Water Brewing (Up to 45% Off)

Bad Water Brewing

Scottsdale

Visit the brewery where this special saison is produced while tasting beer and charcuterie; the taproom yields plenty of take-home swag

$20 $13

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Beer Tasting for Two or Four with Glasses & Flights of Four-Ounce Samples from Sleepy Dog Brewery (Up to 50% Off)

Sleepy Dog Brewery

Tempe

Great Arizona Beer Festival's People's Choice Award-winners pour samples of their craft beer in take-home pint glasses

$26 $16

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Two or Four Tickets to the Wigwam Harvest Wine Festival (Up to 46% Off)

Wigwam Harvest Wine Festival

Litchfield Park

Choose 15 wines to sample while listening to live music and enjoying the evening sky on the resort’s front lawn

$60 $35

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Wine Tasting Package for Two or Four at Wilhelm Family Vineyards (Up to 62% Off)

Wilhelm Family Vineyards

Elgin

Guests sample five wines and choose one to sip on in a take-home commemorativ wine glass; experiences include a chocolate & cheese plate

$52 $20

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Couples Wine-Tasting Package or Double-Date Retreat Package for Four at Passion Cellars (Up to 62% Off)

Passion Cellars

Multiple Locations

Sample Arizona-grown wines, including the fruit syrah, oak-barrel-fermented merlot, and cranberry-agave wine

$40 $17

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Wine Tasting with Souvenir Glasses for Two, Four, or Six at Oak Creek Vineyard and Winery (Up to 56% Off)

Oak Creek Vineyards

Camp Verde-Sedona

Varietals such as merlot, syrah, and chardonnay served in an adobe tasting room veiled by white curtains

$34 $17

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Brewery Tour and Tastings for 2 or 4 and Take-Home Glasses and 6-Packs at Old World Brewery (Up to 56% Off)

Old World Brewery

Phoenix

Tour this community-focused brewery and enjoy tastings of dark or red ale, blonde, and wit brews; take home glasses and 1 or 2 six-packs

$40 $20

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$45 for VIP Entry for Two to the Scottsdale Beer and Music Festival on November 15 ($90 Value)

Scottsdale Beer and Music Festival

Maya Day and Nightclub

Enjoy unlimited samples of over 40 local regional craft beers while local musicians and DJs add a fun soundtrack to the event

$90 $45

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Distillery Tour and Tasting for 2, 4, 6, or 10 at Arizona Distilling Co (Up to 56% Off)

Arizona Distilling Co

Tempe

During a one-hour tour of Phoenix's first whiskey distillery since prohibition, guests learn about the process and taste multiple samples

$20 $12

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Wine-Tasting Flights with Appetizer for Two or Four at Su Vino Winery (Up to 56% Off)

Su Vino Winery

Downtown Scottsdale

Winery dispenses tasting flights of award-winning wines alongside light appetizers such as caprese and warmed brie

$32.99 $15

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Wine Flights with Meat and Cheese Platter for Two or Four at Wine Warehouse (Up to 63% Off)

Wine Warehouse

Scottsdale

Enjoy a flight of wine & platter of artisanal meats and cheeses in space that at times resembles a warehouse, retail shop, and social club

$40 $15

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Wine Flight with Cheese & Pairings Plates for Two or Four at Vintner’s Circle (Up to 56% Off)

Vintner's Circle

Urban Winery Scottsdale

Each guest samples six 2-ounce glasses of wine, complemented by cheese and pairings

$35.98 $18

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WineStyles’ inspiration for its wine-tasting parties began, of all places, at a backyard barbecue. Some friends at the barbecue found themselves with too many bottles of wine. As an experiment, they decided to taste the wines blindly, so as not to be influenced by price or packaging. This impromptu tasting became the template for WineStyles, a boutique designed to help you choose a wine simply by taste. That is, wines here aren’t categorized by varietal or region, but instead by one of eight taste profiles: crisp, silky, rich, and bubbly for whites; fruity, mellow, bold, and nectar for reds. However, patrons interested in knowing more about their selected bottle can still do so—each bottle comes with a description of its characteristics and suggested food pairings.

Those looking to learn even more about wines can attend one of WineStyles’ weekly tastings or discovery classes. During these events, certified specialists explore everything from the history of different varietals to current trends in wine drinking, such as which wine goes best with texting. Different levels of wine-club membership give participants two to three bottles a month (each selected by a Masters Wine Panel), invitations to private tastings, and discounts toward additional purchases.

10625 N Tatum Blvd
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Charles Kendrick has been cooking since the 1960s, taking his fondness for traditional barbecue flavoring to the kitchen with his latest venture—Mr. K's Barbeque. Mr. K's serves a distinct style of patiently-smoked Tucson barbecue, in a market-style setting, that includes half-pound pork, beef, and chicken sandwiches in a tomato-based sauce and racks of ribs served simply in dry-rubbed tuxedos. The restaurant also offers catering packages that feature one, two, or three meats along with homemade sides.

4911 N Stone Ave
Tucson,
AZ
US

d'vine's wine club boasts a globe-spanning array of rare and celebrated fermented fruit nectar, giving new and seasoned oenophiles a heady taste of the world of wine and fine dining. In addition to free weekly wine tastings each Wednesday, club members score their choice of two bottles of wine every month from a rotating selection of two reds and one white, ensuring easy removal of accidental grape stains. The two bottles must be consumed at D'Vine, though any club member ambitious enough to want a third or more receives an additional 10% off their decadently Dionysian purchase. The wine bar's unpretentious staff fills members' minds with tantalizing wine facts and fills goblets with vintages that may include 2009 Isabel Mondavi I'M chardonnay or 2008 Rock & Vine cabernet sauvignon. Drinkers transform into diners when they activate members' 10% discount on meals from d'vine's vino-friendly menu of tapas, salads, grilled pizzas, and rotating specials.

2837 N Power Rd
Mesa,
AZ
US

The popular wicked roll hides a bundle of spicy crab, avocado, cilantro, and jalape?o topped with a sweet thai-chili sauce, and the truffle Hamachi pairs fresh yellowtail sashimi with white-truffle oil, cilantro, and sea salt. The kitchen also whips up a handful of eats other than sushi, including grilled chicken and vegetarian-friendly panko-crusted tofu with miso-butter sauce. Diners can pair their meals with sake, cocktails, beers, and wines poured at Rock Lobster?s bar or milked from a giant grape hanging over the restaurant?s entrance.

2475 W Queen Creek Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US

The meats of Mexican cuisine are as diverse as the colors of the rainbow, and Ta’Carbon strives to serve every one. Chefs load up the charcoal grill with familiar morsels of certified-Angus carne asada and barbacoa and pair them with specialty cuts such as lengua, cabeza, and tripa. These sizzling cuts then find their way into burritos, tacos, and dinner platters, which guests then customize at the salsa bar with a choice of red and green salsas, pico de gallo, and spicy vegetables according to their own tastes and the rules of upcoming fire-breathing contests. To crown meals, the chefs sling traditional desserts such as flan and stock a range of Mexican sodas. Guests can grab food to go at the walk-up counter, enjoy their meals outside on the patio, or stay for an imported beer and watch the HDTV plasma screen showing soccer matches or telenovelas about people watching soccer matches.

5834 W Camelback Rd
Glendale,
AZ
US

If the name 5th and Wine doesn’t give away the restaurant’s specialty, maybe the wine barrel guarding the front door might. Or possibly the selection of more than 40 wines available by the glass, including reds and whites from around the world and 5th and Wine’s very own sangria. Those libations––along with specialty cocktails such as a black-cherry manhattan or root-beer martini––complement a menu of seafood, steaks, and burgers made with beef, elk, and bison patties.

Inside the 60-seat dining space, arched beams frame the room and a chalkboard wall displays daily drink specials and upcoming sets from local musicians. In front of the floor-to-ceiling windows, comfy couches and chairs carve out a post-meal lounge area, along with a murphy bed for guests who know which window to punch. Additionally, a 40-seat tasting room indulges guests with red leather chairs and the aroma of an old-fashioned popcorn machine at work. Diners can also enjoy their meal on the courtyard patio where an awning shades meals during the day and strings of lights brighten up the night.:m]]

7051 E 5th Ave
Scottsdale,
AZ
US