Beer, Wine & Spirits in Tucson Estates

Up to 46% Off at Zarpara Vineyard

Zarpara Vineyard


$36 $20

Taste a variety of wines, such as sauvignon blanc, sangiovese, and viognier, before grabbing a bottle

Up to 54% Off Wine Tasting for 2 or 4 in Sonoita 

Arizona Hops and Vines


$40 $19


Guests sample six vintages & nibble on artisanal goat cheese at cozy, family-run winery

Up to 53% Off Wine-Tasting Packages

Wilhelm Family Vineyards


$52 $25

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

40% Off Wine Tasting at Sonoita Vineyards

Sonoita Vineyards


$20 $12

Staff member guides guests through several wine tastings at the state's oldest continually operating winery

Up to 76% Off at Red White & Rawhide

Red White & Rawhide


$100 $29

Enjoy live music, beer, wine, and margarita tastings, and a souvenir glass at a Fourth of July beer festival with fireworks

Up to 53% Off Blue Collar Beerfest & Backyard BBQ

Blue Collar Beerfest & Backyard BBQ

Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse

$80 $39

Mix of craft and domestic beers at six-hour beer festival with roller derby; admission includes 20 beer samples

Up to 50% Off Beer Tasting at Sleepy Dog Brewery

Sleepy Dog Brewery


$26 $16

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

Distillery Tour and Tasting at Arizona Distilling Co

Arizona Distilling Co


$20 $13

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

50% Off Urban Beer Scavenger Hunt

Wild Goose Chase

Uptown Tavern

$50 $25

Goose Island Beer Company sponsers a beer-drinking scavenger hunt, in which teams of two race through Denver in search of five golden eggs

Select Local Merchants

As the oldest continually operating winery in Arizona, Sonoita Vineyards has had plenty of time to hone its craft. Its enduring success is partly due to its hillside location, which, although lovely for humans, is even better for grapes. Nestled on a south-facing slope, the 30 acres of vineyards are protected from much of the area's harsh weather and supplied with plenty of water by root-guarding berms. This setting has proven ideal for 10 varieties of grape vines, whose fruit becomes Sonoita Vineyards' 12 wines and whose stems and leaves go back into the soil to fertilize more grapes. These vintages include crisp, sparkling whites and an earthy blend of merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and syrah grapes. Perhaps the popular vintage is the cabernet sauvignon, which is so celebrated that it's been served at a presidential inauguration gala and used to christen every new vice president.

The flavor profiles of these wines come to life during staff-guided group tastings and wine flights in the tasting room. These tastings aren't the bar's only attractions: the wine-production facilities are visible from the bar, and visits during the late-summer harvest season provide a glimpse into the winemaking process as it happens. Meanwhile, an outdoor portico offers a space for picnics and views framed by mountain ranges.

290 Elgin Canelo Rd.

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

Inside Jerry’s Cigars opulent, inviting store and lounge, rows of name-brand cigars in wooden boxes peek through glass cases as customers relax in large black easy chairs, sampling smokes and playing cards. A neon-lit Jerry’s Cigars sign and several flat-screen televisions line the high ceilings above cases stacked neatly with pipes and accessories, and a ventilation system efficiently disperses smoke clouds, preventing unexpected Gorillas in the Mist re-enactments.

4433 N 1st Ave

Wine Depot opens its cellar doors just once a week, at which point vinophiles can pour inside to peruse rare, handcrafted, Old World German wines in more than 30 varietals. Wine Depot's oldest supplier boasts a start date of 1464, back when grapes were new to the planet and thought they'd never experience the fate of raisins. The specialty store's mammoth cellar maintains a proper storage temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit, ensuring all 20,000-plus bottles ($14–$600, $20–$30 on average) stay tasty and fresh. Sips range from crisp, mineral-forward pinot grigios to richly tannic cabernet franc, and semisweet and dry rieslings lend classic German tastes to atypical German breakfasts made of pizza puffs. To aid patrons in decision making, the experienced staffers at Wine Depot host a schedule of free weekly wine tastings, each offering samples of five handcrafted wines.

3840 E Grant Rd

Lima native Don Pedro conceives a menu of authentic Peruvian dishes, many of which are tinged with an American twist. The papa rellena starter kicks off meals with an ensemble of seasoned beef, eggs, and raisins stuffed inside a potato and festooned with a ten-gallon hat of criolla salsa ($5.99). Warmed up appetites can plunge into a lineup of entrees such as lomo saltado, an enticing union of beef, chicken or shrimp, onions, tomatoes, and french fries ($10.95–$11.95), or the seafood jalea dish, which converges in a Bermuda triangle of fried fish, shrimp, and calamari ($13.99). Glasses of sweet moscato wine ($5), bottles of XX Lager ($4), or chalices of margaritas ($5.50) accompany bites, dousing fiery flavors along temperate tongues. During dessert, the smooth aromas of algoarrobina ice cream ($4.99), made from a coffee-like syrup culled from the carob tree, filter sweetly through the dining room like the air kisses of a Liman grandmother.

3386 S 6th Ave

Though online reviews are still growing for CataVinos Wine Shop & Tasting Room, five Yelpers award the store a perfect five stars.

3063 N Alvernon Way