Wine Tasting Association

10625 North Tatum Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85028 Directions
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Report | 2 years ago
The wine class, not a tasting, was an excellent presentation with great info for a novice like me. The down to earth tips answered a lot of questions and takes the fear from purchasing less expensive wines

From Our Editors and its founder, wine expert and PBS television host Mark Phillips, enlighten budding oenophiles on the intricacies of wine tasting through a variety of media, including online classes, events, Phillips' book Swallow This, and his TV show. His sundry lessons teach devotees valuable vino insights, such as how to get wine to the right temperature, the differences between glass types, and when it's OK to drop ice cubes into glasses of white. Phillips approaches each lecture with a comedic, unpretentious attitude, ensuring that patrons can easily bolster their knowledge of the subject without having to bribe wine-bar waiters.

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Phoenix enjoys about 300 days of sunshine a year, which has helped it to balloon into the sixth-largest city by population in the United States. It's also one of only 12 US cities with at least four major sports teams: the Arizona Cardinals (NFL), the Phoenix Suns (NBA), the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB), and the Phoenix Coyotes (NHL). For those who would rather play sports than watch them, the city is home to hundreds of golf courses, many of which could prove distracting to golfers due to the unobstructed mountain vistas in the distance.

Though the topography of the Phoenix area is all desert, it's by no means desolate. Camelback Mountain is a designated city park area with scenic trails that wind past boulders and red-sandstone formations; climb to the very top for a view of the entire city. Or hit the themed trails at the Desert Botanical Garden filled with southwestern flora such as huge sonoran cacti and other moisture-hoarding succulents. Either way, plan hikes in the early morning or twilight hours to catch the most stunning sunlit views and stay cool.

When the sun is at its hottest, take cover in one of the city’s many waterparks. Big Surf in neighboring Tempe lays claim to North America’s first wave pool, Waikiki Beach, a 2.5 million-gallon pool that drenches swimmers with a wave every three minutes.

For an in-depth look at the cultures of Arizona’s indigenous population, browse the 12 exhibition galleries and sculpture garden at the Heard Museum. The collection’s nearly 40,000 pieces of art range from 500 Hopi katsina dolls to a full-size Pueblo oven. In nearby Scottsdale, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West was the renowned prairie-style architect’s winter home as well as a campus for his architecture school. Lesser-known local works can be viewed each month during First Friday art walks through the downtown galleries.

Phoenix’s arts culture is also quite audible: Symphony Hall is home to an orchestra, a youth symphony, a ballet company, and a metropolitan opera. Rock, country, and indie-music venues also pepper the metropolitan landscape, including the Sail Inn, which boasts both an indoor stage and an outdoor, open-air amphitheater.

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