This post takes us out of the East Valley and up to Prescott, about 2 ½ hours north of our part of town. I was fortunate enough to be in town when Prescott Winery opened in September of 2015. This is Prescott’s first wine tasting room and I fell in love with it!
With a quaint, boutique feel, the entire staff makes you feel welcome and at home. During the warmer months, Prescott Winery offers a pet friendly patio as well! This is a must if you have ever visited Prescott – residents take their dogs everywhere!
Along with either wines by the flight, glass, or bottle, you can enjoy a light snack as they offer small and larger cheese trays complete with nuts, crackers, dried fruit, and of course a nice variety of cheeses.
During the weekend following Thanksgiving, we visited Prescott again and spent Saturday in town exploring the shops, walking around, and getting ready for the town’s Annual Holiday Light Parade which takes place at night. That was the perfect day for us to make another trip to Prescott Winery. Upon arrival, we once again enjoyed friendly service, delicious wine, and tasty snacks.
My personal favorite is Alias – this is a full bodied Arizona Red Blend that doesn’t disappoint. Prescott Winery is also offering classes periodically such as wine pairing and is actively involved in the events that happen around Downtown Prescott.
Prescott Winery is located at 216 North Alarcon Street and offers tasting room hours on the weekend. You can learn more about their winery and specific hours of operation by visiting their website here. If you do stop by, I hope you’ll tell them The Bubbly Hostess sent you! Cheers!