Sprucing Up Tombstone
ocals and tourists are getting excited for the 1st Tombstone Wine Celebration taking place October 6th and 7th.
John Kovacs, owner of Sandor Vineyards out of Pearce, AZ has footed the bill for paint and labor to spruce up the city park. Also helping with the park is Tami Long, Daryl Long, Spike Livingston and John S. Johnson.
So far, the group has been painting the fence and gates and will be painting the light poles along the sidewalk and the gazebo.
“I want to thank all of these kind folks for their willingness to come in and donate their time and money to paint and clean up the city park for their upcoming event,” said Mayor Escapule.
The Tombstone Wine Celebration will provide an excellent opportunity to sample High Lonesome Vineyard wines as well as wines from Sandor Vineyards, Aridus Wine Company, Kief Joshua Vineyards, Four Tails, Laramita Cellars, Golden Rule Vineyards, and Silver Strike Winery. Learn about new and exciting varietals from the experts in a relaxed celebration setting.
The Tombstone Wine Celebration will be in the Tombstone City Park (corner of 2nd Street and Allen Street) and is sponsored by Tombstone Forward.
The Celebration will take place on October 6-7, 2018 from 10am to 5pm daily. Tickets are available at the entrance for $15. You will get a commemorative wine glass and 5 wine sampling tickets. An additional 5 sampling tickets can be purchased for only $10. Must be 21 years of age or older to sample the wines; ID required. This event will take place RAIN or SHINE. DJ will provide the entertainment. Mario’s Bakery Café will have a booth set up selling some of their excellent sandwiches as well. Contact Tombstone Forward (520) 457-3707 for more information.
Photo courtesy of Tombstone News. Article written by Samantha Nicholas and first published in Tombstone News 9-28-18.