Published in the Discover Southern Arizona — 2013-14 magazine! – Page 54!
Captured at Charron Vineyard.
Charron is one of the oldest vineyards in southern Arizona. The soil, lay of the land and an altitude of 4200 feet with warm days and cool nights makes it a perfect vineyard location.
Arizona is becoming known for its wines. I took this photo in one of the many vineyards in Sonita and Elgin, Arizona. Situated in the mile-high rolling grasslands of Southeastern Arizona, surrounded by the Huachuca, Whetstone, and Santa Rita Mountains, is a virtually undiscovered wine-growing region with soil so rich, it rivals that of Burgundy, France. The rows of vineyards that produce award winning red, white, and blush wines interrupt the oak glades and yucca patches native to the area, creating breathtaking views that make this a one-of-a kind wine tasting experience.
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