A Taste of Tucson

The desert beckons and a cache of wineries lies nearby
Tim Fish
Issue: May 31, 2011

For food and wine lovers seeking refuge from the cold and damp, Tucson is a first-class desert destination, with one Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning restaurant wine list, three Best of Award of Excellence restaurants and 10 Awards of Excellence. And if Palm Springs or Scottsdale offers a bit more cachet, the only real difference is in your wallet. Tucson serves indulgence in a range of prices. Wine Spectator associate editor Tim Fish explains.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 26, 2011.

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