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Wine Gone Wild

Help raise money for Reid Park Zoo as you sample drinks from many wineries, distilleries, and distributors.

March 27, 2017

Upcoming Events

What: Wine Gone Wild
When: Friday, April 7, from 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Where:
Reid Park Zoo, 3400 E Zoo Ct, Tucson, AZ 85716
21+ event

There’s nothing quite like wine-ing for a good cause! Join Reid Park Zoo’s efforts to raise money for the animals as you make your way through the zoo after hours whilst sampling a variety of wines and spirits from various wineries, distilleries, and distributors. There will be yummy food morsels as well to help wash down the drinks and live music to accompany your journey through the many wildlife exhibits.

Your ticket will include samples from:

Bear Track Bistro & Winery
Golden Rule Vineyards
Hamilton Distillers
Kief-Joshua Vineyards
Lightning Ridge Cellars
PRP Wine International
Rancho Rossa Vineyards
Sonoita Vineyards
Zarpara Vineyard

Your ticket also includes:

A commemorative wine sampling glass.
Activities and animal encounters.
Samples of delicious food.
Wine glass painting with Creative Juice.
Sample from POPPED Artisan Popcorn.

The cost for this event is $65 per person, $55 per member, or $25 per designated driver. Get your tickets here.

This year the zoo is offering a “Winos for Rhinos” VIP Package, which includes the unique opportunity to meet one of Reid Park Zoo’s rhinos and learn about the conservation efforts for rhinos the wild. You may even be able to give them a scratch! Package includes everything above plus a commemorative “Winos for Rhinos” t-shirt and bottle of wine. The Early Access VIP Package will allow you to enter the zoo at 5:30 pm to begin your rhino experience.

$120 VIP “Winos for Rhinos” VIP Package
$150 VIP “Winos for Rhinos” with early access to the event at 5:30pm

Day of the event pricing: $70 per person; $60 per member; $25 per designated driver. Tickets are limited, reserve yours today! Ages 21+ only (no children), with ID. No exceptions.

Header image by Jeff Smith from the article “Hot Optimism” in our November/December 2013 issue.







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