Finding a good wine club outside of the main wine producing states of California, Oregon and Washington State can become more of a challenge, but staying local and then being a bit creative can lead to some so called diamonds in the rough. Outside of your local wineries (which you should absolutely join their wine clubs, for the special events if nothing else) I'd look to Arizona for new wine clubs to join. It's an interesting choice I know and many people associate Arizona's climate with only desert, but there are regions of the state capable of growing good wine. One of those areas is Wilcox Arizona, or more accurately the mountains around Willcox which have sufficient altitude to keep temperatures more moderate during the summer growing months and still high enough to benefit from some of the cool breezes coming from even higher mountain ranges close by, like those around Flagstaff.
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