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Taste wines from 12 Arizona wineries, listen to live music and enjoy the festive, family atmosphere at this annual wine event where two-person teams compete in a grape stomp for various prizes, including airlines tickets to a select destination.
The Bistro at Kokopelli Winery in Chandler
Wine Makers Dinner: Raise a glass to the new year with a four course dinner, wine pairings and a champaign toast at Kokopelli Winery and Bistro, where live music from Brio Flamenco accents the evening.
Taste barrel-drawn wines and compare them to bottled selections. Live jazz and blues music throughout the weekend, along with a New Orleans style menu. MLB Hall of Famer Rollie Fingers will be in for bottle signings.
Italian-American Festival: The event includes Italian food and wine, a bocce ball tournament, live music and a display of Italian-made sports cars.
DETAILS >> 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Kokopelli Winery, 35 W. Boston St., Chandler. Free admission; food and drink prices vary. (480) 792-6927 or www.kokopelliwinery.net.
Meatballs and mafia music will take center stage this weekend at Kokopelli Winery & Bistro’s annual Italian-American Festival in downtown Chandler. The three-day event runs 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free.
Kokopelli Winery & Bistro holds its annual Krush event this weekend in downtown Chandler. In celebration of the grape harvest, two-person teams will compete in crushing grapes with their bare feet.
The Bistro at Kokopelli Winery will close on May 26, with plans to re-open in September as Crust.
Kokopelli Winery promises a hot time this weekend, and it’s not talking about the Valley’s scorching temperatures. The downtown Chandler winery and bistro is playing host to its annual Latin Rhythm Festival, a two-day celebration of Latin music and food.
A new Kokopelli Fresh Mexican Grill will open at 4015 S. Arizona Ave in Chandler on Dec. 9. Kokopelli was founded in Phoenix in 1997 and serves Sonoran style Mexican food.
Numerous varieties of wine are seen at the Kokopelli Winery in Chandler.
Celebrate your Italian heritage or the one you wish you had Jan. 25-27 at the 8th annual Italian American Festival at Kokopelli Winery and Bistro in Chandler.
Chef Peter Georges at the Bistro at Kokopelli Winery in Chandler prepares a turkey panini, one of the restaurant’s most popular sandwiches.
At last week’s Kokopelli Krush celebration in Scottsdale, Cheri Anderson grabs an armload of grapes to drop in the barrel where her husband, Matt, waits to stomp them.
WIDE SELECTION: Ellen Goldstein of Florida checks out a couple of bottles of Chardonnays from Kokopelli Winery in Chandler on Wednesday.
Stan Sorenson, right, will play with other musicians 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. April 5 at Kokopelli Winery & Bistro and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. April 6 at La Stalla Cucina Rustica as part of the Chandler Jazz Festival.
WELCOME HOME: Steve Collins runs the Kokopelli Group Home in Mesa. He is critical of the city’s plan to regulate group homes, making them harder to operate in Mesa. Parolees and recovering drug addicts “have to live someplace,” Collins says.
During last year’s Kokopelli Krush, Samantha Cornell, left, and Megan VanDerzee trained for a marathon, which they say may have given them the endurance to win the top prize.
Scottsdale roommates Megan VanDerzee and Samantha Cornell don’t mind purple feet or sticky clothes.
October 22, 2004
Anyone interested in trying their hand, or foot, at crushing grapes the old fashioned way will have their chance as the Bistro at Kokopelli Winery in downtown Chandler, 35 W. Boston St., kicks off its third annual Kokopelli Krush festival today.