I discovered Arizona wineries several years ago. They are all over the state. The ones in Northern Arizona center around the Verde Valley. The ones in Southeast Arizona are in Wilcox, and the Sonoita-Elgin region. I am most familiar with the ones in the southeast. Plan on taking two days to go wine tasting. From the B&B, Wilcox is about 50 miles south east on I-10. There are 8 wineries open in the Wilcox vicinity, 5 of which are close together in downtown Wilcox. Mike can tell you which ones to visit and which to avoid. I think he's been to all of them.
The Sonoita/Elgin area is about 30 miles south and a little west of the B&B on highway 82. There are 12 wineries open in the area and they are all rather close together. This trip I visited 3.
Debbie. It was a fun lunch. Debbie with the dark framed glasses is a fanatic 49er fan and has no use for Seattle and we heard all about it and it was very funny. She is the owner of the restaurant. The other Debbie has worked there for 30 years. When you have lunch ask them what the difference is between a toilet and a waitress.
I have been to Napa, Ca. many times and it is very nice and a lot of fun. However, it has gotten very crowded and expensive. Southern Arizona is not crowded, or expensive. The wine is excellent. It is easily accessible and dining opportunities are very good.
To promote the Arizona wine industry there is a Wine Travel Card that gives discounts on purchases at wineries throughout Arizona. It also gives special offers and event invites to cardholders. Information on this card can be found here. http://az.winetravelcard.com/purchase/product/1
Photo credit for the Double D's goes to Mike Hug.