LDV Winery plans grand opening with wine tasting April 1 in Scottsdale

Posted 3/29/21

LDV Winery owners Curt Dunham and Peggy Fiandaca await the grand re-opening of their remodeled LDV Winery Tasting Room at 7134 E. Stetson Dr. in Old Town Scottsdale.

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LDV Winery plans grand opening with wine tasting April 1 in Scottsdale

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LDV Winery owners Curt Dunham and Peggy Fiandaca await the grand re-opening of their remodeled LDV Winery Tasting Room at 7134 E. Stetson Dr. in Old Town Scottsdale.

Beginning Thursday, April 1, they will unveil their new table service and wine flight program during Tasting Room hours, which are noon-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday; noon to 11:00 p.m, Friday and Saturday; and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, according to a press release.

The Tasting Room will observe social distancing and other health protocols as loyal, wine-loving patrons and guests will receive a more comprehensive and personalized tasting experience, the release said.

Additionally, the LDV Winery Tasting Room features table service throughout the new layout that includes indoor and patio seating. LDV’s wine concierges will bring wine flights to each party’s table and explain each pour.

The new wine flight program features light, medium and robust estate wines, stated the release, noting each with three varying samples for $15 each plus tax and gratuity.

To make table service reservations, recommended for parties of four or more, guests can call the Tasting Room at 480-664-4822.

For more information: ldvwinery.com.

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