There's something brewing in Tombstone, Arizona! A special project is about to be uncorked in the form of a wine-inspired community. If you've ever dreamed of owning a vineyard, you'll soon be able to turn that goal into a reality with new and improved sites now available.
Tombstone's main claim to fame is cinema, more so than Mourvedre, but all of that is about to change as the exciting 1881 Preserve breaks ground just one mile east of town. Creating an entire community on the 21,000-acre site, the developers have grown their vision over the years to highlight the burgeoning Cochise County wine region.
The land, which included the Chandler Milk Ranch, played a role in many of Tombstone’s historical events. In October 1881, Billy and Ike Clanton met up at the ranch before the gunfight at the O.K. Corral between the Clantons and the Earps, regarded as the most famous shootout in the American Wild West.