Arizona is home to more than 83 licensed and bonded wineries located in three distinct areas throughout the state. Arizona’s high desert produces a climate similar to that of California wine country. The Sedona area elevation and climate contribute to the success of growing grapes. The desert heat is required for sugar production and the cool nights are important for acid retention. The temperature change allows grapes to develop unique complexity and character. In addition to quaint wineries, the Sedona area is known for its stunning array of red sandstone formations throughout beautiful evergreen trees. The formations appear to glow a brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The Red Rocks form a breathtaking backdrop for visitors, artists, hikers and wine connoisseurs.
Some of the area wineries include:
We believe in the high-elevation growing regions of the Southwest and think wine has something to teach us if we're willing to listen. We're grateful to be part of this evolving industry and to finally be free to do this our way.
The historic D.A. Ranch is a small, family-owned vineyard, working ranch, and special event destination located in the heart of the Verde Valley. With a 100-year history, there's so much to discover, from our lush grounds to our 100% estate-grown wines.
Based in Cottonwood, this full production winery includes a tasting room and Tuscan architecture
JAVELINA LEAP VINEYARD AND WINERY
Owners Rod and Cynthia Snapp hand craft superlative wines on this 10 acre estate vineyard in beautiful Page Springs.
PAGE SPRING CELLARS
Featured in the documentary Blood Into Wine, Page Springs Cellars owner Eric Glomski painstakingly creates some delightful wine blends at this picturesque full production winery nestled next to Oak Creek.
OAK CREEK VINEYARDS AND WINERY
Established in 2002, Oak Creek Vineyards produce some of the area’s best selections including some outstanding dessert wines. The vineyard and inviting tasting room are located in Page Springs.