Hidden Gems: Wineries Near Sedona
Wine lovers get your palate’s prepped – you will not be disappointed on your next visit to Sedona. While it might not be known as a wine destination, Sedona and northern Arizona can certainly hold its own when it comes to great local wine.
On your next visit to Sedona with your loved ones (or wine-loving friends) check out some of our top picks of great local wineries near Sedona.
Page Spring Cellars (Cornville)
With a picturesque location along Oak Creek, tucked into the scenic volcanic landscape, the family owned Page Spring Cellars is a local favorite. Page Springs Cellars Vineyards & Winery offers weekly winery tours, a tasting room, and a small (but mighty) kitchen cooking up a selection of gourmet foods. The tasting room even has live music every Friday and Saturday evening and Sunday afternoons.
At L’Auberge, we are pleased to have a partnership with Page Spring Cellars in offering one of their private label wines (which will soon be available for in-room purchases.)
Learn more: pagespringscellars.com
Javelina Leap Vineyard and Winery (Verde Valley)
Verde Valley’s Javelina Leap Vineyard and Winery is an excellent spot where you will find a wide selection of Arizona wines. This boutique winery is family owned and operated, with a fully functional vineyard and winery processing approximately 60 tons of Arizona grown grapes. With an assortment of international award winning wines, Javelina Leap Vineyard will not dispappoint. Enjoy a tour or simply relax with a glass of vino in the private garden or Arizona room while enjoying artisan cheese platters or a number of other delicious snacks.
Learn more: javelinaleapwinery.com
Four Eight Wineworks (Camp Verde)
In reference to the country’s 48th state, Four Eight Wineworks is Northern Arizona’s first wine makers Co-Operative. The winemakers at Four Eight Wineworks are driven to make their mark in Arizona’s fledgling wine region. With a tasting room in Downtown Clarkdale, there are a number of events taking place regularly and this is a great way to taste some of the region’s up-and-coming wines before they gain notoriety.
Learn more: four8wineworks.com
Alcantara Winery (Cottonwood)
This popular Cottonwood winery has one of the largest vineyards in Northern and Central Arizona. Take a tour or unwind and enjoy the beautiful weather – there is a good-sized outdoor seating area with a very relaxing ambiance. For $10, you can taste five wines and take home a souvenir. Regular vineyard events feature the winemakers as well as local musicians.
Planning on driving? Make a day of it and stop in Jerome and explore this unique mountainside town with a fascinating history.
Learn more: Alcantaravineyard.com
L’Auberge is the perfect place to return to after a day of wine tasting in Northern Arizona. Learn more about things to do in Sedona or book your next Sedona vacation today at lauberge.com.
Posted: October 6, 2015
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