Featured Arizona Wineries – 2017
Sedona Winefest is proud to feature some of Arizona’s finest wineries. Each winery offers a distinct profile of flavors specific to the region and vineyard where the grapes are grown. Surprisingly, Arizona’s climate has proven to be perfect for wine growers, as it rivals many of the historic vineyards locations in Europe. Wine experts from each winery will teach you about their offerings so you can select the wines best suited to your palate and the foods it best pairs with. September usually marks the end of harvest in the vineyards of Arizona, and is the ideal time of year to savor the unique tastes and aromas each winery offers.
Below are the wineries participatong in 2017. In total, 22 Wineries will share their wonderful wines with Sedona Winefest attendees.
Eric Glomski & Maynard Keenan purchased the historic Dos Cabezas Vineyards in early 2007 and renamed the Willcox vines Arizona Stronghold Vineyards. They believe the soils and climate at the vineyard stand up to the finest in the world, feeling strongly that their wines express, first and foremost, Arizona, and secondarily the grapes and hands of the vignerons involved. They believe that great wine doesn’t have to be expensive; it doesn’t have to be pretentious; and it doesn’t have to be hard to find. Their tasting room recently opened in Old Town Cottonwood in Northern Arizona.
Burning Tree Cellars specializes in small batch, meticulously maintained, boutique wines utilizing the finest available fruit sources, quality oak, and patience.Our wines will never be pushed through chain supermarkets or over marketed, but rather built through the power of suggestion and knowledge that we are all part of something special. These wines are, and always will be for each other, our families, and our friends.
Expression comes in many forms. Let ours be known as Liquid Love Letters & Time Capsules. Our mission at Caduceus Cellars is to accurately capture and bottle sunlight and fleeting moments from specific places. Your mission is to set them free. Our gift to you and yours. May these Liquid Love Letters & Time Capsules become the New Staff of the messenger Hermes, the Herald of Temporality and Transformation, Commerce and Communication, Eloquence, Intellect, and Change.
Carlson Creek Vineyard is dedicated to the production of fine wine from Arizona. We are family owned and operated. Although we are a young company, we are filled with a passion for the grape vine. Our vineyard’s elevation provides a perfect climate for growing wine grapes. Come and visit us in our new Willcox tasting room.
Cellar 433 is the home for all of the Arizona wines grown, produced and bottled exclusively by Winemaker and Vineyard Manager, John McLoughlin from Willcox, AZ. You knew us as Jerome Winery and Bitter Creek Winery. Now you can easily find the diverse single varietals and creative blends of Arizona wines you already know and love in one place.
Deb Wahl, owner of Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery has heard many times that “good wine grows on gentle slopes with a river nearby”, which is why her vineyard is located near beautiful Sedona, across from Oak Creek. In the higher elevations of the property, they grow Syrah & Merlot, and in the lower portion they produce Zinfandel & Chardonnay. They produce full-bodied flavorful reds and lean whites in small batches, giving individual attention to each barrel. Visit www.oakcreekvineyards.net to learn more!
At Page Springs Cellars and Arizona Stronghold Vineyards our goal is to create delicious wines that express the unique character of our landscape. We trust that our wines and our winemaking convey our philosophies concerning family, education and living life to its fullest. Good wine is not strictly the esoteric fare of nobility; wine is for the people.- Eric Glomski (founder/vigneron)
I am committed to making regional wines, wines from this place. We do not import grapes or wine. The wines we make at Pillsbury Wine Company come from this region, I know we can make phenomenal wines from this vineyard. The reds are distinctively fragrant, powerful and complex, and the whites have a unique viscous quality, with pronounced tropical fruit characters. I am partial to Rhone varieties, and want to plant Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Mourvedre, Malvasia and Viognier. One of my ambitions has always been to make a great Arizona Chateauneuf, and here we have what it takes.
Su Vino Winery, Scottsdale, is a family owned and operated winery located in the Arts District of Downtown Scottsdale. Su Vino is an award winning winery having garnered over 40 medals in International competitions and we are the first and only winery in the Scottsdale area.
Prescott WineryJust two blocks from Downtown Prescott’s famous Whiskey Row. Stop on in for a relaxed weekend afternoon or eveningand taste some of our amazing wines. 216 N. Alarcon St., Prescott, AZ 928.350.8467 Friday & Saturday: 1:00 – 8:00 Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 firstname.lastname@example.org