Wine Tasting Rooms & Bars


Wine tasting in Sedona is all about experiencing AZ wine country firsthand. Check out these Sedona, Arizona wine tasting events and wineries. Enjoy a variety of local Sedona wines and vintages from all over AZ wine country in wine tasting rooms, wine stores, local wineries and on Sedona wine tours. Get insight from local AZ wine country experts, who'll customize your tasting experience with everything from a one-on-one tasting to group tastings and Sedona wine tour Jeep excursions. End a day of red rock hiking with one of the best nightlife activities... enjoying Sedona, Arizona wine tasting surrounded by great ambiance, terrific wine selection and local flavor.

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1. Pillsbury Wine Company Tasting ...

  • (928) 646-0646
  • 1012 North Main Street
  • Cottonwood, AZ
  • 86326
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2. Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery

  • (928) 649-0290
  • 1555 North Page Springs Road
  • Cornville, AZ
  • 86325
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3. Page Springs Cellars

  • (928) 639-3004
  • 1500 North Page Springs Road
  • Cornville, AZ
  • 86325
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4. Granite Creek Vineyards

  • (928) 636-2003
  • 2515 N Road 1 East
  • Chino Valley, AZ
  • 86323
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5. Caduceus Cellars

  • (928) 639-9463
  • 158 Main Street
  • Jerome, AZ
  • 86331
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6. Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery

  • (928) 649-2651
  • 1565 North Page Springs Road
  • Cornville, AZ
  • 86325
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7. Cellar 433

  • (928) 634-7033
  • 240 Hull Avenue
  • Jerome, AZ
  • 86331
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8. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards

  • (928) 639-2789
  • 1023 North Main Street
  • Cottonwood, AZ
  • 86326
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9. Alcantara Vineyards

  • (928) 649-8463
  • 6400 East Thousand Trails Road
  • Cottonwood, AZ
  • 86326
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10. Cellar Dwellers Wine Company

  • (928) 649-9135
  • 1941 Peregrine Lane
  • Clarkdale, AZ
  • 86324

SEDONA CABINS & BED AND BREAKFASTS

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SINAGUA?

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PET-FRIENDLY SEDONA

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