Wineries & Wine Tours
Sedona - and surrounding areas Page Springs and Cornville - are the beating heart of Arizona's wine country. High altitude, rich volcanic soil and weather that swings from hot, dry summers to August monsoons to cool nights and mild winters make it ideal for growing big, jammy reds like Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet as well as Chardonnay that can compete with any Napa white.
Wine tasting in Sedona lets you experience Arizona wine country at some the finest Sedona, Arizona wine bars and wineries, even overnight hotel wine packages. As the epicenter of Arizona wine country, Sedona offers a tremendous opportunity for tourists and locals to taste some of the country's best wines right here in one place. In fact, the Wall Street Journal recently acclaimed Sedona and the Verde Valley as an emerging hotspot vying for Napa-like status¹. Enjoy local Sedona wine tasting in the city's wine bars and on Sedona winery tours. You're sure to succumb to the romance of these Sedona, Arizona wine bars and wineries in Sedona for their great ambiance, romance, fun and of course, wine.
1. Sedona Wine Adventures
We offer 4 very popular Sedona wine tasting tours along the Verde Valley Wine Trail. We visit the Page Springs vineyards & historic Jerom... More
2. Sedona Jeep & Wine Tasting Com...
3. Alcantara Estate Vineyards Tast...
THE TABLE AT JUNIPINE - SEDONA'S NEWEST BEST PATIO DINING
The Table at Junipine Resort is a whole new experience. Enjoy delicious food in a gorgeous setting tucked into the woods of Oak Creek Canyon...
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SEDONA, AZ WEATHER
Check out the weather conditions before you come. And in case you're wondering, there is no bad time to have a Sedona, AZ vacation.
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VORTEX & SPIRITUAL HEALTH
Treat yourself to a relaxing massage or seek spiritual guidance from an intuitive healer. Sedona offers many physical and spiritual healing opportunities. See Spiritual Health »
SEDONA FOR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE LOVERS
Sedona has some of the most scenic mountain biking trails, rock climbing routes and refreshing swimming holes in the great Southwest.
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