Sedona Wine – One Of The Best Growing Climates!
Arizona is the home of more than 83 licensed vineyards situated in 3 unique locations throughout the state. Arizona’s high desert creates an climatic environment much like that of the wine country of California.
Sedona’s location, altitude and climatic environment add to the success of growing very ripe grapes. The high desert provides the warmth that is needed for sugar formulation and production as well as the importance of dry evening temperatures are very important for acid retention. The temperature level modification permits the grapes to create special character for its specific climatic conditions. Sedona has one of those very unique growing conditions that allows for the special production of grapes to be made into wine.
Along with Sedona’s culturally characteristic vineyards, Sedona’s location is understood for its magnificent range of red soils of which these vineyards reside. With great climatic conditions, the dry desert environment and the unique red soil, this brings about a wine that is very unique to Sedona and to wine lovers alike. If you are going to visit Sedona, enjoy some of the wine and go on a wine tour. You will enjoy wines uniquely grown in Sedona.
Sedona Area Wineries
Page Springs Cellars
Great wine Blends at Page Springs Cellars next to Oak Creek. Page Springs is a very inviting vineyard to visit.
Based in Cottonwood. This winery includes a tasting room and rustic Tuscan architecture. Definitely a vineyard visit.
Javelina Leap Vineyard and Winery
Javelina Leap Vineyard is owned by Rod and Cynthia Snapp. Their superlative wines have a hand craft essence to them. Located in scenic Page Springs on their 10 acre estate vineyard.
Oak Creek Vineyards and Winery
Oak Creek Vineyards was established in 2002. With an inviting tasting room, Oak Creek Vineyard noticeably produces the area’s best selection of wines and dessert wines. Oak Creek is a vineyard to check out.