Posted By Tammy Emineth @ Jan 25th 2017 1:14pm In: Local

The Top Three Wineries You Won’t Want to Miss in Sedona

While you might not have a winery on your wish list when searching for a new home, it is a huge bonus when you just so happen to stumble upon the perfect winery only right next door. It’s these unexpected surprises that can help make a house a home and a neighborhood a community. For those of you who are lucky enough to call Sedona and the surrounding areas your home, you are able to experience and discover multiple great wineries to help satisfy your weekend tasting or even offer you a much-needed nightcap to the end a long and exhausting work day. While each winery has its own unique charm, each and every one of these wineries has something new to offer and many feature live music, events, and even the possibility to watch wine being bottled and labeled for sale. While there are many wineries in the area, there are three that take the cake and have made our list for the wineries you need to be sure to visit, including Page Springs Vineyard & Cellars, Burning Tree Cellars and finally, Javelina Leap Vineyard, Winery & Bistro.

  1. Page Springs Vineyard & Cellars:

From Wine Flights, library wines, tours of the Vineyard, live music, continual specials and an impressive tasting menu, Page Springs is a winery you can easily fall in love with. Page Springs’ tasting room is constantly filled with new activities and events to ensure you always have something new and fun to attend and enjoy.

  1. Burning Tree Cellars:

Located in Old Town Cottonwood only minutes from Sedona, you can find boutique wines that use only the finest available ingredients. Burning Tree’s wines are proudly part of a small special local Cellar and will never be found in any large supermarkets. To find a delicious one of kind wine, be sure to stop by Burning Tree Cellars and enjoy some live music while you’re visiting.

  1. Javelina Leap Vineyard, Winery & Bistro

Enjoy this family boutique winery that boasts award-winning Arizona wines. Located only minutes away from Sedona, this short drive is worth the trip. A huge event that should be on your calendar is the opportunity to watch the wine being made including the picking of grapes, destemming, fermentation, pressed, aged, bottled and finally labeled. Harvest season is from August to October so mark your calendars and make your way over for an experience you will fall in love with.

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Now that you have had a small taste of which wineries should be added to you “must visit” list, the only questions remaining is which you will visit first. With the comfort of home so close by, pack a bag, hop in the car, and enjoy a day and/or evening sipping wines and touring the beautiful facilities that bottle each individual wine. The area of Sedona is sprinkled with so many places to explore and discover, they key is to simply open the door and begin your adventure of discovering them.

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