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Discover Wine in Arizona

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Some say Sonoma, others say Sedona. Arizona might not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of a wine-forward vacation, but Sedona — and the nearby Verde Valley — have become hot spots for the state's growing wine culture.

Winemaking in the Verde Valley dates back to the 17th century, but it's only been on the wine connoisseur's radar in the last decade. From your home base at Hyatt Vacation Club Sedona, Piñon Pointe, it's easy to make a day of wine tasting in nearby Cornville or Cottonwood — both are in close proximity to the resort.

Cornville

D.A.Ranch Lodge & Estate Vineyards

This country estate brings Napa Valley charm to the Southwest, with towering oak trees, rolling vineyards, and a serene natural lake. The wraparound porch is one of the most relaxing spots in the area to enjoy a wine tasting of cabernet sauvignon, petite syrah, or a refreshing Seyval blanc.

Page Springs Cellars

Complete with a full-service patio restaurant overlooking the vineyards, Page Springs Cellars is the perfect place for a wine-paired lunch. On a warm day, opt for a chilled flight of five whites, or indulge in a reserve flight with a mix of reds and whites.
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Cottonwood

Alcantara Vineyards

This family-owned winery offers tours and tastings of their 17 varietals. For a different spin, try the Water to Wine kayaking tour on the Verde River, which ends with a stroll through the vineyards and a tasting.

Arizona Stronghold Vineyards

One of the most respected Arizona wineries, Arizona Stronghold Vineyards produces wines that showcase the high-elevation desert terroir. Enjoy a flight in the tasting room or on the relaxing garden patio.

Merkin Vineyards

Owned by Maynard “MJ” Keenan — lead singer of rock band Tool — this vineyard is the ideal place for a wine-paired dinner. With a focus on Spanish, French, and Italian varietals, the wines are created from Merkin's 110-acre estate vineyards. Keenan's father farms the produce used at the restaurant, which specializes in antipasti, house-made pasta, and gelato.

Pillsbury Wine Company

Owned by filmmaker Sam Pillsbury, this winery focuses on Rhône-style varietals. Pillsbury is committed to producing wines that come only from grapes that they grow and ferment with wild yeast to better reflect the terroir. If you're in luck, Sam will be behind the bar in the tasting room.

Carlson Creek Vineyard

This multigenerational winery is one of the largest vineyards in Arizona. The winemakers focus on Rhône-style varietals with a South American flair. In the tasting room, you can sample the award-winning wines, often with a backdrop of live music.
Most of the vineyards are part of the Verde Valley Wine Trail, which offers a wine passport that you can have stamped at the various tasting rooms to win prizes. No matter the vineyard, you're sure to gain a new perspective on Sedona through its grapes.
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