Wine and Food

Alcantara Vineyards, the first winery on the Verde River is one of the largest vineyards in Central and Northern Arizona. Make it a day trip from the Phoenix or Scottsdale area. Check our Arizona winery tours and tasting with an outstanding selection of wines, made right here in Arizona. Visit us and see what its all about.

Our vineyards have over 19,000 vines and offers 12 different varietal’s. Come and try our red and white wines, that will transform your taste buds into the relaxing world of wine tasting. Enjoy our surroundings which include the Verde River running around our property, with bald eagles flying overhead. Feel free to sit and relax inside or outside and try our tasty food from our executive chef, Vince Amodio!

Arizona StrongholdArizona Stronghold - Uniquely Arizona – Our wines reflect our appreciation for the uniqueness of the Arizona earth and the characters that these locations lend to the finished product. We believe that the soils and climate at the vineyard stand up to the finest in the world, feeling strongly that the wines express, first and foremost, Arizona, and secondarily the grapes and hands of the vignerons involved. Stop by our tasting room on Main Street in Old Town Cottonwood for great wines and good fun.

Javelina Leap WineryJavelina Leap is a family operated, premium boutique winery with award winning wines. Our winery is in northern Arizona’s Verde Valley only minutes away from Sedona in the small historic valley of Page Springs.Javelina Leap Winery processes approximately 44 tons of Arizona grown grapes equaling about 2600 cases of fine Javelina Leap Arizona wine. When you visit us, you will be sampling wines at a fully functional vineyard and winery. Enjoy a tour of the winery and barrel room while sipping your wine or relax in the Arizona room and private garden where we serve artisan cheese platters, deli meats and wines by the glass or bottle.

Oak Creek Vineyard & WineryThe Oak Creek Vineyard & Winery has been serving up fantastic area wines since 2002. Though we are expanding more and more every year, we currently have approximately 4,000 plants on just over ten acres. In the higher elevations of the property we grow Syrah & Merlot and the lower portion is reserved for Zinfandel and Chardonnay. The intense sunshine of Arizona helps the plants achieve the sugar content we expect, and we have found that the cold nights and warm days create a perfect environment for our varieties. The volcanically enriched soil of the dessert also enhances the stock to create a one-of-a-kind flavor unique only to this region, resulting in full bodied flavorful reds and crisp, lean whites. With an annual barrel count of around 750, production is in small batches, allowing us to give individual attention to each barrel.  Enjoy a wonderful selection of wines, cheeses, salami, and olives while relaxing in our newly renovated tasting room, which is now open daily, 10AM-6PM.

Sandys Produce

 Sandy’s Produce, a place where growers large and small can list what is seasonal, fresh and ready to harvest, and members of the community can support the people who keep farming traditions alive here in our own neighborhood.

 

 

 

Fire Mountain Wines

 

Page Springs CellarsPage Springs Cellars – We are a family owned vineyard and winery tucked into the volcanic landscape overlooking pristine Oak Creek in Cornville, Arizona. Come visit our tasting room just 15 minutes south of Sedona, and experience a true taste of Arizona. Whether you are a wine novice or aficionado, our experienced staff can suggest tasting flights from our extensive wine menu to delight your palate. Page Springs Cellars offers delicious Rhône style Arizona wines, gourmet food selections and breathtaking views.

Pillsbury Wine CompanyPillsbury Wine Company is committed to making regional wines, wines from this place. We do not import grapes or wine. The wines we make come from this region and are phenomenal wines.  The reds are distinctively fragrant, powerful and complex, and the whites have a unique viscous quality, with pronounced tropical fruit characters. I am partial to Rhone varieties, and want to plant Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Mourvedre, Malvasia and Viognier. One of my ambitions has always been to make a great Arizona Chateauneuf, and here we have what it takes.

Verde Valley Wine ConsortiumIf you are coming to the Verde Valley, you need to taste the wines. Start first here, the Verde Valley Wine Consortium, to get your bearings and find the wineries you want to visit. Wines in the desert Southwest are a special experience you have to try.

 

Sedona Farmers MarketSedona Farmers Market

Summers – Fridays 8am-11.30am
in Tlaquepaque / Creekside (until Oct. 11)

AZ Oranges & Apples, Hot Apple Cider, Pecans, Goat Fudge, Goat Cheese, Chicken Eggs, Emu Eggs & Products, Duck Eggs, Honey, Bee Pollen & Wax Beets, Beet Greens, Turnips, Speckled Romaine, Red Romaine, Arugula, Jerusalem Artichokes, Spinach, Carrots, Parisian Carrots, Radishes, Squash, Onions, Rare Heirloom Greens – Shungiku (Edible Chrysanthemum), Yakina Savoy (Asian Green), Rapini (Italian green), Japanese, Black Spanish, and Daikon radish, Tuscan Kale Garlic, Chard, Jams & Jellies, Loaf Bread, shade-grown Direct Trade Coffee, Roles, Pizza Crust, Brownies, Frazier’s Fudge, Flourless Chocolate Cake, Polish (local) Sausages, Hand-made Pasta, Artichoke Garlic Hummus, Scissor and Small Tool Sharpening Service, Worm Castings,Worm Tea, Seeds Potted Chile Pepper Plants, Knitted Hats Tonics for Health & Energy, Goat Milk Lotion and Soaps

WineTrail

Verde Valley Wine Trail invites wine enthusiasts to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite  Arizona wines. There are four Arizona wineries and six tasting rooms on the Verde Valley Wine Trail that offer a variety of skillfully crafted wines to satisfy any wine taster’s pallet. Every winery has its own unique personality and distinct wines for visitors to discover at each stop along the Wine Trail. Visit the great wineries and tasting rooms nestled in the red rock countryside and lush canyons surrounding Cottonwood, Jerome, Sedona, Clarkdale, and Cornville.