Here is a list of ALL active Arizona Wineries. They are organized alphabetically and by location: Northern, Central, Sonoita/Elgin (and beyond) or Southeastern Arizona. Visit our Maps page to help you plan your trip to the wine country.
Alcantara Vineyards
Alcantara is a dream venture created by Owner Barbara Predmore. Barbara and her husband Bob started the vineyard to provide their family and partners the opportunity to work and develop a vineyard community and winery, making wines that are comparable to the best of California and Europe. Barbara had spent four years with research and diligence using the best consultants from the University of Arizona and UC Davis, as well as support from her family at the noted Martin-Weyrich Vineyards in Central California. Alcantara Vineyard is perched on 87 acres of sloping terrain off the Verde River and Oak Creek. The newly constructed Tuscan Farmhouse serves as the Tasting Room for hosting the many friends and guests that visit from around the globe. Visit their website for more info.
Verde Valley –
Caduceus Cellars/Merkin Vineyards
Maynard James Keenan created the Caduceus label for his Arizona vineyard, Merkin Vineyards. One day while sipping some fine wine on his patio in the hills of northern Arizona, he realized that the climate in the area was similar to the climates where some of his favorite wines were produced. Why not grow a vineyard here? When asked about the type of wine he intended to grow, he answered, “My art and music has been described as ‘thick, dense, rich complex, engaging, emotional, and spiritual,’ by those who are fans. And an ‘acquired taste’ for those kind others who are not.“ He felt that Arizona aligned with this description and that they were a match made in heaven. “Surely these qualities will be reflected in the wine that Arizona will present to us”. (Oh, did we forget to mention he is the lead singer for Tool). You’ll find his high-end Caduceus wines and his value Merkin Vineyards label in a select few stores around the state and they can be purchased on his website.
Northern Arizona
Echo Canyon
Jon Marcus, a former attorney from Detroit, bought 32 acres of fertile land that is now Echo Canyon Vineyard. About 100 years ago, Echo Canyon was home to a farm that produced fruits and vegetables for the mining camps in Jerome. Today, nestled along the banks of the pristine Oak Creek, the rock-walled vineyards produce wines that rival the finest made anywhere. They have planted only the best grape clones, utilizing organic and biodynamic farming methods. The wines are also produced in small, traditional open-top fermenters. Varietals include Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet, Cabernet Franc and Zinfandel. Their wines can be tasted at Oak Creek Vineyards in Page Springs. Their wines can also be tasted at Jon’s newest venture in Willcox, AZ: Crop Circle Winery. Visit Echo Canyon’s website for more info.
Sedona –
Freitas Vineyard
Hidden away on the outskirts of Cottonwood, AZ is a small vineyard, the dream of Ray Freitas. She planted the 3 1/2 acre vineyard, located near the Verde River, in 2000 and has been tending her vines since then. The first harvests were not high enough quality to become wine, but her 2006 grapes: Malvasia, Cabernet, Syrah and Merlot have provided the first bottling of 100 cases. Ray calls her Malvasia “Sunlight in a bottle”. Freitas Vineyard produces the only Estate Grown wines, produced in the European Tradition, in the Verde Valley. Ray is currently establishing sales venues for her limited quantities of the 2006 wines and is looking forward to bottling her 2007 harvest, which will include a Petite Syrah. For more information call Freitas Vineyard or email They don’t yet have a website.
Cottonwood –
Granite Creek Vineyard
Granite Creek Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery near Prescott, Arizona. Nestled in a unique valley at 4600 ft, the vineyards are surrounded by rugged granite peaks and high elevation rolling prairie. Vines bask in the intense sunshine this fabulous microclimate provides with hot days and cool nights lasting late into the fall. These perfect ripening conditions combined with organically farmed granite soil and pure well water develop truly delicious fruit. The vineyard was established in 1974 by the Hoult family and has been managed organically its entire life on a historic farm in the town of Chino Valley. The first certified organic farm in Arizona, Granite Creek Vineyards today is one of only a handful of wineries in the United States that make 100% Certified Organic wines without sulfites. To learn more and view beautiful pictures of historic Granite Creek Vineyards visit their website.
Chino Valley –
Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery
An Arizona resident for 30 years, owner and winemaker extraordinaire, Rod Snapp is an entrepreneur whose roots go deep within the community. Chef, fireman, landscaper, publisher, developer and a founding participant in the first ever Sedona Jazz on the Rocks, an event he continues to volunteer for over the past 20 years, he’s done a lot!. His experience as a chef and long time passion for the art of cooking went hand in hand with the fine wine and soon led Rod to his Enology/Viticulture apprenticeship and the purchase of land. After six years of struggle and sacrifice, the dream of his own vineyard and winery was realized when Javelina Leap Vineyard and Winery opened in November of 2006. Visit their website for more info.
Page Springs –
Jerome Winery
Jerome Winery was built on the side of Cleopatra Hill between Prescott and Sedona in the historic town of Jerome, featuring over 30 uniquely handcrafted, individually distinct wines. The Vintner’s philosophy is to create wines that are enjoyable for the novice and the connoisseur alike. John LcLoughlin, the Owner and Vintner, learned the art of winemaking by training as an apprentice under master winemakers throughout the United States and Europe. He personally makes all the wines that are tasted and sold. Wine varieties include Pinot Grigio, Mourvedre, Red and White Zinfandel, Syrah, Muscat, Sparking Wine, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, 15-yr-old Port and others that are soon to be added! Old family photos compose the labels that identify the wine. The winery sports a wooden tasting counter topped with copper made by John himself. In addition to the Jerome Winery, they have 80 acres of land in the Willcox area in Southeastern Arizona – home to Dragoon Mountain Vineyards, the source for grapes for their wines. Please visit their website for more info.
Jerome –
Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery
Deb Wahl, owner of Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery, has heard many times that “good wine grows on gentle slopes with a river nearby”, and this is why her vineyard is located in beautiful Sedona, across from Oak Creek. In the higher elevations of the property they grow Syrah & Merlot; in the lower portion they are growing Zinfandel and Chardonnay. There is great sun exposure and currently they have approximately 4000 plants on just over three acres, although they’re expanding more and more every year. They produce full bodied flavorful reds and crisp, lean whites in small batches, giving individual attention to each barrel. Please visit their website for more info.
Page Springs –
Page Springs Cellars
At Page Springs Cellars their goal is to create delicious wines that express the unique character of their landscape. They trust that their wines and winemaking convey their philosophies concerning family education and living life to the fullest. Owner and Winemaker Eric Glomski feels strongly that growing grapes, making wine and raising a glass is a cultural ritual that fosters friendship, brings together families and unites communities. “Good wine is not strictly the esoteric fare of nobility. Wine is for the people.” Not only does Eric have a vineyard in Page Springs in northern Arizona, he has purchased the Dos Cabezas Vineyard in Willcox and has renamed the vineyard—Arizona Stronghold. Eric’s vision is at the forefront of bringing Arizona wines onto the national stage! He also sells the Caduceus label from his tasting room. They look forward to sharing their passion and interest in wine with everyone. Please visit their website for more info.
Page Springs –
Painted Lady Vineyard
In Skull Valley, Painted Lady Vineyard grows Gewurztraminer grapes organically, without the use of toxic chemicals, on a one-acre vineyard. Originally planted in 2006 the vines suffered two years of grasshopper infestations and late frosts but this year, 2008, they are finally seeing the fruits of their labor! They are grown organically without the use of toxic chemicals. Eric Glomski, their winemaker, of Page Springs Cellars, ferments all the sugar out of the wine creating a beautiful dry Gewurztraminer, currently being made with grapes from Monterey County, CA. Spirit willing, 2009 will be their own Skull Valley-grown vintage!
Skull Valley –
San Dominique Winery
At 4600 feet, in the hills of the Verde Valley, is San Dominique Winery. The winery was founded in 1978 with plantings of premium varieties of wine grapes that have won many national and regional awards for excellence. In 1989, San Dominique started “Fiesta Garlica” in response to the Verde Valley Arizona Garlic Growers. Today, they produce over 65 garlic related items as a result of the garlic festivals held in the area. For more information on the wines and garlic items, please visit their website.
Camp Verde –
Sycamore Canyon Winery
Sycamore Canyon Winery is located on the banks of Oak Creek just south of Sedona. Their mission statement is to create the finest quality wines available anywhere in the world. The location of the vineyard was chosen because of the perfect microclimate for growing grapes, plenty of sunshine, clean water and a cold breeze that comes down from the Mogollon Rim which cools the grapes off every evening. All of their custom wines can be sampled at the Art of Wine located in Sedona at the Hyatt Pinon Pointe Shopping Center open 7 days a week.
Page Springs – (877) 903-WINE
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Casavino Custom Winery
Casavino Custom Winery lets you make quality fine wine with your own custom-designed front and back label. No experience (or stomping) necessary!!
Come into the winery, select your favorite wine to make (over 200 different types), and with staff consultation, start fermentation of a batch (yielding 30 bottles). In about six weeks, it’s ready for bottling and labeling. Their graphic artists will design a label for you based on your needs, or you can design it yourself! All custom label design work is free. Look out for their new Tempe location opening soon! Visit their website for more info.
Fountain Hills –
Kokopelli Winery
Kokopelli secures their grapes from vineyards in southeastern Arizona, primarily the Bonita Springs Farm. Bonita Valley is located approximately 20 miles north of Willcox, AZ at an estimated 4500 foot elevation. The Bonita Valley is one of the largest organically certified fruit producing areas in the Southwest. The vineyard was planted in 1991 and produces 13 different varietal grapes. Don and Carol Minchella and 5th & 6th generation wine-makers Herve & Florent Lescombes, combined their Italian and French heritages to launch the Kokopelli Winery in 1994, capitalizing on their expertise to produce 24 award winning wines of Arizona. Kokopelli continues to be family-owned and operated, today under the care of 4th generation wine-maker, Dennis Minchella. While enjoying a meal at the Bistro in Chandler, enjoy a taste of their wines. Be sure to visit their newest location in Surprise! Visit their website for more info.
Chandler –
Studio Vino
Studio Vino is a custom winery where you can create, bottle custom label and design your own wine. Whether you are looking to design wine for gift giving, you are interested in scheduling a group event, you are curious about making your own wine or you have an occasion which calls for something special, visit Studio Vino. Our shop provides many wine varieties from which to choose. You can select the wine that best suits your taste. As you make your batch of wine, you can customize to your liking. Or, Studio Vino can provide you wine made on site at our local winery – and you select your own label. Visit their website for more info.
Tempe –
Su Vino Winery
Su Vino Winery in Scottsdale is the second installment of the award-winning winery founded in Grapevine, TX. The winery is family owned and operated; it’s located in the Arts District of Downtown Scottsdale. Su Vino is an award winning winery with over 40 medals for their wines. They are the first and only winery in Scottsdale and the first to offer customers the opportunity to have a wine made specifically for them and their palate. They strive to make wine more fun and friendly by breaking down the barriers of wine-speak and wine snobbery. The sophisticated yet fun tasting room is offered for corporate mixers, team building meetings, wine education classes or customer appreciation events. Visit their website for more info.

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