Springs is becoming haven for vineyards"
wine critics and media including Robert Parker with Wine Advocate, The Wine Spectator, Le
Monde, Wine Enthusiast, The Wall Street Journal, Sunset
Magazine, Forbes and others have discovered Arizona
growers. According to Rod Keeling, President of the
Arizona Wine Grower’s Association, “The
vision of world class quality wine, grown and produced
here in Arizona is gaining traction every day”.
Clearly, the vineyards and wineries of Page Springs
are adding their world-class wines to that vision.
Arizona wine grape growing can be traced back some
400 years to the time of the Franciscan missions, Arizona’s
modern wine industry took earnest root in the early
70’s. Today northern Arizona has become the state’s
fastest growing wine region with 5 active vineyards
and wineries and 3 more in start-up stages.
along Oak Creek, just south of Sedona, Page Springs
is the gateway to Arizona’s wine country, with
its microclimate of ample, warm sunshine, cool evening
temperatures, mineral-rich volcanic soil and access
to pure aquifer and Oak Creek water. It
is the ideal location for the three small, exclusive
vineyards and wineries that are gaining national recognition
for high quality wine production. With the production
of full and rich, flavorful red wines and vibrant white
wines, these wineries have competed in the Olympics
of wine tasting and been rewarded with prestigious
gold and silver medals with which to grace their labels.
these adventurous 21st century pioneers, this is only
the beginning. Their goal is singular: To make the
best wines in the world-wide wine industry. Whether
you sip occasionally or are a wine enthusiast, come
taste and enjoy their passion.
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