Arizona Wineries

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Arizona wineries have been gaining recognition and acclaim in recent years, establishing the state as a thriving wine region in the United States. Despite its arid climate and rugged landscapes, Arizona boasts a unique combination of elevation, diverse soil types, and diurnal temperature shifts that create ideal conditions for grape cultivation. The state is known for its production of bold and flavorful wines, with a focus on Rhône and Spanish varietals. Arizona wineries offer visitors a chance to explore vineyards set against stunning desert backdrops, indulge in wine tastings, and discover the passion and innovation driving the state's growing wine industry.

List of Top Wineries in Arizona:

  1. Caduceus Cellars: Founded by musician Maynard James Keenan, Caduceus Cellars is located in Jerome. The winery specializes in small-batch, handcrafted wines and is known for its commitment to sustainable practices. They produce a range of wines, including unique blends and single-varietal offerings, all reflecting Arizona's terroir.
  2. Page Springs Cellars: Situated in Cornville, Page Springs Cellars is a family-owned winery that produces a diverse selection of wines. They are known for their Rhône-style varietals, including Syrah, Grenache, and Viognier. The winery offers tastings, tours, and a picturesque riverside setting.
  3. Dos Cabezas WineWorks: Located in Sonoita, Dos Cabezas WineWorks is renowned for its exceptional wines made from Arizona-grown grapes. They focus on Rhône and Spanish varietals, producing red, white, and rosé wines. Visitors can enjoy tastings and experience the unique terroir of the Sonoita AVA.
  4. Pillsbury Wine Company: Situated in Willcox, Pillsbury Wine Company is known for its high-quality wines that reflect the distinct characteristics of the region. The winery specializes in Rhône and Italian varietals, offering a range of red, white, and rosé wines. Visitors can enjoy tastings and take in the beautiful views of the surrounding vineyards.
  5. Callaghan Vineyards: Located in Elgin, Callaghan Vineyards is one of the oldest wineries in Arizona. They focus on producing estate-grown wines, particularly from Rhône and Spanish varietals. Callaghan Vineyards is known for its commitment to quality and the expression of Arizona's unique terroir.
  6. Sand-Reckoner Vineyards: Situated in Cochise County, Sand-Reckoner Vineyards is a boutique winery that crafts limited-production wines. They specialize in Rhône varietals and produce red, white, and rosé wines. The winery offers tastings and an intimate setting for wine enthusiasts.

These top wineries in Arizona showcase the state's ability to produce exceptional wines and the passion of its winemakers. Visiting these establishments allows wine enthusiasts to discover the unique flavors and styles emerging from Arizona's diverse and dynamic wine regions.

Picked by Wine

Alcantara Vineyard and Winery
3445 South Grapevine Way
Verde Valley, Arizona 86326
Alcantara Vineyards is a dream venture created by Barbara and husband Bob to provide their family and partners the opportunity to live the dream of growing a vineyard community and winery. It was in cultivating the vineyards and embracing the land that Barbara and her family soon realized there was a bigger picture in this hidden treasure along the confluence of two rivers. You’ll find Alcantara Vineyards has over 20,000 vines and offers 17 different varietals. While you sip wine and enjoy our peaceful surroundings, which include vineyards, a grass picnic area, the Verde River and bald eagles flying overhead, you’ll find you are part of our community and family.

Aridus Wine Company
145 N Railview Ave
Willcox, Arizona 85643
Aridus Wine Company is a family owned custom crush winery located in the heart of Southeastern Arizona. Aridus opened its cellar doors in 2012 after refurbishing an existing 28,000 sf. apple warehouse. It is one of the largest winery facilities in the state, where it houses state of the art wine making equipment. Surrounded by majestic mountains, the beauty of this modern rustic style winery is just as stunning as the wines it produces. By procuring prized grapes from Arizona, New Mexico, and California, Winemaker Lisa Strid blends the essence of exceptional terroir ranging from the desert to the California coast. Using cutting edge winery equipment, we handcraft complex and balanced wines, which express the aromatic profile of what can only be made in Arizona.

Arizona Stronghold Vineyards
1023 N. Main St.
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
Arizona Stronghold Vineyards' wines are the expression of the fierce and wild Arizona terrain. We pride ourselves on being pioneers and farmers first, who use the landscape of Arizona to produce unique and prized wine that will compliment any occasion or collection. Each harvest is meticulously cared for year-in and year-out and every wine and blend is treated as an individual. We recognize that quality fruit is the key to all winemaking endeavors. Our wines showcase the originality of the southwest highlands and accent the terrain, which can be enjoyed in each glass of Arizona Stronghold’s amazing Site Archive wines as well as our signature, regional blends. The varietals are grown near Willcox, Arizona at our Bonita Springs Vineyard as well as fruit sourced from various other local vineyards. We are focused on crafting Arizona grown wines that express the highest quality and value our wild and fierce region has to offer.

Bodega Pierce
4511 East Robbs Road
Willcox, Arizona 85643
Bodega Pierce highlights wines made exclusively from grapes grown at our family’s estate vineyard in Willcox, AZ. The wines are designed to express the high desert terroir of the Willcox Bench that we have found to be unsurpassed in producing spectacular world class wines. We aim to provide Arizona wine drinkers with a consistent product that over-delivers on quality.

Burning Tree Cellars
1040 N. Main St.
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
Burning Tree Cellars specializes in small batch, meticulously maintained, boutique wines utilizing the finest available fruit sources, quality oak, and patience. Our wines will never be pushed through chain supermarkets or over marketed, but rather built through the power of suggestion and knowledge that we are all part of something special. These wines are, and always will be for each other, our families, and our friends.


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