Beautiful Page Springs Cellars Offers Local Wines & Experiences

lLocated just fifteen minutes south of Sedona, Page Springs Cellars is nestled into the breathtaking landscape of Oak Creek Canyon. The vineyard and winery was founded in 2003 by owner Eric Glomski, who has been praised as a pioneer of winemaking in the Verde Valley. Page Springs Cellars is committed to creating the best local wines possible and taking advantage of the unique character of the Verde Valley. Over the last twelve years, this philosophy has allowed Page Spring Cellars to establish themselves as a Verde Valley staple. Visitors are treated to a hospitable and warm environment, in which the winery’s commitment to creating a strong sense of community is palpable. At Page Springs Cellars, the wines start with Arizona’s finest grapes. The winery sources from five vineyards scattered throughout the state. By collaborating with local vineyards, Page Springs ensures that they are using the most interesting, quality fruit in their wines. They specialize in Rhone style wines made from Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, and Mourvedre grapes. Page Springs uses a largely traditional process (in terms of picking and sorting, fermentation, and hand punch downs) to create their wines, occasionally taking advantage of technological advancements to create the smoothest, most delicious final product.

Visitors to Page Springs have a variety of options available to them, allowing for a customizable experience which is sure to be enjoyable for all. The luxurious tasting room provides beautiful views into Oak Cl-4reek Canyon, which can be enjoyed along with the hearty, appetizer-style tasting menu. Guests can also enjoy a variety of wine flights, which include a taste of up to five wines and an elegant souvenir glass. Most weekends, local musicians and artists are featured in the tasting room, giving guests the perfect opportunity to get a sense of local flair and style. For those who are curious about the winery and vineyards, Page Springs offers property tours every Friday and Sunday. These tours take visitors through the property, allowing them to get first hand knowledge about the history and culture of winemaking in the Verde Valley - plus the methods that set Page Springs apart from other wine makers. For more information about visiting the tasting room, visit the Page Springs Cellars website here  .

Page Springs also offers four different membership packages. These packages ionclude discounts on wine purchases and entrance to events, as well as free tasting in the tasting room and access to exclusive barrel tastings with the winemaker. For more information about the different levels of membership available and to sign up as a member, click here.

If you cannot make it to the Verde Valley, fear not. Throughout the warmer months, Page Springs will be at several festivals around Arizona. You can visit them at the Sonoran Festival of Fine Art on March 20-22 in Carefree, Arizona. They will also be showing at  Tempe Festival of the Arts on March 27 28, & 29, as well as at the Camp Verde Wine & Pecan Festival on March 28 & 29. On April 18th and 19th, Page Springs Cellars will be participating in the Southeast Arizona Wine Growers and Music Festival in Elgin, Arizona. They will also have stands in Prescott, Wilcox, and Kingman in the upcoming months. For a full list of places to enjoy Page Springs wines in the coming months, visit their events page here.

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