Adventuring At Page Springs Cellars and Winery

Adventuring At Page Springs Cellars and Winery

One of my most favorite places on earth is a little off the beaten path winery on Page Springs Road just off of 89A between Cottonwood and Sedona Arizona.


Page Springs Cellars is one of those magical little getaways in my own backyard that I love to frequent and could easily spend an entire day just lounging my time away. I’ve been there so many times now I’ve lost count.  It’s nestled parallel to my other favorite place in the world – Oak Creek.


They have a lovely selection of wines and tapas. Several places to sit and enjoy wines from their red, white, or dessert selection.  Outdoor patio seating, creek side tables, and swanky indoor lounge areas.
Their wine selection is not a huge list but what they lack in options, they well make up for in amazing wines.


There is yet to be a wine produced that has disappointed.  The one I tried here was a blend called La Serrana, which had light citrus undertones in it.  My perfect white!


They have a tasting room where you can sample from a red or white menu.  Keep in mind if you have a party of over 8, you will have to email in advance because even in the off season, this place is always hopping.  You can check out their website here for more information on contact info.

They have a light tapas menu which is wonderful.  I’m really partial to charcuterie boards.  Reason being, even if a restaurant keeps this item permanently on their menu, often the chef will change it up frequently.  So every time you indulge in one of these little luxuries, it’s always a new adventure!  Page Springs’ will not leave you wanton.  If meat and cheese boards aren’t your thing, they also have flat bread pizzas and salads.

Weekends feature live and local musicians where you can relish the lovely notes of an acoustic guitar, whilst sipping your wine and nibbling on tapas.  If you are local they have a wine club with wine features only for members.

The grounds and gardens at Page Springs are just so relaxing.  For an amateur photographer such as myself, it’s a wonder of opportunities.  Stroll down to the patio overlooking the creek, or through the garden.

In addition to the grapes they cultivate for wine, I love that they also participate in sustainable gardening.  Many of their menu items are made with ingredients grown right on property, and whatever they don’t grow themselves they obtain from local merchants as often as possible.

My teenagers class was fortunate enough to participate in a winter garlic gardening project, and the parents were offered some of the left over cloves!


I know it’s a silly and simple thing to get excited over, but I was ecstatic. The original host cloves are over 200 years old from some of the original settlers of that area.  I have a goal now to keep doing the same thing and see how long I can keep growing garlic every season, from the cloves imparted to me.  So far the project is going well!

Last but not least (as if this place couldn’t get any better) they offer morning yoga classes, which I’m thrilled about.  I haven’t taken a class yet, but signed up to start soon.  I’m by all means not a yogi, but I do enjoy a great outdoor class in an picturesque location!  Ah… bliss!  Stay tuned for the update article about Yoga at The Springs!


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  1. Not only do they produce some fantastic Arizona wines, the grounds are stunning and the staff is great. Set in Page Springs valley along Oak Creek, the winery offers customers a rare chance in Arizona to grab some.

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