Arizona Wine Country
Arizona wine country has a unique flavor that is quickly becoming more popular nationwide. Documentation of wine being produced in Arizona begins as early as the 16th century for private consumption; it wasn't until recently that Arizona wine country has become a popular region for commercial distribution.
Vineyards began popping up about 20 years ago in the mountainous regions of Arizona. It's not surprising to see in Arizona, because grapes are good for the land, and don't require nearly as much water as other crops.
Today, Arizona wine is becoming popular enough that some people are calling it the next Napa Valley. Experimental wines are proving to be the potential future of popular wines. Even connoisseurs have been surprised by the sudden popularity of Arizona wine country.
Taste the distinctive flavor of Arizona for yourself on an Arizona wine tour!
Some of our favorite Arizona Vineyards are:Caduceus Cellars »
Arizona Stronghold Vineyards »
Javelina Leap Vineyards & Winery »
Oak Creek Vineyard & Winery »
Page Springs Cellars »