Arizona Wine

Arizona has three major growing regions: Sonoita (South of Tuscon), Wilcox (Southeast of Tucson) and Verde Valley (North of Phoenix). Arizona's first winery, Sonoita Vineyards, was established in 1983 after 10 years of experimenting with growing vineyards in Southern Arizona.There are now more than 80 vineyards and wineries operating in Arizona with over 1,000 acres of vines.

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  1. Alcantara Vineyards | Grand Rouge

    Alcantara Vineyards | Grand Rouge

    Alcantara Vineyards has partnered with Camp Soaring Eagle, a not for profit organization dedicated to giving children suffering with serious illness and their families a chance to discover the healing power of laughter by providing camping experiences filled with excitement and fun in a medically safe setting – all at no cost to the families. A $5.00 donation will be made to Camp Soaring Eagle for each Grand Rouge bottle sold. Learn More
  2. Alcantara Vineyards | Pinot Grigio

    Alcantara Vineyards | Pinot Grigio

    Alcantara Vineyards | Pinot Grigio | Arizona White Wine Learn More
  3. Alcantara Vineyards | Rose

    Alcantara Vineyards | Rose

    Nestled at the confluence of the Great Verde River and Sedona’s Oak Creek, Alcantara Vineyards beauty is unsurpassed. Our wines are crafted in traditional open top fermentors. Each wine and the grape varietal that created it possesses its own unique personality. Here at Alcantara, we strive to bring that character to you. Enjoy with friends and family. Learn More
  4. Alcantara Vineyards | Zabibu A Amani

    Alcantara Vineyards | Zabibu A Amani

    Blend of Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Zinfandel, Mourvedre, & Nebbiolo. Medium Bodied Red Wine Learn More
  5. Arizona Angel | Red Blend

    Arizona Angel | Red Blend

    Red Table Wine: currant and smoke aromas, mouthful of dried cherries and spice. Barbera, Syrah and Merlot grapes. Pair with Seared Ahi, BBQ spices and sharp cheddar cheeses. Learn More
  6. Arizona Angel | Pinot Grigio

    Arizona Angel | Pinot Grigio

    White Wine related to the Pino Noir family of grapes. Pairs well with pool parties, spicier cuisine such as baked garlic, red peppers, BBQ, ginger dishes, chocolate. Learn More
  7. Arizona Angel | Zinfandel/Syrah

    Arizona Angel | Zinfandel/Syrah

    Rich berry, white pepper, ginger, smooth tannins casual red wine. Experiment with venison or roasted beef, sauces herbed with oregano and sage. Learn More
  8. Arizona Angel | Riesling

    Arizona Angel | Riesling

    Traditional fruit forward semi-sweet white. Pairs well with fruits, vegetable dishes, Mexican, Thai, light fish and white meats. Learn More
  9. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mandala Red

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mandala Red

    Full Bodied Red - a blend of Cinsault, Syrah, Petite Syrah, Counoise, Grenache and Viognier Learn More
  10. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mandala White

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mandala White

    Off Dry White - a blend of Viognier, Grenache blanc & Orange Muscat Learn More
  11. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Dala

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Dala

    Award Winning 100% Cabernet Sauvignon- slightly dry red Learn More
  12. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Dayden Rose

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Dayden Rose

    Blend of Zinfandel, Sangiovese and Petite Syrah. A medium dry rose Learn More
  13. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mangus

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Mangus

    Blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Petite Verdot, and Merlot. Full Bodied Red Learn More
  14. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Nachise

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Nachise

    Blend of Syrah, Genache, Mourvedre, Petite Syrah and Counoise. Medium bodied Red Learn More
  15. Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Tazi

    Arizona Stronghold Vineyards | Tazi

    Blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Malvasia Bianca, Pinot Gris and Riesling. Crisp white Learn More
  16. Bitter Creek Winery | Joan of Arc

    Bitter Creek Winery | Joan of Arc

    Fruity and refreshing with aromas of ginger, oranges and spice with a luscious mouth-feel and flavors of cantaloupe and citrus. The clean finish begs another sip. Winemaker’s otes: Dry Muscat comes together with a succulent Symphony varietal for a most graceful bouquet. A vibrant, fruity Chenin Blanc expands the flavor profile and the balancing of the acidity and the alcohol levels makes this wine a playful, but only sensory version of “sweet”. Learn More
  17. Caduceus Cellars | Nagual De La Naga
  18. Canelo Hills Vineyards | Riesling

    Canelo Hills Vineyards | Riesling

    Slightly dry white, 100% Riesling Learn More
  19. Canelo Hills Vineyards | Sangiovese

    Canelo Hills Vineyards | Sangiovese

    Medium bodied Red - 100% Sangiovese Learn More
  20. Cimarron Vineyards | Rojo Del Sol

    Cimarron Vineyards | Rojo Del Sol

    Label: Rojo del Sol is largely a blend of Iberian varieties. The 2009 is composed of 68% Tempranillo, 19% Garnacha, and 13% Monastrell. Cochise County, Arizona. Learn More

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