Amazing Wineries and Tours
Verde Valley Wine Trail
Unassuming yet exquisite, the Verde Valley Wine Trail offers wine enthusiasts a must-visit destination for fantastic vineyards, rich history, and stunning beauty.
Just minutes from Sedona, you can find Oak Creek Vineyards, Javelina Leap Vineyards & Winery, Page Spring Cellars, Chateau Tumblewood, Alcantara Vineyards, and a number of other Sedona Wineries with surroundings that can’t be beat.
How to get to Sedona wineries
One of the benefits of staying at Sedona Real Inn & Suites is its close proximity to the Verde Valley Wine Trail. Located just a few miles from our West Sedona hotel, wineries and vineyards are sprinkled throughout the towns of Page Springs, Cottonwood, and Clarkdale.
With so many options within just a few miles, you never have to worry about traffic when planning your Sedona wine tours.
Page Springs wineries
About 10-12 miles or 15 minutes from Sedona Real
About 20 miles or 25 minutes from Sedona Real
20-35 miles or 25-45 minutes from Sedona Real
Less driving, more tasting
Guided Sedona Wine Tours
When you’re sipping delicious spirits from the Verde Valley’s spectacular wineries, the last thing you want to think about is driving. Sedona wine tours are the perfect option for those who want to know the best Sedona wineries to visit but don’t want to worry about how to get there.
Several reputable companies offer a variety of tours for all budgets. From just the basics to packages with luxury transportation and catered meals, you can choose the one that suits your taste.
For guided Sedona wine tours, we recommend:
Paving your own way
Self-Guided Wine ToursIf creating your own Verde Valley Wine Trail itinerary suits your fancy, grab a map from our lobby and hit the road!
Restaurants near Sedona Wineries
The Verde Valley’s delicious local eats pair perfectly with the region’s flavorful wines. From no-fuss burgers and BBQ joints, to wood fired pizzerias and upscale wine bars, the area’s assortment of tasty restaurants serve as a filling pit stop once the wine starts to kick in. Here are just a few of the restaurants all the locals love:
Pizzeria Bocce, Crema Craft Kitchen Bar, Hog Wild BBQ, Nic’s Italian Steak & Crab House
Manzanita Restaurant, The Grasshopper Grill, Up the Creek Bistro and Wine Bar, Javelina Leap Vineyard, Winery & Bistro
Boat House Bar & Grill, Violette’s Bakery Cafe, Su Casa
An Artsy Detour
Take a Day Trip to Jerome
If you’re looking for a break from the wineries or a unique town to add to your Verde Valley itinerary, Jerome is the place to be. Located just a few miles past Clarkdale, it’s a quirky mix between a historic mining town, artist’s village, and haunted house.
Jerome began as a copper mining camp in the 1800s and grew to be the fourth largest city in Arizona by the 1920s. Between four disastrous fires, the Great Depression, and the reduced demand for copper after WWII, it slowly declined into a ghost town.
Today, tourism and art have revived the community and made it one of Northern Arizona’s most visited towns. Although the population is only about 450, thousands of people drive up Cleopatra Hill every year to visit Jerome’s mining museum, stroll its unique shops, enjoy great food and music at the local saloons, and relax with a glass of wine at the Jerome Winery.
Visiting Sedona WineryWith so many Sedona wineries to visit, it can be difficult to tell which ones to prioritize and the best ways to experience them. Fortunately, our concierge team at Sedona Real knows the ropes and can guide you every step of the way. To stay safe make the most of your trip, follow these tips from our team of experts.
What to do:
- Pay a visit during fall or spring, when the scenery is most stunning
- Bring snacks to enjoy, or visit tasting rooms that sell food
- Buy a souvenir bottle or case of wine to take home
- Drink responsibly
What to avoid:
- Trying to see more than 3-4 wineries in one day
- Dress up (We’re casual around here!)
- Driving yourself if you plan to enjoy full tastings at each winery