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Page Springs Cellars, Cornville

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Must see · Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
Here at Page Springs Cellars, we primarily work with Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache and Mourvedre. Additionally, we dabble with other red grapes such as Cabernet Pfeffer, Counoise, and Cinsault. Our white grape loves include Viognier, Rousanne and Marsanne. While you may occasionally see us blending with Cabernet Franc, Barbera or Sangiovese—the flavorful grapes of the Rhone will always be our focus.

We like to keep an open mind about winemaking. While a good deal of what we do could be considered traditional (selective picking and sorting, small open-top fermentations, hand punch downs), there are times when the judicious use of technology can markedly improve a wine. We generally do not fine or filter, but there are occasions when a rough filtration brightens fruit or removes rough, gritty characters. In short, we always make the best wine we can. We have a wine centered philosophy. The market is not driving our winemaking, quality is.
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  • Nice visit to a local winery in the Sedona area. Good selection of wines, nice ambiance where we enjoyed some wine tasting and snacks. Casual atmosphere and helpful staff!  more »
  • Friendly staff and expansive wine menu. They also have spirits. The food looked and smelled amazing although we didn’t have any. Wines were great - did the reserve tasting and it was delicious.  more »
  • I have been to many Arizona tasting rooms but had never been to an actual vineyard. Hidden away, in a relatively untraveled road, lays an old structure that looks like a farmhouse. The parking lot is gravel and it isn't luxurious by any means. But once you step inside, sit on the deck, grab a glass of wine and soak in the views the place is amazing.
  • It was our first time visiting your vineyard, and as I write this I can honestly say it will be the last. As someone who is an avid reader of online reviews I was expecting great service and a wonderful experience that would last a lifetime. Unfortunately, our visit has left a horrible lingering impression on us. Upon arrival we were somewhat greeted by two women, one of them who seemed preoccupied with other guests and the other who was more concerned about the warm weather and keeping cool rather then tending to us. The hostess asked if we would like to enter the tasting room and since I had previously looked at the website I asked about the picnic area. We were redirected to move over to the woman who showed little to no interest in helping us. No questions were asked if we had ever been there or if we had questions about the menu. We decided on the flight of wines and she sat there poured us the wine and seemed completely disinterested. We ordered our picnic meal and as we waited her boyfriend arrived. She gladly poured him a few samples of wine and they engaged in a conversation. Her entire demeanor had changed. We spend over $50.00 on what was suppose to be a great experience. We drove 2 hours to spend the day at your vineyard only to leave feeling confused and disheartened. We spend time, gas, and money on such an awful experience. I hope to hear from someone regarding this matter because I would love to be reassured that this is not how you conduct business.
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