The Wine Lover’s Perfect Road Trip

Crisp fall air, flowing streams, lush surroundings. Page Springs Cellars provides the perfect backdrop for a fall escape. A few hours drive from Scottsdale, the vineyard is an oasis for the wine enthusiast looking to engage in all that a winery has to offer.

“It’s absolutely gorgeous here at Page Springs. We have a creek that runs through the middle of our property. You’ll experience fall color change, and from the moment you drive up, it’s like another world,” says Brand Manager Luke Bernard.

Fall is harvest time at Page Springs, so guests can see fruit being harvested and processed.

“If you walk around the property, you will see winemakers gathering grapes and moving barrels around. You’ll witness active fermentation. It’s that association between the vineyard and what you’re drinking that really elevates the whole experience,” Luke says. 

Page Springs is home to the largest wine club in the Southwest. Membership comes at no cost, with a commitment to purchase pre-selected wines. The winery treats members to private tastings, blending trials coupled with competitions, barrel samples in the winter and movie nights by the river.

“The club is highly interactive. What is truly amazing is our offerings, and it all happens on location.”

Guests to the winery can visit the tasting room daily, delve into the inner working of the winery’s substantial culinary program, take behind-the-scenes tours of the wine process, host private custom parties, participate in the yoga brunch and so much more.

“We have a big family of a wine club that is intertwined in every aspect,” he says.

Luke wants visitors to know that Page Springs Cellars will exceed expectations and leave you wanting to revisit soon.

“Wine in Arizona is better than most people expect. Page Springs is a very different experience than you will get at most wineries. With rolling acres and rivers, our vineyard is set in a picturesque location and, paired with our offerings, is often compared to Napa Valley. That’s what separates us.”  

1500 N. Page Springs Road, Cornville, Arizona, 928.639.3004, PageSpringsCellars.com