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Explore these Beautiful Sedona Vineyards

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Page Springs Cellars

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Overlooking Oak Creek, Page Springs Cellars is a family-owned vineyard and winery. Just 15 minutes South of Sedona, they offer delicious Rhone-style wines, gourmet food, and beautiful views. Regardless of whether you are a novice or a wine expert, you’re sure to find something to please your palate.

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Javelina Leap Winery

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Located in the small historic valley of Page Springs, Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery is a family operated premium boutique winery. With international award-winning Arizona wines, as well we artisan cheese platters, deli meats, and artisan pizza, you are sure to leave with a full, happy belly. Here, you can enjoy wine by the glass or bottle. Stop in on your next trip to Sedona, and see what all the rave is about.

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Burning Tree Cellars

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Burning Tree Cellars is a unique winery. They specialize in small-batch boutique wines that are meticulously maintained and made with the finest available fruit sources. Rather than having them pushed through chain supermarkets, their wines are mostly known by word-of-mouth resources. Not only do they have special wines to offer, but they also offer live music on Friday and Saturday Nights. Stop in for a truly unique wine experience.

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Sedona Secret Garden Cafe

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Sedona’s Secret Garden Café offers a pet-friendly garden oasis. Specializing in soups, gourmet salads, sandwiches and quesa-“Divas” that are prepared with the healthiest and most fresh ingredients around, you’re sure to find a great snack to go with your wine. Not only do they offer their special wines, but they also offer a variety of beers, including some from their local brewery. For a total taste of Sedona, the Secret Garden is the place to be

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