Wine Tasting Tour to Grand Canyon Winery
Grand Canyon Winery is a local Arizona winery with lots vineyards, bars and tasting rooms offer wine and beer tastings.
Are you looking for best wine destination to chase a beer glass with your friends, visit Grand Canyon Winery in Arizona. The winery is worth to have a wine tour to get taste of many flavors. The Grand Canyon Winery is a local Arizona winery owned and operated by the Kennelly family of Northern Arizona who prides itself in the use of sustainable farming practices. Sourcing from six Arizona vineyards, this boutique winery is proud to produce beautiful blends that capture the distinct attributes of Arizona’s deliciously rugged landscape. The tasking room offers their line up of wines and other wines from Arizona. There are lots of antique feel bars and tasting rooms offers wine and beer tastings. Grand canyon winery has many vineyards, bars and clubs. Page Springs Road is fifteen minutes from Sedona and one hour and six minutes from the Grand Canyon South Rim entrance. The small, historic valley, which rambles along the greenbelt of Oak Creek, is home to three wineries, a creek side restaurant and a fish hatchery that are all open to visitors. The Grand Canyon Winery recently paired up with their sister company, Historic Brewing Company to be the first local Arizona winery to serve wine and beer flights side-by-side.
Grand Canyon Winery Wine Club has three levels and membership is free- you only pay for the wines you receive and it’s discounted based on your membership level. Your shipment will contain between 3 or 6 bottles of wine quarterly or four times a year chosen by the staff at Grand Canyon Winery
The three levels are:
Wanderlust Member: Receive Rhone, Bordeaux and Super Tuscan plus additional wines from the State of Arizona
Dolce Vita Member: Hand Picked Wines”off-dry” to sweeter wines and ports
Voyager Member:The level for lovers of Arizona Red Wines
Grand Canyon Winery Got Award
The Grand Canyon Winery recently received awards for two of its wines in a national wine competition. The 14th annual Jefferson Cup Invitational took place in Kansas City, Mo. on Nov. 21-22. The Grand Canyon Winery’s Voyager Syrah Blend won a Medal of American Merit and the Traveler White Chenin Blanc received a Medal of American Excellence in the competition.This was the first year officials invited the Grand Canyon Winery to participate in the Jefferson Cup Invitational. “It’s really a prestigious wine competition,” said Grand Canyon Winery owner John Kennelly. “Basically anybody that’s involved in wine wants to get their wines in there to get an award.” According to a press release, “This competition is not open to every winery willing to submit an entrance fee. Rather we select the best of the best, culled from tastings and competitions in America throughout 2013.”
Browse the following vineyards and Bars:
Grand Canyon Wineyards, Bards and Hotels
Page Springs Cellars
This is the best center for wine tasting tour in grand canyon winery. Stand at the bar and learn about Arizona wines, sit in leather lounge sofas or walk down by the creek and put your toes in the water at Page Springs Cellars. The tasting room offers comfortable choices for tasters of all ages and nationalities. Grand Canyon visitors come from the world over and many are surprised to find verdant wine country in the Arizona desert. Once they taste the wine from this Rhone house winery, they are pleasantly surprised with the quality of wines grown near the Grand Canyon.
The Lodge On Route 66
This is the best destination to stay during grand canyon winery tour to stay and get taste of wine and beer. The Lodge on Route 66 is a grand canyon motel, centrally located and luxuriously updated to provide a relaxing and memorable time for your visit to the many exciting activities and attractions of northern Arizona. Recently renovated, The Lodge has redefined the standard of luxury accommodations in the Grand Canyon area. Wood and travertine flooring, solid wood furniture, top of the line pillow top mattresses and luxurious cotton linens are among the amenities incorporated to provide an exceptional stay. Consisting of nine single rooms, nine suites, and a covered central cabana, the Lodge provides an intimate setting, perfect for your stay in northern Arizona.
Javelina Leap Vineyard
When you are going to grand canyon winery for a wine tasting tour, visit this popular beer center in arizona. Javelina Leap Vineyard and Winery has brought on a new chef, expanded its tasting room and added a new Arizona Room and private garden patio for your enjoyment. Your taste buds will explain why there is need for so much expansion when you sample the Javelina Leap Petite Sirah. It was the People’s Choice for red wine at the recent Verde Valley Wine Symposium Competition. Tours are free with your tasting on Fridays and Saturdays. Javelina Leap’s founder, Rod Snapp is one of the original pioneers in the northern Arizona wine industry, beginning in 1999.
Arizona 9 Motor Hotel
Located on world famous Route 66, this Williams motel offers simply furnished rooms equipped with cable TV. It serves a daily continental breakfast. The Grand Canyon Railway is 5 minutes’ walk away.Air-conditioning is featured in each guest room at 9 Arizona Motor Hotel. For convenience, each guest room includes a microwave, a refrigerator, a telephone and an alarm clock.A business centre with fax and photocopying services is available to guests of 9 Arizona Motor Hotel.Elephant Rocks Golf Course is 4 miles away. Flagstaff is 37 minutes’ drive east of this motel.
Oak Creek Vineyards
Just down the road is Oak Creek Vineyards where you can taste Arizona wines on the shady porch. Their deli case is stuffed with a variety of local and international cheeses, chocolates, olives and dry cured meats, so make a picnic lunch and relax. Page Springs is a flyway for migrating birds, so bring your binos and watch for the colorful winged ones.
Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
Experience the luxury of a bygone era at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Designed to resemble the century-old train depot that housed the original Fray Marcos Hotel, our hotel is a relaxing retreat in a picturesque Western setting. The 297-room hotel is just a block away from downtown Williams and historic Route 66.
For dinner, try our pick, Harry’s Hideaway, a true local’s favorite just minutes away from the meandering wine country. At the tiny restaurant, you’ll experience gourmet – yet affordable — entrees including New Orleans-style BBQ Shrimp, Flat Iron Steak and Ratatouille, inventive salads like Elote Corn Salad and the Sedona Vortex Salad made from local ingredients. Chef Harry learned pastries at a school in France, so save room for the decadent splendor of it all.