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Page Springs Cellars, Cornville

(340+ reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard
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  • What an awesome experience we had at Page Springs Cellar for a private event. There was 11 of us from Minnesota celebrating our 50th birthdays in Sedona. Lisa Russell coordinated a fabulous event, sta...  more »
  • On our Arizona Scenic Tour of Sedona, we took the wine tasting option and very pleased we did. We spent a delightful hour on the deck of this picturesque winery, looking over the vineyards and trying ...  more »
  • We arrived on a Sunday at lunch time and there was a hostess seating people. We were a party of six and were given a table rather than having to stand at the bar. The winery serves tastings in flights...  more »
  • Amazing experience on a busy Saturday. Personally met the owner Eric. He was extremely accommodating and went out of his way to make sure me and my girlfriend had pleasant experience. We visited on a Saturday, it was very busy. All of the staff members were extremely polite especially considering the volume they were dealing with. If you plan on visiting, I recommend their tour and ordering food after. You can order the pizza and enjoy it anywhere on their property (except the parking lot). Don't expect to arrive and have immediate service if you arrive on a Saturday during the harvest season. Parking may be limited also. It will be very busy. You can reserve a spot for the tour but you can not reserve a table for food/wine. First come first serve. Once you arrive you can put your name on the waiting list. They will give you a buzzer while you walk around and enjoy the scenery. Show up early!
  • I tried the combo flight and I'm so glad I did! It offers such a great variety of whites and reds. All of the wines were delicious and it was great to be able to see the vineyards in the background. Our host was so welcoming and knowledgeable! I'd recommend getting a glass and walking around the property with it. Such gorgeous land!
  • Awful customer service unless you are a member of their wine club. I sat at the counter for wine tasting waiting 5+ minutes without being acknowledged. I normally wine taste in sonoita and Santa Barbara and had an awful experience. The servers do not acknowledge you at the counter and the servers are trying to figure out their tablets instead of helping you. Their wine is average not great not worth a visit. Go somewhere that had good customer service
  • Amazing atmosphere and great winery tour by Lauren (sp?). The dining area has nice views and great service. I wish I could come regularly! Thank you for opening a friendly place with excellent employees!
  • We found out about Page Springs after tasting at the Art of Wine in Sedona during our vacation. I have done most of my tasting in the Temecula wine country and Warner Springs wine country. This winery's offering of Red Wines are very good. Page Springs ranks in the top 5 of my favorites. Staff explained the "Arizona Taste" that I found unique to this area of the state. I especially enjoyed the "Spice" red wine blend that incorporated the Connoise grape - it was a unique and very enjoyable wine that would be excellent with a nice Ribeye Steak. I look forward to going back and spending more time at Page Springs.