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Page Springs Cellars, Cornville

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  • It is getting hard to find a restaurant quiet enough for good conversation. We have found that Page Springs Cellars is a great place to meet friends, share wine and appetizers, and talk. Recently we m...  more »
  • The vineyard is located just west of Sedona and easy to get to. There are several other wineries on the same road. Their wines are dry and have a good flavor. My wife found one she liked, but we weren...  more »
  • Very nice winery, they have covered parking, we did our tasting on back outside deck. Wife and I did two different tastings and shared each. Staff was knowledgeable about the wine, AZ wine business, a...  more »
  • For a tasting room the wines aren't the shining star here. The wines are average nothing special, the prices are reasonable for flights/glasses/bottles. That being said the atmosphere, service, and food bring this place from 3 to 4 stars. The grounds of the winery are great to tour and take a walk through if the weather isn't in the triple digits. Overall a great spot to take in some small plates, sip some wine, and think about how a place like this exists in Arizona.
  • Wines were just "OK". The Reserve wines were much better than the normal wines. Normal wine flight of 5 reds was $11, and the pours were VERY small---one oz. or less. We decided to try the reserves, and it was $25 for the flight. Again, very, very small pours. Were were going to buy a bottle to go, but decided that we paid $36 already for basically a little less than 2 glasses of wine, so left it at that. Also, the reserve bottles were $50+. I couldn't justify that price for wine that was just "OK". We got lucky and got a parking spot, but the lot is very tiny. Nice view of the vineyards from the patio.
  • Cozy place with great wines, great service, very friendly staff (ask for Rebecca) and great views. We were here yesterday and did some wine flights. Came back today for dinner. Charcuterie - outstanding; salads - super; meat-pie pizza - wonderful! Put this very special place on your Sedona todo list. You'll be glad you did.
  • Great wines, your standard $10 for a flight of five wines. Reasonably priced bottles ranging from $16 to $29. They have a lounge, bar and outdoor seating where you can relax and enjoy your wine. Lots of beautiful photographs of Arizona and other scenic areas for sale as well. Definitely recommend stopping by on your wine tours.
  • More like 3.5 stars. Thought Italian grapes would be better, but, did not enjoy my wine. I did two flights, one white and one mixed and all the wine tasted the same. The cheese board(they were out of the charcuterie boards) was mediocre with the typical cheese you can get at a grocery store. Good nuts though. The salmon rilette was a hit though! Beautiful setting. Also big bonus that Tuesday through Thursday has Happy hour with less expensive flights of wine!