Touring Wineries in Phoenix, AZ
While Phoenix is not a particular host to wineries, Arizona, in general, it has several numbers of them. And if you are looking to tour the state’s best vineyards while in Phoenix, you will narrow your search to any of these spots. Information can be found here.
Carlson Creek Vineyard
This family-run operation sells fruit from its southern Arizona vineyard to several local wineries but keeps an ample supply to fill its predominantly single-varietal inventory. A tasting fee of $10 gives you five tastes of your choice and a take-home insignia glass. Consider the perennial favorite Sweet Adeline, an Arizona-grown Riesling, and the Rule of Three — a Rhone blend of grenache, syrah, and Mourvedre that impressed when co-owner Robert Carlson poured it in Paris. Read about The Best Fun Spots in Phoenix, AZ here.
This Arizona winery specializes in Rhone single-varietals Viognier, Grenache, Syrah, and Petite Sirah. Choose from three flight options, ranging from $8 to $16, that offer three or five wines representing LDV’s estate-grown grapes. The Signature Petite Sirah, Sky Island Viognier, and estate-grown syrah are good places to start.
Sorso Wine Room
While this tasting room doesn’t highlight Arizona wines, it offers a changing rotation of 32 national and international labels in nearly any increment from a taste to a full glass. The current glass list ranges from $10 to $40.
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