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Where is the winery located?
We are in Cornville, Arizona, about 20 minutes from Sedona and 90 minutes from Phoenix. If you’re coming from Sedona, take SR 89A south to Page Springs Road. If you’re coming from Phoenix, take I-17 north to Cornville Road, then make a right on Page Springs Road.

Do you offer tours?
Yes, we offer two tours. Reservations for each are highly recommended. Our flagship is the Winery Tour, a 1.5-hour guided experience that takes you behind-the- scenes of our winemaking process. We also offer a special 2-hour guided Vineyard Tour, which takes guests to House Mountain Vineyard for a fascinating look at the viticultural process. Click here for more information on our tours or to make a reservation.

How do I schedule a tasting?
No need to schedule anything! You can visit our Tasting Room 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We get busy on the weekends, so there might be a wait. We invite guests to explore our beautiful grounds, play bocce ball, or order food from our Picnic Window while you wait.

Does the Tasting Room serve food?
Yes. We offer gourmet fare that pairs perfectly with our wines. The Bistro’s menu is designed by our chef and available every day!

What are the Tasting Room hours?
The PSC Tasting Room is open 365 days a year. Sunday–Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Thursday to Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Is on-site parking available?
Yes, we have parking. On the weekends when we get busy, parking can be tricky. However, our friendly parking attendants will help direct you to a space. Thanks for your patience!

Are dogs welcome at PSC?
The PSC Tasting Room is NOT dog friendly however our grounds are. Around the grounds of PSC we do not provide service or tastings. Feel free to order wine and food from the Tasting Room to enjoy outdoors with your dog! We ask that you keep your dog leashed at all times and clean up after them. As per the ADA, properly trained and well controlled Service dogs are welcome in the Tasting Room.

Are children welcome at PSC?
Yes, we are family friendly! Keep in mind that we are a working winery and farm, so it’s always a good idea to keep an eye on the little ones.

Can we picnic at the winery?
Yes. Our grounds are located on the banks of Oak Creek, and we encourage guests to enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds Page Springs Cellars. You can pick up a picnic lunch and a bottle of wine from our Picnic Window.

Do you have a wine club?
Yes. Our Wine Club is open and offers several levels of membership, members-only events, access to exclusive wines, and more.

Besides wine tastings, what else is there to do at PSC?
A lot! We offer tours, live music, a gallery featuring local artists, and a full calendar of special events. Around the grounds you can enjoy bocce, chess, horseshoes, corn-hole, nature walks and bird-watching.

Where can I buy PSC wines?
You can buy our wines at the Page Springs Cellars Tasting Room located in Cornville, AZ. Also on our website. And check out our calendar of events. PSC travels all over the state to local festivals and events! And PSC wines are available at many AZ shops: reach out to our distributor Quail Distributing to find out if we’re in your favorite shop.

Does PSC ship wine?
Yes! PSC has shipping licenses in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, Texas and Washington. Place an order through our Tasting Room, online store or Wine Club and we can send wine directly to you! We can send non-wine merchandise to you anywhere on Earth!

What varietals is PSC known for?
PSC is best known for Syrah – the great grape of the Rhone Valley.

Where are the grapes grown?
Page Springs Cellars grapes mostly come from our Estate Vineyards, in Cornville. We also source grapes from other top vineyards in Arizona, such as Pillsbury, Bruzzi, Keeling-Schaefer, Deep Sky, and Coronado. Click here to learn more about where are grapes are grown.

When is the best time of the year to see the grapes on the vine? Or to see the leaves change color in the fall? 
The best time of year to see grapes on the vine is late August or early September. The vines stay green until the fruit is harvested around late September. The month of October is a good time to see the leaves change color!