The Flavors of Historic Jerome Wine Tour in Cornville, AZ

1200 AZ-89ASedona, AZ 86336
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Overview

Relish varied wine samples from up to four wineries in historic Jerome, including the first vineyard in Northern Arizona, Echo Canyon. During the four-hour tour, guests also have the opportunity to capture the scenic views and discover the local ships, eclectic architecture, bars, unique art galleries, and more that Jerome has to offer. There is even a haunted hotel for those who dare.

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Sedona Travel Experts
  • Hotel-pick is available for this tour.
  • On this tour, you can sample wines from Echo Canyon, the first Vineyard in Northern Arizona!
  • The tour is approximately 4 hours.
  • It’s not suggested to bring children, but it is allowed.

Description

from The Flavors of Historic Jerome Wine Tour
This tour is for those that not only want to sample local wines but revel in the landscape and local history of the area. We begin your tour by picking you up at your hotel in Sedona and then heading through Old Town Cottonwood, Clarkdale and into historic Jerome.

Prior to Arizona becoming a state in 1912, Jerome was one of the wildest towns in Arizona. At one time, it had the largest copper mines in the state. The copper mines closed down in 1959. Many say there is more vertical depth to Jerome than horizontal with all the mineshafts still in existence throughout Cleopatra Hill.

When the mines were in full operation, the population in Jerome was once 15,000 but now the town has dwindled to just 500 residents. Do not let that fool you in terms of its character. Jerome is a happening town with great restaurants (our favorite is The Haunted Hamburger), interesting and unique galleries, unusual architecture, historic buildings, a “sliding” jail, a haunted hotel, an interesting mining museum, two cool bars in which to meet the real locals and several wine tasting rooms.

On this tour, you have the opportunity to sample wines from Echo Canyon,
the first vineyard in Northern Arizona. And if you are a fan of the
band's Tool, Pucifer, or A Perfect Circle, you will want to visit James
Maynard Keenan’s place Caduceus Cellars.

Cellar 433 has an incredible selection of both red and white wines, ports, and sparkling wines, with one of the most magnificent views around. Another wine tasting room to visit is Passion Cellars, which has reds, whites and something a little different – agave wines.

This 4-hour tour allows you to sample wines from up to four different wine
tastings rooms as well as enjoy the shops and restaurants of Jerome.

Note: If your tour runs later than your scheduled time or you choose to
extend your tour, you are responsible for the added time at our normal
rates.

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Frequently Asked Questions about The Flavors of Historic Jerome Wine Tour

Is the tour appropriate for children?
You may bring children on all the tours we offer. We suggest leaving them at the hotel if possible or having another member of your party watch them so you get the most out of your tour with us. Children 20 and under are free.

If I want to go longer than the allocated time for the tour, may I do so?
Absolutely. Often our customers are having so much fun on our tours that they wish to extend their tour. We are happy to do so for you. In these cases, our rate is just $35 per person per hour.

Is transportation included?
Yes, hotel pick-up is available.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

How long is the tour?
4 hours (approximately.

What’s included in my experience?
Included in the tour are Vineyard tour options, pay for wine tastings yourself as you go, complimentary digital photos, and bottled water.

Can I bring my pet?
Absolutely. Most places we go to are very much dog-friendly. Select places that do serve food require that dogs are service dogs to go inside. In those situations, you may choose to have your dog sit in our vehicle, or our guides can stay with your animal while you enjoy your wines.