Arizona’s Page Springs Cellars offers unique vineyard climate and soil characteristics

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Since their first planting in 2004, Page Springs Cellars has always been grounded in experience, truth, and quality—whether that relates to the earth in which their vines are rooted or their philosophy that wine is by the people, for the people. Stay grounded, be connected, and live for meaningful experiences.

Most importantly, trust yourself. Trust your palate.

At Page Springs Cellars, their goal is to create delicious wines that express the unique character of their landscape. They trust that their wines and winemaking convey their philosophies concerning family, education, and living life to its fullest. They believe to make great wine they must take just as much responsibility for the lands they steward as the community they live in.

Page Springs is a family. They are part of something bigger than themselves, and they know it. They can feel it, and they are proud of it. Visit their land along the river and you will see. The sheer beauty of Page Springs is undeniable and empowering.

Their Bistro menu is designed to pair with their wines. Enjoy gourmet small bites in their Tasting Room or order a picnic package and find a cozy spot on their grounds overlooking the vineyard and river.

They believe wine brings us together and helps create those little moments that add up to a life well lived. That’s why they invite you to host your next event there, from a corporate function to a birthday celebration.

Page Springs produces many of their wines from their Estate Vineyards—three northern and one southern vineyard—make up this quartet. Each site has unique climate and soil characteristics, as well as differing grape varieties that contribute to their small-lot, vineyard designate program, and their many complex blends. All are managed by their vineyard team in conjunction with their winemakers to produce wines that uniquely express the ecology of each site.

Page Springs Cellars is located at 1500 N. Page Springs Road, Cornville, AZ 86325 and open 365 days a year, Sunday–Wednesday 11am to 7pm; Thursday–Saturday 11am to 9pm. For more information visit

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Lynne Tucker is a travel writer and photojournalist based in Palm Desert.


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Lynne Tucker is a travel writer and photojournalist based in Palm Desert.

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