Flying Leap Vineyards in Wilcox, Arizona


What pairs well with a warm, sunny afternoon and a breathtaking view of Arizona’s beautifully rugged scenery? A glass of locally made wine, of course. In Arizona’s high deserts, three major grape-growing regions have taken root – Sonoita, Willcox, and Verde Valley. Since the 1970s, these locally made wines have earned international acclaim, won numerous awards, and have even been served in the White House. Touring Arizona’s three wine trails is an excellent opportunity to get outside, sip a fabulous wine, and admire the stunning vistas.


Wine Tours

Learn more about Arizona’s wineries and vineyards and find maps of the three major wine trails at Arizona Wine Growers Association. For an interactive map of the state’s wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms, check out the Arizona Experience Wine Map.

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Alcantara Vineyard & Winery

3445 South Grapevine
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326

Arizona Stronghold Vineyards

Visit Arizona Stronghold's Tasting Room nestled in the heart of historic Old Town Cottonwood.

1023 N. Main St.
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326

Charron Vineyards & Winery

Charron Vineyards is a small boutique winery producing hand crafted Arizona wines.

18585 S. Sonoita Highway
Vail, Arizona 85641

Sonoita Vineyards

Dr. Gordon Dutt, owner and founder of Sonoita Vineyards, is a retired soil scientist from the University of Arizona.

290 Elgin Canelo Rd
Elgin, Arizona 85611

Zarpara Vineyard

Visit the first tasting room on the Willcox Bench - an Arizona premier wine growing region, located at the vineyard just a few minutes south of historic downtown Willcox. While you are in the area, visit all of the tasting rooms in Willcox Wine Country

6777 S Zarpara Ln
Willcox, Arizona 85643

Bodega Pierce/Saeculum Cellars

Bodega Pierce highlights wines made exclusively from grapes grown at our family estate vineyard in Willcox, AZ.

4511 E. Robbs Road
Willcox, Arizona 85643

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