The heart of Northern Arizona’s wine country.

Introducing you to local wines, wine-growers and vineyards against the majestic red rock scenery that gives the area it’s unique energy. Soak in the lushious views and explore award winning wines for a unique and unforgettable experience by Bliss.

What’s Included?

Guided Tour

There is no better way to experience Arizona’s wine country than with a knowledgeable tour guide. Enjoy insider tips straight from a local. How long is the tour? 6 hour tour.

3-4 Vineyards

Appreciate multiple vineyards and wineries on your tour, soaking up individual experiences each provide at a relaxed pace. Arizona wineries produce award winning wines and have been served at the White House.

Gourmet Snack

Each person receives an individual charcuterie board with 4 artisan cheeses, Italian dried salami, grapes, nuts, French baguettes, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, eclectic chocolates and bottled water.

Select the flights, bottles or glasses of wine with Bliss' exclusive discounts at some of the wineries. Tasting fees average $13 at each winery and may include a souvenir glass. After your day of pampering, Bliss chauffeurs you back to your location in Sedona.

Wineries & Vineyards

Perfect for birthday parties, anniversaries, corporate events and date night. Enjoy alcoholic beverages as we travel to and from each winery in luxury transportation. Depending on availability, we can also include a tour of the barrel room and wine making process at Javelina Leap Vineyards. Start times are between 10:30 am and Noon.

Page Springs Cellars

Page Springs Cellars

Alcantara Vineyards

Alcantara Vineyards

DA Ranch

DA Ranch

Oak Creek Vineyards

Javelina Leap Vineyards

Javelina Leap Vineyards

Tips

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If you intend to purchase multiple bottles of wine on your Bliss tour, invest in a carriage box to transport your bottles safely.

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Avoid coffee or chewing gum as it will affect your palate. Also stay away from heavy perfumes or lotions and if you’re a smoker, rinse your mouth out thoroughly before wine tasting. Smell is strongly connected to taste.

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Sample new brands. Don’t limit yourself to your regular favorites. Explore the local wines and discover regional specialties.

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Drink water and eat food. Alcohol is dehydrating, so drink water in between your wine tastings. Water will also help to prevent “red-wine teeth”. Eat beforehand and remember to eat throughout your tour. An empty stomach will lead to getting drunk quickly and preventing you from enjoying the rest of your tour.

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Wear dark clothing and comfortable shoes. A spill is bound to happen and dark clothing is great at hiding red wine. If you plan to relax at one of the wineries outdoor patios, bring a hat and sunglasses. The Arizona sun can be intense. Bring layers. Temperatures in wine country vary significantly in the late afternoon and evenings.