When traveling to Arizona, a person doesn't normally set out to tour wineries. Over the past number of years, the wineries have grown and matured and there are some wineries around Sedona making some well crafted wines. This winery is not one of them. It might have had some good wines a few years ago, but the time has passed. I planned on visiting this winery because of the Garlic grown by the winery. The vineyard is very hard to find, not well kept, and grapes are no longer grown on the vineyard to make wine. Upon agreeing to a tasting, the winemaker took red and white wine from a bar fridge for the tasting - that should have been the first clue. It went downhill from there. There is no restaurant at this winery and you can take a pass on this destination when planning your wine tour as there are many better locations in the area to visit.
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