Verde Valley Wine Consortium


The VVWC is a Wine Producers’ Trade Organization
that Promotes, Enhances and Connects Every Part of
the Wine Community in the Verde Valley

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Our Vision

The Verde Valley Wine Consortium assists in creating, nurturing and advancing the Verde Valley as a significant and important wine region – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally – in every aspect of winemaking, wine culture, wine education and wine tourism.


Meet the 2016 Board of Directors

Tom Schumacher, President

Paula Woolsey, Vice President

Alexandra Helm, Secretary

Kim Koistinen, Treasurer


Eden Archer

Ted Ferring

Randy Garrison

Bill Anderson

Mitch Levy

Daniel Wood


Presence in the Community

Yavapai College Verde Valley Campus is cultivating a bright and sustainable future for Northern Arizona’s emerging grape and wine industry. The College is a partner in the movement to strengthen and transform Yavapai County’s rural economy by building on the momentum of the emerging wine industry.

The Southwest Wine Center

The Southwest Wine Center, on the Verde Valley campus in Clarkdale, Arizona, will be the premier academic center supporting wine growers throughout the southwest US. The Center will serve as a hub of education, research and rural economic development activity designed to support a young viticulture industry in achieving its potential as a significant US wine producing region.

Arizona Wine Growers Association

The Arizona Wine Growers Association (AWGA) serves grape growers and winemakers in Arizona, allying its members for representation, promotion and education. The association strives to advance with integrity the sustainable growth and production of authentic Arizona-grown wines.

Painted Barrel Trail

Celebrate the Verde Valley’s wine industry and its local artists with the Painted Barrel Trail.

Verde Valley Wine Trail

Located in beautiful Northern Arizona, the Verde Valley Wine Trail invites wine enthusiasts to experience a destination rich in history, beauty, and the production of exquisite Arizona wines.


Membership & Benefits

Whether you own a winery, grow wine grapes or have another interest in the success of the Verde Valley wine industry, there are many great reasons to become a member of the Verde Valley Wine Consortium.

Join the Verde Valley Wine Consortium, Support the wine industry and receive in return:

  • Members Activities
  • Members Discounts
  • Exposure for Your Business
  • Wineries and Wine Related Business Listings
  • Regular e-Blasts and Quarterly Member Meetings
  • Symposium, Wine Events and More

By becoming a member you will be contributing to a pool of resources that support:

  • Marketing Programs that build awareness of the Verde Valley as a premium wine region, ultimately stimulating interest and demand for Arizona wines and wine grapes.
  • Promotional Programs that attract tourism and generate traffic through Verde Valley’s wineries, tasting rooms, restaurants, hotels and shops.
  • Education and research programs that help members to produce the best quality product and give the best service and educational opportunities to the community.
  • Legislative Support to protect member property rights, water rights, rights to farm, sustainability


You can sign up at any of our events or quarterly meetings,

Download a Membership Application

or email us at — It’s that easy!


The Wine Industry


Alcantara Vineyard & Winery
3445 S Grapevine Way
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
(928) 649-8463

Arizona Stronghold
1023 N Main Street
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
(928) 639-2789

Burning Tree Cellars
1040 N Main Street
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
(928) 649-TREE (8733)

Caduceus Cellars
158 Main Street
Jerome, Arizona 86331
(928) 639-WINE


Cellar 433
240 Hull Street
Jerome, Arizona 86331
(928) 634-7033

Chateau Tumbleweed
907 Main Street
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
(928) 649-2007



Four Eight Wineworks
907 Main Street
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
(928) 649-2007

Freitas Vineyards
(928) 639-9568

Iniquus Cellars
907 Main Street
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
(928) 649-2007

Javelina Leap Vineyard
1565 Page Springs Road
Cornville, Arizona 86325
(928) 649-2681

Oak Creek Vineyards
1555 Page Springs Road
Cornville, Arizona 86325
(928) 649-0290

Page Springs Cellars
1500 Page Springs Road
Cornville, Arizona 86325
(928) 639-3004

Pillsbury Wine Company North
1012 N Main Street
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
(928) 639-0646

Prescott Winery
216 N Alarcon Street
Prescott, Arizona 86301
(928) 350-8467

Saeculum Cellars
907 Main Street
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
(928) 649-2007

Southwest Wine Center
Yavapai College Verde Campus
601 Black Hills Drive
Clarkdale, Arizona 86324
(928) 634-7501


A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world

— Louis Pasteur


Verde Valley Wine Consortium

Partner Business Members and Not For Profit Members

Abbie’s Kitchen

Arizona Adobe Group Realty:

AZ Communications Group:

Arizona Wine Tours

Blazin’ M Ranch: Blazin’ M Ranch

Wes and Christina Brownfield

Burning Tree Cellars: Burning Tree Cellars

Caduceus Cellars: Caduceus Cellars

Chaine des Rotisseurs Sedona:

Chino Valley High School:

Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce:

Cottonwood Economic Development Council:

Cliff Castle Casino: Cliff Castle Casino

Crema Cafe

Enchantment Resort:

Flying Eagle Country Bed and Breakfast:

Grand Canyon Winery

Harry Haff

Iniquus Cellars: Iniquus Cellars

Interview with You Joseph Montedonico, PLC:

Keep Sedona Beautiful:

KPPV Travel Radio USA: AZ Hometown Radio

Lawrence Duhnam Vineyards: Lawrence Dunhan Vineyards

Loven Contracting: Loven Contracting

Made in Arizona Wine and Gift

Olde’s Farm and Vineyard

Passion Cellars

Prescott Winery

Revelation Wines

Sedona Adventure Tours:

Sedona Arts Center:

Sedona Chamber of Commerce:

Sedona Wine and Beer Company

Sedona Winefest:

Summit Industries

Sustainable Building Solutions

Sustainable Packaging Solutions

Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders:

Vintage Grille:

Wine Cellar

Yavapai College: Yavapai Community College

Yavapai College Foundation: Yavapai College Foundation

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