Explore Sedona From Scottsdale With AZ Wine Wagon’s New Sip n’ See Experience

AZ Wine Wagon is ready to have you thinking, “Another glass? Wine not?!?”

AZ Wine Wagon, the unique winery shuttle, has launched a new Sip n’ See Sedona experience. Experience the allure of Sedona and immerse yourself in the area’s arts, culture and wineries through the carefully curated itinerary planned with AZ Wine Wagon Co-Founders and wine enthusiasts Candie Guay and Stephen Roach. Explore the breathtaking red rock vistas, art, culture, music and, of course, wine.

The one-of-a-kind day trip leaves North Scottsdale at 9 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and transports riders through the picturesque, awe-inspiring views of Sedona and Northern Arizona before returning to North Scottsdale around 6 p.m. Beginning in Uptown Sedona, visitors can explore the area’s shops, museums and breathtaking red rock views. The tour continues at the internationally acclaimed Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village, which is authentically modeled after a traditional Mexican village, before concluding at the serene Alcantara Vineyards, where 20,000 vines and 17 varietals are grown.

“We wanted to create a unique experience that combines the best of Sedona—its vibrant arts scene, natural beauty, and, of course, fantastic wineries,” says Guay. “AZ Wine Wagon is a journey that bends culture, relaxation, and the joy of discovering excellent wines.” 

The luxury hop-on, hop-off bus ride has taken the Valley by storm, becoming a beloved activity for friends, families, special events and more. Riders follow four simple steps: book a seat, jump on, travel, hop back on. AZ Wine Wagon provides the luxury ride and any wine or tastings are purchased separately at each location visited.

Riders have the opportunity to visit three of four wineries during the Verde Valley and Cottonwood rides, including: Alcantara Vineyard, expanded on above; Javelina Leap, a family-operated and premium boutique winery that’s only minutes away from Sedona; Cove Mesa Tasting Room, a ultra-premium winery focused on small production wines; and Page Spring Cellars, a scenic vineyard with creekside picnic tables, tasting rooms, a bistro and guided tours. Take note that Page Springs Cellars is not featured on every tour. 

For more information about AZ Wine Wagon and the Sip n’ See Sedona experience, visit www.azwinewagon.com.

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