Savor the region’s remarkable flavors in our award-winning wines, craft beers and fine restaurants.
Sedona Verde Valley boasts a long agricultural history. Early settlers discovered a surprisingly verdant region; old records mention hay sales to Fort Verde, cattle drives to Flagstaff, and produce sold to miners and smelters in Jerome and Clarkdale. Keeping the spirit of this abundant ranching and farming heritage, a new agricultural cottage industry of grape growing has cropped up in close proximity to Camp Verde.
Touring wine country through Sedona Verde Valley is an easy venture. Wineries and tasting rooms entice every palate to compare the local terroir. Craft breweries and distilleries add to the offerings. The majority of the wineries are located on an easy loop through Cornville, while the remaining few are located off the main arteries between the local cities.
Many of Sedona Verde Valley’s bars and restaurants are tucked into historical buildings, offer al fresco dining with spectacular views while featuring a tempting variety of cuisines and flavors of the region. Dining in Sedona Verde Valley ranges from casual to gourmet and includes a wide variety of cuisines from tacos to sushi to traditional American food. Tucked into historic buildings and offering beautiful views, Sedona Verde Valley offers something for everyone.