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Winery in Willcox, Arizona
Welcome to Keeling Schaefer Vineyards.
At 5000 feet above sea level, the summer climate of warm, sunny days and cool, high desert nights combines with the unique rhyolite volcanic soils and hands-on winemaking to create Arizona’s finest wines.
We produce estate grown and bottled Rhone-styled wines on our 21 acres of vineyards located along Rock Creek on the western slope of the Chiricahua Mountains in far southeastern Arizona. Our wines have been featured and reviewed in Arizona Highways, Arizona Republic, Cusine of Arizona, Growing, the Wall Street Journal and are some of the highest scored Arizona wines by Wine Spectator and Tastings.com.
Visit our Willcox Tasting Room! Located in the historic 1917 Willcox Bank and Trust building, our tasting room is at 154 North Railroad Avenue in downtown Willcox. OPEN 11AM-5PM, EVERY DAY!. 520-766-0600. We keep the tasting room at a wine and taster friendly 66 degrees!
Current release tastings are $7 and include a commemorative glass, $5 with your own glass.
Visit us – and explore the Willcox area and the Chiricahua Mountains
For a Complete Tasting Guide of Willcox Wine Country, Visit: willcoxwinecountry.org
Make plans to visit Keeling Schaefer Vineyards’ Willcox Tasting Room. Our tasting room is located in the historic 1917 Willcox Bank and Trust building. Open Wednesday-Sunday, 11-5, Kathleen Benyak, Sonia Latimer, Kristen Hale and Jim Brower serve all of our wines, including the limited releases, at 154 N Railroad Avenue in downtown Willcox. Call 520-766-0600. Current release tastings are $7 and include a commemorative glass. We share a glass program with Carlson Creek, Coronado, Pillsbury, Passion Cellars, Flying Leap, Aridus, Golden Rule, Bodega Pierce and Zarpara wineries. Bring-in one of their glasses and tasting is $5.
When you see the natural beauty that surrounds the Willcox area and our vineyard in the Chiricahua foothills, you’ll want to experience more than the wine.
Our area is well known because of the wide range of wildlife that can be seen while hiking or driving. Birders come here from all around the world to get a glimpse of some of the rare birds that frequent the diverse habitats of this area. In the winter this is one of the best areas to spot Sandhill Cranes. In the summer this is one of the two areas in the U.S. to see the Elegant Trogon.
Visits to the vineyard are available to club members and larger private groups by appointment only.
Please contact Jan at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520.824.2500
154 N Railroad Ave
- (520) 766-0600