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Clear Creek Vineyard & Winery

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Clear Creek Vineyard & Winery

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4053 E State Route 260, Camp Verde, AZ 86322-6047
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One-Hour Jeep Tour and Winery Tour Combo in Camp Verde

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This tour combines an off-road jeep adventure at Alcantara Vineyards, just south of Flagstaff, with a premium wine tasting. Ride a four-wheel drive jeep along off-road desert trails and visit the popular Verde Valley winery to sample local wines. Upgrade to include a horseback ride and lunch.
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mctraveler80 wrote a review Apr 2020
64 contributions11 helpful votes
Best wine in Az hands down. My fiancé and I stopped here our first weekend away together. He was just pretending to love wine for my benefit, we bought a case and have been celebrating all of our special moments with it since. Love it so much I had to include it in our engagement photo shoot.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ruth M wrote a review Feb 2020
Phoenix, Arizona343 contributions71 helpful votes
It was a delight to find not only a tasting room, but a tasting room on the vineyard! So many grapes are grown elsewhere but these were not. We got to chat with the owner and winemaker himself. The wines were good and we would definitely go back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sara W wrote a review Sep 2019
Shakopee, Minnesota390 contributions22 helpful votes
This is a unique winery. They are probably one of the only Estate wineries in AZ and they are small, growing all there grapes on only 8 acres but it shows in the quality of the wine. When you drive in go to the right, it's the building over there with the chairs in front of it. The tasting is extremely informative teaching you all about grapes and growing. We learned things we never knew. Honestly that was worth the tasting price, wine was just a bonus. It is a very small building so know that when you show up, but you have to check this place out.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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knuckles2 wrote a review Aug 2019
Phoenix, Arizona170 contributions55 helpful votes
Visited in August--have driven by for years while hiking but always missed it being open. Lucked out and got to do a tasting just before they closed on a Saturday. Lovely wines, nice outdoor patio that is dog-friendly, and we enjoyed chatting with the staff on duty. Purchased 2 bottles--we found the Gran Rojas and Malbec especially nice.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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osugal82 wrote a review May 2019
Vail, Arizona34 contributions18 helpful votes
We spent a day in Prescott and decided to venture over to this winery because of the good reviews on TripAdvisor. We were definitely deceived! We drove about an hour out of our way to get there, and then an hour back. Definitely not worth the time :-(. Unless you happen to be passing by, I would not take the time to go out of your way to go to this winery. Even if you are passing by, I'm not sure I would stop here. I've tasted wine at wineries all over the world (some very, very small) and visiting a winery is as much about the atmosphere as it is about tasting the wine. I'd say the wines here were ok, but the atmosphere is quite poor. While the server was very nice and knowledgeable about the wines, he was the only person serving wine and definitely needed some help. We settled on sitting at a table outside, since the inside tasting room had a lot of people in it already and was a bit tight. The place needs a LOT of attention to the grounds. It looked like the outside patio and furniture hadn't been swept or attended to in quite some time. The building itself and the surrounding areas also need some attention. But worst of all, is the location of the restrooms, which were a pair of port-a-potties that are situated right outside the door of the winery and adjacent to the patio tables. These port-a-potties are very nice ones, but the stench was awful and the proximity/location is terrible. Literally about 3 feet from the entrance to the tasting room and patio. Every time someone went to the bathroom, we were accosted with the odor coming from them. Someone left the door open and the smell was so bad, I had to go and close the door in order to be able to tolerate sitting on the patio. We tried to enjoy the wines, but it was difficult under these circumstances. In addition, the wines were not served at proper temperatures. It was clear that all the whites and roses had been sitting out all day and were pretty much at room temperature rather than being chilled. This made for quite a poor tasting experience of the whites. I live in Vail AZ, near Sonoita/Elgin wine country. I have heard that the Verde Valley wines are some of the best in the state, so wanted to venture over there to taste them. If you want to have a nice wine tasting experience, venture over to Sonoita/Elgin instead. The wines as well as the scenery and tasting rooms are far better. My recommendations are Charron, Deep Sky and Rune. Beautiful views, lovely tasting rooms AND great wines! I won't be going back to the Verde Valley anytime soon.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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