Est 1998

SEDONA WINE CLUB

With the Sedona Wine Club, we like to share our passion for our land, wine growing and wine making with you. Every year we open our winery doors for the Wine Club -exclusive event, the Longest Tasting. It is our hallmark event for our loyal wine friends and offers many unique culinary experiences and unforgettable moments.
This year's Longest Tasting will be hosted in the winery on Saturday, 7 November.
member benefits
  • Exclusive Member Discount of 15% off current cellar door prices.
  • Invitation to the exclusive Longest Tasting in November.
  • Preferential purchase of limited Winemaker’s Releases.

Exclusive Member Discount is not applicable to other offers.

your membership
  • Free membership.
  • Select your preferred wines.
  • Select your preferred delivery frequency.
  • Purchase a minimum of 1 dozen every 6 months.
  • Keep us informed of changes to your personal details.
Membership Application

To apply, please complete the form below. We will contact you to arrange your first Wine Club order.

Your Wine Parcel

Please select your preferred wine varieties for you wine parcel:

Whites
Reds
Winemaker's Reserve
Please select the frequency for your wine parcel delivery:2346 (Months)
Your Details




Sedona Estate respects your privacy. Your Personal details will not be shared with any third party without your permission.

Sedona Estate reserves the right to cancel your membership.

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Winemaking Philosophy

After the harvest, the grapes are taken into a winery and prepared for primary ferment. At this stage red wine making diverges from white wine making. Red wine is made from the must of red or black grapes and fermentation occurs with the grape skins, giving color.