Situated near Old Town amongst natural washes and manicured trails, The Vineyards at Cottonwood was designed to provide a sense of place that is rooted in Cottonwood’s small-town qualities and central presence in the Arizona wine community. With charming architecture and intimate, garden spaces, The Vineyards aims to offer everything one needs to be oneself. Life here is a life well-lived.
Nestled between canyons, Cottonwood is a town one stumbles upon. Its vibrancy encourages the spirit and offers respite. We are discoverers, creators, seekers and doers… and we would not wish to be anywhere else but here.
Lying in the river valley between the mountains of Sedona and Jerome, Cottonwood’s central location means that the ski slopes of Flagstaff and Phoenix shops are within easy reach.
Active Life: Our moderate climate makes it easy to enjoy year-round, outdoor recreation. Everyone has a passion, and chances are, we have a club for that.
Culture: The continued growth of the Verde Valley wine industry and Medical Center have catalyzed Cottonwood. Old Town on Main Street is a vibrant core, backed by a community that is committed to preserving its unique environment and character.
Amenities: Cottonwood has grown tremendously over the past decade, and its host of amenities make it a hub for the Verde Valley. In addition to a healthy core of local businesses, one finds many recognizable names.
Service Providers: Cottonwood stands out for its careful growth planning, which ensures that infrastructure stays a few steps ahead of demand. Its successes have not gone unnoticed. In 2015, the League of Arizona Cities and Towns named Cottonwood the “Sustainable Economic Growth City of the Decade.” The town was celebrated for its focus on solar energy and reclaimed water.
Wine: Cottonwood is the Heart of the Arizona Wine Country. There are over twenty vineyards and tasting rooms within a 6-mile radius of Old Town, and the Yavapai College Wine Program is being developed as the premier academic center for viticulture and enology in the Southwest. The Verde Valley’s volcanic soil and mild winters provide ideal conditions, similar to the winemaking regions of France and Italy.