Javelina Leap Winery
Javelina Leap is a 10 acre estate vineyard, with a fully equipped winery and tasting room. Owner and Winemaker Rod Snapp makes his superlative wine one ton at a time, the ultimate in quality control.
Javelina Leap is located minutes outside of Sedona, Arizona in a small historic valley named Page Springs. The tasting room, winery & vineyard are located on the slopes of a volcanic mountain, overlooking the lush greenbelt of Oak Creek. The entrance is located directly across from the Arizona State Fish Hatchery and Audubon Bird Sanctuary. Look for the green building and split rail fence.
Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery is located in a valley named Page Springs for the Page family who farmed the area at the turn of the century and also for the abundance of artesian springs. Some of the original family farms and ranches still exist in the area. Another of the early settlers the Schurman family grew and sold Zinfandel wine grapes to miners in the nearby historic town of Jerome. This booming mining town was once said to be the “badest” town in the west, complete with Victorian fashions from Paris to brothels and saloons. To commemorate this special historic time Cynthia Snapp (also known as Mrs. Javelina Leap) designed the Javelina Leap tasting room after an old saloon with copper ceiling & oak bar.
Tasting Room Hours:
Open 11a.m. to 5p.m. daily
Winery tours are also available every Friday & Saturday from 11a.m. – 3p.m.
1565 Page Springs Rd., Cornville, Arizona 86325
For more information visit www.javelinaleapwinery.com