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Cellar 433

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240 Hull Ave, Jerome, AZ 86331
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ken g wrote a review Feb 2020
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Just recently moved to new location in Jerome. Smaller place, but Tony takes great care of you as always! They don’t have all their selection of wines yet, but Tony said within the next couple of weeks they will have the others they offered in the old building.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Keith G wrote a review Jun 2019
Prescott Valley, Arizona134 contributions16 helpful votes
Nice view from either floor! We enjoyed the Chardonnay and joined the club! Tony is very good as a host. We took it upstairs as the lower level was uncomfortably warm. My son ordered the Brie wheel which was nice but could be for 2 instead of 4 people. Lovely artwork on the
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Date of experience: June 2019
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kelly r wrote a review Apr 2019
Phoenix, Arizona63 contributions11 helpful votes
Paid $12 to taste 6 wines. 4 were either 2013 vintage or older and all turning brown. A really bad attempt to sell wine that was no good. When we asked Tony why the wine was brown he said something about the grapes and the heat. I know better, it was just bad wine. I was hoping
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Response from John M, Owner at Cellar 433
Responded Apr 29, 2019
2013 is considered an aged vintage and red wines crafted to do so can age 6-8 years, (it's called "laying down" or "cellaring" (sel-er-ing) if you are new to wine. We make our wines to age and it is a pride point. No other vineyard in AZ has the grapes to pull it off. The only browning wine is the port which is to be expected, they are over 15 years old, (desirable and termed "Tawny", (TAW-nee). Please also note, we do not fine our reds, another craft choice. Aging wine will display a "brickish colored" rim, (brik-ish) usually beginning in the 4th-5th year. Again, if you are new to wine these are terms you can look up in any wine book. The more you learn about wine, you will come to understand the subtleties and nuances of good wine and artisan wine making versus the $15, mass produced wines found on grocery store shelves. Our many wine club members from all over the country would disagree with your opinion. I stand behind our choices in Old-world style wine making. We do not mass produce pancake syrup and never will. More refined palates will judge a wine on it's merits and typicity. Your assessment is amateur and we hope that one day you will better understand wine and wine making.
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dcpacker wrote a review Mar 2019
Medina, Ohio404 contributions101 helpful votes
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Tony provided a really nice tasting to the four of us. We were upstairs (main floor) as the downstairs tasting room was closed. We tried a combination of white and red wines in our tasting flights, and bought two bottles and one red wine souvenir glass. I would recommend this
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Kimpia wrote a review Dec 2018
Prescott Valley, Arizona490 contributions61 helpful votes
The sommelier recommended a couple of red wines from France since he did not have an open bottle of Merlot. He told me the names of the grapes and I didn't recognize any of them. I did not care for either of the reds I tasted although they sounded nice and fancy and enjoyable.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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