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Keeling Schaefer Vineyards Willcox Tasting Room

Make plans to visit Keeling Schaefer Vineyards Willcox Tasting Room! Our tasting room is located in the historic 1917 Willcox Bank and Trust building. Restored by Rod Keeling and Jan Schaefer in 2009 and opened in March of 2010, the Willcox Bank was a community bank that served SE Arizona until 1933.

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Four current release tastings are $8 and include a commemorative glass. We share a glass program with Birds and Barrels, Carlson Creek, Coronado, Pillsbury, Golden Rule, Bodega Pierce and Zarpara wineries. Bring-in one of their glasses and tasting is $5. (Note: The glass program in not available at this time due to COVID19 protocols. Check with the tasting room for updates.)

Make your Tasting Room Reservation with Open Table

Make sure we have room in our tasting room for you and your party when you plan your visit! Open Table is simple and free to use and gives you the peace-of-mind that your Willcox Wine Country visit will be a great experience.

Explore the Chiricahua Monument

One of the National Park Service’s best Monuments, Chiricahua, hopefully to be elevated to Park status soon, is a stunning natural wonder and should be on everyone’s bucket list.

Along with the geological nature of the park, Chiricahua is well known because of the wide range of wildlife that can be seen while hiking or driving. Rare Coatimundi, Ring-Tail Cats, Javalina, Coues Deer, Black Bears, Bobcats, Cougars and Jaguars roam the park and the rest of the Chiricahuas. Birders come here from all around the world to get a glimpse of some of the rare birds that frequent the diverse habitats of this area. In the winter this is one of the best areas to spot thousands of Sandhill Cranes in flight. In the summer this is one of the two areas in the U.S. to see the Elegant Trogon.

Visit the Chiricahua National Monument

Area Attractions & Accommodations

Stay with our friends and your hosts, Rob and Sharon, at their new guesthouse Sunglow Retreat. Located on a little horse rescue ranch along Cottonwood Creek, nestled in the Foothills of the Chiracahua Mountains.   520-824-3153

In Willcox we suggest the Sure Stay by Best Western, the Arizona Sunset Inn and the Holiday Inn Express.

The Amerind Foundation, a Native American Archeology Museum and learning center in Dragoon, is a great stop to explore.

Stay with our friends on Turkey Creek, John and Julia Kirk, at the Dream Catcher B&B. Only one mile from the vineyard.

Willcox local favorite! Apple Annie’s Orchard

Don’t forgot to visit Historic Bisbee. Dine with Rod Kass and all our friends at Cafe Roka in Bisbee.