Fire Mountain Wines

History

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Forged by Fire and Climbing the Mountain

The history of Fire Mountain Wines is rich in tradition. In most Tribal cultures fire represents the hearth, the community gathering and celebration after a successful hunt or harvest. It’s where people share meals, stories and collective memories that help reinforce our connection as kindred spirits to life itself. We remain committed to climbing the wine industry mountain by producing small batch specialty wines for our tasting room and palette appealing wines for wholesale distribution. Since our founding in 2011 we’ve aimed to create a space that encourages bonding among friends and a natural evolution in the ancient art of wine making. Our Old Town Cottonwood wine tasting room, in the heart of the Verde Valley Wine Trail, is the largest space in the area, so groups of friends can gather in a relaxed, unrushed place away from home. It’s a great space to reserve for your special event or party.

We’ve brought the flavors of the Southwest—big, bold varietals and one of the largest selections of white wines in the region—to Old Town Cottonwood for you to enjoy. We also have wines that are sold throughout Arizona in specialty stores, fine dining restaurants and boutique hotels. When you open a bottle of Fire Mountain, we hope you experience this connection to your loved ones, to the Southwest and Mother Earth that produced our wine. Feel the Fire, Climb the Mountain, Drink the Wine! You can bring the spirit of Fire Mountain into your home as a wine club member. You’re welcome to learn more here.