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Caduceus Cellars

Caduceus Cellars Caduceus Cellars is a small production family owned and operated winery. As enticing as it may be, our current limited production doesn't allow us to entertain International Distribution. And only a handful of our blends are available for National distribution in select territories. Look out for Arizona Stronghold, our Sister Winery, for more extensive distribution, both Domestically and internationally.


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158 Main Street, Jerome, AZ, US, 86331 Email:
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The Trickster. The Shape Shifter. The ever elusive shadow who mutates with the Sun and Moon. One year a Dragon, another a Snake. This is our Mystery blend. Think forest, not trees. Think weather, not rain. Stare and the CHUPACABRA, who dwells in your heart and not in your head, will vanish. Only a True Alchemist can draw holy blood from a stone, and the CHUPACABRA is his opus, his phoenix, his cherub, his child.
  Merkin Vineyards Lei Li Rose'
Arizona Rose' aka Pink blend. Light summer wine. Zinfandel base with Cab Sav, Sangio, Grenache blend from Bonita Springs Vineyard and Arizona Stronghold Vineyards in Southern Arizona. SILVER Medal AWGA Wine Growers Rose' 2010. 200 cases produced. REMINDER! Wine is a perishable product. Despite all precautions, you do buy at your own risk and there are no refunds or returns on wines
  Merkin Vineyards Shinola
Merlot Cab Sav blend. Never mind what Myles has to say about Merlot. There's a reason it makes up some of the worlds finest wines. This is the last year of our California Shinola. Limited quantities. REMINDER! Wine is a perishable product. Despite all precautions, you do buy at your own risk and there are no refunds or returns on wines
  Nagual de la NAGA
This is our Cab Sav & Sangiovese blend. Aroma like a new world Tuscan meets old world Brunello. It’s confident and understated with subtle raspberries, lychees, and cherry pie filling on the nose and subtle tannins on the palate. This wine is so perfectly balanced and integrated that it’s difficult to identify one element over the other. A bold statement, I know. But it’s my party and I’ll boast if I want to.
  Nagual del SENSEI
Divine Mouth feel. The years SENSEI is far less French than the 04 and much more Pope Valley. This bruiser will most likely outlive its maker.
  Primer Paso
A Syrah with a touch of Malvasia Bianca and Muscat. More delicate and perfumed than the 2004, this years Primer Paso 2005 is a bit a more sophisticated. Wet campfire smoke, orange peel, tangerines, pomegranate, and a hint of green melon on the nose. Milky and silky mouth feel with a spicy orange pekoe, orange cream-sickle finish. Enjoy this now. Don’t wait. It goes well with almost anything including but not limited to fresh popcorn with truffle salt. Seriously.


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