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About Us

About Bruzzi Vineyard

Bruzzi Vineyard is based in scenic Young, Arizona with a tasting room in Superior, Arizona. We grow exceptional wine grapes and craft them into incredible wines. Stop by either location for exceptional, or sample our acclaimed dining at our Young location. We look forward to seeing you soon!

About Our Owner

James Bruzzi is the owner of Bruzzi Vineyard. A graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island with a bachelor's degree in International Hotel and Tourism Management, James has launched several businesses before his current venture ranging from coffee shops to landscaping. James loves to travel and also participates in recurring volunteer work in Haiti at every opportunity. James brings a passion for agriculture and customer service to lead the team at Bruzzi Vineyard.

About Young, Arizona

The little town of Young is one of Arizona's best kept secrets. Located in a beautiful alpine valley in the shadow of the Mogollon Rim, we are connected to the outside world by dirt roads and completely surrounded by the Tonto National Forest. Encompassing a diverse history, Young was the setting for the Pleasant Valley war and the surrounding area has many Native American ruins dating back to the Anasazi. With our rural character, cozy accommodations, rich history and variety of outdoor activities, Young is an ideal place to spend a day, a week, or a lifetime!

About Superior, Arizona

Nestled between the magical mountains of Apache Leap and Picket Post on U.S. Highway 60, Superior is known for its rich history in mining dating back to the 1800's. Home to a world renowned living botanical museum, Boyce Thompson Arboretum. The story of Superior is one of transformation, hidden treasure, and diversity. Even before this land was named Superior it has always been a place of connection and trading, a place on the fringes, and a place where people have been have been surprised and cherished what they have discovered here.