Made In Utah - Moab
These products and services have unique ties to Utah and have become iconic in their respective categories. While traveling in Utah we encourage you to seek out and try local products. They will add rich variety to your visit.
Castle Creek Winery
Located at Red Cliffs Lodge, on the Colorado River east of Moab, Castle Creek Winery produces fine wines from local grapes. The beverages are sold locally and throughout the region.
"Adding a decidedly civilized tone to the Wild West; Castle Creek Winery, the largest in Utah, offers daily wine tasting. The tasting room is large and inviting - the length of the bar is likely to guarantee there will be room for you, even in our busiest times."
To reach the winery drive to Mile Marker 14 along Highway 128.
The Brewery has become a Moab landmark. It offers a full restaurant plus locally-produced ales and fresh gelato.
"Moab Brewery is proud to be Moab’s only microbrewery. The beautiful and unique landscape in and around Moab provides inspiration for our fresh, hand-crafted ales."
The Brewery is located at 686 South Main, Moab, Utah.
Spanish Valley Vineyards
"Spanish Valley Vineyards and Winery is a small farm winery owned and operated by the Dezelsky Family where they grow and produce Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Gewurztraminer and Riesling wines in the heart of Utah's Red Rock Canyonlands."
The winery welcomes visitors and offers a tasting room. It is located just off Highway 191, 6 miles south of Moab. Just take Stocks Drive to Zimmerman Lane.
Tom Till Photography
If you see a gorgeous photograph showing an iconic image from Utah's red rock country, there is a good chance it was taken by legendary photography Tom Till. The self-taught photography craftsman started as a high school English teacher in Iowa before becoming captivated by America's desert Southwest.
Tom has a gallery where you can buy some of his most popular books and images. It is located at 61 North Main, Moab, Utah.
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