Giorsetti’s Superior Grocery a hidden treasure in Winkelman

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Giorsetti’s Grocery has been located in the heart of the Copper Corridor for 106 years.

Giorsetti’s Superior Grocery store is one of the oldest continuously open grocery stores in Arizona and tucked away on Giffin Avenue in Winkelman, it remains a gem in the heart of the Copper Corridor. 

  In 1911 the first generation of Giorsettis, Michael and Catherine, arrived in Winkelman from Italy setting up a bakery and door-to-door delivery of those products. They raised their family at that same location expanding their business to a General store.   

  Son Provino and his wife Ruby Jean carried on the family tradition. 

  At Giorsetti’s you could find clothing, boots, dry goods, housewares, groceries and meat cut to your specification. Anything you wanted it was there. 

  The third generation of family members, William and Jeff Giorsetti, still operate the grocery. One hundred and six years in business and still counting. 

  This gives great meaning to shop local.

William Giorsetti, left, and Jeff Giorsetti continue to run their family business in Winkelman.

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