New Mexico: America’s First Wine Country
Step into the southwest where wine tasting is nothing short of enchanting. New Mexico has been a proud producer of grapes for more than 400 years starting with mission grapes brought by Spanish Colonists from New Spain. The Colonists, whose travelers included Monks, needed wine for their daily mass, which lead them to plant a variety of wine grapes in the fertile New Mexican soils.
Today, New Mexico remains a vibrant wine region containing an incredible variety of vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms amidst the low and high-desert vistas of the state.
The Rich History of NM Wine
New Mexico has been a proud producer of grapes for over 400 years, since the arrival of Spanish colonists and their “mission” grapes.
Featuring over 30 family-owned and operated vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms where a variety of locally-crafted wines are produced for all palates.
Spanning the Land of Enchantment
Our wineries span the breadth of New Mexico’s beautiful geography. From Las Cruces and Deming in the south, up to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and over to Farmington you’ll discover wines that speak to the varying terroir.