New Mexico: America’s First Wine Country
Step into the southwest where wine tasting is enchanting and build memories with the families of New Mexico vineyards! New Mexico has been a proud producer of grapes for well over 400 years starting with mission grapes brought by a band of Spanish Colonists from New Spain. The Colonists, whose travelers including Monks, needed wine for their daily mass which lead them to plant a variety of wine grapes in 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 WineNew Mexico has been a proud producer of grapes for over 400 years, since the arrival of Spanish colonists and their “mission” grapes
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Passionately ProducedFeaturing over 30 family owned and operated vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms producing an variety of locally crafted wines for all palates
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Spanning the Land of EnchantmentOur wineries are situated across the breadth of the beautiful geography of New Mexico, from Las Cruces and Deming in the south, to the main centers of Albuquerque and Santa Fe, Up to Farmington and the northern climes
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The Santa Fe Wine Festival at Rancho De Las Golondrinas
This year we celebrate the 22nd Annual Santa Fe Wine Festival at El Rancho de las Golondrinas museum in Santa Fe! This boutique festival is a partnership with the New Mexico Wine Country and features the best of New Mexico Wines. We are proud to feature an original work by Kathleen Frank as the 2015 poster artist. Enjoy tasting and buying local wines, great fresh foods, music and entertainment, craft vendors and rich New Mexico history all under the shade of cottonwood trees, nestled in the unique setting of Las Golondrinas, New Mexico’s Living History Museum.