Oldest Wine Country in the United States
DID YOU KNOW
Did you know that New Mexico boasts the oldest wine country in the U.S., dating back to 1629? Vines were smuggled in from Spain and planted by monks along the banks of the Rio Grande for sacramental and celebratory wines.
Explore the Wineries
There are 50 New Mexican Wineries with 1500 acres planted for grapes. You can visit the Gruet Tasting Room in downtown Santa Fe, next to the Hotel St. Frances, 210 Gaspar Avenue. Perhaps you may wish to venture out of Santa Fe to the Black Mesa Winery (Highway 6), Vivac (in Dixon, NM), Casa Abril near Budagher’s. Budaghers is a former trading post in Sandoval County, New Mexico, located on Interstate 25 half way between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Another great choice is the Estrella Del Norte Winery.
Las Brisas de Santa Fe is a great location for Northern New Mexico exploration. Think of us for vacation rentals in Santa Fe that offers short-term and long-term adobe rentals. We are the best-kept secret in Santa Fe!
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