Guide to Wineries in New Mexico


Summer is here! It’s time to break out the wine glasses and prepare for those perfect New Mexico evenings.

Did you know that New Mexico has a wine history dating back almost 400 years? New Mexico vintners have perfected the art of winemaking, and it’s time for us to enjoy the fruits of their labor. With more than 50 wineries and tasting rooms in the state, we’ve compiled a guide of wineries you can visit this summer.

Wineries in Albuquerque

D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro

901 Rio Grande Blvd. NW #B100

If wine paired with a great dinner is what you’re looking for, try D.H. Lescombes (formerly St. Clair Winery & Bistro). With an amazing menu and two beautiful patios, this winery is a perfect place for date night or girls’ night out! St. Clair Wines are delicious to have at home as well. They rebranded, and we love the beautiful new look of their labels!

Casa Rondeña Winery

733 Chavez Rd.

Want to see where your wine comes from before it makes it to your glass? Casa Rondeña Winery may be your pick. Drive through the vineyard on your way to a gorgeous patio and a delicious restaurant! Pro Tip: ask about the 1629 Club while you’re here.

Gruet Winery

8400 Pan American Freeway N.E.

If you’re looking for a more traditional wine-tasting outing, Gruet Winery is your place. Gruet Winery focuses on sparkling wines so bring on the bubbly!

Noisy Water Winery

301 Romero St.

Located in the heart of Old Town, this is a perfect place to taste a variety of wines on a summer afternoon. Try the cheese plate with Relleno Bros. Salsa if you’re in the mood for a snack with your wine.

Sheehan Winery

1544 Cerro Vista Rd. SW.

Practically next door to Noisy Water, Sheehan Winery is a natural next stop while in Old Town. One of my favorite things about Sheehan was the person behind the pour.
The team at Sheehan is passionate about you experiencing the wine, not just tasting it.

Vara Winery & Distillery

315 Alameda Blvd. NE

With an outdoor patio and delicious tapas (guys, the fried green chile bombas!), Vara Winery is a great place to have a glass of Tempranillo and enjoy a summer afternoon.
Vara Winery also offers guided wine tastings for those who wish to learn about and taste wines not normally offered by the glass.

Wineries in Close Proximity to Albuquerque

Acequia Vineyards and Winery

240 Reclining Acres Rd., Corrales, New Mexico 87048

Black Smuggler Winery

25 Winery Rd., Bosque, New Mexico 87006

Corrales Winery

6275 Corrales Rd., Corrales, New Mexico 87048

Jaramillo Vineyards

114 Becker Ave, Belen, New Mexico 87002

Milagro Vineyards

985 West Ella Dr., Corrales, New Mexico 87048

Now, if you have time on your hands this summer and wish to venture outside of the city to explore the beautiful New Mexico landscapes, don’t forget to stop in and check out more amazing places where you can enjoy some delicious New Mexico wine.

Northern New Mexico

La Chiripada Winery & Vineyards

103 Bent St., Taos, New Mexico 87571

Las Nueve Ninas Winery

117 County Rd. A023, Mora, New Mexico 87732

Ponderosa Winery

3171 Hwy 290 Ponderosa, NM 87044

Wines on the San Juan

233 HWY 511, Blanco, New Mexico 87412

Southern New Mexico

D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro

7075 Hwy 549 SE DemingNew Mexico 88030

1720 Avenida de Mesilla, Las CrucesNew Mexico 88005

261 Panorama Blvd, AlamogordoNM 88310

Amaro Winery

402 South Melendres St., Las Cruces, New Mexico 88005

Black Range Vineyards

10701 Highway 152, Hillsboro, New Mexico 88042

Enchantment Vineyards

2102 E 3rd St., Portales, New Mexico 88130

La Esperanza Vineyard & Winery

100 DeLaO, Sherman, New Mexico 88041

Luna Rossa Winery

3710 West Pine St., Deming, New Mexico 88030

Rio Grande Vineyards & Winery

5321 Highway 28, Las Cruses, New Mexico 88005

Sentinel Ranch Winery

105 Los Rinconada Lane, San Patricio, New Mexico 88348

Ready to enjoy more than wine? Check out these rooftop bars and local breweries around ABQ for some truly New Mexican cocktails and local beers.


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