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Don Quixote Distillery and Winery

Don Quixote Distillery and Winery

State Road 4
Los Alamos, NM
505-695-0817
www.dqdistillery.com

Proprietor(s): Ron Dolin

Hours of Operation:

Call 505- 695- 0817 to make an appointment for a tour and or tasting or for more information.

Don Quixote Distillery was established in 2005 as New Mexico’s first and only fully licensed and bonded distillery specializing in premium grape, fruit, and grain based spirits made from New Mexico agricultural products. In addition to manufacturing distilled spirits, the fully licensed and bonded Don Quixote Winery was also established in 2005. Don Quixote Winery specializes in port- and table-style wines.

Headquartered in Los Alamos, New Mexico, Don Quixote Distillery and Winery operate as subsidiaries of Dolin Distillery Incorporated. Don Quixote Distillery manufactures spirits under the trade names “Don Quixote” and “Spirit of Santa Fe”. Wine is produced under the trade names “Don Quixote” and “Manhattan Project”.

We are located on State Road 4 near Bandelier National Monument.Just a few minutes from the famous Los Alamos National Laboratory Museum we are 35 miles from Santa Fe and 19 miles from Pojoaque.

Gruet Winery


Gruet Winery

8400 Pan American Freeway N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87113
888-857-WINE (9463) or 505-821-0055
http://www.gruetwinery.com/

Proprietor(s): The Gruet Family

Hours of Operation:
Tasting Room: Mon.-Fri., 10 am to 5 pm and Sat. noon to 5 pm. Tours daily at 2 pm or by appointment.

About the Winery:
Originally from the Champagne region of France, the Gruet family began making champagne in 1952. In 1984, after a careful search for the perfect climate and soil conditions to create excellent sparkling wines, Laurent Gruet and Farid Himeur brought their many years of combined experience and rich tradition of champagne making to Albuquerque.
Nowadays, the Gruet wines - Brut, Blanc de Noirs, Demi-Sec, Blanc de Blancs Vintage Chardonnay and Pinot Noir - are available throughout the nation from New York to Hawaii.

Black Mesa Winery


Black Mesa Winery
1502 State Highway 68
Velarde, NM 87582
1-800-852-6372
jer@blackmesawinery.com
http://www.blackmesawinery.com/

Proprietor(s): Lynda and Jerry Burd

Hours of Operation:
Open daily 10 am to 6 pm (Sunday, noon to 6 pm). RV parking available.

About the Winery:
Midnight in New Mexico. A full moon. A coyote wails in the distance. A sense of mystery hangs in the air. Black Mesa's Coyote is a serious dry, red wine that captures the spirit of New Mexico. Or, on the more whimsical side, Black Mesa's Black Beauty is a fun, chocolate flavored red wine that goes great with your favorite chocolate dessert! El Camino Real, the scenic road between Santa Fe and Taos, is home to the Black Mesa Winery. The Velarde Valley serves as an historic backdrop for the revitalization of vineyards prominent in New Mexico for almost 400 years.
Experience Black Mesa's fanciful named wines, Coyote, Black Beauty, Antelope, and Conejito White, as well as Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Zinfandel. Ask about joining the Black Mesa Wine Club.

Vivác Winery

Vivác Winery
2075 State Highway 68
Embudo NM 87531
(505)-579-4441
info@vivacwinery.com
http://www.vivacwinery.com/

Hours of Operation:
7 days a week from 10-6 Monday-Saturday, Noon-6 Sunday

About the Winery:
Focused on complex reds, the professionals at Vivác Winery have a commitment to excellence. Using only French oak barriques and state of the art stainless steel tanks, brothers Jesse and Chris Padberg lovingly create their wines. Fresh and young, edgy and sophisticated, Vivác offers you something out of the ordinary!
The spacious adobe tasting room doubles as an elegant gallery of contemporary art & jewelry and highlights the talents of an in-house chocolatier offering sumptuous truffles. Vivác's high quality, affordable wines are rapidly selling out. Visit the professionals, they know how to do it!

Santa Fe Vineyards

The Tasting Room is open 7 days a week from 10-6 Monday-Saturday, Noon-6 Sunday.

Santa Fe Vineyards
106 N. Shining Sun
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-753-8100

Hours of Operation:
Tasting room location on the High Road to Taos on Hwy 503, 1 mile East of 84/285. Winter hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Saturday, and 12:00pm to 5:00pm Sunday. Summer hours: 10:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Saturday, and 12:00pm to 6:00pm Sunday.

About the Winery:
Len Rosingana started Santa Fe Vineyards in 1982, and it is one of the oldest continuously operating wineries in New Mexico. Santa Fe Vineyards has partnered with Black Mesa Winery for their award winning wine making talent and Estrella Del Norte Vineyard for their stunning vineyard tasting room location and customer service. This partnership gives Santa Fe Vineyards a new energy in wine making and customer service. Look for our new label design art work featuring Amado Pena and Carrie Fell. Located 17 miles north of Santa Fe off of US 84/285 and east 1 mile on NM 503 the famous high road to Taos on the way to Chimayo.

Ponderosa Valley Vineyards & Winery

Ponderosa Valley Vineyards & Winery
Ponderosa Valley Vineyards & Winery
3171 Highway 290
Ponderosa, NM 87044
575-834-7487
winemaker@ponderosawinery.com
http://www.ponderosawinery.com/

Proprietor(s): Henry & Mary Street

Hours of Operation:
Visitors welcome 10 am to 5 pm Tues. through Sat. On Sun. open from noon to 5 pm. Closed winter holidays.

About the Winery:
Since 1993 when this uniquely New Mexican winery was bonded, Henry and Mary Street have been living out their dream of making fine wines in the beautiful Ponderosa Valley on the southern slope of the Jemez Mountains.
Their vineyards planted in 1978, surrounding the winery and tasting room have not only been producing award-winning Riesling but provide a lovely setting for relaxing on the porch in good company with great wine.