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Wine has been produced in New Mexico since the early 1600s. The first grapevines were planted by Franciscan and Capuchin monks in 1629 at Senecu, a Piro Indian Peublo in the center of the state. By the late 1800s, New Mexico was the fifth largest state in wine production in the country.

Flooding of the Rio Grande caused a hiatus in New Mexico wine making for more than fifty years. In 1978, wineries reappeared and today there are more than forty wineries and tasting rooms throughout the state.

Below is a list of New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts near wineries. Some may serve the local wine at the inn, others may offer a shuttle service to wine tasting activities. Explore the wineries of New Mexico while staying at New Mexico Bed and Breakfasts.

Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast
Sample some of the many handcrafted wines of New Mexico! There are many wineries in our area. Each one offers winery tours & tastings. We are happy to provide you with winery map and guide. Tell them that you are a guest at Casa Escondida B&B, while visit

Chimayo (Santa Fe), New Mexico

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Bottger Mansion of Old Town
The winemaking industry in New Mexico is over 400 years old, going back to the early Spanish settlers. Today the tradition of fine wines continues with New Mexico's award-winning wines. The Bottger Mansion of Old Town is just a short drive from these great wineries in the Albuquerque area: St. Clair Winery & Bistro, Gruet Winery, Anasazi Fields, Casa Rondena, Milagro, Pasando Tiempo, Tierra Encantada, Corrales Winery, Anderson Valley Winery and Acequia Vineyards & Winery. Join us for the Albuquerque Wine Festival in May and the New Mexico Wine Festival in September.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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