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Taking New Mexico Wine to the Next Level

New Mexico wine has come a long way from its beginnings in the 1600s. Today’s winemakers are making their mark and elevating the wine to new limits. One shining wine star is Sean Sheehan, Sheehan Winery. Sean represents the new breed of winemaker, who is taking the lead on promoting New Mexico Wine across the

Hotel Chaco Front Entrance © Cori Solomon

Hotel Chaco: Highlighting The Spirit of the Southwest

In New Mexico, the Pueblo is at the center of Native American culture. Its beginnings trace back to Chaco Canyon, a National Historical Park, and Unesco World Heritage Centre that contains some of the most notable ruins from pre-Columbian civilizations in the United States. The park lies in the northwestern part of New Mexico between

New Mexican Wine Gruet Sparkling Wine

Gruet: The Best of New Mexican Wine

New Mexican wine and grape growing started long before the first plantings were seen in California. Almost 400 years ago, circa 1629, the first grapevines planted were along the Rio Grande River by Monks, who brought vines from Spain. One might say the birth of American viticulture started in New Mexico. One long-standing winery in

Museum Hill Santa Fe New Mexico

New Mexico: Visiting the Land of Enchantment

They call New Mexico the Land of the Enchantment because you will become enraptured with its culture, architecture, scenery, and cuisine. The state offers a wide variety of options for the traveler. Whether you ski in Taos, visit the numerous National Monuments, Indian ruins, pueblos, or spend time in Old Town Albuquerque or Santa Fe,