Things To Do
La Viña Winery is New Mexico’s oldest winery. The vineyard provides “Estate Bottled” New Mexico wines with a new complexity. New plantings of Italian and Rhone varietals complement production of Cabernet, Zinfandel and Chardonnay. Check the website for a list of annual festivals and events.
For a real treat contact Miller Horse Farm and take their Horses and Wine Tour to the vineyard. Miller Horse Farm offers a nostalgic once in a lifetime experience. They have three Ride and Wine Tours to choose from and with each you will ride horseback along the fields and vineyards to New Mexico’s oldest winery, La Vina Winery, and enjoy free wine tasting. For both round trip tours adults will receive a free bottle of wine. Visit their website for all the details.
Family-owned and operated, Sombra Antigua is housed in an attractive and appealing tasting room. The winery sits in the oldest commercial vineyard in New Mexico. Planted here are grapes for a variety of red and white signature wines. This beautiful winery sits among the vines and pecan trees offering a perfect venue for relaxed wine tasting, entertaining, and visiting with friends and family.
Established in 2011, this winery is known for its colorful nightlife and art shows.
Situated in the valley of the Rio Grande, the back road of Highway 28 leads visitors to locally-owned and operated Zin Valle Vineyards, El Paso’s only vineyard and winery. They offer several different varietals from their estate vineyards as well as wines from California and Europe. Spend the day at Zin Valle and experience their complementary wine tasting, venture into the barrel room, or simply enjoy a glass or bottle of wine on the patio or picnic while looking over the Zinfandel vineyard and the Franklin Mountains. For a unique experience, visit the Vineyard on Sunday afternoons and enjoy the sounds of live music provided by local musicians. Bring a picnic, family, and friends and enjoy the day in what was once one of the country’s premier wine regions.