Light, fruity and low in tannins--rich in history! Descended from grape varieties smuggled from Spain in 1629, taste the heritage and flavor of the oldest wines in America!
Sangiovese (New Mexico) $22
This is a beautiful red Italian varietal. It is light and fruity. Taste the flavors of Italy right here in New Mexico!
Baco Noir (New Mexico) $22
This wine is smooth and remarkably easy to drink. The grapes are from the Anderson Vineyard and from Lemitar in the Rio Grande Valley. This medium bodied wine is soft and goes beautifully with chocolate.
Midnight Train (New Mexico) $22
A blend of bold Merlot and silky Syrah, this warm and rich, full-bodied wine pairs well with burgers and grilled meats.
Tempranillo (New Mexico) $24
Vivid and tangy, this Spanish grape variety loves our New Mexico soil and has enough ruggedness for our southwestern style. A full-bodied, low-acid wine with a touch of Cabernet Franc, this is for those who love the classic dry oaked styles.Excellent with steaks.
Cabernet Sauvignon (New Mexico) $24
Black currents, plums and tobacco are the flavors that best describe this King of Grapes. It is a full-bodied wine that goes well with steaks, BBQ and your favorite red sauces.
Petit Verdot (New Mexico) $24
This robust wine has flavors or dried herbs, violets, lavender and sage, and rich black fruit. Perfect for fans of big bold reds!
SWEET BUT SPICY:
Rattlesnake (New Mexico) $17
Made with fruit from the family vineyard in Veguita, this deliciously sweet blend of Chambourcin and St. Vincent grapes has a unique spice and fruitiness that’s well balanced and drinkable. Great for everyday occasions.
Plunder (New Mexico) $26
This very special wine has been aged over 5 years. It is a blend of 5 of our dry reds and our own distilled spirits. It is rich, silky and lightly sweet with a hint of caramel.