New Mexico Attractions January 24, 2023
The Little France Of New Mexico Is Hiding 4 Excellent Wineries In One Tiny Town
The Land of Enchantment may now have something in common with France. Corrales, New Mexico is home to not one, but four excellent wineries! Four excellent wineries in one tiny town. The fertile southwest lands are just right for cultivating vineyards. Come stomp some grapes (metaphorically that is) as you accompany us on this wine-sipping spree.
Corrales Winery, Acequia Vineyards & Winery, Milagro Vineyards, and Pasando Tiempo Winery & Vineyard are all located in Corrales, just outside of Albuquerque. Cheers to Corrales!
Gear up for the annual bike and wine event, as a unique way to visit some of these wineries in Corrales.
At Corrales Winery, opened in 2000, sit outside under the shade of the willow tree, looking out at the Sandia Mountains.
Admire the gardens. Host an event, such as a bachelorette party, at Corrales Winery. Enjoy wine tastings on the weekend, or during balloon fiesta when the winery is open all week.
Your responsibilities seem to melt away, for a few precious moments, while you enjoy this iconic view with your wine in hand, at Corrales Winery.
Bring a picnic to complement your drink. Will it be red or white today?
At Acequia Vineyards & Winery, the views of the Sandia Mountains are similarly spectacular, while you sit on the little outdoor patio.
At Acequia, you almost feel like you have been invited into the cozy home of an old friend, a friend with tasty wine and mountain views.
At Milagro Vineyards, the grapes are grown exclusively in Corrales - the first vine was planted in 1985.
We can learn some Spanish while visiting wineries in Corrales, including milagro, the word for miracle. Sign up to be on the Milagro mailing list to get notified of upcoming wine tasting events.
These views of the mountains in Corrales never get old, do they?
Look for Milagro wines in your favorite local restaurants and stores.
Pasando Tiempo is a small family-owned winery located on Dandelion Lane in Corrales – and it rounds out our list of four excellent wineries in one tiny town.
In 2005 the vineyard was planted, and in 2011 Pasando Tiempo opened to the public. Volunteer to help pick grapes in season. Attend events such as wine pairings or movie night.
The mantra here is passing time, or pasando tiempo in Spanish – relaxing with good wines and good company.
Stop by for Happy Hour on Fridays for half off your glass of wine, and maybe even some live music. In addition to wine, try a specialty cocktail, or nibble on some complimentary cheese.
Corrales, New Mexico is home to four excellent wineries, with majestic mountain views. Who’s up for a wine tasting? A toast to Corrales! For more information, visit the
Corrales Winery website and Facebook page, the Acequia Winery website, the Milagro Vineyards website, and the Pasando Tiempo Winery website and Facebook page.
Have you visited the wineries of Corrales, New Mexico? Share your thoughts with us!
Read our other articles to find more fun in Corrales, including the
Chocolate Turtle, the Indigo Crow, and Heidi’s Raspberry Farm. Address: Corrales Winery, 6275 Corrales Rd, Corrales, NM 87048, USA Address: Acequia Vineyards & Winery Llc, 240 Reclining Acres Rd, Corrales, NM 87048, USA Address: Milagro Vineyards, 985 W Ella Dr, Corrales, NM 87048, USA Address: Pasando Tiempo Winery and Vineyards, 277 Dandelion Rd, Corrales, NM 87048, USA
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