This Wine And Chile Festival Offers Everything You Love About New Mexico

Santa Fe is one of New Mexico’s most amazing cities and every year it gets even better. The annual Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta offers two of the world’s best items! Featuring over 75 of Santa Fe’s best restaurants, and wines from all over the world, you won’t want to miss this five-day wine and chile extravaganza.

Have you been to the totally awesome Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta? What are your favorite parts? Let us know in the comments! You can also see more photos on the event’s Facebook page.

While you’re in Santa Fe, check out this whimsical road for a unique art experience.

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Address: Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta, 217 E Marcy St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
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Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta

August 03, 2022

Where can I find a performing arts venue in Santa Fe?

One of the best performing arts venues in town is the Santa Fe Opera. Besides the outstanding performances, people really come here to enjoy the unbelievable setting. Unlike most opera settings which are indoors, this one is in a spectacular open-air theatre set amidst the backdrop of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountain ranges.

What are some other annual festivals in New Mexico?

New Mexicans love their festivals, and you will find plenty with something for everyone. Among them are the Pie Festival, Hatch Chile Festival, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, and, of course, the Roswell UFO Festival, just to name a few.

Are there any historic churches in Santa Fe?

Yes, and one of the oldest and largest of them is the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Also known as simply St. Francis Cathedral, this structure was completed in 1887. But, its history goes back even further to the church’s initial founding in 1625. That structure was destroyed during the civil unrest that occurred here several decades later. The architecture here is stunning and you can visit and tour the building when services are not being held.