ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – New Mexico’s history with wine dates back more than four centuries, and this month the state is celebrating it in a special way. Over the next 30 days, travelers will find dozens of events that commemorate New Mexico Wine Month. Among them, the Summer Wine Festival in Taos along with more intimate gatherings like the Harvest Celebration of the Chardonnay in Caballo. For a full list of wine-inspired events this month, click here.
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