We New Mexicans sure love our wine festivals. This Saturday, July 7th the Santa Fe Wine Festival starts and continues through the following day, Sunday, July 8th. Each day the festival starts at Noon and runs until 6:00PM that evening. This year it is being held at the El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a living history museum located on 200 acres in a rural farming valley just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Go check out and celebrate the wines of New Mexico at the historic Santa Fe ranch! Discover the delicious blends of today's vintners by sampling and purchasing from sixteen New Mexico wineries, in a festive atmosphere with live music, food, traditional agricultural products and handmade arts and crafts for sale.
The location, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, is a unique setting, offering a one-of a kind experience for you and your family. A 200-acre Spanish colonial living history museum, Las Golondrinas boasts 34 buildings, historical fields and waterways, friendly animals and costumed docents who bring our state's past to life!
Admission costs $13 for the 21+ crowd and you get a festival wine glass. For those 13 - 20 years old the admission fee is $5 and must be accompanied by someone 21 years or older at all times.