(Open Daily: 11am - 6pm patio/garden/indoor open for tastings & sales & curbside pick up.) Enjoy our Wines, Hard Cider, Petroglyphs & Labyrinth! A short 45 minute drive to exactly mid-way between Santa Fe and Taos, Black Mesa Winery & Cidery, sits alongside the Rio Grande on Highway 68. For more than 20 years, the vineyard, winery and tasting room have been a welcome stop for visitors. Stop in and taste our award-winning wines. We're open 7 days a week. Tours are currently on hold due to COVID safety. REMEMBER TO MENTION: Santa Fe Selection.
Phone: (505) 852-2820
Address: 1502 Highway 68 - Mile Marker 15 Velarde, New Mexico 87582 MAP
Now Open Daily: 11am to 6pm for Tastings & Retail Sales & Curbside pickup:.
Curbside Call to Order Ahead. Call (505)852-2820 ext 2. We will have it ready and sanitized.
REMEMBER TO MENTION: Santa Fe Selection. Thank you!
We are open 7 days a week for curbside pickup: Noon to 6pm. Call 505.852.2820 ext 5. Order ahead. We will have it ready and sanitized.
Black Mesa produces a variety of grape, including Pinot Grigio, Syrah, Montepulciano, and Riesling. Owner Jerry Burd says of the extensive range, "I can't make up my mind. I have a palate that enjoys many different styles of wines and so do our customers."
Try their popular authentically Northern New Mexican Hard Cider. Choose from five cider flavors, "Sweet, Dry, Raspberry Blackberry, Basil, Capuline (chokecherry). 12oz bottles and 32oz growlers.
All wines and ciders are made at the winery using only New Mexico grapes and apples.
(Post COVID info)
DAILY TASTINGS: $8 pp. You may also purchase wines & ciders by the glass and sit in our patio area and enjoy. (Prices vary by selection).
WINERY TOURS: Tours are currently on hold due to COVID safety protocols.
Petroglyphs & Labyrinth are free to the public. Petroglyph images range from 100 years to 1500 years old. Each rock is marked by a small kokopeli figure. There is a white quartz rock on top of each petroglyph rock. It can be walked in about 15 minutes. It also goes by the Montepulciano and the Pinot Grigio vineyards.
Labyrinth is located behind the winery and along part of the Petroglyph Trail. It can be walked in 15 minutes or longer, depending on the person and their thoughts along the way.
See you soon!...And Cheers!