La Viña Winery, New Mexico

We're on a roll! Our third Harvest Hosts in as many days. This time we're at La Viña, the oldest winery in New Mexico, located along the Don Juan Oñate trail in La Union.

Overnight Parking - La Viña Winery, La Union, NM: Participating member, no facilities provided, must have self-contained RV & have an active Harvest Hosts membership for an overnight visit. 3,738’ elevation. April 12th-13th. Miles traveled: 76.

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Beautiful grounds & a pleasant tasting room. La Viña has been added to our list of places we would like to visit again.

Discover the Oldest Winery in New Mexico

Located in the scenic town of La Union, New Mexico, La Viña Winery stands as the state's oldest continuously running winery, having been established in 1977. This family-owned and operated estate winery has a rich history of producing award-winning wines and offering a welcoming atmosphere to visitors.

A Hidden Gem in the Southwest

Located just a mile outside of La Union along the picturesque New Mexico Highway 28, La Viña Winery is a true gem of the Southwest. The winery takes pride in being one of the few estate bottled wineries in the state, growing its own grapes on-site. Under the leadership of owners Ken and Denise Stark, La Viña has evolved over the decades, continuing to impress with its diverse selection of wines.

Experience Wine Tastings and Festivals

The winery's tasting room is open to the public, allowing visitors to sample over 20 different wines and learn about the winemaking process. In addition to tastings, La Viña hosts an annual Spring Wine Festival, drawing crowds from near and far to enjoy live music, shopping, and delicious food.

Explore the Charming Town of La Union

La Union, the small town that is home to La Viña Winery, offers a charming and authentic taste of the Southwest. Situated at the southernmost tip of New Mexico, La Union is known for its scenic beauty and rich history.

Visitors can stroll through the town's quaint streets, admiring the adobe architecture and local shops. The area's proximity to the Rio Grande provides ample opportunities for outdoor recreation, such as hiking, birdwatching, and enjoying the stunning natural landscapes.

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