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Casa Rondena Winery, Albuquerque

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Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Casa RondeƱa Winery was lovingly established in late 1995 as a family undertaking, with the first plantings in 1990 at the hands of vintner John Calvin.

The Tasting Room opened in August 1997 and a winery building, with a commemorative Tricentennial bell tower (picture right), was completed in the autumn of 2004. In 2008, a new barrel aging and storage facility, including the Founder's Rotunda, was built in order to expand production capability of the winery and hold special events for winery members and special guests.

In 2010, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin moved out of the home they built on the property and turned it into the 1629 Club. This is a new level of membership to the winery which includes access to the private club among many other benefits.

The Tasting Room and winery is open to the public daily from 12 noon until 7 PM. No reservations are necessary. Picnics are allowed for Wine Club Members.
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  • Robert Morrison was an amazing host, showing professional and yet a personal sense of customer service, greeted and provided us with education on our flight with each wine and the history of it. The.....  more »
  • For my first time going to a winery, I absolutely loved and enjoyed my experience. Robert who works at the bar was amazing, he was awesome at communicating with everyone and taking care of everyone...  more »
  • This is by far my favorite winery! I've been coming here for years and it's become a wonderfully special place for my fiancee and I. The wine is delicious, the staff is caring and attentive and the food is devine. Ansel, who runs the 1629 Club is amazing, as are Jessie and Eric in the tasting room and the rest of the staff. We love those guys! And John, the owner ,top is top notch. Well worth spending an afternoon amongst the vineyards and old world charm.
  • Such a romantic evening. If you are looking for the best food, best service, best wine, look no further. Club manager, Ansel and Chefs, Jerome and David are the best Albuquerque has to offer. Thank you for such a memorable evening!

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