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La Chiripada Winery, Dixon

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La Chiripada Winery is an American winery in Dixon, New Mexico, founded in 1981 by Michael and Patrick Johnson. It has regularly won awards for its wines at the Southwest Wine Competition and the New Mexico State Fair Wine Competition. It is the highest commercial winery in the United States, at an elevation of 6,100 feet (1,900 m). La Chiripada is a feature of the annual Dixon Studio Tour, which is held in late fall and is the oldest continuously running annual studio tour in Northern New Mexico.
La Chiripada has a tasting room in the Taos Downtown Historic District on Bent Street, the La Chiripada Wine Shop.
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  • Very nice experience. The tasting room person was very knowledgeable and friendly. This winery had no charge and unlimited tastings so the opportunity to try a wide variety of the wines existed... 
    Very nice experience. The tasting room person was very knowledgeable and friendly. This winery had no charge and unlimited tastings so the opportunity to try a wide variety of the wines existed...  more »
  • We saw signs on the High Road to Taos about La Chiripada Winery being the oldest winery in NM, and we decided to check it out when we were driving through Dixon. It's several miles off the road, but.....  more
    We saw signs on the High Road to Taos about La Chiripada Winery being the oldest winery in NM, and we decided to check it out when we were driving through Dixon. It's several miles off the road, but.....  more »
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  • Absolutely lovely wine and family run operation. It’s small and quaint but it’s beautiful in that simplicity. Wines are always lovely, in particular the dry Riesling. We’ve enjoyed their wines so much we become members to have quarterly wines shipped to us in between trips to the area.
  • I stopped in while staying in town and had a great sampling session with Sam, my favorite being the Dolcetto. Good hospitality, conversation, and wine made for an excellent stop.

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