Mimbres Valley, New Mexico

St. Clair Winery

Mimbres Valley Nebbiolo

Pretty good, I like the sweet lightness of it. — 5 months ago

Casa Abril

Middle Rio Grande Valley Tempranillo 2015

Really good wine, really good memories...🍷💗💗💗 — 3 years ago

Hall Wines

Eighteen Seventy-Three Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Too bad the Badgers didn’t put away New Mexico as fast as we put away this bottle. — 4 years ago

Luna Rossa

Mimbres Valley Montepulciano 2013

Surprisingly dry NM red. — 5 years ago

Aridus Wine Company

Mimbres Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Lemon in color with a green tint.

Strong nose of citrus, green and red apples, spices, light pineapples, lemons and light grapefruits.

Medium plus in body with medium acidity.

Dry on the palate with limes, lemons, apples and grapefruit juice.

Tangy finish with spices and limes.

This is a delicious Sauvignon Blanc from Arizona. Nicely balanced with nice complexity. Fruit forward, refreshing and rich.

I had the 2019 vintage sometime earlier this year. This 2020 vintage is much better for me.

Good by itself as a sipping wine. I had it with cheeses and crackers by the lake.

12.6% alcohol by volume.

91 points.

— 8 months ago

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Doug Powers

Doug Powers

@"Odedi", never had an Arizona wine. I once included an Oklahoma Zinfandel (grapes grown there) in a Zin tasting, my friends all were convinced the juice was from California, and wine was made in Oklahoma — I said nope, estate bottled and grown in Oklahoma!!

La Viña

Mesilla Valley Gewurztraminer 2015

Jay Christianson

Pretty nose with a nice spiced pear, lychee, white grapefruit, and a dash of kerosene. At first taste it's a touch sweet, but the bracing acid manages to make it perceive rather dry, notes of pink grapefruit, lime, honey and lavender. All in all a solid #nmwine #value #other46 — 5 years ago

Aridus Wine Company

Tank 12 Mimbers Valley Red Blend Series 2017

67/14/13/5/1 blend of Dolcetto, Montepulciano, Aglianico, Graciano and Lemberger. Garnet red, light to moderately extracted pigment. Rounded, soft mouthfeel. The Dolcetto dominates to my palate, but a bit of research suggests a hint of licorice flavor and maybe black cherry from the Dolcetto, plum from the Montepulciano and Aglianico, a hint of cocoa or chocolate from the Aglianico. Decent, good acidity, some tannins on finish, good value. Better than many comparable Italian imports. Love that screw cap too! 1055 cases made. No AVA or vineyard designation on label, just “American”. Winery tasting notes also mention orange peel notes and “dusty tannins”; barrel smoke emerges after a couple of hours. — 2 years ago

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Casa Abril

Malbec 2016


day two! Awesome! Just freakin awesome! — 4 years ago