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If you want a true, laid back wine tasting, this is the place to go! It’s just off I25, so very convenient. We were the only ones in the place on a Sunday afternoon and received undivided, warm attention by the owner himself. He asked...More
Went for a ride on a Sunday afternoon and found Casa Abril 27 miles north of Albuquerque. Spent a coupe of informative hours with Raymond, the owner. My husband isn’t much of a Tempranillo lover, until Raymond’s 2014 Tempranillo Reserve was tasted—and a couple bottles...More
All of the wines we tasted were good. We had a very relaxing but informative wine tasting, followed by a glass of what we each liked best. Beautiful scenery & very friendly winery. Only drawback is the hours of operation.
Hubs, friends and I were on our back to Santa Fe from watching Hot Air Balloon Festival in Albuquerque and decided to stop at Casa Abril Vineyards! I’m not a wine drinker, but Hubs and friends are, so we stopped! Raymond( the delightful owner) met...More
We have been to hundreds of wineries in several states and I can honestly say that none have been more fun to visit than Casa Abril. We are from Ohio, just visiting in Albuquerque for the weekend, and decided to check out Casa Abril. We...More
My wife, daughter, and I, went for a tasting on a warm Thursday afternoon; This vineyard is surrounded by breath taking scenery and is 26 miles north of Albuquerque.
We were the only ones in the tasting room so Raymond Vigil not only educated us...More
While my wife and I (from NY and CA) were visiting old friends in Bernalillo NM our hosts suggested that we visit Casa Abril vineyard, which was close by, for some wine tasting. I'm a bit of a wine snob (some would say more than...More
A spontaneous decision to follow a diversion suggested by Miss GPS led us to Casa Abril. The winery is no less than a desert oasis disguised in a new production facility.We arrived via a dusty road, parked in front of grape vines and walked through...More
The winery was located just off the Budaghers exit going towards Santa Fe. They served only red's but all were very flavorful. My wife typically likes white wine. However there was nothing she tasted that she did not enjoy. The owner took the time to...More