Weekend in New Mexico features wine, music, food, art

by DGO Web Administrator

It will be a weekend of wine, food and handmade items for sale at the Wines of the San Juan’s 15th annual Harvest Wine Festival in Blanco, New Mexico.

And there will be two days of live music. Saturday: noon to 3 p.m. is The Cannondolls and 4 to 7 p.m. is Todd and the Fox. On Sunday: Noon to 3 p.m., The Outskirts and 3 to 6 p.m., Felix Y Los Gatos.

The Great Grape Stomp is a preregistered, costumed event that will also be held. Participants are judged based on costumes as well as the stomping of the grapes and amount of juice produced. It’s a great spectator event.

The festival features only handmade items, and you can expect to find: pottery, jewelry, art, organic bath and body products, unique wearable art/textiles, stained glass, studio jewelry, rustic and upcycled items, carpentry, candles and more. There’s also going to be farm booths where you can pick up fresh produce.

And don’t be afraid to bring the kids; there’s going to be plenty for them, including roasted corn on the cob, kettle corn, cotton candy, jumpy castles, face-painting and sculpture painting.

For food, you can have pizza, crepes, deli sandwiches, barbecue, hamburgers, veggie burgers, veggie fajitas and fresh-squeezed lemonade. Most vendors will have gluten-free items available.

Tickets are $13. Kids 17 and younger are free with an adult. Wines of the San Juan is located at 233 Highway 511 in Blanco.

For more information, call (505) 632-0879.

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