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.Make La Chiripada Winery a centerpiece of your Dixon vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Dixon trip planning website.
La Chiripada has a tasting room in the Taos Downtown Historic District on Bent Street, the La Chiripada Wine Shop.
La Chiripada Winery reviews
This destination had been on my list for some time & we finally made it! We were not disappointed. We were able to enter the humble & cozy building & were greeted by the owner (who was wearing a... more »
We like to try local wines when travelling so stopped in here (one of three in the same area). Due to COVID restrictions, they weren't doing wine tastings indoors (none of the wineries were). As... more »
Being a California wine snob, I wasn’t expecting much from this small isolated winery. But maintaining an open mind, like we all should, we found a gem that had some beautiful reds. My 2... more »
A beautiful space tucked away in the New Mexico countryside surrounded by breathtaking scenery. The staff provide a full bodied experience that is complete with high quality wine. I would highly recommend this spot for great wine and company.
This place was so magical! Lovely outdoor area where we got to sip some wine and enjoy the sunshine. Loved their Viognier and also the Port is delicious!! You’ve gotta stop in if you get the chance!
Beautiful location! Tried some great wines. Only downside is we didn't have anything to cleanse the pallet after each tasting. But we also didn't ask. Will def return!
Welcoming place with great wines and Ellen's superb ceramics. The Rio Embudo Red is very fine and great value.
Well worth the trip off the highway. It's tucked back off a gravel driveway. The hostess is super friendly and knowledgeable, and the wine is worth every penny. They'll also let you sample as much as you like. Well definitely be back.
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