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Don Quixote Distillery & Winery, Los Alamos
(3.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • We must've driven by twice before finally stumbling into Don Quixote as the signage is really lacking. Upon arriving we were greated by a lady who I couldn't tell was annoyed or thrilled that we were ...  more »
  • This place is a little hidden. You almost feel like you're going through a neighborhood but it's there, I promise! And you won't regret the trip. Everything I tasted was amazing and the people are ver...  more »
  • This was our first visit to Don Quixote. A really nice big space, a big bar for tasting, and great options - 5 tastes for $5! Really enjoyed their blue corn bourbon, and their grappa and apple brandy ...  more »
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  • The ports (especially the cherry port!) and the single cask bourbon were really good. The gins were tasty, too. We didn't even have time to try the wine here. It's a cool place, and you feel like you walked into a hole in the wall. But it's a fun atmosphere.
  • Fan-Frickin'-tastic! This small scale distillery/winery produces outstanding products. I only wish their products were more widely distributed! I'll definitely stop back in the next time I'm traveling through the Pojoaque area.
  • Looking at the building from the outside, you'd think it was abandoned, but the entrance and parking is in the back. When you walk in, you are in for a great surprise! It is cozy, homey, relaxing and a place to meet friends. Ina, the hostess was a joy to visit with and was extremely knowledgeable about the wines and spirits. The wines are delicious and the variety is vast. I strongly recommend Don Quixote as one of Northern New Mexico's best originals.
  • We had lots of fun here. :)