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Written by Alexia Severson Spain brought a lot of things to the New World — horses, sheep, cattle, grapes. You may know the history of livestock in New Mexico, but you may not be aware of the role wine played in our history since the first Spaniard rode north from Mexico City. Historians record New Mexico’s first winemaking in 1629, but New World wine is decidedly older. Francisco Urdinola is generally credited with starting winemaking in North America around 1554. … Read More