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Just in time to celebrate “National Drink Wine Day” on February 18, the New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD) launched the New Mexico Wine & Where quiz, an online tool that lets you easily explore the different wine varieties of America’s oldest wine region. Visit www.newmexico.org/wine-and-where to access the quiz. As a fun way to learn the region and support local wineries, the interactive pairing tool prompts you to select from categories like flavor, comfort zone and travel vibe and gives your ideal … Read More
There’s a delicious new business partnership between Coquette, known for their artisanal cakes in decorated Mason jars, and Santa Fe Spirits, the premier micro-distillery of the Southwest. The Santa Fe Spirits Downtown Tasting Room at 308 Read St. reopens Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 4 p.m. To celebrate, Coquette has created three desserts in decorated jars exclusively for Santa Fe Spirits that will be available at The Downtown Tasting Room, incorporating their handcrafted liquors with locally sourced ingredients. The dessert … Read More
When I planted my permanent garden decades ago, I chose only native and drought-tolerant perennials. I considered annuals to be expensive and time consuming to replace every year. Perennials, however, are planted once and expand to fill the garden, year after year. Also, once established, perennials can be divided to fill other areas of the garden, so they become a source of free plants. June has long been designated Perennial Gardening Month by the Perennial Plant Association (PPA). PPA recommends … Read More