New Mexico Wine will follow New Mexico State public health orders. Current NM Health order can be found HERE. In following CDC recommendations, we will ask all attendees to practice social distancing and come with a mask for use in any indoor areas. At present we will not be requiring proof of vaccination nor negative COVID test results, but as Health Orders change, this policy may be updated without notice.
No. Uber and Lyft are readily available and are just a quick call away. There is a designated shade tent for you to stay cool while waiting for a safe ride. Need help finding a safe ride? Visit the bottle check tent at the exit for help.
Buy bottles of wine and don’t want to carry them around? Have no fear bottle check is here! Check your bottles at bottle check or leave them at the winery you bought them from and pick them up at the exit when you leave.
Be sure to write your phone number and name on each tag. Keep the matching tag given to you in order to collect your bottles upon exiting.
NOTE: Bottles will not be given to individuals without a matching tag, name or phone number. All bottles not collected at the end of the festival have until 24 hours after the closure of the event to be claimed.
No. We have a strict NO-PET policy, with exceptions only for service animals as specified by federal and state law. Due to large-scale service animal fraud and for the safety of our patrons, staff, and other service animals, all animals which do not meet the legal standards will not be allowed into the festival grounds. All service animals must be registered at the entrance gates.
PLEASE NOTE: dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support are not considered service animals by the ADA and will not be allowed onto festival grounds. For more info, visit www.ada.gov.
The Albuquerque event is strictly 21 and over.
In Las Cruces – Yes. In fact children under the age of 15 are admitted FREE if accompanied by a ticket-holding adult. All children must be under the supervision of an adult at all times.
No. There is not a kids play area at the wine festival. While the Albuquerque event is 21+ only, the Las Cruces event will have some fun activities that are both adult and kid friendly.
Yes! Lost and Found will be by the exit gate at Bottle Check. Lost and Found inquiries after the festival can be directed here.
BY ENTERING THIS EVENT YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:
ALL VEHICLES, PERSONS AND PROPERTY ARE SUBJECT TO SEARCH AT ALL TIMES. FAILURE TO CONSENT TO SEARCH WILL RESULT IN DENIAL OF ENTRY OR EJECTION FROM THE FESTIVAL.
NO UNAUTHORIZED VENDING OR SOLICITING. NM WINE RESERVES THE RIGHT, WITHOUT REFUND OF ANY AMOUNT PAID, TO REFUSE ADMISSION TO, OR EJECT ANY PERSONS, INCLUDING THOSE WHO CONDUCT IS DEEMED DISORDERLY, DISRUPTIVE, ABUSIVE OR WHO OTHERWISE FAILS TO COMPLY RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS OF UNIFORMED EVENT STAFF.
SMILE! STAY SAFE! STAY HYDRATED! HAVE FUN!
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