Did you know that New Mexico is the oldest wine country in America by about 200 years? It’s true — the history of wine in New Mexico is as rich and complicated as its colorful landscapes, and the flavor of its history plays out in the wines. From robust reds to crisp whites and everything in between, there’s something for wine enthusiasts in every corner of the state. New Mexico’s climate and soil are not only perfect for growing world-class chile but originally was known for wine. Hot days and cool nights (35 degrees swing in temperature daily) are what make our climate so appealing.
We are sending this email out to our important customers to receive your opinion on a product that we love and are passionate about. We love wine, we love New Mexico, and we have a vineyard that we have been grooming for the last 8 years. Carol and I are considering buying a winery. That’s why we are reaching out to our most valued customers for your opinion. We want to know if we offered high quality New Mexico wines on our FCC website would you be interested? We currently grow and make the following: Cabernet Sauvignon, Montepulciana, Merlot, Barbera, Aglianico, Chardonnay, Muscat (Moscato), Zinfandel, and Petit Verdot. Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Carol and I would love to hear your feedback. As a thank you for filling out the survey we will send you a free jar of our Abuela's Traditional Red Chile Sauce with your next order!
All the Best,
Randy & Carol McMillan