No Los Alamos wine crawl is complete without a lengthy stay at Casa Dumetz. The lively tasting room is always packed and feels like you’re drinking inside the courtyard of a Spanish casita. $20 for a four-glass flight might seem a little steep for the area, but the pours are generous and the wine is tremendous. They serve everything from grenache blanc to pinot noir, but our favorite is their Feminist Party line, a red wine blend that combines grapes from four different local vineyards. Also, if you need a little break from all the wine, head next door to their sister business, Babi’s Beer Emporium, where you can enjoy excellent craft beer, ciders, and tacos on a great side patio.
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