Updated 728 days ago
261 Panorama Blvd Alamogordo, NM 88310
Our winery facility is nestled in the heart of the Mimbres Valley in Deming, located in southwest New Mexico, America's oldest wine-producing region. Now known as D.H. Lescombes Winery, originally the property was known as St. Clair Winery, even though the Lescombes family has owned and operated the facility for over 30 years. The winery is situated on 15 acres and has a 500,000-gallon capacity. Our winery is composed of over 50 tanks, each up to 16,200 gallons in capacity. Most of the tanks are equipped with computer-controlled temperature jackets. An even temperature during fermentation and maturation ensures a consistently high-quality product. After aging in stainless steel tanks, many red wines (and a few whites) are matured in oak barrels to smooth out tannins and add character inherited from oak contact. Each oak barrel holds approximately 60 gallons and is composed of either American or French Oak. The wine must remain in-barrel anywhere between 3 months to 2 years. and each..