Stocking a variety of chic women’s wear from brands such as Adore, Hue, Lucky, and Etienne Aigner, Michelle’s showcases stylish new arrivals on a rotating basis. Open-window sufferers can armor themselves against spring breezes with a Tribal long-sleeve knit cardigan ($65) and a snug pair of Corduroy Jeanz stretch leggings, made from a supersoft cotton-polyester blend ($34).
Pecos Flavors Winery opened fairly recently—in 2004, originally just as a Roswell-based tasting room—but it brims with New Mexico history. The facility's current tasting room, for instance, takes on the identity of a southern New Mexico ranch. Its bar is a century old, plucked from Hondo Valley. Nearby, a statue of Billy the Kid keeps watch, staring grudgingly at anyone who spills their glass.
Befitting its state pride, Pecos has an extensive selection of New Mexican wines. More than 80 different blends of regional wine populate the Pecos collection, including the winery's own varietals grown at a pair of Chaves County vineyards. Pecos offers a number of other New Mexico products, too, such as coffee, sauces, and chocolates, as well as beers gathered from in-state breweries.