Inn/Chalet Limited Service Year Built 1999 Year Remodeled 2009 Additional Property Description Stay at this Red River, New Mexico hotel in the heart of Carson National Forest offering ski in, ski out accommodations at the Red River Ski Area. Welcome to the Best Western Red River hotel providing all of the amenities and services guests have come to expect from the Best Western name. Guests staying at this 100 percent smoke free hotel will be located adjacent to the Red River Ski Area and Carson National Forest, less than 0.1 miles to Red River Conference Center, and 7 miles from the Chevron Molycorp Mine in Questa. The BEST WESTERN Rivers Edge proudly features 30 spaciously smoke free appointed guest rooms and suites, each equipped with pillow top beds, cable satellite television, wireless high speed Internet access, microwaves and refrigerators. Guests can begin the day with a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast before hitting the slopes in the winter or mountain trails in the summer. The River s Edge is ideal for corporate events and meetings as the Red River Conference Center is located adjacent to this hotel. Pets are welcome with a 10.00 daily pet cleaning fee. Guests staying at the BEST WESTERN Rivers Edge will be minutes away from a variety of summer and winter activities including downhill and cross country skiing, fly fishing, river rafting, horseback riding, hot air ballooning, four wheeling, hiking and biking. Guests often choose this hotel when attending the Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally, Aspencade Fall Festival, Mardi Gras in the Mountains and Days of 1890. The BEST WESTERN Rivers Edge is proud to offer superior customer service and a convenient location in Red River. Make a reservation today.
From Cabernet to Gris, the names of Black Mesa Winery's feline staff members are indicative of the producer's wide variety of wines. Thanks to its commitment to procuring high-quality grapes from vineyards across the state, the small-batch winery is able to create more than 30 complex beverages ranging from its citrusy, floral Abiquiu White to a dry, complex zinfandel. Black Mesa's dedication also means that its stock of wines includes several national, international, and intergalactic award winners.
Whether you are looking for a slice of pizza or a whole pizza pie, Taos' Taos Ale House offers a wide variety of pizza types and sizes.
Health-crazed eaters may have to stick with water, though, as Taos Ale House offers delicious grub that s far as can be from low-fat fare.
Taos Ale House patrons can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here.
Taos Ale House is a good restaurant to dine with a small or large group.
Outdoor dining doesn't get much better than the beautiful patio at Taos Ale House.
Get online for free courtesy of Taos Ale House's wifi.
Noise levels at the pizzeria can be ear-piercing, so save the t te- -t tes for another night.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Taos Ale House — casually-dressed diners are the norm here.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Taos Ale House.
In addition to street parking, there is a lot right around the corner, so finding a space shouldn't be an issue for drivers dining at the pizzeria.
For those who travel by bike, Taos Ale House offers bike racks for diners.
It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Taos Ale House for a great bite.
The two tasting rooms of Vivac Winery are solely dedicated to presenting menus for sipping. At the adobe-style tasting room in Dixon, glasses clink on the sunny patio, where visitors swirl pours from the extensive menu of wines. Behind the bar, the staff leads groups through tasting "tours," which group specific varietals together, or pour samples of a la carte tastes. Alternatively, guests can sip away at a second tasting room inside the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion, where glasses perch on a sleek stainless-steel bar. Bottles available for purchase at both sites include the dry, earthy Tempranillo or the light, slightly sweet Riesling.
Ron and Olha Dolin didn’t discover their shared passion for wine and spirits until after they were married. Together they use Ron’s Ph.D. in engineering and Olha’s generational knowledge of producing vodka and brandy in Eastern Europe to craft handmade wines and fine spirits. Their wines include the specialty Emotion series, which includes cherry sherry, apple ice wine, and a wine made from rose petals. The two also distill spirits ranging from blue corn vodka and bourbon to gin made from New Mexico juniper, pinon, chamisa, sage, and rose hips.
On a leisurely drive through Santa Barbara, Ron Midgett glimpsed cymbidium orchids growing in people’s yards. The cluster of star-shaped blooms, the vibrant hues, and the way the petals seemed to collapse into themselves all had Ron hooked.
Four decades later, he has taken his love of orchids far beyond the realms of adoration. He has grown orchids across the United States, bred his own blooms, and assessed hybrid blossoms as an accredited judge for the American Orchid Society. And at New Earth Orchids, he introduces gardeners to dozens of orchid breeds, earning a slew of positive press and love letters from bumblebees. Additionally, he strives to make orchid growing accessible to novice gardeners by providing growing tips, stocking proper supplies, and offering free workshops.