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Events at the Winery - 2017
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In 1999, Anasazi Fields was the first New Mexico winery to start a wine club. We now have over 300 Vintner Members. Our wine club, like our wines, is unique. It is specifically designed for locals or regular visitors to the area who enjoy visiting the winery, trying new wines and choosing the wines they purchase. We value our Vintner Members as key partners in making Anasazi Fields Winery a special place in a special landscape. We host club member events on a regular basis. Please contact us directly at info@anasazifieldswinery.com for a list of these adventurous and creative experiences that you are invited to be a part of. Club member details listed below.

VINTNER MEMBERS (one-time $25 sign up fee)

  • Receive two logo glasses and an aerating bottle stopper/pourer at signup.
  • 20% discount on our wines (any amount) purchased at the winery or at festivals.
  • Purchase at least one case of wine from the winery per year to remain an active member.
  • Entire case need not be purchased at one time.
  • Case can be a mixed case.
  • An annual special gift from the Vintner for active members.
  • Opportunities to purchase wines available only to Vintner Members. These wines will be older wines from our library and limited production wines.
  • Barrel tastings of upcoming wines with the Vintner (by appointment).
  • Invitation to special events.
  • For Vintner Members who are artists, free booth space at winery events.
  • Express line at festivals directly to the Vintner Table or Graduate Program.

Ongoing Events
Belly Dance Haflas
March 25, July 22, September 9 and December 30, 2017
6:30pm to 8:30pm
$5 admission

Four times a year, Isalang Studios sponsors a belly dance hafla at the winery. Shows feature dancers from Albuquerque and Santa Fe with an occasional guest dancer from out of state. Free tasting of Anasazi Fields wines. Food by Little Smokies and wine by Anasazi Fields.

Water and Rock: Fish and Friends in the Boreal Forest
Poetry Reading by Jim Harris and Glen Sorestad

Oct 21, 2017


Come join us enjoy the readings from their new 2017 book Water and Rock: Fish and Friends in the Boreal Forest. Jim Harris (Lea County Museum director and poet) and Glen Sorestad (Saskatchewan poet and editor of Thistledown). Every spring for 27 years, Glen and Jim have met with other angler friends at Jan Lake in northeastern Saskatchewan to fish the waters of the Canadian Boreal Forest for walleyes and pikes, poems and stories. Most of the year the two fishing and writing friends are separated by 2000 miles, but in late May and early June each year, they meet to fish, eat, drink, and tell stories and reminisce, all the while gathering new material for poems and stories to be written in the future. Their book Water and Rock is a roundup of over a quarter of a century of experiencing the harmony of a magical, restorative land.

Glen Sorestad, first poet laureate of Saskatchewan, has published more than twenty books of poems. His poetry has been translated into seven languages and appeared in dozens of anthologies. In 1975 Sorestad and his wife, Sonia, co-founded the literary publishing house, Thistledown Press, in SASKATOON. Over the years, Thistledown became known as one of the finest literary publishers in Canada.

Jim Harris was designated Eminent Scholar in New Mexico (1989) and awarded the Hewett Award from the New Mexico Association of Museums (2008). He is the author/editor of a twelve books and has published poems, short stories, reviews, and literary criticism in dozens of magazines and anthologies. He writes newspaper columns in two Lea County newspapers each week. A photographer and angler, he has been the Director of the Lea County Museum in Lovington for fifteen years.

This is a free event. Wine will be available for purchase.

Placitas Fine Arts and Crafts Holiday Sale
November 18 19, 2017