Out and About: From wineries and breweries, to Topes and United, there's plenty to do this summer

May 31—Wineries

From the very first grapes planted by the Spanish in 1629 along the banks of the Rio Grande, the state's wine and grape-growing culture has grown into one that today's New Mexicans are fiercely proud of. High-altitude bubbly, festive events, sophisticated atmospheres, down-home charm — there's a perfect experience for all wine enthusiasts in every corner of the state. The New Mexico Wine Trail offers a roadmap to dozens of uniquely New Mexican wineries for visitors to explore.

Find a winery near you at nmwine.com.

Breweries and taprooms

In New Mexico you can drink distinctive local beer almost anywhere you visit. Dozens of independent operations — microbreweries, brewpubs, brew houses and taprooms — have sprung up across the state.

Check out the New Mexico Brewers Guild's beer map at nmbeer.org.

Albuquerque Isotopes

There's nothing minor about the Isotopes, the Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. The 2024 regular season runs through Sept. 22. Games at Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park in Albuquerque.

milb.com/albuquerque/schedule

New Mexico United

Somos Unidos! The 2024 regular season for Albuquerque's USL Championship soccer franchise runs through Oct. 26. Games at Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park in Albuquerque.

newmexicoutd.com