The views of the mountains on three sides is incredible with snow capped peaks in the summer. We have a mini barnyard with chickens, rabbits, and a duck named Donald and this summer we are bringing in pygmy goats. We also grow a large garden every year and have a shaded picnic area.
No children under the age of 3 please
No running generators after 10pm
Clean up after your pets
The asphalt county road 41 leads right on to the property parking is behind the building with no tight corners and enough room to turn around a semi tractor-trailer combination.
There is ample room to park tow vehicles in a secure gated area with security cameras.
We are available everyday all spring, summer and well into fall we just need a conformation that there is space available.
The Rio Grande river and an old Spanish church are within walking distance. From the winery several guests take day trips to local towns and attractions then return back at night to their RV's. Only one mile away from a convenience store and ten miles from the nearest city with larger stores and two large casinos.
Neat little fruit winery with cute farm animals out back. Enjoyed the tasting and several bottles of wine while here. Santa Fe is about an hour away for a nice day trip. Pueblos closed now. Very quiet at night and the rooster makes sure you don't miss the sunrise over the mountain ;).
We enjoyed our night here at the winery. Easy to park and friendly hostess. Got to see the baby goats. Had a nice wine tasting and really enjoyed the different fruit wines.
Had a great time at Wicked Kreations Winery! The hosts were SO friendly and gave us a great tour of how they make their fruit wines and then let us taste them. We bought a couple bottles. They also have a whole bunch of ADORABLE animals. Was a tad difficult to find them (Google maps brought us to the right place, we just weren't sure we were in the right place but didn't end up really being an issue) - they're also working on better signage which I'm sure will help!
Really enjoyed my time here! Certainly off the beaten path, a unique and fantastic experience.
Thanks for the hospitality and hope to see you again!
They made me feel right at home. It was such a pleasure to meet them and stay a few days. I'm a big animal lover so it was fun to see all the different pet babies they had while I was there.
I would stay again any time
Had a great time with the host and family learning about their wine making process. The animals; ducks, chickens, dogs and the cutest pygmy goats where very entertaining. The location makes it easy for day trips for some great views and historic attractions. Ended the stay with a couple bottles of their wine, which was very good. Also got to make some new boondockers friends which makes this a great community.
E. and M. Were exemplary hosts. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit with them. E gave us a tour of the winery and M presented the tasting. We bought 3 bottles of delicious Apricot wine. M’s grandchildren were delightful and helpful. We met all of the pets on the farm. The baby goats are adorable.
The setting was rustic and rural. We walked down the river. The rooster crows at 4:00am, but we were able to fall back asleep 😊.
E demonstrated the art of creating Adobe blocks, which they are using for a privacy wall.
We met and visited with 2 other BW members staying there. So nice to make new friends!!
We hope to return again as we enjoyed our visit immensely!
We stayed at WickedKreations for 3 days. Wonderful people to visit with, enjoyed the conversations and stories. It was an excellent location to take day trips on our motorcycle and to relax each evening.
We will look forward to passing through that way again some day, and best wishes on their Winery! (We can't wait to try out the new patio and furniture!)
Very unpretentious host who gave us an unedited, behind the scenes tour of his small fruit- based winery. If you like sweet wine, you'll like this. They were very welcoming, but don't expect the glitz and pretense of fancy wineries. The host is funny, irreverent and packed full of knowledge. If you are a light sleeper...beware a beautiful rooster will call your name. This was a unique experience.
It was a great night at Wicked kreations Winery. Erik and Martha were wonderful hosts and we had the opportunity to learn about the wine making process. Especially learning more about the unique nature of fruit wine! We enjoyed our sunrise and the wake-up call to Rudy the rooster and Donald Duck! Very friendly and open group of people willing to share their craft. Would strongly encourage anyone to stay.
I stayed with WickedKreationsWinery for what was to be two nights, of which I had to cut short to one night, due to a family illness back home.
WickedKreationsWinery were delightful hosts. I have always been interested in production processes and manufacturing processes and they took the time to show me the winery operations. The time with my new friends was thoroughly enjoyable and I am grateful for their hospitality.
The site is a country setting nestled in a beautiful river valley. Facilities are minimal, power was available and I did t have any trouble turning my 34’ motorhome and 12’ trailer around.