Winter Sunday Brunch – December 16

Hello Dear Members, 
Winter is starting to blow in, the leaves have fallen and we hope there’s snow in our forecast soon. There’s no better way to warm up than by the fire at Casa Rondena. Come and join us for a dazzling 3 Course Brunch! Each course is paired with a generous pour of our Award-winning wine. Warm up with Casa Rondena and come to our Brunch. ~ Open to the Public ~
SUNDAY DECEMBER 16, 2018
12-2PM

First Course

Eggs Benedict
Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus + Traditional Hollandaise + Fresh Red Chile Sauce
Paired with 2016 Meritage

Second Course

Brussels Sprout & Sweet Potato Hash

House Smoked Sausage + Baked Egg + Chipotle Crema

Paired with 2015 Cabernet Franc


Third Course

Coffee Cake

Dried Tart Cherries + Cinnamon Dusting + Walnuts + Cherry Compote + Spiced Whipped Cream

Paired with Animante Port-Style Wine


$45 + tax per person

20% gratuity will be added

Wine club members will receive a $10 Gift Card upon arrival

~Open to the Public~

Winery Tour – Open to the Public

Every Saturday!

Join us for a tour and a wine tasting. Learn more about Casa Rondeña Winery’s history, New Mexico history, and get a behind-the-scenes look at what we love to do!


The tour starts at 3 pm in the Tasting Room

$20/person and includes a full wine tasting!  No RSVP needed.

Free to wine club members!!


The winery tour will end in our 1629 Club and you can order some of the amazing tapas, pizzas, and desserts the 1629 Club has to offer!

Not a wine club member yet? Call 505-344-5911 for details. 

Bébé La La – 1629 Club

Live in the 1629 Club

Bébé La La features singer-songwriter, guitarist, and violist Alicia Ultan and vocalist-accordionist Maryse Lapierre, who is originally from Quebec, Canada. Combining Maryse’s French influences with Alicia’s original folk-Americana inspired ‘art’ songs, Bébé La La boasts a unique and lovely repertoire that highlights their signature “stunning” harmonies, rhythmic lilts and rich melodies accompanied by Alicia on viola and guitar, and Maryse on accordion and harmonium.


Formed in 2010, the duo has performed throughout Albuquerque and surrounding areas, including at the Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque Old Town, the Corrales Harvest Festival, AMP Concerts’ library series, for the Regional Arts Council in Truth or Consequences, for the Hillsboro Music Series in Hillsboro NM, and at many other venues. Their first full-length CD, High Wire, recorded at Wall of Sound Studios in Albuquerque, is a collection of nine original songs by Ultan plus one French ballad by Catherine Le Forestier. The album features renowned special guests, including trumpeter, Bobby Shew; and saxophonist, Javon Jackson; as well other special guests.


David Steinberg of the Albuquerque Journal called Bébé La La “a breath of fresh air” with vocal harmonies that are “bright and inviting” and songs that are “crisp and compelling.” Writer, Mel Minter of Musically Speaking writes, “Beautifully produced by John Wall and Bébé La La, and recorded and engineered by Wall at his Wall of Sound Studio, the tunes on High Wire face down a variety of difficult situations—from income inequality on the political front to trying love affairs on the personal front—on the strength of mesmeric harmonies and a spunky equilibrium.

December Wine Club Pick-up Party

Join us for a wine Pickup Party!

Thursday Evening

December 13th  5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Bring your friends and family to enjoy an evening out, enjoy our award-winning wines, and pick up your December wine club order! The 1629 Club will be open for all wine club members.


This is for wine club members only.

Not yet a member? Call us for details 505-344-5911

Holiday Treats & Wine Pairings

Jingle bells, snowflakes, twinkling lights and chilly air….the most magical time of the year is here!

Join us on Sunday December 9th for a special Casa Rondeña wine tasting.
We will be doing a full wine flight paired with fun holiday treats!
Wine pairings will be available from 12-7 pm, while supplies last. No reservations needed.
~ Open to the Public ~