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Friday, Nov 17 & Sat, Nov 18
6:30 pm - 9 pm | $80 per person

Five course gourmet meal paired
with Pasando Tiempo Wine. Each course will be paired with one of our seasonal wines.
    Included with dinner is Champagne Happy Hour: 6:30-7:00. Menu and wine pairings here.
Limited seating, so RSVP now. Credit card will be taken at the time of reservation. 
Call Martha Carpenter at 505 228-0154.

Thanksgiving Wine Pairing Dinner

* ​Call Martha to book your event at Pasando TiempoWinery   505-228-0154.  

Thanks for voting for Pasando Tiempo as your favorite winery. We landed in the top 5, making that three years in a row!

   We have many events scheduled throughout the summer, so please join us. Or, just come by and enjoy time with family and friends and have a glass of wine. We look forward to seeing you. 

Best of the City Top 5

New Mexico True

PasandoTiempo is proud to be New Mexico True, and a continuation of the oldest viticulture in the United States.

     All of our grapes are grown in New Mexico and you are assured of a "True New Mexican" product when you partake of any Pasando Tiempo wine.  Here is a list of our current available vintages.

Passing Time with Friends and Family 

Winter Hours: open every 3rd weekend 12-4 pm 

We wish you all the success in the world. Please let us know if you need any help. 

Chris and Alesia   Cappon/ March 2012

I was surprised when my friend Martha Carpenter, wife of Pasando Tiempo Vintner, Chris Carpenter presented me with not 1, but 3 bottles - one of each of their first vintage of each of the varietals. Upon uncorking the Chardonnay at room temp, I thought the better of it and placed it in the fridge uncorked for about 20 or 30 minutes. My guest and I loved the bottle and the equisite dry mouth feel. Before uncorking bottle #2 a couple weeks later, this one the Malvasia Bianca, I gently enrobed it in a fresh blanket of ice for an hour and remembered Martha's tasting notes it should have fresh pear pineapple. Just as she said it was a high note of pear and pineapple, nice and dry on the tongue
but bright and crisp fruitiness. I have to admit, I have been hoarding my bottles and haven't yet dared open the final of the 3 bottles. I have no doubt it is destined to be my favorite - the red - a luscious blend Martha says will please for sure. I'm looking forward not only to that bottle, but the nuances some age will give to the first vintage of these three and future bottlings.
Spend a little time enjoying them my friends.


Melinda Potcher,
Oenophile.and Albuquerque Resident/ March 2012