About Red Horse Vineyard
Bed & Breakfast
“There's No Place Like Home” ... at Red Horse Vineyard B&B ... truly describes the experience Phil and Darlene want to share with you.Phil & Darlene Capshaw
Historic location – along El Camino Real, in the area where the Confederate Army was camped during Battle of Albuquerque, recorded as part of the Atrisco Heritage Land Grant, stories passed down that the horses for Neosho Pony Express were stabled in the back acre and numerous horse tack found in the pastures. Stand amongst majestic cottonwood trees and sip wine from old vines dating back to the formation of the Spanish mission trails. Be immersed in history as you view artifacts found on the farm - antique bottles and insulators, grinding stones from when the Tewa Indians settled along the Rio Grande, remnants of wagons and horse tack, cooking vessels and more!
Present Day Convenience - just across the river from the airport and on the edge of the city, but close enough to enjoy all Albuquerque has to offer!
B & B Staff family-owned and managed
Phil & Darlene Capshaw Your Innkeeper Hosts
Having been raised on the farm, Darlene re-creates treasured memories and lifestyle of growing up on a rural farm near the city. Daily tasks like canning fresh produce grown in the garden, to making jam from fruit on the orchard trees to simple things like gathering eggs and nurturing seedlings – it'’s all part of a home-grown lifestyle. Phil brings his global experiences with the military and merges them with events of living on the farm as well. Phil and Darlene raised their daughters on the farm until the family was transferred to Europe. So many wonderful moments are etched in the family’s lives because of the simple, beautiful and genuine way of life down on the farm.
Carl E. LondeneOwner
Carl is a Kansas born Swede and proud of it – so much so that our logo is a Swedish Dala Horse! His vision and wealth of experience makes Red Horse Vineyard the farm that Carl built. He is an artist, vintner of Red Horse Winery among many other talents such as making the best homemade ice cream in the world! Guests can listen to his stories of the farm as they taste his wines, see his paintings and admire the pottery he poured and carved. Every nook in the house and farm tell a rich story of history and life.
Sami Rosolino Social Media
Sami is the youngest daughter of Phil and Darlene. She was born in Albuquerque and her childhood was filled with magical moments on the farm. Her outgoing smile and positive insight help Red Horse Vineyard keep a welcoming presence in social media. Sami also manages the database and marketing for the B&B. She is always looking for a new way to share the treasure she was blessed to grow up with. Her excitement and experiences are now shared with her son, Theo, who is in many of our photos as well as the mural of 5 generations in the Old West bathroom.