1. Booming Enterprise, a New Joint in Town!
Barbara and John DiVirgilio might have started their wine business as an accident, but their efforts in the business are quite impressive. What began as an endeavor to impress family and friends in Pittsburg developed into a high-flying business, the Pine Hollow Winery that the couple intends to bring to Vegas. The entity was born back in 2015 with an ability to produce up to 500 gallons a year, but the competition was a little overwhelming, something Vegas residents can be thankful for.
The new joint is expected to open up on 7018 W. Charleston Blvd with 15 wine types on the menu. The varieties will feature blueberry, strawberry, and orange flavors that you will undoubtedly enjoy. At only $ 7 and $ 8 a glass, you will have something amazing.
2. Sip and an Unwind
You might not have the means to set foot in France in time for the grape harvest, but Li Hsun and Chris Connors got you covered. Their Mi Gusta Tacos on 2240 Village Walk Drive, Henderson has just the right flare; this is the perfect spot for grape enthusiasts to meet up, sample, and learn more. They offer a variety of tasty dishes and other drinks to go along with the wines.
The costs range between $9 and $24 per glass, with bottles going for between $36 and $575. The joint covers French wines, and if you are a fan, a bottle of Henri Bourgeois Sancerre or Domaine Charbonniere Chateauneuf-du-Pape will restore your spirit.
3. A Drink in the Art District
Vegas might be flowing with lots of fantastic classy wineries and tasting joints, but a sip as you enjoy artworks in the Art District should be on top of your menu. Eric Prato and Mario Enriquez s Garagiste Wine Room & Merchant on 197 E. California Ave is the perfect joint. With just $38, you have something on their menu. Prices mostly range between $60 and $80. Even better, they offer cured meats and cheese to complement the wine.
4. Savory Dishes with Tasty Wines
The wines seasons brings with it anew spot in Tivoli Village at formally Ada s. With James Beard-nominated chef Scuola Vecchia at the helm, the new joint will offer a variety of quality wines with prices ranging between $ 15 and $ 300 per bottle.