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5 Wine Bars You Need to Visit around Vegas

By Kaitlynn Miller | February 27, 2018 | Food & Drink

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From decadent locales to rustic cellars, these are the best spots to order a glass of your favorite red or white around Sin City.

La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway

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Perfect for a romantic evening for two or drinks with friends, La Cave boasts an intimate yet approachable atmosphere with great food, music, and an extensive selection of wines. Order your sip of choice from a selection of 250 bottles and 50 wines by the glass, which features options from the world’s finest boutique producers for every type of palate. For something to nosh on, we suggest the hot spot’s coveted charcuterie boards comprised of three meats and three cheeses. 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd., 702-770-7375

Grape Vine

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Reminiscent of a rustic wine cellar, this Sin City destination decorated in bold hues and candlelight accents features California bistro style cuisine, such as primavera pasta and ahi tuna, in addition to their broad selection of wines. At the bar, choose from over 40 wines by the glass, or browse the retail side of the restaurant to pick up a bottle to-go for 50-percent off. 7501 W Lake Mead Blvd. #120, 702-228-9463

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge

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Situated in Town Square, this 2,800 square-foot-space goes beyond your typical wine bar. Serving 60 wines by the glass, as well as an assortment of small plates, Double Helix Wine and Whiskey Lounge offers happy hour, bottomless brunch, and private events, such as bachelorette champagne parties. Although the wine menu boasts a wide-range of choices from bubbles and rosé to whites and dessert wines, we suggest ordering one of their flights in order to find your new favorite sip. With flight options such as Riesling, international blends, and Cabernet, there’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste. Town Square, 6599 S Las Vegas Blvd. #150B, 702-473-5415

Hostile Grape

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Perhaps one of the most distinct wine destinations around Las Vegas, Hostile Grape—the only wine cellar is Henderson—features more than 400 wines by the bottle, as well as a unique dispensing systems, which allows you to sample more than 160 wines by glass. Be sure to stop by on Friday or Saturday as the hot spot boasts an eclectic lineup of live performances from pianists to acoustic guitarists. 12300 S Las Vegas Blvd., Henderson, 702-797-1000

Wine Cellar & Tasting Room at The Rio

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Located at The Rio’s Masquerade Village, The Wine Cellar and Tasting Room is a must-visit destination for the wine connoisseur. Showcasing around 3,000 bottles, including rare collectibles such as an 1800 Madeira from Thomas Jefferson’s cellar, this Sin City destination is a wine-lover’s paradise. At the bar, which offers more than 100 wines by the glass, patrons are invited to interact with the professional wine stewards, relax on the luxurious leather couches, or indulge in the Tasting Room’s food and wine-pairing menu, which features international cheeses and freshly baked breads. 3700 W Flamingo Rd., 702-777-7962

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