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13 Places to Drink Wine in Las Vegas

Posted at 1:22 PM, Feb 15, 2016

Calling all wine lovers! Celebrate National Drink Wine Day (Feb. 18) with your favorite glass of vino. We did some digging, and found these 13 Places to Drink Wine in Las Vegas.

1. Hugo's Cellar
This downtown hidden gem has a wonderful selection of wine. Located in the Four Queens Hotel-Casino in downtown Las Vegas, Hugo’s Cellar offers romantic and elegant dining with exquisite service in a casual setting. Dinner 5 to 10 p.m. daily 

2. La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway
La Cave at Wynn Las Vegas has a selection of 250 bottles and 50 wines by the glass, featuring the finest boutique producers from around the world. La Cave encourages exploration by the connoisseur and the novice alike. Wine for all.

3. The Capital Grille
There are more than 350 world-class wines awaiting you at The Capital Grille, hailing from nearly every wine-growing region on earth. Old World and New World gems and little-known labels on the brink of stardom. Their acclaimed dry-aged steaks and fresh seafood deserve nothing less than an award-winning wine list.

4. Ferrarro's Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar
Ferraro’s wine bar is a wine lover’s dream! A curated cellar contains the most drinkable and sought-after varietals from Italy, Spain, California, Australia and South America. They will enable you to have fun with wine, no matter your preferences or tasting experience. 

5. Grape Vine Cafe Wine Bar and Cellar
Designed to replicate a wine cellar, Grape Street Café, Wine Bar & Cellar has an intimate setting. Bold hues, iron features and a rustic ambiance surround the restaurant. Candlelight illuminates the restaurant at night. Grape Street has a full service outdoor patio and private room available for parties. The restaurant also offers catering services.

6. Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar
As approachable as it is diverse, their award-winning wine collection features 100 wines served by the glass, hand-selected by Director of Wine, Maeve Pesquera.

All dinners include free house wine with dinner. Although if you would like other wine the house wine, they have a nice selection of wine to purchase to go along with your dinner.
 
If you love wine, Due Forni will be your new favorite home. The restaurant features an array of wine dispensers that allow them to pour over 40 limited production wines that are offered by the glass. Oh, and the pizza is to die for.
 
d.vino Italian Food & Wine Bar offers seasonal, traditional farm-fresh ingredients -- meat, fish, salami and cheese, vegetables, pasta and bread. Of course, an authentic Italian dining experience includes wine. To ensure you select the exact vintage you desire, d.vino offers tastings of 18 different rare wines with their Enomatic, state-of-the-art wine system, which lets you sample in 1 oz., 2 oz. or 5 oz. pours.
 
Thirsty and looking to sample fine libations from around the world? Hey, wine not? Rio’s Wine Cellar and Tasting Room is home to one of the most impressive public wine collections in the United States. Located in the resort’s Masquerade Village, this must-see Vegas destination showcases some 10,000 bottles, valued at more than $10 million.
 
Their extensive wine list has been carefully selected to compliment the menu. They offer several wines that were discovered while visiting the magnificent wine regions of America, California, Washington and Oregon. Rhythm Kitchen offers varietal wines from France, Spain, Italy and many other regions around the world.
 
Their eclectic menu encompasses the freshest seafood, seasonal fish, steak and pasta specialties. They offer an extensive wine list, vegetarian options and a gluten-free menu and kids menu at every location.
 
Located just south of The Strip at Town Square Las Vegas, the 2,800-square-foot space features a full bar that offers over 40 unique wines by the glass, 100 whiskey labels, sampler flights, and Double Helix’s signature cocktails.