National Drink Wine Day is February 18th, and Las Vegas is the ideal city to enjoy a glass or bottle of vino. Whether you prefer red, white, rosé, bubbly, or anything in between, our collection of wine in Las Vegas is internationally known. Plan a day or night out celebrating wine with these 10 restaurants, bars, wineries, and wine shops in Vegas.
This Las Vegas steakhouse prides itself on homemade Italian breads, award-winning sauces, handmade pasta, and expert wine pairings. Joe Vicari’s philosophy, originating from the late Master Chef Aldo Ottaviani, is to buy the freshest ingredients and prepare them from scratch every day. On top of an incredible food menu, the wine list at Andiamo is both extensive and impressive. With over 80 Italian and global wines by the glass or bottle to pair with the ideal dinner on National Drink Wine Day.
With over 15 pages of wines to choose from, Barry’s Downtown Prime is another great restaurant option for wine lovers. Vintage glamour and hospitality meet modern innovation and design at this classic steakhouse, where you can find the perfect white wine pairing for your chilled seafood platter to the ideal red wine pairing for your tomahawk ribeye steak. It’s hard to go wrong celebrating this delicious holiday at Barry’s.
Get cozy and enjoy a glass outside by the fire pit on the patio at Double Helix with one of their 30 wines by the glass. If you can’t decide, try a sample from the Enomatic station or come in during the long happy hour from 3:30-7:30pm. If you happen to be celebrating National Drink Wine Day with someone who prefers other libations, Double Helix also has great options for whiskey drinkers.
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La Cave is consistently one of the top-rated locations to enjoy wine in Las Vegas, and it’s easy to see why. With 50 choices by the glass and more than 250 bottles on the menu, La Cave is the perfect location for vino lovers looking to split small plates of food. Head outside on the garden patio “hideaway” where the atmosphere is calm, quiet, and just right for sharing a wine flight with a flatbread or cheese plate.
Drinking Wine in Las Vegas has never been so beautiful. Legacy Club sits atop Circa Resort in Downtown Las Vegas and offers some of the best views of the city and surrounding landscape. Order a glass or two of wine while enjoying this rooftop bar and soaking in the sights. Though the wine list at Legacy Club isn’t as extensive as other locations, we can guarantee that the view and experience will make this National Drink Wine Day one to remember.
This French bistro features elegant indoor seating as well as an outdoor terrace on the water for some refreshing al fresco wine drinking. You can either drink at the cafe and enjoy one of their over 40 wines by the glass, or you can purchase bottles to take home. Marché Bacchus features a robust wine shop with more than 950 domestic and international labels, including some that you won’t find anywhere else in Nevada.
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Eataly Las Vegas holds true to its Italian roots, which is probably the reason they have such an impressive collection of wine. Explore 500+ bottles of wine from all regions of Italy showcasing an expansive variety of regions, grapes, and more that will transport you right into the heart of Italian vineyards.
To the side of the casino floor is a staircase that takes you down to one of the largest and most impressive public wine collections in the United States. There are roughly 7,000 bottles on hand at any given time, valued at millions of dollars, including an 1800 Madeira from Thomas Jefferson’s cellar and more than 100 options by the glass.
At the first and only winery in Las Vegas, the Vegas Valley Winery offers daily tastings. Open 7 days a week, make sure to ask for a winery tour while you’re there for the ultimate National Drink Wine Day experience! If you like what you taste, you can also purchase bottles of their handcrafted wine and hard cider.
As the only wine making school of its kind in Las Vegas, Grape Expectations is a unique place to go to learn the ins and outs of wine making. The courses take place over a number of weeks, so if you want to attend each session, consider planning a second trip to Vegas! Classes are still taking place and require all guests to wear masks and to social distance.
Whether you opt for a wine shop or bar, a glass or a bottle, red or white, Las Vegas has you covered for National Drink Wine Day! Book a room at Golden Gate Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas to have a place to relax with an extra glass of wine after a long day (or night) of exploring the city and all the vino it has to offer.