Monthly Archives: May 2016

Montaditos, Wine and People Watching in Downtown Las Vegas

The renaissance of downtown Las Vegas has been nothing short of remarkable, as the eastern side of the main drag, Fremont Street, continues to see new development replacing hooker-patronized no-tell motels and other long-shuttered businesses. At the heart of the

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Posted in Editor's Journal, Our Wine Travel Log

5 Tips for Your Tasting Room Visit

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, which means summer is right around the corner. And that means tasting rooms at wineries across the country will be buzzing. If you’re not familiar with the tasting room experience… or even if you

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Posted in In the Cellar

What to Do When There’s No Sommelier to Help

I was reading the other day that one of America’s most accomplished sommeliers, Kevin Vogt, was getting out of the sommelier business. For close to two decades, Vogt curated the wine lists for celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse’s Las Vegas restaurants:

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Posted in Wine Buzz

Summertime Wine Essential: Combo Wine Rack and Carrier

The ZEbag is a designer wine-carrying bag that’s a versatile companion for weekend breaks, boat trips or picnics. It also can provide a stylish gift presentation when offering wine to friends. Originally designed in France, the ZEbag has been described

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Posted in Vinesse Style
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