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The Top Five Wine Lists in Las Vegas

Make dinner even more special by pairing it with some of the best wine lists in Las Vegas. Whether you crave Italian, French, seafood or more, these restaurants serve up some of the finest selections of wines in the city.

3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S.



With a handful of James Beard Foundation nominations for Outstanding Wine Service, Master Sommelier Robert Smith and the Picasso wine program serve up an exploration of some of the best in European wines. The wine cellar offers more than 1,500 wines that go well with the French cuisine and collection of Picassos dotting the walls.

Guy Savoy
Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.


Guy Savoy

It may be the only place in America where you can taste Guy Savoy’s cuisine, but it’s also the only place where you can dine in the Krug Room. The six-course dinners within pair wines with seasonal flavors and favorites such as the colors of caviar and crispy sea bass. Go for small plates and wine at Bubble Bar, the more casual setting within Guy Savoy.

Mandalay Bay
3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S.



The four-story wine tower with its wine angels who fetch your selection make Aureole a delightful spot to sip on wines. A new wine angel, Isabella Maya, toured with Cirque du Soleil and entertains with acrobatics in the tower. Master Sommelier William Sherrer can help you pick out the perfect bottle to pair with your seafood.

Joël Robuchon
MGM Grand
3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S.


Joël Robuchon

Most of the French dining experiences at Joël Robuchon come paired with wines. And the price range for one of the most expensive — and best — restaurants in the city is astounding: $15 per glass and $45 per bottle up to $80 per glass and $15,000 per bottle. The oldest wine available is Volnay Hospices de Beaune Cuvée Blondeau Maison Camille Giroud 1937.

Piero’s Italian Cuisine
355 Convention Center Drive


Piero’s Italian Cuisine

Go old school with Piero’s Italian Cuisine’s menu, which hasn’t changed since the restaurant opened more than 30 years ago. Nuzzle in one of the cozy booths where your privacy is assured. You might see Holly Madison at one table and Mike Cristalli and Marc Saggese, who inspired the show The Defenders, at another, and nary a word in the gossip columns. Piero’s wine cellar boasts 1,900 wines with more than 10,000 bottles, and you can even order up some of them by the glass.

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