Friday, August 22, 2008

Chateau Ste Michelle Wine Dinner at Smith and Wollensky will be the place to be August 27th

Smith and Wollensky is what we call a Las Vegas landmark restaurant. located right in the middle of the world famous "strip", Smith and Wollenskly serves up great food and is even open for lunch.

This wonderful restaurant is also known for its wine dinners. This week is no exception . A Chateau Ste Michelle wine diner is worth the visit. With these wines and food paired by Executive Chef John Piccolino this is a dinner that we shall remember
for quite sometime.

Chateau Ste. Michelle is the oldest winery in Washington state. It was founded as the American Wine Company, a 1954 merger of the National Wine Company (NAWICO), founded in 1934, and the Pomerelle Wine Company. (For years, there was a large neon sign advertising NAWICO in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood.) The French-style chateau is located on 87 acres (35 ha) of land with mature trees that once belonged to lumber baron Frederick Stimson, who used it as a hunting retreat and rural working farm called the Hollywood Farm.

VINO LAS VEGAS has attended many of these dinners in the past and we
are always very pleased. You walk in off the strip and see their beautiful
lounge / bar area. This bar reminds me of an old Boston neighborhood bar from the 1930s. The bar staff is exceptional and many have been behind the
bar from the day the restaurant opened.

The wine dinners are held upstairs where you have great food and wine with a nice view of the Las Vegas Strip just below. If you are a wine lover Smith and Wolensky devotes a whole week twice a year to you. During "Wine Week" " stop in each day and sample a new collection of wines. This is a great way to sample wines that you may have never seen or could not afford.

There is always a good time at this landmark restaurant located right in the middle of the action on the Las Vegas strip.

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