Welcome to the Summer 2016 Edition...

      

      I am Charles Moncrieff III, the creator of the Vegas Wine News website.  On behalf of Vegas Wine News, I want to welcome you to the website that provides a regular newsletter focusing on wine related subjects pertaining to the Las Vegas area. 


    Use the Contents section (the next page) to read a summary of this edition’s information.  You may navigate to any page of interest by using the links at the top and bottom of each page, or simply turning to the next article at the end of each page.


   Vegas Wine News offers a quarterly format editorial published online.  Each edition includes reviews of at least one restaurant from a wine lover’s perspective, retailers in the area marketing wine, a calendar of wine related events in our area (see Wine Happenings), a featured winery and person, and travel information pertaining to wine related destinations around the world.  The wine blog gives a brief description of recent wine events, and allows readers to comment on any wine related subject.

       

    While Vegas Wine News will always remain free to the viewing public, the site has a membership plan available, which offers exclusive benefits to members. To read about the advantages of becoming a member of the site go the Membership Benefits page.








         You may also reference some previous issues by using the “links” page.  You may access previous travel articles by going to the “links” pages and using the appendix there to find which previous editions relate to a particular wine destination, and then using the appropriate link to get to the edition containing that article.  I  sincerely hope you enjoy this edition, and always appreciate any feedback regarding the site...


      Should you have any questions about any information listed on this site, or wish to discuss any wine related matters, please contact me by using cm3inc@cox.net.  You may purchase a print of any photograph you see on the website by using that email address.  All such prints are produced at a higher resolution than when printed on the website, making them more suitable for framing.

Nebbiolo grapes ripen near the village of Barolo in Piedmont, Italy...