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Spring has sprung and the sweet scent of flowers adds to spring wines with light, fresh flavors. Try a rosé, red, blanc or red blend while enjoying the colors of the world during this vibrant time of year.
Embrace the warm aromas enjoying a glass during wintertime of mild daytime temperatures and chilly nights.
It is a smorgasbord of flavors for wines this time of year. The temperatures remain warm but now the weather is inviting to sip outdoors. Fruity flavors such as apples, pears and cherries enhance the boldness of these selections. Grab a glass and toast to this colorful time of year.
Refreshing, fruity and fresh with hints of blossoms are just some of the words to describe summer wines. Summer temperatures might be in the triple digits but these selections combine cool taste with sunny thoughts. Celebrate this time of year by toasting to the season poolside or dining al fresco.
The beauty of spring is everywhere and wines enhance the season with light, fresh flavors. Try a rosé, red, blanc or red blend while smelling the roses and enjoying the colors of world. These are our top choices for the spring months.
Chef Shawn McClain and mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim have created Libertine Social in Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with an upbeat and adventurous menu and cocktail program.
A restaurant devoted to family, friends and community featuring farm-to-table inspired menu that balances the reality of living in the desert with the amazing ingredients regionally available for those willing to look a little harder.
Whether celebrating the holidays, bringing in the New Year or making a resolution to try new wines; these are our top choices for the winter months. Cheers! ~ Kenny Lee
The temperatures remain warm but now the weather is inviting to sip outdoors. Fruity flavors such as apples, pears and peaches enhance the boldness of these selections.
We were encouraged to explore Sonoma, Paso Robles and Healdsburg. This is about one of the best times and tastings I’ve had in wine country.