Aureole (Las Vegas, NV)

The four story wine tower is quite the spectacle at this Las Vegas establishment.


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Chef Charlie Palmer and Executive Chef Vincent Poussell combine classically influenced, progressive American cuisine with the pizzazz of Las Vegas in this flamboyant space in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.

Destination Bottles:

J.L. Chave 1995 Cuvée Cathelin (Hermitage)
Batic 2008 Zaria (Vípavska Dolina)
J. Rochioli 1992 Westside Road Neighbors Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley)

A four-story, temperature-controlled glass and steel wine tower—the largest in the world—houses 10,000 of Palmer’s awardwinning 50,000-bottle list, made accessible by an elaborate pulley system presided over by “flying wine angels.”

For more information about this Las Vegas, NV, restaurant, click here.

For more Las Vegas restaurants, visit Andre's, B & B Ristorante, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon and Joël Robuchon and Sage.

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