Resort to host second annual wine mixer on Saturday, September 24
Lead photo by Deleece Cook
The Tropicana Las Vegas will welcome locals and tourists to its second wine event, Tropicana Wine Mixer, on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Guests will appreciate a night of wine, food, and fun which will include five winemakers and Master Sommelier Joseph Phillips serving sips through the Havana Room. Guests will also receive a souvenir menu of the wine selections to receive a stamp for each tasting while learning more about each wine. There will also be live entertainment and raffles throughout the evening.
The winemakers and selections include:
TWE Global Wines is one of the world’s largest wine companies and offers excellent wines, including Frank Family Chardonnay, Etude Pinot Noir, Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet, and Stags Leap Winery Petite Sirah.
Ste. Michelle Wine Estates features exceptional wines from the world’s premier regions and legendary wine producers, offering Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne, Calafuria Rosato Rosé, Patz and Hall Sonoma Chardonnay, and Stags Leap Cellars Artemis Cabernet.
Riboli Family (San Antonio Winery) remains the oldest and largest producing winery in Los Angeles with over 100 years of winemaking with choices of San Simeon Storm Watch, Riboli Family Cabernet, Maddalena Chardonnay, San Simeon Viognier, San Simeon Grenache Rosé, and Opaque Darkness.
Constellation Wines is an American producer and marketer of beer, wine, and spirits and will highlight Robert Mondavi Sauvignon blanc, Robert Mondavi Chardonnay, Robert Mondavi Pinot Noir, and Robert Mondavi Cabernet.
Trinchero Family Estates, family-owned and operated in Napa Valley since 1948, is a leader in the wine industry, representing 50 acclaimed wine and spirits brands and a global presence in nearly 50 countries. Regaleali Le Rosé, Vignaioli (Ceretto) di Santo Stefano Moscato, Iron + Sand Cabernet, and Cotarella Sodale will showcase some of its best.
Guests will also enjoy small plates from Tropicana’s finest restaurants, including Oakville Tuscan Grill, Robert Irvine’s Public House, and Red Lotus Asian Kitchen.
The fun kicks off Saturday, Sept. 24, beginning at 7 p.m., and with an upgrade to a VIP ticket, guests can enjoy an early hour of wine fun (VIP tasting hour from 6 to 7 p.m.) and as a VIP ticket holder, enjoy exclusive tastings of Opus One and Moet champagne and take home a set of two souvenir Tropicana champagne flutes. General admission tickets are priced at $100 and special VIP tickets with early admission are priced at $150. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.troplv.com/entertainment/wine-and-spirits-dinner-series or www.ticketmaster.com.