Pahrump Valley Winery Las Vegas Day Trip

Pahrump Valley Winery is about an hours drive from the Las Vegas Strip .The winery is located in the Mojave desert and is Nevada's only producing winery although there are several small vineyards scattered around the state.

Out in the middle of the desert you expect to find ghost towns not wineries but its here and its great day trip destination from Las Vegas.

Most of the grapes are shipped in from California or Oregon with a small amount grown on site in the desert vineyard. Free tours are offered most days and the wine tasting room lets you sample Pahrump Valley Wineries award winning wines.

Symphony's restaurant is open for lunch and dine and has a window overlooking the gardens. Food is very reasonably prices and you don't need to dress up to enjoy the experience.

For out of state visitors there are several tour operators offering guide trips to the Pahrump Valley Winery from Las Vegas. The advantage of taking a tour is door-to-door pick service plus you can indulge in the wines without having to worry about the driving.
Pahrump Valley Winery
Pahrump Valley Winery
During the year the winery has several events including the foot-stop festival. Pahrump Valley Winery also is a popular place to host weddings and receptions. Visitors get a discount for purchase of multiple bottles and shipping available.

There is a good variety of wines to choose from including Burgundy, Merlot, white Merlot, desert blush, and sherry. If your looking to escape the noise and congestion of Las Vegas take the hour trip to Pahrump Valley Winery you won't be disappointed.

Free daily tours of the winery and the grounds at 11:30 / 1:30 / 3:30 p.m. Learn about the history of the winery, growing grapes in Nevada.

Directions: From Las Vegas: Take Hwy 160 West (Blue Diamond turn off from I-15) into Pahrump. Turn right onto Winery Road.

Pahrump Valley Winery 3810 Winery Road Pahrump, NV 89048 800.368.9463 or 775.751.7800
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