Total Wine & More - Las Vegas (Summerlin), NV

★★★★★
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702-933-8740

730 S. Rampart Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV

89145

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Great store. Roomy, comfortable, attentive staff, clean, can bring family here. Great prices- beat all competitors in good space. Costco prices down since TW opened. Vast selection. 4 visits - need more time to absorb - so many choices. Like a fine restaurant with too many choices on menu. Have heard Lee's Discount is in serious $ trouble and owes main 4 liquor distributors millions. Owner has condo in Queens Ridge and looks down on TW store. Must be crying. Lee's is sleazy- porno mags and videos on rack near checkout counter - could not take kids or wife there- dirty - wierd staff - never asked if needed help- glued to behind the counter- but for years only game in town- surprised casino owners and other rich folks did not do it sooner. 5 stars.

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Great store. Roomy, comfortable, attentive staff, clean, can bring family here. Great prices- beat all competitors in good space. Costco prices down since TW opened. Vast selection. 4 visits - need more time to absorb - so many choices. Like a fine restaurant with too many choices on menu. Have heard Lee's Discount is in serious $ trouble and owes main 4 liquor distributors millions. Owner has condo in Queens Ridge and looks down on TW store. Must be crying. Lee's is sleazy- porno mags and videos on rack near checkout counter - could not take kids or wife there- dirty - wierd staff - never asked if needed help- glued to behind the counter- but for years only game in town- surprised casino owners and other rich folks did not do it sooner. 5 stars.

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Wow! This store is just what Las Vegas needed! It is a wine drinker's paradise! My husband and I stopped by on a Sunday afternoon just to take a peek and we were in the store for over an hour! So watch out - it is addicting!

This humungous wine, beer and liquor superstore has one of the best selections I have ever seen. As a wine lover, it is really difficult to find small production wines anywhere but California. I was ooh-ing and aah-ing at all of the rare labels and tiny wines here! The Zinfandel and Malbec selection is phenomenal, and lots of little known, smaller wineries' products are carried. There's even a section of wines from the Finger Lakes region of New York state! I kept finding little gems among the vast wine racks of wines that I love but have NEVER seen outside of Napa Valley or Sonoma (Heitz Gringolino Port being the rarest one that comes to mind).

The store was also extremely well stocked, with mounds of bottles and nice shelf tasting notes / descriptions below the bottles. The wines are laid out by varietal and region, so it is fun to browse (I enjoy stores laid out this way because it's easy if you know you are looking for a Merlot or a Pinot Grigio). I also like that the more expensive cellar-worthy wines are kept in a proper temperature-controlled cellar (Petrus: $1,799.99). Total Wine has a fantastic selection of champagne and sparkling wine, too! The store has everything to please the most frugal of customers to the most experienced of collectors.

The store is very well laid out and it is easy to find what you're looking for. The staff was VERY knowledgeable not only to the location of products in the store, but about wine in general. The employees were professionally dressed and handled themselves at such (they weren't surly and borderline scary like the employees at Lee's). This is a place a single woman can shop alone and feel safe and at ease (again, no deadbeats drinking out of paper bags in the parking lot - yeah Lee's, I'm talking to you). I was impressed when I heard one customer ask an employee about a $3 bottle of white zinfandel and then another ask him about a $350 bottle of French Bordeaux. And he treated them both with the same respect (no judging or snobbery here).

Beers from ALL OVER can be found here as well - including fun, "novelty" labels that would make great gifts! I can't speak for the liquor selection since I don't know much about it, but that section looked huge and well laid out too. The store also has a classroom in the back for wine education seminars and a really nice climate-controlled cigar humidor. The store was also well-stocked in loads of accessories, gifts and liquor mixes. There's also a well-stocked section of beer and wine friendly snacks (nuts, chips, crackers) so you can pick up everything for an impromptu party.

The prices were very good and in some cases exceptional. You have to know your wine prices before shopping here, though. Some items were an absolute bargain, while others were a bit overpriced (by a bit, I mean by $5 - $6). Surprisingly, on most of the collector wines as well as the everyday drinking wines, the prices were extremely competitive. The prices were much lower than Khoury's and Lee's, and in some cases even cheaper than at Sam's Club / Costco, and the selection was phenomenal. The store policy is that they will beat any price in town, so get your local ads ready!

The store also has lots of complimentary tastings. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and they were tasting 16 (yes, SIXTEEN) different wines! Since the store is in Summerlin, there were quite a few faux-sophisticate soccer moms monopolizing the tasting area. But if you can just ignore the folks who think that a wine glass in hand automatically equals an unparalled worldly wisdom, you'll do just fine!

I know it's been said, but this store is beyond compare with the previous local powerhouse, Lee's Discount Liquor. It is truly in another league! I keep hearing stories from a friend of a friend of a friend who went to Total Wine and loved it - the word of mouth on this place is AMAZING and is MUCH DESERVED. I think as the months go on, more and more 'upscale' customers will be moving on to Total Wine and away from Lee's. As with many others I have talked to, I will never set foot in a Lee's again. Why would I waste my time with rude and curt service and employees when I can go to Total Wine and be treated like a superstar?

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★★★★★

Wow! This store is just what Las Vegas needed! It is a wine drinker's paradise! My husband and I stopped by on a Sunday afternoon just to take a peek and we were in the store for over an hour! So watch out - it is addicting!

This humungous wine, beer and liquor superstore has one of the best selections I have ever seen. As a wine lover, it is really difficult to find small production wines anywhere but California. I was ooh-ing and aah-ing at all of the rare labels and tiny wines here! The Zinfandel and Malbec selection is phenomenal, and lots of little known, smaller wineries' products are carried. There's even a section of wines from the Finger Lakes region of New York state! I kept finding little gems among the vast wine racks of wines that I love but have NEVER seen outside of Napa Valley or Sonoma (Heitz Gringolino Port being the rarest one that comes to mind).

The store was also extremely well stocked, with mounds of bottles and nice shelf tasting notes / descriptions below the bottles. The wines are laid out by varietal and region, so it is fun to browse (I enjoy stores laid out this way because it's easy if you know you are looking for a Merlot or a Pinot Grigio). I also like that the more expensive cellar-worthy wines are kept in a proper temperature-controlled cellar (Petrus: $1,799.99). Total Wine has a fantastic selection of champagne and sparkling wine, too! The store has everything to please the most frugal of customers to the most experienced of collectors.

The store is very well laid out and it is easy to find what you're looking for. The staff was VERY knowledgeable not only to the location of products in the store, but about wine in general. The employees were professionally dressed and handled themselves at such (they weren't surly and borderline scary like the employees at Lee's). This is a place a single woman can shop alone and feel safe and at ease (again, no deadbeats drinking out of paper bags in the parking lot - yeah Lee's, I'm talking to you). I was impressed when I heard one customer ask an employee about a $3 bottle of white zinfandel and then another ask him about a $350 bottle of French Bordeaux. And he treated them both with the same respect (no judging or snobbery here).

Beers from ALL OVER can be found here as well - including fun, "novelty" labels that would make great gifts! I can't speak for the liquor selection since I don't know much about it, but that section looked huge and well laid out too. The store also has a classroom in the back for wine education seminars and a really nice climate-controlled cigar humidor. The store was also well-stocked in loads of accessories, gifts and liquor mixes. There's also a well-stocked section of beer and wine friendly snacks (nuts, chips, crackers) so you can pick up everything for an impromptu party.

The prices were very good and in some cases exceptional. You have to know your wine prices before shopping here, though. Some items were an absolute bargain, while others were a bit overpriced (by a bit, I mean by $5 - $6). Surprisingly, on most of the collector wines as well as the everyday drinking wines, the prices were extremely competitive. The prices were much lower than Khoury's and Lee's, and in some cases even cheaper than at Sam's Club / Costco, and the selection was phenomenal. The store policy is that they will beat any price in town, so get your local ads ready!

The store also has lots of complimentary tastings. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and they were tasting 16 (yes, SIXTEEN) different wines! Since the store is in Summerlin, there were quite a few faux-sophisticate soccer moms monopolizing the tasting area. But if you can just ignore the folks who think that a wine glass in hand automatically equals an unparalled worldly wisdom, you'll do just fine!

I know it's been said, but this store is beyond compare with the previous local powerhouse, Lee's Discount Liquor. It is truly in another league! I keep hearing stories from a friend of a friend of a friend who went to Total Wine and loved it - the word of mouth on this place is AMAZING and is MUCH DESERVED. I think as the months go on, more and more 'upscale' customers will be moving on to Total Wine and away from Lee's. As with many others I have talked to, I will never set foot in a Lee's again. Why would I waste my time with rude and curt service and employees when I can go to Total Wine and be treated like a superstar?

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