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When it comes down to it, Nevada vineyards have not been around for many years. And to take this even further, there are only a couple of vineyards in the entire state. The first vineyard was established in 1990, and since then a couple more have followed suit. But just because Nevada vineyards are not popular, it does not mean that they have nothing to offer. Not only will you have fun when you visit a Nevada vineyard, but you can also learn about the wine industry as well. After all, even the biggest gamblers can get tired of casinos. When this happens, you should consider visiting a Nevada vineyard so that you can do something besides pull slot machine levers.

The nice thing about Nevada vineyards is that you can get a better overall feel as to what the industry is all about. For instance, when you visit one of these vineyards you will get to see how the grapes are harvested and the process that is followed day in and day out.

Nevada vineyards also offer tasting rooms as well as gift shops. This gives you the chance to taste some of the goods that may be produced on site. And of course, at the gift shop you can buy bottles of wine, general souvenirs, and much more.

All in all, Nevada vineyards are on their way up. There are only a couple of these in the state right now, but over the next few years this may very well change. If you live in the area or will be visiting the state for one reason or the next, you should consider touring a Nevada vineyard.
 

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Pahrump Valley Vineyards

3810 Winery Road
Pahrump NV 89048
(775)751-7800
www.pahrumpwinery.com

 

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