It is good to know that the Strip District has a place for wine tasting with some decent wines (have tried a few other places right in the heart of the Strip but would rather walk the 10 blocks to go to Pgh Winery).
Have been here only in the afternoon and the wine tasting is held upstairs in a small area that would feel crowded with more than eight people in it. The staff is young and does not provide a lot of insight other than the info that is already printed on the wine list.
The wine flight price is reasonable so was not shocked when my wine glass was not swapped out when switching from white to red and when the glass was not dried in between each tasting. I did not even see a dump bucket but perhaps it is hidden behind the counter.
A sliver of cheese and a chocolate candy wafer is offered with two of the reds and there are some crackers on the counter. Bottle prices are listed on the chalkboard.
As far as the quality of the wines, we all liked the reds more than the whites and all preferred the latter reds than the first few on the list.
There is a big seating space downstairs and they used to have bands sometimes but not currently. The lighting is very dim and the place smells musty so would not want to hang out down there.
It is located away from the business of the Strip (it is on 28th street) but it's an easy walk and gets you out of the crowds. The server doesn't quite rush you through the tastings but doesn't really let you linger either so I would say it's a nice 30-40 minute activity.
Compared to two other wineries in the Strip I stopped at, I would choose Pgh Winery due to the overall better quality wines and the quality of a couple of the reds.