NAPA, CALIF. (May 22, 2014) – Vanishing Point Winery recently added a 2012 Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from Sonoma Coast to its portfolio after selling out of the first two vintages in three months.
Both wines feature a new label depicting the “vanishing point,” the time of day before the sun dips below the horizon, casting a beautiful but fleeting light on the vineyards. Vanishing Point Winery strives to craft wines that capture the brilliance and beauty.
With a suggested retail price of $28, Vanishing Point Winery’s wines offer an exceptional deal and can be found in fine Vegas restaurants including Bouchon Bistro, Lotus of Siam, TAO Asian Bistro, LAVO Italian Restaurant, Botero, Marche Bacchus as well as Whole Foods. The wines can also be purchased in California at Divine Bar, St. Helena Wine Center, Mercado Restaurant, Urban Kitchen Grill & Wine Bar and San Dimas Wine Shop & Tasting Room.
For more information, visit vanishingpointwinery.com.
Vanishing Point Winery 2012 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay new label
About MCC Hospitality Group
Based in Los Angeles with extended roots in Las Vegas and Hawaii, MCC Hospitality Group is comprised of award-winning restaurants and entities including Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo Las Vegas, a classic steakhouse with cuisine by Executive Chef JL Carrera and recipient of Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence since 2010; Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Grove, named one of the “Best Restaurant Patios In and Around Los Angeles” by CBS Los Angeles and recipient of Wine Spectator Award of Excellence since 2001; d.vino Italian Food & Wine Bar at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, offering seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients and homemade ice cream sundaes; Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, with traditional Hong Kong-style Chinese food and sushi with quirky décor that transports diners into another world with floating baby heads and dancing bok choy; JuiceFarm in Pasadena and Las Vegas, offering cold-pressed juice using the highest quality organic produce; Market City Caffe in Burbank featuring old-world Italian cuisine and pizzas; Peet’s Coffee & Tea Hawaii, providing specialty coffee to raise expectations of American coffee drinkers; and Vanishing Point Winery, a winery in partnership with winemaker Shawn Johnson. Partners Sal Casola, Jr. and Chipper Pastron have more than three decades of success in the food & beverage industry and continue to build MCC Hospitality Group’s portfolio with innovative and top-notch ventures. For more information, visit mcchgroup.com.