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Someone 2 Know: Mike Steedman and Alynn Delisle

The sound of wine bottles being corked is music to Mike Steedman’s ears. He co-owns Nevada Sunset Winery on 4th street in Reno, a business that was essentially prohibited until about three years ago.

Reno Tahoe Tonight: Nevada Sunset Winery:

“We want to make great wine at reasonable prices and provide a fun atmosphere where people can come enjoy a tasting, a glass or a bottle with us.” – Mike Steedman and Alynn Delisle owners of Nevada Sunset Winery

Planned Reno Winery in Legal Limbo; Change in Nevada Law Needed

Business appears to be brisk at the Lead Dog Brewing Company, which since January has operated a pub in half of a low-slung stucco building on Reno’s revitalized 4th Street corridor.

More Breweries/Wineries coming to East 4th Street

The 4th Street “Brewery District” is set to add some more players in the next several months. The latest entries are going into 415 East 4th (the space that Lake Tahoe Brewing was trying to open).

How major Nevada liquor law changes could mean more local beer and wine, explained

Nevada’s craft brewpubs will be able to make more than twice as much beer starting in July if Gov. Brian Sandoval signs an omnibus liquor bill. Nevada is one of the top beer consuming states but one of the most restrictive on production,

New food and drink spots planned for Reno

Business appears to be brisk at the Lead Dog Brewing Company, which since January has operated a pub in half of a low-slung stucco building on Reno’s revitalized 4th Street corridor.

nevada sunset winery:

415 East 4th Street, Suite B, Reno, NV 89512