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Wing Lei has the power of the entire Wynn Las Vegas wine collection behind it, which means lots of rare French and Italian bottles. But this is Chinese food, with nuances that are served by only a few particular spirits. The classic dishes at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant — such as wok-fried Maine lobster, chili Dungeness crab and Imperial Duck — might not fit well with an expensive and rare Italian. Instead, Rieslings and Japanese plum wines pair well with a number of these dishes. One of the specialties on this menu isn’t a wine at all: the Vietnamese 33 Beer. Wing Lei seems to be the only place on the Strip to offer this Southeast Asian favorite.