Kazimierz World Wine Bar is almost as difficult to find as it is to pronounce (Kaz-meer-ehz). Let's just call it Kazbar. It's tucked into a back alley in Old Town Scottsdale near its sister restaurant, Cowboy Ciao. But the search for the nondescript entrance, which took us two trips around the block, is worth it. As you walk in, you feel like you're descending into a very rich friend's intimate, well-stocked wine cellar. Kazimierz and Cowboy Ciao share a 47-page wine list that lists some 2,000 choices. If you're like us, though, and don't have a Ph.D. in oenology (the study of wine), you appreciate Kazbar's offering of five or six wine flights. Our two tastings took us on a vintner's tour from the Loire Valley in France, to Sonoma and Napa in California, to the Willamette Valley in Oregon, to Washington state, and finally a side trip to our own Sonoita-Elgin region. Every stop was appreciated. So was the menu of light bites, which includes one of our and the Valley's favorites, the remarkable Stetson Chopped Salad. And if good food and wine isn't enough, there's also live music every night after 9 p.m. So once you find the place, why would you want to leave? As the Zagat review says, "It's not your average wine bar."