Wine Spectator: Eight Restaurants Earn New Grand Awards in 2015July 8, 2015
Based on a strong showing of contenders, Wine Spectator’s 2015 Restaurant Awards program has promoted eight restaurants to Grand Award status, the highest recognition for a restaurant wine list. That’s the largest class since 1993. These winners are Aux Beaux Arts in Macao; Bleu Provence in Naples, Fla; Capo in Santa Monica, Calif.; Marcello’s La Sirena in West Palm Beach, Fla.; Pearl & Ash in New York; the Plumed Horse in Saratoga, Calif.; Print Hall in Perth, Australia; and Spruce in San Francisco.
These new winners join 73 other restaurants that successfully renewed their Grand Award status in 2015 and maintained their position as a world-class wine destination. The Wine Spectator Restaurant Awards program has been honoring the world’s best wine programs since 1981. Grand Award winners generally offer 1,000 or more selections, with superior breadth and depth in many of the world’s classic wine-producing regions.
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