Crossings Restaurant and Pub again was honored with the Wine Spectator's 2014 Award of Excellence, which highlights eateries around the globe that they say offer the best wine selections. The restaurant is recognized among other winners as a top destination for wine drinkers.
“Wine Spectator congratulates each and every one of this year’s Restaurant Award winners,” said Marvin R. Shanken, Editor and Publisher, Wine Spectator. “The commitment of this year’s winning restaurateurs to building high-quality wine programs has been extraordinary. There has never been a more exciting time to be a wine lover.”
This year, 3,748 restaurants have been named award winners, spanning all 50 U.S. states and over 80 other countries and territories. Wine Spectator began its program to recognize and honor the world’s best wine lists in 1981.
“As wine consumers’ knowledge and interest continue to expand, wine directors are taking advantage of new opportunities to develop inventive programs that put the world’s most interesting wines on the table,” said Thomas Matthews, Executive Editor, Wine Spectator. “We’ve been delighted to see the emergence of a growing number of bold, diverse wine lists, both large and small. These excellent wine programs are easily accessible through our 2014 Dining Guide.”
"We're proud we've won this award for more than 10 years at Crossings," said Shannon Hinderberger, Marketing Manager. "Our staff takes great pride in finding the perfect wines to go with our unique menu."
The complete list of award winners is featured in the August 31 issue of Wine Spectator, available on newsstands July 22. The issue also features a detailed analysis of wine list trends and full profiles of this year’s new Grand Award winners. All of the restaurants can be found in WineSpectator.com’s Restaurant Search, which allows users to find information about their wine selections, cuisine, prices, key staff and more.
The full list of award winners is featured in the Aug. 31 issue of Wine Spectator, available now on newsstands.