Wine Spectator has awarded Wilmington restaurant Domaine Hudson the 2019 Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence for its wine program.
“We are honored to be selected for the Best of Award of Excellence by the Wine Spectator organization,” said Mike Ross, Domaine Hudson co-owner. “Having received numerous awards for our wine program in the past –- this latest award highlights our consistent commitment to offering our patrons a laudable selection of premier, rare, boutique and vintage wines to complement our creative, elegant cuisine.”
Mike and Beth Ross, who purchased Domaine Hudson in 2011, have garnered a number of awards for their wine list, Zagat-rated food, customer service, and signature cocktails.
“A great deal of thought and planning goes into developing a wine list of the quality we have at Domaine Hudson,” said Beth Ross. “We are pleased to be recognized by such a prestigious source as Wine Spectator for the seventh consecutive year.”
Wine Spectator began its program to recognize the world’s best wine lists in 1981.
“We’re pleased to shine a spotlight on the destinations around the world that show devotion to their wine program, while also creating a comprehensive global dining guide for our readers to enjoy,” said Marvin R. Shanken, editor and publisher of Wine Spectator. “Both novice wine lovers and seasoned sommeliers alike actively seek and frequent restaurants with exciting, well-curated wine lists. Bravo to all the 2019 recipients—we raise a glass to you.”