Top Wines at the Good Food Guide's Top 20
Published by Shana Dilworth on 17/08/2017
Launched in 1951, the Good Food Guide has become a noted authority on the finest places to eat in the UK. A listing in the Guide’s annual top 50 is a sure sign of a restaurant being a fabulous place to eat.
Restaurants in the Guide aren’t rated just for the quality of their cooking, but for the overall dining experience, meaning that food, wine, atmosphere and staff are all taken into account. While the Guide’s taste tends towards more classic, high-end restaurants, as opposed to trendy local spots, the more memorable the dining experience, the higher the restaurant is ranked.
All of which shows that the more formal dining experience continues to re-invent itself and stay relevant. The restaurants and chefs highlighted in this year’s Good Food Guide continue to be some of the most influential advisors for how and what we eat, with many committed to fair trade, locally-sourced ingredients and sustainable fish sources.
So we’re incredibly proud of the fact that we work to supply wine to two thirds of the restaurants listed in this year’s top 50, including 11 out of the top 20. We certainly wouldn’t want to take all the credit for their achievements, but we’re delighted that we could play our small part.
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