28 Jun 2021

28 Jun 2021

Julians- A Tropical French Bistro is recognized in prestigious program for fourth straight year.


Long Bay, Anguilla, BWI (June 28, 2021) — For the fourth year in a row (since our grand opening in 2018), Julians restaurant at Quintessence Hotel has been awarded the prestigious Wine Spectator 2021 Award of Excellence. The award honors restaurants for wine lists that are well-focused, emphasize discovery and “feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style.”

“We are pleased that Julians and the Q Cellar have been recognized for the fourth consecutive year by Wine Spectator,” said Quintessence Hotel Owner Geoffrey Fieger. “We strive to share exquisite wines with our guests, and discover the perfect pairings for every meal.”

Julians features an inventory of more than 2,000 bottles, emphasizing Bordeaux and Burgundy from France and California. Mr. Fieger’s collection is kept in cedar bins in the state-of-the-art Q Cellar tended by Sommelier Albert Lake, Chef Dominique Thevenet, and General Manager Merla Smith.

As part of Quintessence Hotel’s luxury experience, guests may opt for intimate tastings or meals in Q Cellar, enjoying wine selections meticulously matched to Chef Thevenet’s island-infused French cuisine.

Julians will be listed in the dining guide in the August 31, 2021 issue of Wine Spectator, as well as featured online beginning June 28 on WineSpectator.com. Contact Quintessence to book a reservation at Julian’s, tour the wine cellar, or arrange an intimate tasting with our Sommelier.

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