When it comes to wine, The Table Bay has proved again that its finger is on the pulse. For the second consecutive year, The Table Bay has received the highest possible accolade in the prestigious Diners Club Winelist Awards – a coveted Diamond Award. This exceptional achievement is testament to the hotel’s focus on creating a more personalised wine story that reflects the style and character of the hotel and the guests it welcomes.
A Diamond list scores 91% or higher, with a selection of excellent wines in all categories; including exciting new wines and classic labels as well as a reserve list of aged wines and good international choices.
“The Table Bay has a discerning and diverse clientele, and we have placed special emphasis on selecting wines that reflect this as well as complement our dishes. This involves close collaboration with our culinary team, including Executive Chef Jocelyn Myers-Adams who is a qualified sommelier. Though more complex than in days gone by, food and wine pairing is certainly an exciting journey. This journey is integral to the experiential adventure that has become synonymous with dining at The Table Bay,” says The Table Bay’s Assistant Food and Beverage Manager Charl Theron.
He continues: “A focus when creating our new wine list was to further extend our selection of wines by the glass, which also presents tremendous opportunities for guests to explore. We now have over 129 interesting wines by the glass, representing diverse categories, including champagne.”
Joanne Selby, the General Manager at The Table Bay says: “To receive a Diamond rating in the Diners Club Winelists Awards for two years running is most certainly a great source of pride for us. It indicates that we are indeed on the right track when it comes to satisfying the tastes and desires of the most discerning food and wine connoisseurs. We are committed to remaining on this path to excellence.”
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