NEW ORLEANS, LA (January 8, 2018) – The Court of Two Sisters has been awarded the 2017 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for the 23rd year for its exceptional wine program.
The Award of Excellence recognizes restaurants whose wine lists feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style. Whether compact or extensive, focused or diverse, these wine lists deliver appropriate choices to satisfy discerning wine lovers. This year, 2,335 restaurants achieved the Award of Excellence, with 457 of those earning it for the first time in 2017. WineSpectator.com features all of Wine Spectator’s Restaurant Award winners in a free database searchable by location, cuisine type, wine strengths, pricing and award level. To access restaurant recommendations on the go, try Wine Spectator’s Restaurant Awards app, available free on iTunes. All award winners were also featured in the August 31, 2017 issue of Wine Spectator, which included detailed analysis of wine-list trends.
In 1963, the late Mr. Joe Fein, Jr., an established New Orleans restaurateur, acquired the restaurant at 613 Royal and immediately began steps to preserve the property’s historical integrity. Mr. Fein’s sons, Joe III and the late Jerry Fein, have continued with their father’s dedication to The Court of Two Sisters and now their children, the third generation, are directing the day-to-day operations and maintaining the legacy of the property’s history and reputation. With the Fein family’s expertise, The Court of Two Sisters has become known worldwide for its live Jazz Brunch, romantic Creole dinners, friendly service and beautiful, open-air courtyard.
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Michelle Fein Morantez