Wine Spectator’s 2019 Award of Excellence

We are honored to receive the “Award of Excellence” by Wine Spectator Magazine for the second year in a row. Every year, Wine Spectator honors restaurants “whose wine lists typically offer at least 90 selections, feature a well-chosen assortment of quality producers, along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style.” Since Red Pump Kitchen’s opening in 2014, we have worked to establish ourselves as a can’t miss destination for connoisseurs of both fine cuisine and wine.

From our Friday Night Flights program to our Rosé All Day Summer specials, Red Pump Kitchen’s wine program continues to grow year after year. Every Friday evening, we hand select six wines from our Wine Spectator-approved list to assemble a flight of wines for guests to compare and contrast, pitting two regions against each other. Featuring local wines from wineries located along the Monticello Wine Trail to those from the lush vineyards of California, to the mountain ranges of Tuscany and Mexico, our curated wine selections are meticulously matched with our Mediterranean and Tuscan-inspired menu. In addition to our Friday Night Flights program, Red Pump also offers Rosé All Day specials where guests can select a flight of two or four rosé specials hand-selected by our expert wine team.

To truly experience all that Red Pump Kitchen has to offer, savor the personalized five-course menu and wine pairings at our Chef’s Table. Our Easton Porter Group Corporate Executive Chef Ian Rynecki and the Red Pump Kitchen team will create a custom dining experience for you and your guests, putting his inspired spin on the freshest available local ingredients—all specifically tailored to your occasion. In addition to specialized wine pairings, a dedicated server will guide you through each course and wine pairing.

To learn more about our wine program, visit us on the Downtown Mall to taste our vast selection of award winning wines.

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