Three Montco Restaurants Earn Wine Spectator’s 2016 Award of Excellence

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Photo courtesy of the Joseph Ambler Inn in North Wales.

Three Montgomery County restaurants are among the winners of Wine Spectator magazine’s 2016 Restaurant Award of Excellence, which recognizes outstanding restaurant wine selections, writes Ed Williams for The Town Dish.

Savona, Joseph Ambler Inn, and Yangming all boast wine lists featuring a well-chosen assortment from quality producers, creating a high-caliber selection.

Savona, with one of the largest wine cellars in Pennsylvania, boasts a selection of more than 1,200 bottles that can be paired with the upscale Italian meals prepared by long-term executive chef and partner Andrew Masciangelo. The Gulph Mills restaurant, currently undergoing renovations until the end of the month, also regularly hosts wine-tasting events.

The Joseph Ambler Inn, the stunning hotel in North Wales that offers historic fine dining, has wines that pair superbly with its elegantly prepared fish and meat dishes and have ensured it a spot on the Wine Spectator’s winners list since 1995.

Another proud recipient for this year is Bryn Mawr’s Yangming. The establishment is no stranger to awards, as it has accumulated more than 20 coveted honors and has also recently earned Main Line Today’s Hall of Fame award. Its extensive wine list pairs perfectly with its inventive Chinese fusion cuisine and newly redecorated interior.

Read more about the winning establishments at The Town Dish by clicking here.

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