Red Circle Inn, nestled in Nashotah, Wisconsin and known as Wisconsin’s oldest restaurant, has been honored for its extensive wine list in Wine Spectator’s 2023 Restaurant Awards, which acknowledges and celebrates the world’s best restaurants for wine.
Red Circle Inn received the Award of Excellence which recognizes the restaurant’s carefully curated wine selection featuring quality producers that mesh seamlessly with the menu in terms of affordability and style.
Offering more than 140 distinctive choices, Red Circle Inn’s cellar boasts an array of wines meticulously chosen to enhance every dish on the menu. From rich reds to crisp whites, delightful dessert wines and everything in between, our dedicated staff ensures a diverse selection that guarantees an unforgettable dining experience within our historic setting.
“We are honored to have received this Wine Spectator award and take great pride in our extensive wine selection.” said Kyle Y. Johnson, general manager of Red Circle Inn.
“One of the many unique experiences we offer to guests is to come back and see our wine cellar firsthand to select the perfect bottle for their dinner. We invite everyone to come see and taste for themselves what we have to offer.”
Since 1981, Wine Spectator has been recognizing the world’s best wines. Recipients of the award showcase a wine list that spans across many regions, demonstrating a deep commitment to wine both in the cellar and through their service team.