LOUIX LOUIS, The St. Regis Toronto’s 31st Floor Restaurant wins Wine Spectator award of excellence

The St. Regis Toronto has announced that LOUIX LOUIS, has been recognized for its outstanding wine program in Wine Spectators 2023 Restaurant Awards.


The award-winning restaurant has received the “Best of Award of Excellence,” which is bestowed on establishments displaying excellent breadth across multiple wine growing regions and significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. LOUIX LOUIS is one of just three Toronto hotel restaurants to earn this distinction.

“The LOUIX LOUIS team is honoured to have its work in maintaining a thoughtful, best in class, wine program acknowledged with this prestigious Wine Spectator Award of Excellence” says Hiren Prabhakar, general manager, The St. Regis Toronto. 'Our team is always on a mission to present our guests with a robust wine list showcasing truly unique offerings. This accolade is a testament to upholding those efforts.”

A destination for connoisseurs, LOUIX LOUIS's list offers nearly 600 sommelier selected wines from around the world including everything from classics in the ‘big six’ categories to rare selections and vintages highlighting local, small producers and independent vineyards utilizing organic, biodynamic farming methods. All selections spanning the wine program perfectly complement the restaurant’s American French cuisine.

In addition to LOUIX LOUIS’s extensive wine offerings, its coveted TOP SHELF tasting dinner series invites wine and spirit connoisseurs to embark on an exquisite journey uncorking some of the rarest and most highly sought after wines and spirits from around the globe. TOP SHELF is hosted in the restaurant's intimate 2nd floor LOFT space, where guests indulge in the culinary creations of LOUIX LOUIS through prix fixe pairing menus co-hosted with the world’s rarest and most intriguing wine and spirits partners.

“In a time of technological innovation, restaurants offer the human experience diners are hungry for—listening to their customers and offering personalized experience,” says Marvin R. Shanken, editor and publisher, Wine Spectator. “This annual issue celebrates the places where wine is at the top of that conversation. I’m pleased to congratulate all 3,505 restaurants for their dedication to wine and wine-loving diners.”

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