Cellars in the Sky 2019: Air Tahiti Nui receives two medals for the wines served on board

Air Tahiti Nui received two medals for the quality of the wines served on board. The company has been rewarded at the Cellars in the Sky 2019 ceremony that took place at The Langham hotel in London on Monday, February 24, 2020.

 

Air Tahiti Nui has the honor of being awarded two prizes for the products served to its customers. The selection of wines offered by the company has been conceived by the Chef Sommelier of the Maison Lenôtre, Olivier Poussier, named best sommelier in France and in the world. His thoroughness, talent and professionalism allowed us to create a unique wine list.

 

Thus, the jury of the Cellars in the Sky Awards 2019 chose to give two medals to the Polynesian company:

  • The silver medal in the " Business Class Sparkling" category for Charles Heidsieck Rose Reserve Champagne, France
  • The bronze medal in the category “Business Class Rose” for Côtes de Provence Rosé Perle De Roseline 2018, France

 

The wines are rated by a jury of independent professionals. After a blind tasting, the judges attribute a rating for each of the bottles in competition. The high-quality wines are then rewarded at the Cellars in the Sky Awards.

This prestigious annual event gathers oenology and aviation enthusiasts and professionals. On the program: awards ceremony and tasting of refined and delicate wines. The Business Traveler organized this great ceremony for the 34th consecutive year. An excellent way to reward airlines for their on-board menus created with care and to encourage their quest for excellence.

After winning three awards for its wines in the Global Traveler - Wines on the Wing 2019 competition, Air Tahiti Nui has once again won two prestigious medals. The recognition of our work and of the effective collaboration between our teams and the sommelier Olivier Poussier, encourages us to go forward and to always offer unique qualitative products to the travelers.