Mandarin Oriental Releases Limited Private Label Pinot Today

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Cuvee S&P 2

Place: Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco. 40th floor SkyDeck

Date: Thursday, August 1st

Time: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Price of the wine: Available by the glass at $22.00 at Brasserie S&P; $47.00 per half bottle; $94.00 per bottle

Some exciting news for serious wine aficionados: the Mandarin Oriental releases their Cuvée S&P Pinot Noir 2011 today. This Pinot Noir private label is only available at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco and only 50 cases were made.

Reflecting California’s vast Sonoma Coast, Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco and Red Car Winery joined forces to create their 2011 Pinot Noir, Cuvée S&P, which adds another fine private label wine to the Group’s selection of preexisting vintages.

Honoring Mandarin Oriental’s inspired sommeliers, chefs and mixologists, the name Cuvée S&P stands for “Small & Powerful”, the combined aspects of our boutique establishments yet significantly impactful food and beverage program in the industry. Crafting this wine in a small amount and with a small prestigious winery thereby producing a complex and powerful wine also compliments the namesake.

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