Mouton Cadet wine bar to open in Guangzhou

By Jim Boyce

Torres China has announced that Baron Philippe de Rothschild will launch the world’s first Mouton Cadet wine bar in restaurant No. 9 Garden in Guangzhou. Torres is the exclusive distributor of Baron Philippe de Rothschild in China and is partly owned by the company.

According to Torres China,  the Mouton Cadet wine bar will have a “similar theme to its wine museum and cellar door in Bordeaux” and that it will be “the first time that dedicated display materials will be showcased outside of its territory in France.”

The first thing I thought of upon hearing the news? This interview I did with Robert Joseph 18 months in which he said: “In 1997, when I was in China, I did comparative tasting of Mouton Cadet with Sprite and without Sprite, and I preferred it with Sprite.”

To each his or her own.

In any case, look for the Mouton Cadet wine bar to open in mid-March.

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