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Leslie Alexander’s Société du Vin: Where Hamptons Meets Hollywood

2012 October 29
by Joseph & Curtis

Leslie AlexanderLeslie Alexander is the owner of Société du Vin, in Bridgehampton NY which is a unique concept in the world of wine. He also owns the Houston Rockets and has a personal wine collection of over 6,000 bottles.

Société du Vin is part wine country club, part storage facility, and part Hollywood set. Leslie spent $5 million to turn an old potato barn in Bridgehampton into a lavish tasting room which was designed by Hollywood set designer Elvis Restaino who has created sets for television and movies and the residence of actor Gerard Butler.

Leslie described the inspiration behind Société du Vin as a great place to go in the Hamptons on a rainy day. At Joseph and Curtis we may be a little biased but rain or shine it’s a terrific place to cellar your wine, and to meet some interesting wine loving people.

So pour a glass of your favorite wine, press play and take a peek into Société du Vin – cheers!

 

8 Responses leave one →
  1. marcy simon permalink
    June 27, 2013

    please invite me I love good wine food and food who also love good food and wne that bring joy to all love to be a part of the club or part of a group who enjoy wine food and each others and meeting new friends also to enjoy and eat and drink with
    lets organize some meals, tastings and fun

  2. marcy simon permalink
    June 27, 2013

    love it “Country Club for wine Lovers” sign me up !

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