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The Mouton Cadet Wine Bar Back In Cannes For The 70TH Film Festival 

Mouton Cadet Wine Bar on the rooftop of the Palais des Festival

Mouton Cadet Wine Bar will be making its return at the 2017 Cannes International Film Festival next month. A partner of the Festival for over 25 years, the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar will reintroduce its brand new design by renowned artist Mathias Kiss for the second year in a row.

This year, the bar will also serve the 2017 Cannes Limited Edition bottle, celebrating the 70th anniversary of the most attractive film festival in the world.


Regularly this welcomes la crème de la crème of the industry from Robert De Niro to Marion Cotillard.

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Pauillac, April 14th 2017 – For the 2017 edition of the Cannes International Film Festival, Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA, Official Wine Supplier to the Festival since 1992, is proud to announce the opening of its famed Mouton Cadet Wine Bar on the rooftop of the Palais des Festivals.

From May 17 to 28, the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar will be the ideal setting for the cinema industry to meet and celebrate the Festival’s 70th Anniversary. Conceived by Parisian decorator Mathias Kiss, the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar will serve this year’s Limited Edition and offer dazzling views of Cannes Bay.

Since 2010, the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar has been welcoming international directors, actors and public figures from the film industry. Last year, while Woody Allen and Jesse Eisenberg enjoyed the serenity of the bar, Eva Longoria preferred the exclusivity of the spot to organize her traditional charity gala dinner benefitting The Global Gift Foundation and The Eva Longoria Foundation.

Additionally, film directors Xavier Dolan, Nicole Garcia and Jonathan Jakubowicz enjoyed the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar’s decor and idyllic views with their respective casts during myriad interviews and press junkets. The Mouton Cadet Wine Bar welcomed in 2016 international talents such as Robert de Niro, Usher, Marion Cotillard and Léa Seydoux,  as well as the much-anticipated appearance of the 2016 Festival Jury (Arnaud Desplechin, Kirsten Dunst, Valeria Golino, Mads Mikkelsen, László Nemes, Vanessa Paradis, Katayoon Shahabi and Donald Sutherland) and its president, Australian director George Miller, for the closure of the Festival.


Reimagined by artist-designer Mathias Kiss for the second year in a row, the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar, will feature a  Palm Springs-inspired villa with French Art Deco influence, offering even more glamour, optical illusions and 180-degree views, from the 6th floor of the Palais des Festivals.

The Mouton Cadet Wine Bar will also feature its new collector’s bottle, the 2017 Cannes Mouton Cadet Limited Edition. In 2017, its design pays tribute to the 70th anniversary of the most glamorous film festival in the world. The collector’s item will be served at many exclusive events and official dinners of the Festival and found in selected markets around the world.


About Mouton Cadet

Produced by the family-owned French company Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Mouton Cadet was created in 1930 and has remained true to its origins whilst evolving into what has now become the world’s leading brand of Bordeaux AOC wines. Sold in 150 countries around the world, Mouton Cadet has been associated since its creation with exclusive and prestigious events, including the Cannes International Film Festival since 1992. Mouton Cadet is now involved in golf as Official Supplier to the European Tour and to the 2018 Ryder Cup. Mouton Cadet is now involved in golf as Official Supplier to the European Tour and to the 2018 Ryder Cup, as well as the 35th America’s Cup, the oldest sailing trophy in the world.

About Mathias Kiss

Rising star of French decorative arts, the renowned Wallpaper Magazine revealed Mathias Kiss as the new name in decorative arts. His reputation exceeds the world of design, as featured in Vogue and Elle magazines in France. Mathias Kiss has now become an unavoidable figure in art and design thanks to his unique work on perspectives. Working for international brands such as Hermès, Boucheron, Louis Vuitton and Kenzo, he recently seized attention for his work in influential art museums in Paris, such as the Palais de Tokyo and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.


17 – 28 May 2017

Palais des Festivals, Boulevard de la Croisette – Cannes, France


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