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The MEET has a few token bottles of Grand Cru French wines, which include labels like Château Lafite Rothschild and Château Margaux. These Bordeaux are rich, full-bodied and able to stand up to the well-marbled cuts of meat that you’re likely to order at The MEET. However, if you’d like something a little different, the recommended restaurant also has some New World wines from Napa Valley and Australia that are often lighter and fruitier (but go just as well with steak). If you’re unsure of which bottle to go with, sommelier Donald Yan will be happy to guide you.