What a $5,000 Personal Wine Locker Gets You at One of NYC's Newest and Celeb-loved Restaurants
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Sartiano's restaurant in New York City is giving customers the opportunity to have their own personal wine locker when they dine at the restaurant. Led by wine director Cameron Nadler, the wine locker program offers customers the ability to build and enjoy their wine collection while receiving special perks and access to rare wines. The cost of the program is $5,000 per year, inclusive of a $2,500 credit towards wine selections.
"Our wine locker program stands as a distinctive offering within the realm of wine experiences, as it allows for wine lovers to enjoy wine from our collection and their personal cellar, as well as countless Châteaus and wineries not currently on the Sartiano's wine list," Nadler told Travel + Leisure.
The wine locker program at Sartiano's is a unique offering that allows customers to have an extra personal touch when dining at the restaurant. With reduced pricing on select bottles and access to rare and sought-after wines, customers can enjoy their preferred wines meticulously sourced, stored, and served for them. The program costs $5,000 per year and includes a $2,500 credit towards wine selections. Additionally, customers receive perks such as waived or reduced corkage fees, VIP reservation access, and the option to specially chill bottles upon request.
"Whether it be a specific vintage, producer, or region they truly love, each member of the program enjoys the privilege of having their preferred wines meticulously sourced, stored, and served for them," Nadler said.
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