Jebsen Fine Wines hosted a dinner on Wednesday for one of its labels. Mouton Cadet is the mass market - read lower priced - line started by Baron Philippe de Rothschild in 1930. It might hold less prestige than the vaunted Mouton-Rothschild but it's been a successful 80 years nevertheless and the celebration was held at the Hotel Nikko. Just as the original Mouton Cadet was a Bordeaux blend, the night was a mixed bag too. The theme was Shanghai 1930 but curiously the dishes were mostly Cantonese. For the anniversary, Jebsen also put together eight unique cases of Mouton Cadet, each with a cover featuring a different painting by local culture vulture Chip Tsao (pictured with Jebsen general manager Donny Ho). The cases were sold to benefit the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 'The paintings were done 20 years ago while I was vacationing in England,' Tsao recalled. 'I'm no Renoir, Monet or Gauguin, but it's nice to have an excuse to take them out from my storage. It's also for a good cause.' However, it might be considered inconsistent to support animal causes while serving shark's fin soup. Oh well, a mixed bag indeed.