DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Sep 09, 2017-
Sep 09, 2017
11:00AM - 05:00PM
Winesong
Wine, Food, Auction Fundraiser
Other,
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Event Description

 Stroll through the lush Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens while

enjoying vintages poured by world-class wineries from Mendocino, Sonoma, Napa, and beyond as well as beer, spirits, and food from 50 of Mendocino County’s finest food purveyors. The Tasting is accented by various musical groups performing a variety of styles including jazz, classical, blues, calypso and folk rock.  

The centerpiece of Winesong weekend is the Charity Auction, featuring both a silent and live auction. Nearly 200 lots will be offered, featuring spectacular wines from the world’s most prestigious wine producers, rare vintages, large format bottles and special vertical and horizontal collections (including a Châteauneuf-du-Pape collection), as well as original art from acclaimed California artists and highly coveted international and domestic vacation packages. You can enjoy a lunch and reserved table seating in the Live Auction tent, or you may bid without table seating if you prefer.  Visit Winesong.org for more information.  Tickets go on sale April 1, 2017.  Tasting tix are $125 until 6/1; $150 after.  Auction/lunch tix are $225 until 6/1; $250 after.

Fee: $125.00

Contact Information
Name: Ellen     Email: ellen@winesong.org
Phone: 707-961-4688      Fax: 707-961-4675

 

 

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