The High Museum will begin its 19th annual Wine Auction tomorrow with an auction entitled "Dine Around Dinners — Toast the Tastemakers." Chefs at restaurants around town including Bocado, Canoe, Holeman & Finch, and Sotto Sotto, will work with featured Winemakers for a wine-paired prixe-fixe dinner. Reservations for the dinners can be made at the individual restaurants.
Complete Event List
To attend the events, interested parties should go to the High Museum Wine Auction Contact Page, where they can submit a query to be invited to the events, as well as volunteer, donate, become a corporate or individual sponsor or apply to become a benefactor.
Wed., March 23. The Artist Dinner - A Brush with Greatness - SOLD OUT! Artists Thomas and Vanessa Arvid open their Cain Studio to host a dinner from Johannes Klpdhor and wine from Shafer Vineyards.
Thurs., March 24 Trade Tasting- Industry Only. Pre-qualified and individuals with wine-credentials can pre-register by contacting email@example.com, or those who work with wineries, distributers, wine brokers, importers, or if your wines are a part of this year's auction may attend. No one will be admitted at the door without pre-registration.
Thurs., March 24 Winemaker Dinners — At Home with Perfection. Private homes in Atlanta will host chefs and wine tastings from participating wineries.
Fri., March 25 Friday Night Fete Revel in Style. As an "auction eve" event, Iron Horse Classic Vintage Brut will be served alongside food prepared by A Legendary Event to accompany at silent auction in the tents at Atlantic Station.
Fri., March 25 8-9:45 a.m. Registration and Driving Range Open, 10 a.m. Shotgun Start (Lunch on the course) 3 p.m.: Light Reception: Vintners’ Cup Golf Tournament — Linksters Meet Drinksters. Winemaker friends of the auction will play a round of golf at the East Lake Golf Club. Sign up online to play a round of golf with the "Drinksters." Call 404-733-4424 or email Claire.Petrone@woodruffcenter.org.
Fri., March 25, 11 a.m. Premier Tasting Seminars — Best in Class Classes; Pacific Preeminence: True Sonoma Coast. Join Carroll Kemp of Red Car, Jasmine Hirsch of Hirsch Vineyards, and Andy Peay of
Peay Vineyards, for an education in why the Sonoma Coast produces such distinct and delicious
wines. The St. Regis, 88 West Paces Ferry Rd.
Fri., March 25, 2:30 p.m. Premier Tasting Seminars — Best in Class Classes; Style vs. Site in Vineyard Specific Pinot Noir from Kosta Browne. Winemaker and Founder of Kosta Browne Winery, Michael Browne, will lead a sideâ �byâ �side comparison of single vineyard Pinot Noir from the 2009 vintage. Wines include Koplen and Keefer, Kanzler and Gaps, Garys’ and Rosella’s Vineyard. The St. Regis, 88 West Paces Ferry Rd.
Sat., March 15 Vintners’ Reception & Live Auction — SOLD OUT! Food and wine will be served alongside an auction, with prizes like exotic trips, rare wines, art, and one-of-a-kind dinner events.
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