I was ecstatic to attend this year’s Sonoma County Wine Auction. Sonoma County Vintners Foundation (SCVF) was able to raise over $1.3 million dollars for Sonoma County Nonprofits. This is exceptional since the money will be put towards grants for nonprofits in education, human services, environment, arts, culture, and emergency relief funds.
Learn more about the Sonoma County Wine Auction 2023 below.
La Crema Estate at Saralee’s Vineyard
Sonoma County Wine Auction (SCWA) Honorary Chairs James Hall and Anne Moses, Co-Founders of Patz & Hall welcomed more than 200 guests at the event which was hosted at La Crema Estate at Saralee’s Vineyard.
Arriving to La Crema Estate at Saralee’s Vineyard. I love the dramatic bridge entrance greeted by sparkling wines by La Crema. My kind of party!
I loved the Blanc de Blancs we were welcomed with by La Crema. Sparking of La Crema Estate, read about The Beautiful La Crema Estate here.
The Sonoma County Wine Auction was held at La Crema Estate at Saralee’s Vineyard where there were extraordinary dining experiences and events.
The 2023 Sonoma County Wine Auction
Me and Chef Ari Weisswasser of The Glen Ellen Star & of Park Avenue Catering (who provided the delicious food) for the Auction.
Sonoma County Wines
Sonoma County’s world class wines were highlighted during the auction, featuring an array of local wineries. This is a fabulous opportunity to taste amazing wines curated from the best of the best.
Another one of my favorite parts about the SCWA is being able to taste through various SOnoma Wines wineries share at the event including these!
My friend, amazing Winemaker Jeremiah Timm of CIRQ & CHEV Wines. Jeremiah has been amazing over the years letting me join him and the team for a few days during harvest. Read about my harvest at CIRQ & CHEV Wines on the blog here!
Me and Bob Cabrall of Bob Cabrall Wines and Bricoleur Winery. Learn more about Bob in my interview with him here.
Cheers to a fabulous time at the Sonoma County Wine Auction 2023!
It wouldn’t be a Wine Country Event without exceptional dining experiences during the events. The SCWA this year is no exception. The food during this event was delicious and made the event that much more special for us guests. Food was catered by Park Avenue Catering, a Wine Country industry leader in catering owned by my friend, Chef Ari Wasserman of Glen Ellen Star. Read more about The Glen Ellen Star in my Glen Ellen Dining Guide here.