The 18TH Annual High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction, celebrating “The Allure of Wine: Uncork a Journey,” will present a new offering to its line up this March – Dine Around Dinners. These first-ever, in-restaurant dinners will take place on Thursday, March 25. The pre-fixed dinners will pair twenty-three of Atlanta’s most prestigious restaurants with experts and winemaker friends from the High’s Wine Auction.
For in-restaurant Dine Around Dinners details and reservations, please contact restaurants directly. Payment will be made directly to the restaurant, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction. Visit http://www.atlanta-wineauction.org/events/dine-around-dinners/ for pricing and additional information.
The twenty-three restaurants and participating wineries are as follows:
BLT Steak at the W Atlanta Downtown (Peay, Relic)
Canoe (Casa Lapostolle, Ladera)
Craft Atlanta (Cliff Lede, Jennifer Desmond Skipstone, Brook Drummond)
Dantanna’s Downtown at the CNN Center (R. Stuart & Co., Patricia Rogers Ridgeway)
Floataway Café (B.R. Cohn, Dan Cohn)
Livingston at The Georgian Terrace Hotel (Lambert Bridge, Andy Wilcox Reynolds, Steve Reynolds)
Market at the W Atlanta Buckhead (Gundlach Bundschu, Jeff Bundschu and Tommy Howard Hidden Ridge, Casidy Ward)
Miller Union (Paul Hobbs, Jenifer Freebairn and Michael Riel)
Muss & Turner’s (Au Bon Climat, Jim Clendenen Eberle, Gary and Marcy Eberle)
Paces 88 at The St. Regis Atlanta (C. Donatiello, Chris Donatiello)
Pacci Ristorante (Antinori, Alessia Antinori)
Parish (Domaine Serene, Michelle Farkas Gemstone, Molly Roberts)
Park 75 at Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta (Revana Family Vineyards, Dr. Madaiah Revana)
Portofino (Cass, Lisa and Ted Plemons Alexander Valley, Kevin Hall)
Quinones at Bacchanalia (Pride Mountain Vineyards, Stuart and Suzanne Bryan)
Rosebud (Stuhlmuller Vineyards, Fritz Stuhlmuller)
Serpas (Persimmon Creek. Mary Ann and Sonny Hardman, Caroline Higgenboom Tiger Mountain, Martha and John Ezzard, John and Marilyn McMullan)
Sotto Sotto (Soléna, Doug Cohen Bure Family, Val Bure)
Spice Market at the W Atlanta Midtown (Vina Morande, Bruce Stewart Matanzas Creek, Francois Cordesse and Joe Cicero)
Terra Terroir (Rodney Strong, Robert Larsen)
The Melting Pot Midtown (Fisher Vineyards, Scotti Stark)
TOP FLR (Terra Valentine, Sam Baxter)
Toulouse (Niner, Dick Niner Lancaster Estate, Chris Vyenielo)
High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction
Founded in 1993, the High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction is the largest fundraising event for the High Museum of Art, the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. The Wine Auction is the top charity fundraising event in Atlanta, the fourth largest charity wine auction in the United States by “Wine Spectator” and the number-one charity wine auction benefiting the arts. The funds generated by the Wine Auction, which amount to more than $15 million over the last 17 years, are a significant contribution to the Museum’s acquisitions, exhibitions and educational programming. Proceeds help to make possible special exhibitions and partnerships such as the upcoming multi-year, multi-exhibition partnership between the High and The Museum of Modern Art, and it also provides funds for dynamic youth education programs that draw thousands of schoolchildren to the High each year.
High Museum of Art
The High Museum of Art, founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association, is the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. With more than 12,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High Museum of Art has an extensive anthology of 19th- and 20th-century American and decorative art; significant holdings of European paintings; a growing collection of African American art; and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography and African art. The High is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by Southern artists and is distinguished as the only major museum in North America to have a curatorial department specifically devoted to the field of folk and self-taught art. The High’s Media Arts department produces acclaimed annual film series and festivals of foreign, independent and classic cinema. In November 2005, the High opened three new buildings by architect Renzo Piano that more than doubled the Museum’s size, creating a vibrant “village for the arts” at the Woodruff Arts Center in Midtown Atlanta. For more information about the High, please visit www.High.org.
The Woodruff Arts Center
The Woodruff Arts Center is ranked among the top four arts centers in the nation. The Woodruff is unique in that it combines four visual and performing arts divisions on one campus as one not-for-profit organization. Opened in 1968, the Woodruff Arts Center is home to the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the High Museum of Art and Young Audiences. To learn more about the Woodruff Arts Center, please visit www.woodruffcenter.org.
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