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All wine events have an identity -- Aspen Food and Wine's identity is the magazine's sponsors and their Food Network chefs; Napa Valley Wine Auction mirrors all the glitz and generosity of their wineries; Pebble Beach Food & Wine is a showcase for international chefs.
com, the premier Internet auction of fine and rare wines, participates in the Premiere Napa Valley Wine Auction.
An immediate international success, Opus One created a world sales record for California with a US$24,000 case price at the first Napa Valley Wine Auction.
prepared the financial statement and tax return as a contribution to the Napa Valley Wine Auction, which raised $9.
The Louis Martini Winery enacted a play of the first vintners' gathering at the Napa Valley Wine Auction.
Napa Valley's June 28 auction caps three days of wine events For the sixth year running, veteran auctioneer Michael Broadbent will take up the gavel at the Napa Valley Wine Auction on Saturday, June 28.
Lauderdale International Boat Show, Golden Globe Awards, Grammy Awards, Hamptons International Film Festival, James Beard Foundation Awards, Kennedy Center Honors, Napa Valley Wine Auction, Naples Winter Wine Festival, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, People's Choice Awards, Radio Music Awards, Screen Actor's Guild Awards, Sundance Film Festival, Taste of Vail Food and Wine Festival, The Annual Yacht and Brokerage Show, The Armory Show, Tony Awards, Tribeca Film Festival, and the World Music Awards.
Owners Mary Novak and her daughter Beth Novak-Milliken, who just hosted the Napa Valley Wine Auction in June that raised $8.