Wanna do lunch with James Laube?

by TrevR on March 13, 2007

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Well, here’s your chance. This Saturday, March 17th, marks the 8th Annual Young School Benefit at The Winery at Quintessa (1601 Silverado Trail) in the Napa Valley town of Rutherford.

Young School The event, which will run from 6pm – 10pm, consists of food, wine (of course), live music and includes a live auction, a silent auction and a raffle. There are a dizzying array of amazing wine lots (think Duckhorn, Pine Ridge, Trefethen, Robert Sinskey, Silver Oak to name a few) up for grabs, as well as ‘event’ lots, which include a one-on-one lunch with Wine Spectator Senior Editor James Laube, Gourmet Magazine columnist Gerald Asher and more. To see a detailed list of what will be on the block, go here. For those of you who don’t live in the area, not to worry–you can bid via proxy using the form here.

We’re told that all proceeds from the event go directly to The Young School.

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, James Laube, Wine Spectator, The Young School, Quintessa, Duckhorn, Robert Sinskey]

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