St. Supéry gets a new, old winemaker, Auction Napa Valley nearly upon us

by TrevR on May 29, 2009

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It’s Friday and despite the week being a short one, it sure hasn’t felt all too short for us. How about you?

Anyway, here are a couple Napa Valley news items that have caught our eye to help take you into the weekend…

St. Supéry appoints Michael Scholz winemaker, again
Rutherford-based St. Supéry Vineyards and Winery (@StSupery on Twitter) has announced the appointment of Michael Scholz to the winemaker post. Scholz, who will take over for Michael Beaulac who is reportedly moving on to Pine Ridge Winery, was St. Supéry’s winemaker from 1996 – 2001.

More details can be found in the official press release.

Auction Napa Valley kicks off next week
The 29th annual Auction Napa Valley fundraiser is due to officially kick-off next week (the event actually runs June 4th – 7th), but e-bidding is already well underway. Among the items included in some of the auction lots are tickets for the Emmys and Governors Ball, cooking classes, blending parties, spa treatments, golf outings, tickets to the San Francisco Opera and a whole lot more (including wine of course). To view the lots, go here.

Full details on Auction Napa Valley 2009 can be found here.

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