Haute Event: Little Big Bottle Party To Celebrate The Upcoming Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction

John Hinman of Hinman & Carmichael LLP, generously hosted approximately 200 people at the Little Big Bottle Party on Thursday, July 21st at the University Club in San Francisco to celebrate the upcoming charitable Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction on September 4th at Cline Cellars in Sonoma Wine Country. Mr. Hinman is a repeat high bidder and benefactor of the Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction that generously supports children’s charities and children in need along with other charitable entities in Sonoma County.

Various vintners from Sonoma County descended on the University Club to pour special vintages and magnums of their wines and raise awareness for the upcoming charitable auction.  These vintners included Jean-Charles Boisset, owner of Buena Vista Carneros Winery and DeLoach Vineyards, Ben Sharp, co-founder of Captûre Wines, Tracy Dutton, co-owner of Dutton Estate Winery, Dan Goldfield, winemaker for Dutton-Goldfield, Gary Saperstein of Hanzell Vineyards, Joy Sterling, owner of Iron Horse Vineyards, Randy Ullom, Winemaster of Kendall-Jackson, Michael Browne, co-founder of Kosta Browne, Julia Iantosca, winemaker for Lasseter Family Vineyards, Heather Patz & Gary Merkel of Patz & Hall, Mike Campbell of Pride Mountain Vineyards, David Oliver & Tanya Melillo of Ram’s Gate Winery and Walter Schug, owner of Schug Carneros Estate

The Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction will be held on Sunday, September 4th at Cline Cellars in Sonoma Wine Country.  This charitable auction is the feather in the cap of the SPECTACULAR Sonoma Wine Country Weekend which is Friday, September 2nd – Sunday, September 4th over the Labor Day Weekend!  The proceeds from this auction help and support numerous charitable organizations in Sonoma County.

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