2007 Auction Orange County – Registration Open!

The Share Our Wine Foundations 3rd annual charity wine auction – Auction Orange County – is now open for registration.

Don’t miss out on the event of the season! Join us November 17th at Strawberry Farms Golf Club for an exclusive evening of food and wine to benefit the Orangewood Children’s Foundation and Canyon Acres Children and Family Services.

The event will feature over 300 wine related lots at the silent auction including Screaming Eagle, Harlan, DRC LaTache, Colgin, Sine Qua Non as well a live auction featuring one-of-a-kind trips to Bordeaux, Paso Robles, Sonoma, Napa and Hawaii.

You also have the opportunity to participate in a truly unique wine experience. Michael Browne of Kosta Browne Winery will be hosting a VIP wine tasting symposium discussing his wines which have attained cult status. Each attendee will have the opportunity to taste 13 wines while Michael shares his thoughts, insights and perspectives.

Please note this event is limited to 300 general admission tickets and only 100 tickets for our special VIP event. Tickets are expected to be sold out in a few days so act now.

Click Here to Register Now: www.shareourwine.org

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