Sedona, AZ- The Verde Valley Wine Trail will be holding its Inaugural Fundraising Dinner & Silent auction on Saturday, January 27th.
There will be a champagne reception at 6:00 PM dinner to follow. It will be held at Cottonwood community clubhouse 805 N Main St.
The event is called “The Repeal” celebrating the repeal of prohibition in 1933. The theme is to “Party Like it’s 1933.
Guest are encouraged to dress in 1930s attire, which is optional.
The Verdi valley wine trail has been carefully planning this event for “90” years and it promises to be the premier wine dinner of the season!
This is an incredible event celebrating an important milestone in history, when Prohibition saw its end.
The combination of fine wines delicious food and a charitable focus is sure to make it a memorable evening.
The attention to detail in recreating the 1930s Art Deco era, adds an extra layer of charm.
The fine wine auction gala begins with an auction that preview champagne reception, and elegant dinner, paired with an impressive wine selection, prepared by chef Jean Ramagli, of Village Chop House.
The highlight of the evening is an electrifying live auction in which spirited bidders compete for fine wines and other luxury packages.
Tickets for the gala cost $150.00 per person and include a champagne reception, A5 course bid with local wise, access to auction items, and the photo booth. You can purchase tickets online at https:/vvwinetrail.com.