Dine Around Dinner Featuring Commonwealth Collective

Thursday, March 19, 2020 — 6:30 pm

Dine Around Dinner Featuring Commonwealth Collective
White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails
270 Peachtree Street Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30303

Ticket Information

White Oak Wine Dinner
Price: $100.00
Fee: $6.49
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Event Description

Dine Around Dinner Featuring Commonwealth Collective

SOPHISTICATED SOUTHERN CUISINE. IMPECCABLY PAIRED WINES. THE LARGEST CHARITY WINE AUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES.

 

Join us at White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails on Thursday, March 19th for a sophisticated, five-course dinner prepared by Executive Chef Timothy Magee to benefit the 28th Annual High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction. We're proud to offer a true Southern line-up this year for our Dine-Around Dinner featuring two, sought-after, Virginia wineries from the Commonwealth Collective: Ankida Ridge Vineyards & Stinson Vineyards.

 

The evening will begin with a cocktail reception at 6:30PM where guests will enjoy passed appetizers and sparkling wine, followed by the one-of-a-kind dining experience at 7PM. Chef Magee, along with Tamara Vrooman Lucas and Christine Vrooman representing both wineries, will guide attendees through each course.

 

Proceeds benefit the High Museum of Art’s exhibitions and education programs.

 

Pricing is $100 per guest including tax and gratuity. 

Space is Limited

Complimentary guest parking.

 

For questions, please contact Dani Pulgini at 678.515.4620.

 

ABOUT THE VINEYARDS

 

Ankida Ridge Vineyards & Stinson Vineyards are part of the Commonwealth Collective, four vineyards crafting signature wines that capture a distinctive spirit found only in the landscape of Virginia. 

 

Ankida Ridge is a family-run micro-vineyard located on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Central Virginia and offering exclusively Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. They've received international acclaim for their elegant, Burgundian style wines.

 

Stinson Vineyards is a family-owned estate winery in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains specializing in small lot wines with a distinct French influence. They take inspiration from “garagiste” wineries of France, in both their winemaking techniques and the winery itself.