Glass of Cheer

| April 9, 2013 | Parties

Awesome. That’s how Pacific Coast Wine Festival co-chairman Mike Kerr described the sixth annual affair, and we’re inclined to agree. After all, the event netted $200,000 for the Pacific Symphony, thanks to the music lovers and oenophiles who came to support the org—and fill their glasses with plenty of fun (and wine). Fifty wineries from around the globe provided tastes of their sweet nectar. Master Sommelier Michael Jordan shared vinos from the Piedmont region, while Peter Koff, a master of Cape wine, poured tastes of South African selections. Other features included a wine-paired dinner, a performance from three Youth Orchestra members, and silent and live auctions—with rare bottles, of course. A toast to that! Photos by Nicholas Koon Photography


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