Join us for the 12th Charity Wine Auction: Pappy & Vino, featuring an exciting live auction full of premium and hard-to-find bottles of wine and bourbon, as well as by-the-pour tastings, a delectable tapas buffet, and a silent auction.
We have four bottles of the renowned and rare Van Winkle whiskeys, including Pappy Van Winkle’s 15- and 20-year reserve bourbon. This event will be held at the Community Foundation Oilhouse at Peoples Natural Gas Park and is presented by the Community Foundation, the Greater Johnstown Community YMCA, and the Johnstown Area Heritage Association.
Selections for the live auction focus on American wines from California and Washington state. Wines from the Sine Qua Non family, Leonetti, Cayuse, and Quilceda Creek will be featured. You can also bid on a $1,000 gift certificate for a Duquesne Club wine dinner.
For the grand finale, bourbons from Pappy van Winkle—America’s great cult bourbon maker—will be offered.
2016 Dominus (a Parker’s 100-Point Wine): Opens at $250
3 bottles of the 2016 Leeuwin Estates Art Series Chardonnay (98 points): Open at $250
Leonetti Serra Pedace Vineyard Aglianico (92 points) and 2 bottles of the 2017 Leonetti Sangiovese (91 points): Open at $250
2 bottles 2016 the Third Twin Nuestra Senor Del Tercer Gemelo (99 points+): Open at $600
2016 Quilceda Creek Cabernet (98 points): Opens at $225
Leonetti 2017 Reserve (97 points+) and 2017 Leonetti Merlot (93 points): Opens at $300
2016 Next OF KYN Cumulus Vineyard #10 (100 points): Opens at $600
2016 1 magnum of Cayuse Walla Walla 2016 Syrah Special #10 (95 points) and 2017 Leonetti Cabernet Magnum (94 points): Open at $500
2016 Cayuse Bionic Frog (98 points): Opens at $300
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