The Nashville Wine Auction will hold a l’Eté du Vin Impact Party on June 11 to recognize the contributions of community leaders who have been instrumental in the non-profit organization’s four decades of success in uniting the wine community to help fund the fight against cancer.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of l’Eté du Vin, the Nashville Wine Auction’s signature event and the country’s longest-running wine auction. This private celebration with Nashville’s generous wine collectors and charitable supporters is a unique, first-time event for the Nashville Wine Auction.
“Forty years is an important milestone in the history of Nashville Wine Auction,” said Nashville Wine Auction President/CEO Holly Whaley. “This occasion will recognize our past and present leaders, major donors and long-time supporters. It’s going to be a fun reunion”
This special occasion’s guest list includes 200 significant supporters of the non-profit organization. Past event chairs, generous wine donors, enthusiastic bidders, and former staff and volunteers will gather with current leaders to celebrate the many years of positive impact made on our community.
Robert Lipman will present Ann Eaden with the Norman M. Lipman Award in honor of Ann and her late husband, Glenn Eaden. The Eadens have been fixtures of the Nashville Wine Auction events since its inception. Glenn Eaden passed away in December 2018.
The l’Eté du Vin Impact Party will be held at OZ Arts Nashville. The Edwards Pharris Group at Morgan Stanley and Lipman Brothers are event sponsors.
Event Name: l’Eté du Vin Impact Party
Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Address: OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Circle, Nashville, TN 37209
ABOUT NASHVILLE WINE AUCTION: Nashville Wine Auction’s mission is to unite the wine community to fund the fight against cancer. Throughout the year, Nashville Wine Auction hosts four major events – Pairings: The Ultimate Wine and Food Weekend, l’Eté du Vin: The Country’s Longest Running Charity Wine Auction, Champagne & Chardonnay: A Sparkling Evening Just for Ladies and The Men’s Event: Honoring the Life and Spirit of Billy Ray Hearn. Established in 1980, the Nashville Wine Auction has raised more than $25 million for organizations whose purpose is directly related to treatment, patient care and the eradication of cancer here in Middle Tennessee.