February 9, 2013 at 5:00 pm
The Island Hotel
690 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, 92660
Hosted Valet Parking
The Pacific Coast Wine Festival is a sensational wine auction and dinner featuring extraordinary wine tastings, imaginative silent auction offerings, a gourmet dinner with exquisite wine pairings and live auction featuring rare and exceptional wines. The Pacific Coast Wine Festival is an event where great friends come together in support of the Pacific Symphony’s artistic and award-winning children’s education and music programs. This year’s 6th annual wine festival will take place February 9th, 2013 at the Island Hotel, a five diamond luxury property in Newport Beach.
“Wine and music – it’s a perfect pairing,” says Symphony supporter and event Founder, Mike Kerr. “As a fundraiser for Pacific Symphony, the Pacific Coast Wine Festival has something for everyone. It’s an event not to be missed!”
Thanks to the generosity and support of hundreds of supporters, almost $165,000 was raised at our 2012 Pacific Coast Wine Festival. Co-Chair Mike Kerr, Fred Salter and Valerie Van de Zilver are each tireless in their dedication to make this a world-class festival.
The experience is ideal for both wine enthusiasts and for those who wish to support the Symphony and it’s education and artistic programs. The Festival depends upon the generosity of individuals and corporate sponsors to provide support for this exciting event. In exchange for this much-needed financial and in-kind support, the Symphony provides their top sponsors with high visibility to their attendees, encouraging attendees to patronize the companies that help them.
Great wine, gourmet food, luxury auction items, and a fabulous time are all included in this very exclusive fundraising evening. Tickets start at $375 per person and are limited. Do not delay and make your first step in attending the Pacific Coast Wine Festival and together we will make it the most successful of all!
“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatest perfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciation than, possible, any other purely sensory thing.”
Ernest Hemingway in Death in the Afternoon