From Food to Philanthropy
Who would have imagined that the delectable art of pairing fine wines and five-star cuisine would, eighteen years later, bring over fourteen million dollars to a worthy cause and increase the lifes- pan of those diagnosed with a terminal disease?
Fine Art DVD and Web Experience
Impressionist painter Claude Monet left behind a legacy not only of painting but also of an exquisite lifestyle. Monet’s stunning garden at Giverny (about an hour outside of Paris), which he created toward the end of his life, became the subject for many of his best-loved paintings, including his Japanese Bridge, Le Ninfee Rosa, and his famous Water Lilies series.
At the annual Culinary Evening with the California Winemasters, chefs, vintners and others contribute their talents and services to a good cause: fighting cystic fibrosis.
For eighteen years, more than a thousand peo- ple have gathered one night under the stars on a studio back lot to enjoy a generous evening of wine, food and festivity, all in the hope of ending a devastating disease.