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California Hall of Fame, California Quarter, National Cowboy Museum, Napa Land Trust

• Auction Napa Valley 2008
Napa Uncovered-10/07
Hall of Fame
California Quarter
National Cowboy Museum
Napa Land Trust

Barrel auction portion of Auction Napa Valley sponsored by the Napa Valley Vintners AssociationNapa Valley Wine Auction 2008

Auction Napa Valley - The American Wine Classic
June 5 - 8, 2008

The event was the barrel auction portion of Auction Napa Valley sponsored by the Napa Valley Vintners Association. Wineries provide a barrel of a special blend that prospective bidders may sample.  The top ten bids each got a case of wine.

The top bid was $2250 and the total of the ten top bids was $18500. – which was in the top third of all barrels in the auction. The photograph on the barrel, which was part of the auction, is that of John Hanna- John Muir’s grandson.

Photo is from Chateau Montelena. It shows how the barrel auction lot was set up.  $2250/case works out to $54,000 for the barrel or $187.50 per bottle.

Napa Uncovered- Calendar Cover 2008

Napa County Farm Bureau

E-mail: info@napafarmbureau.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE • October 12, 2007

Napa Valley reveals its assets today in the 2008 Napa Uncovered Calendar

Napa, CA – October 12, 2007 – “Robust, full-bodied and playful with a long finish”: Those are a few of the adjectives commonly use to describe the 2008 Napa Uncovered Calendar.  The Napa County Farm Bureau today announced the official release of the 2008 Napa Uncovered Calendar, in which 13 NCFB members uncover their assets to raise funds for farmland protection. 
 
“The calendar shows the bare essence of Napa and is an entertaining and subtly revealing look at Napa agriculture,” said Sandy Elles, NCFB executive director.
 
Michael Hanna-Mr. JuneMichael Hanna, Mr. June, enthusiastically supported the project as a fun approach to Farm Bureau’s serious mission of protecting Napa’s agricultural legacy.
 
“Napa Uncovered highlights Farm Bureau’s efforts to promote land conservation and sustainable agriculture,” said Hanna who is a grape grower and involved in the family winery, Muir-Hanna Vineyards. The conservation ethic runs deep in the Hanna family, as Mike is a direct descendant of the famous naturalist John Muir. 
 
The 2008 Napa Uncovered Calendar is now available and can be purchased at napauncovered.com for $18, or $36 for the limited edition of the autographed calendar.  Proceeds from the calendar support Napa County agricultural preservation.
 
NCFB is a voluntary, non-profit, non-governmental organization whose basic goal is to ensure the proper political, economic, environmental and social climate for the continuation of agriculture.  Today, NCFB strives to preserve land for agriculture, and creates policies and programs that allow us to maintain a high quality of life in Napa County.

Photos courtesy of Russ Munn Photography and NCFB
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