Wild West Auction Rounds Up $1.38 Million

Jennifer Fiedler
Issue: November 15, 2007

With vintners in drag and an abundance of local wines up for grabs, the Western-themed 15th annual Sonoma Valley Harvest Auction roped in $525,000 in live-auction bids—$151,200 more than last year. The auction was part of a three-day event held over Labor Day weekend that raised a record $1.

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