Top U.S. Charity Wine Auctions

High spirits and innovation mark the 2016 live events, despite revenue dips
From the Apr 30, 2017, issue

After several years of growth for the highest-earning charity wine auctions in the United States, revenues decreased in 2016, with live-auction bids reaching $33 million, compared with $36.9 million in 2015. Wine Spectator's Victoria Sadosky reports.

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