From one summer’s eve in 1980 until now, we have hosted wine events and auctions in the Nashville, TN area to raise money for the battle against cancer. What started with Un Eté du Vin, “A Summer of Wine,” has grown into a successful non-profit organization known as Nashville Wine Auction. Generosity of Spirit: The funds raised at our events are donated to non-profit organizations for cancer research, patient treatment and family support. Because we are passionate about our community, all of our proceeds stay in Tennessee. If you would love to partake in an evening of glamour, generosity, good cheer and great wine, consider one of our auction events:
Nashville Wine Auction is invested in the health of our guests and the overall community. Guests attending Wined Up! or the Collector’s Showcase (February 25) or Pairings Auction (February 26) will be asked to show proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours. Guests attending Private Vintner Dinners (February 24) should be prepared to show – upon request – proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours. Certain venues will require this for indoor dining.
Patrons may present a physical vaccination card or a photo of a vaccination card. COVID-19 tests should be date-stamped PCR or antigen tests administered within 48 hours prior to the event. (Home tests will not be accepted).
>> Masks are recommended when guests are not actively eating or drinking.
>> Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours is required for event staff and volunteers.
>> We recognize that not everyone will be able to comply with the requirements. If you are interested in a refund for your ticket, please let us know by Friday, February 1, 2022. We will not be able to accommodate requests for refunds beyond that date.
The Nashville Wine Auction has long supported our local cancer community organizations, and we look forward to continuing to do so in the safest way possible.
The legacy of Ann and Glenn Eaden, especially within our Nashville Wine Auction community, is one that will forever inspire and encourage us to continue with our mission. The Eadens were dynamic and fervent supporters of Nashville Wine Auction, having attended all but two auctions, starting with the second one ever. They frequently donated, and always bought something amazing. We are forever indebted to their kindness and generosity.
Glenn’s love for wine was obvious to all who were fortunate enough to have a conversation with him. He was a member of the Chaine des Rotisseurs, Societe Mondiale du Vin, and Commaderie de Bordeaux. Both Ann and Glenn served on the Nashville Wine Auction board for many years and were our Norman Lipman award winners in 2019. They were the First Growths within the Nashville wine community.
The great thing about our community though is the inherent devotion to celebrating and remembering those who have paved the way. If there were ever a way to pay tribute to Ann and Glenn Eaden, it’s with a Bordeaux Classification Dinner. Five classes, two wines from each class, paired with five courses prepared by Chef Kevin Ramquist.
The evening will be filled with fond memories, excellent wine and food, and celebrations of the inimitable legacies of Ann and Glenn Eaden.
First Growth / Grand Premier Cru
Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2001
Chateau Latour 1990
Chateau Margaux 1989
Chateau Haut-Brion 2001
Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1989
Chateau d’Yquem 1986
Chateau Leoville Las Cases 1989 en magnum
Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 1989
Chateau Pichon-Longueville au Baron 2000
Chateau Palmer 2000
Chateau Calon Segur 2000
Chateau Branaire-Ducru 2005
Chateau Prieure-Lichine 2000
Chateau Lynch-Bages 1990
Chateau Pontet-Canet 2000
Donated by Tom Black, Cynthia & Elliot Himmelfarb, Beth & John Huff, Maria & David Kretschmer, Karin & Irv Lingo, Janice Elliott & David Morgan, Nancy & Mark Peacock, Deby & Keith Pitts, Pam & Steve Taylor, Rob Turner & Jay Jones, Tracy & Bill Wade, Holly & Mark Whaley, Chef Kevin Ramquist
Restrictions: Rescheduling this dinner may be necessary due to health restrictions set forth by Nashville Metro government.