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Lot 109 | The Jewels of TN Wine: KB Reserve and Theresa Johnson

It isn’t often that a Nashville Wine Auction team member donates a wine dinner, so we are VERY excited to announce that our beloved NWA stalwart Theresa Johnson and her husband David have donated their collection of Arrington Vineyards KB Reserve Cabs for this very special occasion.

Lot Details

Kix Brooks and his Arrington Partner Kip Summers were so pumped that they not only matched the donation, but they made sure to get it on their calendars so they could join in the festivities! On Friday, September 16, 2022, nine couples will join Kix, Kip, Theresa, and David at Deacon’s New South for a Tennessee treat!

Arrington Vineyards opened its doors in July 2007, and since then, they have been providing a wine country experience of award-winning wines set among the picturesque rolling hills of middle Tennessee. Owned by country music artist Kix Brooks, winemaker Kip Summers, and entrepreneur John Russell, Arrington Vineyards has truly become Nashville’s Wine Country.

Since its inception, Arrington Vineyards has focused on quality while continuing to develop and grow. The KB Cabernet Sauvignon is Kix’s very own private reserve. Grapes are sourced from Napa, Sonoma, and Washington state to create the Bordeaux-style blend that is their pinnacle wine.

Taste through the finest liquids of the jewel of the Tennessee wine country. And best of all (well we certainly think so), Theresa will be attending a dinner in lieu of working it! All attendees must make sure she doesn’t lift a finger – except to hold a glass. Deal?

Wines for the dinner include:

Buy-A-Spot at this dinner

A total of 9 spots for couples will be sold separately. The Auctioneer will explain the rules from the podium.

One spot includes:

If you are interested in purchasing multiple spots, please hold up the corresponding number of fingers when bidding.

No shared pours.

Donated by Theresa & David Johnson, Deacon’s New South, Arrington Vineyards, Kix Brooks, Kip Summers, Melanie & Robert Cansler