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KCET 50th Anniversary: Building on Five Decades of KCET
Monday, May 12, 2014
Building On Five Decades of KCET
An Anniversary Celebration
At Bouchon Bistro with Chef Thomas Keller
A special evening will be held at Bouchon Bistro in Beverly Hills to celebrate the 50th anniversary of KCET.
The evening will begin with cocktails on the terrace followed by an elegant dinner menu created by award-winning Chef Thomas Keller and Bouchon's Chef de Cuisine David Hands. The menu will be paired with exceptional wines from Chimney Rock Winery, Napa Valley and Sanford Winery, Santa Barbara. Winemaker Elizabeth Vianna from Chimney Rock, featured on the public television series Vintage, along with Sanford's master winemaker Steve Fennel will be in attendance to share their wine expertise with the guests.
Music will enhance the evening, curated by film and television composer Daniel Licht and along with vocalist Jessica Fichot and a gifted trio.
Bonhams Auctioneers will conduct an exclusive live auction consisting of unique travel, food, and wine packages. Among the offerings will be a Bouchon dining experience, Napa and Santa Barbara private wine experiences with the winemakers, an Audi sports car experience on Audi's exclusive race track in Napa, Benedikt Taschen autographed copy of his limited edition book set, National Geographic: Around the World in 100 years, which includes a private behind the scenes tour of National Geographic's archives in Washington D.C., and a luxury trip to Monte Carlo, with helicopter transportation from the Nice airport, and a stay at Monaco's prestigious Fairmont Monte Carlo Hotel with spa treatments and fine dining experiences.
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