Performance Wednesday, November 12, 2014 | 7 PM

Taste of Oakville: Live at Carnegie Hall

A Benefit Evening in Carnegie Hall's Weill Terrace Room

Resnick Education Wing
Join us for an extraordinary benefit evening of wine tasting, celebrating the member wineries of the Oakville Winegrowers Association, Napa Valley’s most exclusive grape-growing appellation. The finest wines will be paired with live music and STARR Event's culinary creations inspired by Morimoto, Caffè Storico, Buddakan, and El Vez.


  • Show stopping performances by these prestigious wineries:

    B Cellars
    Detert Family
    Far Niente
    Gamble Family Vineyards
    Gargiulo Vineyards
    Ghost Block
    Groth Vineyards
    Kelleher Family
    Nemerever Vineyards
    Nickel & Nickel
    Oakville East
    Oakville Ranch
    Opus One
    O'Shaughnessy Estate Winery
    Paradigm Winery
    Robert Mondavi Winery
    Swanson Vineyards & Winery
    Tamber Bey
    Teaderman Vineyards
    Turnbull Wine Cellars


7 - 9 PM  
Wine and Food Tasting
Carnegie Hall Weill Terrace Room

Festive Attire

All-inclusive admission: $250
($175 is tax deductible)

For day of reservations, contact the Special Events office at 212-903-9679. 

Event Details

The town of Oakville, California, lies in the heart of the Napa Valley, and is synonymous with excellence in winemaking. A unique combination of soil, topography, and climate join together, creating an environment that makes Oakville a viticultural treasure. The proof, though, of Oakville's status as a world-class grape-growing region is the number of renowned wineries that have planted their vineyards here, and from this, emerged a group of vintners and growers who are dedicated to crafting the highest quality of wine from their soil.

Since 1996, this group - Oakville Winegrowers has annually hosted Taste of Oakville in the Napa Valley. One of the top tastings in the country, this rare experience to enjoy one-on-one conversation with vintners and explore new wines and trends is now on the East Coast in our storied building. All ticket purchases go directly to sustaining Carnegie Hall's excellence in education and community programming.