Premier Wine Auction!
Event on 2018-04-21 18:30:00
The Côtes du Coeur event series is a premiere fundraising campaign hosted annually in Dallas, Texas to benefit the American Heart Association (AHA). Sponsored by the Dallas Division of the AHA, the event series leads up to an annual fine wine auction and celebrity chef dinner. This culminating black-tie gala event is the largest of its kind, making it the number one fundraising gala in the nation for the American Heart Association. Proceeds from Côtes du Coeur go directly to the AHA for cardiovascular research and heart health educational programs both locally and nationwide. During its 26-year history, Côtes du Coeur has attracted more than 23,000 attendees and has raised more than million.
Côtes du Coeur hosts approximately 1,200 business and wine industry leaders, community philanthropists, wine collectors and physicians. Led by renowned Dallas Chef Richard Chamberlain, a team of 18 acclaimed chefs invite the guests to enjoy selections from a boldly unique tasting menu accompanied by wine pairings created from the cellars of 32 elite wineries. Attendees experience multi-course fine dining designed to showcase specific wine varietals dish-by-dish. The quality of the food and wine is a key differentiator for Côtes du Coeur. The gala also features a live auction of one-of-a-kind experience-packages and a silent auction of more than 2,000 wines—the largest fine wine auction in the Southwest.
A key focus of the Côtes du Coeur season is the cultivation of quality networking during the planning sessions, pre-parties and gala. These events offer multiple opportunities for patrons to engage in deep and meaningful business and personal relationships with senior level executives from the Dallas area.
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at Dallas Omni
555 South Lamar Street
Dallas, United States