|Dennis Adams, SPILL (production still), 2009; courtesy Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris||Photo: APCOR|
Enter to win a Northern California luxury wine adventure.
November 20, 2010 - March 15, 2011
SFMOMA is celebrating How Wine Became Modern by saving our natural resources and offering you a chance to win amazing wine-related experiences.
Beginning November 20, 2010, bring used natural corks to SFMOMA's Haas Atrium for recycling and you can enter to win monthly prizes in our contest promotion throughout the run of the exhibition. A Grand Prize drawing will be held in March for the Northern California Luxury Wine Adventure, a week-long vacation for two featuring:
- A two-night stay at W San Francisco, where a twist on the familiar surprises and the surprisingly new delights; an evening of tasting at Press Club, an urban wine bar; and an SFMOMA membership
- A two-night stay at Meadowood Napa Valley, the valley's first luxury resort; a day of wine tasting with their master sommelier Gilles de Chambure; and dinner for two with wine pairings at The Restaurant at Meadowood, prepared by Michelin-rated chef Christopher Kostow
- A two-night stay at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa, the ultimate wine country destination oasis; dinner for two at the award winning restaurant Santé; and two spa treatments or rounds of golf.
- Plus, ever wonder where that little piece of cork in your wine bottle came from? Courtesy of our contest partner, Cork ReHarvest, you'll tour a cork facility in Sonoma where you'll learn why natural cork is the most sustainable and environmentally friendly closure for wine.
How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now is organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Major support is provided by Riedel. Generous support is provided by Stephanie and Fred Harman, The Jan and Mitsuko Wine and Art Educational Foundation, Helen Hilton Raiser, the Sonoma County Tourism Bureau, Thomas Weisel, and the Margaret and Angus Wurtele Family Foundation. Additional support is provided by Dolly and George Chammas; Bobbie and Mike Wilsey; Architecture + Design Forum; Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council; Istituto Italiano di Cultura, San Francisco; Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain and the Embassy of Spain; Consulate General of Spain in San Francisco; The American-Scandinavian Foundation; Consulate General of France in San Francisco; and Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco.
Media sponsor: San Francisco magazine. Lodging and promotional support provided by Meadowood Napa Valley.