22/11/2005 - 11:22

Wine auction raises $30,000 for Busselton health study

22/11/2005 - 11:22

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An auction of 12 bottles of wine from some of the state's best known wineries has raised more than $30,000 for the Busselton Population Medical Research Foundation.

Wine auction raises $30,000 for Busselton health study

An auction of 12 bottles of wine from some of the state's best known wineries has raised more than $30,000 for the Busselton Population Medical Research Foundation.

Money raised from the sale of the 'imperial' sized bottles, each of which was decorated by a local artist, will be used to help assist the world famous health study established in 1966 by Dr Kevin Cullen - the co-founder of Cullen Winery.

The 2005 collection of imperials were from nvited producers Cape Mentelle, Cullen, Devil's Lair, Houghton, Howard Park, Leeuwin Estate, Moss Wood, Pierro, Plantagenet, Vasse Felix, Voyager Estate and Xanadu.

The auction took place earlier this month at the biannual Langton's Great Wine Estates of Western Australia Auction which took place at Voyager Estate.

 

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