You are invited to:  A Wine Benefit Dinner at Wappo Hill
You're Invited... a wine benefit dinner to accelerate meaningful climate action.
You are poised to support tangible, impactful work to accelerate sustainability and climate action in the wine industry. Join us to experience an intimate and enchanting evening of spectacular wines paired with enticing dishes that you’ll never forget, sharing transformative conversations and forming deep connections with leaders and changemakers. This could be, truly, life-changing.

Join us at Jean-Charles Boisset's Wappo Hill home with the man himself, proprietor of Boisset Collection, Jean-Charles Boisset. We’ll look out over the valley and watch the sunset, soaking in this unparalleled wine region from on high.

Chef Roland Passot will prepare a farm-to-table four-course dinner paired with vintage and large-format wines, including Cristal Louis Roederer Champagne, and Jean-Charles’s personal Grand Cru Champagne – JCB GALA, as well as rare and exclusive wines from JCB, Raymond Vineyards and Boisset’s Burgundy wineries. 

Jean-Charles Boisset
Proprietor of Boisset Collection  
Wappo Hill
5681 Silverado Trail 
Napa, CA 94558
Date & Time
April 20, 2023
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Guests will include  Arnulfo Solorio, Partner and Vice President of Operations at Silverado Farming Company, Dan Petroski, Owner & Winemaker, Massican, Andrea Robinson, MS one of only 26 female Master Sommeliers in the world, Martin Reyes, MW, co-founder of RISE and partner at WineWise, and Anna Brittain, Executive Director of Napa Green and co-founder of RISE, AND MORE.
Jean-Charles Boisset
Arnulfo Solorio
Dan Petroski
Andrea Robinson, MS
Anna Brittain
Martin Reyes, MW
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Be the Change
Your wine dinner ticket will be your donation (minimum $2500) and will build a pool of matching funds for meaningful sustainability and climate action projects. These funds will be distributed to growers and vintners that show the greatest financial need and, critically, opportunity for change and impact.
It’s not just the right thing to do, it’s essential. This is our future, the future of our children, the future of our community, of our individual and collective health and longevity.
As Dr. Kimberley Nicholas shares in Under the Sky We Make:
It’s warming. It’s us. We’re sure. It’s bad. We can fix it.
Our winegrowing region has weathered three megafires in the past five years. We’ve been in a 500-year drought, meaning drought conditions haven’t been this severe in 500 years. Last year, temperatures in September exceeded 115° in some areas, destroying grapes on the verge of being made into beautiful wines.

Proactive forest thinning and invasives removal to create healthier forests more resilient to fire; Building healthy soils full of happy microbes that store carbon, water, and nutrients and make vines more resilient to drought and heat extremes; Reducing emissions by shifting to electric tractors and fleets, and generating local renewable's not just the right thing to do, it's essential.


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