Save the date for the 30th High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction: March 23-26, 2022. We are thrilled to be returning to the Tents at Atlantic station for the 30th HMA Wine Auction, and hope you’ll plan to join us! To stay up to day on Wine Auction news sign up for the Wine Auction Newsletter. We can’t wait to celebrate 30 years of Wine, art, food, and friends with you in March!

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High Wine Auction - March 18-20: Art, Wine, & Friends: Together in Spirit

The Main Attraction

Thank you for making the 2021 High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction a great success! The funds raised have been vital to the life of the Museum. Your continued support through the pandemic as we shifted to an online auction in 2020 and then a hybrid of virtual and in-person events in 2021 has been so appreciated.  We can’t wait to gather with you all again in March of 2022 for the 30th High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction.

View our 2021 Catalog

By The Numbers

My, how we’ve grown! We thank all the helping hands, charitable spirits, and thirsty palates who have helped the High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction become the tenth largest charity wine auction in the U.S.

With vineyards & restaurants a plenty, we've hosted a whopping

1,807 Benefactors
1,100 seats filled on a Saturday in 2019
300 Volunteers Each Year
130 Wineries At the auction

Also in attendance were some of the best culinary treats of the year.
The 2019 auction had a total of

Eighty Nine Restaurants
175 Auction Lots In 2019
55

the number of co-chairs since 1993

$213,720

Highest auction bid in our 25-year history. Sold to over 100 patrons in 2016 for a wine, food and music extravaganza at the concert venue at The Battery Atlanta.

1993

The Inaugural Wine Auction

$1,708,300+

The amount the Taylor Stuckey Paddle Raise has contributed to Art Access programs at the High Museum since 2006

$30+ million

total raised to support the High Museum of Art

A Little About Us

The High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction is the largest fundraising event for the High Museum of Art, the leading art museum in the southeastern United States. Grossing over $2.6 million in 2019, the Wine Auction is the top charity fundraising event in Atlanta, one of the largest charity wine auctions in the U.S., and the number one charity wine auction benefiting the arts. The Wine Auction has generated more than $35 million over the last 29 years!

Funds raised by the auction support the High Museum’s continuing mission to provide educational programs and various outreach efforts to local youth and to consistently deliver world-class art exhibitions that make Atlanta proud. As we work to manage the impacts of COVID-19, the High Museum needs your support now more than ever! The American Alliance of Museums reports that up to 33% of U.S. museums risk closing permanently due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The leadership team at the High Museum works hard to be sure they are fiscally responsible. In fact, the Museum has finished in the black for the past 28 years in a row. Supporting the Museum’s single, largest fundraising event will have a direct impact on operations and help ensure that the High remains a leader in the art world and a beacon in the city of Atlanta.

 

Check out out 2021 High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction E-Catalog HERE.

 

 

Paddle Raise

The 2021 High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction Paddle Raise was more important than ever.  The funds raised in the Paddle Raise are truly vital to the future of education programs at the High. We know there are many worthy causes you can donate to during these difficult times, so we thank you for supporting the High Museum!

$1,752,380+: The amount the Paddle Raise has contributed to Art Access programs at the High since 2006

$14: All it takes to give a student…

  • Free admission to the High Museum
  • Free transportation
  • Free teacher resources and materials for the classroom
  • Welcome Back coupon for each student, inviting them to bring their parents to the High

137,311: The number of students we’ve helped with the Paddle Raise since 2006

A museum experience can inspire a lifelong love of the arts. Studies show that more than 60% of recent visitors to cultural institutions attended these organizations as children. Help us ignite that spark!