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Art is Served

Elegant Buckhead home is a perfect setting for Winemaker Dinner

The High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction invites prominent chefs and exceptional winemakers to craft a memorable collaboration for Benefactors at the 2023 Winemaker Dinners. Generous Atlanta hosts provide the perfect backdrop for the evening. Winemakers share their very best wines while the chefs prepare a delectable meal. These dinners promise to please your palate in every way. 

Sandra and Dan Baldwin are opening their charming Buckhead home this year, continuing to support the High Museum. Sandra is a past Wine Auction co-chair and has served on the board of Meals On Wheels Atlanta, as well as other nonprofit organizations. Mr. Baldwin is an independent director and head of the Compensation Committee at MAX.

They are paired with Chef Christopher Grossman, Executive Chef and Operating Partner, The Chastain, and Chef Jonathan Granada, Director of Culinary Operations, Otium (Los Angeles).

The Baldwin's home, built in the early 1930s is a veritable gallery for their broad art collection. Throughout the extensive renovation that took more than two years, Sandra guided the design with care and attention to the art in their impressive art collection.  

This month, they will host a Winemaker Dinner, setting round tables in the wide family room,  formerly a back porch, facing their formal gardens. The setting will serve as a beautiful stage for the food, wine, art and friendships that make these dinners so special.

The High Museum Atlanta Wine Auction was founded in 1993 and is the largest fundraising event for the High Museum of Art. It is the top charity fundraising event in Atlanta and the number one charity wine auction benefiting the arts. Proceeds generated by the Auction, which have amounted to more than $37 million over the last 30 years, provide a significant source of funding for the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs and help make possible special exhibitions and partnerships. The Auction also provides funds for dynamic youth education programs, which draw more than 60,000 school children to the High Museum each year. For more information, visit