Hamiltons’ Auction Gets Even Better

by Charlottesville29


Throughout The Charlottesville 29 Restaurant Auctions, it has been heart-warming to see so many people in the food industry reach out and offer to contribute. The latest is Gail Hobbs-Page, founder of the outstanding cheese producer, Caromont Farm, winner of many awards and the subject of a wonderful recent feature in The Washington Post. An accomplished cook, Hobbs-Page was longtime chef of Hamiltons’ before launching Caromont Farm. When she learned of the auctions, she asked if she could help.

The Hamiltons’ auction experience was already spectacular – a private chef’s dinner for ten people, with a cocktail reception, followed by a chefs’ tasting menu paired with wines and spirits selected just for the occasion. Now, the auction winner will also receive a year’s membership in the Caromont Culture Club, which includes four shipments of Caromont Farm’s best cheeses throughout the year, from Hamiltons’ former chef.

An unforgettable evening out, and a year of cheese! Bid here.