‘Refined with Time’ event benefits Boys & Girls Clubs

Jennifer Holder samples red wine.

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The inaugural “Refined with Time,” a wine and cuisine event benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito, was held Sept. 17 at a private home at The Bridges in Rancho Santa Fe. The evening featured musician Larry White, a silent auction and cuisine provided by Burlap, Cafe La Bocca, Pacific Coast Grill, Rimels, Rancho Santa Fe Country Club, The Inn at RSF, Tommy V’s and Zenbu. Bernardo, Fallbrook and Fontanella wineries showcased their wines, while wines from Margaux Pierog of Heirloom Wine Group and Kimberly Jones Selections were available to taste. BGCSDTO is dedicated to providing positive activities to promote education, self esteem, health and character in young people. For more information on the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito, visit www.PositivePlaceSD.org. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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