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May 28, 2010

More than 450 food and wine enthusiasts enjoyed The Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers’ 22nd annual Vintage Bouquet, a wine tasting and silent auction fundraiser held at the 1928-built Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills on May 2. A total of $80,000 was collected for the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation’s pro bono legal services, including Public Counsel. Leigh Leshner, a Sherman Oaks lawyer, chaired the event for the fifth consecutive year. The guest list included Marlo Brawer Lyons, counsel at NBC Universal Television Group, Brian Smith of the The Law Offices of Thomas J. Smith and member of the BHBA’s Vintage Bouquet Committee, and Victoria Rencaño, KTLA reporter and guest auctioneer. Winning bidders nabbed a three-night stay at the Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i at Manele Bay, a private luncheon at W.H. Smith Wines in Napa Valley, dinner at Jaffe Estate Wine in St. Helena, among other goodies.

More than 450 food and wine enthusiasts enjoyed The Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers? 22nd annual Vintage Bouquet, a wine tasting and silent auction fundraiser held at the 1928-built Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills on May 2.

A total of $80,000 was collected for the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation?s pro bono legal services, including Public Counsel.

Leigh Leshner, a Sherman Oaks lawyer, chaired the event for the fifth consecutive year.

The guest list include...

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