California’s first “real” wine auction is scheduled to begin this Friday at an undisclosed location in the state.
The auction is being held at the auction house of famed auctioneer William Davis at the historic Kaufman Auction House in the historic San Fernando Valley, which dates to the 1850s.
The Kaufman Auction house has a rich history of auctions, which date back to its earliest days in 1887.
The first sale of wine at the Kaufman Auction was for $20,000 in 1912, according to the auction’s website.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Davis said that he would sell $100,000 worth of wine for the first time at a private auction at the estate’s historic house, which is now a museum.
The buyer’s name has not been disclosed, but the Kaufman Estate website reports that the auction will be held in the Kaufman Mansion, which has been vacant since the late 1800s.