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Mustards Grill Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Wine Auction to Benefit Napa Valley Safety-Net Food Programs 


40 for 40 Magnum Auction bidding opens at 9am on June 15, 2023

NAPA VALLEY, CA (June 2, 2023) – Mustards Grill, the iconic Napa Valley roadhouse created by legendary Chef Cindy Pawlcyn, will celebrate its 40th anniversary by auctioning off 40 premium magnums of wine from some of wine country’s most celebrated vintners and growers. The Mustards Grill “40 for 40” on-line magnum auction bidding opens at 9am PT on Thursday, June 15 and the auction closes at 11:59pm PT on Friday, June 30. 

The auction preview and registration opens on Monday, June 12 at 9am PT at www.charityauction.bid/40for40.

Special signed magnums to be auctioned off include offerings from some of the Napa Valley and wine country’s most iconic vintners, including Barbour Vineyards, Cade Estate Winery, Caymus Vineyards, Chappellet, Colgin Cellars, Corra Wines, Diamond Creek Vineyards, EnRoute Vineyards, Favia, Far Niente, Gamble Family Vineyards, Garguilo Vineyards, Grgich Hills Estate, Groth Vineyards, Heitz Cellar, Honig Vineyard & Winery, Hundred Acre, Joseph Phelps Vineyard, Kongsgaard Wine, Lail Vineyards, Lang & Reed Napa Valley, Larkin Wines, Melka Estates, Napa Cellars, Nickel & Nickel, Opus One, Paradigm Winery, Peter Michael Winery, Plumpjack Estate Winery, Pride Mountain Vineyards, Rivers-Marie, Scarecrow, Seaver Vineyards, Shafer Vineyards, Silver Oak, Spottswoode Winery, Staglin Family Vineyard, Tamber Bey Vineyards, Trefethen Family Vineyard and Turnbull Wine Cellars.

The Mustards Grill “40 for 40″ auction benefits Community Action Napa Valley (CANV). CANV operates the Napa Valley Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, and the Napa Food Pantry, which offers seven locations – American Canyon, Napa, St. Helena (serving Yountville), Calistoga, Angwin, Berryessa, and Pope Valley. In addition, CANV supports many other Napa based non-profits by providing access to food for their emergency services. By the numbers, CANV helps nearly 48,000 individuals, families and seniors each year, distributing over 3,000,000 pounds of food, while delivering nearly 500 meals daily, totaling over 130,000 annually.

“I’ve always believed the secret of running a good restaurant is based on the staff and customers, and I’m overwhelmed at the generosity of our many longtime customers and friends who have contributed so generously to the benefit of safety net food programs in the Napa Valley,” Pawlcyn said. “I’m so grateful that others will benefit from our 40 years in business.”

For more information on Mustards Grill, please visit mustardsgrill.com.

About Mustards Grill

Mustards Grill was named for the wild mustard flowers that bloom in the vineyards every spring, which help to nourish the soil. Mustard is an integral part of Napa Valley’s wine growing diversity, makes for one heck of a condiment, and doesn’t look too shabby in the springtime either! After 40 years of feeding Napa Valley and its visitors, Mustards Grill is still the hub of the food and wine community where winemakers lunch with truckers and chefs come to dine on their night off. Alternately known as the fancy rib joint with way too many wines, Mustards is still the place to go for a heaping plate of honest American fare with worldly sophistication, washed down with a glass of the valley’s finest. 



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