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TASTE OF LIFE from page 59
The event will be 1-5 p.m. March 9
and will include wine tasting, a
strollinc, lunch, entertainment, and
both a silent and live auction.
The food will be provided by local
restaurants: Opus One, Caucus Club,
Carl's Chophouse, La Dolce Vita,
Mario's, Steve & Rocky's, Shiraz and
Small Plates. Ten wine stations will
offer samples from France, Italy,
Australia, and California.
Representatives from each company
will discuss the wines being served.
The live and silent auctions will
showcase wines and wine-related mer-
chandise. Rothenberg is excited about
many of the auction items, which
include: a six liter bottle of Joseph
Phelps Insignia, from Napa Valley,
which retails at $1,220; a series of bot-
tles of Sauterne from Chateau d' qem
— one from each decade, ranging
from 1939 to 1983; and his first
acquisition, a "vertical" set of Silver
Oak Cabernet from the Alexander
Valley in California, vintage 1995,
1996, 1997 and 1998, donated by
Demorest Wine and retailing for $350.
Expo Design Centers donated a
wine refrigerator. Rothenberg donated
an antique wine/fruit press he restored
many years ago and had kept on dis-
play in his store. Doug Dalton of the
Frank H. Boos Gallery in Bloomfield
Hills will conduct the live auction.
Rothenberg is upbeat and excited
about the fund-raiser. "I'm hoping to
have over 500 people and would love
to raise at least $100,000," he says.
Since being diagnosed, Rothenberg
has become even closer to his wife,
Sheila and his sons, Noah and Dane,
both students at Michigan State
"We were always close, but my sons
now call me a few times a week
instead of a few times a month."
"The people with ALS before me
made this difficult journey a little easi-
er for me," he says. "It's my turn to
make this journey easier for the ones
who follow. Hopefully, we find a cure
so no one has to face this awful dis-
Tickets for the Friends of Wine
Tasting and Auction, 1-5 p.m.
Sunday, March 9, at the
Atheneum Hotel in Greektown
are $75. Call the ALS
Association, (800) 882-5764.