ABOUT CHARITY AUCTION
The Nederburg Charity Auction is committed to investing in the futures of the people who form the backbone of our local wine industry: our labour, teachers and social workers who help to educate and care for our workforce, their children and their dependents.
Since 1993, the Nederburg Auction has invested in local charity organisations in the areas of healthcare, youth development and education.
On offer are specially donated wines, many of which are extremely rare and therefore have a high collectable status.
CHARITY AUCTION CONDITIONS OF SALE
- Anyone can participate in the charity auction. If you do not have a paddle, you may bid with a raised hand, but in the event that your bid is successful, you will be required to complete your details on a form that will be presented to you straight after the bidding has concluded.
- Charity items purchased must be paid for on the day of the auction. The onus is on the buyer to collect all items, other than barrel items, at the close of the Saturday programme. (Items can be held by prior arrangement at registration until the purchaser departs for the day).
- In the case of larger charity items, for example a bottle that is larger than a magnum (1.5 L), that is purchased by a buyer who resides outside of South Africa, it is recommended that the buyer make arrangements to ship the item to the delivery address to ensure safe, secure delivery.