Rare Bourbon Auctions are Live!! At Wine Shop/City Marina Spirits and The Toddy Shop!

We make a LIVING by what we get, but we make a LIFE by what we give.

In memory and honor of Paige Somers Osbon, we, at The Wine Shop of Charleston, City Marina Spirits, and The Toddy Shop, are hosting another fundraiser for Compass Harbor Housing Solutions.

As our way of giving back, we will hold an auction of premium allocated bourbons at each of our locations to benefit Compass Harbor Housing Solutions.

Available for bidding at The Wine Shop/City Marina Spirits: (BIDS MUST BE MADE IN PERSON AT THE WINE SHOP)

🥃George T. Stagg Kentucky Straight Bourbon

🥃Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year

🥃Pappy Van Winkle 15 Year

Available for bidding at the Toddy Shop: (BIDS MUST BE MADE IN PERSON AT THE TODDY SHOP)

  • Old Rip Van Winkle 10 Year Kentucky Straight Bourbon
  • Stagg Kentucky Straight Bourbon
  • E H Taylor Single Barrel Bottled in Bond
  • Orphan Barrel Indigo’s Hour
  • Weller 12 year 1.0 Liter
  • Willett Family Estate SB 9 Yr Henris Select 137 proof

The auction will begin on Thursday, March 21, 2024, and run through Friday, April 5, at 6pm.  Bids must be made in person.  Bids can only be made on products listed at each individual shop.  Bids may be made, or revised, until 6:00 p.m. on Friday, April 5, 2024.  Notifications will be made on Saturday, April 6, to the top bidder(s), who at that time may purchase the product.  Must be 21 years old to participate  (HVS, LLC reserves the right not to sell an item if our reserve amounts are not met.)

Thank you for your participation and support!!


About Compass Harbor Housing Solutions

Compass Harbor’s mission is to help youth transition from foster care to adult life by providing housing options and educational opportunities that will give them the skills needed to excel in the adult world.

Compass Harbor Housing Solutions was created when it became clear that the need for housing and financial support is great among youth that are transitioning from Foster Care to adult life. They are the most vulnerable to becoming homeless because they lack the support of a family and are not often equipped with the skills they need to become independent.

When they have a safe place to live, the financial resources for food and basic living expenses, and a network of supportive adults, they are better able to focus on pursuing their education and finding meaningful employment.

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