Haas is teaming up with other top business schools: Columbia, HBS, LBS, Kellogg, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern, LSE, Wharton, USC/Marshall and UCLA/Anderson B-schools and even Stanford.

We will have the entire venue for ourselves, with an tasting session on Levo Wines, the gallery and food with a guided walk of the nearby murals.

Wines: Pouring 4 wines from this exciting young label: Syrah (93pts), Chardonnay (not yet reviewed), Petit Syrah blend (92) and a Cabernet blend (not yet reviewed). Although some are unrated, Levo wine score have scored as high as 94 & 95 point points, and always above 90.

6:00pm Doors open. View of Gabba Gallery’s 5th annual cash and carry Affordable Art Show. 70+ artists – nothing over $1000. Wine tasting at your leisure.
7:00pm Wine talk.
7:30pm Guided walk of neighborhood murals

Event includes:
– Food
– 4 wine tastes + a full glass
– Guided tour of the nearby murals
– Cash and carry Affordable Art Show
– Gallery viewing

Parking: limited street – stay tuned for other options

About Levo Wines:
27 year old Bret Urness started Levo in 2011 (and selling began in 2013), being rejected by all California universities offering oenology and viticulture, he decided it time to wave goodbye to academia and create his own path in the wine world. First a stint in Portugal’s Douro Valley, with a pair of boots & journal- where he realized pretty quickly that he only needed good fruit, barrels & some siphoning tubes to make soulful wines. Since then he has stuck to most these primitive wine making ideas. Keeping his head down, pushing away the tantalizing voice of compromise and overused ideas of tradition. Total production is about 1,100 cases across all types. Levo wines – Tin City, Paso Robles.

About Gabba Gallery:
The Gabba Gallery presents Wishlist 5.0, the ever-evolving, cash-and-carry exhibition of contemporary artwork at exceptionally affordable prices. Featuring more than 70 artists and a price cap of $1000, the fifth annual edition of Wishlist once again promises a dynamic visual voyage as sold works are removed and replaced by new pieces. Voted best gallery by LA weekely 2017. CBS lists gallery owner Jason Ostro as one of LA’s best curators. Expect to see extraordinary street art and vibrant local artists often depicting local scenes.

Mural Tour :
Jason Ostro of Gabba Gallery has been commissioning artist to spruce up the neighborhood for the last 4 years. There are over 100 mural from artists all over the world.

Dress Code: Come as you are.