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This past weekend, Napa Valley Vintners held its annual community fundraiser and baller wine auction at the Meadowood Resort in St. Helena, California. Over the course of four days, attendees sampled wines, hung out with celebrity chefs like Emeril Lagasse and bid on 40 individual wine lots — with some of the proceeds benefiting health and youth programs. Here is a look at the event by the numbers:

$8,000,000: Total amount of wine bid on over the weekend

800: People attending the main live auction on Saturday

40: Number of lots offered by vintners, many including experiential prizes like helicopter tours and luxury vacations

3: Number of live cheetahs guarding one of the lots, which included an African safari

1: Train robbery re-enactments

450: Pieces of fried chicken served from Thomas Keller’s restaurant Ad Hoc

27: Number of people the winning bidder of Lot 35 can invited to their private Lady Antebellum concert

700: Number of cheeseburgers passed out by Joel Gott of Gott’s Roadside

$358,000: Total amount bid online

300: Pounds of lamb chops served by Emeril Lagasse

325: Number of magnums (or larger) from Napa vineyards on display

$1,200,000: Amount raised in the final Fund A Need lot, with all proceeds benefiting children’s health and education initiatives.