Charleston Wine + Food will return March 1-5
Courtesy of Charleston White Wine + Food,
Charleston has long been the darling of the country’s food scene– thanks in part to Charleston White wine + Food, which has actually been drawing locals, frequent visitors, and first-timers to The Holy City considering that the yearly event was founded in 2005.
The celebration is back in 2023, running March 1st through 5th. And while March may appear far away, tickets to the ever-popular food fest always sell out. So now’s the time to protect your tickets and make sure that, come March, you’ll exist to experience the well-known Southern hospitality, balmy weather, and world-renowned cooking scene that Charleston has to use.
The foundation of the celebration is the Culinary Town
Thanks To Charleston White Wine + Food
Culinary Village Sip, sample, and appreciate a smorgasbord of Lowcountry classics, in addition to a bunch of spirits, white wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages at the Culinary Town– the foundation of the celebration. Favorites like the Beer Garden, Corkyard, and Artisan Market will all be back this year, and there’s likewise a revamped lineup that includes interactive chef demos and brand-new locations to sample all the amazing eats.
The World of ‘Cue Hung on the yard of Firefly Distillery, this occasion explores the art of barbeque beyond the American South. Test barbeque flavors from around the globe, washed down with wine, spirits, and cold beer.
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> The Vibrant+ The Barreled Catch a timeless Charleston sundown while sipping barrel-aged scotches and white wines paired with indulgent bites at this afternoon occasion at Founders Hall.
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: https://charlestonwineandfood.com/events/hip-hops-the-remix/” > Hip Hops: The Remix Toast to the ideal trifecta of terrific music, food, and libations at this ultimate house party at Music Farm, a popular show place just off King Street.
El Barrio Travel to the Caribbean Islands and Central and South America through this event of Latinx food + culture, held at Holy City Developing.
Island Time Island-hop through the Caribbean with spirits, island-inspired mixed drinks, and authentic cooking from a crew of chefs with deep Caribbean roots.
It’s A Park Celebration Get bites directly off the grill and sip natural wines and a selection of fermented beverages at this backyard-style cookout in Hampton Park.
Break out your sequins and stilettos for the return of Cocktail Queens.Courtesy of Charleston Red Wine+ Food Mixed drink Queens Break out the sequins and stilettos for the return of this insanely enjoyable and glam mixed drink
party hosted by drag artists.
Red wine in the Sand
Discover what makes the sun-soaked red wines of the Mediterranean so special, and what couple with them best, with this white wine workshop held at Iron Rose Bar & & Dining establishment. The occasion is hosted by a trio of wine specialists: Filipe Caldas de Vasconcellos of Morgado do Quintão winery in Portugal, sommelier Vonda Freeman of Charleston’s Indigo Road Hospitality Group, and wine author (and Forbes factor) Lauren Mowery of Decanter magazine.
Kamayan Night Experience the communal-style Filipinx banquet referred to as Kamayan (which is Tagalog for “by hand”) at this singular event. Thanks to three leaders in Filipinx-American food– Nikko Cagalanan, Paolo Dungca, and Silver Cousler– restaurants will taste a vibrant array of foods that are generally served on banana leaves and consumed without utensils.
Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint Signature Dinner Head over the Ashley River to James Island to tuck into a West Tennessee-style whole hog barbeque feast, complete with natural red wines and live music, at Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint.
Bubbles + Buckets is a returning favorite on this year’s celebration lineup.Courtesy of Charleston Wine+ Food Bubbles+ Buckets Speak about” Sunday funday!” This popular returning event shows simply how raised soul
food can be. Head to Hampton Park for an unsurpassable brunch time pairing of champagne and timeless southern staples like fried chicken and collards.
Wild, Wild West
Check out the uncharted white wine areas of the west with a six flight tasting of whites and reds at Stems & & Skins.
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https://charlestonwineandfood.com/events/gingerline-cocktail-brunch/” > Gingerline Cocktail Brunch You’re invited to a boozy breakfast at Gingerline, the tropical retreat in Charleston’s historic district. Visitors will take pleasure in meals inspired by local favorites (including Executive Chef Taylor Cunningham’s famous chicken + waffles) paired with delicious Latin Caribbean cocktails.
Funnels of Flavor
Feeling classic for the state fair funnel cakes of your youth? Find out how to upgrade them at house with this hands-on class at the Culinary Institute of Charleston. Paola Velez, co-founder of Bakers Against Racism and Doña Dona, will share how to make her variation of the fried dough preferred with the flavors of coquito, the popular Puerto Rican mixed drink made with rum, coconut milk, and warming spices.
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