Let's Get Boozy!

Merry flavor seekers, rejoice! To celebrate the launch of our 2016 Ticket Season, we’re throwing a boozy picnic, complete with lawn games, festive cocktails, endless rosè, and plenty of delicious brunch-inspired bites from a dozen local chefs. WHEN: Sunday, September ...Read More

Laura Kate Whitney Joins CHSWFF Team

Southern-based event and communications specialist Laura Kate Whitney has joined the Charleston Wine + Food team in the role of Marketing & Communications Director. Laura Kate will work closely with staff, partners and media to drive brand awareness and ...Read More

a look at the 2015 festival

  Over five days, Charleston Wine + Food hosted over 107 events, our most delicious and fun Culinary Village ever, and toasted the decade with an unparalleled group of chefs, winemakers, authors, sponsors, volunteers, and guests. Thanks to all ...Read More

Don't Forget: Spring Forward

While automated for most of us on our phones, don’t forget to set your watches – we don’t want you to miss a moment of festival fun on Sunday, March 8 – the last day of BB&T Charleston Wine ...Read More

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If you aren’t already signed up to receive our newsletter, please add your email above where it says “Newsletter Sign-Up” and click “Subscribe” to receive all the details of festival fun. The button is on the header of our website. It’s ...Read More

Join Opening Ceremony

  Friday, March 6 @ 11am at the Culinary Village Music Stage Join Mayor Joe Riley, SC Poet Laureate Marjory Wentworth, Executive Director Gillian Zettler and special guests as we officially open the 10th Annual Culinary Village and give ...Read More


Don’t hesitate to ask staff or volunteers for help – you are our guest and we want you to have an amazing experience! – Gillian Z., Executive Director It’s a marathon – not a sprint. Drink plenty of Dasani ...Read More

Charleston Receipts: Southern Storytelling at its Best

The inspiration for the festival’s highly anticipated Opening Night Gala celebrates a literary contribution of Charleston culinary history. Many Southern cooks count among their most prized possessions hand-written recipes passed down from generation to generation. These inherited gems are more ...Read More