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Dinners | 21+ Only

The Communion: Reclamation Through Madeira

The Bar at Husk

During the 18th and 19th centuries, Charleston was the Madeira-consuming capital of America. Step inside the freestanding bar at Husk – what once had disintegrated into an austere ruin next to the main dining room – and experience curated dishes paired with the “immortal wine.” 

At this high-end dinner experience, sommelier Cha McCoy – founder of the wine dinner experience, The Communion – will lead guests through a tasting of various vintages of Madeira that will pay homage to the popular Madeira clubs of the Lowcountry. You’ll learn about the history and different varietals of Madeira, and how we can trace the legacy of today’s Black sommeliers through these wine-focused social clubs. Surrounded by century-old exposed brick still intact you’ll step into a bygone era of Charleston nightlife and continue the city’s historic tippling traditions.

Important Event Details

Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable between events
  • Charleston Wine + Food is requiring all guests, staff, talent, and vendors to either: provide proof they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 OR provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 72 hours of each day you are attending. Read More about our 2022 Health + Safety policy
  • This event is all-inclusive: food, beverage, and gratuity is included in the ticket price
  • Seats may be a combination of bar/counter seats, booths, and tables
  • Attire: wear what makes you feel most comfortable
  • All guests must be 21+ (no infants, children, or pets)
  • Event details are subject to change
  • Food allergies: if you have food allergies, please email ticketing@charlestonwineandfood.com by Friday, February 18. The chefs will do their best to accommodate, but we emphasize this is only a request
  • Should this event sell out and have a waitlist demand, Lyte will accept returns until Friday, February 18. Beginning February 19, tickets to this event cannot be returned via Lyte

Presented By

  • S.Pellegrino