Tybee Island wine Fest 2013

Tybee Wine Fest 2013

Posted By Charissa / March 22, 2013 / , , , , , , , , , , , , , / 0 Comments

Tybee Wine Fest 2013

It’s that time of year again! Tybee Island Wine Festival 2013! In case you haven’t bought your tickets yet here is a schedule of events:

Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30pm
Wining and Dining – “The Art of Pairing”

Tybee Island Wine Fest 2013The Tybee Island Social Club and Quality Wine & Spirits is your host for an intimate evening of fine wining and dining.  A wine connoisseur will lead you through a specially prepared five-course meal, each course perfectly matched with an assorted of fine wines.  Learn the dynamic of each culinary and wine flavor.  Descriptors of aroma and taste will suddenly make sense, and you too, will understand the art of pairing food and wine!

Tybee Island Social Club, 1311 Butler Ave., Tybee Island

Almost sold out!  Tickets must be purchased ONLINE by April 5th.  Tickets WILL NOT be available at the door, so make your reservations today!

$60 plus $5.00 tax and handling ($25 of which is a tax deductible contribution)Tax and gratuity are included.

Purchase your tickets here:  tybeewinefestival.com

 

Thursday, April 11 at 11:30am

Seafood School – “Seafood Treasures from the Golden Isles”

Tybee Island Wine Fest 2013Having trouble cooking that perfect fish, making a smooth roux or giving your favorite seafood dishes just the right kick of seasoning? Then Seafood School is the answer for you!  Watch, learn, ask questions and sample!  Five scrumptious seafood dishes!   Five fabulous culinary demonstrations!

Chefs Kelly Yambor and Jeremy Diehl of Savannah’s Elizabeth on 37th

Chefs Kelly Yambor, along with her husband Jeremy Diehl, lead the kitchen staff at Elizabeth on 37th in Savannah. They have cooked for the James Beard House “Next Generation” series and have appeared in Chef Magazine, the New York Times and Gourmet Magazine.

Their Dish: Herb Glazed Georgia Shrimp with Low Country Hash and Corn Pudding

Cindy Jacobs, Golden Isles Native

Cindy was born and raised in the Golden Isles of Georgia. Throughout her high school and college years, Cindy could be found working at the Emmeline and Hessie Restaurant on St Simons Island where she developed her passion and skills for cooking, working for Flo Packard Anderson, a renowned regional chef and caterer.  Cindy generously shares her love of cooking and entertaining with numerous charitable causes throughout St Simons and Sea Island.

Her Dish: Shrimp Sea Island

Sallie Ann Robinson, Author, Speaker, Gullah Culture

Sallie Ann Robinson is a sixth-generation native of Daufuskie Island, South Carolina, renowned for her culinary expertise, entertaining presentations, and knowledge of southeastern United States Gullah culture. She is the author of Gullah Home Cooking the Daufuskie Way, and Cooking the Gullah Way, Morning, Noon, and Night.

Her Dish: Ol’Fuskie Fried Crab Rice

Damon Lee Fowler, Culinary Director of Kitchenware Outfitters Cooking School, Savannah

Damon Lee Fowler is a nationally recognized authority on Southern cooking and its history and the author of six critically acclaimed cookbooks, including A Celebration of the Cuisine of the Old South which was nominated for two Julia Child cookbook awards and a James Beard Foundation award.

His Dish: Oysters in Leek and Bourbon Cream Served w/ Lemon Pepper Hoe Cakes.

Bonnie Gaster, Tybee Island’s Own Seafood Diva!

Bonnie is a frequent Cooking Teacher for Kitchen Outfitters in Savannah. She is known throughout Savannah and the Islands for her entertaining skills and cooking expertise, especially with Coastal Georgia’s fabulous Seafood Bounty. Bonnie will not only inform you but entertain you as well. 

Her Dish: Shrimp Creole – Tybee  Style!

A tasting luncheon featuring each of the foods demonstrated as well as copies of all of the recipes is included!

Tybee Lite Shrine Club, 1 Meddin Avenue, Tybee Island

Almost sold out!  Tickets must be purchased ONLINE by April 5th.  Tickets WILL NOT be available at the door, so make your reservations today!

Tickets  – $55 plus $3.00 tax and handling ($20 of which is a tax deductible contribution)

Purchase your tickets here:  tybeewinefestival.com

 

Friday, April 12 from 6:30pm-8:30pm

An Evening of Oysters & Wine

Tybee Island Wine Fest 2013Legend has it that Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, sprang forth from the sea on an oyster shell and promptly gave birth to Eros. Thus began the belief that oysters, harvested and consumed since Roman times, hold special aphrodisiacal powers. If you are a romantic and a lover of the tastes of the sea, join us for an Evening of Oysters & Wine at Marlin Monroe’s Surfside Grill where the world will be your oyster!

Along with oysters will be an array of perfectly matched wines – all designed to complement your oyster feast – and  live music!

Tickets are limited, so be sure to purchase yours today!

Marlin Monroe’s Surfside Grill 404 Butler Avenue, Tybee Island

Tickets – $40 plus $2.00 tax and handling ($25 of which is a tax deductible contribution)

Purchase your tickets here:  tybeewinefestival.com

 

Saturday, April 13 from 3pm- 6pm

Grand Wine Tasting

Tybee Island Wine FestThe Tybee Wine Festival’s signature event – featuring tastings and samplings of international wine and morsels from favorite eateries on Tybee Island and nearby areas – set on the beautiful grounds of the historic Tybee Island Lighthouse.  This event also features a live and silent auction, live music and a limited edition 2013 Tybee Wine Festival glass.

The centerpiece of every Tybee Wine Festival, it’s a three-hour celebration of all that’s great about Tybee!

Feel free to bring your own blanket or chair but NO COOLERS, PLEASE!

Tybee Island Lighthouse Grounds 30 Meddin Drive, Tybee Island

Tickets -$50 plus $2.00 tax and handling ($30 of which is a tax deductible contribution)

Purchase your tickets here:  tybeewinefestival.com

 

Sunday, April 14 from 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Champagne Brunch at the Crab Shack

Tybee Island Wine Fest 2013Close out the Tybee Wine Festival with a Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Crab Shack!  Feast on a scrumptious buffet of homemade delights, including: scrambled eggs; grits; deviled crab bites; bagels with salmon, cream cheese, capers and red onion; country ham; chipped pork sliders; a beef round carving station; Bahamian mac & cheese; and more!   Come hungry and be sure to save room for an assortment of mouth-watering fruit and chocolate desserts!  Round out your brunch with delicious Champagne!  The Crab Shack, 40 Estill Hammock Road, Tybee Island

Tickets must be purchased online by April 5th.  Tickets WILL NOT be available at the door, so make your reservations today!

$35 plus $2.50 tax and handling ($10 of which is a tax deductible contribution).Includes two glasses of Champagne, tax and gratuity.

Purchase your tickets here:  http://tybeewinefestival.com/products-page/

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