Charleston Wine + Food’s Culinary Village wrapped up Sunday afternoon after three days in North Charleston’s Riverfront Park. Guests gathered to sample bites from local and regional restaurants while indulging in refreshing cocktails, new wines and a variety of beers.

Callie’s Hot Little Biscuits served pimiento cheese biscuits | Photos by Ruta Smith
Ruby Sunshine dished out sweet treats

While chefs continued dishing out food and drink masters poured the imbibes, attendees could explore the many attractions including a silent disco, live music and a chef’s demo stage.

Guests flocked to the Grey Goose booth for tasty cocktails
Mini duck pastrami Ruebens from The Dewberry
Maker’s Mark offered cocktails including an espresso martini and a Palmetto Punch

Some vendors stood out with unique take-home favors such as Maker’s Mark tote bags that were screen-printed on site or its hand-pressed leather keychains customized with individuals’ initials. Others, including Grey Goose and La Marca Prosecco, set up cool photo backgrounds for guests to take pictures.

South Carolina products were available to try and purchase in the Farmstand tent
Dozens of winemakers and sommeliers kept the wine flowing throughout the day

Photos by Ruta Smith

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