November 10 – November 16, 2014

 

2014 Promo courtesy of WTOC-TV

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NEW EVENT ANNOUNCED:

Happening September 19, 2014, Bistro Savoir Interactif is a special pre-festival evening in the Eckburg  Auditorium at Savannah Technical College.  Supporting the Patrick Ansley Williams Scholarship Fund, guests will visit six different stations featuring elegant tasting and learning opportunities along with wine selections.  To learn more click here.

FESTIVAL BRIEFS

The Tourism Leadership Council is pleased to announce the 2014 Savannah Food & Wine Festival.   According to festival President, Michael T. Owens, “The overwhelming success of the inaugural Savannah Food & Wine Festival translates into an even bigger and better 2014 festival.

 

The Taste of Savannah will now take place in Ellis and Johnson Squares, the River Street Stroll will be in an expanded area and we’re in the process of finalizing plans on several new events and venues. We will have the full festival line-up of tickets on sale by June 1, 2014.”

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Top 10 Bucket List Savannah Experiences, by Visit Savannah Staff

Whether you are looking for a fun adventure or that must have one-of-a-kind antique, here’s a list to help you make the most of your time in the Hostess City for the Savannah Food & Wine Festival!To continue reading click here.

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CONTACT US

For more information on the Festival contact us at:

info@savannahfoodandwinefest.com

QUICK LINKS

July 12,  2014 - Learning Experience tickets now on sale.

August 2, 2014 - Chef Aaron Deal from the River and Rail in Roanoke, VA joins the Winery Cellar Dinner as guest chef.

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival  PO Box 10010

Savannah, Georgia 31412  ph: 912-232-1223; fax: 912-236-8821

©2014 Savannah Food & Wine Festival and The AdFish Group

*The Savannah Food & Wine Festival is presented by the Tourism Leadership Council, a 501-(c) 6 organization, with proceeds benefiting the TLC Scholarship Fund, with educational opportunities for hospitality program students in colleges and universities in the Coastal Empire and many local charitable organizations.