April 9-13: The 6th Annual Tybee Wine Festival is an annual springtime celebration of wine and coastal cuisine set on postcard-perfect Tybee Island, the laid-back paradise located just 20 minutes east of historic Savannah. Presented by the historic Tybee Post Theater, this year’s event, features five days of international wines, fine food, and, of course, live music at Savannah’s Beach. All proceeds benefit the restoration of the historic Tybee Post Theater.
Our mission is to transform the Tybee Post Theater into an operating performing arts and cultural center. Our vision is to operate the Theater successfully as an integral part of our community that enhances our cultural experience, encourages and attracts visitors, and improves our quality of life. When you support the Tybee Wine Festival, and all Tybee Post Theater events, you help bring us one step closer to finally opening the doors of this historic theater and welcoming you to experience the power and magic of the arts!
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
6:30 p.m. – “Wining and Dining” The Art of Pairing at the Tybee Island Social Club, 1311 Butler Ave
The Tybee Island Social Club 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 a fine wine. Lofty descriptions of aroma and taste will suddenly make sense, and you too, will understand the art of pairing food and wine!
Thursday, April 10, 2014
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. – “Let’s do Lunch,” The Art of Coastal Design and Cuisine at the Tybee Lite Shrine Club, 1 Meddin Lane
Learn how to create fantastic table centerpieces from writer/decorator/gardener Holley Jaakkola, and watch as four famous chefs prepare a scrumptious meal, from appetizers through dessert! A tasting luncheon featuring each of the foods demonstrated, white wine and copies of all of the recipes are included. Chef Roberto Leoci of Leoci’s Trattoria in Savannah; Chef Amberley Stewart, culinary director of Virginia College; noted cookbook author Martha Nesbit; and event organizer and cooking instructor Pat Hackney each demonstrate a dish and share their recipe, while preparing a tasting luncheon to remember — served with fine wines, of course.
7 – 10 p.m. – “Wining and Dining” The Art of Pairing at the Tybee Island Social Club, 1311 Butler Ave
The Tybee Island Social Club 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 a fine wine. Descriptions of aroma and taste will suddenly make sense, and you too, will understand the art of pairing food and wine! We’ll also offer a few special items at a live auction during dinner! Act fast; seating is limited to 60 people.
Friday, April 11, 2014
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. – An Evening of Oysters and Wine at Marlin Monroes Surfside Grill, 404 Butler Ave
You love oysters. We love oysters! How about having them served to you six different ways! This casual evening combines the Tybee essentials – fun, live music, good food and perfectly matched wines in an oceanfront outdoor setting as the sun goes down.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
3 – 6 p.m. – The Grand Wine Tasting at the Tybee Light Station, 30 Meddin Dr
Set on the beautiful grounds of the historic Tybee Light Station, this is the centerpiece of every Tybee Island Wine Festival. The Grand Wine Tasting features samplings of more than 75 international wines and delicious morsels from our favorite eateries on Tybee Island and nearby areas. We’ll have live music on the Lighthouse stage, and you won’t believe our silent and live auction items! You’ll want to take home your limited edition 2013 Tybee Wine Festival glass. Don’t miss all the fun!
Sunday, April 13, 2014
12:30 – 2:30 p.m. – Champagne Brunch at the Crab Shack, 40 Estill Hammock Rd
What is better than a champagne brunch? Ours is held at the famous Crab Shack on Tybee Island.. It is a buffet of all the favorite Brunch treats plus some surprises. You will also find a whole table full of desserts. Oh, did we mention the Champagne?
For more information about the events and tickets, go to TybeeWineFestival.com or call (912) 663-1099.