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Shrimp & Grits & Wine

Pairing the perfect wine with this traditionally Southern dish is surprisingly easy. By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery It took thousands of years for the Lowcountry’s distinctive cuisine to evolve out of ancient Native American and West African food ways. Shrimp and Grits is a great example of that culinary crossroads. Grits are coarsely ground corn boiled… Read More…

Better Together: Delicious Cocktails with Local Ingredients

Did you know that Hilton Head Island is home to a brewery, a distillery and a winery? Tucked behind the airport on the north end of the Island, Cardinal Road is the location of these three craft beverage makers, all of which are located within walking distance of one another. A trip to Cardinal Road… Read More…

The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration

Taking place throughout the entire month of February, The Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Gullah people and their history on Hilton Head Island. offers a synopsis of this event in the description below. Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration programming includes a variety of events designed to attract local… Read More…

Elderberry Wine

Kick off the New Year with a taste of this iconic berry, which is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins. By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery Bare and crooked in the winter, the elder tree is a powerful symbol in medieval lore, a potent ingredient in Native American medicine and an important key to delicious alcoholic beverages…. Read More…

Up Close with Louise Miller Cohen and the Gullah Heritage

Established in 2003, the roots of The Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island extend back through the generations who farmed the fertile soil of the Lowcountry—all the way to West Africa. The direct descendants of African-Americans once enslaved on Southern cotton and rice plantations, the Gullah people lived in relative isolation for hundreds of years on… Read More…