Next, I stumbled upon some absolutely delicious meats just off the grill from The Butcher Shoppe. The Wagyu Strip was out of this world. I highly recommend a trip to their Fairfield Drive location for your holiday dinners. Another great addition would be the Saved Magic Maker Rosé (California) that I tasted with Southern Wine & Spirits. Saved wines is a collaboration between 2nd generation winemaker, Clay Brock, and contemporary artist Scott Campbell. The interesting label piqued my curiousity so I read a little about these guys when I got home. The artwork on the label represents the life stories that are so often told over a bottle of wine.
Moving on, I tasted several other favorites with Augustan Wines. The Honig Napa Valley Cabernet, Ramey Claret and Skouras Anassa (a Greek white that I love). Cajun Speciality Meats had some deliciously comforting food nearby. Creamy pasta, turducken, cornbread dressing, grits and a crawfish & corn soup. Yummy!
As you can probably tell, there was a lot of food and wine! It was a great event. I will be sure not to miss the 5th Annual Seville Quarter Food & Wine Festival.
P.S. Did I mention that we were in Seaside this weekend with Emily and her family at their beautiful home?
Lots of hanging out by the fire, trips to Modica Market, children and football. Can't beat that.
P.P.S. I cannot neglect to mention that tomorrow is the 9th birthday of my firstborn. Her nickname (that she earned in the delivery room) is "Wide Eyed Ginia" because she stared with eyes wide open at each person that held her.
She just knocked my socks off the day she entered this world and hasn't stopped since! Happy Birthday Virginia!
Nice guy from The Butcher Shoppe
Saved Magic Maker Rosé
Yummy pasta by Enzo!
Wine Fest selfie
Our girls saying goodbye this morning at Seaside
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