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Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife

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Whisky, Wine and Wildlife on Jeckyl Island, GeorgiaWhiskey, Wine & Wildlife” (W3 to the cognoscenti) is Jekyll Island’s most ‘spirited’ celebration, and the is the perfect winter escape for Road Trips Foodies who don’t live on coastal Georgia.

Scheduled for February 9 through 12, 2017, at The Westin Jekyll Island, the four-day culinary adventure brings together a beachfront setting, wines and spirits, and a broad range of culinary tastings on Georgia’s historic “golden” isle.

New this year is a four-course wine dinner (February 9, 2017). Other highlights include a wine cruise departing from the Jekyll Island Historic District Wharf, a master class in “pours”, a a culinary showcase with samplings of premium whiskey, wine and beer, along with whiskey-inspired food and classic cocktails.

The main event takes place February 11, 2017, in the Jekyll Island Beach Village. From 1 to 4 p.m. there’ll be beverage and culinary tastings.

A special “Wings, Q + Brews Alley” will be part of the festivities February 11, with some of the South’s most revered Pitmasters, Big Green Egg grill masters and chefs.

The “W3 Sunday Brunch” from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. February 12, 2017, is the grand finale.

The weekend’s events will raise funds and awareness for programs of the Jekyll Island Foundation. The island’s research and education experts will be on-hand Friday and Saturday, showcasing fun, interactive programs with coastal wildlife including sea turtles and alligators.

(Photo courtesy of Whiskey, Wine & Wildlife)

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