Gourmet and Grapes is an unparalleled event that couples local and regional culinary talent with award-winning wineries.
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16th Annual Gourmet & Grapes

Join us for an exquisite, four-day culinary experience at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island Golf Resort celebrating the 16th Annual Gourmet & Grapes, February 1-4, 2024.

Gourmet & Grapes is the only fundraiser in the Lowcountry that couples local and national culinary talent with award-winning wineries to raise money for cancer research–funds that will support life-saving endeavors and patient programs at Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.

An Epicurean Delight
From a bicycle brunch tour to caviar, dancing and decadent desserts, the weekend offers entertainment, gaiety, and a flavor for every palate

Highlights include:
Gourmet & Grain–a BBQ & bourbon mashup
Epicurean Affair–an exclusive black-tie private dinner in The Ocean Room
Wine Odyssey Gala–featuring renowned chefs paired with world-class wines and a silent and live auction.

Watch this page for additional information–chef unveilings, ticket purchasing, auction item announcements, and more–as we draw closer to the 2024 event.

With Gratitude
Since its inception in 2009, Gourmet & Grapes has now raised more than $5 million for cancer research programs at Hollings Cancer Center. This contribution has proved invaluable in the cancer research conducted in South Carolina.

About the Hollings Cancer Center
Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina is a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center and the largest academic-based cancer program in South Carolina. As the state’s foremost cancer treatment center, Hollings unites more than 150 experts in treatment, research, education, prevention and control, and outreach to address South Carolina’s significant cancer problem. The cancer center has more than $42 million in cancer research funding, and at any given time there are more than 200 clinical trials open to patients.

For the estimated 33,000 South Carolinians who will be diagnosed with cancer this year, the Hollings Cancer Center is leading the way in changing what is possible in cancer care.