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Wine + Food Fest Poster Unveiling

March is a long way off, but if you’d like to get a little pre-game event in before the big BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival, make plans to attend Wine Under the Oaks at Boone Hall. This event has been going on for several years, but this year marks the first time it’s under the auspices of the W+F fest.

They promise it will be a lot like the Grand Tasting Tents with plenty of gourmet treats and beverages to sample with live music. You can also do a little holiday shopping and get a look at the winning 2011 poster design.

The event will benefit the American Red Cross. Order your tickets at before Nov. 19 and receive $10 off (discount code: wineunderoaks2011*).

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