Yesterday, we took a short drive on a beautiful day to Hyman Vineyards in Conway, SC. We’ve been anticipating our visit for quite some time and promoting the event here on PeeDeeFoodie.com. While we’ve been to oodles events around the Pee Dee, Bacchus Festival marked our first visit to a working vineyard and we enjoyed every minute. In short, we can’t wait until next year!
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GREG HYMAN is the owner a Hyman Vineyards in Conway. Formerly a tobacco farm, the vineyard has become a support model for 21st century agricultural practices in South Carolina. Hyman serves as the current president of CASGA, a growers’ cooperative that serves South Carolina producers. Greg is recognized widely as an authority in his field [...]
These entrepreneurs could have looked for the least expensive ingredients they could find, but they didn’t. They could have neglected quality and consistency, but they didn’t. They also could have ignored South Carolina, but they didn’t. They went in a different direction by making a commitment to Certified South Carolina.