Unique Gifts for People Who Are Impossible to Shop For
Charleston Wine + Food Tickets
Celebrating the renowned culinary culture of Charleston, SC
Save the dates: March 2 - 6, 2022.
Charleston Wine + Food infuses homegrown flavor with top chefs, winemakers, authors, storytellers, artisans, experts, and food enthusiasts from around the globe for a five-day event that spans the first full weekend each March.
The 501(c)(3) organization was founded in 2004 by a group of loyal community leaders with a vision of creating an event to promote + elevate Charleston’s culinary brand. The goal was to put Charleston on the map as a culinary destination and to bring national + international attention to the city. Over the last 16 years, the festival has welcomed nearly 335,000 attendees and generated over $112.2 million in economic impact.
Tank Garage Winery Wine Club
We built Tank as a bastion for dreamers and those looking to defy conventions. A winery that celebrates misfits, bootleggers, and daredevils. No business plan, no exit strategy, just a mission to do cool shit. As a MADE member, you get access to some of the rarest wines around, delivered straight to your doorstep or ready to pick up from our vintage service station on your next visit to Calistoga.
"I'm Not Drunk, I'm Cooking" Book
"I want this cookbook to read more like a book of short stories," Kaylor-Griffiths explains. "To me, that is what a recipe really is. All of the recipes have a meaning or a story behind them - some stories are sentimental and some are a hot mess. I'm Not Drunk, I'm Cooking was an absolute joy to create, bringing together my favorite ways to cook and eat, along with cocktails and forgotten stories." I'm Not Drunk, I'm Cooking is now available for purchase on Amazon.
Salts and Other Goodies from Fiddlehead Farm
Fiddlehead Farm is an award winning small farm/micro-jammery in the amazing little town of Pittsboro, NC. We make everything with local ingredients and lots of love!
The Nashville Blanket Project
For every blanket purchased, one is given to a neighbor in need. Blankets are donated to Nashville-based nonprofits who work with those experiencing homelessness.