The 7th Annual Made in the South Awards Celebration

G&G partners with Palmetto Bluff to honor the Made in the South winners

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    Elizabeth Hutchison and Style category winner Susan Carson pose in the award-winning Carson & Co. skirts.

    Lindsey Harris

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    The Moreland Village Outfitters at Palmetto Bluff—the perfect backdrop to celebrate this year’s Made in the South honorees.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Left to right: David O’Donoghue, Anna Jones, Courtney Hampson, and Wilson Jones.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Food category runner-up Blackberry Farm shares its sheep’s milk cheese for a delectable fig jam and crostini appetizer.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Lou Thommann and Anthony Vaughan celebrate the evening with the Lowcountry Daley a signature cocktail featuring Asi Tea Company Yaupon holly sweet tea and bourbon.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Rúa, an American single-malt whiskey from Great Wagon Road Distilling Co., is served neat and on the rocks.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Haskell Harris with Made in the South Awards judge alumnus Barrie Benson.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Banditos, from Nashville, featured in the April/May 2016 issue of G&G, perform on the dock at Palmetto Bluff.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Glassblower Colin O’Reilly of Terrane Glass Designs poses with the overall winner award for his decanter and glass set.

    Lindsey Harris

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    Guests pose for a quick picture after the awards ceremony.

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    A breakfast of handmade biscuits and jam delivered to guests on Saturday morning, compliments of Palmetto Bluff.

    Lindsey Harris

On Friday, November 11, Garden & Gun kicked off its Seventh Annual Made in the South Awards with a cocktail party at Palmetto Bluff. Made even more festive with an appearance by Banditos, the night was filled with great food and drink, good company, and a beautiful Lowcountry landscape.

Special thanks to:
Palmetto Bluff

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