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P.O. Box 832
119 S. Sumter St
Sumter, SC 29151
Phone 803-773-5508
Fax  803-773-3294


Leigh Newman

Deborah Harrison
Ariel Wilkie Floyd
Renee Robbins
Breanna J. Hughes

Gail Wilson
Rebecca Sears


Champagne - $1,000
Main Street Tavern

Port - $750
Hines Furniture & Bedding

Carolina Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine

Southern Touch Properties

Merlot - $500
Vigier’s Computer Service

Black River Electric, Co.

Pinot Grigio - $300

Sumter Packaging Corporation

Brunson Law Firm

Heart of Sumter Neighborhood Association

Thompson Construction Group, Inc.

Chardonnay - $100
Williams Funeral Home, Inc

Sumter Taxi Co.

Cabernet - $50
Young Professionals of Sumter



Sip and Scream Logo Friday November 3 6:00 to 9:00
Sumter Sip and Scream Text Card

Sumter Sip & Scream 2018 Photos

Wine is best enjoyed using other senses besides taste.

First, look at the color of the wine, as wines come in a multitude of eye pleasing colors. White wines range from light straw to deep gold. Reds, from light ruby to deep purple.

Next, smell. All wines have distinctive aromas or "nose." Then, sip. You should have three taste sensations. In the front, you will taste the essence of the wine: fruity, citrus and "jammy". In the middle of the mouth, you should feel the wine unfold, giving more subtle flavors. In the back of the mouth, the finish: sweetness, crispness or dryness.

Most of wines are best with food, so try a sip or two with a variety of fruits and cheeses to experience the real character of the wine. And most importantly, ENJOY!

Benefiting Senior Programming including Meals-on-Wheels
This project is partially funded by the Sumter County Cultural Commission which receives support from the John & Susan Bennett Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC, the SC Arts Commission and the National Endowments for the Arts.