Colonial Williamsburg Third Annual Taste Tradition + Classic Golf
(Williamsburg, Va.) – Colonial Williamsburg’s third annual Taste Tradition weekend presents the finest food, vintage wines, craft beers and spirited cocktails, farm-raised meats, seafood from local waters and herbs and vegetables straight from the gardens in the Historic Area, Sept. 4-6.
Golden Horseshoe’s classic Gold Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. more than 50 years ago, is steps away from the culinary happenings. The adjacent Green Course, designed by his son Rees Jones 25 years ago, represent the first father-son layout in the country. Jones Senior also designed the popular executive length Spotswood Course.
The Golden Horseshoe is set in a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary on gently rolling terrain surrounded by Virginia hardwoods and no encroaching residential development. Revenue from golf play on the Golden Horseshoe Golf Club’s three public courses supports the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s conservation, preservation, research and education initiatives.
The Taste Tradition two-night hotel package starts at $152 per person per night and includes accommodations at the Williamsburg Lodge, a special gift from Colonial Williamsburg chefs, tickets to two events open exclusively to Taste Tradition hotel package guests – a welcome reception featuring a taste of Spain with tapas and wine, and tickets to the Brew ‘N’ Cue Showdown. Green fees are additional.
Information about the hotel package and special event bundling prices is available by calling 855-296-6627 or online at www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/do/special-events/taste-tradition. Golf tee times at Golden Horseshoe may be arranged by calling 888-965-7254 online at www.colonialwilliamsburg.com/golf.