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Wooden crates holding bottles of red and white wine.Wine cellar

Wine Luncheons

Graycliff Restaurant, one of the Caribbean’s first five-star restaurants, offers a wine lover’s dream. Wine Luncheon guests are welcomed with a glass of champagne and led by Graycliff’s Sommelier for a tour of the hotel and restaurant’s acclaimed wine collection.

The cellar houses some fine and rare wines, with over 250,000 bottles from 400 vintners, acquired over decades by Enrico Garzaroli, the establishment’s chairman and CEO. Gazaroli is passionate about the quality of the wines he seeks out and carefully adds to his collection, which is among the largest private collections in the world, receiving the prestigious Wine Spectator Grand Award since 1988.

Wine Luncheon participants are treated to a four-course gourmet repast paired with the appropriate wines. The menu, which changes seasonally, includes an appetizer, soup or salad, main course, and dessert. Please advise at least 24 hours in advance of any food allergies or special requests.

Luncheon Information

Wine luncheons take place Monday to Friday at 12pm. Cost is $125 per person, 18 years and older.

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