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Indulge in ever sip of Harbour Wines & Spirits

Published:Thursday | February 11, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Wine flavored oven roasted pork loin with a Trivento sweet Malbec reduction.
These panko coated codfish and potato balls with a hint of scotch bonnet mayo was a hit.
Nothing hits the spot better than a glass of California's Ménage à Trois Midnight.
There of the myriad of wines distributed by Harbour Wines and Spirits. From left: Cavit Moscato, Lunetta Rose and Segura Viudos.
Nothing goes better with wine than an assortment of cheese and fruits.
Scrumptous grilled chicken skewers that was served with a sweet chili dipping sauce.
GraceKennedy's wine consultant Marilyn Bennett introduces businessman Bobby Chen to one of their wines.
Chef Jason Smith preparing shrimp alfredo pasta.
Simone Mcfarlene aerial acrobatics during the launch of Harbour Wines & Spirits.
Cheesy callaloo quiche

Last Tuesday, the Kingston Harbour on the waterfront in downtown Kingston provided a gastronomic feat for the ages with the launch of Harbour Wines & Spirits by GraceKennedy.

Whatever your choice of wine, they had it. From sweet moscato to full-bodied red blends to sparkling prosecos from some of the traditional and new-world wines from Spain, France, California, Washington state, and Australia, just to name a few.

And when you have a function by the 'First family of fine foods', the food has to be good, and it was.

Guests were greeted with a special cream of pumpkin soup that warmed the palate straight down to your toes. That just whetted the palate for what was to come.

GraceKennedy's chef Jason Smith cooked up a storm with a live pasta station boasting his delectable shrimp pasta. Also available at the numerous stations around the venue were scrumptious oven-roasted pork loin with a Trivento sweet Malbec reduction, cheesy callaloo quiche, tender grilled chicken skewers with sweet chilli dipping sauce, tasty samosas with a tamarind dipping, panko-coated codfish, and potato balls with a hint of Scotch bonnet mayo. Whatever you chose, there was a 'wine for that'.

And, of course, the night wouldn't be complete without some sweet treats, which included, Grace Aloe mousses and Sutter Home Moscato Cheese and cheeses. Harbour Wines & Spirits definitely made a splash in the Jamaican market.