Int'l Reggae Wine Festival

Published: Friday | August 10, 2012 Comments 0
Margaritaville's André Dixon (left) and Diana Wilson chilling at the launch.
Margaritaville's André Dixon (left) and Diana Wilson chilling at the launch.
From left: President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, Davon Crump, Cheddi-Van Crighton and Suzette Brown greet organisers of the International Reggae Wine Festival, Carlos and Elaine Daley. photos by Sheena Gayle
From left: President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, Davon Crump, Cheddi-Van Crighton and Suzette Brown greet organisers of the International Reggae Wine Festival, Carlos and Elaine Daley. photos by Sheena Gayle
Tamara Mais and Conrod Allen of Cover Me Up Tents enjoy a glass of wine at the launch of the International Reggae Wine Festival in Montego Bay Recently.
Tamara Mais and Conrod Allen of Cover Me Up Tents enjoy a glass of wine at the launch of the International Reggae Wine Festival in Montego Bay Recently.

International reggae artiste Tessanne Chin, Leroy Sibbles and George Nooks will headline the International Reggae Wine Festival slated for tomorrow at the Aqueduct in Rose Hall, Montego Bay.

The second staging of this premier wine and music festival by US-based CSR Promotions will allow patrons to sample some of the world's best wines and spirits from local and international purveyors, according to organiser Carlos Daley at the launch of the event in Montego Bay recently.

"We have put together an excellent package for the patrons and I am sure they will get an opportunity to experience the best in food, fashion, wines and entertainment. We were encouraged by last year's staging and we have something special lined up for persons. All you need to do is come and have the experience for yourselves," Daley noted.

A fashion show featuring pieces from Staysie's Boutique and menswear designer Pablo Palair are among the highlights the events will offer, along with food pairings from Margaritaville, Napoli Restaurant and Pire One to accompany the wines.

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