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Dream Hotel Group Expanding in Mexico

 By the Caribbean Journal staff New York-based Dream Hotel Group is planning more hotels in Mexico. The company known for its boutique properties like The Chatwal has signed another new hotel deal in Mexico, this time in Valle de Guadalupe. …

A New Eatery Opens in St Croix

 By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s hottest culinary scenes just got even hotter with the addition of another exciting eatery. It’s called Club Comanche R.A.W., and it’s situated on the ground floor beneath the historic Club Comanche …

Windstar’s New Wine Program

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Windstar Cruises has hired a team of sommeliers to serve guests on sailings around the world, including in the Caribbean. The new wine experts provide an enhancement for guests as the summer cruise season begins, building …

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 By Alexander Britell With more than 250,000 bottles of wine, Nassau’s Graycliff Hotel and Restaurant is home to the third largest wine collection on earth. But one of the hemisphere’s great wine destinations just got even better. Just steps across …

holland america

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Holland America Line has tapped world-renowned wine critic James Suckling to curate an extensive new wine list for the company. The new list will be featured on all ships in Holland America Line’s premium fleet …

maroc aruba

 It’s dusk in Oranjestad, a bit past the bustle of rush hour when the light is a silvery blue and the streets have emptied out before night. This is the time to sneak into Maroc before it gets too crowded, …

 St Lucia’s Landings resort has a new food and beverage director with serious wine credentials. The resort has named Eric Toles as its new director of food and beverage, after three years of serving at the tony Cotton House Resort …

 Wine? From the Caribbean? And no, we don’t mean tropical fruit wine, from mangos or “ginger wine” from Jamaica. We mean wine — from actual grapes. Made in the Caribbean. While the Caribbean’s rainy climate has often posed an insurmountable …

 Fifth edition of Caribbean Food and Wine Festival coming in November By Dana Niland CJ Contributor This November, internationally acclaimed chefs and winemakers will travel to Turks & Caicos for the fifth annual Caribbean Food & Wine Festival, where they …

 Above: Curacao Winery By the Caribbean Journal staff Wine from the Caribbean? It will soon be reality as, for the first time ever, Curacao has its own winery. The Caribbean’s newest vineyard has more than 2,000 plants on two acres …

 Above: the inauguration ceremony By the Caribbean Journal staff While tropical climes are great for sitting on the beach and taking a swim, they’re traditionally not the friendliest environment to viticulture. But a new tourism development in the Dominican Republic’s …

 Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands has introduced increased import duties on cigarettes and alcohol as part of the territory’s new revenue measures for the 2012/2013 fiscal year, the office of Cayman Premier McKeeva …