Uncorked Beer & Wine Festival

In just a few days, Grenada will host its annual Uncorked Beer & Wine Festival at Quarantine Point Recreational Park on May 5.

Cross section of audience enjoying last year’s concert

The festival will bring together beer and wine lovers as well as Grenada’s leading distributors and manufacturers of beer and wine in a safe setting where patrons can sample drinks and have the opportunity to buy their favourites from vendors.

Patrons will also be treated to a live concert with Grenada’s top entertainers, Thamara ‘Song Bird’ St. Bernard alongside the band Apollo; Laura Lisa and DEM Band and Lyndon Langdon on the Saxophone.

Trinidad’s champion pannist and arranger Duvone Stewart will be a featured artist at this year’s event who will serenade the audience with his hit renditions.

Persons who have attended previous Uncorked festivals gave rave reviews and expressed their desire to patronise future events.

Uncorked is the first of its kind in the southern Caribbean.

The annual event was first held four years ago by WG Promotions which was recently rebranded to Clique Entertainment.

This year’s title sponsor for the event is Silversands Luxury Resort which will also be featuring their splendid selection of fine wines from all over the world and delicious food prepared by their in-house chefs.

“We are very pleased with the support the event has received in previous years and are happy with its growth. It is our vision for Uncorked to become one of the most anticipated events in Grenada and the Caribbean attracting visitors from across the region and further afield”, said Wilvorn Grainger, Spokesperson for Clique Entertainment.

“We are also proud to give Grenada’s manufacturers and distributors a platform for their products and to educate patrons on how to pair their food with drink and more”, added Grainger.
Persons wishing to attend the event, can visit www.cliqueentertainment.gd or visit the event Facebook page ‘Uncorked’ to learn more.

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