The Tryall Club, OCEAN Style Host Food and Wine Event in Jamaica

OCEAN Style has partnered with The Tryall Club, one of Jamaica’s oldest luxury villa resorts, to co-host the food and wine event, RESERVED, which takes place on Tuesday, March 27 just outside of Montego Bay, Jamaica.

The Tryall Club, which sits on 2,200 acres just outside of Montego Bay, will play host to this gastronomic event offering guests the opportunity to dine under the stars while enjoying a impressive views from the terrace of its Great House. In addition to the culinary experience of the dinner and wine pairings, the evening will later feature an Appleton rum tasting presented by the world’s only female Master Blender, Joy Spence, along with plenty of other entertainment.

OCEAN STYLE produces OCEAN STYLE TV and OCEAN Style magazine, which all focus on Caribbean life.

The evening will feature a seven -course dinner expertly paired with the finest wines from the internationally acclaimed Torres vineyards of Spain, distributed by J. Wray & Nephew in Jamaica. Founded in 1870, Torres is one of the most recognizable names in Spanish wine and is the U.K.’s leading brand, accounting for seven percent of all Spanish exports to the U.K.



Tickets are $150 per person or full tables, which includes eight tickets, can be purchased for $1,100.

For more information, contact The Tryall Club at 876-956-5660, ext. 4444 or visit www.oceanstylemagazine.com/reserved.

Visit www.tryallclub.com
 

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