Calling one and all for a friendly wine & bike competition!

Jacques Scott has an exciting opportunity this month with our fabulous Matua Lighter Sauvignon Blanc. Following on from my dry January blog, Matua Lighter is an excellent alternative for those looking to monitor their calorie and alcohol intake. With only 80 calories per serving, Matua Lighter gives you the refreshingly crisp taste with gorgeous tropical […]

Dry January is here!

Well hello 2024! Here we are making resolutions. Cliche’ it may be but one of the most popular adult new year resolutions is to have a “dry January”. We recuperate from our over inevitable indulgences made during the holiday season. Your liver might need a break; however, you don’t want to lose the ritual of […]

Kat’s ultimate ‘Cayman’ mulled wine recipe

Here in Cayman we are a melting pot of diverse people from all over the world! I think we can all agree that regardless of where you’re from, or your background, mulled wine is absolutely delicious! Even in our warm climate it’s something to enjoy in the comfort of your very-own air conditioning. Not only […]

Caribbean Food and Wine

Although the Caribbean is known for its incredible rum, beer, and original cocktails (Cayman IS home to the mudslide after all), don’t think that wine isn’t an option to pair with the incredible food of the Cayman Islands. With traditional meals such as Cayman Style Beef, Fish Run Down, oxtail and Curried goat, there are […]

Easter Camping, a Cayman tradition

  There is the beautiful tradition in Cayman to utilize Easter weekend to camp on the beach. And what goes great with the beach? Beverages!! Here at Jacques Scott we have so much to offer as far as a traditional sit down Easter dinner, beach camping, or everyday needs. But I am here to tell […]

Back in Stock: South African Rising River Wine

Rising River wines are created by Rickety Bridge Winery. The Franschhoek wine estate, Rickety Bridge, has a winemaking history dating back to the 17th century. It was once part of the original La Provence farm granted to the first French Huguenots who settled in Oliphantshoek (Elephants Corner) and renamed the area, Franschhoek, or ‘French Corner’. […]

New Orleans cocktail greatness

After a couple of years of restricted travel, we can’t think of a better prize than a trip to a vibrant, foodie-centred city! New Orleans is a hub of cocktail greatness, tracing it’s roots back to the very beginning of cocktail prowess when drinks were a simple mix of spirits, sugar, water and bitters. We’re […]

Jacques Scott introduces new plastic free options!

As Cayman’s leading seller of beverages – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic – in the Cayman Islands, we at Jacques Scott Fine Wines and Spirits are keen to play our part and introduce options for water that are plastic free. Therefore, we are delighted to introduce a new product to the Cayman market which we believe […]

New Year, New You (keep the red wine!)

New Year, new you doesn’t have to mean removing wine! Let’s be honest, everyone loves a glass or two here and there. After all, red wine has been proven good for your heart! According to the Mayo Clinic “Red wine, in moderation, has long been thought of as heart healthy. The alcohol and certain substances […]

Want to go to THE BIG GAME? Visit Salty’s for your shot!

Want to go to go to the NFL Big Game in February? Win free tickets with flights and accommodation thanks to Salty’s, Coors Light and Jacques Scott Fine Wines & Spirits. Get your free scratch cards with every purchase of a bucket of Coors Light on game days at Salty’s. Other prizes up for grabs […]