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#108683 - 09/28/05 09:58 AM Bringing Wine into Belize  
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A question that's not covered in our Belize travel books is how much can we bring in. Two Bottles of our favorite Vino since we're celebrating our 30th. Then we'd like to bring some Tequilla & Controy from Mexico. Is that allowed? I can't find it anywhere. laugh


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#108684 - 09/28/05 10:02 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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You can buy all of those beverages here. Why not support the local economy.

The Wine de Vine store in town have a huge selection of wines from all over the world - and well priced.

You can buy the Mexican liquor at most large grocery stores here.

I can't remember how much booze you can import duty free, but it is the same as the US. Maybe 2 quarts per family???

#108685 - 09/28/05 10:27 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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Originally posted by Amanda Syme:
You can buy all of those beverages here. Why not support the local economy.

The Wine de Vine store in town have a huge selection of wines from all over the world - and well priced.

You can buy the Mexican liquor at most large grocery stores here.

I can't remember how much booze you can import duty free, but it is the same as the US. Maybe 2 quarts per family???


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#108686 - 09/28/05 10:29 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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Originally posted by Amanda Syme:
[b] You can buy all of those beverages here. Why not support the local economy.

The Wine de Vine store in town have a huge selection of wines from all over the world - and well priced.

You can buy the Mexican liquor at most large grocery stores here.

Our wines is 1975 (30) years for our 30th. It's in our wine cooler. Remember it's our 30th. Yes, I'll support the local trade with the other - no biggie. I doubt they would have our favorite Cab's.If I manage to pass the certification, we can celebrate. I think I'm too old for this - there is a lot to learn - will my brain work overtime??

I can't remember how much booze you can import duty free, but it is the same as the US. Maybe 2 quarts per family???
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#108687 - 09/28/05 10:46 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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I bring wine in every time, mostly to share with friends who live on the island. I generally pack no more than 6 bottles (big bubble wrap, dish towels, oversize ziploc bag) and have never had a problem.

Wine De Vine does have a great selection but know that you'll pay quite a bit more for them due to taxes and the cost of importing. Last I looked, there weren't any California wines and I'm a big Zin drinker frown

Good luck and pack carefully!

#108688 - 09/28/05 11:27 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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Wine is expensive in Belize.

A $15 box of Almaden in CT was $50 last February. Plan accordingly.

Beer is great!

#108689 - 09/28/05 11:37 AM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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Here's my list of Rose wines and there's plenty more American Red's and White's available, prices range from $9US to $220US (for all American varieties):

Arbor Mist Strawberry White Zinfandel
Baron Philippe de Rothschild France Mouton Cadet Rose
Beringer White Zinfandel
Beringer White Zinfandel
Calvet Carte Rosť, V.D.T.
Calvet Rosť D'Anjou
Drouet Rose d'Anjou demi-sec
Drouet Rose de Loire BOX 3L
Glen Ellen White Zinfandel
Inglenook White Zinfandel
Inglenook White Zinfandel
Robert Mondavi Woodbridge White Zinfandel

#108690 - 09/28/05 12:56 PM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  

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If you're a serious wine drinker, bring your own. Prices are almost double what you'll pay in the states and selection of decent wine is limited. That said, Belikin is part of the Belize experience and the rum punch is excellent!

#108691 - 09/28/05 01:00 PM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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So what is the legal number of bottles each person can bring in??

#108692 - 09/28/05 02:13 PM Re: Bringing Wine into Belize  
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They keep telling me on those Customs forms and I keep forgetting.

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