As leaders in the revitalization of West Hill Street we have transformed the Sisters of Charity convent, its chapel and the former Mountbatten home into an area where visitors are able to explore the culture and history of The Bahamas.
Bahama Barrels is the first winery in the Bahamas, housed in a charming 1937 church built by the Sisters of Charity. Although the Bahamas is not a wine producer, Bahama Barrels bottles wines blended from grapes from several countries making it a truly unique Bahamian experience.
At Bahama Barrels, guests can taste wines from across the globe, learn the entire grape-growing season and wine-making process. Bahama Barrels is open is open daily from 9am to 5pm (except Christmas Day).
Wine Blending Class at Bahama Barrels
Learn to blend your own wine at one of the most unique experiences in the Bahamas. Come visit the oldest Church in the Bahamas to taste wines from across the globe, learn the entire grape-growing season and winemaking process. Guided by a California winemaker with nearly 20 years of experience, learn the nuances of wine tannins, acidity, balance and finish. Continue your experience by blending your very own bottle of wine to memorialize your visit to Bahama Barrels at Graycliff.