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Bringing wine into Nicaragua

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Bringing wine into Nicaragua

We wanted to bring a case of wine into Nicaragua. I researched and one site says 4 bottles (equivalent) per person and another site says 6 per person. Does anybody have experience in taking wine or liquor into Nicaragua ?

Thanks!!

Cincinnati, OH
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1. Re: Bringing wine into Nicaragua

I don't know but that seems like a lot of hassle. Wine can be found in Nicaragua, it's just expensive. Just drink the rum--it's awesome.

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2. Re: Bringing wine into Nicaragua

i had some guests that stayed here and brought in wine from the states with no problem. They only brought i think 4 bottles though between the 2 of them.

i dont think wine is all that expensive here. There are tons of 6-8 dollar bottles in the stores here.

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3. Re: Bringing wine into Nicaragua

I guess it depends on your definition of "expensive." I've seen $8 bottles of wine but for the quality it is (versus at home) I'd much rather have a bottle of Gran Reserva. Maybe it's better in Managua, I've never wine shopped there.

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