Possibly the biggest development in wine culture recently has been the choice of wine bottle closure. For centuries, cork was king but, in recent years, there has been growing support for using screw caps, or Stelvin closures, instead.
Wine & Dine
People around the world use the word “crayfish” to refer to a variety of small freshwater crustaceans, so it should come as no surprise that Anguilla’s waters carry a creature of the same name. Locals and tourists alike enjoy its succulent flavor, and crayfish can make a tasty lunch ($10) or a rare delicacy ($45), depending on the place.