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'Cruise the Vineyards' Wine Packages Program

Published 03/12/2015 02:03 AM   |    Updated 05/02/2022 08:02 PM

Enjoy great discounts on wine packages when you purchase wines offered through our exclusive 'Cruise the Vineyards' wine program. Wines from around the world are featured in three packages to satisfy both the wine novice and the more adventurous wine consumer. 'Cruise the Vineyards' wine packages allow you to enjoy your favorite wine at a discounted price or to explore new wines from the wide assortment of wines offered in these packages. 

Cruise the Vineyards' can be purchased on board our ships (ask your dining room waiter) or by calling The Fun Shops department at 800-522-7648, 9:00am-9:00pm ET. Cruise the Vineyards is not offered online.

  • Packages feature wines from Italy, California, Washington, Oregon, Chile, Argentina, Germany, France, Spain, Australia and New Zealand,  
  • You may drink the wine in the dining room only.
  • Unconsumed wine will not be refunded but you may take home unopened bottles.

 

Wine Package
3 Wines for $77.00 | 5 Wines for $119.00
Sparkling, Wycliff, ‘Brut’, California
Pinot Grigio, Mezzacorona, Delle Venezie, Italy
Pinot Grigio, GIFFT, Monterey County, California
Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Helena, Central Valley, Chile
Chardonnay, Santa Helena, Central Valley, Chile
Chenin Blanc, Baron Herzog, California
Riesling, Leonard Kreusch, Germany
Rosé, GIFFT, Monterey County, California
White Zinfandel, Canyon Road, California
Merlot, Santa Helena, Central Valley, Chile
Cabernet Sauvignon, Santa Helena, Central Valley, Chile
 
Premium WIne Package
3 Wines for $108.00 | 5 Wines for $168.00
Sparkling, Domaine Ste. Michelle, ‘Brut’, Columbia Valley, Washington
Sparkling Rosé, Domaine Ste. Michelle, ‘Brut Rosé’, Columbia Valley, Washington
Pinot Grigio, Ecco Domani, Delle Venezie, Italy
Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita, Alto Adige, Delle Venezie, Italy
Pinot Gris, J Vineyards, California
Sauvignon Blanc, McBride Sisters, Marlborough, New Zealand
Sauvignon Blanc, Kendall Jackson, ‘Vintner’s Reserve’, California
Sauvignon Blanc, Spy Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand
Chardonnay, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Valley, Washington
Chardonnay, Kendall Jackson, ‘Vintner’s Reserve’, California
Chardonnay, McBride Sisters, Central Coast, California
Chardonnay, Cave de Lugny, Macon-Lugny, ‘Les Charmes’, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay, La Crema, Monterey County, California
Moscato, Stemmari, Terre Siciliane, Italy
Viognier, Maison Les Alexandrins, France
Riesling, Albrecht, ‘Tradition’, Alsace, France
Rosé, Gerard Bertrand, ‘Côte des Roses’, Languedoc, France
Pinot Noir, Ryder Estate, Central Coast, California
Pinot Noir, Kendall Jackson, ‘Vintner’s Reserve’, California
Pinot Noir, Sokol Blosser, ‘Evolution’, Willamette Valley, Oregon
Zinfandel, Cline, Lodi, California
Merlot, Columbia Crest, Columbia Valley, Washington
Merlot, Kendall Jackson, ‘Vintner’s Reserve’, Sonoma County, California
Cabernet Sauvignon, Murphy Goode, California
Cabernet Sauvignon, Hess Select, North Coast, California
Cabernet Sauvignon, J. Lohr, ‘Seven Oaks’, Paso Robles, California
Côtes du Rhône, Maison Castel, Rhône Valley, France
Tempranillo/Garnacha, Martin Codax, ‘Ergo’, Rioja, Spain
Chianti Classico Riserva, D’Aquino, Tuscany, Italy
Shiraz, Peter Lehmann, ‘Portrait’, Barossa Valley, Australia
Shiraz, Grant Burge, ‘5th Generation’, Barossa Valley, Australia
Malbec, Catena, Mendoza, Argentina

 

 

 

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