Oceania Cruises introduces rare wine collection

Oceania Cruises introduces rare wine collection

The new wines will be sourced from Italy, France, the United States and South America.

Oceania Cruises has introduced a rare wine collection across its entire fleet, boosting its credentials as having the “finest cuisine at sea”.

The new wines will be sourced from Italy, France, the United States and South America.

Highlights from the new collection include rare wine varieties like the classic Moët & Chandon Cuvée Dom Pérignon, Epernay, France, Château Mouton Rothschild, 1er Cru Classe, Pauillac, France, the Ornellaia “Super Tuscan”, Bolgheri Superiore, Tuscany, Italy, the hard to source Mascot, Napa Valley, California and the Vina Errazuriz Kai Carmenère, Aconcagua Valley, Chile.

“As we continue to expand our rare wine programme and world-class onboard experiences, we are privileged to rely on the expert knowledge of our top culinary team who are actively collaborating and seeking out new products in the global food and beverage scene,” said Frank A. Del Rio, President of Oceania Cruises. “We look forward to hearing the stories of our guests’ memorable moments and shared celebrations while enjoying the new collection.

“We’re excited to launch Oceania Cruises’ new wine collection featuring the highest quality, hand-picked rare wine labels that reflect the global philosophy of the company,” said Daniela Oancea, Corporate Beverage Manager of Oceania Cruises. “We are lucky to have built close relationships with the world’s most exclusive producers who have dedicated their lives to the art of winemaking and are continuously tasting and discovering new varieties to keep up with modern trends.”

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