Throughout its fleet of 15 cruise ships, all of Princess Cruises‘ main dining rooms once again received Wine Spectator’s 2023 Award of Excellence.
The wine lists of Princess ships were renowned for pairing well with their menus.
Having Wine Spectator’s highly regarded recognition once again reaffirms Princess Cruises’ commitment to curating a collection of wine that encompasses notable, exceptional, and familiar varietals to explore,” Sami Kohen, Princess Cruises vice president of food and beverage, said.
Wines from many of the destinations we visit complement our guests’ passion for travel and our extensive wine list reflects that.”
There are more than 250 labels on Princess Cruises’ wine list, representing every major wine-growing region in the world, so guests can sample the best. In addition to wines from New Zealand, Argentina, Italy and China, the wine menu is available across the fleet.
Besides biodynamic and organic wines, the cruise line also offers vegan and sustainable wines and celebrates women winemakers.
There are three levels of awards with Wine Spectator: Award of Excellence, Best of Award of Excellence, and Grand Award.
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