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If you’re curious about the new Royal Caribbean wine package 2014, and on the subject of what is the cost of wine on Royal Caribbean cruises, this survey has the complete Royal Caribbean wine list with prices by the glass and by the bottle. Our review on the new wine package on Royal Caribbean will show you the RCL cruise lines wine selection and what is the wine package cost (prices for 5, 7, 10 & 12 bottles of wine, updated December 2013). Look at the list of closely related topics and integrated articles, all located in our “Alcohol Drinks Packages Menus” section.

Royal Caribbean wine policy

bringing wine on board - Royal Caribbean Wine PolicyThis is about the Royal Caribbean wine allowance in the carry on luggage policy. As of Nov 1, 2012, by the new RCI wine rules passengers are allowed to bring on board 2×750 ml bottles of wine/champagne per cabin at embarkation (bottles must retain their original manufacturer’s seals). If you bring more than 2 wine bottles, the additional wine will be secured by ship staff to be returned prior to disembarkation.

Your wine can be consumed without charge only in your cabin/also on the balcony – if you choose to drink it elsewhere on board, a $25 corkage fee will be applied. The only exception from the wine rule is if you’ve received it as an amenity via RCI (Gifts and Gear, GAP, etc) – then you can consume it at any of the public venues on board without charge (the list of venues includes main dining rooms, speciality restaurants, bars & lounges). Passengers are still not allowed to bring any other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on board Royal Caribbean ships.

Royal Caribbean wine packages - prices, how does it work, is it worth it

new Royal Caribbean Wine Packages

By pre-purchasing a wine package on Royal Caribbean (“Gold”, “Platinum”, “Diamond”, 5-7-10-12-bottles, online ordering, prior to sailing) you can save up to a quarter off regular wine list prices.

Officially named “Wine and Dine Package”, these special promotion offers are on wine that you can you will receive on board and which you’ll be able to enjoy at the following dining venues – the Main Dining Room (MDR), the Windjammer Cafe (WJ, casual buffet), specialty restaurants (SR). The answers to some FAQs:

  • How – you can order your wine packages at this RCI link by logging into your pre-cruise planner (for more info call the RCI’s phone number for technical assistance (800) 398-9819.
  • Where – you can get the wine from your package in the MDR/WJ/SR.
  • Can I – if you get a bottle of wine at dinner and don’t finish it, they will save it for you there or you can take the rest back to your cabin or any of the bars and lounges on the ship.
  • Depending on cruise destination/region, prices may be different, particularly in Europe where they might add an extra tax onto beverages.

NEW Royal Caribbean wine package 2014

As of March 2013, there’s a new “Wine and Dine” Package called “Premium Platinum Package” - its cost depends on the number of bottles [below prices are with the 15% gratuity added]:
  • 5 bottles US$165
  • 7 bottles US$220
  • 10 bottles US$300
  • 12 bottles US$335
  • (SPARKLING) “Caposaldo/Prosecco”, “Chateau Ste Michelle”
  • (WHITE) “Moscato/Castello del Poggio”, “Attems/Pinot Grigio”, “Kim Crawford”, “Caliterra”, “Penfolds/Koonunga Hill”, “Glen Carlou”, “Aussieres Blanc/Rothschild”, “Mer Soleil/Santa Lucia”, “Zinfandel/Beringer”
  • (RED) “Spy Valley”, “Charles Krug/Merlot”, “Arboleda/Carmenere”, “Torres/Ribera del Duero/Celeste”, “Trumpeter/Rutini”, “Weighbridge/Shiraz”, “Frescobaldi/Castello di Nipozzano/Riserva”, “Penley Estate/Phoenix”, “Mondavi/Cabernet” (not Solaire), and “Aussieres Rouge/Rothschild”.
  • The old “Gold Wine Package”:
  • (SPARKLING) “Chateau Ste Michelle”, Washington
  • (WHITE) Pinot Grigio (“Danzante”), Sauvignon Blanc (“Caliterra”), Chardonnay (“Aussieres Blanc by Barons de Rothschild” & “Castle Rock”), “Zinfandel/Beringer”
  • (RED)  “Caliterra”, “Trumpeter” (Malbec), “Castle Rock”, “Aussieres Rouge /Rothschild”, “Weighbridge” (Peter Lehmann, AU).
  • The old “Platinum Wine Package”:
  • (SPARKLING) “Chateau Ste Michelle, WA
  • (WHITE) “Chateau Ste Michelle” (Riesling), “Danzante”, “Caliterra”, “Dashwood” (NZ), “Aussieres Blanc” (Rothschild), “Castle Rock”, “Kendall-Jackson, “Vintner’s Reserve”, “Solaire” (Robert Mondavi), “Beringer”
  • (RED) “estancia/Pinnacles Ranches”, “Caliterra”, “Trumpeter”, “Castle Rock”, “Kendall-Jackson/Vintner’s Rsrv”, “Aussieres Rouge” (Rothschild), “Weighbridge”, “Ravenswood” (Old).
  • The old “Diamond Wine Package”:
  • (SPARKLING) “Rosa Regale” (Banfi), “Chateau Ste Michelle”
  • (WHITE) “Chateau Ste Michelle”, “Danzante”, “Caliterra”, “Ferrari-Carano” (Fume Blanc), “Dashwood”, “Aussieres Blanc” (Rothschild), “Castle Rock”, “Kendall-Jackson” (VR), “Solaire (Mondavi), “Conundrum”, “Beringer”
  • (RED) “Estancia/Pinnacles Ranches”, “Spy Valley” (NZ), “Charles Krug”, “Caliterra”, “Trumpeter”, “Arboleda Colchagua” (Carmerere), “Castle Rock”, “Kendall-Jackson” (VR), “Aussieres Rouge/Rothschild”, “Weighbridge”, “Cline”, “Ravenswood” (Old).

Royal Caribbean wine list – prices 2013

the RCI Wine List price per glass price per bottle
WHITE WINES
Pinot Grigio

  1. Danzante, Venezie, Italy
  2. Willamette Valley Vineyards, Willamette Valley, Oregon
  3. MacMurray Ranch, Sonoma Coast, California
  4. Bottega Vinata, Trantino, Italy
  5. Santa Margherita, Valdadige, Italy
  6. Sartori, Venezie, “Villamura”, Italy
  1. $10
  1. $38
  2. $48
  3. $45
  4. $51
  5. $52
  6. $33
Sauvignon Blanc

  1. Bottega Vinaia, Trentino, Italy
  2. Kim Crawford, Marlborough, New Zealand
  3. Chalk Hill, Sonoma, California
  4. Caliterra, Central Valley, Chile
  5. Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Bordeaux, France
  6. Montgras, Central Valley, Chile
  7. Allan Scott, Marlborough, New Zealand
  8. Honig, Napa, California
  9. Clos du Bois, North Coast, California
  10. Ferrari-Carano, Fume Blanc, Sonoma, California
  11. Domaine Denis Gaudry, Pouilly-Fume, Loire, France
  12. Simonsig, Stellenbosch, South Africa
  13. Michel Redde, Sancerre, “Les Tuilieres”, France
  14. Dashwood, Marlborough, New Zealand
  15. Spy Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand
  16. Chateau Carbonnieux, Pessac-Leognan, France
  1. $11
  2. $9
  3. $16
  4. -
  5. -
  6. -
  7. -
  8. -
  9. -
  10. $13
  11. -
  12. -
  13. -
  14. $9
  15. $11
  1. $44
  2. $39
  3. $71
  4. $33
  5. $45
  6. $40
  7. $40
  8. $48
  9. $45
  10. $52
  11. $56
  12. $40
  13. $54
  14. $37
  15. $45
  16. $98
Chardonnay

  1. Devil’s Lair, Margaret River, Australia
  2. Domaine Williams fevre, Chablis Premier Cru Montmains, Burgundy, France
  3. Mer Soleil, Santa lucia Highlands, California
  4. Rombaeur, Carneros, California
  5. La Terre, California
  6. Aussieres Blanc by Barons de Rothscild-Lafite, Languedoc, France
  7. Penfolds, “Koonunga hill”, Australia
  8. Bonterra, Mendocino, Organically Grown Grapes, California
  9. Louis Latour, Pouilly-Fuisse, France
  10. Castle Rock, Central Coast, California
  11. Clos du Bois, North Coast, California
  12. Petaluma Winery, Adelaide Hills, Australia
  13. Kendall-Jackson, “Vintner’s Reserve”, California
  14. Solaire by Robert Mondavi, California
  15. Ruffino, Toscana, “La Solatia”, Italy
  16. Caliterra, “Tributo”, Casablanca, Chile
  17. Glen Carlou, Paarl, South Africa
  18. Pierre Matrot, Meursault, Burgundy, France
  19. Cabreo, Toscana, “La Pietra”, Italy
  20. Buena Vista, Carneros, California
  21. La Crema, Russian River, California
  22. Louis Jadot, Meursault, France
  23. Jordan, Russian river, California
  24. Ferrari-Carano, Alexander, California
  25. Hess, “Su’skol Vineyard”, Napa, California
  26. Vincent and Sophie Morey, Chassagne-Montrachet, “Les embrazees”, Burgundy, France
  27. Cakebread Cellars, Napa, California
  1. $13
  2. $17
  3. $15
  4. $17
  5. $7
  6. $10
  7. -
  8. -
  9. -
  10. -
  11. -
  12. -
  13. $11
  14. $8
  15. -
  16. $9
  17. -
  18. $19
  1. $53
  2. $77
  3. $68
  4. $77
  5. $26
  6. $40
  7. $40
  8. $40
  9. $56
  10. $31
  11. $45
  12. $67
  13. $45
  14. $33
  15. $56
  16. $37
  17. $52
  18. $77
  19. $68
  20. $52
  21. $68
  22. $86
  23. $79
  24. $71
  25. $48
  26. $108
  27. $79
Riesling

  1. Chateau Ste. Mishelle, Columbia Valley, Washington
  2. SA Prum, Spatlese, “Craacher Himmelreich”, Mosel, Germany
  3. SA Prum, Kabinett, “Prum Blue”, Mosel, Germany
  4. Selbach-Oster, Spatlese, Mosel, Germany
  5. Yalumba, “The Y Series”, Australia
  1. $8
  1. $33
  2. $71
  3. $52
  4. $56
  5. $40
Adventurous Whites

  1. Conundrum, California
  2. Paco & Lola, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain
  3. Lucien Albrecht, Pinot Blanc, Alsace, France
  4. Sokol Blosser, “evolution”, Oregon
  5. Cline, Viognier, California
  6. Zolo, Torrontes, Mendoza, Argentina
  7. Remy Pannier, Vouvray, France
  8. Fairview, Chenin Blanc, Darling, South Africa
  9. Vigne Regali, Gavi, “Principessa Gavia”, Italy
  10. Treana, Viognier/Marsanne, “Mer Soleil Vineyard”, Central Coast, California
  11. D’Arenberg, “The Stump Jump White”, Adelaide, Australia
  12. Feudi di San Gregorio, Falanghina, Sannio, Italy
  13. Feudi di San Gregorio, Greco di Tufo, Italy
  14. Machherndl, Gruner Veltliner, Federspiel Trocken, “Kollmutz”, Wachau, Austria
  15. Planeta, Bianco, Sicilia, “La Segreta”, Italy
  16. Chateau la Nerthe, Blanc, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, France
  1. $14
  2. $13
  3. -
  4. $11
  1. $56
  2. $52
  3. $33
  4. $45
  5. $41
  6. $33
  7. $45
  8. $40
  9. $45
  10. $66
  11. $40
  12. $54
  13. $60
  14. $48
  15. $45
  16. $91
Sparkling White Wines & Champagne

  1. Caposaldo, Prosecco, Brut, Veneto, Italy
  2. Codorniu, Brut, Cava, Clasico, Reserva, Spain
  3. Domaine Chandon, Brut, California
  4. Korbel, Brut, California
  5. Martini Rossi, Asti Spumante, Italy
  6. Moet Chandon, Brut, Champagne, Imperial, France
  7. Perrier-Jouet, Brut, Champagne, “Fleur de Champagne Belle epoque”, France
  8. Rosa Regale, Castello Banfi, Brachetto d’Acqui, Italy
  9. Taittinger, Blanc de Blancs, Brut, Champagne, “Comtes de Champagne”, France
  10. Veuve Clicquot, Brut, Champagne, “Yellow Label”, France
  1. -
  2. -
  3. $12
  1. $40
  2. $37
  3. $49
  4. $33
  5. $33
  6. $79
  7. $167
  8. $45
  9. $190
  10. $89
Dessert Wines

  1. Pelee Island Winery, Riesling, late Harvest, Ontario, Canada/375 ml
  2. errazuriz, Sauvignon Blanc, Late Harvest, Casablanca Valley, Chile/375 ml
-
  1. $25
  2. $29
ROSE/BLUSH WINES

  1. Beringer, White Zinfandel, California
  2. Bodegas Julian Chivite, Rosado, Navarra, Gran Feudo, Spain
  3. Chateau Ste Michelle, Dry Rose, “Nellie’s Garden”, Columbia Valley, Washington
  4. Mas de la Dame, Rose, Les Baux de Provence, France
  5. Belle Glos, Pinot Noir Blanc, Rose, “Oeil de Perdrix”, Yorkville Highlands, California
  6. Belle Glos, “Las Alturas”, Santa Lucia Highlands, California
  1. $8
  2. $8
  3. -
  4. -
  5. -
  6. $20
  1. $31
  2. $33
  3. $33
  4. $40
  5. $62
  6. $79
RED WINES
Bordeaux

  1. Chateau Coufran, Merlot, Haut-Medoc, France
  2. Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Medoc, France
  3. Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Pauillac, France
  4. Chateau Batailley, Pauillac, France
  5. Chateau Cantemerle, Haut-Medoc, France
  6. Chateau Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac, France ’01
  7. Chateau Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac, France ’02
  1. $17
  1. $75
  2. $54
  3. $77
  4. $114
  5. $83
  6. $546
  7. $403
Cabernet Sauvignon

  1. Caymus, Napa, California
  2. La terre, California
  3. Castle Rock, Paso Robles, California
  4. Clos du Bois, North coast, California
  5. Bonterra, Mendochino, Organically Grown Grapes, California
  6. Kendall-Jackson, “Vintner’s Reserve”, California
  7. Penley estate, “Phoenix”, Coonawarra, Australia
  8. Penfolds, “Thomas Hyland”, South Australia
  9. Solaire by Robert Mondavi, Central Coast, California
  10. Aussieres Rouge by Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Languedoc, France
  11. Caliterra, “Tributo”, Colhcagua, Chile
  12. Hess Collection, Mt.veeder, California
  13. Robert Mondavi Winery, Napa, California
  14. Sequoia Grove, Napa, California
  15. Sena, Aconcagua, Chile
  16. Robert Mondavi Winery, Napa, California
  17. Caymus, “Special Selection”, Napa, California
  18. Beringer, “Private Reserve”, Napa, California
  19. Penfolds, “Bin 707″, South Australia
  1. $24
  2. $7
  3. -
  4. -
  5. -
  6. -
  7. -
  8. $13
  9. $8
  10. $10
  1. $106
  2. $26
  3. $31
  4. $45
  5. $40
  6. $45
  7. $52
  8. $52
  9. $33
  10. $40
  11. $40
  12. $48
  13. $67
  14. $71
  15. $109
  16. $138
  17. $163
  18. $132
  19. $229
Pinot Noir

  1. Spy Valley, Malborough, New Zealand
  2. Belle Glos, Las Alturas, Santa Lucia Highlands, California
  3. Vina Cono Sur, Vision, Colchagua Valley, Chile
  4. Castle Rock, Monterey, California
  5. estancia, “Pinnacles Ranches”, Monterey, California
  6. Steps, Yarra Valley, Australia
  7. Domaine Drouhin, Willamette Valley, Oregon
  8. Henri Gouges, Nuits-St.-Georges, Burgundy, France
  9. Vincent Girardin, Gevrey-Chambertin, Burgundy, France
  10. La Crema, Russian River, California
  11. Michel Picard, Charmes-Chambertin, Grand Cru, Burgundy, France
  1. $14
  2. $17
  3. -
  4. -
  5. $11
  1. $61
  2. $69
  3. $40
  4. $41
  5. $45
  6. $66
  7. $91
  8. $108
  9. $102
  10. $68
  11. $183
Merlot

  1. Arrowood, Sonoma, California
  2. Duckhorn, Napa, California
  3. La terre, California
  4. Blackstone, California
  5. Wolf Blass, “Yellow Label”, South Australia
  6. Clos du Bois, Sonoma, California
  7. MontGras, Colchagua, Chile
  8. Charles Krug, Napa, California
  9. Caliterra, Rapel, Chile
  10. Rubicon estate, Napa, California
  11. Northstar, Walla Walla, Washington
  12. Barons de Rothschild-Lafite, Bordeaux, France
  13. Chateau Ste.Mishelle, “Indian Wells Vineyard”, Columbia valley, Washington
  14. Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Toscana, “Masseto”, Italy
  15. Beringer, “Single Vineyard Bancroft Ranch Vineyard”, Napa, California
  1. $19
  2. $20
  3. $7
  4. -
  5. -
  6. $11
  7. -
  8. -
  9. $8
  1. $79
  2. $86
  3. $26
  4. $48
  5. $40
  6. $45
  7. $40
  8. $56
  9. $32
  10. $83
  11. $98
  12. $40
  13. $54
  14. $615
  15. $128
RosadoBodegas Julian Chivite, Navarra, Spain $17 $29
Meritage

  1. Spring Valley, “Uriah”, Walla Walla, Washington
  2. Graggi Range, Merytaje, “Te Kahu Gimblett Gravels Vineyard”, Hawkes Bay, New zealand
  3. Marchesi di Frescobaldi, Toscana, Mormoreto, Italy
  4. Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Bolghery, “Ornellaia”, Superiore, Italy
  5. Opus One, Napa, California
  6. Legasy, Alexander Valley, California
-
  1. $98
  2. $56
  3. $102
  4. $276
  5. $328
  6. $102
Syrah/Shiraz

  1. Rosemount estate, “Diamond Label”, Australia
  2. Peter Lehmann, “Weighbridge”, South Australia
  3. Bridlewood, Central Coast, California
  4. Greg Norman estates, Limestone Coast, Australia
  5. L’ecole n-41, “Seven Hills Vineyard”, Walla Walla, Washington
  6. Stark-Conde, Stellenbosch, South Africa
  7. Penfolds, “St.Henry”, South Australia
  8. Columbia Crest, “Reserve”, Horse Heaven Hills, Washington
  1. $10
  1. $40
  2. $33
  3. $40
  4. $48
  5. $77
  6. $61
  7. $114
  8. $61
Zinfandel

  1. Cline, California $8/$33
  2. Ravenswood, “Old Vine”, Sonoma, California $40
  3. XYZin, “10 Year Old Vines”, California $12/$48
  1. $8
  2. -
  3. $12
  1. $33
  2. $40
  3. $48
Port Wines

  1. Graham’s, Porto, “Six Grapes”, Douro, Portugal
  2. Sandeman, Ruby Port, Porto, “Original Rich”, Douro, Portugal
  3. Dow’s, Vintage Port, Porto, Douro, Portugal
  1. $7
  2. $7
  3. $17
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Adventurous Reds

  1. La Vite, Toscana, Lucente, Italy
  2. Marchesi di Frescobaldi, Chianti Rufina, Italy
  3. Two Hands, Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon, “The Bull and the Bear”, Barossa, Australia
  4. Bodegas Borsao, Campo de Borja, Spain
  5. Mandrarossa, Nero D’Avola, Sicilia, Italy
  6. Secco-Bertani, Valpolicella-Valpantena, Italy
  7. Condesa de Leganza, Tempranillo, La mancha, “Condesa”, Crianza, Spain
  8. Michele Chiarlo, Barbera D’Asti, “Le Orme”, Superiore, Italy
  9. Ca Marcanda, Toscana, “Promis”, Italy
  10. Familia Rutini, Malbec, “Trumpeter”, Mendoza, Argentina
  11. Arboleda, Carmenere, Colchagua, Chile
  12. Feudi di San Gregorio, Primitivo di Manduria, “Ognissole”, Italy
  13. Familia Rutini, Malbec, “Felipe Rutini”, Mendoza, Argentina
  14. Bodegas Sierra Cantabria, Rioja, Crianza, Spain
  15. Abadia Retuerta, Sardon de duero, “Cuvee el Palomar”, Spain
  16. Bertani, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, italy
  17. Jean-Luc Colombo, Chateauneuf du Pape, “Les Bartavelles”, France
  18. Torres, Ribera del Duero, “Celeste”, Crianza, Spain
  19. Concha y Toro, Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah, “Casillero del Diablo Privada”, Maipo, Chile
  20. Perrin & Fils, Gigondas, “Vieilles Vignes”, Rhone, France
  21. Pio Cesare, Barolo, Italy
  22. errazuriz, “Don Maximiano Founder’s Reserve”, Aconcagua, Chile
  23. Luce della Vite, Sangiovese/Merlot, Toscana, Italy
  1. $17
  2. $17
  3. $22
  1. $71
  2. $66
  3. $91
  4. $33
  5. $33
  6. $56
  7. $32
  8. $45
  9. $91
  10. $40
  11. $44
  12. $48
  13. $48
  14. $52
  15. $91
  16. $172
  17. $91
  18. $45
  19. $45
  20. $66
  21. $114
  22. $114
  23. $138
CHAMPAGNE
  1. DOMAINE CHANDON
  2. MOET & CHANDON
  3. VEUVE CLICQUOT
  4. PERRIER-JOUET
  5. DOM PERIGNON
  1. $10
  2. $17
  3. $19
  1. $43
  2. $69
  3. $77
  4. $145
  5. $217
KOSHER WINESBaron Herzog (Chardonnay & Merlot), Kosher, California - $41
ALCOHOL-FREE WINESFre by Sutter Home (Sparkling, Chardonnay, “Premium Red”), California - $26

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