Private Label Wine & Spirits on the Fantasy
Disney Vacation Guide to Wine & Spirit selection aboard the Fantasy
The Fantasy’s private label champagne debuted during its star-studded christening in New York, but that’s not the only exclusive wine and spirit you’ll get on board Disney’s newest cruise ship. From private label wine and craft beer to rare vintages and unique cocktails, there are many wine and spirits to sample aboard the new ship. “We’ve got lots of new tastes on the Disney Fantasy for our guests to savor,” said Salah Chetbi, manager for Disney Cruise Line Beverage Standards & Consistency.
Private Label Champagne
The Taittinger private label champagne was first tasted at the Fantasy’s christening in New York, and will be served in many of the fine restaurants aboard the Fantasy. A second special label was created for the Fantasy by Tattinger – a sparkling Nocturne – served in the Ooh La La cocktail bar (with the added Disney touch of Jessica Rabbit on the label, for fans of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”). Guests may purchase both of these limited-edition bottles to take home, exclusively on the Disney Fantasy.
Exclusive Prosecco and Barolo
You’ll have to dine at Palo if you want to try the bubbling prosecco or breathe in the distinctive aroma of the Barolo both bottled only for the Italian restaurant. Palo also has more than 90 Italian wines on its list, from Super Tuscan to Italian Riesling. Try their signature cocktail, Balsamic Grande, a refreshing blend of vodka, strawberries and five-year-old balsamic vinegar, or sample grappa after dinner (straight from a jeroboam bottle).
Private Label Craft Beer
When you step into Europa on Disney’s Fantasy, even the cozy neighborhood Irish pub has unique brews. At O’Gills, among the varied shots of Irish whiskeys to pints of Guinness, you can also sample some exclusive brews: a red lager draft or a private label vintage Irish whisky and Irish Cream. There’s also a tasting flight if you can’t decide!
Do you like to sample private label drinks when you travel or do you go for your tried-and-true favorites?