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Old 03-20-2013, 12:01 AM   #46
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If you think over the course of the cruise that you will finish a bottle, then order a bottle and it will "follow" you to dinner each night. You could always bring one onboard to enjoy in your room. I'm not sure if they will let you take the bottle from dinner back to your room. Never thought of it.
If you wish you can take the bottle from dinner back to your room or it will "follow" you to the next meal. I did that on my last cruise as I like to sit on the veranda after the excursions, before dinner and relax with a glass of wine.
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Am I right in assuming that there is no difference in the prices of the wine packages regardless of whether I purchase in advance or purchase upon embarkation?
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Incidentally, should you ever make your way to Sonoma Valley, it's worth the trek to this vineyard. Lovely setting and really down-to-earth friendly people. They make you feel like you are visiting their family farm (which you are, actually!).
We've been to Sonoma only once and honestly we weren't overly impressed which I believe was our own fault. We plan to try again and Iron Horse is definitely on our list. Thanks for the recommendation.

There is a great winery in Petaluma (Back towards SF) that we stumbled upon and love. It is called Kastania. If you ever get a chance try it out. The proprietor's name is Hoot and his wife is Linda. I LOVE all their wines. Honestly, I have never had a wine there that I didn't like.

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We've been to Sonoma only once and honestly we weren't overly impressed which I believe was our own fault. We plan to try again and Iron Horse is definitely on our list. Thanks for the recommendation.

There is a great winery in Petaluma (Back towards SF) that we stumbled upon and love. It is called Kastania. If you ever get a chance try it out. The proprietor's name is Hoot and his wife is Linda. I LOVE all their wines. Honestly, I have never had a wine there that I didn't like.

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I will have to check that one out on our way up next time. Thanks for the recommendation!
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