Wine and Dine Package

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by Erica, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. Erica

    Erica Mouseketeer

    May 23, 2000
    Hello all.

    I did not searching and I have not yet found a thread discussing this. I could of missed it, so please point me there if I did. :)

    I am wondering what your thoughts are on the new Disney "Wine and Dine" Package.
    "Wine and Dine
    Add a daily bottle of fine wine to the dining component of your package. For only $39.99 per room per night, you can choose from a variety of premium wines"

    The PDF brochure can be found here:

    What are the bottle prices these days? Do you think this is a good value if you are a wine drinker? Personally I feel that it would be a wash however I would love to hear your input.


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  3. CarolA

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    Aug 21, 1999
    Well you have hit the big issue.

    WHAT are they going to let you drink??? Until they do that it's pretty hard to say if this is a good deal!
  4. BCV23

    BCV23 <br><img src=" DIS Lifetime Sponsor

    Feb 11, 2002
    I agree. Does it include any bottle on the wine list?:confused3

    We always order wine with dinner yet I just can't see buying this plan without more detail.
  5. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Reserving the right to make jokes out of typos - b

    Jun 11, 2005
    Okay, I've got a wine list from Artist Point from last year. If the Wine Package allows you to get ANY bottle, that can be a great value (or not). AP's wines last September ran from $29 to $150. On a personal note, it wouldn't be worth my purchasing the plan, since my favorite wine at Disney costs less than $30 a bottle.
  6. hoosll

    hoosll DIS Veteran

    Aug 23, 2000
    Of course, at Artist Point it will cost you 2 wine credits!

    I just cannot see this being a viable option for anyone.

    One bottle of wine per night for 39.99 !!!
  7. BCV23

    BCV23 <br><img src=" DIS Lifetime Sponsor

    Feb 11, 2002
    Yes, that part gets me too. So if we would prefer a bottle that costs $70, will it hurt too much to order what we actually prefer rather than a bottle that matches our expense.

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