NEWS: Create Your Own Wine aboard Holland America Line’s New ms Koningsdam

Porthole Cruise Magazine Reports: Create Your Own Wine aboard Holland America Line’s New ms Koningsdam

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I like this idea.... Wonder who will come up the idea for beer and scotch next......Big Smile

I believe I would enjoy this very much.

Great idea! We blend our own wine at home. When what remains in one bottle is not enough for a glass, we open a new bottle of whatever we have in the same general type and add it. Laugh, laugh!

OK, a funny story, we were at an upscale NY restaurant with our very "sophisticated" friends. When the server reported that there was no rose wine in the wine cellar, one friend asked for a glass of white wine and a glass of red. In front of the server, he poured one into the other and said to the server "voila rose wine." I'll bet the server never had that happen before. Of course we didn't go back to that restaurant for a while nor do we dine out with the friend in a nice restaurant either.

We are hoping to cruise on this new HAL ship next December. I like that it is music oriented and that it goes to one of the new private island port of Amber Cove in the Dominican Republic.

Wine mixing could be tasting is always fun Wink

I'll drink to that!

Yeah, I agree.

funny guy!

I'm a girl!

Funny girl................ wasn't that an old movie ? Musical I think.

Going back to JohnGold's reply, I could really get into a cruise that allows you to brew your own beer. (Of course, that would require a minimum 28 day cruiseSad, but then again, it would require a minimum 28 day cruiseLove)


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