Join Two Pillar Pinot Producers:
on a 12-night wine cruise through the Greek Isles
May 25 - June 6, 2013
Istanbul to Rome
onboard Oceania Cruises' newest ship, the RIVIERA
Staterooms start at $4,374 per person
including round trip air to Europe!*
Final days to book - Book by April 15th for
FREE gratuities A $324 - $444 savings per stateroom
& $500 per stateroom shipboard credit*
(Single occupancy staterooms receive $300 shipboard credit)
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Imagine drinking the world’s best Pinot Noirs while visiting the wonders of the Ancient world from the balcony-cabin of a new cruise ship designed specifically for the wine-and-food lover. Plus free airfare and a great price? Sounds incredible? It is!!
Join Regina Martinelli and her family from Russian River’s Martinelli Winery, and Jenny and Dick Dore of Foxen Winery of Santa Maria California, on their second “Two Pillars of Pinot Noir” wine-lovers cruise.
Last year’s Western Mediterranean cruise was a huge success and in 2013, the Two Pillars of Pinot cruise begins with an overnight in Istanbul, then a stop at Ephesus, the world’s most intact and largest Greek archeological site, visits to the fun and romantic Greek Islands of Rhodes, Santorini and Cephalonia, and ends up in the Italian ports of Taormina Sicily, Porto Servo Sardinia, Florence and Rome.
You will enjoy a private onboard wine program, and the fun of traveling with a like-minded convivial group on a deluxe, mid-sized ship. Everything is provided except for the need of a coat and tie. Your floating resort has mostly balcony cabins with luxurious appointments, six small, no extra-charge gourmet restaurants, a
24-person hands-on culinary classroom, artist loft, a large spa and gym, swimming pools, hot-tubs, lounges and nightly entertainment. And while in port, you can wander on your own, or join one of the private-to-the-group winery tours to such famous wineries as Ornellaia, a super Tuscan winery that received a Perfect 100-score from Wine Spectator, a winery located on a Greek island that boasts some of the most famous views in the world, and to small family owned winery on the slopes of Sicily's volcanic Mt. Etna.
It’s a dream-come-true for any traveling lover of Pinot Noir.