AmaWaterways popular In Celebration of Wine river cruises are for intrepid oenophiles keen to immerse themselves in the culture and traditions of Europe’s top wine producing regions. Set sail this November for one of six cruises on the Rhine or the Danube Rivers featuring wine tastings, tours of vineyards and wineries, wine and food pairings, and onboard lectures from distinguished wine authorities. Delight in magnificent wines as you fix your eyes upon astounding and ever-shifting landscape. Love wine? These are the ideal river cruises for you!
GREAT CAPITALS & VINTAGES OF THE DANUBE
7-night cruise from Budapest to Vilshofen aboard the AmaBella
U.S. Departure Date: November 8, 2013
Starting from $2,149 per person
Optional 3 nights in Prague for $690 per person
Wine Hosts: Bob & Jodi Dickinson of Camillus House, Miami, FL
Bob and Jodi Dickinson are passionate fundraisers for Camillus House, a Florida nonprofit. A former cruise industry executive, Bob is a wine enthusiast and collector and a member of many prestigious food and wine societies.
Discover the majestic Canadian Rockies by luxury rail. Western Canada’s award winning Rocky Mountaineer train travels by daylight only, allowing guests to enjoy the breathtaking scenery while experiencing impeccable service, dining on delicious cuisine and making new friends from around the world.
Executive Chefs Jean Pierre Guerin and Frédéric Couton have created a cookbook that exemplifies the Rocky Mountaineer culinary experience. Eat Play Love: Regionally Inspired Cuisine by Rocky Mountaineer is a collection of recipes that celebrate the unique character of Western Canada.
The inspiration for this book is easily found outside the windows of the train, as guests travel through nature’s wonderland of breathtaking scenery. Many of the 37 regionally inspired dishes are served in the GoldLeaf Service dining room onboard. Each recipe is easy to prepare and all the ingredients can be substituted with locally sourced products.