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Published on : Friday, February 17, 2017
The updated “Rivers of Wine” itinerary adds a day of wine tasting in the Willamette Valley, an area with more than 500 wineries and known for world-class Pinot Noir. A visit to the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center has also been added.
With seven departures scheduled between April and October, oenophiles visit wineries and vineyards in five leading Washington and Oregon wine regions—Walla Walla, the Columbia Gorge, Red Mountain, Columbia Valley and the Willamette Valley. A sommelier and local wine expert sail aboard the ship for a week of special wine tastings, pairings, and presentations.
“The Pacific Northwest is one of the country’s best wine regions and combines award-winning wineries with a gorgeous natural setting,” said Captain Dan Blanchard, CEO. “There’s no better way to experience this area than by cruising down the river with a wine expert on board.”
In addition to winery visits and tastings, guests are treated to an exclusive lunch at Terra Blanca Winery and Estate Vineyard and private wine production and cave tours at Archer Vineyard and Maryhill Winery. Along the seven-night journey, guests also have the opportunity to take in the region’s natural beauty with visits to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Multnomah Falls, and Palouse Falls canyon.
The S.S. Legacy, a replica coastal steamer, emulates the steam ships found along the rivers in the early 1900s. Travelers enjoy the ambiance of an elegant coastal steamer with modern conveniences. Public spaces include an elegant Klondike Dining Room, Grand Salon with dance floor, wine bar and rollicking Pesky Barnacle Saloon. An elevator connects three decks. Wellness amenities include two hot tubs, a massage, fitness equipment and yoga on deck.
Source:- Un Cruise Adventure