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Food & Wine Trails is extremely excited to welcome back AldenAlli and Red Stitch as your wine hosts for their 2nd Wine Cruise. Together these powerhouses will join forces for a 12-day epicurean and wine adventure through the Mediterranean, including Portugal, Spain, France, Monaco, Croatia and Italy, with an onboard overnight in Venice.
After a very successful South Pacific cruise in January of 2020, Dan Kosta of AldenAlli winery with Rich Aurilia (former SF Giants Hall of Famer) and his wife Amy are also hosting the Oceania Marina cruise with their winery – Red Stitch. Dan and Rich are not only great friends, but are also devoted wine enthusiasts.
As you can imagine, traveling with Dan Kosta and Rich Aurilia is a wine/food/sports lover’s dream come true! Food & Wine Trails has put together a robust program that lives up to the talents and passions of these two gentlemen. Our optional 2-night pre-cruise program has been curated exclusively for guests of AldenAlli & Red Stitch and explores Lisbon and the nearby Portuguese DOC winemaking district of Alenquer. In addition, two optional wine-themed shore tours are planned during the cruise, where we will take you off the beaten path and to some of the most sought after wineries and vineyards for private tours, tastings and wine-paired lunches.
While onboard the beautiful Marina, join your hosts for private events including a welcome reception, seminars & tastings and a winemaker’s dinner featuring hand-selected vintages from AldenAlli and Red Stitch.
To learn more about this trip and how you can be a part of it, see Food & Wine Trails or give them a call at (800) 367-5348.