The Queen Mary 2’s Remastered Cellar Offers the Finest Wines on Seas

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In addition to being the largest passenger liner in history, the recently remodeled Queen Mary 2 now boasts one of the finest wine cellars at sea. Featuring 450 of the most sought-after wine labels, the wine list aboard Cunard’s flagship vessel will impress even the most dedicated aficionados. An exciting addition includes single-glass servings of the prized Napa Cabernet with a cult following, Screaming Eagle ($4,500 per bottle), that has never been offered anywhere before. Australia’s most coveted wine, Penfolds Grange ($500 per bottle) and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s most noteworthy white wine, Le Montrachet ($4,250 per bottle), both made the list as well. A rare collection of 46 vintage port wines, each produced in a pivotal year of Cunard’s 176-year history, will also be on permanent display in the ship’s new Carinthia Lounge. (cunard.com

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