When we talk about air travel thoughts of lying down seat, fine wine, and different flavored cuisine comes in mind. People flying in business class flights basically desire for a revel trip. They expect to get some booze when exhausted due to the tedious long-haul journey.
So, wine is an important factor to consider for a joyful journey. Each airline has its own signature beverage of business and first class which they offer to passengers.
The airlines have a list of beverages which are served according to route and local choice. So, flying from USA to India will get you the drinks that are region specific.
According to latest reports, Qantas has won the gold medal for its first class cellar, white wine categories and business class wine list. It was announced as best airline to have the best on-board wine serving.
Mostly served wine and champagne on-board by Qantas are La Grande Dame, Winston Churchill, and Taittinger Comtes de Champagne.
Cathay Pacific has attained the top spot in serving best business class red wine category.
This is why it has come out with the changes in latest selection of wines. Depending on the Business class and first class; it provides various top categories of Allan Scott Family Winemakers, Pessac Leognan, Bordeaux, Chateau Montrose 2005 and many more. In addition to this, promotional wines will be offered throughout the year to premium passengers.
Qatar Airline is well known for the presentation of sparkling wine to the passengers. It provides a wide selection of high-quality wine, champagnes, liquors, and soft drinks onboard.
Most favorable which you can enjoy on the plane are Taittinger rosé champagne, a 2007 Château Monbousquet Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, and a 1974 Kopke tawny port from Portugal’s Douro Valley.
According to route the onboard wine list changes on the carrier of Emirates. They serve different categories of wines to bring the flavors in delicious meals.
The curated list of Emirates includes Château Margaux 2004, Château Mouton Rothschild 2004, Château La Mission Haut-Brion 2004, Château Cos d’Estournel 2005, Château Montrose 2005 and Château Léoville Las Cases 1998.
This list of wine consists of Old World and New World wine to cumulate the taste of food on-board.
The Vintage collection of Singapore Airlines is tasted by leading experts and masters of wine; categories are New World, Old World, red and white wine.
The wine is tested under pressure to give the passengers a great taste even when they take only a single sip.
You can expect to enjoy different varieties such as Taittinger Prelude Grands Crus Champagne, ripe and plummy 2012 Mr. Riggs “The Gaffer” Shiraz.
People who intent for being some boozy; will definitely get served with some wine or champagne. Airlines spend millions of dollar on their wine program to make passengers satisfied. There are crew members who serve in-flight-beverages to you in a nice manner so that you will love to have it.
There may be the airline who will charge you for that. But, there are some which can provide you that for free. So, next time you get a flight to India don’t miss to taste these ultimate wines and champagne.