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RCI Wine List Oct 2011

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    RCI Wine List Oct 2011

    Prices are shown in US Dollars before adding any Service Charge and/or Spanish VAT

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    RCI WINE LIST OCT
    Pete




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    #2
    Thanks for that. Approx how much would a G&T be?

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      #3
      Is that $475 for one bottle?! Plus 15% .wow!

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        #4
        Originally posted by dazzer68, braunton View Post
        Is that $475 for one bottle?! Plus 15% .wow!
        Looking at the cheap list

        Just a thought it's $71.25 to carry it to your table, pull the cork out and pour nice work if you can get it
        Last edited by spartan, kent; 6th November 2011, 04:18 PM.

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          #5
          Originally posted by dazzer68, braunton View Post
          Is that $475 for one bottle?! Plus 15% .wow!
          Originally posted by spartan, kent View Post
          Looking at the cheap list

          Just a thought it's $71.25 to carry it to your table, pull the cork out and pour nice work if you can get it
          And if you are in Spanish waters it'll cost another $38 just for the privilege of your geographical location.

          Could be a GRAND TOTAL of $584.25

          or put it another way $0.779 (£0.49) per millilitre !!!!

          I dare someone to taste it, then send it back as not drinkable and then order the Chilean Merlot At $28 + 15% + 8% Spanish VAT = $34.44

          Pete
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            #6
            A friend of mine has just returned from the Freedom of the Seas and very kindly brought me back a copy of the wine menu for Vintages. The Pino Grigios range from $26.00 to $36.00 a bottle and a 5oz glass from $6.50 to $9.00 - tax / service charge not included. The Chardonnays range between $29.00 and $75.00 a bottle, 5ozs glasses between $7.25 and $18.75. For the red lovers, Pinot Noirs between $37.00 and $69.00 a bottle, $8.50 to $17.00 a glass - the list goes on. I am happy to scan and put the whole thing on here but someone will have to take me through this 1 step at a time!

            By the way she was in the Caribbean so maybe the prices ex Southampton will be different

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              #7
              Just got back from a Canaries cruise from Southampton and 1 glass of Pino Grigio at Vintages cost $10. The price didn't put me off having 2 glasses each day though ...what the heck I was on holiday + we got free tapas each night with the drinks!!!

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