Delta Airlines unveils 2017 wine menu for Nigerian passengers

Delta Airline’s Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson, has hand-picked her 2017 Wine selections, offering exclusive choices to Delta One customers flying between Nigeria and the United States.

The vintages will appear on a rotating seasonal basis, with two different reds and whites available every three months.

According to the airline’s office in Nigeria, during the summer (June-August), one white will be substituted for a refreshing French rose on Delta’s flights to Lagos served from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, USA.

“The first corks being popped today include: Portugal’s Terra de Touros Vinho, Regional Tejo and Esprit de Pavie Bordeaux. Throughout the year, business class customers will also be offered champagne as well as dessert wine or port following the main meal service. So well regarded are Delta’s wines that the previous port, Calem 10 Year Old Tawny, was recently awarded a silver medal at the annual UK Cellars in the Sky awards.

“I always look forward to hand-selecting the Delta One wine line up, and this year was no exception,” Delta’s unique wine programme provides an opportunity to offer a variety of regionally-sourced wines, including small, emerging and family-owned wineries, onboard to its customers. Each menu includes a rich diversity of regional origin, with wines that pair well with the flavours and cooking styles of the season,” said Robinson

Every year, Robinson samples 1,600 different wines from around the world to curate her Delta selections.

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