2019 Wine Voyages with Paul Gauguin Cruises


2019 Wine Voyages with Paul Gauguin Cruises

August 24, 2018
  • Two couples enjoying a glass of wine at sunset on deck.

Wine experts will be aboard special 2019 sailings with Paul Gauguin Cruises as part of our all-inclusive value in luxury cruising.

Jody Bogle is a third-generation winegrower who, along with her brothers, currently manages the day-to-day operations of Bogle Vineyards & Winery in California. Born and raised on the family farm in Clarksburg, Jody spent many a summer in her youth tying, weeding, and pruning vines on the 1,500 acres her family farms in the Sacramento River Delta. Be aboard when Jody offers a lecture and a tasting of Bogle wines on The Gauguin during the February 23, 2019, Tahiti & the Society Islands voyage.

Jody Bogle of Bogle Vineyards & Winery pouring a glass of wine in the winery tasting room in California.

Robin and Danuta Pfeiffer are the owners and winemakers of Pfeiffer Winery and Vineyards, an ultra-premium, sustainable, 70-acre vineyard with an international reputation for producing world-class Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Enjoy a wine lecture and a tasting of Pfeiffer Winery wines when Robin and Danuta join The Gauguin’s April 13, 2019, Marquesas, Tuamotus & Society Islands voyage.

Robin and Danuta Pfeiffer of Pfeiffer Winery and Vineyards.

As the sixth generation of “America’s oldest winemaking family,” Steven Kent Mirassou began his wine career at age 13 on the bottling lines, forklifts, and warehouses of the family’s historic winery. At the ripe age of 32, he opened the Steven Kent Winery with one mission in mind: to make Cabernet in the Livermore Valley that rivals in quality the greatest red wines around the world. Steven shares his expertise during a lecture and tasting of his wines during the April 27, 2019, Tahiti & the Society Islands voyage aboard The Gauguin.

Steven Kent Mirassou of Steven Kent Winery.

Nestled in the famous Napa Valley, the Salvestrin Winery has been growing wine grapes since 1932. It was originally planted in 1860 by Dr. George Crane, and three generations of the Salvestrin family have meticulously and sustainably farmed this historic St. Helena vineyard for 80 years. Sensitive to both the environment and the surrounding community, the family follows organic guidelines as they consistently create handcrafted wines that are fruit forward, elegant, balanced, and memorably world class. Learn more about these exceptional wines as the family shares their story during a lecture and wine tasting during the July 10, 2019, Society Islands & Tuamotus voyage.

Shannon and Rich Salvestrin of Salvestrin Winery.

Katie Leonardini and her family have owned Whitehall Lane for more than 25 years. In its short history, Whitehall Lane has developed into a world-class winery. The efforts of the Leonardini family are evident in the recent run of accolades from wine publications—but are even more apparent in the beautifully made, elegant wines they continue to make. Enjoy Katie’s presentation and tasting of Whitehall Lane wines aboard the July 10, 2019, Society Islands & Tuamotus voyage.

Katie Leonardini of Whitehall Lane wines.

The Pejus’ Rutherford vineyard has been home to Lisa Peju since she was six years old. It was then that she moved with her parents from Southern California to wine country to begin a life devoted to growing grapes, producing high-quality wines, and finding new and innovative ways to market the family brand. Learn more about Peju Winery—and taste its delicious wines—as Lisa shares her expertise during a presentation on board The Gauguin during the July 27, 2019, Society Islands & Tahiti Iti voyage.

Lisa Peju of Peju Winery in Rutherford, California.

For a full list of special guests aboard select sailings aboard The Gauguin, click here.