Jetblue’s “Up, Up, and Rosé!” Flight Is The Experience Of a Lifetime
Sit back and relax.
Summer is just around the corner. To kick off the first day of summer on June 21 (just a few short weeks after National Rosé Day on June 9), JetBlue will be offering the experience of a lifetime: an in-flight rosé wine tasting, which they’ve cleverly named, “Up, Up, and Rosé!” Gotta love the name, it’s super catchy.
According to a recent press release, the flight (no. 2267) will depart out of Boston, Massachusetts’ Logan Airport, and it’ll fly about 2.5 hours South to Charleston, South Carolina. Along the way, JetBlue’s in-house wine expert, Jon Bonné, will be leading an in-depth wine tasting as the plane coasts through the clouds.
Sounds too good to be true. Don’t you want to be on that flight?
During the tasting, customers will get the chance to try a free glass of Famille Chavin Duc de France Rosé d’Oc 2016, which will be available to all all JetBlue customers throughout the month of July. Customers will also receive a free PickMeUp box, which is JetBlue’s fruit and cheese platter that pairs with their rosé. The platter includes three types of Wisconsin cheeses (Green Onion, Smoked Gouda, and Sharp Cheddar), as well as dried cherries and crackers. Is it me, or does it just keep getting better and better? Nothing better than cheese and wine.
According to a press release, JetBlue was the first domestic U.S. flight to offer rosé back in 2015.
It’s time to plan that summer trip. Get going already!
Source: Elite Daily