Victoria Alberts
  • On Oct 31, 2018
    Linda from SC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi, On Disney deluxe dining - If my husband and I wannt a bottle of wine will they allow us to subtract the price of our allotted two glasses from the bottle price? I assuming there is no Wine and Dine package now? I couldn't find an option for it.

    Hi Linda,

    Thanks for visiting Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question.

    It sounds like you're considering adding a Disney Dining Plan to your Walt Disney World Resort reservation. What I really appreciate about the Disney Dining Plan options is the convenience of pre-paid meals with the flexibility to choose from so many wonderful restaurant experiences.

    Disney’s “Wine & Dine” Plan, the package you mention that let you add a bottle of wine per night to your reservation, is no longer available as an add-on. The current Disney Dining Plans allow Guests who are age 21 and older to choose an alcoholic beverage such as a serving of beer, wine, or cocktail with their meal.

    You ask a great question about being able to purchase a bottle of wine and deduct the price of the beverages that are included with your Disney Deluxe Dining Plan. While generally speaking, you wouldn't be able to deduct the price of your included beverages from a bottle you purchase, my best suggestion is to check with your Cast Member wait staff at your restaurant. Restaurants may accommodate requests at their discretion, so I'd say take the "it never hurts to ask" approach and check with your restaurant staff.

    Linda, here's wishing you a wonderful Walt Disney World Resort vacation.

    Enjoy your Disney!

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