Wine List

The wine list of Rederij de Nederlanden is very carefully compiled by our partner, Amsterdam wine specialist Arisz et al. Founder Allard Arisz won the prestigious Grand Prix Saint Hubert in 2011, proving he is an expert on wine. We knew this all along, of course. He calls himself a wine nerd which manifests itself in his particular taste for special wines. Especially for Rederij de Nederlanden, he periodically compiles a wine list with wines of allure that fit the image of Rederij de Nederlanden and at the same time are a very good complement to the catering on board.

Below is the wine list of Rederij de Nederlanden. We carry house wines (white and red) on board as standard. Interested in other wines from our wine list on board? Please notify us before the day of the cruise. We will then make sure the wine of your choice is on board.

Prices on the wine list do not include VAT.

House wines White

from €29.50 per bottle
1. Piquepoul, Henri de Richemer
Fresh, thirst-quenching mineral white wine from Languedoc
2. Touraine Sauvignon Blanc Christa

For lovers of some fresher white wine, we offer this floral Sauvignon Blanc, with a rich and aromatic flavor.

House wines Red

from €29.50 per bottle
1. Corbières Tradition Rouge, Château Fontarèche
Juice of blackcurrants, a little spiciness of bay liquorice. A mouthful of wine makes this hot-blooded charm from the Aude the ideal drinks and bites or barbecue companion.
2. Somontano Roble, Bodegas Estada
Somewhat fuller red wine made from a blend of tempranillo, grenache, syrah and cabernet sauvignon. Black forest fruit, notes of vanilla and cedar through 3 months of wood aging.

House wines Rose

from €29.50 per bottle
1. Marselan rosé, Henri de Richemer
This super light and finely dry rosé from Marselan is made near Cap d’Agde. Smells sultry of white flowers, rose hips and thyme.

Aromatic fresh White wines

from €32.50 per bottle
1. Grüner Veltliner Hochrain, Waltner € 32.50 per bottle
Waltner’s wines are characterized by the chalky aroma that seems to have been pulled straight from the vineyard soil. In addition, citrus fruit and white pepper also arise in this delicious mountain stream fresh aperitif. Recommended with salads and shells.
2. Saar Riesling, from Volxem € 34.50 per bottle
The Saar rises in the Vosges Mountains and gradually joins the Moselle. The wines of van Volxem are among the top of this wine region and are distinguished by their stellar minerality, lively acidity and purity.
3. Sancerre Côte des Embouffants, Roger Neveu €45.50 per bottle
Elegant, classic Sancerre, with citrus and mineral stoniness. The distinctive flint scent is not lacking either.

Full-bodied White wines

from €49.50 per bottle
1. Pouilly-Fuissé Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Pierre Vessigaud €49.50 per bottle
Smells stony, with fresh grape and apple fruit on the palate, but also possesses a very ripe, honeyed aspect, an oily structure and a smoky wood accent.
2. Condrieu le Chéry, Domaine Rémi Niero €79.- per bottle
Viognier doesn’t get any better than this. Of the postage stamp appellation of Condrieu in the Northern Rhone, the Chéry vineyard is considered grand cru, with its granite soil and southeast exposure.

Rose wines

1. Côteaux Varois en Provence, L’Oratoire Saint Andrieu €29.50 perbottle
Pale pink rosé from Provence with nice roundness from the addition of a handful of vermentino grapes.
Characteristic and mundane at the same time with white flowers in the nose in addition to lavender. Fresh berries and garrigue in the grenache-dominated palate.

Light Red wines

1. Pinot Nero, Erste + Neue € 37.50 per bottle
Light red wine from the Alps with ripe black cherries, the fresh taste of forest strawberries. Lightly chilled very tasty!

Red wines, medium bodied

from €34.50 per bottle
1. Chianti Rufina, Fattoria Selvapiana € 34.50 per bottle
This Chianti tastes almost like a classic Bordeaux. With a slight earthy tone, a slender structure, finely textured tannins and subtle black cherry fruit on the nose.
2. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Gustales €34.50 per bottle
Classic-style Rioja aged 12 months in American oak, offers generous vanilla and cedar alongside soft cherry fruit.
3. Priorat Coma d’en Romeu, Celler Ardèvol €37.50 per bottle
Smoky, black currant, lavender and stony in the nose. On the palate very powerful with some wood influence (cabernet sauvignon, syrah, samsó).
4. Châteauneuf du Pape, Domaine des Chanssaud €49.50 per bottle
The best place for grenache in France is here on the rolling boulders of the former Pope’s city. Cedar, cocoa and thick ripe fruit on the nose and a powerful palate with spice, thyme and mocha.
5. Brunello di Montalcino, Caparzo € 59.50 per bottle
Caparzo’s Brunello always has a classic signature, yet it is easily approachable. The family owns parcels in 3 regions near Montalcino, making it easier to adapt to the specific conditions of each growing season to get to the best bottle of Brunello. The wine is aged for 2 years in Slavonian oak barrels.

Sparkling wines

from €35 per bottle

1. Prosecco Spumante Brut, Andreola € 35.- per bottle
Pure, fresh, and festive, this premium Spumante shows that prosecco can also be truly refined.

2. Prosecco Zero Zero, Iris Vigneti € 35.- per bottle
Alcohol-free festive prosecco made from the prosecco grape: glera.


from € 65.- per bottle

1. Champagne Grand Cru Blanc des Blancs, Varnier-Fannière € 65.- per bottle.
100% chardonnay, 3 years aging on yeast, lots of reserve wine and therefore a rich and creamy grand cru champagne.

2. Moet & Chandon Brut (to be ordered per 6 bottles) €89.50 per bottle
The Impérial Brut is a classic Moët & Chandon. Constantly of high quality, open and accessible in style, refined, exclusive appearance.

3. Bollinger €89.50 per bottle
The most classic and best of all Grandes marques, aged and fermented in small oak barrels, rests 3 years sur lattes and is composed of Pinot Noir, supplemented with equal parts Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. Also the favorite drink of James Bond and the British Royal Family.

4. Taittinger €89.50 per bottle
Taittinger Champagne Brut Reserve is aged in cellars for a minimum of 3 years, making it more mature and complete. The taste is fresh, dry with tiny bubbles and in a nice balance. All in all, it is a harmonious and smooth champagne.

5. Veuve Clicquot (to be ordered per 6 bottles) €95.- per bottle
After Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot is the world’s best-selling champagne. You taste powerful flavors of vanilla, spice and ripe yellow fruit.

Bordeaux and Burgundy are not listed due to a rapidly changing assortment and limited availability. Ask us about the wines available. We realize that with some wines, the vintage year affects the style of the wine. Ask us about current vintage years.

Wines are available upon request