Delta Announces New Inflight Wines. Here’s What They Cost and When They’ll Be Available.

Delta has announced a new list of inflight wine options, selected in collaboration with Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson. Below is a list of which wines will be available and when. Obviously, these wines will be complimentary to passengers, but, as a frame of reference, I’ve also included price ranges for each bottle.

Delta One wines

Famille Perrin Chateauneuf-du-Pape

  • Available from December 2023 to February 2024
  • $40-$73

Jordan Cabernet: 

  • Available from September to November 2023
  • $34-$70

Luca “G-Lot” Pinot Noir

  • Available from December 2023 to February 2024
  • $33-$50

Susana Balbo Signature Malbec

  • Available from June to July 2024
  • $19-$25

Intercept, by Charles Woodson Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Available from September to November 2023 and March to May 2024
  • $19-$20

Invivo X, SJP

  • Available from December 2023, January to February 2024, and June to July 2024
  • Around $15

Bodegas Ontañón Tempranillo Blanco

  • Available from March to May 2024
  • $16-$19

House of Brown Chardonnay

  • Available in December 2023, January to February 2024, and June to July 2024
  • $17-$20

As is currently the case, Delta One passengers can expect a selection of two red wines, two white wines, rosé, champagne, and port on their flight.

a group of wine bottles and a glass of wine

Domestic first class wines

Domestic first class travelers will be offered Pebble Lane’s Cabernet Sauvignon and its Chardonnay. Both of these are inexpensive, ranging from $7 to $15 a bottle.

Economy wines

For travelers in Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort Plus, and Main Cabin, Delta will be adding Casa Saulita Chenin Chardonnay on international routes. On domestic routes, they’ll continue to offer existing selection such as Imagery Estate and Une Femme.

How wines were selected

All in, 17 new wines will be on offer. That list was narrowed down from over 1,300 wines submitted by wine company reps around the world. The following infographic released by Delta shows the selection process and criteria.

a poster with text and images of wine bottles and a glass


It’s nice to see Delta mixing up its wine offerings and including more premium options. In light of Delta nuking its loyalty program, this seems like one of many efforts to move upmarket and position itself as a more premium carrier.

  1. Well, they’re finally canning the canned wines and going back to normal wine offerings. They will tout is as premium service. Had the Jordan recently, it was perfectly drinkable

  2. Big improvement but actually just following United’s lead here. They upgraded the Polaris wines to similar levels earlier this year.

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