Yesterday I posted the picture above asking for guesses as to where this bridge is located. There were some great guesses and a lot of people got it right!
Ever since Off Kilter ended their, Disney has been having some trouble filling their shoes. A new act will be started soon, but only for a limited time.
Today’s Picture of the Day comes from the World Showcase in Epcot.
Last year Disney made a decision that upset a lot of guests. They cancelled the popular show Off Kilter in Epcot. The show had a big following and people started petitions to try to save them. The band did not come back, but was replaced with a Canadian Lumberjack show. This was just over a year ago and now it seems that the lumberjacks have performed their last show.
Everyone raves about the steaks at Le Cellier Steakhouse, but now people might be talking about the wine. The restaurant has the ‘Disney Family of Wines’ on their menu.
Le Cellier features six of the eight wines from the ‘Disney Family of Wines.” Once Skywalker Vineyards and Gogi send their wines, Le Cellier will be the first Disney World restaurant to feature all eight. Several Reserve vintages are included on the list.
Disney has, of course, educated the staff of Le Cellier on the wines and winemakers. So, they will be able to answer your questions about the wines and/or vineyards.
From Pam Brandon, Disney Parks Food Writer, on Disney Parks Blog:
The diverse collection has a personal connection to the Disney name: an artistic talent, a sense of what makes for good storytelling, quintessential family DNA … all of the wineries display qualities long identified with Walt Disney and The Walt Disney Company, carrying on the Disney legacy and typifying the passion, innovation and quality that the name Disney symbolizes.
Here is a list of the wineries:
- Fess Parker Winery
- MacMurray Ranch
- Silverado Vineyards
- Lasseter Family Winery
- Frank Family Vineyards
- Chappellet Winery
- Skywalker Vineyards
On your next trip to Le Cellier try one of the ‘Disney Family of Wines.’ I’m excited to see the selection during our next trip!
Thanks for reading!
Source: Disney Parks Blog