O’Briens Wine Beer & Spirits
33 Spruce Avenue Stillorgan Industrial Park Co. Dublin Ireland Ireland
+353 1 2931040 online@obrienswine.ie Monday-Saturday 10:30am-10pm Sunday 12:30am-10pm
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  • Star Picks From our September Wine Sale!

    With well over 100 wines in our September Wine Sale, ranging in price from €7.00 (Senorio de Aldaz Blanco & Tinto down from €10.95) up to €68 (Bollinger Special Cuvée Rosé down from € 83), we have something to suit all pockets.

    The vast range of wine styles on offer means we have something to suit every palate too!

    At discounts of up to 50%, some of thes...

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    Star Picks From our September Wine Sale!
  • Top Tips from our Australia & New Zealand Wine Sale

    We have 20% - 40% off over 150 exciting wines in our Australia & New Zealand sale, far too many to list here so I have decided to focus today on these two countries’ flagship grape varieties.

    Like many new world countries, New Zealand and Australia have built their winemaking reputation using grape varieties of French origin, but to consider these wines as mere copies of ...

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    Top Tips from our Australia & New Zealand Wine Sale
  • Meet the Lingenfelders

    One of our most exciting new listings comes with a seriously long history!

    The Lingenfelder family have grown grapes in the Pfalz region of Southwest Germany for close to 500 years. Current custodian of these vineyards is 13th generation owner/winemaker, Rainer Lingenfelder, and in the image above you can see the 14th generation, Rainer’s sons Robert and Georg proudly representing...

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  • Meet the new Darlings.

    Meet the new Darlings!

    Less than an hour’s drive from Cape Town, the Darling region is home to Cloof Wine Estate, whose significant vineyard plantings are greatly influenced by proximity to the cooling effects Atlantic Ocean.

    These vineyards yield fruit of huge intensity and flavour, allowing Cloof’s team of highly-skilled young winemakers to produce a range of thoroughly mo...

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  • Le Beaujolais Nouveau est Arrivé

    Beaujolais Nouveau Day is marked in France on the third Thursday in November with fireworks, music and festivals. Under French law, the wine is released at 12:01 a.m., just weeks after the wine's grapes have been harvested. Parties are held throughout the country and further afield to celebrate the first wine of the season.

    Beaujolais Nouveau owes its easy drinkability to its un...

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  • Everybody needs good neighbours!

    When it comes to picking a wine, there can be great security in choosing from one of the really well known regions such as Sancerre or Rioja.

    But in doing so we sometimes overlook the fact that wines of very similar style and quality can often be produced in neighbouring regions, so why not step (slightly) outside that comfort zone and pick up a bottle of one of the delicious wines I have...

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  • Days Of Wine And Roses

    After more than six months of buying trips, tastings and blending sessions, July is one of the most exciting times of the year because our new wines start to arrive. Some of these wines were only being conceived when the bunches were ripeningon the vines last autumn and some were planned over a year ago. To see them finally arrive on Irish shores, often for the first timecreatesa real ...

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  • Something to ‘Bellow’ about

    South African wines sometimes get a bit of a bashing in this country, things you hear about the wines are ‘harsh, alcoholic, burnt etc.’ and indeed some of the cheaper South African wines could hardly be described as attractive.

    However the more serious estates have always made great wines, wines that win trophies all over the world and are widely considered among some of the most exci...

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