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  • Brilliant BBQ Wine Choices for the Long Weekend

    Two bank holiday weekends in a row with uninterrupted sunshine was always going to be a big ask given our changeable weather, however with the temperature looking staying relatively high, I know will definitely be taking every opportunity to get out in the the garden and fire up the BBQ this weekend, and deal with the showers if and when they come.

    Given that I'm  sure may o...

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    Brilliant BBQ Wine Choices for the Long Weekend
  • Hot off the Press!

    I’d like to use my blog this week to draw your attention to some of our wines which have been reviewed in the Irish Press over the last few Month.

    Julia Florista Branco 2016 (€7.95 down from €9.95) “A multi-regional blend of grape varieties. Light, soft and very pleasantly fruity. Drink solo or with summer salads.”  - John Wilson, Irish times, May 5th

    Bott...

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    Hot off the Press!
  • Looking through Rosé tinted glasses!

    As I write, the sun is beating through the office window, which has inspired me to return to the topic of Rosé for my blog today.

    Regular readers will by now that I am a huge fan of Rosé wines, and for most of us, thinking of a crisp glass of Rosé conjures up images of sitting in the evening sun on a terrace somewhere in the Mediterranean, which is all well and good, but for...

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    Looking through Rosé tinted glasses!
  • Think Pink this St. Valentines Day

    St. Valentine's day is the perfect opportunity to treat that special person in your life, perhaps you plan to prepare a special meal at home, if so and If you really want to set the romantic tone, why not go with a special bottle of wine?

    Obviously, some wines are more suited to such an occasion than others and in my opinion, nothing says romance like rosé sparkling wine or Ch...

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    Think Pink this St. Valentines Day
  • Our Wines in the Press

    In my blog last week, I highlighted some of our wines which had recently picked up awards at the big international wine competitions, so for today’s blog, I thought I’d look a little closer to home, and feature some of our wines which have been reviewed in the Irish Press over the last few weeks.

    Delheim Chenin Blanc 2016     

    “Delicious textured juicy peach...

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    Our Wines in the Press
  • Perfect Pink Wines

    As I write, the sun is beating through the office window, and with this in mind, I have decided to return to the topic of Rosé for my blog today. Regular readers will by now that I am a huge fan of Rosé wines, the main reason being that can be such good wines for food-matching, particularly with the grilled fish, barbecues and salads filling our tables just now. I have chosen four w...

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    Perfect Pink Wines
  • Brilliant BBQ Wines

    With a  fairly good weather outlook ahead, I thought now would the perfect time to have a look at some simple guidelines on how best to pair wines with BBQ dishes successfully.

    Above all, you should choose fresh, fruity, wines; zesty, citrusy whites, and bright, fruity reds and take care to avoid overly oaky wines either red or white and also avoid any red with heavy tannins.<...

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    Brilliant BBQ Wines
  • Pick up a Prosecco.

    With 20% off our entire range of Proseccos as part of our Italian wine sale, there can be no better time to pop in to your local O’Briens store and pick up a bottle of Ireland’s favourite fizz or even to branch out and try something new as we also have a number of other Prosecco-style wines included in the line-up.

    Of course, I’m fully aware that the vast majority of Prosecco enjo...

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    Pick up a Prosecco.
  • Rosé's Return

     

    We may not be experiencing the most Summer-like weather just now, but with tomorrow being the 1st of July and most schools breaking up this week we are heading into peak season for holidays.

    I’m sure that just like me, anyone else planning on holidaying at home will already have weighed up the pros and cons of staying in Ireland against heading away, and no doubt our weath...

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    Rosé's Return
  • Pick up a Pinot

    Notoriously hard to grow, Pinot Noir has developed a bit of a reputation as the most challenging of all Grape variety.

    Taking into account the fact that Pinot not only plays a huge role in the production of Premium Champagnes but also that in its home region of Burgundy it produces some of the priciest and certainly most romanticised red wines in the world, it’s easy see wh...

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    Pick up a Pinot

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