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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  • Warming Autumnal Reds

    After an all too short Indian summer, it fair to say that autumn has taken hold and as the leaves are falling and the evenings begin to draw in, our appetites tend to move towards richer, more robust dishes, the same goes for our wines.

    Just a few short weeks ago I may have been writing about pairing a light Pinot Grigio or a juicy Rosé with a zesty salad, today the wines I have ...

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  • September Sale Suggestions

    With over 100 wines in our September Wine Sale, ranging in price from €7.49 ( Señorio de Aldaz Blanco & Tinto down from €8.49 ) up to €63 ( Bollinger Special Cuvée Rosé down from € 82 ), we have something to suit all pockets.

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

    If cool crisp ...

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  • Spanish Selection

    Spanish Selection

    Spanish wines obviously hold a special in the hearts of Irish wine-drinkers, a quick look at the stats reveals that we are Spain’s 20th largest market, which is really an incredible position given our relatively small population.

    So there should certainly be plenty of you out there who will be interested in our Spanish wine sale, which begins this Wednesday, Ju...

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  • Rugby & Rioja

    Rugby & Rioja

    Paul O'Connell takes to the field withMunster for one last time, totake on Glasgow warriors this Saturday evening in the showcase final of Rugby’s Pro12.

    Ordinarily I might have taken a momentous occasion such asthis as an opportunity to write about some Scotch Malt Whisky or even about some of the wonderful craft beers now being produced by our Celt...

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  • Back to the Classics

    Even a quick scan of the web may leave you with the impression that the sole job of the wine blogger is to highlight lesser–known grape varieties, unexpected vineyard locations and surprising food and wine matches.

    But sometimes we need bring it back to the classics, and for me, Easter Sunday lunch is definitely one of these times. The traditional choice for the lunch is roast leg...

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  • Early Easter Treat!

    On sale from today as an early Easter treat and far better than any chocolate egg, we have a stunning half-price Rioja Gran Reserva!

    Conde de Valdemar Gran Reserva (€16.75 down from €33.49) is the top wine from the estate of Bodegas Valdemar in Oyón (Rioja, Alavesa) which has been owned and run by the Martinez-Bujanda family for five generations stretching back to 1869....

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  • Spanish reds, a look beyond Rioja

    Here in Ireland we have for a very long time been lovers of Spanish red wines and this is borne out by the numbers, we are Spain’s 20th largest market, and which is an absolutely huge figure given our small population.

    Of course a great deal of this can be attributed to the popularity of the wines of Rioja, but to say the story stops there would be ignoring the renaissance that ha...

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  • Tempting Tempranillo

    Tempranillo, indigenous to Spain, is actually the fourth most planted wine grape in the world and is also one of the most versatile. It produces wines that can be medium or full-bodied, with flavours ranging from red to black berried fruit and can sometimes offer spicy or earthy notes.

    With a food-friendly structure these wines match well with a wide range of foods from tapas right thro...

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  • Enjoy a free Sherry tasting

    If you were to ask any wine professional worldwide, which wines they think offer the best value for money, the answer coming back will invariably be Sherry.

    Many of them will also list a Sherry among their top ten “desert island” wines.

    Sadly, amongst the greater population of wine-drinkers, Sherry’s charms remain relatively unknown. The major reason for this would appear to be...

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  • Spanish Surge

    Spain’s wine production surged by 41% last year overtaking both France and Italy to become the world’s biggest producer.

    According to the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Spain’s vineyards produced 51 million hectolitres of wine last year, beating competitors France and Italy which produced 42m and 47m respectively, placing it number one in the world.


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