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This is a combination of Chardonnay and Roussanne grapes grown in Côteaux de Bessilles, a Vin de Pays region of Languedoc-Roussillon in southern France.
Made in Victoria, Australia by John Goelet, the founder of Clos du Val in California, this is an outstanding Shiraz, particularly when it is on promotion at this price.
Bring the whole family together for a relaxing Sunday lunch in the heart of Galway. Enjoy a fabulous four course lunch for only €22.50 per person, including a glass of Prosecco. Children under 10 years can eat for free (offer is valid for one child per adult).
Marques de Alarcon Vino de la Tierra de Castilla Tempranillo/Syrah 2011 Spain (M&S, €7)
The Annebrook House Hotel has recently expanded to add an exciting new aspect to its Old House, creating a completely new experience for Mullingar. The Old House Piano and Wine Bar will launch this weekend, and will open Wednesday to Sunday from 6pm til late.
Bodegas Salentein, Numina 2010 Uco Valley (Independents, €22.99)
Velenosi Querciantica Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico 2011 (widely available, €16)
Burgáns Albariño 2011 (Widely Available, €17.99)
Atlantis 2011 (Independents, €14.99)
I think it is fair to say that the developing Irish wine market has hit something of a snag. Thanks to the unbalanced and, quite frankly, bizarre new tax on wine, all of our small retailers will have to increase the cost of wine in their shops at various stages between now and the New Year as their duty-paid stock runs out. This means that their customers will see various price increases per bottle, as many of the big supermarkets may very well hold their price, either by losing margin or by negotiating better deals with the big wholesalers. That some wine shops will close is certain, as the difference between what they can offer their customers and the below-cost selling of the supermarkets widens even further.