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The intriguingly titled ‘Prosecco by the Pitch’ takes place in The Bounty prior to Buccaneers AIL Division 2A league encounter with MU Barnhall on Saturday, February 29.
IMAGINE AN art class where you can learn, or improve, your painting skills, while enjoying a glass of prosecco and some food? You can at Drink & Draw Ireland.
If you are a lover of Italian food and wine then you better clear your calendar on Thursday May 11th at 7:30pm and get reservations for a celebration of Italian food at Caprice Cafe with Italian Food Consultant Max Merli of Italicatessen, Ireland’s leading import and distributor of quality Italian produce.
Skinny Prosecco is now available at Caprice Cafe, Galway. Hailing from Soligo in Italy's Treviso province, Skinny Prosecco also has less than half the sugar content of a standard glass of normal Prosecco, with the added benefits of being organic and vegan-friendly.
Glenlo Abbey Hotel was the chosen setting for a gourmet dinner for the visiting wine exporter of the famous Antinori wine family.
Opened on Buttermilk Walk more than two years ago, Il Vicolo is that clever combination of day-time cafe, wine bar, and restaurant. Breakfast, lunch, coffee, cake, dinner, and wine, it has the lot. Owned and run by Aoife Flaherty and Gerry McMahon, you have to admire the way they have made this very 'Tardis-like' space work for them. Things are a little better now than at the beginning with an small external kitchen giving the staff a little more room to breathe, but it is still bijoux by anyone's standards.
Guerrieri Rizzardi Munus Bardolino Superiore Classico DOCG 2010 (O’Briens, €14.99)
Velenosi Querciantica Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico 2011 (widely available, €16)
Marques de Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Independents €14.99)
Cases Wine Warehouse’s sixth annual winter wine fair has been confirmed for Thursday November 15. At the fair will be wines the company imports directly from the likes of Cava, Castilla (organic and biodynamic) Rioja, Sicily, and Burgundy. Also included are Pinot Noir from the Central and Leyda valleys; Malbec, Syrah, and Carmenere from Colchagua, plus a wide selection of wines from other great Irish importers such as Celtic Whiskey, Taserra, Mitchells, Karwigs, and Liberty Wines.