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Lusting after the tastes and aromas of Istanbul

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AUSTRALIAN-BORN poet Robyn Rowland has been a significant figure on the Irish poetry scene since she first came here in 1983, and it is more than a bit ridiculous her poetry is not more celebrated than it is.

Taste the difference

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At an apple tasting in Cheshire recently, my eleven year old couldn’t get enough of the heritage varieties of apple being offered to visitors by a group of National Trust volunteers. Although delighted he was packing in his five a day in as many minutes, I couldn’t hide my surprise, as when offered an apple at home, he typically reacts as though I were trying to poison him. The difference, I suspected, was in the taste – confirmed when I nibbled a few samples myself.

Wine and dine at 56 Central’s French wine tasting

The team at 56 Central have joined forces with the talented team at Thomas Woodberry Wines to bring you a night of French wine, French food, and of course French music.

The Grand Hotel welcomes all wedding couples and foodies

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If you are newly engaged or planing your wedding in the coming months or years, or indeed if you’re a fan of good locally sourced food, the Grand Hotel, Moate is the place to be this Saturday March 28.

Say ‘salut’ to the return of SuperValu’s French wine sale

The SuperValu French wine sale is back and promises something for the wine connoisseur and novice alike. SuperValu has sourced some of the best wines France has to offer, with a selection that offers wines full of character at an amazing price. With high quality wines that are great value, the French wine sale promises something for every wine-loving customer. With the help of SuperValu wine buyer Kevin O’Callaghan, SuperValu has handpicked a selection of stellar wines and is bringing France to customers’ homes. The sale begins Thursday February 12.

Taxing times, mistletoe and wine...

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.

On the Wine Shelf...

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Marques de Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 (Independents €14.99)

Enjoy a fine evening of food and wine at The Quay Cottage

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The Quay Cottage Restaurant, which is located just at the entrance gates to Westport House, has launched its Food and Wine Feast evenings, which will take place in the restaurant over the coming months.

On the ground

Wines Direct this weekend has Château de Gaudou’s winemaker Fabrice Durou displaying on Saturday between 2-6pm. Château de Gaudou is between Bordeaux and Toulouse and makes wines from Malbec, a grape closely associated with the region around Cahors. Wines worth stopping by to taste include Gaudou Exception Malbec (€9) and Château de Gaudou Cahors (€10.50).

On the wine shelf

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Les Auzines Fleurs Blanches 2009 (Independents, €9.99)


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