Thursday 5th December, 6pm.
Free Ticketed Event but places must be pre-booked
Venue : Ballymaloe Wine Shop. The Food Emporium. Brown Thomas, Cork
“The Wine Geese and Wine Writer Maurice Healy”, with John Wilson, Wine Writer, The Irish Times
We are delighted to be welcoming John Wilson, wine writer, The Irish Times, to Cork, on Thursday 5th December. John will give a presentation and wine tasting based around the famous Corkman and wine writer Maurice Healy.
John will be joined by Dermot Sugrue (Co. Limerick born, and features on P98 of this months Decanter Magazine) now of Wiston Sparkling Wine, Sussex and Simon Tyrrell with his Les Deux Cols Cuvée d’Alize Cotes du Rhone.
John Wilson is just finalising the line-up but will be
2 Sussex Sparkling wines (Anglo-Irish)
Sugrue Pierre ‘The Trouble With Dreams’ 2009
Wiston Estate 2011 Rose
2 Bordeaux/ Barton wines (including the new Chateau in Moulis that Lillian Barton owns)
1 L’Abbeille de Fieuzel Red (Irish owned by Lochlann Quinn)
I Irish made Cotes du Rhone by SimonTyrrell
And a Cognac to finish (a Cognac house with Irish roots…)
Booking through Colm McCan of Ballymaloe on 086 0859034 or through Latitude 51 on 021 2390219
There are a limited number of spaces available for this wonderful talk and tasting so pre-booking is essential to guarantee a place.
It is highly likely that there will be a waiting list so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Contact Details :
Phone : 021 2390219
Email : email@example.com
Twitter : @Latitude_51
Phone : 021 4652531
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter : @colmmccan
Maurice O Mahony
Wine Alliance Ltd
Phone : 086 7759713
Email : email@example.com
Twitter : @winealliancemoz
National Wine Geese Events
The Dublin Bay Wine Experience, Venue: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
Saturday 18th May Trade: 11.00 – 13:00 Consumer 15:00 – 21:00
Sunday 19th May Consumer 13:00 -18:00
The Dublin Bay Wine Experience is a new and innovative event. A wine themed show offering interactive wine related events. It will support local business by offering importers, retailers and restaurants the opportunity to sample their portfolio of wines. There will be a strong focus on global links between Ireland and the world of wine, as well as an opportunity to highlight wine brands, wine regions and wine personalities with the consumer through an interactive focus that will encourage greater knowledge of wine
Website : http://www.dublinbaywineexperience.ie
Tickets on sale price €15.00 or €25 for 2
For additional information contact:
Twitter: @DublinBayWine #dbwe