Yalumba Wine Tasting Evening 10th May

Yalumba Wine Tasting

With Winemaker Louisa Rose

Thursday 10th May 7:15pm

at Whelehans Wines

 

We are delighted to have Louisa Rose (winemaker) jetting in from Australia to guide us through the highly rated wines of this Barossa Valley winery.

Kicking off with a glass of bubbles, Louisa Rose will guide you through a selection of exciting wines from the Yalumba estate ranging from Riesling to Viognier to Shiraz….

The wines will be accompanied by delicious meats & cheeses carefully selected by Chef Nick and his team.

We will also be offering a special W Club Discount on all wines featured on the evening.

As numbers are limited, places will be booked on a first come basis. To book your place, please email wclub@whelehanswines.ie drop by the Wine Store. We would be delighted for you to bring your friends along, by all means spread the word! We would, however, ask if you could please let us know in advance so we can make sure you are seated together on the night.

 

Date: Thursday 10th May 2018

Venue: Whelehans Wines

Time: 7:15pm – 9:15pm (starts at 7:15pm sharp)

Cost: €25 per person payable at the door.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Great Wines, Great Taste

Whelehans Wines,

Silver Tassie, Loughlinstown,

Co.Dublin D18 VK37

Dining for Wine Lovers: Our Top Picks | Food&Wine

Taken from foodandwine.ie

A Wine Lovers Guide to Dining Out In Ireland

Calling all wine lovers, from the connoisseur to the eager and enthusiastic novice. These restaurants are for you.

We’re equal opportunists when it comes to wining and dining. What can we say? It’s a winning combination. Some restaurants however, go above and beyond the usual selection and the offering is just too good to ignore. So, we’ve compiled a list of locations for the ultimate wine lovers amongst us.

Whelehans Wines:

Set up by David Whelehan, Whelehans Wines has become a treasure trove for people who are passionate about wine. The superb collection and helpful and knowledgable staff show that even the smallest of establishments can hold their own once the experience is there. Pop in for a bite and pick up a few bottles to bring home in the adjoining wine shop.

Ox Belfast:

Wonderful things can happen when people combine forces, as friends, Stephen and Alain discovered upon opening Ox Belfast in 2013. Alain’s experience as a sommelier and restaurant manager coupled with Stephen’s imagination and creativity for food, has ensured that Ox is one of the best eateries in the North, complete with the awards to prove it. The diverse drink and wine menus feature local microbreweries and unique wine makers.

 

l’Atitude 51:

This Cork City based wine bar serves up simple bistro-style fare with a wide selection of wines. The focus is centred towards organic, biodynamic and natural wines and the car in which they are chosen is evident from the varied and curated offerings.