Superb Events in Autumn Wine Diary
Hayfield Manor’s Wine Society offers the ultimate wine tasting experience in Cork. Each of our Society evenings feature vintages selected from among the finest domaines in the world, with a five course meal specially created by our Executive Chef, Graeme Campbell, to match the individual qualities of each wine.
The next Hayfield Manor Wine Society takes place on Thursday, 11th October 2012 at 7.00pm. The evening begins with aperitifs and an introduction to wines by Noel Tymlin from Findlater Wines followed by a 5 course menu with a different Italian wine per course.
This tasting will feature regions from northern and central Italy and wine that will be featured include:
· Santa Cristina (Trebiano) which is light white wine
· Montepulciano D'Abruzzo which is a light-medium red wine
· Masi Macianco which is a dry Pinot Grigio
· Campofiorini which is a full bodied red wine
· Ca 'Bianca - Muscato D'Asti which is a dessert wine
Dinner is €79.00 per person and is served from 7.30pm with five different wines to match each course.
Limited spaces are available, therefore an early reservation is strongly recommended.
Further details are available on www.hayfieldmanor.ie/winesociety
To book please phone Charlotte on 021-4845909 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wine Australia in association with the Irish Times
Galway and Dublin Tastings
Wine Australia is delighted to be hosting another delicious wine tasting in Dublin on Thursday 11th October.
The tastings will be presented by Irish Times wine writer John Wilson and Wine Australia’s John Mc Donnell and the Dublin event will be hosted in ely Bar and Brassiere, Custom House Quay in the IFSC between 7pm and 8.30pm while the Galway venue is The Kitchen Café & Restaurant.
The wine line up will include some of the great wine styles that Australia has become known for, as well as a few unusual offerings to challenge the perception that Australia only makes Chardonnay and Shiraz.
The cost to join the tasting is €25 per person and please use this Irish Times link to book directly. With some delicious nibbles served during the evening this should be another fun, and tasty, event. Places are limited so please book early to join us for a great night.
The Details again
DUBLIN, Date; Thursday 11th October, Time: 7pm – 8.30pm, Venue: ely Bar & Brassiere, Custom House Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1. Cost. €25 per person. Bookings: Direct with the Irish Times (link above).
GALWAY, Date; Wednesday 10th October, Time: 7pm – 8.30pm, Venue: The Kitchen Café & Restaurant at the Galway City Museum, Spanish Parade, The Latin Quarter. Cost. €25 per person. Bookings; Direct with the Irish Times (link above).
If you require any further information please contact Wine Australia’s John Mc Donnell on Ireland@wineaustralia.com or 065 7077264
The Many Faces of Australian Shiraz.
Winemaker Tim Adams is back in Dublin and brings us on a tour of Australia on the good ship Shiraz.
Our tasting aims to challenge the perception that there is only one version of Australian Shiraz.
We hope to show that region, sub region, winemaking, vine age and vintage all contribute to more than one style of the variety from Australia.
Date: Thursday 25th October.
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm.
Venue: Fallon and Byrne, 11 - 17 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2
Cost: 20 Euro per person
Reserve your place with Wine Australia on email@example.com
Tuscan Wine and Olive Oil at Ballymaloe
An Italian evening - wines of Tuscany & New Season’s Olive Oil
with the owners of Fontodi, Selvapiana and Villa di Capezzana, and ‘New Seasons Tuscan Olive Oil’ launch, with the owners of some of Tuscany’s iconic Olive Oil & Wine Estates, including Bea Contini Bonacossi, from Capezzana, Carmignano; Federico Giuntini, Selvapiana, Rufina; Giovanni Manetti, Fontodi and David Gleave MW of Liberty Wines. €24 (includes new season's Olive Oil presentation & Olive Oil tasting; and Tuscan wine presentation & tasting, and nibbles). Contact details here.