A nice way to start the evening with prosecco alongside dinner in the new Coburg before moving onto the NCH for the RTÉ NSO Shostakovich Testimony.
Expensive for an average prosecco and not a great meal, bedding in issues with Service and the Kitchen we suspect.
Brunch with Richard & Marcie in the Gourmet Food Parlour and had this nice Prosecco. Very clean and crisp.
Asolo Prosecco (also known as Colli Asolani) is one of a growing raft of DOCG titles to grace the wine portfolio of the Veneto wine region in north-eastern Italy
We followed lunch with a visit to Scrumdiddleys (a 20 minute wait not worth the fuss – Teddy’s is safe!) and a walk along the prom.
Light colour even in the dark restaurant. Nice biscuit and nutty bite.
Lovely Prosecco from Treviso
Golden colour. Deliciously fresh.
Effervescent fresh, with a soft personality, perry sweet edge. Great party wine.
We served this to Ross and Amy at the “wings” ‘celebration’ dinner.
Great value from Dunnes. Nice start to the McConkey Lunch
Dad offered us this Magnum when Liz, Brian, Lesley and I dropped in to wish them a Happy New Year
Bright Straw colour. Slightly sweet apple and pears to my taste. Nice nonetheless.
The bubbles for Ian’s Birthday! Small delicate bubbles, very crisp, nutty biscuity aftertaste.
A great way for us to toast your 5th decade, even if you don’t want to.
2 for €20 in O’Briens, normally €12.49
Dad brought this some time ago and it had been sitting silently on the top shelf in the fridge – a delicious aperitif for The Barranore’s last supper and we were also joined for dinner by Amy & Ross.
100% Glera (the EU name for Prosecco) picked from vines near Treviso.
Pale grass colour, lively nutty nose, taste of aniseed and fruit, very crisp clean fizz.
“Harmonious Emotions” for sure. More info here.