A heavyweight from the South of France.
Big, austere dry fruity mouthfeel, definitely for lovers of raw red meats.
From the wholesalers website “Top quality Languedoc winery owned by Château Pichon-Longueville in Bordeaux. With an explosion of red fruits, peppery spices and wild herbs on the nose that follow through to the smooth and full-bodied palate.”
Hedonistic – A delicious, intriguing raspberry blend of Grenache and Mourvedre from the Languedoc. Vibrant colour, firm alcohol delivery. Hedonistic & moorish.
A welcome dinner party bring from John & Susan. Smart packaging with a glass stopper from Vinolock.
[categories Italy, Pinot Bianco, Garganaga, Soave]
This was the house white offering with a Rewarding Times 59€ voucher.
Rewarding indeed, a super meal in pop-up surroundings.
Good food complemented by this semi-dry fruity number.
[categories Italy, Puglia, nero de troia, Primitivo ]
Produced in Cerignola near a very special part of the world – Gargano.
A concise list in the Linden Tree dining room at Carton House, this was chosen on the basis of perceived value in an otherwise expensive cluster. Big whack of vanilla, fruit and smooth alcohol delivery.
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.
To prove Craft doesn’t have to be made in small dingy portacabins, Diageo have launched this Golden Ale as part of their “Brewer’s Project”.
Nice refined hops with a malty taste.
[Categories Beer, Ireland, Ale]