Wine lovers at Taste of Dublin 2016 will find O’Briens stand impossible to resist. Whether staying for a masterclass or simply dropping by the bar to pick up a glass, the place is a must visit.
Those who attend the masterclasses will enjoy 3 delicious wines while listening to experts chat about the regions and grape varieties. Each masterclass lasts only 15 minutes and are every half hour. Prices are from only 3 Florins and guests will also receive a coupon to redeem in O’Briens after the event.
Keep an especial eye for Saturday’s classes, since they’ll host 2 exclusive masterclasses with Clovis Taittinger, fourth-generation of the Champagne Taittinger family and export director.
Clovis will take guests through the champagne Taittinger style while tasting three of their champagnes – the Reserve Brut Non-Vintage, Prestige Rosé and Nocturne. Places for this are limited so pre-booking is advised.
Tickets are €5. Guests will also receive a coupon to redeem in store after the event.
Times are Saturday 12.30pm and Saturday 6pm at the O’Briens Wine experience at Taste of Dublin.
For more information or to book a place on the classes, visit obrienswine.ie
ABOUT O’BRIENS WINES
“O’Briens Wine Off-Licence Group is Ireland’s largest family owned drinks retailer. We import directly and exclusively from over 75 wineries worldwide. We have a strong relationship with each of our suppliers which enables us to offer our customers a range of excellent quality wines at the very best value. We also work with local suppliers to deliver a complete range of over 1,000 wines, more than 500 world and craft beers and a constantly growing spirits range from Ireland and around the world.
In visiting any of our 32 stores, you will enjoy a unique shopping experience thanks to our modern, contemporary layout, daily in-store tastings, monthly promotions and excellent service from our knowledgeable and friendly staff. Our staff are passionate about wines, beers and spirits and most of them have completed WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) exams.” Read More