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From the Vineyard to the shelf – Wine Event with Master of Wine Lynne Coyle this 30th of June

From the Vineyard to the shelf – An evening with Master of Wine Lynne Coyle this 30th of June

Next Thursday 30th of June, wine lovers will get a great opportunity to participate in a very interesting wine event with Lynne Coyle MW, Master of Wine and wine buyer for O’Briens at an event titled “From the Vineyards to the Shelf.”

Lynne focuses on sourcing wines from small to medium sized family wineries around the world who share O’Briens quality philosophy and are in control of their wine from growing the grapes in their own vineyards through to the final bottling.

At this very special event, Lynne will present some of her most interesting finds for Summer from Europe, along with the stories of the people behind the wines.

The masterclass will include food matching suggestions and a discussion on the different grape varieties involved.

Lynne is the only female Master of Wine based in the Republic and one of less than 350 in the world.

Date: Thursday June 30th
Time: 7pm
Where: The Fitzwilliam hotel, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Tickets: €15

To book a place just click this link

ABOUT O’BRIENS WINE

“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

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