In 2016 Direct Wine Shipments Wine Academy will offer a range of Wine & Spirit Education Trust® Qualifications through our education partner Peter Morris Wilson who is a WSET® Approved Programme Provider & Certified Educator. These are open to all our retail and trade customers.
Wednesday 3rd, Wednesday 10th & Wednesday 17th February 2016
Our popular wine course begins with an introduction to wine tasting. Over the 3 weeks we will explore wine styles, classic grape varieties and some of the more unusual ones from around the world.
Even if you have been on a course before it’s worth keeping up to date. The wine world is constantly changing and this course is always a good opportunity to taste new wines, discover new regions or rediscover old ones.
The course costs £95 per person for 3 weeks. This includes all lectures and notes, plus a tasting kit consisting of 6 ISO tasting glasses, corkscrew and pen.
Join us for our next wine masterclasses.
Each session will be limited to a maximum of 16 people. This small group session will provide a great opportunity to ask the wine questions you have always wanted to.
These classes will be suitable for all levels of wine knowledge and a fun way to try 6 different wines.
The classes will be taken by Wine Educator Alastair Bell A.I.W.S. Alastair is a wine lecturer at Queens University Belfast, Institute of Lifelong Learning and the winner of the NI Wine Taster of the year in 2000. He has worked in the wine trade over a number of years.
Saturday 23rd January, 12 noon – South America £20pp – SOLD OUT
We are delighted to be shortlisted again for the prestigious International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC) Independent Retailer of the Year Award 2015. Having won this award in 2013 it is an honour to make the final again.
“There have been a string of success stories in Northern Ireland in recent months from restaurants, chefs, tourism, boxing & who could forget our football team. It’s great to see how hard work, passion and creativity in Northern Ireland is paying off on a national stage! Being considered one of the best in the UK is a real boost to the Direct Wine Shipments team and customers. We are ecstatic!” Peter McAlindon
The results will be announced on Thursday 26th November in the Guildhall in London.
Hanna Fine Art in conjunction with Direct Wine Shipments are delighted to offer you the exclusive opportunity to celebrate Ireland’s qualification for the knock out stages of the Rugby World Cup by acquiring a unique piece of Irish rugby history and receiving a case of Robbie & Ruan’s Ballybosch Wine with our compliments.
“Ireland’s First Try At Aviva” is a limited edition print of official Ulster Rugby photographer John Dickson’s iconic image capturing the exact moment Tommy Bowe scored Ireland’s first ever international try at the new Aviva stadium against the Springboks on Saturday 4th November 2010.
Printed in an extremely rare and collectable edition of only 25 prints, each print is individually hand-signed by Tommy Bowe to create an important and
highly-collectable piece of Irish rugby memorabilia, which is being sold to raise funds for Action Cancer.
Published at the issue price of £395.00, Hanna Fine Art is now delighted to offer these rugby prints at the special price of £295.00.
The special ‘Direct Wine Shipments Rugby World Cup’ package at £295.00 includes:
• The framed print signed by Tommy Bowe
• Photographs of Tommy signing the prints
• A 6 bottle case of Ballybosch Wine compliments of Direct Wine Shipments.
Only a limited number of packages are available so if you would like to avail of this opportunity to own an important piece of Irish rugby history please call Maria Hanna on 07711 725865 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
We are delighted to welcome Hunter’s Winemaker James Macdonald back to DWS. Taking after his Father, Peter & his Aunt, Jane Hunter he is committed to the worldwide success of Hunter’s Wines.
In the last 20 years the province of Marlborough has moved from virtual obscurity to become New Zealand’s largest and best-known wine region with a reputation for producing some of the world’s finest Sauvignon Blanc. This huge potential was something that was recognised back in 1983 by Jane Hunter and her late husband Ernie when they founded their first fledgling winery in the picturesque Wairau Valley.
Hunter’s Wines have won more than 100 gold medals at national and international wine competitions. With a reputation for consistently producing the highest quality wines year after year, Hunter’s was one of the first wineries to put Marlborough firmly on the New Zealand wine map.
Join James for a tasting of the stunning wines of Hunter’s award winning range followed by a buffet supper.