Make sure you pick up a form in the shop to enter New Zealand Wine’s competition for your chance to win FLIGHTS FOR TWO courtesy of Air New Zealand. (Ts&Cs apply please visit www.nzwine.com for details)
It’s not #sauvblanc day without #nzwine
We’ll also be celebrating New Zealand Sauvignon & maybe a few other New Zealand wines throughout the month of May. Make sure you call in and see us!
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Paitin is one of the most venerable Barbaresco estates in the Neive area, with a winemaking history going back to the 18th century.
“The Pasquero-Elia family has superb vineyards and already knew how to craft delicious wines, but the continued search for excellence and the willingness to invest in the future is what separates the true greats from the merely good and excellent producers.” (Antonio Galloni, Wine Advocate #203 Oct 2012)
With 17 hectares of vineyards in the coveted Bricco di Neive section of Barbaresco and in the Roero, Paitin produces wines with uncommon flavour, silkiness and power.
We’re delighted to welcome Luca back to Belfast, with his family’s wonderful wines.
Rademon Estate Distillery are proud to be Northern Ireland’s First Award Winning Craft Distillery.
Their small batch philosophy ensures that every aspect of the gin meets their exacting vision. Everything is crafted and perfected by hand.
Shortcross Gin was created to be a classical Gin with a unique twist; best described as floral meadows, wild berries and grassy notes. It is highly aromatic with an exceptionally long and smooth finish.
As part of BelFeast, call in, learn about how it is made and try a sample.
The courses are run and administered by MacQuillans of Dunluce Approved Programme Provider. They are taken by Peter Morris Wilson Nom. Ed., who was shortlisted for the “WSET Educator of the Year 2015”. Peter is passionate about wine & spirit education and it is fanastic that he has received global recognition for all his hard work, coming in the top 8 from over 2000 wine educators worldwide!
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Call in to Direct Wine Shipments on Friday 23rd or Saturday 24th March to sample the new Creu Celta 2015 vintage, which is being released as part of BelFeast.
The McAlindon family of Direct Wine Shipments established their Creu Celta Vineyard in the remarkable region of Priorat in Spain in 2003. The symbol for Creu Celta meaning ‘Celtic Cross’ in Catalan, is inspired by the exceptional 15th Century High Cross found on Devenish Island, Co. Fermanagh.
“This is the 8th vintage of Creu Celta to be released and in my opinion, it is the best one yet. Based on Garnacha it is rich, complex and full bodied with wonderful dark fruit flavours” Peter McAlindon