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by Traci Gates | November 30, 2021
A Festive Christmas Dessert from Diva Bakes Mulled Wine Chocolate Cake  Shannen Butler Keane from Diva Boutique Bakery in West Cork goes above and beyond in creating a chocolate red wine cake just in time for Christmas. The Mulled Wine Chocolate Cake not only complements red wine, but it is actually in the cake. This recipe embodies the […]
by Traci Gates | November 30, 2021
Christmas Turkey Tips & Wine Pairing There is nothing that says Christmas more than the traditional Christmas Turkey at the table. There is also nothing more intimidating Christmas morning than staring at a naked turkey, especially if it’s your first time hosting the family Christmas feast. We are here to help you cook a showstopper […]
by Traci Gates | November 30, 2021
The Perfect Christmas Dinner Starter Imen McDonnell’s Fire-Roasted Crab Cocktail Imen’s Fire-Roasted Crab Cocktail is a simple yet elegant seafood starter that boasts a zesty explosion of flavours and serves as the perfect dish to begin your Christmas feast. She was inspired to create this recipe after a long afternoon drive along the Wild Atlantic […]
by Traci Gates | November 30, 2021
Christmas Goose Wine Pairing with Chef Gary O’Hanlon Marmalade Glazed Irish Free-Range Goose & Goose Fat, Polenta Crusted Maris Piper Roasties It is no surprise that Chef Gary O’ Hanlon offers to us an adventurous alternative to the Traditional Christmas Turkey. He has mastered the almighty Goose with this stunning dish and adds extra flair with […]
by Traci Gates | July 22, 2021
Bank Holiday BBQ Wine Pairing Do you have a License to Grill but want some help selecting wines to take your Bank Holiday BBQ from lit to fire? We get that there’s enough to ‘flipping’ worry about when you’re the Grill Master or Mistress, so we put together a list of BBQ wine pairings for you […]
by Traci Gates | March 29, 2021
Asparagus Wine Pairing “You needn’t tell me that a man who doesn’t love oysters and asparagus and good wines has got a soul, or a stomach either. He’s simply got the instinct for being unhappy.” Saki, pen name of Scottish writer Hector Hugh Munro (1870-1916)   It’s asparagus season! Spring is officially here and the […]
by Traci Gates | February 9, 2021
Valentine’s Day Wine A folklore proverb says that “Saint Valentine brings the keys of roots” and work in the vineyards and fields commence as plants and flowers start to grow. Today we associate the day with romantic love, cards and chocolate. It is also a reminder of the love affair our winemakers have with their vines. In honour […]
by Traci Gates | April 7, 2020
Siobhán Keogh’s Kitchen: Mushrooms, Spinach & Gubeen on Toast It looks like a lot of us are baking and trying out new, simple and fresh dishes in this unprecedented time of lockdown. A bit of therapy, perhaps. We thought it a good idea to check in on Siobhán Keogh, matriarch and founding partner of Wines […]
by Traci Gates | December 16, 2019
Christmas Pudding & Wine Pairing We are very delighted to have Imen McDonnell return this year with yet another stunner recipe that embodies Christmas and will get you all the oohs and ahhs at your festive gathering. A family Christmas Pudding recipe close to Imen’s heart and paired with some equally indulging wines guaranteed to make you […]
by Traci Gates | December 11, 2019
Vegetarian Wellington You will not be stuck looking for an attractive main for those relatives that have given up meat or just prefer a meat-free option at their Christmas table. A Vegetarian Wellington is a fun spin on the classic Beef Wellington. This indulgent meat-free version is an impressive centrepiece. If you want an impressive […]
by Traci Gates | December 2, 2019
Smoked Salmon Mousse Canapés Most people have a pack of smoked salmon in the fridge this time of year. It just would not feel quite like Christmas if there wasn’t smoked salmon making a guest appearance at the table. Smoked salmon canapés have timeless appeal and make for a perfect starter to your Irish Christmas […]
by Traci Gates | September 26, 2019
Autumn Vegetables and Wine Pairing The trees are changing colour, and the leaves and temperatures are starting to drop. Its that little chill in the evening that gets us thinking about warming, earthy comfort foods. Mother Nature provides this to us in the form of a beautiful, bountiful harvest of sunset coloured fall vegetables of […]
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