Traditional vs. Evolution of Wine Making
We are delighted to announce that our Autumn wine dinner, celebrating the Traditional vs. Evolution of wine making, will take place on October 17th in our award-winning Brasserie in association with Findlaters & Co. Hosted by Mick O’Connell Master of Wine, Executive Head Chef Gareth Mullins and Irish winemaker Róisín Curley, the evening will feature wines from France, South Africa and Spain.
Beginning at 7pm with a canapé reception on our Rooftop Bar & Terrace, guests will have the chance to soak up the stunning city views before retreating to our Brasserie for a six-course tasting menu experience. Carefully created by our culinary team, the autumnal menu will feature a unique arrangement of flavours to delight even the most sophisticated of palates, with each course delicately balanced with a selection of wine.
Sharing some insights about the wine during the evening, and to discuss the Traditional vs Evolution of wine making, will be Róisín Curley facilitated by Mick O’Connell. Originally a Pharmacist from County Mayo, Róisín trained in some of the finest vineyards in France including Château Latour and Château Grillet. With a preference for organically grown fruit, Róisín now makes small scale premium wines and focuses on buying high quality grapes from small parcels grown and cared for by conscientious growers.
To book your table for our Autumn wine dinner, please call 01- 6875104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Price is €80 per person which includes Rooftop reception and six course tasting menu with wine pairings.