Experience O’Briens Wine at Taste of Dublin

Experience O'Briens Wine at Taste of Dublin

Wine lovers at Taste of Dublin 2016 will find O’Briens stand impossible to resist. Whether staying for a masterclass or simply dropping by the bar to pick up a glass, the place is a must visit.

Those who attend the masterclasses will enjoy 3 delicious wines while listening to experts chat about the regions and grape varieties. Each masterclass lasts only 15 minutes and are every half hour. Prices are from only 3 Florins and guests will also receive a coupon to redeem in O’Briens after the event.

Keep an especial eye for Saturday’s classes, since they’ll host 2 exclusive masterclasses with Clovis Taittinger, fourth-generation of the Champagne Taittinger family and export director.

Clovis will take guests through the champagne Taittinger style while tasting three of their champagnes – the Reserve Brut Non-Vintage, Prestige Rosé and Nocturne. Places for this are limited so pre-booking is advised.

Tickets are €5. Guests will also receive a coupon to redeem in store after the event.

Times are Saturday 12.30pm and Saturday 6pm at the O’Briens Wine experience at Taste of Dublin.

For more information or to book a place on the classes, visit obrienswine.ie


“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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