Wine: Grape expectations? Think outside the box
As the new year begins, get out of your comfort zone and explore some lesser-known grape varieties
Even if you don’t come from an agricultural background, you can still understand the heritage and importance of the sector. The same is true of viniculture. Our lack of an indigenous Irish winemaking industry means we don’t have any cultural baggage either, allowing us to embrace the varying subtleties of wines from around the world.
As a country, we import from almost every major wine region. The only problem with so...
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Bitesize: Your guide to all things hot in food and drink this month
Whether you’re after Easter eggs, delicious drinks, afternoon tea treats or fine dining at home, we’ve got you covered
Recipes: Tempting teatime treats from Ballynahinch Castle
Make and serve afternoon tea at home with these recipes from chef David Bodas and the culinary team at the famous Connemara hotel
Make a place at your table for Ireland’s best condiments
From salt to jam, mustard to vinegar, small Irish food companies are producing some superb condiments. We pick our favourites