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More than 500 wines produced by small, family-owned wineries will be available to sample at the inaugural Dublin Wine & Fizz Fest, which takes place on October 19-20.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
12th October, 2013
Jamie Rankin, David Morrow and Michael McKillop from Glens of Antrim Potatoes are pictured harvesting the Saxon potatoes which have just gone on sale in Marks & Spencer stores. The family-run business has been in operation for over 40 years and has been supplying Saxons, which are best eaten boiled, to M&S for three years.

Small wines, big impact

More than 500 wines produced by small, family-owned wineries will be available to sample at the inaugural Dublin Wine & Fizz Fest, which takes place on October 19 and 20 at the Pembroke District in Dundrum Town Centre. There'll be everything from aged Verdejos to single-estate Amarones, and visitors will also get the first taste of 2011 vintage ports from Taylor's, Fonseca and Croft.

Bite Size asked Ruth Deveney, the organiser of the event, to...

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