Wednesday January 22, 2020

Tippling away at the table

Though the calendar claims that there are almost 20 feast days celebrated in Ireland, Christmas remains the quintessential feast day.

18th December, 2004

Though the calendar claims that there are almost 20 feast days celebrated in Ireland, Christmas remains the quintessential feast day. It is the last event celebrated across the homes in Ireland where a large feast is expected.

From a wine perspective, Christmas dinner offers an opportunity to plan. It is the only celebration where we know in advance what we will be eating, what will accompany it, who will be with us and pretty much what...

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