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Gillian Nelis

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21st January, 2015

The northern Rhône is the focus of the first ever wine dinner to be held at Stanley’s, a new restaurant and wine bar on Andrew’s Street in Dublin city centre. Winemaker Yves Cuilleron will be in the restaurant on February 9 to talk diners through some of the wines from his family estate, while chef Stephen McArdle will serve a four-course meal to go with them. Tickets cost €110, including canapés on arrival, dinner and...

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