Wednesday July 15, 2020

To try, buy and put by

2nd June, 2019

This Champagne appeared out of the blue back in December as a new-to-Ireland delight from O’Brien’s Wines courtesy of director of wine Lynne Coyle. The estate itself, run by Raphael Lamiraux, has been a family affair for three generations and in full bubbly flow since 1907. There is always something new to find in the world of wine. The key thing here is that this wine is made entirely from pinot meunier, a very fashionable...

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