It is a little known fact that Ireland is actually listed as an official wine producing country by the European Commission. The island's position just slightly too far north of the earth's equator makes wine growing conditions far more difficult than in mainland Europe. It is often argued that Ireland is marginally too cold and wet to produce the quality of grape vines required for wine (vitus vinifera). We would have to disagree with this philosophy! Ireland has a select pick of producers experimenting with wine production to great success! Long may this trend continue!
A truly unique product that is made by infusing red wine with Irish peat. This is a generous and com..
€39.95 Ex Tax: €32.48
Light, fruity, slightly oaked, dry red wine made in Lusk from grapes grown on Lusk soil. More like a..
€43.99 Ex Tax: €35.76
Light, fruity, slightly oaked , dry red wine made in Lusk from our grapes grown on Lusk soil. Mor..
€23.99 Ex Tax: €19.50
The second release from Wicklow Way Wines is this incredible Irish Blackberry wine, which is already..
€24.99 Ex Tax: €20.32
From Wicklow Way Wines comes this amazing strawberry wine. Created from handpicked Irish s..
€21.99 Ex Tax: €17.88
A delightful blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Schoenberger grapes; all of which are grown on Llewellyn..
€45.99 Ex Tax: €37.39