One of Ireland’s most popular steakhouses has teamed up with award winning ‘The Wine Buff’ family to create a new food and wine experience for Limerick. Brimstone restaurant in Limerick’s Bishops Quay will host a unique new wine bar, one with stunning views overlooking the River Shannon. ‘The Wine Buff Wine Bar’ will be a showcase for some of the finest local produce, all paired with exceptional vintages selected by The Wine Buff. “Everyone is invited,” said Brimstone Executive Director Keith Hennessy, adding “we have always strived to create the perfect food and wine pairing. We believe that combining a Brimstone signature steak with a unique vintage from The Wine Buff is a match made in heaven. It simply doesn’t g..
It’s nearly upon us, the 11th West Waterford Food Festival and this year it’s certainly bigger and looking brighter than the last 6 months of weather we experienced, so bring on the sunshine in Dungarvan. The Wine Buff Dungarvan will again be smack bang in the middle of the festival action, kicking off on Friday evening we are supplying the wines to the four West Waterford Secret Suppers. Be transported to secret locations throughout West Waterford where your selected chef Eunice Power, Shane McGrath, Arun Kapil or Chris McGowan will be preparing and serving dinner in an intimate private kitchen and d..
Not so long ago, Sherry was usually seen as a sweet tipple that granny had at Christmas and the same bottle was resurrected year on year from the back of the cupboard for the odd glass or two. But recently things are a changing, we have been pleased to see how many people are visiting The Wine Buff shops for Sherry and how knowledgeable they are about the different styles. It really is time more people knew just how good Sherry is. And bear in mind, contrary to popular belief, Sherry, once opened does not keep forever. Some Sherry Facts Sherry (from the Moorish Sherish, name that later evolved into the current Xerez or Jerez) is a lightly fortified dry white wine produced in and around the town of Jerez d..
O Yes, La Dolce Vita…back from a wee trip to the Le Marche region of Italy, a little sun, a little wine and plenty of great tasting food. Never been there before and definitely heading back, whether its lunch in a town square watching the world pass by, or perched in a restaurant in the evening overlooking the undulating hills with the Adriatic in the background, it’s a place to visit and savour. So to the food, its locally sourced, served traditionally, unpretentious and predominately meat based, official statistics claim that marchigiani eat more meat than any other Italians and it shows, our favourite on the trip was grigliata mista di carne (an enormous platter of charcoal grilled meats) with a side order of salad..