Graham Norton's wine is coming to Ireland just in time for the bank holiday

Wine not?

Graham Norton's wine is coming to Ireland at the end of this month.

Cork retail group Musgrave - the owner of the SuperValu and Centra brands - has signed a deal with New Zealand winemaker Invivo to stock the famous GN Sauvignon Blanc.

Norton's blended tipple has received rave reviews from wine connoisseurs all over the world - it has even seen the company triple its monthly sales on foot of the expansion plan.

Pre-orders are currently running at 4,000 bottles a day during August.

The Cork native also owns a stake in Invivo although his share of the profits are generiously donated to the UK charity, Dogs’ Trust.

Just in time for the bank holiday!

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