Leslie Williams looks at some tops wines made by women.
Sad news to announce this week as the much loved Cork-based importer Karwigs in Carrigaline have decided to wind down after 40 years.
A Limerick mother who trekked across northern Spain to help her cope following the sudden death of her son has penned a moving book about her journey.
January is the month many of us plan our summer holidays so this week I want to suggest two destinations with a wine focus.
BBQ for a great cause: Sage Restaurant in Midleton will host a Summer BBQ on Monday (July 24) as a fundraiser for the Time for Tilara fund.
I have a nostalgic theme this week as I was reminded at recent tastings by how much our tastes have changed since I first became interested in wine.
Only a couple of weeks to Budget 2015 and still time to contact Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, to encourage him to give small wine importers and wine shops a break by reducing our criminally high wine taxes.
Tens of thousands of Basques held hands yesterday to form a 123km chain stretching across the northern Spanish region calling for the right to hold a vote on independence.
IRISH consumers buy more wine from Australia than from any other country, giving them a market share of around 27%, much of which is driven by the large brands.
A bull gored an Australian woman and left her seriously injured during the final bull run of this year’s annual San Fermin festival in Spain.
An Australian woman was seriously injured during the final bull run of this year’s annual San Fermin festival in Spain.
An Irishman is in a serious condition in hospital after suffering “traumatic asphyxia” during Spain’s San Fermin bull run, according to Spanish media reports.
An American and two Spaniards were gored today during a danger-filled bull run at Spain’s San Fermin festival, with one loose bull causing panic in the packed streets of Pamplona.
Thursday night football may be second-best but there is a lot to anticipate from the tie between Manchester United and Athletic Bilbao.
Police in Spain have arrested five Algerians suspected of helping to finance an al Qaida-linked terror group in North Africa, the Interior Ministry said today.
Spanish police have arrested at least 10 suspected members of groups outlawed for their links to the armed Basque Group ETA, the Interior Ministry said today.
Spanish police arrested 13 suspected members of a group considered to be the youth branch of the armed Basque organisation ETA today.
Spanish police said today that they have arrested seven suspected members of the armed Basque group ETA, maintaining pressure on the organisation despite its recent ceasefire announcement.
A BULL leapt into the packed grandstands of a Spanish bullring and ran amok, charging and trampling spectators and leaving 40 people injured, regional officials said.
Forty people were injured when a bull leapt into the packed grandstands of a Spanish bullring and ran amok.
A bull turned the tables on spectators at a bullring in Spain, leaping into the stands and injuring at least 30 people.
British twin sisters have died in a car crash while on holiday with their family in Spain, sources said today.
Spanish police arrested 36 suspected members of a youth organisation outlawed for its links to the armed group ETA, officials said today.
At least 15 people were injured by a car bomb at a university in the Spanish city of Pamplona today.
A powerful car bomb exploded at a university in the Spanish city of Pamplona today wounding at least one person.
A packed running of the bulls in Pamplona has left one person gored and two slightly injured, the government of Spain’s northern Navarra region said today.
IN SEVEN days we will be given an opportunity denied to the vast majority of the European Union’s 500 million citizens.
MARTIN MANSERGH (Letters, September 26) relies on (unquoted) help from Prof Brian Girvin in his efforts to prove that Elizabeth Bowen’s activities in Ireland during World War II were other than those of a patriotic British spy.
At least one small explosive device detonated today in northern Spain along a route used by the Tour de France cycling race, the Spanish Interior Ministry said.
Ruling Socialists and opposition conservatives in Spain fought to a virtual tie in local elections, highlighting deep divisions in a country torn over its Basque conflict, terrorism and other issues.
Spaniards voted today in local and regional elections following an acrimonious campaign centring on major issues such as terrorism and the Basque conflict.
Spanish police arrested eight people in an operation against the armed Basque group Eta, the Interior Ministry said today.
Spanish and Catalan leaders said today that power over collecting taxes is shaping up as their biggest dispute as they digest a divisive proposal to give the north-east region much greater autonomy.
Spanish authorities today blamed the armed group Eta for planting two explosive devices in a small northern town, one of which exploded.
Spanish authorities blamed the armed group Eta for small devices that exploded outside four courts in the Basque and Navarra regions early today, causing little damage and no injuries.
Four small devices have exploded at courts in the Basque and Navarra regions of Spain.
The Prime Ministers of Spain and France are to meet today to discuss European and cross-border issues including the thorny topic of illegal immigration.
Four small bombs exploded today at industrial sites in the Basque region, officials said. A news report said the separatist group ETA may have been behind the attacks.
Police arrested 17 suspected members of the Basque terror group ETA in a series of pre-dawn raids in northern Spain.
Police in northern Spain today arrested five suspected members of the armed Basque separatist group ETA who were awaiting orders to stage an attack, the Interior Ministry said.
Police today arrested five suspected members of the armed Basque separatist group ETA in northern Spain, acting on information obtained in weekend raids that netted the group’s alleged leader.
Basque terror group Eta returned to the offensive today, killing two policemen and critically injuring another in a car bomb attack in northern Spain.
Basque terror group Eta resumed their bloody campaign for an independent homeland today with a a car bomb attack that killed two policemen and critically wounded another in northern Spain.
Six people were gored, three seriously, and several others were injured by stampeding animals in Pamplona today - the first day of Spain’s internationally renowned San Fermin Fiesta.
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