Caro Feely and Feely Wines at Ballymaloe Litfest 20 & 21 May and Clontarf Wines 22 May
Only a couple of days to go to the Ballymaloe Litfest (Co Cork; Ireland) and to our evening with Clontarf Wines (Dublin, Ireland).
On Saturday 20 May The Edinburgh Food Studio Pop-Up Dinner at the Ballymaloe Cookery School with BenReade and Sashana Souza Zanella with wines introduced by organic winemaker Caro Feely – promises to be a magic experience. Taste Feely Luminosite, Feely Sincerite and Feely Grace at this event.
Then catch Caro speaking on Sunday 21st May at Litfest Drinks Theatre at Ballmaloe 12.00-13.00 -Caro in conversation with Tomás Clancy, Wine Correspondent for the Sunday Business Post, journalist, writer and broadcaster. tickets online, see more info and the full programme at http://litfest.ie/
Darina Allen’s wish to see Ireland as the ‘organic food island‘ and the theme of the Litfest about food literacy have me very excited about this visit and the Litfest weekend of events. See my Ten reasons to celebrate organic farming
On Monday 22 May 7-8.30pm for a talk and tasting at Clontarf Wines in Clontarf Dublin
Taste our new wines and hear about Chateau Feely and Caro’s new book Glass Half Full this Monday evening at a wonderful wine shop run by a delightful, knowledgeable and passionate couple Ronnie and Helena – easy access from the Clontarf dart station. Entrance 10 euro includes nibbles and tasting four wines.
Read about Chateau Feely and Caro’s latest book in the latest Image magazine, Woman’s magazine and in last week’s Independent wine column by Corinna Hardgrave.
Learn more about wine with out Wine school – our next WSET level 2 course or read Caro’s books Grape Expectations , Saving our Skins and latest book Glass Half Full to learn more about wine and the gripping story of building a vineyard.
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