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Nov 17 is 'Nouveau' Day

“It’s Beaujolais Nouveau time” and enthusiasts around the world will enjoy their first sip of this vin de primeur on 17th November 2016 to celebrate the arrival of the new vintage!  Celebrating the end of the harvest, George Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau will be distributed around the world for its global launch on that day. 
Harvesting the 2016 Beaujolais started on 15th September and took place over three weeks of phenomenal weather said to have been the warmest and sunniest September in the region for 50 years.  As a  result, this year’s harvest has been of excellent quality. Each vintage is unique and the 2016 Beaujolais Nouveau is an expression of weather, time and the craft of the wine maker.
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Lebanese Wine Tasting

A tasting of Lebanese Wines will be held in Dublin on Wed 26th October, 2016.  


 The tasting will include twelve wines from six of Lebanon’s leading producers including  Obeideh and old vine Cinsault
 Explaining the aim of the initiative, Michael said: “We want to raise the profile of Lebanese wine in key markets in a more mobile and cost-effective way.”Presented by Michael Karam, author of “Wines of Lebanon” the  event is part of a global initiative that has been dubbed the “Wine Traveller” programme. It  has seen Michael,  show Lebanese wines at tastings and dinners in the Far East, the US and Europe over the past two years.
 The event will be open to trade in the afternoon and consumers in the evening and will feature two wines, a white and a red, from the six participating producers:  Château Kefraya, Château Ksara, Château St Thomas, Domaine des Tourelles, Domaine Wardy, and Ixsir.
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NZ offers Sommelier Scholarships

New Zealand Winegrowers is offering three sommeliers from the UK and Ireland the opportunity to visit New Zealand to participate in an exclusive, invite only sommelier scholarship event, with a select group of international sommeliers.
 The one day ‘Sommit’ event (Sommelier Summit) will see a group of sommeliers hosted by local sommeliers, Cameron Douglas MS and Stephen Wong MW. Cameron and Stephen will lead tastings and discussions on current trends, as well as presenting some ‘hidden gems’– unique examples of New Zealand wine that have limited availability.
 Scholarship recipients will also be invited to attend Pinot Noir NZ 2017 – one of the most coveted Pinot events on the planet, and will have the opportunity to attend further key events on the New Zealand wine calendar.
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