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We’re thrilled to announce our collaboration with Virgin Media One’s ‘The Restaurant’ as official wine companion for the brand new season, beginning Thursday 12th 9pm. Our Wine Director, Grasp of Wine Lynne Coyle labored intently with the restaurant crew to pair every thrilling dish on the movie star’s menus with a singular and scrumptious wine from the O’Briens portfolio of over 800 unique wines.

Throughout service, the celebrities get prompt suggestions within the kitchen to their menu from distant cameras and microphones overlaying the eating room. So the strain was on for Lynne to decide on wines that might not solely match the meals but in addition delight the diners by enhancing their total expertise!

To win the wines from tomorrow’s episode – comply with us on Instagram @OBriensWine and remark underneath our image about episode one! (The one with Una Healy in it 🙂 ) (Ts&Cs apply)

Test in with us each week for a primary have a look at all of the dishes and wines earlier than the present airs and comply with us on twitter & Instagram together with your ideas and feedback on the present and wine pairings.

All of the wines on the present might be present in your native O’Briens and on-line and all have particular costs for the subsequent few weeks!

Picouto de Cima | Vinho Verde, Portugal
“Made completely from the Arinto grape selection, it is a superb high quality Vinho Verde with a well-defined stone & citrus fruit profile and completely – balanced acidity that may reduce by means of the garlic butter and wealthy crab meat.” – Wine Director, Lynne Coyle MW

Delheim Chenin Blanc Wild Ferment | Stellenbosch, South Africa
“This fantastically textured Chenin Blanc is fermented utilizing wild yeasts from the winery, giving a posh aroma profile. The palate is filled with stone fruit, grapefruit & refined smoky notes from 9 months in oak.” – Wine Director, Lynne Coyle MW

Cap Royal | Bordeaux Supérieur, France
“Made by prestigious Château Pichon Baron in Bordeaux, this has ripe black fruits, tobacco and mocha aromas in addition to candy vanilla spice and toast from the oak ageing. The palate is dry with agency tannins which might be a really perfect pairing for reduce of beef.” – Wine Director, Lynne Coyle MW

Robert Weil Riesling Trocken | Rheingau, Germany
“Robert Weil are Riesling specialists and that is benchmark dry Rheingau Riesling. Floral, fragrant and shiny with notes of inexperienced apple and pear together with a crisp refreshing acidity and an extended end.” – Wine Director, Lynne Coyle MW

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