Le Caveau Blog & Wine News

3 Awards to ring in the New Year

What a start of the New Year,

We were delighted to receive a very touching accolade from John and Sally McKenna on New Year’s Eve: ‘Wine Person of the Year’ in their Megabytes Yearly Awards:

Wine person of the Year – Pascal Rossignol
Ten years ago, when Pascal Rossignol first began to introduce natural wines, via his shop and wine company Le Caveau, people scoffed.
No one’s scoffing now. Thanks to the patient advocacy of Mr Rossignol and his partner, Colm McCan, we are well on the way to creating a wine world where natural is normal, and where industrialised wines are seen as the over-chemicalised concoctions that they are. The Le Caveau wines are superb, and there is no better advocate for the cause than Pascal. lecaveau.ie

http://www.guides.ie/megabites/wine-person-pub-and-drink-year

 

Then, on New Year’s day, Tomas Clancy published his Sunday Business Post Wine Awards, in which we retained our ‘Fine Wine Merchants Nationwide of the Year’ as well as ‘Burgundy Specialist of the Year’

‘Meanwhile fending off the annual competition from powerhouse Greenacres in Wexford, the other regular winner of the national award is Pascal Rossignol of Le Caveau, now ably abetted by Colm McCan and the rest of Le Caveau Crew.

Here the hugely strong base of French wines is now joined by the very best of the cutting edge natural and orange wine world.

Le Caveau’s influence as a wine shop and as an importer continues to be profoundly influential on the Irish Market and open-hearted wine consumers.’

Tomas Clancy, Sunday Business Post Wine Awards

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Happy New Year 2017 to all our Customers and Friends from a very happy crew at Le Caveau!

Christmas 2016 Opening Hours (Shop and Wholesale)

December 2016 special opening times – Le Caveau Kilkenny (Wine Shop)

Sunday 11th December            Closed

Monday 12th December          Closed
Tuesday 13th December          10.30 to 6.00 pm
Wednesday 14th December    10.30 to 6.00 pm
Thursday 15th December        10.30 to 7.30 pm
Friday 16th December             10.30 to 7.30 pm
Saturday 17th December        10.30 to 6.00 pm
Sunday 18th December          12.30 to 6.00 pm

Monday 19th December         10.30 to 6.00 pm
Tuesday 20th December        10.30 to 6.00 pm
Wednesday 21st December    10.30 to 7.00 pm
Thursday 22nd December      10.30 to 8.00 pm
Friday 23rd Devcember           10.30 to 8.00 pm
Saturday 24th December        10.30 to 4.30 pm
Christmas Day                            Closed

Monday 26th December         Closed
Tuesday 27th December         Closed
Wednesday 28th December   Closed
Thursday 29th December       Closed

Friday 30th December            10.30 to 6.00 pm

Saturday 31st December         10.30 to 3.30 pm

Le Caveau (wine shop) will close for annual holidays on New Year’s Day
and will re-open on Tuesday 10th January 2017

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Website – lecaveau.ie – Last order for delivery before Christmas Wednesday 21st December 12 noon

(orders placed after this time will be processed and delivered in the New Year)

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Wholesale – Dublin and Country

Last orders for Dublin Deliveries:
……………………………………………………………Last Orders Received                              Delivered on
Christmas                                                           before 2PM December 22nd              December 23rd
New Year                                                             before 12 noon December 29th        December 30th

Last orders for Co.Cork, Co.Kerry, Co.Clare Deliveries:
……………………………………………………………..Last Orders Received                      Delivered on
Christmas                                                            before 11am December 22nd        December 23rd
New Year                                                              before 11am December 29th        December 30th

Last orders for Rest of the Country Deliveries:
……………………………………………………………..Last Orders Received                    Delivered on
Christmas and New Year                                  before 11am December 20th        December 21st
Normal service (wholesale) will resume on Tuesday 3rd January 2017

‘Natural Resistance’ by Jonathan Nossiter

Delighted to be supplying the wines for the supper that will follow the screening of Jonathan Nossiter’s movie ‘Natural Resistance’!

here are the details:

 

Natural Resistance*

Irish Premiere

*With an Italian inspired rustic supper paired with natural wines from the growers featured in the film

It’s about respect for everything – not only nature, but also workers and customers.

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A former sommelier, Nossiter’s Mondovino, a documentary about the globalization of the wine industry was nominated for the Palme D’Or in Cannes in 2004, one of only three documentaries ever nominated in the history of the festival. He didn’t foresee returning to the topic until last summer when he found himself in Tuscany, seated with Italian winemakers dedicated to resisting the prevalent use of chemicals. Nossiter instinctively turned on his camera and continued to follow these subjects against the sun-kissed backdrop of Italian vineyards. These protagonists of a rapidly spreading European natural wine revolution exemplify the movement’s ecological and cultural ideals, one winemaker says, “It’s about respect for everything” — not only nature, but also workers and customers.

This special screening is followed by an Italian inspired rustic feast paired with wines from the growers featured in the film and music from French raconteur Christophe Rohr on accordion with Zac Gvi on clarinet.

 

more details and how to book: log on to The 26tCork French Film Festival website

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Artisan WineTasting (Trade and Press)

We are delighted to announce the details of our forthcoming Portfolio tastings (Trade and Wine Press)

The 2 tastings will take place in Dublin and Cork on 12th and 14th April respectively. We are thrilled to be bringing our ‘show’ to Cork for the first time this year, we are huge fans of the incredible diversity of the food scene there and we’re delighted of the interest the Southern Counties are showing to our wines,

We will showcase about 80 wines on both dates, focusing on organic, biodynamic and natural wines (April is Real Wine Month!) and we are thrilled that 11 growers will be present at the tastings:

The estates represented will be: Chateau Turcaud (Bordeaux); Maison Ambroise (Burgundy); Bodegas Menade (Rueda); Wiston’s Estate (UK Sparkling); Guy Allion (Loire); Cockagee Cider (Slane); Tour des Gendres (Bergerac); Beauregard-Mirouze (Corbieres); Clos de Caveau (Rhone); Taylor’s & Fonseca Ports; Highbank Orchards Gin & Liqueur

 

Drury Buildings

Le Caveau Artisan Wine Tasting

 Trade and Press

Tuesday 12th April, 10.00 to 5.30

Drury Buildings

2nd Floor

Drury Street

Dublin 2

http://drurybuildings.com/

contact/enquiry: orders@lecaveau.ie

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Le Caveau Artisan Wine Tasting

Trade and Press

Thursday 14th April, 10.00 to 5.30

L’Atitude 51

1, Union Quay

Cork

http://www.latitude51.ie/

contact/enquiry: orders@lecaveau.ie

See you there!

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Sunday Business Post Wine Awards 2015

Happy New Year!

What a start of the year! We are absolutely thrilled to have retained our 2 awards in Tomas Clancy’s wine column in the Sunday Business Post published on January 3rd 2016:

– Best Fine wine Merchants (Nationwide) 2015 (previously winner in 2008, 2012 and 2014)

– Best Burgundy Specialist 2015 (previously winner in 2013 and 2014)

Many thanks to Tomas for choosing us and congratulations to all winners and finalists!

We also wish to thank the artisans behind the wines we import, who work sustainably and with minimum intervention in their wineries, our wonderful team and of course, our Customers for their support over the last 16 years!

Here’s to another brilliant new year, filled with exciting wines!

 

 

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Real Wine Month Ireland 2015

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http://realwinemonth.com/

The Real Wine Month – May 5th to May 31st 2015

The second Real Wine Month will be taking place across Ireland between 5th and 31st May 2015 and we hope will build on the success of last year’s promotion. Over 50 outlets participated last year and we hope even more will come on board this year!

Focusing on highlighting and celebrating organic, biodynamic and natural wines, the promotion is open to restaurants, wine bars, cafes, hotels and independent retailers.

Here at Le Caveau we are delighted to offer 10% on all our Organic, Biodynamic and of course Natural Wines! That’s over 100 wines on offer!

 

Happy bargain hunting!

 

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Breakfast In Burgundy

We are hosting a booking signing of Breakfast in Burgundy by Raymond Blake on Saturday the 28th of March.

We also will be tasting two wines on the day Vincent Girardin Santenay 1er cru les Gravieres and Bachey-Legros Santenay Blanc.

Call in to see us this coming Saturday!

 

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Jonathan Nossiter’s Natural Resistance documentary

 

Natural Resistance, Jonathan Nossiter

 

On Friday March 6th, The Cork French Film Festival will be screening the Irish Premiere of Jonathan Nossiter‘s Natural Resistance at Ballymaloe House Grainstore, Shanagarry, Co.Cork. Natural Resistance is a movie/documentary about 4 Italian Natural winemakers.

The screening will be followed by an Italian inspired rustic supper and 4 wines made by producers featured in the movie will be served to accompany Gillian Hegarty’s (Ballymaloe House Head Chef) dishes.

We are delighted to have been asked to supply the wines for this brilliant event. Furthermore, Doug Wregg of Les Caves de Pyrene, the largest importer and ambassador of Natural Wines in the UK will introduce both the movie and Naural wines in general.

Tickets for the evening can be purchased here

 

We hope you can join us!

 

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Ballymaloe Cookery School, 12 week-certificate

Organic, Biodynamic and Natural wine presentation

Ballymaloe Cookery School, 25th February 2015

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Any occasion to team up to with Colm McCan, Consultant Sommelier at Ballymaloe House and Wine presenter at Ballymaloe Cookery School is always very welcome, so it was a real pleasure to visit Shanagarry once again and introduce some ‘hand-made’ wines to the Cookery School 12 week certificate students. In front of a full class, the wines showed quite well and were well received.

The wines showed were:

Coste Piane Prosecco di Valdobbiadene ‘Naturale’

Valli Unite ‘Ciapé’ – Cortese – Colli Tortonesi DOC

Bodegas Menade, Rueda ‘Verdejo’

Cantina Tollo, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo ‘Biologico’

Gran Cerdo Tempranillo, GONZALO GONZALO GRIJALBA

Arianna Occhipinti, SP68 Rosso IGT Terre Siciliane

Many thanks to Darina, Colm and the team at Ballymaloe Cookery School for the opportunity to introduce these wines to the class, and indeed many thanks to the students for your attention and feedback, very best of luck with the exam next month!

Picture courtesy of Ketty of French Foodie in Dublin blog

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