Wine

The Haípenny Bridge is the best known of Dublinís bridges. It was built in 1816 and was the first iron bridge in Ireland. It was originally named the Liffey Bridge but is now called the Haípenny because until 1919 to cross it there was a half-penny charge. Accepted as the symbol of Dublin, the Haípenny Bridge was opened in 1816 and today it is best known as the gateway to Temple Bar where many a glass of fine Australian wine has been enjoyed.

Ha'Penny Bridge Cab Merlot

Ha'Penny Bridge Cab Merlot

Origin: Margaret River
Style: Cabernet Merlot
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol by volume: 13.5%

The bouquet is fragrant and filled with ripe fruit, it is supported by an elegant medium bodied palate with a superb mouth feel and flavours of cassis and redcurrant fruit. All of this supported by ripe tannins and great length. The Grape varieties have been chosen to create an elegant wine which will complement most meat and pasta dishes perfectly.


Ha'Penny Bridge SSB

Ha'Penny Bridge SSB

Origin: Margaret River
Style: Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol by volume: 13.5%

Characteristics evident of a cooler region. Snappy, grassy flavours of the Semillon combined with the racy and crisp tropical fruit structure of the Sauvignon Blanc grape. The quality of this product reflects the commitment to maximise the use of nature’s tools, wind, solar and eco-friendly distribution. A perfect match with seafood dishes and perhaps sushi.


Clearwater Creek Sauvignon Blanc

Clearwater Creek Sauvignon Blanc

Origin: New Zealand
Style: Sauvignon Blanc
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol by volume: 13.5%

Clearwater Creek Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from the famous wine growing region of New Zealand. The wine displays a vibrant fresh aroma of tropical fruit, with some gooseberry overtones, combined with a smooth yet complex acidity it creates a soft and balanced finish.