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Chef Forum for Hospitality Expo
Hospitality Expo, 6-7 February in the RDS, will host the Synergy Pro Chef Forum, a specially  ...

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Star Speakers for 'Pop Up Academy'
A stellar line up of industry influencers has been assembled for ‘The Pop Up Academy’, a unique ...

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Grad of the Year
Andrew Grant of DIT, IHI Graduate of the Year is pictured at the Founders Banquet with sponsor, Hugh...

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IHI Founders Banquet
The annual Irish Hospitality Institute Founders Banquet and Irish Hospitality Awards takes place on ...

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Wine Show for Mansion House

Registration is open for the annual Australia Day Tasting in Dublin, which will feature over 300 

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wines from 54 wineries across Australia.
 
 The Australia Day Tasting on 29 January in Dublin is part of a three-city roadshow, following London (23 January) and Edinburgh (25 January). The event gives wine trade and media the opportunity to meet the people behind the wines, hear their stories and try a diverse range of Australian wine. Visitors can get up-to-date with the category, taste new releases and discover alternative varieties like Assyrtiko and Nebbiolo.
 
Taking place for the first time at The Mansion House, this new bigger venue means there will be even more wines and producers than at last year’s event. Some of the wineries may be familiar names like De Bortoli, Katnook Estate and Yering Station, others will be new discoveries such as Howard Park, Route du Van and Voyager Estate that are seeking distribution. 10 producers at the tasting are not yet in the Irish market.
 
In addition to the 24 tables of exhibitors, new to this year’s event is a Focus Table on Iconic Australia. From fresh Hunter Valley Semillon to rich Rutherglen fortifieds, this area will give visitors a taste of Australia’s most enduring and iconic wine styles.
 
 Winemakers and winery owners coming over from Australia for the event include Andrew Hardy (Petaluma), Andrew Watson (Woodlands Wines), Chris Pfeiffer (Pfeiffer Wines), Peter Thompson (Thompson Estate), Toby Barlow (St Hallett) and Trevor Dickinson (Dickinson Estate).
 
 The number of wines and producers at the event reflects the opportunities for Australian wine in Ireland. Ireland is a strong market for Australian wine: exports are up 7 per cent in volume and 3
 per cent in value (Moving Annual Total to September 2017), with promising growth in wines over $10 per litre FOB (+ 62 per cent).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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