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DI GARDENS

... DI GARDENS October 22 to 28 Blackberries will have come to the end of their fruiting season by now, any fruit still ripening is likely to be tasteless. Old growth should be removed as close to the roots as possible and new ones tied in their place. ...

Published: Friday 22 October 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 47 | Page: 38 | Tags: none

FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL

... FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL We Mr and Mrs Jim Rice of 10 Blackberry Lane, Beach Park, Portmamock, County Dublin intend to apply for permission for single storey extension to front and side, and to remove existing chimney stack at side. This Application may ...

Published: Friday 15 October 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 190 | Page: 23 | Tags: none

wines are now well and truly 'chilled out'

... rich, ripe nose of berry fruits and a little hint of spice. On the palate we run the whole gamut of berry fruit flavours; blackberries and black cherries abound but with smatterings of that Sangiovese spice and a little hint of raspberry. Good length with ...

Published: Friday 07 February 2003
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 196 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

of Irish wines are known as varietals

... WEEK: white pepper on the nose. Good, Wakefield Promised Land firm tannins underlay intense Shiraz Cabernet 2001 (available blackberry and blackcurrant flavours on the palate. nationwide at around 1 1 a ...

Published: Friday 22 August 2003
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 230 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

Take a glass of red if you're smoking

... Cabernet Merlot 2000 (available nationwide at around €10.50) A heartening winterwarmer. Lovely aromas of soft fruits like blackberries and strawberries with a hint of oak. A supple palate of blackcurrants and plums with well-balanced tannins. ...

Published: Friday 28 November 2003
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 369 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

Australian Shiraz just gets better and better

... Australia. With that characteristic • 'farmyard' nose, the palate fills out with gushes of ripe strawberries, cherries and blackberries. A succulent, almost chewy wine with nice length and well integrated tannins. ...

Published: Friday 20 February 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 519 | Page: 13 | Tags: none

Marie Russell

... own children a few memories of their own. But if anyone is looking for me during the summer, I'll be picking primroses, blackberries or mushrooms - probably at the Twenties with the children, as happy as can be. If you are interested in contributing your ...

Published: Friday 27 February 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 285 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

Hitchhikers steal motorist's wallet

... the thought of helping others?' he asked. They also explained that their hands were black because they had been picking blackberries from hedges. However, during this friendly banter, one of the passengers lifted the wallet from his jacket. In it was E6O ...

Published: Friday 08 October 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 499 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

How on earth can you taste blackthorn in a wine?

... balance through my bowels, displays an opaque black/purple colour and exotic coffee, chocolate, Asian spice, roast duck and blackberry and prune liqueur-like aromas. 'To say the wine is unctuously textured is an understatement. This 2,000 bottles of wine ...

Published: Friday 26 March 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 519 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

From duck eggs to the bounty of a fox's tail

... back out into the wilds of the country chasing pheasants, rabbits, rats, pigeons, hares, magpies, beetles, lamb and even blackberries. Every field of corn harvested usually produces at least one fox who skulks in the uncut crop until the very last stripe ...

Published: Friday 09 May 2003
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 449 | Page: 37 | Tags: none

Life on the Tar side' was a series of adventures

... to grow up. I have so many happy memories that when I think back now, I must have had a brilliant childhood. We picked blackberries sometimes. We'd bring the filled cans down to John Street where they were weighed for about six pence. When we'd go mushroom ...

Published: Friday 27 February 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 691 | Page: 15 | Tags: none

DI DIY

... Beethoven mew u and learned to , wine - which come from the soil of With Matthew Nugent yet rich wines with good acidity. The blackberries and a hint of vanilla on play piano still stands near the he art of the ci origin - and then compares the reds are made ...

Published: Friday 02 July 2004
Newspaper: Drogheda Independent
County: Louth, Republic of Ireland
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2063 | Page: 34 | Tags: none