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At Searsons there's nothing we enjoy more than finding new, exciting wines for our customers. We try to give our tastings variety with a range of subjects covered across the year.

For Harriet, our resident Master of Wine, it gives her

"the opportunity to share over a decade of learning, keeping it fresh through sharing that knowledge with others"


Tastings & dinners for everyone

VILLARS LURTON DINNER with Claire & Gonzague at Killruddery

Thursday 7th September at 7.15pm

An evening celebrating sustainability with incredible wines & local foods from ethically driven estate Killruddery. Inspired by the autumn abundance of produce from their Walled Garden and Farm, Head Chef Niall O’Sullivan and his team will prepare a four-course vegetable and estate-reared meat focused menu. Wines for the evening include: - Brut Souverain from Champagne Henriot, - Blanc de Noirs from Durfort Vivens - Ceres 2020 from Haut-Bages Liberal (Haut-Medoc) - Chateau Ferrière 2000 (Margaux), - Chateau Haut-Bages Libéral 2004 (Pauillac) - Chateau Durfort Vivens 2009 (Margaux) - Tawny Port from The Symington Family Estates

SEPTEMBER VINOCRU - Starting your Cellar

Thursday 21st September at 7pm

Harriet tastes and talks through wines that can age and suit a range of budgets. There's something special about building a collection of wine for the future. Learn how you can start today.



Thursday 20th April, 7pm, Searsons Wines, Monkstown

We are delighted to welcome Christelle Alias, wine maker and 5th generation owner of Domaine Sainte Marie des Crozes, to Monkstown.


This extraordinary evening will feature four vintages of this iconic wine along with stablemate Overture and Cuvee Hemera from Champagne Henriot. The wines are paired with an exquisite six course menu from Chef and Patron of Bresson, Temple Garner. We are delighted to welcome Charlie Matthews, head of Europe at Opus One, who will guide us through these truly magnificent wines.


Save the date in your diary to find some new favourites for your table

6 - 8pm 20th February 2023 at The Marker Hotel

Join us for our annual tasting at The Marker Hotel this February.

We are welcoming producers from all over the World to showcase their wines. With over 100 wines to taste it’s the perfect chance to discover new favourites or learn about different styles of wine.

There will be cheese and music with a masterclass early on in the evening.


Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the heralded 2019 Barolos. Join us for our annual Anteprima Tasting.

Upstairs at Fallon & Byrne, 5.30 - 7.30pm 19th January 2023

The masterclass will be on from 5.30 till 6pm

Don’t miss the opportunity to taste the heralded 2019 Barolos.

Masterclass 5.30pm -6.00pm | Walk around Tasting: 6.00 – 7.30pm

This year again, we are pleased to welcome a number of the producers back to Ireland.

Masterclass: ‘Small but diverse, discover the complexities of Barolo.’

An in depth tasting of the expressions coming from the different sites within Barolo. This tasting should help you understand why there are such differences between the Menziones.

When you have purchased your tasting ticket, if you wish to attend the masterclass please email us to secure your place.

Tasting: 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Tickets are 25 euro per taster. This will be deducted from any purchases made on the offer.

This year again, we are pleased to welcome a number of the producers back to Ireland. GB Burlotto – Verduno Rocche Costamagna -La Morra (Alessandro Locatelli) GD Porro – Serralunga d’Alba (Fabio Porro) Poderi Luigi Einaudi – Dogliani Cavallotto – Castiglione Falletto (Alfio Cavallotto)

Deemed as ‘classic’, 2019 is a vintage that enjoyed more conventional weather patterns. A wet Spring provided generous reserves of water for the vines during a particularly warm June and July. Mellow, warm days carried 2019 through to October yielding grapes that displayed perfect phenolic and flavour ripeness.

The tasting will be held upstairs at Fallon and Byrne.


Join us at Cafe du Journal, Monkstown for an evening of wine tasting, festive cheer and plenty of merriment!

Cafe du Journal 6.30pm-9.30pm Thursday 24th November

Join us at Cafe du Journal, Monkstown for an evening of wine tasting, nibbles and general merriment!

We will have over 30 wines open to try, so come along and get in the Christmas spirit!

This is a none tutored tasting, so there is no start time as such. Doors are open from 6.30pm, you may choose to arrive any time after this. We will be wrapping things up and off home at around 9.30pm.

Tickets are €25, booking in advance essential.

Thursday 24th November from 6.30pm onwards.

Cafe du Journal, Monkstown.


The Rhone varietals have spread all over the WorldThis tasting is a look into their success' both in the Rhone Valley and overseas.

7pm Thursday 3rd November 2022

Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre, amongst others are the cornerstone varietals of the Rhone Valley. We’re going to look at the stylistic expression of each, their favoured site and just how well they translate into wines when grown internationally. Join Harriet Tindal MW for this in depth tasting and discussion. Part of our VinoCru series, designed to elevate your wine knowledge and increase your enjoyment in every glass.

Tickets are €45 and based on a first come first served basis. Sign up today.

This is an in shop tasting in Monkstown,


We're thrilled to announce that we're holding an Autumnal tasting at the central location of the Urban Brewing company in the CHQ Building at the IFSC.

Tuesday 13th September 2022 6pm-8pm

We’ll be showing around 70 of our favourite wines at this tasting. It offers the perfect opportunity to taste many of the new wines from our range and to reacquaint oneself with some old favourites!

Tickets are €25 pp


Did you know that volcanic soils lend a fizzing minerality to wine? Or that the chalky limestone in Champagne is the secret behind their amazing finesse on the palate?

7pm Thursday 22nd September 2022

Terroir is a word, mostly used by the French and questioned by scientists. While there is no official link between soil type and the taste of wines made on these soils, we as wine lovers can recognise the origins of wines by the expression and structure the soil lends the wine.

This tasting will look at various soils and the resultant effect on the wine. No such thing as minerality? We shall see about that. Join Harriet Tindal MW to taste and discuss over a range representative wines.

Tickets are €45 and based on a first come first served basis. Sign up today.

This is an in shop tasting in Monkstown,


How wide is the divide in today's winesA blind tasting featuring some amazing wines to surprise your expectations

7pm Wednesday 27th July 2022

We know it’s the middle of the summer, but we’re hoping you’re still up for some knowledge based wine tasting.

This month we’re going blind… Lining up some classic styles from Europe, against their grape counterparts in the New World (Southern Hemisphere and USA). We’ll be looking at structure, winemaking techniques and climate. Culminating in identification and quality analysis.

This tasting promises to be fun, informative and a welcome diversion for some from the hectic summer holiday season.

Tickets are €45 and based on a first come first served basis. Sign up today.

This is an in shop tasting in Monkstown,



7pm Wednesday 15th June

Our Vino Cru members are growing both in numbers and in knowledge!

Join us this month as we look at sustainability in the vineyards. Sure, it’s a buzz word, fast becoming as popular as natural wine, organics etc. But do you know what it means?

We’re excited to welcome Malcolm from Hither and Yon in McLaren Vale for this tasting. Their family vineyard is working on a complete circle of regenerative agriculture. They are working on doing less in the vineyards by letting nature find a balance. If you are interested in learning more about soil health, carbon sequestering and Aussie wine this tasting is for you.

Of course, there will be a selection of 6 wines to taste during the discussion, we’ll be tasting and talking through Mal’s wines as well as one or two outliers. So if you’d like to put some stuffing in your convictions about sustainability, join us in June for our lively and interactive workshop.

Tickets for this event are 30 euro each.

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