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  • Interview with Bushmills Whiskey Master Distiller on the Finest Irish Whiskey.

    Watch now if you are a whiskey enthusiast or newcomer and share the love of Bushmills Irish whiskey!

    Just be warned, one taste of the triple-distilled crisp ten year old whiskey and you'll begin to see why it's as popular as ever!

    We were very privileged to hook up with the elite and world renown whiskey makers, Bushmills, in the picturesque North Coast of Northern Ireland. Having a tete et tete discussing and tasting fine malts wasn’t the toughest day we have had at HDW!

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  • Hollywood star Sam Neill puts Home Delivery Wine in the Spotlight


    Sam Neill's tweet made it to the Belfast Telegraph! and left Kenny star struck when he tweeted this picture of Kenny. As Sam says "Your man Kenny at Kenny's Spar, Highfield, Magherafelt N.I. has your Xmas necessities well covered. Rejoice delivers!"

    Here's the link to the article in the Belfast Telegraph…/hollywood-star-sam-neil….

    And don't forget to get your Two Paddocks wine before we sell out!…



    Sam Neill is an actor who has frequented the large and small screens alike from blockbusters like Jurassic Park, The Piano and recently How to Hunt the Wilderpeople.

    But it’s not his acting skills that we are honing in on! New Zealander, Sam decided to invest the money he has made from these admirably steady stream of roles into fields of grapes - vineyards!

    This passion for alcohol is not one that was made on a whim. His father, following a career in the army took over the family liquor business that specialised in Beehive brandy imported from France and family members generations back imported Sicilian wine - alcohol is in his blood!

    Sam’s first venture into vineyard ownership was planting five acres of Pinot Noir in Gibbston. This is known as The First Paddock and was bought in 1993 and he claims it is the world’s southernmost vineyard!

    Six years later he purchased another seven-acre plot, which supplies the Proprietor’s Reserve bottling called The Last Chance after the Alexandra subregion’s gold-mining past. Neill is immensely proud of the fact that the spicy single-vineyard Last Chance 2012 won a trophy in the International Wine Challenge.

    His final purchase was a vineyard in Bannockburn. The Pinot Noir from this vineyard is destined for his third Proprietor’s Reserve bottling, one named after his dad, The Fusilier. The very polished 2014, which we have in stock, is the first vintage from this mature 15-acre vineyard.


  • Home Delivery Wine talk to Irish Whiskey Ambassador Joe Magowan of Powers Whiskey

    Irish Whiskey Ambassador Joe Magowan called in to our Magherafelt store to tell us a bit more about whiskey and have a cheeky tasting.
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  • Gin & Bear it this World Gin Day with Popsicles


    There is no denying that we all love a good G&T, no? Especially when it's World Gin day this Saturday!

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  • Home Delivery Wine talk to Leigh Claridge Of Sichel Wines

    Head of Sales and Marketing, Leigh Claridge called into Magherafelt to have a heart to heart with Kenny, over a bottle or two of Schiel wine of course...

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