(...). We’re in Stanley’s on St Andrew’s Street in Dublin, downstairs in the wine bar. It’s an unplanned(...)

The contestants on The Jump 2016. Photograph:  Channel 4

(...) wine and guffawing while dressed like demented toddlers in multi-coloured onesies? There’s Sid Owen(...)

(...) the Germanic race like so much precisely counted blood. The French? Lovely wine. Great food. Nice(...)

Terry Wogan with (left to right) Tess Daly, Alesha Dixon and Fearne Cotton during the BBC Children In Need Appeal of 2011. Photograph: PA

(...) tiny sound booth with only a bottle of wine for company, made for some of the best entertainment(...)

Notes on France and Ireland:  Una Hunt’s essay  draws attention to the immense popularity of Irish airs throughout Europe  in the first half of the 19th century, and the vast, if now submerged, corpus of piano music in which these airs appeared

Chuilleanáin, Bernard O’Donoghue and Denis O’Driscoll), Brian Murphy (on the cultural relationship between wine(...)

(...) their roots, and they bought the space on the Main Street of Moira in County Armagh that houses Wine(...)

As a result of changes in the British alcohol guidelines, men in the Republic can drink three pints a week more than their counterparts in the North and still be considered at “low risk” of harm from alcohol.  File photograph: Johnny Green/PA Wire

(...) standard drinks and a bottle of wine contains eight standard drinks. The HSE said revised Irish drinking(...)

(...) eventually encounter a classic “eureka” moment when Joy fails to successfully clean up a broken wine glass(...)

A minute’s silence in Paris for the victims of the November terror attacks which claimed the lives of 130 people. Photograph:  Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

(...) in the Molenbeek quarter of Brussels, ran a café that sold wine, beer and hashish. Brahim detonated(...)