Posted on December 6, 2019

Why wine and dine when you can wine and cheese?

12 Dates of Crimbo
wine and cheese festival

Photo Credit: Eatyard

Blue cheese. Brie. Camembert. Wensleydale. These are only a fraction of the cheeses that you’ll get to sample at Eatyard’s Wine & Cheese festival this month.

The Wine & Cheese festival is back this winter after a successful summer event, giving fondue lovers a chance to taste some of Ireland’s finest farmhouse cheese and wine from the best names in Dublin.

Taking place in Jam Park, Airside Retail Park in Swords, the brie praising event will have plenty of music and entertainment for all attendees.

What better way to bond with someone than over a mutual love for le fromage bleu?

The video below will give you and insight on what to expect if you decide to purchase tickets for this festive event 🙂

Looks like a very fitting 12 dates of Crimbo if you ask me! 🙂

This winter festival is on until Saturday 12th December and you can get tickets here.

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