TASTE THE BURREN – Free Range Pork & Wine Tasting

Join us for an evening of tasting home cooked award winning pork meats around the kitchen farm table and pairing with specially selected wines by Mark from the Wine Buff. He will bring a good selection of wines and expertly guide us how to pair them with our slow cooked succulent pork and ham that we will be serving with homemade trimmings and tips for the Christmas table and other festive occasions.

At Burren Free Range Pork Farm we breed our outdoor Saddleback pigs (rare breed) with the highest animal welfare and quality in mind – we ensure our pigs have plenty of good Burren grass and space to roam in the fields. We use no chemicals to promote growth in either fields or animals and keep our farming methods to a natural, traditional way. Our customers value the fact that we keep the rind on our cuts to enable a delicious crackling when cooked.

On the night you will also be able to place your order for meats and hams for the Christmas season and learn to choose a nice selection of wines to crown your Christmas table at home. We sell our meats directly to our customers by delivery or by pick up from our farm.

The Wine Buff is a specialist wine shop in Co. Clare and have been supplying high quality wines to the people of Ennis since 2001.They believe that wine is an artisan product and that it should reflect the climate, customs and culture of the place in which it is made. They are passionate about sourcing extraordinary wines from producers who are dedicated to their craft, wines that truly reflect the terroir of their origin.

Places are limited and pre-booking essential. Price 45 Euro per person.


Date 16 Aug, 2018
Time 4:06 - 4:06

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