The Killarney Wine Rooms
The Killarney Wine Rooms is Kerry's only interactive walk in wine cellar where you can appreciate an extensive range of wines from the best regions around the world in a stylish and relaxed atmosphere. Winner of the RAI (Restaurants Association of Ireland) Award for Best Wine Experence in Co.Kerry in 2014 our Wine Rooms house state-of-the-art self service Enomatic wine dispensing system which hosts a dazzling array of both white and red wines which can be sampled endlessly without the need for purchasing multiple bottles. The Killarney Wine Rooms also serves champagnes, ports, speciality whiskeys, sherries and dessert wines to further develop your palette and perhaps to mark a special occasion.
Killarney Wine Rooms is an interactive experience where you can browse the extensive range of wines available and simply use your prepaid debit card to help yourself to a tasting glass from as little as €1.20, a half glass from €3.50 and a full glass from €6.50. The card can be conveniently topped up to continue your wine tasting experience and can also be used on your next visit. The Killarney Wine Rooms are open from Sunday to Thursday 6.30-9.30pm & Friday & Saturday 6.30-10pm.
To book a table please call reception on 064 6638000.
Experience Wine Tasting at The Killarney Wine Rooms
For those of you who would like to experience a wine tasting evening accommpanied by delicious sharing platters of cheeses, charcuterie, tapenades & crusty breads then simply Click Here to view our sample Wine Tasting Menu. To read more Click Here.
Massimo Mirabile Sommelier of The Killarney Wine Rooms
Massimo Mirabile, our Head Sommelier, will be only too delighted to share his passion and knowledge of our fine wines and offer great advice on the different characteristics of the wines.
During the filming of Ryan's Daughter, the rooms now dedicated to The Killarney Wine Rooms were converted into a cinema, complete with tip-up seats and silver screen. Booked for two years solid, it was here that director David Lean and his team would gather every evening to view the day's shoot and edit the takes into the film now enjoyed worldwide.