Our Irish Wines

Lovingly crafted in the Garden of Ireland, Móinéir Irish Wines are luxurious, artisan wines made from 100% Irish berries, in Ireland's first fruit winery, by Wicklow Way Wines.

Inspired by the fertile countryside of Ireland, Móinéir is the Gaelic word for ‘meadows’, where we picked the berries for our first fruit wines. Made in small batches at our County Wicklow winery, entirely from local Irish fruit, our wines offer tantalising aromas, flavours and colours, and are a unique way to savour a little of Ireland’s rich bounty.

Móinéir Irish Raspberry Wine


Launched at Bloom in the Phoenix Park in June 2018 our Raspberry Wine, handmade in the lush, green countryside of County Wicklow, was created from raspberries grown in Ireland's fertile meadows. The purity and intensity of the flavours and aromas of the berries are reflected in the light-bodied, fine, off-dry style of the wine, capturing a rare taste of the fleeting Irish summer. 

Perfect as a gift or as a wine for special occasions, it pairs beautifully with a range of dishes.

Buy from selected stockists in Ireland or from our online store.

  • ABV 10%.

  • Low in Sulphites

  • Suitable for Vegans


Móinéir Irish Strawberry Wine

Our flagship Strawberry Wine is created from hand-picked Irish strawberries,  with around one hundred and fifty small strawberries in each bottle, gently pressed to yield their juices, then carefully fermented over a number of weeks, and aged to a golden-red hue. This artisan wine is handcrafted in small batches in the Garden of Ireland.

Dancing with the aromas of summer, the taste is complex and alluring on the palate, while a hint of sweetness gives way to full-bodied flavour, which tapers to a crisp finish.

Pairing well with the light, fresh meals of summer, it is also delicious as an aperitif.

Buy from selected stockists in Ireland or from our online store.

  • ABV 11%.

  • Low in Sulphites

  • Suitable for Vegans


Móinéir Irish Blackberry Wine

Released in October 2016 our blackberry wine with wild elderberries deliciously captures the flavours of late summer and autumn.

Elderberries are a native Irish plant, growing happily in meadows and hedgerows and often inhabiting areas that are quite inaccessible. The wild elderberries in this wine were painstakingly foraged around the Wicklow Mountains during autumn 2015, then blended with luscious Irish blackberries to create this delicious wine. With real depth of fruit flavour we have captured the moment when the Irish summer turns to autumn.

Perfect as a gift or as a wine for special occasions, it pairs beautifully with red meats and cheeses.

  • ABV 11%.

  • Low in Sulphites

  • Suitable for Vegans

Tours and Tastings

At the Winery:

Set in the beautiful Wicklow hills, just 30 minutes from Dublin, is Ireland’s first and only winery where wines from locally grown strawberries, blackberries and raspberries are created.

We look forward to seeing you when you visit, and suggest you dress casually and comfortably and prepare to have a relaxed and informal time with us. Either Brett or Pamela, the founders and winemakers at Wicklow Way Wines, will meet you and bring you on your personalised tour around the winery. (Please note you’ll be visiting a working winery, not a vineyard - we don’t use grapes in our wines).

You’ll see where the wines are made, and will be given an overview of the winemaking process. Depending on the time of year you may see a fermentation underway and experience the aromas and sounds of the fermenting berry juices. You’ll see how each bottle of wine is handmade and then individually hand bottled, corked, labelled and numbered.

After the tour you’ll be brought to the tasting room, overlooking the vats of wine, for a wine tasting and food pairing. The three wines you’ll taste are Móinéir Irish Strawberry, Blackberry and Raspberry Wine, all of which are made from locally grown berries, without grapes. The tasting will include a pairing with two Irish cheeses and chocolate (vegan options available on request), chosen for their high quality and wonderful flavours, and because they pair very well with our wines.

The tour and tasting last around 45 to 60 minutes and wines may be purchased at the winery following the tour.

You must be 18 to taste the wines, so please be prepared to show identification.

Tour Availability:

Tours are generally run Wednesday to Sunday each week, with notification given below, one week in advance, if these days are not available. Please arrive 5-10 minutes in advance of the start time in order to purchase your ticket (€25 per person). Advance ticket purchases are not required however are suggested to ensure a place on a tour on your preferred time and date. You can also purchase your tickets here in advance and then contact us to confirm your preferred time and date. We can accommodate a maximum of 9 people per tour without advance booking.

January 2019:

Tours are available Wednesday to Sunday, commencing promptly at 2pm and 3:30pm unless stated below:

Tours not available: Friday 18th January and Saturday 19th January.

February 2019:

Tours are available Wednesday to Sunday, commencing promptly at 2pm and 3:30pm

Tours not available: Sunday 3rd February.

Confirmed Bookings

Confirmed bookings are required to ensure a place on a tour, for days and/or times outside those noted above, or if vegan options are requested. Confirmed bookings outside the times noted require a minimum of 4 people. To arrange a tour outside of standard hours please purchase your tickets here, and then contact us on [email protected] to arrange a time. We aim to respond within 24 hours.

Confirmed, advance bookings are required for parties of 10 or more.

Meet the Makers Tour:

We've teamed up with other innovative food and drink producers in Wicklow for a new 'behind the scenes' Food and Drink tour to the Garden of Ireland. This experience will connect you with the real people behind some of the fantastic innovations happening in Ireland’s food and drink scene today. Escape the city and visit multiple owner-operated producers on this one-day tour. You'll visit Killurddery House and Gardens, Wicklow Way Wines, Glendalough Distillery, The Firehouse Bakery and Wicklow Wolf Brewery. Click here to book your tour.

Out and about:

With the Irish festival of Imbolc approaching you’ll find us here;

  • 3rd February - Hook Lighthouse, Wexford

Care for the Environment

We are proud to be a Verified Member of Bord Bia's Origin Green, Ireland’s world-pioneering programme of commitment to sustainable food and drink production.

With our lifelong and personal commitment to the environment sustainability is close to our hearts and we carry this concept throughout our production process. Our fruit is either foraged or selected exclusively from Bord Bia-approved growers, and the fruit pulp that remains after the berries are pressed is broken down into microbially-rich compost, used for food production.  Learn more..


The Story behind Móinéir Fruit Wines

Our story

Pamela Walsh and Brett Stephenson, founders.  Photo by Kinlan Photography.

Pamela Walsh and Brett Stephenson, founders.  Photo by Kinlan Photography.

Wicklow Way Wines is Ireland's first fruit winery, home to Móinéir Fine Irish Fruit Wine and the culmination of an adventure that has taken us on a meandering route that started in Ireland, then continued through the mountains of California before returning to Ireland, and taking root in the verdant meadows of County Wicklow.

Before we started our business we were involved in very different careers – Pamela was a senior executive with Airtricity, building windfarms to help reduce Ireland's dependence on imported fuels, and reduce energy-related carbon emissions. Brett was a professional audio engineer, working on commercials and films and with a diverse array of major musical performers such as U2, Van Morrison, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eric Clapton and the San Francisco Opera. 

What we always shared, however, is genuine care for the environment and a deep appreciation for the natural foods of Ireland. We've been fascinated with growing food and exploring the unique flavours this island offers. We have made all kinds of unusual wild foods, including hawthorn berry syrup and elderberry jam, and even discovered how to make a palatable nettle, dandelion and mint smoothie! So for us it was a big step, but also a natural step to explore creating our own wines, and to make them as sustainable as possible. 

Learn more....

Fruit Wines and Food

Delicious with food

The complex flavours of Móinéir Strawberry Wine make it an ideal partner for a wide variety of Irish foods including salads and cheese, pork and lamb, poultry, salmon and seafood.

Its aromatic qualities and slightly off-dry style mean that it also matches well with spicy foods, which can be difficult to pair with most grape wines.

We don’t use any animal products in our purification process, so our wine is suitable for Vegans.


Colourful, fresh, fragrant, full of summer flavour, and of course, uniquely Irish – Móinéir Strawberry Wine makes a special wedding wine, either served as an aperitif at your reception, or served with dinner as a memorable treat.

Summer picnics and parties
Alfresco eating and Móinéir Strawberry Wine are a sublime combination. Our wine is moderately low in alcohol and an excellent companion for grilled fish, meats, salads and fruits.

Christmas and New Year
Festive celebrations call for something special and different. The complex and deep flavours of Móinéir Blackberry Wine should be savoured and enjoyed with a Christmas feast, combining harmoniously with game, fowl and strong cheeses.

Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you!  Drop us a line if you have any feedback, or you'd like to find out more:


Wicklow Way Wines
Unit 8, Newtown Business and Enterprise Centre
Co Wicklow

[email protected]

M: 086 947 7396 

Twitter: @WicklowWayWines

Instagram: WicklowWayWines

Facebook: WicklowWayWines

Media and Endorsements 

Since the very successful launch of Móinéir, at Bloom in the Phoenix Park, in June 2016 we have received fantastic publicity and endorsements from food and wine experts, critics and the media, along with a great response from the public. Thanks so much to everyone who has supported us so far!

Here is some of the coverage we've received to date...

Bloom 2016 - Launch of Móinéir

John Wilson, Irish Times Wine Correspondent, Julie Dupouy, Sommelier at The Greenhouse, Ed Jolliffe, Sommelier at Chapter One, Neven Maguire, MacNean House, Neven's Irish Food Trails, RTE1


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