We hope that you and your families have kept safe and healthy during restrictions
and are looking forward to emerging, as we ease our way back, again, to a new normality.
We are very excited to get the restaurant ready for the reopening on Tuesday the 4th of December.
We will be open Monday to Sunday from 1.00 pm to 10.00 pm
We can reassure you that we will have all the necessary precautions in place. And as always, our amazing team will be here with a big smile on their faces, even behind the masks 😊
Thank you to all of you for the support and positive messages through these times.
You are Amazing.
We look forward to seeing you back in La Caverna and Celebrate the End of the Year together.
Let’s stay Positive xxx
The Wine List
The list of our house wines.
We have a beautiful selection of wines in our house wine collection - white, rose and red. From Tuscany, Veneto and Venezie. House Wine was created to bring great wine, at a great price, to any great occasion. Find the perfect House Wine in our selection.
A question that comes up often is this: what is the difference between “Sparkling Wine” and “Champagne”? We have the easy and short answer for you, but also a longer education on the winemaking process and different styles of sparkling wine.
The easy and short answer: A sparkling wine should only be called Champagne if it comes from the region of Champagne, France.
In other words, all Champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is Champagne
A deeper Sparkling Wine education: Sparkling wine is made by taking the simple formula for fermentation (sugar + yeast = alcohol and CO2), and not allowing the resulting gas to escape. When you ferment wine in a closed or sealed environment, the CO2 returns into the wine, only to be released in the form of tiny bubbles after opening.
Our rose wines - very refreshing
With our extensive range of Italian Red, White, Sparkling and Rose Wines it is sure to leave your palate a very happy place. Plus now you can enjoy some of the VERY BEST Italian Wines in the World here in Dublin BY THE GLASS!
French wine has a hisory tracing back to the 6th century BC and they are one of the worlds largest producers of wine. With this in mind we wanted to bring
THE VERY BEST FRENCH WINES available in Ireland
to you to drink by the Glass and not be stuck buying highly priced bottles. From our Louis Latour Meursault Cru and the Chateau Lynch Bages, Pauliac Grand Cru 2009 to the Best Champagne Dom Perignon 2004 (one of their best years in recent times).
In Spain, winemakers often use the Spanish word elaborar (to elaborate) rather than fabricar (to produce/make) when describing the Spanish winemaking philosophy. This relates to the view that the winemaker acts as more of a nurturer of the grapes and wine rather than as a producer. (taken from Wikipedia)
The vineyards along Portugal’s windy Atlantic coast (the ones that make light, fresh, fruity whites) also make some of their reds in a similar light, tangy style, with alcohol typically nowadays around 11%.
With its enormously long coastline occupying a 2,610 mile tract of South America's western seaboard, Chile has a terrific diversity of climate and geography. With the Atacama desert to the north and the desolate ice-fields of Patagonia to the south, the scope for winemaking is confined to a small central belt of the country with a more moderate climate.
South African wine has a history dating back to 1659 with Constantia, a vineyard near Cape Town, being considered one of the greatest wines in the world. Access to international markets has unleashed a burst of new energy and new investment. Production is concentrated around Cape Town, with major vineyard and production centres at Paarl, Stellenbosh and Worcester.
Our wine from New Zealand
This “down under” continent is located in the Southern Hemisphere, west of South America and east of Africa. Because of its geographic location, harvest takes place in Australia six months before the harvest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Croatian wines - full of aroma
Selection of our apertifs