Bunratty Meade is a traditional wine, produced from an ancient Irish recipe of pure honey, fruit of the vine and natural herbs. It's a medium sweet wine, with a wide taste appeal, and suitable for all important occasions. As the drink of the ancient Celts, Meade derives much of its appeal through Irish Folklore, which is legendary of this mystical drink with strong attachments to Ireland. It was said to possess powers of virility and fertility, and it became customary for a bride and groom to drink Meade for one full moon after their wedding, giving birth to the word 'honeymoon'. The ideal way to serve Meade is chilled and served over ice with a slice of Irish Soda Bread or lemony Scones.