Welcome to Green Man Wines

Green Man Wines is a shop and winebar situated in Dublin 6, where Terenure, Rathgar and Harold’s Cross meet. We offer a diverse range of authentic, interesting wines across all price points from everyday, good value wine under €12, right up to fine and very rare bottles.

We specialize in wines made by artisan growers, many of whom farm and produce their wine organically, biodynamically and ‘naturally’ (i.e. with low to very low physical and chemical intervention in the cellar). These wines are brimming with vitality, energy and drinkability. They are not made to a formula in order to please ‘the market’ – they are completely themselves, unique expressions of a specific place, vintage and culture.

As specialist independent, we excel both at finding these small batch wines as well as on our customer service ethos. We want you to have a great experience whether you pop in for a glass or a case of wine and we always endeavour to find something that suits your pocket, palate, mood and occasion.

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 11 am – 8 pm
  • Wednesday 11 am – 10pm
  • Thursday 11 am – 10pm
  • Friday 11 am – 10pm
  • Saturday 10.30am – 10pm
  • Sunday 12.30pm – 9pm

Wine Bar Opening Hours
We are open with a food menu
and wines by the glass and bottle

Wednesday-Saturday 5pm-10pm 

Sunday 5 pm – 8.30 pm

Wine Bar Menu

The winebar is a place to sample and enjoy great food and wine and to have the option of tasting wines that are sometimes a bit left-field and are not easily found, even by the bottle.

You are also welcome to choose any wine from the shop and enjoy it in the winebar for just €8.00 corkage.

Menu May 2016





“At one time, this was one of my all-time favourite red wines. I hadn’t come across it for a while so for a while, so I was delighted to see it at a tasting recently; it is as good as ever and still something of a bargain. Made by the de Conti family in Bergerac (right next-door to Bordeaux) this is modern French winemaking at its best. Light fresh blackcurrant and plum fruits, no oak and a dryish finish. Clean and moreish; perfect everyday wine to match up with roast meats – pork, lamb or beef, or pâtés and other charcuterie.” John Wilson: The Irish Times, Weds May 4th 2016