The Oireachtas has its own wine, aptly labelled 'Houses of the Oireachtas'.
It comes in both red and white, with our elected representatives and guests enjoying it since 2013 for €15 a bottle.
But a tender has now been put out to find a new supplier.
According to the e-tender listing, the contract is worth €300,000 and is for 48 months.
Wine reviewer Mick O'Connell gave the existing wines the once-over on Moncrieff.
"These would be - pardon the pun, given they're called 'Houses of the Oireachtas' - these are very much house wines in a restaurant.
"But they happen to be house French wines: Chilean wine, Australian wine tends to come in at the cheapest price point - sometimes South Africa as well.
"They're the ones that you'll see on a wine list in Dublin for, say, €25 in a restaurant.
"This from France would be on a wine list at about €28/29.
"They're still what you would call entry-level on a wine list, but France you always pay a bit of a premium for".
Where are they from?
"There's a Sauvignon Blanc and there's a Merlot - they're both from Languedoc.
"Languedoc is the workhorse of France when it comes to [wine], it churns out a lot of wine.
"The Languedoc region by itself makes more wine than all of Australia combined per year".
But how do they measure up?
On the white wine, Mick says: "The Sauvignon Blanc is pretty decent".
As for the red, he says: "Do you know what I mean if I say 'This tastes a little bit like what my granny used to drink?
"When I taste a wine like this, it transports me back to wine in Ireland in the 1980s.
"It actually takes me back to jug wine - but actually box wine - out of my granny's fridge".
It won't be winning any election for taste, so.