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flying from Switzerland to Ireland with 2 - 3 cases of wine

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Each year, my friends and I leave our hubbies and kids behind to do a girls trip. This coming year will be Ireland, however, I always like to stop in the Lavaux Terrasses of Vaud (Switzerland) to stock up on amazing wines for our trips.
Usually we are on mainland Europe, so driving from Switzerland to meet up with the rest of the gals at our vacation spot is easy, however, to go to Ireland it will be necessary to fly.
Am I able to either fly with the wines, or in the alternative, may I have the wines shipped in advance of our arrival in Ireland? I used to live in Switzerland, so I am aware only 2% is for export - hence the dilemma.
Any ideas out there?

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