Wine

  Champagne and Sparkling Wines

1910 Prosecco, Le Couture, Treviso (Italy) N.V. £30
Fresh, light and elegant with impressive complexity of flavour, this wine shows aromas and flavours of orchard fruit, citrus, almonds and white flowers, with a soft mousse and beautiful complexity of flavour.
1930 Guy de Chassey, Champagne Grand Cru, Brut (France) N.V. £41
Only Grand Cru rated vineyards are used to make this family House Champagne. 20% of the blend is made up of older wine to add complexity and depth.
1925 Nyetimber, Classic Cuvée, from West Chiltington, Sussex, Brut (England) 2005 £50
Superb! Chosen by the Queen for her Jubilee Celebrations. Made in the Champagne style from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir & Meunier. Rich and creamy, showing balance & complexity.
1940 Moët & Chandon, Brut Imperial (France) N.V. £60
Moët & Chandon became the biggest by being the best. Their Brut Imperial really shows why they continue to be hugely successful. Stylish & classy with a fine smooth mousse.
1980 Bollinger, Special Cuvée, Brut (France) N.V. £65
Delicious, full bodied house style with creamy biscuity palate.  The tiny bubbles burst on the palate releasing lovely rich fruit flavours and a smooth long finish.
1970 Veuve Clicquot, Vintage Reserve (France) 2002 £80
Veuve-Clicquot’s vintage is two-thirds Pinot Noir to one-third Chardonnay. Aged to perfection and offering great ripeness, depth and complexity of flavour.
1990 Dom Pérignon (France) 1999/00 £150
Named after the monk from Hautvilliers Abbey who invented Champagne this is the ultimate in luxury.  The original super cuvée and one of the very best.

White Wines

1004 Sauvignon Blanc, Emiliana, Central Valley (Chile) 2014 £20
Pale lemon in colour with hints of green. On the nose, the wine is aromatic, offering fresh floral and citrus notes. The palate has additional notes of tropical fruit and bright fresh acidity.
1890 Un-oaked Chardonnay, Emiliana, Central Valley (Chile) 2014 £22
A lighter than usual style of Chardonnay. It has delicious aromas of apple, citrus and stone fruit on the nose followed by hints of peach and green apple on the palate.
1720 Piesporter Michelsberg, QbA, Mosel (Germany) 2013 £23
From the banks of the Mosel, this gentle, fruity wine is a perfect blend of Riesling and Muller-Thurgau grapes, both of which are aromatic and characterful.
1891 Chenin Blanc, Lowry’s Pass, Paarl (South Africa) 2014 £23
Lemony crispness and green apple flavours with ripe fruit, tempered by balancing acidity, give a mouth filling, yet refreshing palate.
1780 Pinot Grigio, Montevento, Provincia di Pavia (Italy) 2014 £24
A medium-bodied wine, fresh and lively made for easy drinking.  On the palate it is delicate and very clean with refreshing acidity on the finish.
1850 Chardonnay, Bin 21, Cranswick Smith, South East Australia (Australia)
This classic dry white has a golden colour showing powerful and distinctive varietal flavours with the added complexity of subtle and perfectly integrated vanilla oak on the finish.
2011 £26
1660 Sauvignon Blanc, Rooiberg Winery, Robertson (South Africa) 2014 £25
Aromatic, crisp Sauvignon with hints of lemon and lime; more subdued and subtle than many New World versions.
1600 Rioja Blanco, Marques de Caceres, Rioja Alta (Spain) 2014 £26
White Rioja made from 100% Viura grapes. It is fresh, light and aromatic, presenting delicate floral notes, orchard fruits and hints of gooseberry. There is an attractive mineral definition.
1220 Pinot Gris, Valée de Uco, Lurton, Mendoza (Argentina) 2013 £25
A lovely fresh, crisp Pinot, with vibrant fresh fruit – a wine of real character, rich in stone fruit, fresh, with delicate raisin notes.
1560 Muscadet-sur-lie, Domaine des Herbauges, Loire Valley (France) 2014 £26
The grapes were picked at full ripeness to give maximum flavour and after a cool fermentation; the wine was matured on its lees before being bottled “Sur Lie” giving a refreshing and natural spritz.
1875 Riesling, Mount Brown, Waipara,  (New Zealand) 2012 £29
This delicious Riesling has typical notes of white peach & limes. The concentrated palate has a wonderful intensity of grapefruit balanced by cleansing mineral acidity.
1630 Gewurztraminer, Cleebourg, Alsace (France) 2014 £31
A blend of delicate honeyed fruit and lychees. Lightly spiced, just off-dry, this is a good wine with cheese, terrines and spicy food.
1570 Vouvray, Château Gaudrelle, Sec, Loire Valley (France) 2012 £31
A medium-dry wine with ripe, concentrated fruit, which compliments the slightly richer seafood and white meat dishes.  Made from the Chenin Blanc grape.
1790 Gavi di Gavi, Nuovo Quadro, Piemonte (Italy) 2014 £32
From one of the best vineyards within the commune of Gavi. A lively fresh dry white with hints of apple and pear, made from North West Italy’s classic grape variety, Cortese.
1410 Sauvignon Blanc, Eradus, Marlborough (New Zealand) 2013 £33
A very mineral New Zealand Sauvignon, where the long growing season produces a fresh & herbaceous wine with some nettly notes. A lovely fragrant wine reflecting the brilliant light quality in Marlborough.
1410 Saint-Véran, Les Ombrelles, Burgundy (France) 2009 £32
Excellent Burgundy Chardonnay from next door to Pouilly Fuissé. Clean, orchard fruit aroma with a subtle honeyed palette.
1430 Macon Villages, Cave de Mancey, Burgundy (France) 2011 £33
From a small village in the Maconnais, this wine is complex, dry and well structured; it is honeyed, fresh, floral and zesty on the finish.
1590 Sancerre, Domaine Nozay, Loire Valley (France) 2014 £34
Rich & aromatic Sauvignon Blanc from one of the finest limestone sites. Firmly structured after extended ageing on the lees, it demonstrates a blackcurranty richness and a complex zesty finish.
1580 Pouilly-Fumé, ‘Les Berthiers’ – Dom. Landrat et Guyollot, Loire Valley (France) 2013 £34
This wine is elegant and well balanced with a light smoky aroma. It is wonderfully rich, with aromas of nettles, gooseberry on the palate, balanced by good weight of lemony acidity and a full flinty finish.
1460 Chablis, Domaine N&G Fèvre, Burgundy (France) 2010 £34
The nose is intense with peach, pear and citrus aromas balanced with a very distinct minerality. The palate is rich and intense with a very nice mineral balance.
 1470 Chablis, 1er Cru Vaillons, Domaine Vincent Dampt, Burgundy (France) 2013 £40
This has a classy, elegant nose reflected on the palate. From vines between 20 and 25 years old, this is very mineral and briny, with remarkable vivacity allied to a certain richness.
1480 Pouilly-Fuissé, Vieilles Vignes, Maison Auvigue, Burgundy (France) 2013 £41
In the village of Charnay, the family run company of Auvigue produces a range of exquisite wines. Concentrated old vine fruit with creamy, honeyed notes and silky texture.
1440 St Aubin Ier Cru, en Remilly, Domaine Olivier Leflaive, Burgundy (France) 2013 £44
An attractive green-gold in colour, with a delicious nose, poised and fresh with ripe apple fruit, lime zest & passion fruit. Luscious and honeyed, this is toasted, creamy and layered – a lovely wine, finishing long.
1450 Puligny Montrachet, les Meix, Olivier Leflaive, Burgundy (France) 2011 £53
Bright and alluring, it has aromas of orchard fruit layered with nuts and vanilla cream, complemented by a stony minerality – wonderfully focused and stylish.

Red Wines

1894 Merlot, Panul, Colchagua Valley (Chile) 2014 £20
Good aromatic intensity and richness of ripe dark vine fruits, blackberries and blackcurrants. Soft tannins and gentle flavours complete the package of this truly ripe varietal Merlot wine.
1880 Dry River Shiraz, South Eastern Australia (Australia) 2014 £23
A very easy drinking Aussie Shiraz – ultra soft with just a hint of sweet spice
1893 Cabernet Carmenère, El Campesino Central Valley (Chile) 2013 £22
This Cabernet-Carmenère blend is classicChilein a bottle: soft, velvety and lightly spiced with smoky notes of dark fruit and a subtle, characteristic herbal touch.
1892 Malbec, Chamuyo, Mendoza (Argentina) 2014 £23
This Malbec is bright cherry red with violet hue. It shows intense aromas of ripe red summer fruit, herbs and subtle warm spice. The palate is medium-bodied, rounded yet fresh with soft, supple tannins.
1897 Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot, Rooiberg Winery, Robertson (South Africa) 2013 £24
A full-bodied, ripe, fruity well-balanced wine with leafy fresh notes and savoury spice on the finish. The classic Bordeaux blend with a modern twist.
1830 Rioja Tinto Mirador Rioja (Spain) 2014 £24
Just what you would expect from Rioja, a lovely blend of ripe fruit, vanilla and a gentle hint of oak. Outstanding value!
1820 Bin 19 Cabernet Merlot Cranswick Smith South East Australia (Australia) 2014 £25
This appealing blend of Cabernet & Merlot, vinified separately, results in a wine showing bright blackcurrant fruit complimented by a heavy dash of spice, with traces of well integrated oak.
1050 Corney and Barrow’s House Claret, Bordeaux(France) 2011 £26
An easy-drinking Merlot dominated style reinforced by a characteristic backbone of Cabernet. Elegant, yet not too serious, with a ripe, rounded palate and generous plummy fruit.
1510
Côtes du Rhône, Domaine de l’Amandine, Rhône Valley (France)
2011 £27
A fresh and vibrantly fruitySouthern Rhôneblend, which is predominantly spicy and smoky Syrah, with the balancing addition of Grenache, Carignan and Cinsault.
1898 Pinot Noir, Reserva, Vinemar, Casablanca Valley (Chile) 2013 £26
Purple-pink in colour with a bright nose of spicy ripe plum and cherry. Finely structured and elegant on the palate, with juicy, forest fruit and cinnamon spice flavours.
1100 Château Lescalle, Bordeaux Supérieur, Bordeaux (France) 2012 £31
A superb property located on the edge of the famous Margaux appellation. Made predominantly with Merlot grapes, this delicious claret is consistently well made. It has ripe supple fruit and soft tannins.
1855 Pinotage, Fairview, Paarl (South Africa) 2013 £31
Pinotage is a hybrid made up of Pinot Noir and Cinsault and was created inSouth Africa. Soft, ripe cherries explode on the palate, complemented by savoury notes and a lightly toasted character.
1896 Zinfandel Beyer Ranch, Wente, Livermore Valley (California) 2011 £32
This lovely Zinfandel – California’s signature grape, displays a firm round fruitiness to start and then evolves through to a chunky finish, which lingers smoothly.
1895 Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec Esk Valley (Hawkes Bay) 2011 £34
The core of Merlot offers mid palate richness with plum and berry characteristics. Malbec contributes red berry flavours and Cabernet Sauvignon provides a firm tannin structure and a minty complexity.
1070 Château Gachon, Montagne St Emilion, Bordeaux (France) 2010 £33
A deep ruby coloured wine, with purple hues and a soft nose of cherry, cassis & spice. On the palate it is well balanced, with a soft tannic structure and a complementary soft mid-palate of ripe red berry fruit.
1899 Pinot Noir, Eradus, Marlborough (New Zealand) 2013 £34
Superb example of New Zealand’s best red wine grape. It is rich in cherry fruit and layered with toasted, spiced oak with hints of leather and mocha cream.
1400 Fleurie, Vieilles Vignes, Sarl Joubert, Beaujolais (France) 2013 £34
One of the best “crus” of the region is this one, producing wines with great individual character.  Aromatic, sweet fruit allied to an easy, silky texture.
1520 Crozes-Hermitage, Les Jalets, Paul Jaboulet Ainé Rhône Valley (France) 2012 £36
Made from 100% Syrah. The pure aromatic cassis, leather and spice aroma is rich and alluring. There is good acidity and soft tannins on a long silky finish.
1825 Rioja, Reserva, Marqués de Riscal, Rioja (Spain) 2010 £40
This Reserva quality comes from the oldest bodega in Rioja. Aged in cask for at least two years followed by a further year in bottle. Riscal Rioja has a ripe fruity bouquet and a lingering oaky flavour.
1130 Château Barrail du Blanc, Grand Cru Classé, St-Emilion, Bordeaux (France) 2011 £38
From the highly-acclaimed Moueix stable, this 70% Merlot & 30% Cabernet Franc blend is early drinking and accessible. Medium weight and fresh on the palate, this has a lovely balance and concentration.
1530 Chateauneuf du Pape, Domaine de Nals, Rhône Valley (France) 2009 £43
Oak matured traditional Châteauneuf predominantly blended from Grenache with Syrah, Counoise and Mouvèdre adding complexity of wild herbs, cedar and pepper to its rich, spicy and full bodied character.
1810 Amarone della Valpolicella, Classico, Rugola, Fabiano, Veneto (Italy) 2010 £49
Made from dried grapes, this is beautifully structured very full bodied wine with soft tannins and gentle acidity. On the palate there are notes of sour cherries with hints of ripe plum, cinnamon and spices.
1335 Nuits Saint-Georges, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Michelot, Burgundy (France) 2010 £57
The Nuits Vieilles Vignes comes from 75-year-old Pinot Noir vines, which contribute outstanding richness. It has considerable weight, ripe fruit character, big, soft tannins and a long satisfying finish.
1190 Château Batailley, 5me Cru Classé, Pauillac, Bordeaux(France) 2006 £60
Two thirds Cabernet Sauvignon to one third Merlot combine to provide an aristocratic wine, succulent and ripe, supported by harmonious tannins and a lingering complex finish.
1170 Château du Tertre, Margaux, Bordeaux (France) 2006 £75
A lovely, expressive nose with sweet red fruits combining with violet notes. The palate has structured yet very fine grained tannins, and pure crunchy red fruit flavours.
1180 Château Leoville Barton, 2eme Cru, St Julien, Bordeaux (France) 1999 £125
An opaque, ruby/purple colour is accompanied by impressive aromas of cedar wood, black fruits, spice box and loamy soil. Plenty of deep Cabernet Sauvignon cassis fruit and an enveloping cloak of sweet vanilla oak.

Rosé Wines

1006 La Brouette Rosé, Vin de Pays du Comté Tolosan (France) 2014 £21
This is dry Rosé, yet fruity and juicy, with well-balanced supple tannins and lively acidity; it is made from a carefully selected blend of grapes from South-West France.
1009 Pinot Grigio Blush, Montevento, Provincia di Pavia (Italy) 2014 £23
A fresh, well balanced and fruity wine with elegant, floral, notes and hints of pear and apricot. Pinot Grigio with a fruity touch, perfect for sipping or matching with fish and delicate dishes.
1007 Rioja Rosado, Ramon Bilbao, Rioja (Spain) 2014 £25
Clear salmon and rosewood pink, delicate notes of strawberries, apricot and orange tree blossom. Light and vivid mouthfeel with a balanced freshness and fruity finish.
1960 Sancerre, Rose, Domaine Tissier, Loire Valley (France) 2014 £34
From a tiny family estate with vineyards on one of the best slopes of Sancerre. A delicate and fresh wine with attractive strawberry fruits

Half Bottles – White Wine

2004 Sauvignon Blanc, Viña La Playa, Colchagua Valley (Chile) 2011 £11
This is a terrific example of crisp, aromatic Sauvignon. It has a floral bouquet with nettle and blackcurrant aromas backed by gooseberry, passion fruit and a soft acidity on the palate.
2780 Pinot Grigio, Portenova, Veneto (Italy) 2010 £14
This is a typical Pinot Grigio from northeast Italy.  Elegant and dry with a perfume of acacia flowers, almonds and dried fruit. A soft, well-balanced palate combines citrus, exotic fruit and fresh apples.
2850 Chardonnay, Brightview, Simon Hackett, Barossa Valley (Australia) 2009 £16
This classic dry white has a golden colour showing powerful and distinctive varietal flavours with the added complexity of subtle and perfectly integrated vanilla oak on the finish.
2410 Saint-Véran, Moulin du Pont, Domaine Auvique, Burgundy (France) 2010 £18
A delicious oak aged dry white, sourced from chalk rich vineyards which tower above the famous towns of Pouilly and Fuissé. It has a full, ripe, buttery character with a fresh and supple balance.
2630 Gewurztraminer, Paul Zinck, Alsace (France) 2008 £18
The marl and limestone rich vineyard produces full aromatic Gewürztraminer with the subtle perfume of roses, lychees and cinnamon with dry acidity and mineral nuances.
2560 Muscadet-sur-lie, Côtes de Grandlieu, Loire Valley (France) 2010 £18
The grapes were picked at full ripeness to give maximum flavour and after a cool fermentation, the wine was matured on its lees, before being bottled “Sur Lie” giving a refreshing and natural spritz. (NB 50cl )
2590 Sancerre, Domaine Gérard Morin, Loire Valley (France) 2010 £19
Rich & aromatic Sauvignon Blanc from one of the finest limestone sites. Firmly structured after extended ageing on the lees, it demonstrates a blackcurranty richness and a complex zesty finish.
2460 Chablis, Domaine N&G Fèvre, Burgundy (France) 2010 £19
The nose is intense with peach, pear and citrus aromas balanced with a very distinct minerality. The palate is rich and intense with a very nice mineral balance.
2450 Puligny Montrachet, Jean Pascal, Burgundy (France) 2009 £29
This Puligny is elegant, not overly oaked and retains a lovely concentration of butterscotch and hazelnuts and finishes with complex flavours of brioche and cinnamon.

Half Bottles – Champagne

2930 Guy de Chassey, Champagne Grand Cru, Brut (France) N.V. £25
Only Grand Cru rated vineyards are used to make this family House Champagne. 20% of the blend is made up of older wine to add complexity and depth.
2940 Moët & Chandon, Brut Imperial (France) N.V. £37
Moët & Chandon became the biggest by being the best. Their Brut Imperial really shows why they continue to be hugely successful. Stylish & classy with a fine smooth mousse.
2950 Billecart Salmon, Rosé (France) N.V. £44
Rosé Champagne has long been a prestige speciality of Billecart Salmon The elegant, silky Rosé is a pale salmon pink colour, has a fine mousse and a subtle bouquet of soft red fruits.

Half Bottles – Red Wine

2893 Cabernet Sauvignon, Viña La Playa, Colchagua Valley (Chile) 2010 £12
On the nose there are notes of plum, blackberry, strawberry and vanilla. This rounded & full-bodied Cabernet shows an excellent structure and ripe tannins, with a long and appealing finish.
2070 Château Gachon, Montagne St Emilion, Bordeaux (France) 2008 £18
A deep ruby coloured wine, with purple hues and a soft nose of cherry, cassis & spice. On the palate it is well balanced, with a soft tannic structure and a complementary soft mid-palate of ripe red berry fruit.
2520 Crozes-Hermitage, Les Jalets, Paul Jaboulet Ainé, Rhône Valley (France) 2009 £20
Made from 100% Syrah. The pure aromatic cassis, leather and spice aroma is rich and alluring. There is good acidity and soft tannins on a long silky finish.
2400 Fleurie, ‘La Madone’ Selection Georges Blanc, Beaujolais (France) 2010 £20
Fleurie has a distinctly floral bouquet of violets & summer fruits and is perhaps the most elegant and approachable of the Beaujolais Crus. This very fruity wine is full of lush flavours.
2825 Rioja Reserva, Marqués de Riscal, Rioja (Spain) 2006 £22
This Reserva quality comes from the oldest bodega in Rioja. Aged in cask for at least two years followed by a further year in bottle. Riscal Rioja has a ripe fruity bouquet and a lingering oaky flavour.
2530 Chateauneuf du Pape, Domaine du Grand Tinel, Rhône Valley (France) 2009 £25
Oak matured traditional Châteauneuf predominantly blended from Grenache with Syrah, Counoise and Mouvèdre adding complexity of wild herbs, cedar and pepper to its rich, spicy and full bodied character.
2335 Nuits Saint-Georges, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Michelot, Burgundy (France) 2007 £30
The Nuits Vieilles Vignes comes from 75-year-old vines, which contribute outstanding depth and richness. It has considerable weight, ripe fruit character, big, soft tannins and a long satisfying finish.
2190 Château Batailley, 5eme Cru Classé Pauillac, Bordeaux (France) 2004 £33
Two thirds Cabernet Sauvignon to one third Merlot combine to provide an aristocratic wine, succulent and ripe, supported by harmonious tannins and a lingering complex finish.

Wines by the Glass (175ml)

White

Vintage Glass
1004 Sauvignon Blanc, Emiliana, Central Valley (Chile) 2011 £5.25
Pale lemon in colour with hints of green. On the nose, the wine is aromatic, offering floral and citrus notes. On the palate it is fresh and zesty with lively acidity on the finish.
1890 Un-oaked Chardonnay, Emiliana, Central Valley (Chile) 2011 £5.85
A lighter than usual style of Chardonnay. It has delicious aromas of apple, citrus and stone fruit on the nose followed by hints of peach and green apple on the palate.
1780 Pinot Grigio, Montevento, Provincia di Pavia (Italy) 2011 £6.15
A medium-bodied wine, fresh and lively made for easy drinking.  On the palate it is delicate and very clean with refreshing acidity on the finish.
1870 Sauvignon Blanc, Eradus, Marlborough (New Zealand) 2011 £8.25
A very mineral New Zealand Sauvignon, where the long growing season produces a fresh & herbaceous wine with some nettly notes.
1460 Chablis, Domaine N&G Fèvre, Burgundy (France) 2010 £8.85
The nose is intense with peach, pear and citrus aromas balanced with a very distinct minerality. The palate is rich and intense with a very nice mineral balance.

Red

1894 Merlot, Panul, Colchagua Valley (Chile) 2011 £5.25
Good aromatic intensity & richness of ripe dark vine fruits, blackberries & blackcurrants. Soft tannins and gentle flavours complete the package of this truly ripe Merlot.
1880 Shiraz, Stonefish, South Eastern Australia (Australia) 2010 £5.95
Mid weight Aussie Shiraz packed with soft, ripe dark fruit. On the palate the wine is very gentle and smooth with just a hint of sweetness on the finish.
1830 Rioja Tinto, Mirador de Navajas, Rioja (Spain) 2011 £6.05
Just what you would expect from Rioja, a lovely blend of ripe fruit, vanilla and a gentle hint of oak. Outstanding value!
1100 Château Lescalle, Bordeaux Supérieur, Bordeaux (France) 2008 £8.15
Made predominantly with Merlot grapes, this delicious claret is consistently well made; it has ripe supple fruit and soft tannins.
1899 Pinot Noir, Eradus, Marlborough (New Zealand) 2010 £8.50
Superb example of New Zealand’s best red wine grape. It is rich in cherry fruit and layered with toasted, spiced oak with hints of leather and mocha cream.

Rosé

1006 La Brouette Rosé, Vin de Pays du Comté Tolosan (France) N.V. £5.25
This is dry Rosé, yet fruity and juicy, with well-balanced with supple tannins and lively acidity made from a carefully selected blend of grapes from South-West France.

Sparkling (125ml)

1910 Prosecco Le Colture Treviso (Italy) N.V. £5.75
Fresh, light and elegant with impressive complexity of flavour, this wine shows aromas and flavours of orchard fruit, citrus, almonds and white flowers. Makes a great Bellini!
1930 Guy de Chassey, Grand Cru, Brut, Champagne (France) N.V. £7.25
Only Grand Cru rated vineyards are used to make this family House Champagne. 20% of the blend is made up of older wine to add complexity and depth.NB Wines and prices are correct at time of “going to press”and are subject to variation without notice. VAT at 20% is included.

 

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