Wine List

  • Sparkling & Champagne

  • Prosecco Cielo, Veneto, Italy

    • 200ml Single Serve £6.00

    A sparkling wine from the Veneto region, which has fashioned a dreamy Italian trance that is Prosecco. Much to Champagne’s exasperation, it’s a dream that looks set to continue unabated.

  • Cavalier Rosé Brut NV, Alsace, France

    • 125ml £6.00
    • Bottle £26.00

    A revolutionary pink fizz that’s very refreshing, not too dry with lovely delicate flavours that will set any celebration alight.

  • Prosecco Extra Dry Terredirai, Italy 2017

    • Bottle £28.00

    The perlage is delicate and persistent. Bouquet of acacia flowers, good intensity with notes of apple, lemon and grapefruit. It has a good structure, soft with emerging fruity notes; balanced and full bodied. It is pleasant and harmonious on the palate.

  • Pierre Nicolas Brut Rosé Champagne NV

    • Bottle £54.00

    On the nose, we find harmonious fruit aromas, particularly reminiscent of pears and raspberries. This is a full,

    round wine that leaves good impressions on the palate.

  • The Chubby Castor Champagne NV

    • Glass £12.00
    • Bottle £55.00

    This champagne has a clear finish that is slightly mineral and evanescent. The general flavour is fruity with hints of toasted bread. When you let it breathe, this cuvée becomes even more full-bodied and welcoming.

  • Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut Champagne NV

    • Bottle £99.00

    Style and quality bouquet of aromas, a unique combination of body, balance and finesse.

  • Moët et Chandon Vintage 2006

    • Bottle £120.00

    Every grand vintage from Moët is unique and original. A selection of the best wines from an outstanding
    harvest. Rich, full flavoured and toasty.

  • White Wines

    Fresh, Dry Whites

  • Macabeo, Castillo de Benizar, Castilla La Mancha, Spain

    • 125ml ££3.95
    • 175ml £5.00
    • 250ml £6.80
    • Bottle £29.00

    Single variety wine selected from the best Macabeo vineyards in La Mancha. It has an elegant and fruity aroma with a beautiful floral touch. In the mouth it is very balanced and fine with a hint of sweetness on the finish.

  • Pinot Grigio, Provincia Pavia, Marchesini, Lombardy, Italy

    • 125ml £4.80
    • 175ml £6.00
    • 250ml £8.20
    • Bottle £23.00

    Light, fruity flavours of peaches and pears, and a hint of nuttiness on the finish. Best enjoyed young and fresh, it is a versatile food wine.

  • Soave ’UP’, Umberto Portinari, Veneto, Italy

    • 125ml £5.85

    A classic Soave with light aromas. Refined with an excellent intensity. Slight touch of dried fruit, almonds, pear and golden apples. When in the mouth the texture is fresh and soft.

  • Picpoul de Pinet, Lumieres de Garrigue, Languedoc, France

    • Bottle £27.00

    An elegant nose with aromas of fresh fruit and citrus, especially grapefruit. The balance is zesty and harmonious with great varietal expression.

  • Albarino, Muidino, Bodegas Gallegas, Galicia, Spain

    • Bottle £29.50

    Albarino is a well kept secret of the fishing capital of Spain, Rias Baixas. It’s refreshing citrus and tropical fruit aromas are balanced neatly by mineral over tones and a good structure.

  • Produttori del Gavi , Gavi di Gavi, Piemonte, Italy

    • Bottle £38.00

    Cortese is on of Piedmonte’s finest white varieties and the constituent grape of the exalted wines of Gavi. Aromatically floral, with a crisply welcoming acidity, followed by ripe peach and nectarine on the tongue. The finish offers a delicate herbal extraction.

  • Chapel Down Bacchus Reserve, Kent, England

    • 125ml £7.90
    • 175ml £10.00
    • 250ml £12.70
    • Bottle £38.00

    English wine has always relied on the moderating influence of the Gulf Stream, and more recently, on the perceived effects of global warming. Initially overlaid with delicate fruit flavours and reminiscent of early season gooseberries, Bacchus offers a refreshing finish, from its abundance of natural grape acidity.

  • Chablis, Chateau de Maligny, France

    • Bottle £47.00

    This Chablis is a wine that is fresh and pleasant with a very present minerality and flavours of flowers. It has a good fruit together with a long persistency in the mouth.

  • Sancerre ‘Domaine Grandes Perrieres’ Jerome Gueneau, Loire Valley, France

    • Bottle £47.00

    A wine for those of us that love that chalky, limestone flavour that Sancerre is known for, It is bright and lively.

  • Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume, Chateau Maligny, France

    • Bottle £79.00

    the largest 1er Cru in Chablis and the wines are noted for their rounded citrus flavours and fresh streak of minerality.

  • White Wines

    Fruity, Aromatic Whites

  • Chenin Blanc, ‘Bush Vine’ Guru, Paarl, South-Africa

    • 125ml £4.30
    • 175ml £5.40
    • 250ml £7.30
    • Bottle £20.50

    A refreshing, fragrant wine with notes of lychee and kiwi. A good balance of fruit and acidity on the mid-palate with a clean finish.

  • Colombard Manseng, Domaine Denis Tastet, Gascony, France

    • Bottle £22.00

    This blend is a wine of fresh and fruity pleasure that combines flavour and elegance. The nose is fine with floral and citrus aromas. The palate is lively, light, and fruity, full of roundness and suppleness.

  • Sauvignon Blanc, Misty Cove, Marlborough, New Zealand

    • 125ml £5.85
    • 175ml £7.40
    • 250ml £10.00
    • Bottle £28.00

    Bouquet is full of lively gooseberry, fresh herbs and melon aromas with tropical passion fruit and citrus fruit character on the palate. This wine has great acidity and length, finishing refreshingly limey and elegant.

  • Vouvray La Fourcine, Demi-Sec, Loire Valley, France

    • Bottle £29.50

    A deliciously soft, medium dry wine with apple fruit and a smooth finish, Francois Bonhomme produces this excellent aperitif wine. A fresh, crisp, sweet fruitiness abounds in this wine made from the Chenin Blanc grape.

  • Muscadet Fief de la Brie, Loire Valley, France

    • 125ml £6.25
    • 175ml £7.90
    • 250ml £10.70
    • Bottle £30.00

    This is Francois Bonhomme’s finest cuvée. Pale and lemony yellow in colour, crisp and minerally fresh, with that broad, slightly creamy character you only find in the finest ‘sur lie’ Muscadet (wine left to gain complexity on it’s yeast ‘lees’)

  • NewPinot Auxerrois Ehrhart, Alsace, France

    • Bottle £31.00

    This Pinot Auxerrois is a variety of Pinot Blanc. It is tender and delicate and combines freshness and flexibility which represents these fine wines from Alsace. A wine with great power, a remarkable fruity wine from Val Saint Grégorie.

  • El Porvenir de Cafayete, Amatua Absoluto, Torrentés

    • 125ml £6.90
    • 175ml £8.70
    • 250ml £11.80
    • Bottle £33.00

    An exciting, if not surprising, background array of Thai flavours such as ginger, lime leaf and lemon grass, fuse with tropical lychee and rambutan. Delightful aromas of rose petal and citrus leaf on the nose.

  • Viognier Vaucluse, Domaine de Durban, Rhone Valley, France

    • 125ml £6.25
    • 175ml £7.90
    • 250ml £10.70
    • Bottle £30.00

    This is a very aromatic wine with a mixture of floral and fruit aromas. The fruit on the palate is a wonderful combination of citrus and stoned fruit such as pear, peach and grapefruit.

  • Jurancon Sec, Chant des Vignes, South-West France

    • 125ml £6.65
    • 175ml £8.40
    • 250ml £11.25
    • Bottle £32.00

    This richly aromatic, dry white, amazes with tropical fruit, white pepper and cinnamon aromas. On the palate the wine is creamy yet has minerality giving it a lovely freshness. Stoned fruit combined with hints of citrus provides an elegant and clean finish.

  • Riesling, Rk Kesselstatt, Mosel, Germany

    • Bottle £33.00

    The delectable aromas of several stone fruits combine to create a harmonious bouquet: slightly tart apple, or green pear and a bit of quince. On the palate, it is mouth-filling and powerful but not plump. Long, appealing finish.

  • Gewurztraminer Grand Cru ‘Hengst’, Domaine Saint-Remy, Alsace, France

    • Bottle £60.00

    The Gewurztraminer wines from the ‘Hengst’ area are highly complex, aromatic, generous, intense and rich, but also have an extraordinary freshness on the finish.

  • White Wines

    Fuller Bodied Whites

  • Rioja Blanco, Bodegas Mindiarte, Spain

    • 125ml £4.80
    • 175ml £6.00
    • 250ml £8.20
    • Bottle £23.00

    There is white fruit aroma (pear and banana) with a soft floral hint. The palate is very tasty and balanced with a very integrated fresh acidity. The aftertaste is pleasant and subtle.

  • Chardonnay Reserva, Apaltagua, San Antonio Valley, Chile

    • 125ml £5.65
    • 175ml £7.10
    • 250ml £9.65
    • Bottle £27.00

    Aromatically, it reveals hints of tropical fruit, such as passion fruit and pineapple. In the mouth it leaves a persistent note of lemon peel and melon.

  • Macon Blanc Villages, Domaine Perelles, Burgundy, France

    • Bottle £33.00

    A superb golden colour with subtle shades of green. When young it displays perfumes of spring flowers and exotic fruits, later revealing aromas of dried fruit and toasted bread. In the mouth it is flattering, supple and mellow.

  • Marsanne / Rousanne, Coleccion, San Antonio Valley, Chile

    • Bottle £33.50

    In the nose it is intense, with floral notes, and fruits such as apricots and golden berries. In the mouth it is fresh and mineral, with good volume and creaminess, with a persistent finish.

  • Un-Oaked Chardonnay, Stonemason, Currency Creek, Australia

    • 125ml £7.90
    • 175ml £10.00
    • 250ml £12.70
    • Bottle £38.00

    Produced using grapes from established vineyards of ultra premium quality located in the two renowned South Australian wine-grape growing districts, McLaren Vale and Currency Creek. This Un-Oaked chardonnay is full of fragrant stone fruit aromas which carry through to a medium bodied palate.

  • Pouilly-Fuisse, Domaine Thibert, Macon, France

    • Bottle £62.00

    Extremely fresh with green apple hints and nutmeg, closely knit crunchy crisp palate and a long creamy but quite refreshing finish.

  • Puligny Montrachet, Domaine Vincent Bouzereau, Cote D’or, France

    • Bottle £100.00

    Lovely aromas of grilled nuts interspersed with minerals make up the aromatic profile of the Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatieres. Sappy mineral and toast flavours are found in its silky, light to medium-bodied personality.

  • Meursault Charmes 1er Cru, Domaine Jean-Marie Bouzereau, Cote D’or, France

    • Bottle £110.00

    One of the highest regarded 1er Cru’s in Meursault. This wine, from the outstanding Jean-Marie Bouzereau is concentrated with lively acidity, fine integrated oak and a creamy texture.

  • Red Wines

    Light and bright reds

  • Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, Villa Garducci, Abruzzo, Italy

    • 125ml £4.40
    • 175ml £5.50
    • 250ml £7.50
    • Bottle £21.00

    The perfume is vinous and pleasant. The flavour is dry, soft and lightly tannic. Warmed by the Italian sunshine this wine has plenty of cherry and plum notes with a hint of spice and chocolate on the finish.

  • Pinot Noir Reserva, Huaquen, San Antonio Valley, Chile

    • 125ml £5.20
    • 175ml £6.60
    • 250ml £8.90
    • Bottle £25.00

    Very fresh and fruity almost like a red fruit juice with backbone. Unpretentious simple, flavoursome and a good everyday wine.

  • Medoc, Chateau Haut Gachin, Bordeaux, France

    • Bottle £26.00

    Pleasant and harmonious, with overtones of red and black fruits, black cherry, blackcurrants and prunes that are complemented by a subtle hint of vanilla and peppery spices. Soft and supple with sumptuous tannins and an elegant expressive finish.

  • Fleurie, Domaine de la Bouroniere, France

    • 125ml £6.25
    • 175ml £7.90
    • 250ml £10.70
    • Bottle £30.00

    This wine is characterised by its complex nose with some lovely red fruit aromas but above all, very floral nuances, including violet and iris, a hint of cut flowers round off the bouquet. On the palate, finesse and balance are the key words.

  • Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Vignerons de Buxy , Bourgogne, France

    • Bottle £34.00

    This wine offers a wide palette of aromas dominated by morello cherry and ripe red fruits. It’s structure is finely balanced with harmonious tannins.

  • Chianti Rufina, I Veroni, Tuscany, Italy

    • Bottle £33.00

    Intense and rich perfume yet fine with red berries and ripe red fruits aromas. Medium bodied taste and dry with balanced tannins, harmonic and persistent in the palate.

  • Volnay, Domaine Jean-Marie Bouzereau, Cote de Beaune, France

    • Bottle £80.00

    Aromas of red fruits with a vanilla oak. The mouth is round and still a little closed, but with the silky side specific to Volnay.

  • Nuits St George Clos des Forets, Domaine de L’Arlot, Cotes de Nuits, France

    • Bottle £155.00

    This is a monopole vineyard for the excellent Domaine de L’Arlot. The accent with the Arlot wines is on complexity, delicacy and underlying rather than overt power.

  • Red Wines

    Fruity and Smooth Reds

  • Hoopenburg Pinotage, Stellenbosch, South Africa

    • 125ml £4.60
    • 175ml £5.80
    • 250ml £7.85
    • Bottle £22.00

    Upfront aromas of strawberries and raspberries, with subtle hints of coffee and chocolate. Medium bodied. Fresh and fruity, along with a very fine grained mid palate tannin.

  • L’Or de Sud Merlot, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    • 125ml £4.80
    • 175ml £6.00
    • 250ml £8.20
    • Bottle £23.00

    Smooth, lush and ripe-fruited, this archetypal Merlot offers a silky soft style and a supple , plum and cherry infused profile.

  • Canchales, Rioja Tempranillo, Bodegas Riojanas, Spain

    • 125ml £4.80
    • 175ml £6.00
    • 250ml £8.20
    • Bottle £23.00

    Outright winner of the Gold Medal at the 2016 Sommelier Wine Awards in London. Tempranillo is Spain’s most widely planted, fine quality grape variety. Initially there are delicate spice notes on the nose followed by warm tobacco and faint herbal scents. Rich ripe-fruited flavours follow, including morello cherry and wild strawberries. An apparently simple Tempranillo, that rewards from the outset.

  • Shiraz, Creek Station, South-East Australia

    • Bottle £24.00

    Abundant Plum and ripe berry characters combine with and hint of cinnamon, pepper and vanilla oak, resulting in this approachable wine.

  • Malbec, ‘Selected Vines’ Don Aparo, Mendoza, Argentina

    • 125ml £5.85
    • 175ml £7.40
    • 250ml £10.00
    • Bottle £28.00

    Colourful and lightly perfumed with big juicy blackberry flavours, and overtones of plum and black cherry.

  • Rioja Crianza, Mindiarte, Bodegas Gallegas, Rioja Alta, Spain

    • Bottle £28.00

    Intense ruby-red colour, with great depth. To the nose, vanilla and cinnamon aromas stand out, mixed with mature fruit. In the mouth, it is smooth and round, with good body and very well integrated sweet tannins.

  • Minervois, Chateau Millegrand, Languedoc, France

    • Bottle £28.50

    Made from Grenache, Carignan and Syrah, this lush, oak-aged red offers intense forest fruits with notes of black pepper and spice. It is medium bodied yet well structured with a good backbone of fine tannins and restrained acidity providing an excellent, long finish.

  • St Emilion, Chateau Croix Blanche, Bordeaux, France

    • 125ml £6.65
    • 175ml £8.40
    • 250ml £11.45
    • Bottle £32.00

    Heavy, opulent and rich, yet the conditions of the vintage lent such wines amazing harmony too. An elegant wine with notes of dark fruits, smoky hints, good tannic structure and a long length.

  • Valpolicella Ripasso, Corte Alta, Veneto, Italy

    • Bottle £41.00

    Intense ruby red colour. Intense yet subtle nose with hints of spices and vanilla. Warm, full bodied with traces of dried fruit that bring to mind Amarone.

  • St Joseph Vignes de L’Hospice, Domaine Guigal, Rhone Valley, France

    • Bottle £125.00

    Possibly one of the finest wines in the renowned Guigal estate. A unique expression of the finesse of the Saint Joseph vineyards and the strength of the neighboring Hermitage wines across the river.

  • Red Wines

    Fuller Flavoured Rich Reds

  • Primitivo Terre Avare, Puglia, Italy

    • 125ml £5.00
    • 175ml £6.30
    • 250ml £8.60
    • Bottle £24.00

    Deep ruby red with violet reflections. Produced from the famous typical grapes grown in the area. Intense and sweet aromas on the nose. In the mouth it is harmonious, full and velvety.

  • Carmenere, Gran Reserva ‘Envero’ Apaltagua, Colchagua, Chile

    • 125ml £6.05
    • 175ml £7.65
    • 250ml £10.35
    • Bottle £29.00

    Ripe blackberries, tobacco, and spices. A remarkable combination of ripe fruit notes and oak mixed with vanilla. Its flavour is juicy, full, and concentrated, highlighting the softness in the mouth and the raspberry and plum tannins. A long and lingering finish.

  • Ribera del Deuro, Flores de Callejo, Spain

    • Bottle £34.00

    Intense cherry colour, The nose is very aromatic with plenty of wild red and black fruits. Notes of liquorice and coffee are also expressed. Ripe tannins on the palate are matched with a mouth cleansing acidity and layers of ripe black fruits.

  • Pomerol, Cuvée Hermine, Chateau La Maleone, Bordeaux, France

    • Bottle £35.00

    The nose is delicate, slightly smoky and floral, combining blackberry and raspberry with peony and liquorice. The palate has a crisp fruity and silky volume, tingling with black pepper, and evolving with roundness towards a lingering finish where violet and liquorice blend.

  • Costiere de Nimes Rouge, Chateau Roustan, Rhone Valley, France

    • Bottle £38.00

    Rich ruby red in colour. Aromas of blueberries, ripe cherries and warm cinnamon spices. Good structure with supple tannins.

  • Gigondas, St Francois Xavier, Rhone Valley, France

    • Bottle £45.00

    A generous fruity wine that expresses itself from the attack on a suave and exuberant mouth and seduces you with its aromas of red fruits and its freshness. Long finish on the cherry core for this Cru franc and straight texture by smooth, almost melted tannins.

  • Chateau Musar, Bekka Valley, Lebanon

    • 125ml £8.35
    • 175ml £11.05
    • 250ml £15.00
    • Bottle £42.00

    Classically structured, eccentric and intriguing in style, Château Musar has been described as one of the ’great wines of the world’. The initial burst of red cherries is followed by attractive yet distant notes of spice, game and leather on a lengthy finish. Traditional but judicious use of oak barrel ageing, adds to the wines longevity.

  • Crozes Hermitage, Domaine Alain Graillot, Northern Rhone, France

    • Bottle £51.00

    Packed full of superb fruit flavours. Very dark concentrated wine, which is intensely aromatic and complex.

  • Chateauneuf du Pape, Domaine de Nalys, Southern Rhone, France

    • Bottle £60.00

    Deep ruby red in colour with aromas of black currant, black berry, with some violet hints. Black berries and blackcurrant flavours are persistent as well as liquorice.

  • Margaux, Initial de Desmirail, Bordeaux, France

    • Bottle £62.00

    A beautifully smooth, ripe claret, with a deep garnet colour, supple blackcurrant and plum flavours and an intense but soft, approachable texture.

  • Amarone Vigna Camparol, Veneto, Italy

    • Bottle £90.00

    From vineyards located high in the hills between Verona and Lake Garda. A blend of regional grapes that produces a fruity, spicy wine which is very rich and powerful.

  • Gevrey Chambertin, Domaine Boillot, Burgundy, France

    • Bottle £92.00

    Deep red black to the rim with a nose of tight, savoury and mineral black fruit .Strong blackcurrant fruit on the palate, spicy and earthy, a distant floral note behind, rich with substantial ripe tannins behind leading to a long, evolving finish with hints of violets and black fruits.

  • Red Wines

    Not Just For The Summer

  • Cabernet Sauvignon Rosado, Castillo de Benizar, Castillo, Spain

    • Bottle £19.00

    A single-varietal made from the first musts of the finest Cabernet Sauvignon vines in La Mancha. Raspberry pink in colour, with aromas of fresh red fruits such as strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant. Fruity and full on the palate, with an elegant finish.

  • Another Story White Zinfandel, California, USA

    • 125ml £4.25
    • 175ml £5.30
    • 250ml £7.15
    • Bottle £20.00

    A welcoming, limpid, off-dry style, packed with flavours of strawberry and raspberry ice cream. Softly fruited marshmallow may spring to mind for some. Crowd pleasing, Californian pink, held at the finish by an invigorating lift to the palate.

  • Diamarine Coteaux Varios en Provence Rosé, France

    • Bottle £30.00

    Pale pink and very expressive on the nose. Deliciously tangy on the palate with fresh fruit and citrus peel aromas leading to a very elegant finish.

  • Sancerre Rosé, ‘Le Colombier’ Domaine Roger Neveu, France

    • Bottle £38.00

    Lovely light pink salmony hues with red fruit and rose aromas on the nose. This elegant fruity wine shows good balance, smoothness and lovely long lasting aromas.

  • Dessert Wines

    The proof is in the pudding!

  • Late Harvest Riesling, Apaltagua, San Antonio, Chile

    • 125ml £6.20
    • 375ml £18.00

    Its aromas are complex, dominated by mature fruit such as papaya, canned peaches, quince, with ginger notes, and mixed with a subtle floral background and a refreshing minerality, due to its origins.

  • Loupiac, Château Pontac, Bordeaux, France

    • 375ml £24.00

    Great finesse in the mouth, concentrated, lively, fresh and of a smooth creaminess. Nice nose of honey and a trail of yellow peach, fruit from the orchard. A fruity, soft palate, the evolution of a body slightly sweet and fruity, with notes of flowers and pollen.

  • Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise, Domaine de Duban, Rhone, France

    • 375ml £26.00

    This Muscat expresses itself with finesse. Delicate flavours tingle the tongue with notes of pear and apricot.