1. Charles Vercy Cuvée de Réserve Brut NV ~ £36.00
Aromas are intense and inviting combing power with elegance as well as rich flavours that are underpinned by an elegant and refreshing finish.
2. Taittinger Brut Reserve NV ~ £48.00
The style of this Champagne is elegant, with delicate notes of brioche, citrus fruits and fresh bread.
3. Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé NV ~ £62.00
The colour, brilliant pink, is shimmering and intense. The bubbles are fine and the mousse persistent. The nose, satisfyingly intense, is both fresh and youthful. It gives off aromas of red fruit (freshly crushed wild raspberry, cherry and blackcurrant.
4. Ruinart Blanc de Blanc NV ~ £76.00
Pale golden yellow colour. Luminous and brilliant. Ample mousse. An intense nose at first with notes of fresh citrus fruit and pronounced lime. Very supple, round and harmonious palate. Notes of nectarine, apricot and cherry plum. Good intensity.
5. Prosecco Brut Lamberti NV ~ £25.00
The success of Prosecco is optimised by Lamberti as a delightful aperitif style sparkling wine, dry and with a good body.
6. Herbert Hall, Brut 2014 ~ £34.50
From the garden of England, Kent, good fruit has been growing here for hundreds of years, so its no surprise Nick Hall the owner makes excellent Brut with a name like that I just had to list it and what’s more it is delicious.
7. Herbert Hall, Rose 2014 ~ £38.00
Like his Brut the rose is excellent with elegance and finesse with the perfect hint of pink it is perfectly fresh and delicious.
10. Bergerie de la Bastide Blanc ~ Vin de Pays d’Oc Languedoc 2015 ~ £18.75
This blend of white Grenache and Vermentino has soft waxy pear and ripe lime fruit and an agreeable herbal aftertaste.
11. Rive Haute, Colombard-Sauvignon ~ Vin de Pays Cotes de Gascogne 2015 ~ £19.50
The region of Gers is especially renowned for its white wines. Cool climatic conditions and sand/limestone soils are perfect for these varieties. The result is a vibrant and fruit forward style of wine with intense herbaceous character combined with notes of citrus fruit and a hint of wild flowers.
12. Chardonnay, Jaffelin 2014 ~ £19.75
From Maison Jaffelin who knows a thing a two about burgundy their expertise shows in this beautifully made white which never disappoints it delivers well above its station, fresh and well balanced.
13. Picpoul de Pinet ~ Domaine de la Mirande Languedoc 2015 ~ £23.50
Classic salty Picpoul with notes of greengage and white pepper The perfect foil for oysters, mussels and shrimp.
14. Mâcon Uchizy 2015 ~ Domaine Talmard ~ £24.50
Dry, buttery texture and elegant notes of stone fruits, citrus fruit and ripe melons are displayed in this classic burgundy.
15. Muscadet sur lie La Carizière ~ Domaine Landron Loire 2015 ~ £24.50
Biodynamic domaine making pure, mineral-tinged Muscadet from the Melon grape. Dry, crisp and typically saline, a lovely thirst-quenching example that goes well with all seafood.
16. Pinot Grigio del Veneto ~ Guerrieri Rizzardi 2014 ~ £25.50
An attractive floral nose which includes notes of citrus fruits and apples and is followed by a crisp silky mouth-feel and a dry, refreshing finish.
17. Chateau Puy Boyrein ~ AC Graves 2015 ~ £27.00
The Medeville family has been producing wine on this estate for three generations. This is an excellent example of beautifully balanced fresh White wine produced from quality Sauvignon and a touch of Semillon grapes.
18. Riesling Tesch, Unplugged ~ Langenlonsheim, Germany 2014 ~ £28.50
A superb find. It smells and tastes of apples, petrol/mineral, limes and a bit of stone fruit too. In the mouth bright and particularly minerally, spice laden with great penetration and flavour. Good crisp dry and long finish, excellent for fish, shellfish and poultry.
19. Pinot Blanc Trimbach ~ Alsace 2014 ~ £29.50
Dry with a firm structure, lovely lemony fruit with lots of breadth, minerally backbone and a truly elegant poise and balance. Ideal for light meals and banquettes.
20. Chardonnay Eikendal Vineyards 2014 ~ £28.50
Characterful wine showing overt French oak that combines perfectly with tropical fruit aromas. On the palate the excellent creamy texture is beautifully underpinned by refreshing acidity.
21. Gruner Veltliner ~ DAC Weingut Steininger 2014 ~ £29.50
Aromas are youthful and express notes of citrus fruit, green apple and a hint of white pepper. Dry, crisp with a pleasant mouth-feel and a long finish.
22. Framingham Sauvignon ~ Marlborough, New Zealand 2014 ~ £32.50
Sauvignon with lees contact for extra body and complexity. Ripe blackcurrants and passion fruit underpinned by tangy acidity. Good with salmon or trout and works well with slightly spiced dishes.
23. Chablis ‘Emile Petit’ ~ Jean Marc Brocard 2014 ~ £33.50
This wine possesses all the hallmarks of a top quality Chablis with fine minerality, restrained citrus fruit, firm structure and a dry finish.
24. Riesling Trimbach ~ Alsace 2014 ~ £34.50
This Trimbach Classic Riesling is dry, elegant and restrained, with grapefruit and white peach on the nose fully integrated into a food-friendly structure. The drivers are minerality and a crisp lemony acid backbone leading in to a long delicious finish.
25. Sancerre Blanc “La Vigne Blanche” ~ Domaine Henri Bourgeois Loire 2014 ~ £36.50
Excellent Sancerre from stony lime-rich soils, which confer fine minerality to the elegant ripe citrus flavours. Classically paired with goat’s cheese.
26. Château de Tracy, Pouilly Fume 2014 ~ £38.00
A wise choice this premium Pouilly fume shows a depth of quality rarely seen in the region, its an outstanding wine with concentrated minerality and racy acidity that makes this the perfect match for fine cuisine.
27. Montagny 1er Cru Les Bouchots ~ Domaine de la Madone 2014 ~ £39.00
This wine displays a good intensity of yellow fruit, hints of yeasty notes, spice and butterscotch. Dry and refreshing with good concentration of fruit, a soft texture and a graceful, spicy finish.
28. Chablis 1er Cru Côte de Lechet ~ Domaine Daniel Dampt 2014 ~ £42.00
Refined aromas of floral notes, flint and a lovely smokiness whilst the palate has a touch of Chardonnay creaminess, set off by a stony, mineral backbone, and with a long, fresh finish.
29. Rully 1er Cru “Montpalais” ~ Domaine Jean-Claude Ponsot Burgundy 2014 ~ £44.00
Apple and apricot to the fore in this southern Burgundy and well integrated oak gives an extra buttery/nutty dimension. great length in the mouth.
31. Arbaude Mas de Cadenet Rose ~ £27.50
A delicious dry rose with scents of the Provence, beautifully light pink colour. Excellent with light fish starters and summer salads.
32. Bergerie de la Bastide Rouge ~ Vin de Pays d’Oc Languedoc 2015 ~ £18.75
Mainly Grenache Noir with some Cinsault. A supple, plummy red seasoned with Provençale herbs.
33. Merlot Cielo 2014 ~ £19.75
An aromatic wine with characters of ripe peaches and floral undertones. Soft and easy to drink.
34. Emblème d’Argent Syrah – Grenache 2014 ~ £21.50
Blended to combine the richness and spiciness of Syrah with the generosity of fruit of Grenache. The wine is fruit-forward with elegant notes of dark berries and a hint of black pepper.
35. Morande Pionero, Pinot Noir ~ Chile 2014 ~ £21.00
The Pionero range has been developed to showcase the best varieties of the Casablanca valley in a range of single varietal wines, and most importantly at a very affordable price. This Pinot Noir is a real triumph, and a rare find. The flavour is concentrated and complex, thanks to a rigorous selection of grapes and careful oak maturation. The resulting wine has a delightful red, summer berry aroma that leads to a subtle spiciness on the finish.
36. Pinot Noir Jaffelin 2013 ~ £22.00
From Maison Jaffelin who know a thing or two about burgundy their expertise shows in beautifully made red which never disappoints, it delivers well above its station, supple and delicious.
37. Cotes du Rhone Le Pavillon de Château de Beauchêne 2014 ~ £22.50
A diamond wine, this well priced Estate Rhone is dominated by the Grenache grape so has a lovely soft balance and charming rose scented finish.
38. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Frentano” ~ Cantina Sociale Frentana Italy 2014 ~ £24.50
Full-blooded Montepulciano with lashing of dark plum and black cherry fruit and undertones of liquorice.
39. Ironbark Shiraz 2014 ~ £24.50
The bouquet displays aromas of blackberries and blueberries with a subtle hint of dark chocolate and spice. The palate is soft, round with intense ripe fruit. This is a full-bodied wine that combines powerful fruit flavours whilst retaining a sense of elegance.
40. Cabernet Sauvignon ~ Santa Puerta 2013 ~ £25.50
Intense ruby colour. The nose exhibits blackberry, blackcurrant and cherry fruit aroms combined with delicate dark chocolate notes. This is a well-structured wine with concentrated fruit flavours balanced by velvety tannins leading to a long pleasant finish.
41. Malbec Manos Negras 2014 ~ £27.00
Opaque colour of ruby. On the nose it is youthful, attractive with pure and well-defined notes of black fruits and hints of violets. On the palate it is dry exhibiting wonderful juicy fruit, sophisticated tannins and an attractive savoury finish. A beautiful example of Malbec.
42. Fleurie, Château de Fleurie, Loron 2014 ~ £28.00
From the very hear of Beaujolais this is the perfect red wine for fish or lighter lunch dishes, with soft Gamay fruit and gentle balance it is an estate wine of distinction.
43. Le Petit Clos Pinot Noir ~ Marlborough New Zealand 2010 ~ £29.50
Fragrant Pinot Noir with aromatic primary red fruit flavours (raspberries, red cherries) and a suggestion of eucalyptus in the background. Lovely with chicken, guinea fowl and other feathered friends.
44. Pinot Noir ‘Château de Cîteaux’ ~ Domaine Philippe Bouzereau 2014 ~ £34.00
The aromas are fruit forward, inviting and include note of wild berries, ripe plums and morello cherries as well as a hint of spice. On the palate the wine is dry, soft and easy to drink with a pleasant silky texture that is typical of a well-made Pinot Noir.
45. Chianti Classico ~ Castello di Querceto 2012 ~ £34.50
One of the best kept secrets of Tuscany, this Estate produces some of the finest wines in the region. This particular wine displays an amazing intensity of cherry fruit and a hint of violet.
46. L’Esprit de Bellevue ~ Horeau Beylot 2008 ~ £35.00
A ripe, warm and spicy modern Bordeaux with appealing notes of black fruits, plums, dark chocolate and coffee underpinned by sophisticated tannins.
47. Chateau Lamoliere AC Fronsac 2011 ~ £35.50
Patrick Leon, former director and winemaker at Chateau Mouton Rothschild, and his son produce this wine on the estate the family purchased in 1995. Predominantly merlot, it is smooth but with character.
48. Château La Claymore ~ Lussac Saint-Emilion Bordeaux 2011 ~ £36.00
Elegant Saint-Emilion composed largely of Merlot. Appealing aromas of warm fruitcake and confit fruits but with a good gravelly undertow for balance. This would partner duck or lamb in particular.
49. Crozes Hermitage Les Caladières ~ Pierre Amadieu 2012 ~ £37.00
Deep ruby colour. Subtle notes of blueberries, dark cherries, plums and a hint of spice. A full bodied muscular wine with ripe tannins, juicy fruit and a pleasant finish.
50. Goisot Pinot Noir Corps de Garde 2012 ~ £37.00
Organic estate in northern Burgundy (near Chablis) Ripe red fruits to the fore, some woody and herbal notes as well giving refinement. Drink with game or with soft ripe cheeses.
51. Grand Reserve Homage, Château Beauchêne 2009 ~ £38.00
Classic rich complex Châteauneuf-du-Pape from an excellent year now drinking at its best with the fruit and soft tannins perfectly balanced – superb.
52. Château Patache d’Aux Cru, Bourgeois Médoc 2012 ~ £38.50
A great favourite this Château has always charmed with its consistently well-made wine. Rich and complex with great balance
of fruit and soft tannins an excellent Claret and at an affordable price.
53. Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc ~ Morande 2009 37.5cl ~ £19.50
Aromas of honey, raisins, quince, melon and orange-blossom. This wine has wonderful balance of sweetness and is dense and syrupy.
54. Pachérenc Rive Haute 2009 – 50cl ~ £26.00
This outstanding sweet wine is light, refreshing, well-balanced and offers exceptional value. The blend of Petit Manseng Gros Manseng, Petit Corbu and Arrufiac produces aromas and flavours of stone fruits, orange peel and sweet spices.
55. Banyuls Rimage, Les Clos de Paulilles ~ Château de Jau Languedoc 2008 – 50cl ~ £27.50
Banyuls is a vin doux naturel made predominantly from Grenache Noir. The fermentation is stopped by addition of grape brandy and the wine continues to macerate on the skins for a further three weeks before being aged in tanks. With its summer pudding and mocha flavours (not to mention dried herbs, prune and caramel) it marries well with cheese, chocolate.
56. Domaine du Tariquet, Premières Grives Cotes de Gascogne 2013 ~ £29.00
Perfect as an aperitif with cold or pan-fried foie gras, blue cheeses Patisseries or fruit salads. A round, well-structured and rich wine. Great freshness and exotic taste that exhilarates to give immediate pleasure. This well-balanced sweet wine is made from the Gros Manseng grape, a variety indigenous to the south west that finishes with a touch of fresh grapes.
57. Château Filhot, 2ème Cru Classé ~ Sauternes 2008 – 37.5cl ~ £36.50
The wine exhibits a vibrant golden colour and exudes wonderful perfume of wild flowers, ripe peaches, apricot and orange peel. On the palate it is beautifully balanced, has a pleasant creamy texture and a long complex finish.
1. Clarendelle Bordeaux Rouge, 2010 ~ £36.00
2. Chateau La Tour Carnet 2006 ~ £40.00
3. XX de Corbin, Saint Emilion, Annabelle Cruise-Bardinet 2010/11 ~ £44.00
4. Chateau Lamothe Cissac Vielles Vignes, Haut Medoc 2010 ~ £44.00
5. Chateau Grange Neuve Grand vin de Bordeaux Pomerol, 2012 ~ £46.00
Clients can bring their own wines at a corkage fee charged per 75cl bottle from £10/btl. + VAT for wine, and £15/btl. + VAT for champagne.
We are more then happy to source any other requests including fine wine, port and spirits.
All bottles are 75cl unless marked otherwise.
Please note this wine list is subject to change.
Prices include 12.5% gratuity and are exclusive of VAT.