Wine List




1. Vincent Testulat ‘Carte d’Or’ Brut Blanc de Noirs                                                    £30.50
Produced from black grapes, this traditional style Champagne
from a small, family owned house is soft, smooth and flavour some.


2. Deutz Brut Classic                                                                                                        £42.50
Founded in 1838 and regarded as one of the top small houses,
Deutz is served in many of the UK’s and France’s best restaurants.
Soft, elegant and refined.


3. Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut                                                                               £50.50
A top class Champagne from one of the most respected houses,
founded by in 1772 and made famous by the widow Mme. Clicquot.




4. Cava Brut Reserva, René Barbier - Spain                                                                   £18.00
A fine Cava with fruity flavours and crisp acidity.
A respected, reliable house with over a century of history.


5. Cava Brut Rosé, René Barbier - Spain                                                                        £19.00
Pale pink colour with soft red fruit flavours. The winery, near
Barcelona, was established by a French winemaker in 1888.



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6. Syrah Rosé, Vin de Pays d’Oc, Terres d’Azur - France             £3.75      £4.95        £14.00
A delicious rosé bursting with strawberry fruit with a refreshing
finish. True quaffing wine from a winery in the warm south.


7. Rioja Rosado, Valdemar - Spain                                                                                  £15.60
A deeply coloured rosé with plenty of bramble fruit flavours.
Valdemar is a highly regarded winery, founded in 1889.



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8. Sauvignon Blanc, Siete Soles - Chile                                             £3.65      £4.85        £14.00
This modern winery produces fresh lively Sauvignon Blanc
with intense aromas and flavours of citrus fruits.


9. Chenin Blanc, KleinKloof - South Africa                                     £3.65      £4.85        £14.00
Chenin Blanc is the speciality white grape of the Cape,
and shows not-too-dry flavours of pears and green apples.


10. Pinot Grigio, Anterra - Italy                                                      £3.85      £5.05        £15.00
From the Alpine Trentino region, this example shows the
pure, fruity flavours of the grape with refreshing crispness.


11. Colombard, Côtes de Gascogne, Cassagnoles - France                                            £16.50
A clean, fresh, zesty wine from the South West, well suited to
fish and shellfish. Aromas and flavours of citrus fruits.


12. Rioja Blanco, Valdemar - Spain                                                                                 £18.00

From a great producer established in 1889, and reviewed as 5*,
this wine is crisp, fruity and fresh with pear-like flavours.


13. Chardonnay, De Martino - Chile                                                                               £18.50
Smooth and full, with apple, pear and oak flavours.
De Martino, founded in 1934, is one of Chile’s leading wineries


14. Viognier, Delas Frères - France                                                                                 £19.50
The Viognier grape is full flavoured yet crisp with soft, fruity
flavours of peach. Delas is one of the Rhône Valley’s greats.


15. Dry Riesling ‘Y Series’, Yalumba - Australia                                                            £20.50
This grape is one of the most fashionable at the moment, particularly
good with fine food. Refreshing and dry, with lime zest flavours.


16. Sauvignon Blanc, Coopers Creek - New Zealand                                                      £23.00
From Marlborough, the best region for this grape variety.
Intense, pungent and packed with tropical fruit flavours.


17. Unwooded Chardonnay, Chapel Hill - Australia                                                      £24.50
From a winery recently awarded Australian Wine Producer of the Year.
Unoaked and refined, showing the pure apple flavours of the grape.


18. Gewurtztraminer d’Alsace ‘Signature’, René Muré - France                                   £27.50
A classic, food oriented wine with soft, smooth, exotic fruit flavours.
Muré is a highly respected estate, founded in the 16th Century.

19. Chablis, Domaine Thierry Hamelin - France                                                             £29.50
A well balanced Chablis with good fruit and depth from a small producer.
The estate’s wines are reviewed as “very pretty, very correct, very good”.


20. Sancerre, Domaine Cherrier - France                                                                       £30.50
The great wine of the Loire Valley from Sauvignon Blanc grapes.
Pungent, aromatic, refreshing citrus flavours.


21. Gavi di Gavi, Bruno Broglia - Italy                                                                           £36.50
From the Cortese grape, near Turin, with subtle, pear-like flavours.
Bruno Broglia is one of the top 10 Gavi wineries.


22. Meursault Vieilles Vignes, Vincent Girardin - France                                              £45.50

One of the most famous wine villages in Burgundy. 100% Chardonnay,
fine, rich, rounded flavours from a superstar grower.


23. Chablis Grand Cru ‘Bougros’, Jean-Marc Brocard - France                                  £52.50
Bougros is one of the seven Grand Cru vineyards, covering 12 hectares,
and is known for fine, refined wine. Brocard uses no oak barrels giving
pure, intense white fruit flavours.



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24. Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, Siete Soles - Chile                        £3.65      £4.85        £13.60
Chile produces superb red wines showing pure flavours of
blackcurrant. Smooth, medium bodied and packed with flavour.


25. Tempranillo, Candidato - Spain                                                 £3.65      £4.85        £13.60
Smooth, with cherry and spice flavours from Tempranillo, the
Rioja grape. This noted producer specialises in easy drinking reds.


26. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Angelo - Italy                                  £3.85      £5.05        £15.00
The famous red of the east coast from the Montepulciano
grape. Rich and soft with herb-like flavours, perfect with food.


27. Barbera ‘Finca la Colonia’, Bodega Norton - Argentina                                          £16.00
Bodega Norton, founded by an Englishman in 1895 is a top winery.
Barbera, a grape of Italian origin, is silky, berryish and smooth.


28. Pinot Noir, Les Templiers - France                                                                            £16.50
This wine has a medium bodied, delicious style with flavours
reminiscent of summer red fruits. Very good value.


29. Carmenère ‘Gran Hacienda’, Santa Rita - Chile                                                      £17.50
This noted Chilean estate makes full, ripe Carmenère, similar
to Merlot, with a smooth, warming, spicy finish.


30. Merlot ‘Castel Firmian’, Mezzacorona - Italy                                                          £18.50
From northern Italy. Deep, dark, cassis flavours in a silky style,
ideally suited to roasted red meat dishes.

31. Shiraz, Bulletin Place - Australia                                                                               £20.00
Produced by the Len Evans winery, the late grandfather of Aussie

winemaking. Intense and deeply flavoured, with a rich, soft finish.


32. Rioja Crianza, Promesa - Spain                                                                                 £23.00
Smooth flavours of black cherry and plum from a 5* winery, according
to all critics, known for superb aged Riojas with classic oaky flavours.



33. Malbec, Finca Decero - Argentina                                                                             £25.50
Malbec is the best red grape in Argentina, known for deep, dark,
wines with flavours of black fruits. Superb with roasted red meat dishes.


34. Chianti Superiore ‘Santa Cristina’, Antinori - Italy                                                  £26.50
Rich and intensely fruity, packed with ripe cherry fruit and a herb-like, long
finish. Antinori is one of Tuscany’s greats, established in 1385.


35. Cabernet Sauvignon ‘The Cover Drive’, Jim Barry - Australia                               £27.50
Produced by the 5*, cricket-mad Jim Barry family estate and planted on a
disused cricket pitch, this wine is smooth and powerful with cassis fruit.


36. Rioja Reserva, Conde de Valdemar - Spain                                                              £29.50
Valdemar is a top 10 winery in Rioja with a reputation for classy wines.


Two years in oak barrels gives an ultra-soft, vanilla-like flavour.


37. Château Lalande de Gravet, Lalande de Pomerol - France                                      £35.50
Pomerol, the region known for some of Bordeaux’s greats, is mainly Merlot and
shows complex, cassis-and-oak flavours. Lalande de Gravet is a noted Château.


38. Zinfandel ‘Rocky Road Vineyard’, McHenry Hohnen - Australia                                             £39.50
A velvet-smooth, concentrated red from Western Australia produced by the
founder of the Cloudy Bay winery in New Zealand. Packed with autumn
red fruit flavours with a rich finish from oak-ageing. High class wine.


39. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Domaine de Beaurenard - France                                         £42.50
The classic Rhône Valley red with powerful, robust, deep black fruit flavours.
Beaurenard is considered to be a top 10 estate in this famous village.


40. Nuits St Georges Vieilles Vignes, Alain Michelot - France                                        £48.50
This famous Burgundy village and winemaker produces refined, complex
Pinot Noir with flavours of cherry and black plum. 


41. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico ‘Costasera’, Masi - Italy                                 £50.50
Double fermented using dried grapes for extra power and depth of flavour.
Huge concentration of marinated black fruit flavours from a 5* estate.




42. Jurancon 'Cuvee Jean' Chateau Jolys – France                                                                 £17.50
The famous sweet wine of the southwest of France from the Petit  Manseng
grape. The grapes are left on the vine through the autumn to shrivel, lose moisture
and gain richness giving an intense honey sweetness.

43.Botrytis Riesling, Heggies – Australia                                                                                  £18.50
The Reisling grape is subject to 'noble rot' to evaporate water from the grape,
therefore concentrating on the sugars. The result is a very sweet wine
with freshness and citrus sweetness.



Warre's Optima old tawny                                                                                                             £3.85
Graham's late bottled vintage                                                                                                        £2.60
Remy Martin Champagne Cognac                                                                                                £3.10

Grand Solange Boland Calvados                                                                                                   £3.10
Janneau                                                                                                                                          £3.10
Grand Marnier                                                                                                                               £2.50
Drambuie                                                                                                                                       £2.50