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By the glass (125ml / 175 ml / bottle)
Fiano, Mezzogiorno, Puglia, Italy 2013 £4.15 / £5.70 / £22.00
A fantastic aromatic & floral nose, crisp, fresh & dry – great value for money.
Picpoul de Pinet, ‘villa Blanche’, Calmel & joseph, Languedoc, France 2014 £4.85 / £6.75 / £26.00
Very typical Picpoul but with more weight than any of the versions we have tasted. Zippy green fruit & ripe tropical flavours – very much ‘in vogue’ at the moment!
Mountadam ‘Barossa’ Chardonnay, Eden Valley, Australia 2012 £4.95 / £6.85 / £27.00
This unoaked Chardonnay is crisp & light with citrus flavours – perfect with seafood.
Lugana, Il Gruccione, Nunzio Ghiraldi, Italy 2013 £5.75 / £7.95 / £35.00
Made on the shores of Lake Garda, this wine is fulll of concentrated fruit – a taste sensation!
The Itallian answer to a New Zealand Sauvignon – amazing!!
Albarino, Terra di Asorei, Rias Baixas, Spain 2013 £5.35 / £7.45 / £30.00
Lees stirred which makes this super juicy but it still has lovely balance too. Apricot, peach & pear with a stone fruit finish.
Sancerre, Domaine La Grande Maison Chaumeau-Balland, Loire Valley, France 2013 £5.75 / £7.95 / £35.00
From a tiny production of superb quality, this Sauvignon Blan is perfectly balanced & elegant with a crisp mouthwatering finish.
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Pinot Grigio, ‘Terrapieno’, Alpha Zeta Single Vineyard, Veneto, Italy 2014 £25.00
A single vineyard Pinot of great intensity & balance. The wine is zesty, fresh, dry & has a lovely silky texture on the palate.
Pencarrow Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Martinborough, New Zealand 2013 £26.00
Bold, youthful & racy – a refined Sauvignon with lots of passion fruit aromas.
The Crusher Viognier, Clarksburg, USA 2012 £27.00
White peach & apricot with a hint of star anise & vanilla.
Schloss Schőnborn, Rheingau Estate Riesling, Germany 2011 £30.00
Light, upbeat, refreshing & easy drinking – a fantastic aperitif. Perfect at room temperature.
Sancerre, Domaine La Grande Maison Chaumeau-Balland, Loire Valley, France 2013 £32.00 (1/2 bottle £18.00)
From a tiny production of superb quality, this Sauvignon Blanc is perfectly balanced & elegant with a crisp mouthwatering finish.
Mountadam Estate ‘High Eden’ Chardonnay, Eden Valley, Australia 2009 £38.00
From South Australia’s highest vineyard, this wine is complex, elegant & stunning – butter & spice flavours.
Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand 2014 £40.00
Made by the founder of the infamous Cloudy Bay, this is a top end Sauvignon with notes of honeysuckle, lemongrass, tangerine & nectarine.
Soave Classico ‘La Rocca’, Leonildo Pieropan, Veneto, Italy 2011 £40.00
100% Garganega, this wine is intense with notes of vanilla, almond & apricots.
Chablis Premier Cru ‘Vaillons’, Domaine Vincent Dampt, Burgundy, France 2012 £45.00
Rich on the palate with minerally fruit this Chardonnay is truly superb.
Le Cigare Blanc, Bonny Doon, USA 2010 £48.00
A homage to the complex blends of Chateauneuf du Pape. Rich aromas of honey, lavender & white peach with the Roussanne contributing a mineral influence.
Puligny Montrachet ‘Les Meix’, Olivier Leflaive, Burgundy, France 2011 £60.00
A fantastic Chardonnay from Burgundy, with flavours including caramel & exotic fruit.
By Farr Chardonnay, Geelong, Australia 2011 £65.00
An outstanding Chardonnay, this vintage is one of the finest from this vineyard. The palate has great texture & length, with hints of French oak in both flavour & nose.
Steading Blanc, Torbreck Vintners, Barossa Valley, Australia 2010 £68.00
A Rhone influenced style blending Roussanne, Viognier & Marsanne. Wonderfully complex, floral & fragrant with a soft mouth feel & an elegant finish.
By the glass (125ml / 175ml / bottle)
Excelsior Cabernet Sauvignon, Robertson, South Africa 2013 £4.15 / £5.70 / £22.00
Full bodied, flavours of plum & blackcurrent – excellent value for money!
Cotes du Rhone, Mont-Redon, France 2013 £4.50 / £6.00 / £24.00
A blend of Grenache & Syrah giving flavours of spice & rich dark berries.
Banda Azul Crianza, Paternina, Rioja, Spain 2011 £5.25 / £7.25 / £28.00
Ripe black berries with notes of vanilla & spice – well rounded & easy to drink. The wine of choice for Mr Ernest Hemingway!!
The Jewel, Old Vine Zinfandel, USA 2012 £5.25 / £7.25 / £28.00
This is a wine of great quality, great value for money & multi award winning. A deep rich colour, hints of vanilla & big assertive flavours of blackcurrant & dark fruits.
Armador Carmenere, Odjfell, Central Valley, Chile 2012 £5.35 / £7.45 / £30.00
Intense black fruit, soft tannins & spice – superb quality from this boutique winery!
By the bottle
Stoneburn Pinot Noir, New Zealand 2011/2012 £30.00
Light & well balanced wine with soft tannins, a touch of cranberry & spiced plums.
Casa Lapostolle Merlot, Cuvee Alexandre, Chile 2012 £32.00
Apalta’s vineyard fruit expression at its best! Plums, cherries, blackberries & blackcurrant with sweet spices from elegant French oak aromas.
Chateau La Courolle, St Emilion, Bordeaux, France 2012 £32.00 (1/2 bottle £17.00)
From the Right Bank, a blend of Merlot & Cabernet with hints of earthy plums & blackcurrants.
‘Jester’ Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Australia 2012 £34.00
Blackberry, dark plums, anise & mocha, a great wine at a great price.
‘Angus the Bull’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Coonawarra, Australia 2012/2013 £34.00 (1/2 bottle £17.00. Magnum £65.00)
From Central Victoria, this is full of concentrated fruits – a hint of oak with soft tannins makes this the perfect accompaniment for Aberdeen Angus beef.
Fleurie, Lathuiliere Gravallon Grand Pre, Beaujolais, France 2013 £35.00
Extremely elegant, the Gamay grape provides a light & fresh glass of wine.
Petit Verdot, Ruca Malen, Mendoza, Argentina 2012 £35.00
A fantastic wine – intense, full-bodied, smooth, spicy, elegant, oak aged(12 months).
Felino Malbec, Vina Cabos, Mendoza, Argentina 2013 £35.00
Made by Paul Hobbs, this wine is powerful & structured. Velvety layers of plum, currant & anise, along with fine tannins & a long finish make this perfect with all cuts of beef.
Thunderchild, Springfield Estate, Robertson, South Africa 2013 £36.00
Produced from the vineyard in the Die Hergerg Orphanage. A blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon brings a complex wine of heavy, dark berry flavour.
Brolo di Campfiorin Masi Corvina, Verona, Italy 2010 £38.00
Oak-aged Corvina, concentrated flavours of dark red fruits with a hearty vanilla oak mouth feel.
DSG Phincas Rioja, Spain 2011 £40.00
Truffles, red fruit, blueberries, coffee – this wine is packed full of flavour!
Gran Passione, Veneto, Italy 2013 £40.00
Full in body, dark in colour, soft tannins & rich in berries – this wine has intense concentrated fruit. Made using the same techniques as Amarone this wine is at a fantastic price point. 60% Merlot & 40% Corvina look out for dried cherry, raisin, prune & chocolate characteristics. Enjoy!
Mountadam ‘Patriarch’ High Eden Shiraz, Eden Valley, Australia 2008 £40.00
Hand harvested grapes & aged in oak(20 months) – rich, powerful & smooth.
Mademoiselle L, Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux, France 2012 £42.00
From the left bank a 50/50 split of Merlot & Cab.Sauv., silky & smooth tannins.
Carignan ‘Red Socks’ consolation, Cotes du Catalan, Feance 2013
A heady wine with ripe dark fruit, cedar, bramble, prune & soft ripe tannin
‘Thorny Devil’ Grenache, Barossa Valley, Australia 2013 £43.00
This Barossa wine is both powerful & elegant, silky fruit texture with flavours of spiced brambles. A scottish made wine & the first vintage of it ever!
Wandering Beeste Syrah, Swartland, South Africa 2013 £44.00
‘Beeste’ is thw Africans word for cattle – this Syrah is made high up Swartland on the Kasteelberg mountain. Rustic with great structure
Primitivo Terragnolo IGT, Apollonio, Salento, Italy 2011 £45.00
The Italian version of Zinfandel, this is gutsy & generous – raspberries, plum & spice with a long lingering finish. A cracker!
Pinot Nero, Franz Haas, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy 2012 £45.00
100% Pinot Noir, this wine is elegantly balanced with layers of dark cherry, raspberries, plum jam & sweet cinnamon spice. The palate is fresh and lively.
‘Emma’ Zuccardi Bonarda, Mendoza, Argentina 2012
A fantastic Bonarda – rich, deep, chocolate & fig on the palate. Brilliant with all red meat.Full bodied & smooth
Frog’s Leap Zinfandel, Napa Valley, USA 2011 £52.00
Bright acidity & soft tannins, dried cranberry & boysenberry with a delicate hint of cinnamon & clove. in colour with a long & spicy finish, & a bitter cherry-chocolate twist.
Nuits St.Georges, Vieilles Vignes, Robert Chevillon, France 2009/2011 £55.00
Deeply coloured Pinot Noir with mulberry, spice & bitter sweet cherries – Fantastic!!!
Amarone, Torre del Falasco, Valpolicella, Italy 2012 £58.00
This wine is perfect with roasted meats & cheese, deep ruby in colour with a long & spicy finish, & a bitter cherry-chocolate twist
Mcrae Wood Shiraz, Jim Barry, Clare Valley, Australia 2010 £59.00
Juicy & full bodied, blueberries & plums with a sniff of new leather.
Le Cigare Volant, Bonny Doon, USA 2009 £60.00
Big fashionable Rhone style blend, cigar box on the nose, peppery, dark, warm & rich.
‘Amaren’ Tempranillo Reserva, Luis Canas, Rioja, Spain 2005 £65.00
Made with grapes from 60yo vines this Rioja is one of the most awarded in the region. 18 months in French oak barrels give this wine elegance, complexity & subtle hints of creamy oak. ‘Amaren’ translates to ‘mothers wine’ – in memory of her years of graft on the vineyard. A great wine!
Chateauneuf du Pape, Tardieu-Laurent, Rhone Valley, France 2009/2010 £68.00
Both powerful & light, this wine is perfectly balanced – 85% Grenache.
Gevrey Chambertin, Bruno Clair, France 2009 £74.00
A stunning Pinot, a full & earthy wine with fine tannins & sloe fruit flavours.
Torbreck ‘Kyloe’ Mataro, Barossa Valley, Australia 2010 £80.00
A dense, wild & completely rounded wine made from ripe fruit. The Barossa Valley is where the best Mataro wines in the world are made. ‘A Kyloe or Highland cow is a wild & hardy beast & our single varietal Mataro is fitting of the breed’.
Remelluri Gran Reserva, Rioja, Spain 2005 £100.00
This is one of the most iconic wines in Rioja – fresh, spicy, tobacco, berries, dark fruit, allspice, melllow oak. Made with Garnacha & Graciano grapes, & 24 months in oak – this wine scored 93 in the Parker guide. A real treat!!
‘The Benbournie’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Jim Barry, Clare Valley, Australia 2005 £120.00
Cigar box, cassis, dark chocolate, coffee – an amazingly intense Cabernet with fine tannins. A superb wine by Jim Barry!
Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, USA 2009 £125.00
25 months in new American oak & a further 20 months aged in the bottle has delivered an elegant wine with a complex nose of cedar wood, ground coffee & cassis. It has an intensely rich mouth feel, full of heavy fruit & a hint of warm spice.
‘The Graveyard’ Shiraz, Brokenwood, Hunter Valley, Australia 2011 £140.00
The graveyard vineyard is the jewel in the Brokenwood crown – responsible for this Shiraz that is fast becoming one of Australia’s most iconic wines. Ripe tannins & flavours of dark chocolate, sweet earth & dark cherry.
Ridge Monte Bello, Napa Valley, USA 2008 £160.00 (magnum £320.00)
Layers of black cherry, flowers, graphite & spice are woven together around a core of rich red fruit, juicy tannins & a silky sweet finish. Predominantly Cabernet led, Merlot & Petit Verdot have been added to make what can only be described as a magnificent wine.
The best Malbec in the world is grown in Mendoza, Argentina. The conditions and climate required for the grape to grow are perfect here. Malbec is without doubt ‘THE’ grape to go with beef, mainly due to its firm tannins & soft, fresh style. The most highly rated wines come from Mendoza’s high altitude regions of Lujan de Cuyo & the Uco Valley. These districts are located in the foothills of the Andes Mountains between 800m & 1500m above sea-level. In 1994 Nicolas Catena Zapata was the first to plant a Malbec vineyard at 1500m. The jewel in Argentina’s crown, not only is Malbec the perfect match for beef, it also works brilliantly with chocolate – what is there not to like!
Argento Seleccion Malbec, Mendoza 2014 £24.00
Black cherries & chocolate rounded off with soft, supple tannins.
Beef Steak Club Malbec, Mendoza 2013 £4.95 / £6.85 £27.00
A deep juicy Malbec, easy to drink – typical notes of plum & dark chocolate.
Ruca Malen Malbec, Mendoza 2012 £5.75 / £7.95 / £70.00
Full & well-structured with elegant soft tannins – red cherries, plum, vanilla & chocolate. Delicious!
Felino Malbec, Vina Cabos, Mendoza 2013 £37.00
Made by Paul Hobbs, this wine is powerful & structured. Velvety layers of plum & anise, with fine tannins & a long finish – great value!
Sottano Malbec, Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza 2014 £40.00
A lighter style of Malbec with very smooth soft tannins – easy drinking. 8 months in oak, 70% French & 30% American. A very elegant wine.
Kinien Malbec, Uco Valley, Mendoza 2010 £55.00
A rare balance of velvety power & finesse, this Malbec is deep purple in colour & intense in flavour. A fantastic unique wine. Has spent 14 months in oak.
Catena Alta Malbec, Mendoza 2011 £62.00
Very elegant with rich cassis, chocolate, vanilla & black pepper.
Bramare Malbec, Uco Valley, Mendoza 2011 £67.00
Another Paul Hobbs wine, made in high altitude this is rich & velvety with elegant tannins. Hints of oak(18 months), leather & plum.
Cadus Malbec, ‘Las Tortugas’ Lujan de Cuyo, Mendoza 2009 £80.00
This carefully crafted wine is superb – 24 months in new French oak with a further 24 months stored horizontally, it is full bodied with a long rich finish. This is the high-end wine of Bodegas Nieto Senetiner.
Finca Altamira Malbec, Uco Valley, Mendoza 2010 £90.00
A single vineyard Malbec aged in French oak for 15 months, superb quality – ground pepper, dark cherries & fresh raspberries on the nose. One of THE best known Malbec producers.
*We are happy to decant any of these wines. Please be aware that some of the wines on offer are not filtered & may throw a light deposit. This should be seen as a sign of quality & is indicative of the low intervention that many winemakers in Argentina believe contributes to the character of their wines. Thank you & enjoy.
By the glass 125ml / 175ml / Bottle
Borsao Rosé, Campo de Borja, Spain £3.45 / £4.75 / £19.00
This wine is made from the Garnacha grape. There is a slight sweetness with aromas of strawberry jam. Soft, balanced & fresh.
Boutinot ‘Les Cerisiers’, Rhone Valley, France 2013 £4.75 / £7.50 / £27.00
A blend of Grenache Noir, Grenache Gris & Cinsault – this is an easy drinking rose. Intense strawberries with cream & a hint of cranberry. A great aperitif.
By the bottle
Domaines Ott, Clos Mireille, Cotes de Provence, France 2012 £60.00
One of THE world’s best rosé wines, the texture is fresh, silky & long lasting. A blend of Mourvedre, Cinsault and Grenache, the grapes are of superior quality. Fantastic with shellfish.
SPARKLING WINE & CHAMPAGNE
Prosecco Vaporetto Brut £22.50 (glass £4.50)
Crisp, fruity & very refreshing – citrus & pear flavours.
Prosecco Crede Bisol Brut £36.00
Light & delicate, this Prosecco is refined with fine, persistent bubbles – flavours of honeysuckle & apple with a soft, luxurious finish.
Prosecco Jeio Bisol £60.00 (magnum)
Your favourite fizz supersized – fine, delicate bubbles, light & full of fruit!
Perrier Jouet Brut, France NV £50.00
An excellent aperitif – medium bodied with flavours of green apple & pear.
Laurent Perrier Rose, France NV £70.00
Salmon pink in colour, incredibly fresh with notes of strawberries, redcurrants & raspberries. This champagne made using 100% Pinot Noir.
Perrier Jouet ‘Belle Epoque’ Rose, France 2002/2004 £185.00
Full of elegance & finesse, fresh raspberries & strawberries leading to a silky texture – an amazing Champagne for a special occasion.
Bollinger Brut, France NV £70.00
A Pinot Noir dominated Champagne , this is full flavoured, biscuit, elegant & refined.