Wine List


HOUSE WINE / WINE BY THE GLASS

Red Wine

Ladera Verde Merlot, Valle Central, Chile.
Crushed blackberries and redcurrants on the nose, with a luscious plummy varietal character
rich with fruit on the palate. Round and juicy with soft tannins.
Bottle £14.95 | 175ml Glass £3.75  | 250ml Glass £5.50

Pasquieres Grenache Noir, Pays d’Oc, France.
The softness and fruitiness of the Grenache produces a smooth wine typical of the sumptuous
reds of the Languedoc, ideal for all occasions and perfect with meat or cheese.
Bottle £14.95 | 175ml Glass £3.75  | 250ml Glass £5.50

Rosé Wine

Sun Gate White Zinfandel, California. £15.95
Smooth and juicy with raspberry and confected strawberry flavours, intensely perfumed
with refreshing melon notes and exotic fruits.
Bottle £15.95 | 175ml Glass £3.75  | 250ml Glass £5.50

White Wine

Alverdi Pinot Grigio, Italy.
This is proper Italian Pinot Grigio with flavour! Pear and citrus notes; dry and light yet not
lacking taste. Perfect as an aperitif or with lighter dishes
Bottle £14.95 | 175ml Glass £3.75  | 250ml Glass £5.50

Ladera Verde Sauvignon Blanc, Chile.
Lovely, vibrant Sauvignon Blanc crisp with fresh gooseberry and pineapple character.
Luscious and full flavoured.
Bottle £14.95 | 175ml Glass £3.75  | 250ml Glass £5.50


 

WINE BY THE BOTTLE

Rosé Wine

Alverdi Pinot Grigio Blush, Italy. £13.95
Fresh fruit, such as apricot and peach on the nose; soft floral flavours on the palate and a
refreshing, pleasantly smooth finish.

Pasquieres Grenache Rosé, Pays d’Oc, France. £14.95
Made with 25% Cinsault to give that spicy kick to the abundant rich flavours of 75%
Grenache Gris – the best Grenache for rosé. Pinky tinged grapes which give all the flavour
you need in a rosé – a must in summertime.

Sparkling Wine

Robe d’Or Brut, France. £18.95
A very subtle wine with flavours of apple and fresh grape, a fine fizz accompanies.

Vetriano Blush Spumante, Italy. £18.95
A pale delicately fruited sparkler from northern Italy. Raspberry and sublte hints of
redcurrant on the palate.

La Pieve Prosecco, DOC Treviso. Italy. £18.95
Wonderfully vivacious Prosecco made by world renown winery Mionetto. Fresh green apple,
melon and honeycomb combine to create a very moreish glass.

Champagne

Baron de Beaupre NV, Charles Ellner. France. £39.95
Charles Ellner of Epernay produces wonderfully fruity champagne that features a high
proportion of Pinot Meunier, giving rich peach fruit flavours.

Chile

Los Gansos Gewurztraminer, Valle Central, Chile. £15.95
Fresh lychee, rose water and honeydew melon flavours mingle on the palate. A wonderfully
aromatic wine with a firm nod to the Alsace.

Argentina

Pampas del Sur Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina. £17.95
A rich, full red with lovely damson and plum fruits. Soft tannins with a subtle hint of
underlying oak giving just a little spiciness.

New Zealand

Honu Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough. £17.95
Aromas of nettles and grass leads to generous gooseberry flavours with a smoky herbal
twist on the palate. Luscious and full with long lasting finish.

Honu Pinot Noir, Wairarapa. £18.50
Soft and juicy Pinot Noir that is made in a fruit forward style, much more so than Burgundy
yet still remaining savoury. Gently oaked it adds character rather than dominating.

Australia

Murphy’s Unoaked Chardonnay. £15.95
A floral style of Chardonnay that is in sharp contrast to the cloying heavily oaked wines.
Wonderfully fruity this is a true expression of one of the world’s most popular grape varieties.

Murphy’s Shiraz. £15.95
Warm Shiraz fruit with an abundance of blackberry and spicy plum. Silky tannins and
medium bodied this is a wine primarily for food but for the diehard Aussie fans it stands
well by itself.

Spain

Marques de Caceres Crianza Rioja. £18.95
Strawberry and blackberry aromas with luscious red fruits, cinnamon and vanilla on the
palate. Silky tannins with a long spicy finish. A superb Crianza from a world class Rioja
Bodega.

Marques de Caceres Rioja Blanco. £16.50
Medium straw in colour, it offers crisp citrus, melon and green apple flavours, underscored
with solid minerality and slight butteryness. A modern style of a classic Spanish white.

Italy

Sogatia Chianti DOCG. £16.95
Ruby red and vibrant with fresh cherry, plump strawberry and slight vanilla from time spent
in oak. True Tuscan red that is the classic accompaniment to hearty dishes.

Frascati Superiore, Il Caggio. £15.95
A delicate wine that is straw – green in colour with aromas of citrus and some richer nuances
such as hazelnut. Dry and refreshing on the palate this is a wonderful alternative to Pinot
Grigio.

Germany

Piesporter Michelberg. £14.95
Subtle fruitiness and medium dry in style this is a top selling wine from the banks of the river
Mosel. Perfect as a light, off-dry apéritif, this cracking Riesling is also a great match for
shellfish and avocado.

Hock St Jacobs. £14.50
A medium-sweet, full flavoured, lively white wine, with a distinctive fruity taste.

France

Beaujolais Villages, Victor Berard. £18.95
The grape of Beaujolais is Gamay and here it produces a wonderfully light and refreshing
red, full of the soft fruits of summer. Light tannins with an elegant finish.

Fleurie, Chapelle des Bois. £23.95
Cherry, strawberry and raspberry aromas with subtle herbiness. Sweetly fruited and delicate
on the palate this iconic wine is the perfect match to lighter dishes.

Bouchard Bourgogne Pinot Noir. £23.95
Bouchard Pere & Fils have been making wine in Burgundy since 1731, their reputation built on
years of successive generations striving for excellence. A fine example of true Bourgogne Rouge.

Chateau Bel Air Bordeaux 2009. £17.95
This sumptuous Claret is from the stunning 2009 vintage; one of the best in recent history.
The fruit achieved optimum ripeness which made things easy back in the cellar and let the
French oak work its magic effortlessly.

Chateau Saint Hilaire Cru Bourgeois 2011, Medoc. £26.95
Firmly structured Cabernet led Claret from the Medoc. Blackberry fruit mingles with toasted
oak, cedar and dark cherry. A stunning, elegant wine that the Bordelais regard a perfect
match to beef.

Chateau Caillou les Martins, Lussac St Emilion. £25.95
Merlot is the dominating grape here, with smaller additions of both Cabernet Sauvingnon
and Cab Franc. Ripe plum fruit soaked with blackberry juice with a slight hint of smoky
vanilla.

Domaine des Malandes, Chablis. £24.50
A fine & zesty Chablis with a slight honeyed hue. Rounded mouthfeel and with subtle exotic
fruit, this is a complex glass medium in body with a long finish.

Sancerre Tonellerie, Loire Valley. £22.95
Herbaceous, perfumed & chalky. Leafy citrus aromas leap out of the glass before one is
enveloped by bracing acidity, concentrated lush green fruits and a racing, tangy finish.
Sublime Sancerre.