1. Baron D’ Arignac Blanc Gls 125/175ml £5.95/6.50
Vin de Pays de Gers, France Bottle £19.95
Crisp Dry White Wine with a lively balanced acidity and Lemony Characteristics
2. Baron D’ Arignac Rouge Gls 125/175ml £5.95/6.50
Vin de Pays d’Oc, France Bottle £19.95
Mellow Red Wine from the South of France. Medium bodied, medium dry. Simply made and simply perfect for everyday drinking.
3. Baron D’Arignac Rose Gls 125/175ml £5.95/6.50
Vin de Pays d’Oc, France Bottle £19.95
A fresh dry rose produced from the Cinsault grape. – easy crisp and clean, perfect summer drinking.
Manzanilla Alegria, 50ml £4.50
Williams & Humbert Jerez Spain
W & H Palo Cortado 20yo 50ml £5.95
Williams & Humbert Jerez Spain
Torres Natureo 0.05%Abv Penedes, Spain Gls 125ml £3.95
Choose Between White – Muscat, or Red – Syrah
They make the wine first and put it through the spinning cone method to remove the alcohol. Their trick is managing to keep a lot of the flavour with normally gets driven off as it is volatile with the alcohol in the process.
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4. Santa Luz Alba Sauvignon Blanc Gls 125/175ml £6.25/6.95 Bottle £22.95
Established in 1976 Viña Luis Felipe Edwards is one of Chile’s most progressive wineries. Crisp and refreshing, with aromas of grapefruit and lemon peel lending a fresh balance to the tropical fruit character, plus some herbal notes from a drop of Semillon in the blend. Vibrant and well-rounded.
Santa Luz Alba Chardonnay Gls 125/175ml £6.25/6.95 Bottle £22.95
A clear yellow colour with golden tints and a nose showing aromas of pineapple and peach. In the mouth it has good volume, silkiness, acidity and mineral notes typical of the Chilean terroir from which it comes.
6. Pinot Grigio, La Delfina 125/175ml £6.25/6.95 Bottle £22.95
Made from the grapes grown in Sicily, this crisp Pinot Grigio has a delicate pale straw colour. It offers gentle white flowers and almonds on the nose accompanied by soft honey undertones. The taste is crisp and refreshing, lingering with zesty green apple flavours on the finish
Pepa Albariño Rías Baixas Gls 125/175ml £7.50/8.50 Bottle £32.50
From the cool North western corner of Spain where their best white wines are made. Dry and crisp with fresh apricot, orange zest and dried pineapples. Inviting hints of lemon grass and sea salt in a pure and fresh wine.
8. Santa Luz Alba Merlot
125/175ml £6.25/6.95 Bottle £22.95
Chilean Merlot has a complex aroma combining black fruits and sweet plums with vanilla and spice notes. Concentrated palate, with a very ripe, smooth structure.
Santa Luz Alba Reserva Pinot Noir Gls 125/175ml £7.50/8.50Bottle £32.50
On the nose, a great varietal expression with plum, red cherry and exotic black tea aromas. The palate is generous in fruit and body, complimented with delicate oak characters and a lingering finish
Santa Luz, Rose Gls 125/175ml 125/175ml £6.25/6.95 Bottle £22.95
Lively, Fresh Rose with Plum & Strawberry fruits and subtle hints of citrus. The finish os crisp and dry with balance of fruit and acidity. Great on its own or paired with Seafood & Fish.
6.Marques de Lagar Rioja Joven £27.50
A beautiful smooth Rioja showing the freshness of the Tempranillo grape. Savoury leather and toasty notes are complimented by fresh cherry and cranberry fruit, and well judged acidity on the palate.
7. Victoria Park Shiraz Viognier £27.95
The technique of blending rich spicy red Shiraz grapes with a small amount of the soft fragrant white Viognier grape was invented by the French but more fully adopted by Australians. It adds subtle floral notes and makes a more elegant wine of the peppery jammy Shiraz.
8. Finca La Colonia Malbec, Norton £28.50
The vineyards of Bodega Norton are beautifully situated at the foothills of the Andes. The estate´s location, 1,100 m above sea level, ensures the finest conditions in which to produce top quality grapes. Matured in French oak barrels this wine express’s all the fruit and freshness of the Malbec grape. Its rich and elegant taste is complemented by a long harmonious finish
9. Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore ‘San Rocco’ Tedeschi, £36.50
Capitel San Rocco ages six months in Slavonian barrels, developing succulent cherry and plum flavors layered with notes of Earl Grey tea, orange rind, cardamom and cracked black pepper. Tangy acidity balances the rich cassis flavors, the wine finishing dry and savory.
10. Hunters Pinot Noir £42.95
Marlborough South Island New Zealand A medium intensity nose, showing ripe pl+ums, black cherry fruits, along with some earthy complexity on the palate. The palate is soft and full with juicy Pinot Noir fruit flavours and lovely persistence of flavour.
11. Beaune du Chateau 1er Cru Rouge, Bouchard Père et Fils £55
Bouchard own some of the best parcels in the patchwork of vineyards. Here they have an exclusivité, they blend several of their 1er cru sites together and allowed to title it Beaune du Chateau,. An exceptional wine, at once showing bramble, red berry and damson fruit with some beautiful spice and toasty aromas. A wine to savour.
13. Sula Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc £25.95
Nashik Highlands , India
‘India’s first Sauvignon Blanc! Delightful, highly aromatic and floral dry white wine. Crisp and refreshing with a touch of spice at the finish’
The Den Chenin Blanc, Painted Wolf £27.50
This Wine has a bright aroma and flavour of tropical fruit. Honeydew Melon, Guava and Pineapple with an underlying savoury minerality and a lick of wood. The wine has great texture and a long layered finish, fresh and Vibrant.
15. Chateau du Cleray Muscadet de Sevre-et-Maine sur Lie, Haute Culture £29.95
Moderately coloured, lemon-gold hue in keeping with the style and age. The nose has elements of fresh salt, chalky-stony minerals and soft, sherbetty, volcanic rocks. Alongside all these characteristics there are notes of citrus pith, thyme, smoke, seashells and more. The palate is fresh, cool, defined and very well framed by powerful, slightly sour, mouth-watering acidity.
16. Chablis £36.95
Victor Berard Chablis France
The grapevines around the town of Chablis are almost all Chardonnay, making an ever popular dry white wine renowned for the purity of its aroma and taste. The cool climate of this region produces wines with more acidity and flavours less fruity than Chardonnay grown in warmer climates. They often display a steely/flinty quality sometimes described as “tasting of gunflint”.
17. Riesling d’Alsace £35.50
Michel Leon Alsace France
Situated in north east France close to the German border, the white wines of Alsace are made from aromatic grape varieties. Traditionally dry, (which sets them apart from the neighbouring German wines), the wines from this region are floral, pungent, packed full of ripe, spicy peach and nectarine fruit. They make a refreshing and interesting change of style to accompany fish – particularly smoked.
18. Bourgogne Chardonnay Domaine Jessiaume £38.95
Crisply aromatic, with light floral orchard fruits on the nose. Plenty of robust, juicy apple and pear nuances a broad palate with citrus acidity and good balance, leading to a pleasingly long finish.
19. Hunters Sauvignon Blanc £42.95
Marlborough South Island New Zealand
Long days of bright sunshine followed by cool nights produce a wine that has intense tropical fruit flavours unique to New Zealand Sauvignon
20. Albarino, Casel Caeiro, £42.95
Rias Baixas Spain
From the coolest part of Rias Baíxas in Galicia, northwest Spain, this wine bursts with juicy Albariño character of pear, with a musky perfume and hints of mineral and spice. Clean, intense and very long on the palate; delicious with seafood
21. Sancerre £41.50
Christian Salmon France
Classic grassy Loire Valley Sauvignon from this famous appellation almost opposite Pouilly Fumé – fragrant and dry.
22. Chateau Carbonnieux Blanc £50.95
Chateau Carbonnieux was constructed in the late 14th Century, at the time of the Hundred Years’ War. It was for a long time in the ownership of the Benedictine monks from the nearby Sainte-Croix Abbey. A dry white Bordeaux table wine from Pessac Leognan, this wine once saw no wood at all, but now has up to nine months in barrel, with batonnage to extract flavour and character from the lees.
23. Bardolino Chiaretto Classico Rose £28.95
Guerrieri Rizzardi Bardolino Italy
‘Delicious pale Rose produced on the shores of Lake Garda in northern Italy – light, crisp and refreshing’
Sparkling Wine & Champagne
24. Pinot Noir /Chardonnay Sacred Hill Non Vintage £32
De Bortoli Victoria Australia
Soft, attractive sparkling wine made in the traditional method by refermenting the classic champagne grape varieties in the bottle.
25. Prosecco Rizzardi Extra Dry, £32
Prosecco is one of the most famous sparkling wines made from grapes grown in the moderate climate surrounding the hills of Treviso in the Veneto region of northern Italy. It is light, soft and refreshing with crisp citrus flavours and is traditionally served chilled as an aperitif before the meal or with light lunches – also with Asian foods.
26. Samur 1811 Rose, £34
Ackerman Loire France
A blend of Monastrell and Pinot Noir this Rosé Sparkling wine spends 36 months in bottle before release. Light rose colour, with a very fine lasting mousse and a fresh aroma, this is an elegant wine with a good long finish.
27. Joseph Perrier Cuvee Royale Brut Non Vintage Champagne £56
An outstanding Grande Marque, the wine has a pale gold colour with a fine mousse and a refreshing, rounded body. Delicate yeasty notes and a touch of biscuit come from a minimum of 3 years ageing in the cellars.
28. VAT 5 Botrytis Semillon, 50ml Gls £5.95 375ml Btl £29.95
‘Botrytis or Noble Rot affects the grapes whilst on the vine to concentrate the sugars producing a delightful rich pudding wine.
29. Orange Muscat & Flora Brown Brothers, 50ml Gls £6.50 375ml Btl £24.95
Made from the lesser known grapes Orange Muscat and Flora, a cross between Semillon and Gewürztraminer, this has marmalade and apricot with a refreshing citrus tang. Light and lively with a beautiful, clean fresh finish.
30. Banyuls 50ml Gls £7.95 500ml Btl £45.95
Chapoutier Banyuls France
An unusual Grenache-based French red dessert wine that takes its name from the town of Banyuls Sur Mer in the south eastern corner of France close Spain. Its sweetness results from the “mutage” method, in which the wine is fortified with grape brandy to interrupt the fermentation process and thereby retaining sweetness.