Wine List

We hand pick our Wine List and update it regularly.  There’s always a good choice ranging from the quaff-able to finer dining wines. We hope you enjoy drinking our wines as much as we did choosing them!

Tasting Guide

White and Rose: 1 (Dry) to 9 (Sweet)
Red: A (Soft and Light) to E (Full Bodied)

Allergens and alcoholic strength

Wines on this list may contain Sulphites, eggs or milk products. Please ask a member of Staff should you require guidance.  The % Alcohol by Volume may vary according to availability.

Wines By The Glass

1 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Alta Baliza, Central Valley, Chile (C)
Attractive aromas of berries with mature red fruits and spices. The palate demonstrates the classical force of the variety, with a firm body and lasting finish. 13% vol
175ml £4.20 | btl £16.50

2 – Merlot, Alta Baliza, Central Valley, Chile (C)
An intense violet red colour. On the nose, aromas of mature fruits, red berries and some spiced notes. Rich in tannins with a medium body and has a mildly persistent finish. 13% vol
175ml £4.20 | btl £16.50

3 – Shiraz, Rumours, South East Australia (C)
Sweet cherry fruit with silky cocoa and chocolate tannins. Intense black cherries are supported by hints of vanilla and earthy aromas making this an Aussie Shiraz worth discovering. 12.5% vol 125ml 175ml £4.30 | btl £17.00

4 – Rioja, Cormoran, Rioja, Spain (B)
Bright cherry red with masses of red berry fruit flavours leading into richer, warmer fruits with a hint of vanilla. Well-balanced, lingering and harmonious. 14% vol
175ml £4.30 | btl £17.00

5 – Chardonnay, Alta Baliza, Central Valley, Chile (2)
Fresh and young, slightly golden with green olive hints. Sweet and tropical aromas such as banana and pineapple combine and on the palate, the wine is crisp, soft and well balanced. 12.5% vol
175ml £4.20 | btl £16.50

6 – Sauvignon Blanc, Alta Baliza, Central Valley, Chile (1)
A refreshing, young wine showing a green yellow colour. The aromas are fresh with hints of grass and citrus fruit. On the palate, balanced acidity, light body and lingering finish. 12.5% vol
175ml £4.20 | btl £16.50

7 – Garganega-Pinot Grigio, San Alessandro, Venezie, Italy (2)
Light and delicate style with floral notes and a lime and sherbet touch. 11.5% vol
175ml £4.30 | btl £17.00

Rose Wines

8 – Coreto Rosado, Lisboa, Portugal (2)
Award-winning wine for its intense fruity aromas, mouth-watering juiciness and crisp, fresh flavours of strawberries and raspberries. A great all-rounder rose for drinking with or without food. 12% vol
175ml £4.10 | btl £16.50

9 – Sables d’Azur Rose, Cotes de Provence, France (2)
Classic Cotes de Provence rose. Salmon coloured, elegant nose of white flowers, summer fruits and citrus with crisp acidity and delicate finish. 13% vol
btl £19.50

Red Wines

10 – Sangiovese, Villa Cardini, Puglia, Italy (B)
Delicate and aromatic berry flavours, refined plum notes.
A medium-bodied style, balanced on the palate with cherry fruit and gentle tannins.
12.5% vol – £19.00

11 – Malbec, Tanguero, Finca Flichman, Mendoza, Argentina (C)
An expressive young wine packed with red fruits and aromatic floral notes. A bright mouthful of generous character.
12.5% vol – £19.00

12 – Pinotage, Huntersville, Swartland, South Africa (C)
A superb young Pinotage. The flavours of this unique South African cultivar show ripe plum and fruitcake all beautifully integrated and then finished with subtle oak for a lingering after taste.
14% vol – £19.00

13 – Black Label Red, McGuigan, South East Australia (C)
The McGuigan trademark style: good bright red, cheerful juicy aroma, soft sweet fruit and plenty of vitality.
13% vol – £19.50

14 – Merlot, Honores de Berticot, IGP de I’Atlantique, France (C)
No heaviness, here is a light supple Merlot that takes its cue from many traditional light wines made in neighbouring Bordeaux. 12.5% vol – £20.00

15 – Cotes du Rhone, Auguste Bessac, Rhone, France (B)
Young and well-ripened, this Rhone red is wonderfully easy- drinking with light berry fruit style.
13% vol – £20.00

16 – Irreverente, Beiras, Portugal (D)
Smoky, black and powerful and packed with herbal notes and hedgerow flavours. It is invigorating and full of vitality with a bright edge of spiced berries.
13% vol – £25.00

17 – Fleurie Belle Grace, Aujoux, Beaujolais, Burgundy, France (C)
Vibrant aroma that is absolutely classic raspberries and cream. Soft texture and concentrated berry fruit give weight.
12.5% vol – £26.00

18 – Chianti Classico, Castello d’Albola, Italy (D)
A traditional Chianti Classico with aromas of fruit cake and subtle spice and a complex yet balanced palate with herbal undertones. 13% vol – £26.50

19 – Pinot Noir, The Crossings Marlborough, New Zealand (B)
Finely poised aromas of red cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness. The palate is vibrantly intense with a full, rich and silky mouthful.
13.5% vol – £26.50

20 – Chateau Bardoulet, Grand Cru St.Emilion, Bordeaux, France (C)
The 2010 vintage offers a lovely purple colour and a powerful, complex, fruity and spicy nose that delights us with prune and gingerbread aromas. On the palate the wine is supple and well- balanced, with beautiful notes of cherry jam. It ends with a long finish.
14% vol – £36.00

21 – Hautes Cotes de Beaune, Domaine Chanson Burgundy, France (C)
True Burgundy quality has been given to this young Hautes Cotes – a real over-performer in its class with vibrant fruit and absolute depth.
12.5% vol – £37.00

22 – Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Colombo & Fille Rhone, France (B)
A big wine intense colour, nose and palate. Ripe fruit and gingerbread notes with a touch of typical local herbs.
14% vol – £38.00

White Wines

23 – Chenin Blanc, Huntersville, Swartland, South Africa (3)
Light and refreshing – made from South Africa’s most popular white grape variety.
13.5% vol – £17.50

24 – Torrontes, Martin Fierro, Bodegas Borbore, San Juan, Argentina (2)
Argentina’s white grape shows its true varietal character here with a pretty floral nose reminiscent of fresh fruit salad. The palate shows white flower and tropical fruit notes. A wonderfully aromatic wine that pairs well with spicy chicken or fish dishes.
13.5% vol – £18.00

25 – Fiano Lunate, Botter, Sicily, Italy (l)
One for the senses; deep golden colour, tropical aromatics and a palate that bursts with flavours of mango and pineapple. Crisp, dry and harmonious.
13.5% vol – £18.50

26 – Alvarinho, Grand’Arte, Lisboa, Portugal (2)
A dry wine of real finesse with an intense aroma of ripe orchard fruits. The body is full and mouth filling with a delicious, creamy tropical character yet has a fresh, citrus quality and a long finish.
12.5% vol – £19.00

27 –  Ermita de San Felices Rioja Blanco, Bodegas Santalba, Rioja, Spain (2)
A very fruity aroma with sweet overtones resulting from good quality Viura grapes. Well structured, good acidity and a long finish. This wine is highly recommended with seafood.
12.5% vol – £19.50

28 – Viognier, Laurent Miquel, Languedoc, France (2)
Peach-scented Viognier is perfectly pitched here.  Skilful wine making keeps the peach notes true, right through the lovely, long, cool finish.
13.5% vol – £19.50

29 – Dart Valley Reserve, Sharpham, Devon, England (2)
Super full-flavoured, zippy estate wine. Energetic and with all the structure for a long and happy life.
11% vol – £19.50 30

30 – Sauvignon Blanc, Spy Valley, Marlborough, New Zealand (2)
Luscious, ripe, creamy vanilla nose over classic gooseberry fruit with notes of green pepper. Brilliantly crisp and racy with a ripe intensity of fruit and bursting with vitality through the immense citrus fruit.
13.5% vol – £24.00

31 – Sancerre, Domaine Neveu, Loire, France (2)
A classic wine from the historical home of Sauvignon. Not only does it have an elegant ‘gunflint’ minerality, but the grassy, gooseberry fruit carries through the citrus richness.
12.5% – £28.00

32 – Chablis, Jean Deligny, Burgundy, France (l)
A rich and complex wine with a wonderful, fat structure in the mouth and the charming typical Chardonnay aromas of butter or brioche. Harmonious, fine and elegant with an excellent aromatic linger. 12.5% vol – £29.00

 

Sparkling & Champagne

33 – Pergolo Prosecco, Treviso, Italy (1)
Pale straw-yellow and a fine, clear mousse with delicate bubbles. Exuberantly fruity, aromatic, with appley notes. Well-balanced and easy-drinking with the delicate almond note typical of the grape variety.
11 % vol – £18.50 (125ml £4.50)

34 – Ponsard Brut, Champagne, France (1)
Champagne Ponsard is a sous label from the renowned de Castellaine in Epernay, which is owned by the Laurent-Perrier group. It has a delicious full yeasty aroma from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes.
12.5% vol – £29.50

35 – Laurent-Perrier Brut, Champagne, France (l)
In the top rank of Champagne houses, their style is light and elegant. Real finesse tops yeasty, fresh bread undertones and taut apple and citrus fruit. Great complexity and absolute purity.
12% vol – £45.00