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Champagne, France ▪ 310
Krug’s bouquet is wonderfully creamy, leading to a magical combination of weight and balance on the palate. The long, lingering finish is toasty, ending with a final flourish of freshness.
Champagne, France ▪ 280
Powerful and complex on the palate, revealing a mixture of yellow fruit (Mirabelle plum), juicy, ripe fruits (nectarine), citrus peel (candied orange) and finely roasted nuts (hazelnut). Gentle, tactile, and full-bodied on the palate.
Champagne, France ▪ 69
Made by the highly respected negociant House of Ellner, this crisp and nutty Champagne comes from older stocks of mature wines, blended to highlight the tropical fruit of the Chardonnay grape and the steely freshness of Pinot Noir. Refined, elegant and refreshing.
Champagne, France ▪ 95
The embodiment of the Louis Roederer style, combining all the fruitiness and freshness of youth with the vinosity of a fully mature Champagne.
England ▪ 125ml 13.90 ▪ 80
Cuvee Chérie Multi-Vintage is Nyetimber’s celebrated Demi-Sec, the first of its kind in England. A wine designed with food in mind, it pairs brilliantly with sweet and fragrant savoury dishes alike.
England ▪ 125ml 13.90 ▪ 80
Lovely pale gold and gentle, fine bubbles, toasty, spicy and complex aromas showing wonderful development after more than three years on lees.
England ▪ 185
This 2013 has an enticing golden colour, tiny bubbles, and delicate aromas. Aromas of fresh citrus are balanced with floral notes and leading on to a rich pastry and brioche characters. Toasty and complex – as classic Blanc de Blancs should be.
Italy ▪ 175ml 9.50 ▪ 39
An attractive nose leads onto a bright fruity palate of pear, melon and honey. The perfect accompaniment to afternoon tea or a wonderful aperitif.
Victoria, Australia ▪ 34.50
A Champagne method sparkling wine made from classic blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir exhibiting notes of baked bread and red apple. Page ▪ 2 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
England ▪ 59
Vibrant pink colour and bursting with red summer fruits. It has a crisp, crunchy palate that is both easy drinking yet structured and serious enough to make a fine apéritif. Lively, summery, and fun.
Côtes de Provence, France 175ml 8.80▪250ml 12.50▪36
This Rosé is a light, summery wine from one of the world’s leading rosé producers. Ripe redcurrant and nectarine abound in a wine that is both elegant and refined.
Pfalz, Germany ▪ 37
This lovely Pinot Noir Rosé is a light, refreshing wine with deliciously bright fruit flavours and a clean, zippy finish.
Vinho Verde, Portugal ▪ 175ml 6.30 ▪ 250ml 9 ▪ 26
Juicy raspberry and strawberry fruit on the palate, crisp & refreshing with a youthful spritz.
Surrey, England ▪ 48
White pepper spice, hazelnut, fennel and marzipan with smooth, long finish. Enjoy with oily meats and spicy dishes. Litmus Orange is produced from 90% hand harvested Bacchus and 10% Pinot Noir. The Bacchus was fermented and remained for eighteen weeks on skins. The Pinot noir was fermented without skin contact and treated as a white wine aged in older oak barriques. Page ▪ 3 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Alsace, France ▪ 175ml 7 ▪ 250ml 10 ▪ 29
Extremely soft and fresh with medium acidity. Fresh and delicately fruity, this superb wine offers notes of peaches and apples, with delicate floral hints.
Germany, Pfalz ▪ 35
Produced in the dry style that is traditional in this part of Germany. It exemplifies the pure stone-fruit flavours and a full, rich texture that are characteristic of the weathered sandstone soils of Pfalz.
Portugal, Minho ▪ 39
This white wine has generous aromas of peaches, lemons, and orange blossom. A full-bodied fleshy wine with a clean and sumptuous mouthfeel. Alvarinho is more commonly known by its Spanish name Albarinho.
Loire Valley, France ▪ 175ml 10.90▪250ml 15.50 ▪ 45
Refined, fresh nettle and flint aromatics and generous mouth filling crunchy stone-fruit flavours. A classic example of a wine from this cherished and revered appellation.
Languedoc, France ▪175ml 7 ▪ 250ml 10 ▪ 29
Beautifully clear white wine exuding aromas of lychee, grapefruit and other citrus fruits which are continued in the full and lingering flavours.
Languedoc, France ▪ 175ml 9 ▪ 250ml 12.80 ▪ 37
A delicious and fresh balance of rich fruit and fresh acidity bursts on to the palate. Subtle herbs and salty minerality define this delightfully fragrant varietal.
Savoie, France ▪ 55
All of the 100-year-old vines are farmed without pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers, are certified organic, and practicing biodynamic. Dry, yet fruity.
Sicily, Italy ▪ 33
On the nose there are notes of dried fruits and nuts, with hints of oranges and grapefruit. The palate is soft and well-rounded, with touches of honey on the long finish.
Martinborough, New Zealand ▪ 50
Pale straw colour with a green hue. Lovely aromas of citrus blossom, lime, jasmine, and the faintest hint of fresh honey. Finishes dry, fresh, and long.
Marlborough, New Zealand ▪ 70
Classic white and yellow fruit, honeysuckle and floral notes on the nose. A great balance between acidity and sun kissed fruit. This wine exudes a classic warming, subtle, long, and mellow finish. Page ▪ 4 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Burgundy, France ▪ 64
Ripe and inviting flavours; intense citrus combined with more tropical fruits. The texture has a creaminess to it, and there is a delicate biscuity note from a good period of lees ageing.
Burgundy, France ▪ 110
The Brocard family have created fantastic Chablis since 1973. Today, father-and-son duo Jean-Marc and Julien, along with chief winemaker Pierre Brissy, apply a painstaking attention to detail to craft remarkably fresh Chablis in tiny quantities. This one is made on the Bougros Grand Cru climat (the best of the best spots). It’s very elegant with notes of citrus, tangerine, toast and sweet spices.
Marlborough, New Zealand ▪ 85
A complex nose that ranges from figs and lemon butter to more savoury elements of fresh hay with hints of butterscotch. The palate is substantial and rounded with a smoky complexity and a long persistent finish.
Victoria, Australia ▪ 175ml 6.60 ▪ 250ml 9.40 ▪ 27
Nectarine, peaches and pink grapefruit are at the centre of this fine Chardonnay from Victoria.
Robertson, South Africa ▪ 50
Intense tropical fruit is perfectly married to creamy marzipan. Unwooded, this wine exhibits a buttery mouthfeel, and the finish is long and layered.
Valle de Colchagua, Chile ▪ 29
From a pioneering 5th generation estate. With a whisper of oak for a touch of creaminess and its ripe tropical fruit and peach flavours, Casa Silva is a delightful mouth filling white.
Campania, Italy ▪ 32
Imported by the Greeks over 2000 years ago, Greco thrives on the volcanic soil of Campania and is naturally protected from the excessive heat and cold by the Matese mountains. Clean, mineral and very refreshing with aromas of stone fruits and herbal notes.
Kremstal, Austria ▪ 42
The estate is based in a 16th Century monastery and has been in the family for over 200 years. This Grüner Veltliner is full of spicy floral aromas, the body is light and soft, and the finish is uniquely refreshing. Certified organic. Page ▪ 5 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Rhône, France ▪ 89
13 generations of the Quiot family have been producing wine on this estate since 1748. An incredible wine with perfect balanced flavours. An intense rich and concentrate red, with a pepper edge and earthy nose.
Cotes du Roussillon Village, France ▪ 68
Predominantly Shiraz, this wine exhibits a rich mix of black and red fruits. The blend is supported by wonderful old vine Carignan and spicy Grenache. This wine has refreshing acidity and palate cleaning minerality.
Stellenbosch, South Africa ▪ 35
A generous & fruity wine with aromas and flavours of forest fruits, cassis, and blackberries.
Stellenbosch, South Africa ▪ 46
As a member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative, for every hectare under vineyard, an additional hectare of natural vegetation is committed to conservation. Full-bodied wine with flavours of plum, toasted coconut and dark chocolate with a good tannic backbone.
California, USA ▪ 175ml 8.30 ▪ 250ml 11.80 ▪ 34
Rich and full flavoured, brimming with elegant plum and cassis flavours. Balanced with a lick of vanilla, and a hint of spice.
Margaux, Bordeaux, France ▪ 120
Blackberries and a touch of cassis add real appeal. There is a generous core of velvety fruit and the most appropriate descriptor for the entire tasting experience is ‘charming’.
Bordeaux, France ▪ 69
Predominantly Merlot, with a small amount of structure-giving Cabernet Sauvignon that makes it flavoursome and complex. Expect plenty of blackcurrant and woody spice notes.
Magnum 1.5Litre Haut-Médoc, Bordeaux, France ▪ 110
Dark fruits with a touch of liquorice spice. Silky tannins, with a long, smooth, finish.
Stellenbosch, South Africa ▪33
This wine has a rich earthy character, with notes of summer herbs accompanying the ripe dark fruit flavours. A touch of sweet spice on the palate, with smooth tannins. Page ▪ 6 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Veneto, Italy ▪ 175ml 9.50 ▪ 250ml 13 ▪ 39
Made in the Appassimento style and then blended with Merlot this beautifully full bodied, soft and spicy wine tastes like vibrant red berries and prunes.
Mendoza, Argentina | 175ml 8.25 ▪ 250ml 11.50 ▪ 32
This full-bodied wine reveals ripe fruit flavours of blackberry and cassis with balanced tannins. It has a well-defined varietal character.
Veneto, Italy ▪ 120
The name, ‘Le Origini’ means ‘in the beginning’, a reference to Bolla being the first winery to market ‘Amarone’ way back in 1953. Bolla’s Le Origini Amarone della Valpolicella DOC Classico reveals itself in a bold and velvety garnet red colour with violet highlights in the glass. In the nose it pampers with a scent of wild cherries, jam, ripe pear, vanilla, liquorice, and cedar wood. On the palate it looks full-bodied and warm with distinct hints of cocoa and spices.
Piemonte, Italy ▪ 73
Pale ruby with garnet hues and powerful aromas of rich, ripe cherries with intricate complexities of spice, tea leaves and rose petals.
Piedmont, Italy ▪ 52
The 2018 vintage has produced a very juicy, succulent wine showing black cherry and rose aromas, with a vibrant palate of cherry and raspberry fruit, and soft, juicy tannins.
La Mancha, Spain ▪ 175ml 7 ▪ 250ml 10 ▪ 29
Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Syrah. This red has flavours and aromas of cacao, coffee, liquor, cedar wood, pipe, tobacco, wood, blackberry jam and exotic fruit, with notes of slate and ginger. Page ▪ 7 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Beaujolais, France ▪ 59
Vibrant red in colour, with aromas of dark flowers and earth, followed by a plump, silky palate of crushed red berry fruit offset by a touch of earthy spice.
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy ▪ 90
100% Pinot Noir aged in oak for 15 months. Dry and full bodied. A beautiful red wine with tannins which are both naturally powerful and silky with an aroma of black fruits.
Beaujolais, France ▪ 69
Bursting with cherries, liquorice, and violets with a deliciously savoury and fresh finish. Enjoy at room temperature with Pork, duck, or game meats.
Languedoc, France ▪ 175ml 6.75 ▪ 250ml 9.50 ▪ 27.50
This juicy wine is a beautiful cherry red in colour. With an abundance of intense red berry fruit with hints of vanilla. Produced using forty-year-old vines.
Marlborough, New Zealand ▪ 42
Garnet in colour with red cherry notes on the nose and hints of wild thyme. A vibrant palate of cherry, plum and red berry fruits combined with subtle oak notes. Medium bodied Pinot noir displaying velvety soft tannins.
Phalz, Germany ▪ 37
Attractive herby, savoury, mineral character to the nose which shows some lightly aromatic red cherry fruit. The palate has a smooth, elegant fruitiness with a hint of spice as well as a trace of earthy complexity. A light, attractive Pinot Noir of real character. Page ▪ 8 Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg, or milk products. Please ask a member of staff should you require guidance
Sauternes, Château Petit Guiraud Bordeaux, France, 2017 ▪ 8.95
Maury, Jean Marc Lafage Languedoc, France, 2020 ▪ 6.25
Casa Silva, Late Harvest, Semillon Gewurztraminer Chile, 2019 ▪ 5.50
Royal Tokai, Late Harvest, Yellow Muscat Hungary, 2017 ▪ 6.50
Poças, Late Bottled Vintage Port, 2013 ▪ 7.95
Poças, 10-Year-Old Tawny Port ▪ 10.95
Maxime Trijol XO Grande Champagne ▪ 18
Armagnac Baron de Sigognac 10 years aged, Bas Armagnac ▪ 8.50
Calvados Berneroy, VSOP ▪ 8.50
The Peat Monster Blended Single Malt Whisky ▪ 8
Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky. The Cotswolds ▪ 11
Spice Tree, Highland, Scotland ▪ 11
Finlaggan Old Reserve Single Malt, Islay, Scotland ▪ 11
Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky. Japan ▪ 11
Teeling Small Batch Whiskey, Dublin, Ireland ▪ 8