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Wine List

Our wines offer the perfect accompaniment to your dish by the glass or bottle.

We have developed a diverse drinks selection and carefully compiled wine list featuring local breweries and exciting wine makers.

White Wine

Vina Edmara Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valle Chile 2015
Fresh and lively with well rounded flavour and notes of ripe pear, grapefruit and melon. An excellent glass on its own as an aperitif or great paired with fish, white meats and green salads.
175ml: £5.50                            250ml: £7.00                            Bottle: £20.00
Domaine Des Pourthie, Chardonnay, Languedoc-Roussillon France 2015
Domaine de Pourthie is an estate of 60 hectares, situated near Agde, a few kilometres from the Mediterranean.A dry wine with an elegant hint of butteriness on the nose, refreshing green fruits combined with creaminess on the palate and a lively finish.
175ml: £5.50                            250ml: £7.00                            Bottle: £20.00
Founders Chenin Blanc, Swartland Winery, Perdeberg Western Cape South Africa 2015
Big open skies, arid deserts, the vast flowing landscape, with its unforgiving climate and rugged bush vines, this is wild country, this is Swartland. The contrast with manicured Constantia and oh-so-cool Stellenbosch couldn't be greater. A bright, light yellow-green coloured wine with expressive aromas of ripe passion fruit, guava and pineapple
175ml: £5.50                                    250ml: £7.00                            Bottle: £20.00

Danzante Pinot Grigio, Veneto Italy 2015
Danzante, Italian for dancing, captures the feeling of enjoyment and celebration expressing the passion essential to the Italian lifestyle. Intensive straw yellow with a rich bouquet of tropical fruit such as passion fruit, banana and papaya followed by delicate floral notes. On the palate the wine is wonderfully fresh and well balanced, with an excellent persistence.
175ml: £6.50                             250ml: £8.50                            Bottle: £25.50

Coral do Mar Albariño Pazo do Mar, Rias Baixas Spain 2015
Produced from a single vineyard site on granite and sandy soils, which impart minerality and a fresher style to the wine.
This estate grown and bottled Albariño shows typical stone fruit and citrus characters as well as tropical notes, all held together by a crisp backbone of clean, fresh acidity.
Bottle: £27.00

Andeluna 1300 Torrontes, Argentina 2015
The winery and vineyards cover 70 hectares in the beautiful Uco Valley near Tupungato, one of the best subregions Mendoza.
This aromatic wine shows lovely jasmine, apricot and peachy notes combined with fresh minerality to produce a refreshingly exquisite white wine with a long finish.
Bottle: £28.00
Terroir Picpoul de Pinet Gerard Bertrand, Languedoc-Roussillon France 2015
Gérard Bertrand is one of the most outstanding winemakers in the South of France, where he owns numerous estates among the most prestigious crus of Languedoc-Roussillon. The nose is complex and full of citrus and floral notes combined with white peach, exotic fruit and a hint of pineapple. The palate is robustly rich with zesty fruit and a livewire acidity which keeps your taste-buds tingling. The finish is long and well rounded. Perfect match for seafood.
175ml: £7.25                            250ml: £9.50                            Bottle: £28.50
Hondarrribia, Hiruzta Txakoli Winery, Spain 2015
Rich aromas of crisp apples, grapefruit and tropical pineapple are cloaked in an array of white flowers, all enhanced by the subtle effervescence of the natural carbonic gas. Balanced, fresh and mineral in the mouth, it has the slight characteristic of a pearl wine with well integrated acidity, hints of tropical fruits and a dry, salivating finish.
Bottle: £28.50

Saint Clair Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough New Zealand 2015
A full, crisp and powerful wine showing intense flavours of passion fruit and gooseberry with underlying herbaceous tones.This wine has a full yet elegant palate, subtle minerality and a well balanced lingering finish.
175ml: £7.50                                          250ml: £9.75                                   Bottle: £29.00

Dopff Au Moulin Pinot Blanc, Alsace France 2014
The Dopff family have family have been wine growers since 1574 and still manage the 70 hectare estate near the charming medieval town of Riquewihr.  Fresh and lively aromas of apple blossom with notes of ripe pear combined with spice and almonds.
Bottle: £29.00
Terre di Chieti Pecorino ‘Safari’, Cantina Bove, Abruzzo Italy 2014
The wine has a brilliant straw colour with faint green hues.  The vibrant aromas of peaches, citrus fruits and wild sage jump out of the glass.  It is full bodied, dry and balanced with a refreshing aftertaste of lively citrus fruits.
175ml: £7.50                                          250ml: £9.90                            Bottle: £29.75

Cote du Rhone Blanc André Brunel, Domaine de la Becassonne, Rhône Valley 2014
Based on the typical white Rhone variety of Roussanne – this is a creamy, full flavoured wine with spicy,mineral notes and a fresh finish.
Bottle: £30.00

Macon Village Domaine de L’Elite Burgundy France 2014
Domaine de L’Elite is part of Domaine Creusserome, a family owned winery located in the South of Burgundy near Clessé. A floral fruity nose and an easy drinking style showing fresh fruits with a touch of minerality and a pleasing dry finish.
Ideal with white meats and fish or simply as an aperitif.
Bottle: £32.50

Greco di Tufo, Feudi di San Gregorio, Campania Italy 2014 2014
One of the main protagonists in the renaissance of southern Italian, Feudi di San Gregorio safeguards local traditions and unlock the potential of key indigenous grapes such as this Greco. A Rich and powerfully aromatic nose reminiscent of apricot, apple and peach fruits. It is full bodied and well balanced with a refreshing minerality.
Bottle: £35.00

Gavi di Gavi Michele Chiarlo ‘Rovereto’, Piedmont Italy 2014
Michele Chiarlo is one of Piedmont’s truly great winemakers.  Rovereto is a small, but privileged sub-zone of Gavi recognised as one the best microclimates for the production of the Cortese grape.  Pale straw-yellow in colour with green reflections.  Complex aromas of grapefruit, white flowers and anise.  In the mouth it is dry, balanced and fragrant with a silky texture and good length.
Bottle: £36.00
Woollaston Riesling, Nelson New Zealand 2014
Woollaston is a certified organic and biodynamic winery located in the Upper Moutere in Nelson in an area renowned for their unique aromatic whites. Delicately off-dry with intense floral aromatics and succulent sweetness balanced by pure acidity and a crisp mineral finish.            
Bottle: £36.00

Larry Cherubino Pedestal Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, Margaret River Western Australia 2015
The wine exhibits aromas and flavours in the savoury spectrum. Pea pods, minerality and citrus. The crunchy acidity is softened by layers of texture, which is due to the partial oak fermentation. The palate is intense and focussed, yet soft and immediately drinkable. With a clean zippy acid structure, defined backbone and summery freshness this is the ideal wine for those looking for something sophisticated from this classic Margaret River blend.
Bottle: £36.00
Chablis Domaine Grande Roche, Burgundy France 2014
This wine is beautifully made to let the classic Chardonnay flavours speak for themselves.  Clean fruit with balanced acidity and a dry, crisp finish. Typical fresh mineral notes on the nose and on the palate.
Bottle: £36.50

Sancerre Gerard Millet, Loire Valley France 2015
Smoky and chalky notes over a base of ripely aromatic and succulent kiwi and grapefruit characterise this pretty wine. A luscious balance between richness and vivacity, it is a distinctively elegant wine, laden with racy crispness.
Bottle: £38.00

Lismore Chardonnay, Greyton Western Cape South Africa 2014
Samantha O'Keefe left California with dreams of starting a family and finding paradise. Tucked in to the foothills of a dramatic mountain range at the bottom of Africa, Lismore Estate Vineyards was born alongside her nascent family. Complex, expressive bouquet with touches of smoke and walnut infusing the citrus fruit, a hint of toffee just underneath. The palate is lively and ripe on the entry with apricot, mandarin, orange zest and white peach. It is long in the mouth with a fine, walnut-inspired finish.
Bottle: £40.00
Pouilly Fuissé Prestige, Domaine Ferrand, Burgundy France 2015
Domaine Ferrand has been passed down from father to son for three generations. A full flavoured and rich wine with ripe white fruit aromas and hints of oak.  In the mouth it’s creamy with a nutty, toffee finish.
Bottle: 56.00

Meursault ‘Le Limozin’, Domaine René Monnier, Burgundy France 2013
René Monnier was founded in 1723 and now in the hands of the tenth generation of the family.  Great attention is paid to limiting the yields in the vineyards guarantee the best possible quality. This elegant wine has fine lemony fruit combined with peach and pineapple notes – beautifully integrated oak and a lovely length.
Bottle: £71.00

Red Wine