Wine List


Glass (125ml) Bt. (75cl)

Prosecco, Le Dolci Colline, Italy

Peaches and pears. Frothy and light. Gets any party off to a good start.

£5.00 £25.00

Champagne Charles Chevalier, Brut d’Honneur, NV, France

A fine dry Champagne made from grapes grown in the best Cru vineyards of Ay, home to Bollinger.

Matured for 5 years before release in the family’s cool chalk cellars- simply delicious.



Glass (175ml) Bt. (75cl)

Ca’ di Ponti, Catarratto, Sicily

A characterful dry white wine made from Sicily’s little-known Catarratto grape.

Lush peaches and pineapple with a refreshing lemony acidity makes this a great all rounder

£6.00 £22.00

False Bay Wild Yeast Chenin Blanc, South Africa

Flavours of apple, apricots and vanilla. Wild yeast fermented to give extra body and weight in the mouth.

Good match for white meat and chicken. Whisper of oak.

£6.00 £22.00

Conviviale Pinot Grigio, Italy

Light, clean, crisp and lemony with aromas of pears and apples.

A perfect pick-me up or great match for seafood, fish and light dishes. No oak

£6.00 £22.00

Tabali Reserva Chardonnay, Chile

An elegant Chardonnay made by Chile’s top winemaker, Felipe Muller.  Lemon, honey and citrus notes. Perfect with chicken and  white meats

£ 7.50 £28.00
 Albarino Orballo, Spain

Another Spanish crowd-pleaser from Galicia in the rainy NW. Ripe peaches and cream with a touch of spritz and a surprisingly dry finish. Loves to be with seafood, fish and whiter meats. No oak.

£8.00 £30.00

Peacock Ridge Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa

A concentrated, classy and crisp sauvignon blanc. Made for salads and seafood. A perfect palate cleanser or aperitif

£7.50 £28.00

Chablis La Lotte, France

Pure, unadulterated chardonnay and flinty soils make Chablis the perfect aperitif or match with oysters, fish and seafood. Zesty and lemony, crisp and dry. No oak

Keith Tulloch Chardonnay, Australia

Forget the Aussie Chardonnays of the ‘90s, this wine is refined, minerally nectarines and peaches with beautiful vanilla and subtle smoky oak undertones



Glass (175ml) Bt. (75cl)

Grand Cape Rosé, South Africa

South African roses are deeper in colour and richer than their french counterparts. A rose that packs a punch

£6.00 £22.00


Glass (175ml) Bt. (75cl)

El Tesoro Monastrell Shiraz, Spain

Warm, spicy and fruity. A wine that will lift anyone’s spirits on a winter’s evening. Drink on its own or
serve with simple meat dishes.

£6.00 £22.00

Tabalí Reserve Merlot, Chile

Bursting with blackcurrants and smooth as a silk purse, this wine comes from the man voted Chile’s top winemaker, Felipe Muller. Yum.









 Nieto Reserve, Malbec, Argentina

Malbec is a great easy-drinking wine- rich, smooth, fruity and full bodied and this one is a blockbuster! A cast of plums, figs, vanilla and mocha will guarantee applause. The perfect match for steak. 

£7.50 £28.00

Vega Del Rayo Rioja Reserva, Spain

A classic style aged Rioja (2005) with an aroma of strawberries and a meaty, almost savoury, palate. Rioja loves lamb and grilled meats, so give it some!

MOKO black Pinot Noir, New Zealand 

A gutsy Pinot Noir bursting with fresh strawberries and spice straight from NZ’s super-trendy Central Otago Region.  Loves game and lamb dishes or even the Christmas turkey


Tain Crozes-Hermitage, Syrah, France

A heart-warming wine full of luscious strawberry, blackcurrant and peppery spice from the Rhône’s finest vineyards. Will partner well with beef, steaks, and warm winter stews and casseroles.


Some Young Punks “Passion has red lips” Cabernet Shiraz, Australia

A rich mouthful of lip-smacking, sensuously structured McLaren Cabernet and Clare Shiraz: cranberry, black fruit, aromatic smoke, with more savoury flavours of black tapenade, herbs and a hint of tobacco.  Gorgeous.


Chateau Giraudels de Milon, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France

Lots of Bordeaux wines can be hard work, but this claret is soft, smooth and slips down easily. Cherry fruits and smoky flavours make it a perfect partner for lamb, game and red meats. Lovely Merlot/Cabernet blend.



Glass (125ml) Bt. (75cl)

Moscato Passito ‘Palazzina’, Italy

Sweet honey, flowers and apricots abound in this headily perfumed wine from Barolo country.

Perfectly complements desserts. Light and deliciously sweet.


Dow’s Ruby Port

A heart-warming finish to the evening. Dark berries and spice.

£5.00 £21.00

Taylor’s 10 Year Old Tawny

A consistent medal-winning wine and just how a tawny should be: walnuts, caramel, toffee.

£8.00 £29.00

List written and compiled by Rebecca Jones, Associate of the Institute of Wines & Spirits

Wines supplied by Boutinot, Wine Merchant of the Year (Sommelier Awards, 2009-2011)