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Wine Menu

 

CHAMPAGNE AND SPARKLING WINES

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Marquis de la Tour Sparkling Brut NV(France)

A crisp, fresh sparkling wine with soft green apple, lemon and peach flavours and a gentle fizz

£4.90   £19.50

Marquis de la Tour Sparkling Rosé NV (France)

Delicious, lively rosé with notes of redcurrants and raspberries and a soft, fine mousse

£5.00   £20.00

Moutard Pere & Fils Brut Reserve NV (Champagne)

A full, creamy Chardonnay driven palate leading through to a fresh, clean and fruity finish

    £47.25

Besserat de Bellefon Cuvée des Moins Brut NV (Champagne)

Created in the 1920’s for Maxim’s of Paris, this is stunning champagne, comparable to the very best

    £57.75

Besserat de Bellefon Cuvée des Moins Brut Rose NV (Champagne)

Slightly less pressure results in super-fine bubbles, a luscious, fine palate and breathtaking finish

    £68.25
WHITE WINESGlass
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Domaines Paul Mas Claude Val Blanc 2009 (Languedoc, France)

A complex nose with citrus and notes of white flowers evolving towards tropical fruit aromas. With a fruity, rich and vivid palate, this is a full well balanced white wine with a lovely long finish.

£4.40 £5.95 £16.95

Borgo Selene, Catarratto/Inzolia 2008 (Italy)

Full, juicy and not as dry as our other white wines. Great on its own and with spicier food

£4.15 £5.55 £15.60

Les Nuages, Touraine Sauvignon Blanc 2008 (Loire, France)

Packed with gooseberry and lime flavours, superb value and the perfect match for any seafood

£4.90 £7.10 £19.50

Tinpot Hut Sauvignon Blanc 2008/9 (New Zealand)

Lovey NZ Sauvignon with great depth and intensity, hints of passion fruit and citrus and good minerality

    £26.50

Marmesa Edna Valley Chardonnay 2005 (California)

A very Burgundian style white. Rich and full with a luscious nutty, buttery palate. Perfect with poultry

    £26.80

Thelema Rhine Riesling 2007(South Africa)

Pale yellow with citrus rind, marmalade and honeyed fruit flavours, and a dry, racy finish. A great aperitif

    £27.70

Chablis, Domaine de Vauroux 2006/7(Burgundy, France)

Aromatic with clean, crisp, appley acidity, flavours of white peach and pears and a steely, dry finish

    £30.00

Saint Veran, Bouchard Ainé & Fils 2007/8 (Burgundy, France)

A delicious dry Burgundy bursting with peach, pear and almond aromas. Great with chicken, pork and fish

    £32.00

Sancerre, Domaine de la Chezatte 2007/8 (Loire, France)

Crisp gooseberry and lemon with flinty, minerally notes. A lovely fresh Sancerre

    £35.00

Howard Park Chardonnay 2005 (Western Australia)

One of the best Chardonnays made in Oz. Clean and fresh with soft nutty undertones. A ‘must-try’ wine!

    £46.00

Pouilly Fuissé ‘La Criox’ Robert Denogent 2006/7(Burgundy, France)

Deep, creamy Burgundy with hints of vanilla & oak, complimented by lemon, melon & peach fruit flavours

    £46.30

Mission Hill Chardonnay 2004 Okangan Valley(Okangan Valley, Canada)

Iconic wine from Canada. Enticing and very expressive with citrus, hazelnuts and vanilla and a long finish

    £56.20
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ROSE WINESGlass
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Les Nuages, Pinot Noir Rosé 2008(Loire France)

A refreshing wine that can be enjoyed on its own and with pasta, salads, pâtés and sandwiches

£4.90 £7.10 £19.50

Côtes du Rhône Rosé, Paul Jaboulet Aîné “Parallèle 45” 2007/8(Rhône, France)

Very classy Rosé from one of the best producers in the Rhône. Full and dry with creamy red fruits

£6.10 £8.10 £22.70
RED WINESGlass
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Domaines Paul Mas Claude Val Rouge 2010 (Languedoc, France)

A sophisticated wine with plum and raspberry notes evolving towards soft spice aromas. The palate is fruity, rich and round. A very smooth wine, well balanced, finishing with liquorice notes.

£4.40 £5.95 £16.95

Borgo Selene, Nerello Mascalese/Nero d'Avola 2008 (Italy)

A fuller style of red with balanced acidty, fruit and tannins. A good match for red meats and cheese

£4.30 £5.65 £16.30

Les Nuages Pinot Noir 2007 (Loire, France)

Brambley, nettley fruit characters with refreshing acidity. A lighter, thirst-quenching wine

    £19.5

Côtes du Rhône, Paul Jaboulet Aîné “Parallèle 45” 2006 (Rhone, France)

Aristocratic Côtes du Rhône. Medium-bodied, superbly balanced fruit & tannin with great length

£5.75 £7.50 £21.50

Louis Latour Domaine de Valmoissine Pinot Noir 2007(Coteaux du Verdon, France)

Burgundy style Pinot from Latour’s Southern French domaine. A truly delicious, brambly, juicy red

    £26.00

Château Chateau La Croix Ferrandat St-Emilion 2004(Bordeaux, France)

Claret at its best with the fruit and tannins in perfect harmony. Superb with lamb and steak

    £29.00

Rioja Reserva,Marques de Riscal 2004 (Spain)

Our favourite Rioja with mild, peppery notes and soft, rounded tannins. A very pleasant and elegant wine

    £35.00

Saint Joseph ‘Le Grand Pompée’ Paul Jaboulet Aîné 2005(Rhône, France)

Full-bodied, with typical, spicy black fruit flavours from this classy Syrah dominated Rhône red

    £44.00

Abadia Retuerta Seleccion Especial 2005/6(Spain)

The terrific flagship wine from this award-winning winery. Full-bodied, yet wonderfully soft and velvety

    £42.00

Châteauneuf du Pape, Château Saint Jean 2004/5(Loire, France)

Typically full, herbaceous Châteauneuf, mentioned by R Parker as one of the domains to watch

    £47.80

Gevrey Chambertin, Domaine Dominique Gallois 2003(Burgundy, France)

Well-rounded dry pinot noir with typical ‘terroir’ characteristics – a classic Gevrey Chambertin

    £52.00

Amarone Della Valpolicella DOCG, Torre del Falasco 2005 (Italy)

Full-bodied, rich and smooth and like liquid velvet, this is one of the best Amarones in the world

    £52.50

d’Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2005 S. Australia

THE iconic red wine from South Australia. Huge, nose and pallet that needs at least an hour to breathe

    £58.50
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DESSERT WINESGlass
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Château de Myrat, Sauternes 1996(Bordeaux, France)

Not too heavy for a Sauternes, with a syrupy, pineapple-scented nose and fruit-driven palate.

£8.80 £26.50  

De Trafford Straw Wine 2005 Stellenbosch, South Africa (Half-Bottle)

  £58.00  
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Quinta do Infantado 2001/4 LBV (Portugal)

Gold medal at IWC, super, rich, refined, soft and supple with great intensity.

£5.50   £33.00

Ramos Pinto Vintage 1985 (Portugal)

Wonderfully rich with Christmas cake and rich stewed fruit flavours and a long, lingering finish.

£10.90   £69.00
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FINE WINES AND BIN ENDS: DRY WHITEBottle

Baron Philippe de Rothschild Reserve Graves 2009 (Bordeaux, France)

    £42.00

Fort Ross Scherrer Vineyard Chardonnay 2001(California)

    £55.00

Chablis Grand Cru ‘Les Clos’ 2000, J Moreau & Fils(Burgundy, France)

Stunning, mature burgundy at its absolute best. A steal at this price!

    Magnum £105.00
FINE WINES AND BIN ENDS: REDBottle

Chateau Lynch Moussas 1999, Pauillac, 5eme Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

A supple palate, with black fruit, oak, vanilla and cocoa. A great alliance of fruit and wood.

    £55.00

Abadia Retuerta ‘Cuvée el Palomar’ 2004(Sardon de Duero, Spain)

    £55.00

Sanford Estate Pinot Noir 2002 (California)

    £60.00

Château Saint Bonnet 1983, Medoc Cru Bourgeois(Bordeaux, France)

    £62.00

Yering Station Reserve Pinot Noir 2003(Victoria, Australia)

Fuller bodied than many Pinot Noirs with a silky, smooth elegance normally only found in top Burgundies

    £69.00

Château Brane Cantenac 1998, Margaux 2éme Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

    £79.00

Rioja ‘Baron de Chirel’ Marques de Riscal 2001/3 (Spain)

    £85.00

Aloxe Corton 1er Cru 'Les Vercots' Domaine Follin-Arbelet 2000 (France)

    £85.00

Château Branaire Ducru 1983, Saint Julien 4éme Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

    £96.60

Pavillon Rouge du Chateau Margaux 1996, 1er Cru Classé (Bordeaux, France)

Stunning Margaux – very refined and aristocratic, with 100 Parker points for the 1st wine!

    £149.00

Châteauneuf du Pape 1986 Château de Beaucastel(Rhone, France)

    £110.00

Château Lynch Bages 2002, Pauillac 5éme Cru Classé (Bordeaux, France)

    £115.00

Château Pichon Longueville (Baron) 1998, Pauillac 2éme Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

    £120.00

Barolo Riserva DOCG 1982 Villadoria(Italy)

    £135.00

Hermitage ‘La Chapelle’ 1992 Paul Jaboulet Aîné (Rhone, France)

The top wine from the Rhône. The 1961 vintage sold at auction for more than any other wine .... ever

    £145.00

Château Marquis de Terme 1966, Margaux 4éme Cru Classé (Bordeaux, France)

A very rare find indeed and drinking exceptionally well

    £149.00

Château Mouton Rothschild 1993, Pauillac 1er Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

An impressive 90 points from R Parker and drinking perfectly now (2004 – 2015)

    £265.00

Château Haut Brion 1995, Pessac-Leognan 1er Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

Massive 96 points from R Parker and described as “brilliant”, “knockout” and “exceptional Haut-Brion”

    £475.00

Richebourg 1967 Domaine de la Romanée Conti(Burgundy, France) 24 hours' notice

    £940.00
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FINE WINES AND BIN ENDS: DESSERT WINESHalf-Bottle

Chateau d'Yquem, Sauternes 1er Cru Classé(Bordeaux, France)

Wonderful apple, and vanilla aromas, with lots of pineapple and honey. A beautiful, silky Sauternes

  £157.50
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