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Wine Menu




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


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


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


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


Marmesa Edna Valley Chardonnay 2005 (California)

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


Thelema Rhine Riesling 2007(South Africa)

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


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


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


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

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


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!


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


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

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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

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


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


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


Rioja Reserva,Marques de Riscal 2004 (Spain)

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


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


Abadia Retuerta Seleccion Especial 2005/6(Spain)

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


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


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

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


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


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

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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)


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


Fort Ross Scherrer Vineyard Chardonnay 2001(California)


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

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.


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


Sanford Estate Pinot Noir 2002 (California)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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!


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


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


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


Barolo Riserva DOCG 1982 Villadoria(Italy)


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


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

A very rare find indeed and drinking exceptionally well


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

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


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”


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

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

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


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