“Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant

“Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant
“Wine makes every meal an occasion,
every table more elegant, every day more civilised”
André Simon
Port
Bottle
45.
Churchill's Réserve Port
75ml Glass
The quality of this wine is such that it is described as 'Vintage Reserve', putting it in a
category above its competitors. Because it is refrigerated and filtered prior to bottling,
the wine is ready for immediate drinking.
46.
Smith Woodhouse Quinta Madalena Vintage Port 1996
Lovely ruby colour, this wine is already approachable, with excellent bottle age
characteristics.
£4.75
£41.00
£75.00
Sweet Wines
Bottle
47.
Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos, Hungary 2008
Old gold verging on tawny with a bouquet of apple, flowers,
dried apricots and raisins is backed up with a hint of Oloroso Sherry.
£5.50
(50cl)
£32.50
48.
Sauternes, Reserve Dulong, France 2012
75ml Glass
£7.50
Superb flavours of honey with apricot hints backed up with excellent fresh acidity.
(50cl)
£39.50
48a. Suri Moscato, Villa Giada DOCG, Piedmont 2016
It's Italian, sweet but not indecently though - and very refreshing.
75ml Glass
125ml Glass
£5.50
£32.50
Armagnac & Cognacs
49.
Frapin VSOP Grande Champagne, Cognac
Golden amber. Complex, fruity and floral, a discreet note of vanilla
£5.00
50.
Delord Hors d'Age, Delord
This Armagnac expresses the essence of Delord perfectly, soft and fruity.
£7.50
51.
Delord Vieil Armagnac Vintage 1985
32yrs old and still fantastic!
£8.50
52.
Frapin VIP XO Grande Champagne, Cognac
The perfect digestif.
selection of malt whiskies is available at the bar
£15.00
White Wines by the glass and carafe
Magnum
MAGNUM
36.
£55.00
Navajas Rioja, Spain 2015
This is Rioja at its precocious youthful best, with intense raspberry and black cherry
37.
Château La Tuilerie du Puy, Bordeaux, France 2012
This wine is smooth with soft tannins and lasting flavours of red fruits.
£60.00
38.
Churchill's Réserve Port N/V
The quality of this wine is such that it is described as 'Vintage Reserve', putting it in a
category above its competitors. Because it is refrigerated and filtered prior to bottling,
the wine is ready for immediate drinking.
£85.00
175ml
250ml
1/2L Carafe
Le Havre de Paix, Côtes de Gascogne
Vin de France
£4.85
£6.50
£12.70
Santa Lucia Sauvignon Blanc
Central Valley, Chile
£5.35
£7.20
£14.00
Pinot Grigio, Calusari, Cramele Recas
New Europe
£5.45
£7.25
£14.30
One Chain 'The Googly' Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills
Australia
£6.35
£8.50
£16.70
Grange du Midi, Old Vine Carignan
Vin de Pays D’Oc
£5.25
£6.95
£13.80
Santa Lucia Merlot
Central Valley, Chile
£5.35
£7.20
£14.00
£6.05
£8.05
£15.90
Red Wines by the glass and carafe
Rosé
1/2L Carafe
Bottle
39.
Domaine de La Colombette, Grenache France
A simple pleasant wine with a lovely fresh taste.
£14.90
£21.50
Volets Malbec
Haute Vallée de l'Aude, France
£6.75
£8.95
£17.80
Château de la Deidière, Provence, France
Plenty of spice, a creamy texture and a powerful vinous character.
£17.70
£26.00
Navajas, Rioja
Spain
The Wrong Un' Shiraz/ Cabernet, Adelaide Hills
Australia
£6.60
£8.80
£17.20
Domaine de La Colombette
Vin de Pays d’Oc, France
£5.80
£7.70
£14.90
Château de la Deidière,
Côtes de Provence, France
£6.95
£9.10
£17.70
125ml
Bottle
£8.00
£32.00
40.
Champagne & Sparkling wine
125ml
Bottle
41.
£8.00
£32.00
42.
Prestige Prosecco Doc Treviso Brut ,Mionetto, Italy
Apple fresh dry sparkling wine from Veneto.
Nyetimber Classic Cuvee, England
The best British bubbly we have tasted, classic Champagne blend of Pinot Noir and
Chardonnay.
£46.00
43.
Laurent Perrier Brut, Champagne, France
Brut L-P has led the way in making champagne the ideal apéritif.
£53.50
44.
Laurent Perrier Rosé, Champagne, France
The best selling rosé Champagne in the world.
(1/2 bottle)
£30.00
£83.00
Rosé Wines by the glass and carafe
Champagne & Sparkling Wines
Prestige Prosecco Doc Treviso Brut ,Mionetto, Italy
Apple fresh dry sparkling wine from Veneto.
44 a. Dom Pérignon Vintage, Champagne, 2006 France
Moët et Chandon's top champagne. This world famous product is dry and rich with
intense flavour.
£170.00
Nyetimber Classic Cuvée , England
Laurent Perrier Brut, Champagne, France
“I can see that you certainly know your wines,
most of my guests would not know the difference
between a Bordeaux and a Claret!”
Basil Fawlty
£46.00
The best British bubbly I have tasted, classic champagne blend of pinot noir
and chardonnay.
£13.00
£53.50
Brut L-P has led the way in making champagne the ideal apéritif.
Laurent Perrier Rosé, Champagne, France
The best selling rosé Champagne in the world.
£83.00
White Wines
Red Wines
1/2L Carafe
Bottle
1.
Le Havre de Paix, Côtes de Gascogne, France
Soft, fruity and very easy to drink.
£12.70
£18.90
2.
Santa Lucia Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley, Chile
Fresh and crisp white with flavours of lemon and grapefruit.
£14.00
£20.90
3.
Pinot Grigio, Calusari, Cramele Recas , Romania
Light, zesty, dry and moderate in alcohol, a deserved favourite.
£14.30
£21.00
4.
One Chain 'The Googly' Chardonnay, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Citrus scented Chardonnay is well balanced, with tropical fruit and
melon on the palate before presenting a vibrant, textured finish.
£16.70
£24.90
5.
1/2L Carafe
Bottle
17.
Grange du Midi, Old Vine Carignan, France
This is a lovely medium bodied wine with plenty of character.
£13.80
£20.50
18.
Santa Lucia Merlot, Central Valley, Chile
Its velvety texture makes Merlot instantly appealing.
£14.00
£20.90
19.
Les Volets Malbec, Haute Vallée de l'Aude, France
Very smooth French Malbec, big but gentle.
£15.90
£22.90
20.
Franschhoek Cellar 'The Churchyard' Cabernet Sauvignon, South Africa
Typical cab, jammy but with a smoky hint, being from SA.
£23.50
21.
Navajas Rioja, Spain
£17.80
This is Rioja at its precocious youthful best, with intense raspberry and black cherry.
£26.50
22.
'The Wrong Un' Shiraz/ Cabernet, Adelaide Hills, Australia
£17.20
Black fruits, vanilla spice and cassis, rich and rounded, and very pleasing to the palate.
£25.50
23.
De Chansac Old Vine Carignan, Pays de l'Hérault, France
Deep coloured with rich brambly fruit, the palate is generous, spicy and soft.
£27.00
24.
Côtes du Rhône, Roc Epine, Domaine Lafond, France
70% Grenache and 30% Syrah all farmed organically.( 88 points, E-Robert Parker. March 2014.)
£29.00
25.
Château La Tuilerie du Puy, Bordeaux, France
This wine is smooth with soft tannins and lasting flavours of red fruits.
£29.00
26.
Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Alain Geoffroy, France 2015
A light coloured wine but full of French flavour, very Burgundian,
£30.00
Viognier, Domaine de la Baume 'Elizabeth', Pays d'Oc, France
The palate is voluptuous but retains a refreshing acidity. The finish
is long, slightly honeyed and very pleasing.
£24.00
6.
Chateau Haut Mouleyre, Sauvignon Gris, Bordeaux, France
A complex nose, with grapefruit, pineapple and vainilla notes. The mouth is
well-balanced between vivacity and roundness and delivers deep, rich and fruity flavours.
£26.00
7.
Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine La Serre, France
Known as the "Chablis of the South", the wines of Picpoul de Pinet are crisp, bright and
refreshing. The name Picpoul, literally translates as "Lip Stinger"
£28.00
Mayfly Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
Made by Ben Glover of Mudhouse fame, at his parents winery, Zephyr. More European
in style as it has a lot of mineral nuances and good acidity.
£29.00
9.
Mâcon-Lugny Montvallon, Loron & Fils, 2015
A dry, ripe and full-flavoured wine with good concentration of fruit, firm palate
and a long, steely finish from the most famous village of the Mâconnais.
£30.00
27.
Fitou, Domaine Sainte Anne, France 2014
Ripe and silky berry notes, spicy and warm, perfect to marry with rich
game and red meats.
£32.00
10.
Alasia Gavi del Comune di Gavi, Italy 2016
Great tasting wine, full of fruit flavours with a zingy finish, crisp and dry.
£32.00
28.
Chianti Classico, Ormanni, Italy 2012
Soft, very well structured, full, fleshy, with a good volume, long and lingering finish.
£35.50
11.
Spinyback, Pinot Gris, Nelson, New Zealand 2015
A hint of residual sweetness balances with bright acidity and minerality.
£33.00
29.
Errazuriz Costa Pinot Noir Aconcagua Valley, Chile 2015
Smooth and velvety with dark fruits, a hint of gaminess and a touch of toastiness.
£36.00
12.
Chablis, Alain Geoffroy, France 2015
At last a Chablis that tastes like a Chablis, a grassy nose and an intense mouth
filling taste. Superb.
£36.00
30.
Villa Antinori Rosso, Italy 2013
Bright cherry, earth and smoke sit alongside wild red fruits, leather spice and herbs.
£46.00
31.
£48.00
Sancerre, Fernand Girard et Fils 2015
Classic Sancerre with clean and crisp citrus, a polished minerality, and green apple.
A hint of elderflower perfume lingers on the finish.
£39.00
Contino Rioja Reserva, Spain 2010
Classy palate showing juicy, herbal fruit with a delicious vanilla sweetness.
32.
£55.00
14.
Hamilton Russell Chardonnay, Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, Walker Bay South Africa 2015
Pear, lime and fruit aromas bought into focus with natural acid and a dry minerality.
Elegant and intense with a developing richness.
£49.00
Joseph Swan Vineyards Zinfandel, Russian River Valley, USA 2013
Zinfandel from old vines is rarely this light and refreshing, yet still exuberant in fruit. A
mix of tart cherry and just-ripe blackberry comes with a lingering edge of citrus around
the cinnamon and black pepper spice.
33.
Petit Fume', Pouilly-Fume', Michel Redde et Fils, France 2015
Textured, smoky concentration of classic Pouilly Fumé. We cannot recommend this Petit
Fumé highly enough.
£54.00
Gevrey Chambertin 'Clos de la Justice' Monopole, Vallet Frères, France 2011
Delicate flavours that are quite long with different levels of interest and complexity.
£60.00
15.
34.
£70.00
Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru, Les Chenevottes, Jean Noël Gagnard, France 2014
A nose with tropical fruit including pineapple and guava lead to a palate with gentle
acidity and plenty of stone fruit characters. Smooth oak shows as vanilla pod and a hint
of smoke.
£75.00
Chateau Les Ormes de Pez, Cru Bourgois Exceptionnel St Estephe 2003
The "Les Ormes de Pez 2003 has a complex nose with blackberry, tar, sous bois and
tobacco all tightly coiled at first, but unwinding nicely in the glass.
35.
Château Dauzac, 5ème Cru Classé, Margaux, Bordeaux, France 199
Dauzac is of outstanding quality with complex and expressive pencil lead minerality,
cedar wood, tobacco smoke and superb blackcurrant fruit.
£95.00
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