Crisp, Dry White Wines
Pinot Grigio, The Flag, Italy £24.00
Crisp with a light stone fruit, citrus and apple notes and a refreshing, dry finish.
Vermentino, Shell of the Seas, France £24.00
An excellent minerally wine with subtle pear notes, fresh acidity that’s ideal with seafood.
Picpoul de Pinet, 2020, Les Courtelles, Languedoc, France £26.00
A wonderful picpoul which is fresh and bright and nicelyaromatic on the nose. The wine has a touch of wet slate and minerals on the palate and notes of peach and it possesses a very attractive texture, fresh, vivid and creamy.
Gavi, Antario, Italy, £30.00
Steely, crisp wine with gooseberry and greengage notes and a slight sorbet style.
Chablis Domaine J-F Gonon, Burgundy, France, £37.00
This is a superb Chablis in every way – toasty, crisp, citrus aromas with delicious and lush flavours of lemon, tart apple and a lovely mineral kick on the finish.
Sancerre, Les Pierres Blanche, France, £45.00
A fine example of classic Sancerre. Fresh with floral and citrus fruit notes.
Fruity White Wines
Sauvignon Blanc, Finca El Picador, Chile £24.00
A fruity Sauvignon with notes of gooseberries and blackcurrants and a fresh finish.
Sauvignon Blanc, Matahiwi Estate, New Zealand, £28.00
This ultra refreshing Sauvignon is bursting with that ravishing gooseberry, lime and passionfruit smack. It is crisp, clean and perfectly matched with fish and shellfish.
Rich and Round White Wines
Chardonnay, Wooloomooloo, Australia £24.00
Notes of tropical fruit and subtle tastiness and a round style makes this a very approachable wine.
Cotes du Rhone Blanc, Les Petit Tracteur, France, £24.00
A fresh white with a peachy and a slight creamy complexity. Well Worth trying something a little different.
Viognier, Pays d’Oc, France, £28.00
Classic Viognier, rich in flavour with apricot, fromage frais and peach fruit notes.
Les Argeliers Chardonnay, Pays d’Oc France £29.00
This is a well balanced, ripe and juicy Chardonnay with white peach, baked apple and citrus zest notes. If you like the richer Burgundy style Chardonnay then this is the wine for you, but at half the price.
Chassagne-Montrachet, Bachey-Legros, Burgundy, France £58.00
Toasty, vanilla oak, apple crumble, mouth watering acidity and wet-stone minerality combine in this exceptionally classy Chardonnay from an outstanding Burgundian vintage.
Le Grand Destre Rose, Mediterranee, France £24.00
A light, delicate rose from the south of France with ripe watermelon and strawberry fruit flavours followed by a crisp, fresh finish.
Aix en Provence Rose , Coast of Provence, France £30.00
A refreshing Rose wine with red berry fruits and hints of lime in the lovely elegant minerally dry wine.
Prosecco Torre Dei Vescovi, Italy £27.00
A refreshing, elegant Prosecco with fine bubbles and notes of peach, green apple and kiwi fruit.
Bluebell Vineyard Estates, Blanc de Blancs, East Sussex £50.00
This is one of the up and coming English producers and only 2 miles from here! Made 100% from Chardonnay.
Bluebell Vineyard Estates, Rose, East Sussex £50.00
Like the Blanc de Blancs this Rose is also a Bronze winner with Decanter and winner of the 2011 Bob Lindo Trophy for best U.K. Sparking Rose of the year. Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay it has produced a sparkling wine with crisp, fresh fruitiness and hints of red berries on the nose
Champagne Emile Leclere Brut Reserve £48.00
A fabulously traditional style of champagne, with biscuity aromas and lively, fresh fruit on the palate.
Light and Fruity Red Wines
Merlot, Finca El Picador, Chile, £24.00
Smooth fruity wine with plum and damson fruity and hints of spice and cocoa.
Shiraz, Red Rock, Australia, £24.00
Rich ripe plum, blackberry fruit and spice flavours, balanced with vanilla, dark chocolate and pepper. This is a delicious red wine with good depth.
Malbec, Finca La Nina, Argentina, £26.00
A rich fruity Malbec with notes of cherries and plums and a complex full lingering flavour.
Medium Bodied European Red Wines
Cotes du Rhone Village, Domaine Guilhaume, France, £28.00
Giving that lovely Rhone style with black fruits and vanilla oak and that classic Rhone heat style.
Rioja Tempranillo, Antano, Spain, £25.00
A quality oaked Rioja with stewed fruit notes and an elegant smooth vanilla finish.
Bordeaux Superior, Chateau Barrail Laussac, France, £28.00
An excellent full flavoured Bordeaux with plenty of black fruit notes and a traditional Bordeaux style.
Primitivo Apassimento, Lucale, Italy, £30.00
Using the Apassimento method, the natural dehydration of grapes to produce a greater concentration of aromas and flavours. A fine blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Just right to enjoy with all red meats.
Full Flavoured Red Wines
Gavelot Old vine Carignon, H’erault, France, £26.00
Fresh and vibrant palate with the smooth and ripe tannins. Notes of dried cranberry and raspberry with tobacco and baked spiced aromas.
Musar Jeaune, 2019, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon £31.00
From the iconic Chateau Musar Vineyards of lebanon’s Bekaa Valley. A deep coloured red, this is a blend of syrah, cinsault of cabernet sauvignon with intense flavours of cherries, blackcurrants and violets.
Margaux, Bordeaux, Les Baraillots, France, £43.00
An excellent smooth Margaux with black fruits, smooth tannins and a traditional quality Bordeaux style from a small family run estate.
Chateau Neuf Du Pape, Chais du Batard, France, £48.00
A light body disguises a lovely cherry flavour in the mouth. American oak ageing gives a subtle, underlying vanilla influence and depth of flavour.
Ribera Del Duero, Valduero, Spain, £55.00
Regarded amongst the finest producers in Ribera, Valduero give a fantastic blend of fruit and oak and great structure and complexity.
Meerlust, Rubicon, Stellenbosch, South Africa £58.00
A Merlot and Cabernet blend, Rubicon is one of the Cape’s leading claret-style wines. Complex, ripe, plummy flavours owe in part to cool afternoon breezes, a result of Meerlust being the closest Stellenbosch estate to the sea.
Chateau Musar 2000, Gaston Hochar Lebanon £60.00
This outstanding, idiosyncratic wine produced in the Bakaa Valley is made from a variety of grapes including Cinsault and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is aged for up to twenty-four months in oak casks before being bottled, and then only released for sale after another five years of cellarage. A dark, brooding nose, full of intensely rich, almost ‘gamey’ fruit.
Wines by the Glass
|El Picador Sauvignon 2021, Chile||£7.00||£9.00|
|Pinot Grigio 2020, Italy||£7.00||£9.00|
|Chardonnay 2021 Valle Central, Chile||£7.00||£9.00|
|Temporanillo 2020, Spain||£7.00||£9.00|
|Vicuna Merlot 2021, Chile||£7.00||£9.00|
|Malbec 2021 Mendoza, Argentina,||£7.50||£10.00|
|Pays d’Oc 2020, France||£7.00||£9.00|
|Bluebell Vineyard Estates, Hindleap Rose 2016, East Sussex||£8.00|
|Amori Prosecco NV, Italy||£6.50|
|Dessert Wine (125ml)|
|Mitchell, Clare Valley, Australia, 2018||£7.00|