Wine list

Sparkling Wine
Azillo Prosecco, Italy £21.95
White Wine
175ml 250ml Bottle
Sauvignon Blanc, Duc de Chapelle (Languedoc/France) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
Aromatic and grassy with zesty lemon and lime character, a well balanced palate ending with fresh rounded acidity. Recently one of France’s Top 100 Vin de Pays.
Muscadet de Sevre et Maine, Sauvion et Fils (Loire/France) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
Muscadet, golden coloured, crisp, refreshing dry white with citric and tropical fruit.
Chardonnay ‘unoaked’, La Playa (Colchagua/Chile) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
This fresh, golden yellow Chardonnay offers juicy tropical fruit aromas of papaya, pineapple and mango combined with floral and honeyed notes with ripe citrus fruits.
Pinot Grigio (South East Australia) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
Crisp with fruity aromas and flavours of citrus and apple. With hints of pear and honeydew melon and a refreshing finish.
Rioja Blanco, Monte Llano (Rioja/Spain) £4.20 £5.50 £16.50
Fresh, bright unoaked white Rioja which is lively and clean with a youthful acidity. A bouquet of acacia and white flowers is backed by peach and melon fruit character and citrus notes.
Picpoul de Pinet ‘Trois Mats’ (Languedoc/France) £17.95
Fragrant aromas of white flowers, quince and anis followed by ginger and citrus notes. It is lively on the palate with notes of lemon, melon and honey finishing crisp and dry.
Albarino, Condes de Albarei (Galicia/Spain) £21.50
Albarino is very much in fashion a fresh elegant wine. A captivating floral bouquet with peach and citric flavours.
Chablis, Domaine Garnier (Burgundy/France) £25.00
The nose is intense with peach, pear and citrus aromas balanced with a very distinct minerality. The palate is rich and intense with a very nice mineral balance.
Rose Wine
175ml 250ml Bottle
Buffalo Ridge Zinfandel Rosé (California/USA) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
A bright salmon pink medium-sweet rosé that offers an attractive bouquet redolent of summer fruits including strawberry and watermelon.
Cinsault Rosé, la Vigneau (Languedoc/France) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
This modern, medium – dry rosé from the Languedoc is full of character. A beautiful coral pink colour with a mouth filling creamy texture. Well made and eminently drinkable with a subtle balancing acidity.
Red Wine
175ml 250ml Bottle
Merlot, Sauvion et Fils (Loire/France) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
A good easy drinking wine with aromatic intensity and richness of black ruits leading to notes of menthol and fresh red berry fruits.
Cabernet Sauvignon, La Playa (Colchagua/Chile) £4.10 £5.35 £15.25
Bursting full of forward ripe red and black fruit aromas. Soft and vibrant black cherry, plums, currants and vanilla flavours with soft palate textures. Rich and round tannins.
McGuigan Shiraz (NSW/Australia) £4.15 £5.40 £15.95
A classic Australian Shiraz with the rich flavours of ripe plum, blackcurrant and the spice that set this variety apart. Well rounded with a smooth, mouth filling aftertaste and some oaky vanilla notes.
Carignan ‘Vieilles Vignes’, Roche de Belanne (Languedoc/France) £4.15 £5.40 £15.95
A deep ruby colour with an alluring nose of ripe strawberry and dark cherry. It is supple with ripe fruit and very light, juicy tannins.
Salice Salentino Riserva, Rione Dei Dogi (Puglia/Italy) £17.95
Salice is a soft yet full-flavoured red from southern Puglia. It is perhaps the best-known appellation of the region for its inviting fruit character, blending local varieties Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera.
Malbec ‘Altasur’, Finca Sophenia (Mendoza/Argentina) £19.00
Attractive red colour with violet hues and aromas of intense ripe fruit, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, and fresh plums, combined with spicy and floral hints. In the mouth the sweet and round tannins increase its fruit sensation and balance. A wine of good intensity, concentration and long after taste.
Pinot Noir, Leyda Valley, Chile £19.50
An award winning lighter red wine displaying raspberry fruit flavours.
Chateau Tanesse, Bordeaux Superieur (Bordeaux/France) £21.00
Tanesse has classic structure, but in recent vintages and with skilled winemaking this fruit forward style has really delivered a smooth easy drinking red with an extra depth of softness, some subtle oak, ripe tannins, and an excellent balance.
Gamay – Pinot Noir Coteaux Bourguignons, Duc de Belmont (Burgundy/France) £21.50
Moderate yields and a late harvest to ensure the maturity of the grapes and a long classic Burgundian fermentation, produce a wine with a strong Burgundian identity. With a bright ruby colour, black berry fruits and spicy notes, this is a complex wine with round and elegant tannins.
Rioja Crianza Tinto ‘Edicion Limitada’, Ramon Bilbao (Rioja/Spain) £22.50
Fermented in large oak barrels rather than steel vats, the wine displays an intense dark garnet colour with aromas of fresh red berry, plum and cherry followed by subtle oak and smoked notes on the palate.