Wine Menu

 

White Wines

1. CHARDONNAY, Sanata Helena
(Central Valley, Chile) A classic New World Chardonnay - ripe but not blowsy, rich but not oaked, full-bodied but not overweight.  It shows lots of ripe, tropical fruit freshness with floral undertones and a bright, clean finish. (2)
Bottle-£13.95  125ml- £2.70  175ml- £3.60  250ml- £5.40

2. PIESPORTER MICHELSBERG, Franz Reh
(Mosel, Germany) Fresh, light, semi-dry wine with neat sweetness and focused Mosel acidity. (4)
Bottle- £13.95  125ml- £2.70  175ml- £3.60  250ml- £5.40

3. SAUVIGNON BLANC, Lion Ridge 
(South Africa) Very pale colour, yet giving an instant aroma of crisp green-apple refreshment, with lift and zest. (1)
Bottle £14.50

4. PINOT GRIGIO, SOPRANO 
(Italy) Crisp apple and soft white pear flavours. This wine is easy drinking with a lifted freshness (1)
Bottle £14.95

5. MUSCADET DE SERVE ET MAINE SUR LIE 'BLEU' 
(Loire, France) Traditional classic Muscadet meets the modern day with this quirky bottle design and colour.  Full and nicely balanced on the palate with a lingering finish makes for a superb aperitif or accompaniment to shellfish. (1)
Bottle £17.95

6. DART VALLEY RESERVE 
(Sharpham, Devon, England) Super full-flavoured, zippy estate wine.  Energetic and with all the structure for a long and happy life. (2)
Bottle-£19.50  125ml- £3.40  175ml- £4.80  250ml- £6.80

7. CHABLIS, Le Manoir 
(Chablis, Burgundy, France) Attractive young Chablis with steely minerality and green apple fruit flavours. Sealed with a screwcap for extra freshness. (2)
Bottle £23.00


Rose

8. CABERNET-MERLOT ROSÉ, Urmeneta 
(Central Valley, Chile) Thisrosé is bright pink in colour, and just off-dry in style yet full of fresh fruity aromas, such as strawberries and plums (2)
Bottle- £13.95  125ml- £2.70  175ml- £3.60  250ml- £5.40

9. PINOTAGE BLUSH, Hope Bay
(Western Cape, South Africa) This delicious blush with floral, candy and summer fruit notes is South Africa's take on an easy drinking, sweeter style rosé. (3)
Bottle £14.95


Red Wines

10. MERLOT, Santa Helena 
(Central Valley, Chile) Soft, ripe, rounded and packed with plummy spice and red fruit flavours. A very gentle texture supports plenty of blackberry, bramble fruit. A real over-performer. (C)
Bottle- £13.95  125ml- £2.70  175ml- £3.60  250ml- £5.40

11. SHIRAZ, Hope Bay
(Western Cape, South Africa) A big, ripe juicy Shiraz from the sunny climbs of the Western Cape. Satisfyingly mouth-filling with a smooth velvety texture. (C)
Bottle- £14.95  125ml- £2.75  175ml- £3.70  250ml- £5.60

12. MALBEC, Caballero De La Cepa 
(Mendoza, Argentina) Blackberry fruits, ripe plums, violets and tobacco leaves. Remarkable sweet tannins and a complex finish. (E)
Bottle £17.50

13. RIOJA, Cormoran
((Rioja, Spain) Bright cherry red with masses of red berry fruit flavours leading into richer, warmer fruits with a hint of vanilla. Well balanced, lingering and harmonious. (B)
Bottle- £14.95  125ml- £2.75  175ml- £3.70  250ml- £5.60


Champagne & Sparkling

14. PROSECCO SPUMANTE, Tenute Ca'Bolani 
(Italy) Pale straw-yellow and a fine, clear mousse with delicate bubbles. Exuberantly fruity, aromatic, with appley notes. Well-balanced and easy-drinking with the delicate almond note typical of the grape variety. (1)
Qtr Bottle- £5.95  Bottle- £19.95

15. PONSARD BRUT, NV 
(Champagne, France) Champagne Ponsard is a sous label from renowned de Castellaine in Epernay, which is owned by the Laurent-Perrier group. It has a delicious full yeasty aroma from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes (1)
Bottle £29.95

 

 

WINE GUIDE

White and Rosé wines are designated numbers 1 to 9 with 1 being the driest and 9 being the sweetest.

Red wines are designated letters A to E with A being the lightest and softest and E being the deepest and fullest with a concentrated flavour.