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47 AD Prosecco DOC NV, Veneto, Italy
Grapes: Glera. A funky Prosecco that is perfect for easy drinking. Pleasant, light, fine, delicate and fruity, with a characteristic bouquet of melon peach, apple.
£18.00
White

Domaine Martinolles Sauvignon Blanc, 2013, St Hilaire, France
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc. Great aromatic intensity, showing citrus fruit, tomato leaf and tropical fruit, together with good acidity and freshness.
£13.00
Quinta Dos Espinhosos ‘Caso do Arrabalde’ 2012, Minho, Portugal
Grapes: Avesso, Alvarinho and Arinto. Made using sustainable farming practices, it results in a wine that reflects the climate and soil of the region, with great freshness and nice acidity.
£13.00
Chateau Cabezac ‘La Garrigue’ 2012, Minervois, France
Grapes: Marsanne and Grenache Blanc. Bursting with ripe tropical fruit notes that will excite the palate and then finished with crisp acidity to offer refreshment.
£13.00
Red

Companie Vinicole, ‘Costieres de Nimes’, 2012, Rhône Valley, France
Grapes: Syrah and Grenache. This is a wine that is bursting with deep, warm flavour. The body is medium, resulting in a finish that is not overpowering but elegant and satisfying with long lasting flavour.
£13.00
Caminhos Cruzados ‘Titular Tinto’ 2012, Dão, Portugal
Grapes: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Roriz and Alfrocheiro . The fruit is bright, mainly in the form of red currents and berries. The finish is quite light whilst the fruit is medium bodied resulting in a red that is elegant without lacking powerful character.
£13.00
Domaine Martinolle Syrah 2013, St Hilaire, France
Grapes: Syrah. A powerful, robust wine that exhibits classic Syrah notes of black current, plum and pepper spice on both the nose and palate. Ideal for drinking either on its own or with food.
£13.00

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Champagne and Sparkling

Louis Barthelemy ‘Amethyste’ NV, Champagne France
Grapes: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier. Excellent value with more than 30 months of bottle ageing that will rival any top end Champagne house. It is fresh yet rich on the palate and with very fine bubbles. The flavours are round with red fruit, a touch of brioche and finishing on a note of citrus peel.
£26.00
Louis Barthelemy ‘Saphire’ 2008, Champagne, France
Grapes: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier. A full flavoured, complex Champagne made in Aÿ, the heart of the Champagne region, that has a alluring nose of almond, honey and a touch of cinnamon. Rich and soft on the palate with stewed apple notes and a hint of vanilla and cocoa.
£30.00
Louis Barthelemy Rubis Rose NV, Champagne, France
Grapes: Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay. A classic salmon pink colour with a hint of copper. This is a very refined rose Champagne that combines the elegance and freshness of the Chardonnay with red fruit and cherry flavours of Pinot Noir.
£30.00
Court Garden Classic Cuvee, 2011, East Sussex, England
Grapes: Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay. Made with classic Champagne grape varieties, this is a serious English fizz with depth and character. Being 2010 vintage means that it has had decent ageing, which allows the wine to soften and take on lovely toasty, brioche character. It is a great addition to any celebration and will surprise any drinker with its superb quality.
£28.00
White

Hecht & Bannier Languedoc blanc 2013, Languedoc, France
Grapes: Picpoul blanc, Roussanne. The Piquepoul Blanc brings this crunchy and vivid character, which, blended with the Roussanne citrus fruits and white flowers notes, complete perfectly the aromatic pallet and give us a delightful mouth feel.
£16.00
Pizpireta Verdejo 2013, Rueda, Spain
Grapes: Verdejo. White stone fruits come through no the nose. The palate is juicy and round, with melon fruit and a soft medium acidity finish. An amazing wine with food and one that will shine on any occasion.
£16.50
Cossetti Gavi di Gavi 2013, Piedmonte, Italy
Grapes: Cortese. Straw yellow colour with greenish highlights. Fresh, persistent aroma with hints of floral and fresh fruit. Pleasantly dry, crisp and harmonious.
£18.00
Barbara Ohlzelt ’Zobinger’ Gruner Veltliner 2013/14, Kamptal, Austria
Grapes: Gruner Veltliner. This wine is made organically which gives it great freshness and liveliness. Notes of citrus dominate the nose and follow on nicely to the palate.
£20.00
Domaine des Gandines Vire Clesse ‘Terroir de Clesse’ 2014, Burgundy, France
Grapes: Chardonnay. This is a serious wine and will compete with anything that normally commands a higher price tag. A wine with well balanced depth of flavour yet with a fresh, clean finish.
£24.00
Domaine Sautereau Sancerre 2013, Loire Valley, France
Grapes: Sauvignon blanc. A clear pale lemon colour. Floral aromas develop into fresh grass. On the palate, refreshing acidity is balanced with fruit flavours of green apple and white grapefruit.
£24.00
Ministry of Clouds Riesling 2014, Clare Valley, Australia
Grapes: Riesling. A truly stunning white WINE The grapes are all whole bunch picked and then basket pressed to
extract maximum flavour. Wild fermentation and an unfiltered finish gives this wine amazing cleanliness and purity. Lovely lychee fruit mixed with lime and citrus fruit.
£26.00
Red

Pianaferro Chianti 2014, Tuscany, Italy
Grapes: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon. A perfect example of traditional Chianti. Showing off the delights of Sangiovese grape with its red cherry nights and superb acid structure, this is a wine that is made to go with food and yet is soft enough to drink on its own.
£16.00
Xavier Cotes du Rhone 2010, Rhone Valley, France
Grapes: Grenache, Mouvedre, Syrah. A very generous and complex nose, full of fruit, flowers, spices and minerals. Clean vibrant flavours in the wine allows each grape type to express itself one by one.
£16.50
Cossetti Barbera ‘La Vigna Vecchia’ 2012, Piedmonte, Italy
Grapes: Barbera. Intense ruby colour that acquires light garnet undertones with ageing. Immediate typicity of Barbera on the nose with a slight spiciness (clove, pepper and leather). Just a really delicious medium bodied red wine.
£17.00
MAAL ‘Biutiful’ Malbec 2015, Mendoza, Argentina
Grapes: Malbec. This delicious Malbec is made with no oak, showing the grape at it’s purest form. A dark red, showing an attractive spice box, with fine tobacco and liquorice undertones, and lots of black cherry and cassis.
£18.00
David Franz ‘H.P.’ Shiraz 2012, Barossa Valley, Australia
Grapes: Shiraz. This red is so complex and has a wonderful aroma and palate of eucalyptus, chocolate and deep stewed red fruit. A deeply enjoyable red with a lot going on…a must try.
£26.00
Xavier Crozes Hermitage, 2011, Rhone Valley, France
Grapes: Old vine Syrah. The nose reveals elegant floral aromas including violets as well as black fruits, liquorice and subtle spicy hints. The barrel ageing bring some discreet and elegant notes of vanilla and smoke. This wine shows a nice balance with a good acidity. Good length with floral aromas.
£27.00
CRFT Arranmore Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Grapes: Pinot Noir. This Pinot is from a 2 hectare single vineyard and is bursting with bright summer fruits of raspberry and cherry. The palate is light but without lacking any depth or complexity. The finish is long and savoury…a delight to drink.
£28.00
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