01. Acantus Sauvignon Blanc – Spain
Wonderfully fresh Sauvignon from La Mancha. Lots of upfront fruit, gentle acidity and zesty finish.
Glass £7.50 £21.95

02. San Vitto Pinot Grigio – Italy
Exactly what you want in an Italian Pinot Grigio. Easy drinking, lots of lemony flavours and a tingle on the tongue
Glass £7.50 £21.95

03. Santa Alicia Reserve Chardonnay – Chile
Intense yellow color with golden reflections. Expressive, cheerful nose with citrus fruit like pineapple, mandarin oranges and green apple. Just the right touches of vanilla and toasted almonds from the wood.
Glass £7.50 £21.95

04. Picpoul de Pinet – France
This rare grape grows on vines at the very edge of the Mediterranean. The gloriously fruity, perfumed, light-bodied Picpoul de Pinet reveals copious notes of honeyed grapefruit and lemon zest.
Glass £8.00 £26.95

05. Vesevo Falanghina – Italy
Grown on the Volcanic soils of Mount Vesuvius, this Falanghina shows notes of lemon zest and green apple. Crisp yet with good body. Sprinkle of almonds to finish.

06. Fairhall Cliffs Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand
From the oldest Sauvignon plantings in Marlborough, these near 50 year old vines encapsulate the best of the variety. With deep roots, there’s an added Sancerre-like minerality to the wine.
Glass £8.00 £26.95

07. Medusa Albariño – Spain
Textured, fresh and rounded wine which is dry and not too sharp. Citrus and apple peel notes on the nose.

08. Leefield Station Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand
A real competitor to some of Marlborough’s highest regarded Sauvignon Blancs, Leefield Station manages to tread the fine line of being a wonderful expression of Marlborough Sauvignon whilst having its own character.

09. Russbach Classic Riesling – Germany
This is an off dry style, so neither sweet nor dry, but has obvious hints of sweetness, which is great against the backdrop of piercing acidity that the German Rieslings are renowned for. Expect lots of candied lime flavours, fruit salad and floral notes.

10. Crane Lake White Zinfandel Rosé – USA (sweet)
Floral and tropical aromas. Flavours of strawberry, peach and raspberry with a touch of sweetness.
Glass £7.15 £21.95

10. Domaine de Triennes Rosé – France (Dry)
Crafted by two of Burgundy’s biggest names, this Provencal rosé has incredible flavour. Like drinking sunshine.


12. Acantus Tempranillo/Cabernet – Spain
A bright, fruit driven red made from Tempranillo. The nose offers soft red fruit, gentle spices and a hint of baked earth, while the palate is soft, juicy and immediately appealing.
Glass £7.50 £21.95

13. Painter’s Cove Shiraz Cab – Australia
A vibrant red wine with lifted blackberry, dark chocolate aromas with hints of mint and vanilla. The wine is full-bodied showing generous berry fruit characters with spicy notes.
Glass £7.50 £21.95

14. Novecento Cabernet – – Argentina
Deep red with brick-red reflections in the glass, revealing its wonderful bouquet with the aromas of blackcurrants, which are underlined by spicy hints. This perfectly balanced red wine is carried by its round tannins and a wonderful freshness.
Glass £7.50 £21.95

15. Santa Alicia Merlot Reserve – Chile
Floral aromas and notes of wild blackberries and raspberries combined with notes of coconut and toast. A ripe and fruity wine of medium weight
Glass £7.50 £21.95

16. Arnegui Crianza Rioja – Spain
Intense ruby red with touches of violet. Fruity aromas of sweet cherries, red plums, orange peel and a well-integrated grass and oak touch.
Glass £8.00 £27.95

17. Anubis Malbec – Argentina
Aromas of chocolate espresso bean, dark roasted pecans and raspberry pie with a silky, fruity medium-to-full body. Spicy finish with precise tannins. Delicious, vibrant, and mouth-watering.
Glass £8.00 £28.95

18. Tenute Rossetti Chianti – Italy
Classic Chianti, garnet hued colour, cherries and spiced berries on the palate and a dry, fresh finish

19. Moillard Beaujolais Villages – France
This Beaujolais possesses a beautiful colour, very pure aromas with hints of red berries which is typical of Beaujolais wines. On the palate, vibrant strawberry and raspberry flavours are complimented by wonderfully soft tannins.

20. Barville Esprit Cotes du Rhone – Marlborough, New Zealand
Smooth, warming and elegant. Its aromas recall wild red fruits, dark cherries, forest floor and liquorice. The tannins are soft yet precise.

21. The Ned Pinot Noir – New Zealand
Brent Marris has crafted a complex yet harmonious Pinot Noir from the Waihopai River. Hand-picked and aged for 12 months in French oak, this is a classic, rounded Marlborough Pinot. Medium bodied and loaded with dark, spicy berry fruits.

22. Langmeil Valley Floor Shiraz –  Australia
Quite a mouthful of sweet, juicy fruit but balance wonderfully with briary and sweet spice. A full bodied wine showing great complexity with hints of cedar and smokey notes which, in combination, flows through to the lengthy and youthfully austere finish.

23. Fleur de Fonplegade St. Emilion – France
Deep ruby colour with a generous nose of fresh, red fruits and spice. Full-bodied, round mouthfeel supported by an elegant acidity . Remarkable mineral focus.


24. Pascal Bouchard ‘Le Classique’ Chablis – France
A generous wine with excellent mineral characteristics. Made from a careful blending, this is truly the wine style of Pascal Bouchard. Low yielding vines average between 30 and 40 years of age have deep roots that help produce a high class wine.

25. Domaine Pierre Martin Sancerre – France
Pleasant nose, elegant and fine unveiling ripe fruits and floral notes. Elegant mouthfeel full and well balanced, with complex minerality, long lingering finish

26. Marisco Craft Series ‘Pride and Glory’ Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand
True to its origins, flavours of citrus and tropical fruits are underpinned by soft acidity and creamy mouthfeel. The texture, palate weight and length of flavour delivered are truly exciting. 93 points by Parker- one of the highest scores of a Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.


27. Farina Amarone della Valpolicella  – Italy
With its unique wine making process, using only the best grapes from the best vineyards, this wine is always produced in very limited quantities. Only the ripest grapes are used, which are left to dry on wooden slats, then the very concentrated juice is matured in large wooden vats. Oozing with fruit purity and aromas of liquorice and truffles, this powerful wine is fabulously concentrated.

28. Chateau Heritage Family Reserve – Lebanon
Family Reserve is the estate’s top wine: an oak-aged blend of Cabernet Sauvignon & Syrah. Rich and powerful spiced, meaty damson and prune with hints of coffee and vanilla.

29. Farnese Edizione – Italy
“It’s radiant force of fruit and flower emerges in a unique nose with notes of blackberry, violet, and black cherry that daze the nostril. With a taste, balanced in acid, softness and tannins, of a suppleness and force that is simply phenomenal. An absolute masterwork of nature, technique, humanity and pure passion.” 99 Points – Luca Maroni

30. Batasiolo Barolo Riserva – Italy
Intense garnet red colour with delicate orange highlights. Aromatic range that favours the aromas with strong tendencies towards maturity, jams, dried fruit, toasted, floral with good evolution.

31. Villa Jolanda Prosecco 20cl
Peach, ripe apple and lemon zest flavours come bubbling out of the glass. A nice mineral streak to finish.

32. Tini Prosecco – Italy
Straw-yellow with small, lively bubbles, our off-dry bright sparkler is bursting with green apple and lemon zest flavours.

33. V8+ Extra Dry, Prosecco – Italy
On the nose, fresh floral aromas and pleasingly fruity hints of apple and pear are present, In the mouth those fruity flavours carry through with a wonderful freshness

34. Henri Champliau Cremant de Bourgogne Rosé – France
A beautiful salmon pink colour, a delicate nose of white flowers and red berries, clear and intense on the palate.

35. Duval Leroy Grand Cru Champagne
A lively, elegant champagne with aromas of clementine and white flowers over a creamy palate of almond and fresh brioche flavours. Made entirely with Chardonnay grapes sourced from Grand Cru vineyards in the Côte des Blancs area of Champagne, this fine sparkling wine balances richness, elegance and a beautifully fine mousse of bubbles.

36. Duval Leroy La Femme Champagne – France
A clear, fresh and subtle bouquet of white fruits with citrus flavours that indicate the freshness and finesse of Chardonnay. It is a lean and very elegant, juicy but also creamy and wellstructured blend.

37. Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne – France
A Vibrant champagne that perfectly reflects a luscious Vintage. The delicious flavour of Dom Pérignon Brut awaits you, with waves of white peaches, pears and fresh floral aromas this champagne is sensational. The ultimate Dom Pérignon, aged for a minimum of eight years from the finest of grapes, Dom Pérignon is a luscious champagne vintage.