07. Alto Bajo Sauvignon Blanc – Chile £19.50

This young and fruity wine is refreshing and has characteristic citrus and herbaceous flavours. Deliciously refreshing.


08. Cardone Pinot Grigio – Italy £19.95

Succulent and fruity with a hint of lemon and an elegant dry finish.


09. Conto Vecchio Pinot Grigio – Italy £19.95

Dry, medium-bodied, medium flavour intensity of lemon, lime and apples.


10. Penfolds Private Release Chardonnay – Australia £19.95

A refreshing, lighter style of Chardonnay with lemony, peach and stone fruit characters, finishing fresh and crisp.


11. Deakin Estate Artisan’s Blend  £20.95

Semillon Sauvignon – Australia

Medium bodied white filled with aromas and flavours of pear, pineapple and peach. It has a smooth creamy finish.


12. Picpoul De Pinet Mas Puech £25.95

Languedoc, France

The literal translation of the grape Picpoul is “lip-smacking” on account of its refreshing nature. Medium bodied with citrus fruit flavours, floral notes and some minerality. It is a very fresh and crisp wine that goes really well with simple seafood dishes.


13. Spy Valley ‘Satellite’ Sauvignon Blanc £26.95

Marlborough, New Zealand

The grapes selected for this wine have come from stony soils that deliver a vibrant wine with lively aromas of citruc, overlaid with tropical fruit that has a refined and elegant finish


14. Matua Valley Sauvignon Blanc  £26.95

Marlborough, New Zealand

Fresh and fruit driven, the nose shows tropical and citrus fruits along with herbaceous varietal characters. The palate is generous and fruit driven with classical Marlborough acidity giving structure and length.


15. Pazo da Bruxas Albarino – Spain  £27.95

Fresh and intense aroma with hints of white flowers and ripe fruit. Nicely balanced structure with excellent minerality and luscious ripe lemon, peach and tropical fruit.


16. Saint Clair Sauvignon Blanc £28.95

Marlborough, New Zealand

A rich palate with passion fruit and blackcurrant flavours and a salty minerality. This wine has a silky luscious texture and a long lingering finish.

17. Wakefield Estate Riesling – Australia £29.95

Rheinhessen. Germany

Lime, lemon and abundant tropical fruits of pineapple, banana and grapefruit. The wine is crisp and refreshingly clean and finishes with vibrant, steely green apple.

18. J Moreau et Fils Chablis – France £35.50

Ripe apples and brioche flavours, elegantly dry with delicate, mineral notes.

19. Eric Louis ‘Celliers de la Pauline’ Sancerre £36.95

Loire, France

Powerful nose, fruity & concentrated. Zesty in the mouth, with fresh fruit and citrus. Long and aromatic finish with vivacity and racy gooseberry fruit aromas and flavours.

20. Bulletin White Zinfandel Rosé £18.95


Delicate and refreshing with an underlying sweetness.


21. Alto Bajo Cabernet Sauvignon – Chile £18.95

Ripe blackcurrant and plum fruit, with a hint of minty eucalyptus and toasty oak spice. Flavours of ripe red cherries and blackberries with notes of peppar, dried figs and a smooth finish.


22. Harbour Bridge Shiraz -Australia £18.95

Deep red colour with blackberry and liquorice on the nose. The palate is rich and rounded with soft tannins providing a lingering fruit-driven finish.


23. Cardone Merlot – Italy £18.95

Delicious Merlot character with ripe, approachable brambley fruit and soft rounded tannins leading to an easy soft finish.


24. Santa Digna Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva – Chile £21.95

Concentrated blockbuster! Full-bodied rich red with spicy licorice, blackcurrant and vanilla. Delicious!


25. II Caggio Chianti – Italy £22.95

Deeply coloured, full-bodied and juicy. Combinations of black and red fruit flavours are complemented by a twist of spice on the palate.


26. Mommessin Beaujolais Villages – France £25.95

Bright and fresh, with ripe, supple crushed strawberry flavors underscored by zesty nuances of peppercorns, gentle tannins and a clean acidity, finishing on a succulent, refreshing note.


27. Torres lbericos Rioja Crianza – Spain £25.95

Toasty vanilla oak balanced with sumptious strawberry and red cherry fruit flavours. Velvety and elegant.


28. El Colectivo Malbec – Mendoza, Argentina £26.95

Grown in the foothills of the Andes this wine also has aromas of plums, dark chocolate and blackberries with some spice and pepper notes too.


29. Chapoutier Belleruche Côtes du Rhône – France £26.95

A full bodied southern Rhône with supreme concentration and depth, with blackberry and spice flavours.


30. Thomas Barto Réserve St. Émilion – Bordeaux, France £27.95

Some wood ageing gives this Merlot-dominated wine a full structure, with attractive tannins and juicy black fruits. It is ripe, full-bodied and very approachable.


31. Saint Clair Pinot Noir – Marlborough, New Zealand £32.95

Handcrafted from small top-quality parcels of grapes. This Premium Range Marlborough Pinot Noir is a delicious medium bodied soft red with strong varietal characters, made in an easy drinking style.


32. Marqués de Riscal Reserva – Rioja, Spain £37.95

Stunning Rioja, aromatic and rich with dark fruit flavours and toasty vanilla.


33. Château Magnol Haut-Médoc – Bordeaux, France £39.35

Elegant on the nose, with fine oak giving some smoke and caramel. A rich, dark palate, with black fruits and a harmonious finish.


34. Buissonier Mercury – Burgundy, France £43.50

This wine is elegant and delicate, with aromas of red fruits and flavours of ripe black fruit sweet cherry aroma too with a touch of spice. Pleasantly scented on the palate. The tannins are noticeable but well incorporated into the body of the wine.


35. Torres Mas La Plana – Spain £75.00

“Luscious chocolate, plum and cassis aromas follow through on the palate of this ripe, generous red. Well structured yet lively, with deep flavours and a polished texture.” (Wine Spectator)


36. Masi Costasera Amarone – Italy £76.95

A full-bodied deep red wine. Currants, blackberries and sweet almonds with notes of vanilla. Big, warm and rich, with polished, silky tannins and a long finish.


37. Vaporetto Prosecco – Italy £26.95

A delicious sparkling wine comes from the Veneto region of northeast Italy. It is a soft, fruity and refreshing sparkling wine with citrus, pear and floral flavours and aromas.


38. Prosecco Conti d’Arco Brut – Italy £26.95

A fresh, pleasantly soft, lively, clean, dry and harmonious Prosecco. Pale yellow in colour, fine bubbles, and a fruity intense bouquet.


39. Pannier Brut Champagne – Champagne, France £65.00

Gold Medal Winner. A deep biscuity soft well-balanced champagne from a premier producer.


40. Mumm Cordon Rouge Brut – Champagne, France £74.50

A true classic with a unique character and irreproachably consistent taste, it’s name alone conjures up a whole world of flavour. Made mainly from black-skinned grapes, it has a soft, round biscuity style.


41. Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Vintage 1999 £270.00

Champagne, France

Aged for five years. The elegance of the famous bottle is captured in the wine, the famously floral and ethereal style evidenced from the delicate mousse all the way to the beautifully rounded finish. This has terrific finesse, with brioche and biscuity character melding with lemon and more peachy notes, and a rolling palate of dazzling lemony fruit. Great concentration and length

43. Brown Brothers Orange Muscat & Flora

– Australia

Concentrated honeyed sweet white made from late harvest grapes. A fragrant nose, rich mouthfilling palate and a clean, fresh finish. Citrus fruit, peach and marmalade.


01. Sauvignon Blanc  ​[w]£5.10


02. Pinot Grigio  [w]£5.10


03. Merlot  [r]£5.10


04Cabernet Sauvignon [r]​ £5.10


05. Rosé £5.10


06. Prosecco 20cl £7.85


Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2016 – £65

Marlborough, New Zealand

This vintage has a subtle garden pea, asparagus and citrus nose. It is clean, crisp and punchy in the mouth, with a saline quality to the intense citrus and gooseberry fruit. Fresh pre and subtle stone fruit flavours emerge on the mid-palate and lead into a long, vibrant and zesty finish.

Domaine Alain Chavy Puligny Montrachet Vieilles Vignes 2012 – £105

Burgundy, France

A supremely elegant wine, with rich flavours of ripe apple, lemon, and tropical fruits, with a hint of vanilla. It’s a well-rounded, full-bodied white, with a long well-balanced finish.

Latour Giraud Charles Maxime Meursault Cuvee 2014 – £110

Burgundy, France

Big, nutty, very appealing nose with whisky barrel hints and plenty of nutty richness & creamy, ripe melon fruit. Palate is quite full & fruit-driven with a nice creamy texture & a clean, ripe core



Chateau Musar 2011 – £75

Bekka Valley, Lebanon

Concentrated plum and blackberry fruit, hints of fig, prune, distinct liquorice and spice. Firm but fine tannins, good acidity and body, vibrant and fresh with streaks of cedar, cinnamon and long finish.

Domaine Jean Chauvenet Nuits St Georges 2014 – £100

Cote de Nuits, France

A fresh, intense red wine, with aromas and flavours of cherry, liquorice and balsamic. There is a very satisfying savoury.

Chateau Batailley 5eme Cru Classe 2011 – £100

Pauillac, Bordeaux, France

An attractive nose of creme de cassis, earth and oak jumps from the glass of this dense ruby/purple coloured wine. A classic, impressive effort from the Casteja family, this 2011 transcends the vintage character, and is an unqualified success as well as a major sleeper of the vintage. Structured, rich, medium to full-bodied, pure and layered, it should be at its finest in 3-4 years, and keep for two decades.

Robert M.Parker, Jr. – 30/04/2014



Dom Perignon 2006 – £250

A gigantic large and intense aroma, a silk caressing structure and a dazzling grand finale. Notes from the sea, roasted nuts, coffee, brioche, tropical green fruits, stone fruit, green apples, sweet orange citrus, gunpowder, nougat, mushroom cream and black truffle are all there like a perfectly tailored tuxedo. Love at first sight. Richard Juhlin – 94 points.

Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque Blanc de Blanc 2004 – £270

Like a freshly cut diamond by Herve Deschamps, the 2004 is floral with notes of hawthorn blossom and white clover. It has a silky, elegant structure and will age effortlessly for 10+ years in the bottle.