White Wine

1. Monliy D’Arvie, Ugni Blanc – Colombard, France  –  £6.50 (Glass 175ml)  /  £25.00 (Bottle)
Pleasantly dry, harmonic and full flavored, balanced by a crisp acidity and a dry finish

2. Pinot Grigio, Veneto, Italy  –  £7.80 (Glass 175ml)  /  £29.50 (Bottle)
Showing flavor of fresh peach and lemon with a delicate, dry and nutty finish.

3. Patriarche Viognier 2015, France  –  £29.50 (Bottle)
A superb wine with exotic fruit aromas, apricot and peach flavours on the palate and a clean refreshing finish.

4. Joh. Jos. Christoffel Erben Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling Spatlese, Mosel 2014, Germany  –  £32.00 (Bottle)
This wine is very intense on the nose with notes of orange and apricot creating a beautiful balance of ripe sweet fruit, richness of texture and racy acidity.

5. Errazuriz Max Reserva Chardonnay, D.O. Valle De Aconcagua 2015, Chile –  £32.00 (Bottle)
Aromas of fresh fruit, floral & Citrus notes lend complexity to this wine. Fruity notes intensify on the palate with vibrant that balance perfectly, leading to a long & pleasing finish.

6. Louis Latour Saint Veran 2014, France  –  £32.00 (Bottle)
Lively & fruity with nice minerality, aromas of muscat and raisins, a wine with great character.

7. Chablis Bouchot Ludot 2014, France  –  £32.00 (Bottle)
Citrus and lemon zest character on the nose and a lively, fresh, invigorating taste on the palate. Crisp and pale with excellent concentration and balance.

8. Domain Jacques Dury, Rully 1 er cru Meix Cadott 2014, France  –  £33.00 (Bottle)
Delicious, classy white burgundy from 40 year old vine, the ripeness of fruit is balance by the fresh acidity and the finish is long, smooth and textured.

9. Seguin Pouilly Fume Cuvee Prestige 2014, France  –  £34.00 (Bottle)
The wine is well balanced and has an intricate combination of fruit and acidity.

10. Sauvignon Blanc villa Maria 2015, New Zealand  –  £34.00 (Bottle)
A wonderful balance of forward fruit and minerality with generous complexity to complement the wine’s natural varietal fruitiness.

11. Henri Bourgeois Sancerre ‘LES BONNES BOUCHES’ 2014, France  –  £34.50 (Bottle)
Crisp and clean with a good concentration of green fruit and a racy, mineral streak.

12. Chateauneuf Du Pape Clefs Des Papes Blanc 2008, France  –  £39.50 (Bottle)
A fruit character which captures greengage and citrus. Leesy touch to match the appealing, lively fruit. Not in the slightest too heady, a very expressive, elegant example with a fine lingering finish.

13. Grand VIN De Bourgogne Chateau Pouilly Fuissé 2009, France  –  £39.50 (Bottle)
This is full bodied burgundy with gold color fine crisp freshness and well integrated oak character. Rich with notes of honeysuckle and honey.

14. William Fevre Bougros, Chablis Grand Cru 2011, France  –  £65.00 (Bottle)
William Fevre is the biggest owner of grand Cru vineyards and arguably one of the best and more consistent producer in the region today, remarkable weight and finest chardonnay of its best.

15. Puligny-Montrachet, Cote De Beaune 2010, France  –  £75.00 (Bottle)
Bright lemon colours combine with delicate floral and mineral aromas, medium acidity balances well with quite a full, fat structure and hints of spices.


Red Wine

16. Sanleo Rosso, Italy  –  £6.50 (Glass 175ml)  /  £25.00 (Bottle)
The flavoured is appealingly dry, well balanced and fruity.

17. Jarrah Wood Shiraz 2014, South Eastern Australia  –  £32.00 (Bottle)
Always a favourite, this classic Shiraz has fruit and pepper flavour in abundance.

18. Medoc Reserve Dulong, Grand Vin De Bordeaux 2014, France  –  £34.00 (Bottle)
A firm backbone but is also supple and rounded with plenty of black fruit and flavour on the palate.

19. Louis Latour Brouilly 2015, France  –  £34.00 (Bottle)
This wine exhales intense fruity aromas such as red summer fruit, ending with an earthy undertone.

20. Chianti Classico DOCG 2012, Italy  –  £34.00 (Bottle)
It has an intense violet, cherry and leather flavor. The palate reveals harmonious structure and balanced body.

21. Baron de ley Rioja Reserva 2010, Spain  –  £35.00 (Bottle)
The powerful flavours develop in the mouth to create a pleasant sensation of volume which leads towards a long, nervous and fresh finish due to its optimum acidity

22. Cloitre Des Capucins, Saint-Emilion 2012, France  –  £35.00 (Bottle)
Carmine red, beautiful Bordeaux bouquet with a touch of barnyard and a light does of oak, beautiful and elegant wine.

23. Wolf Blass President’s selection, Cabernet Sauvignon 2012, South Australia  –  £35.00 (Bottle)
The president’s selection Shiraz is a full bodied wine with a rich core of blackberries and plums supported by well integrated oak, finishing with long finely structured tannins.

24. Fleurie Cheteau De Chenas 2014, France  –  £35.00 (Bottle)
Considered locally as the “king of the Beaujolais”. Attractive fruity aromas, dry with soft fleshy tannins. And lots of juicy raspberry on the palate.

25. Chateauneuf Du Pape Clefs Des Papes 2011, France £38.00 (Bottle)
Age so beautifully. Rich, full bodied spicy with a lovely sweet mid palate and soft tannins to finish.

26. Chateau Le Gardera, Bordeaux Superieur 2009, France  –  £38.00 (Bottle)
The Best of the appellation producing a firm rich wine. Le Gardera has fine tannins, soft fruit with subtle oak and an excellent balance.

27. Villa Maria Reserve Pinot Noir 2013, New Zealand  –  £38.00 (Bottle)
A seductively perfumed bouquet of red and dark cherries, plums and subtle spicy clove notes.

28. Chateau Haut-Bergey, Pessac-Leognan 2004, France  –  £45.00 (Bottle)
Classic mature claret from this very well regarded Bordeaux estate. Typical smokey, tobacco and sweet cherry scented bouquet. Medium bodied with fine sliky tannins & long finish.

29. Chateau Gravet, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2003, France  –  £120.00 (Bottle)
Carmine red, beautiful Bordeaux bouquet with a touch of barnyard and a light does of oak, beautiful and elegant wine.


Rosé Wine

30. Pinot Grigio Blush, Grande, Italy  –  £7.80 (Glass 175ml)  /  £29.50 (Bottle)
Salmon pink in color with an aromatic nose of freshly crushed cranberries and mineral elements.

31. Sancerre La Moussiere 2014 France  –  £35.00 (Bottle)
A very elegant, fresh and structured wine, with aromas of red berries and spicy hints, it is mellow and full-bodied on the palate with a fresh, straight finish. A great Rosé to enjoy both as an aperitif and throughout a meal.


Champagne/ Sparkling Wine

Prosecco Sparkling Wine  –  £9.80 (Glass 175ml)  /  £35.00 (Bottle)

House Champagne  –  £15.00 (Glass 175ml)  /  £48.00 (Bottle)

Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label  –  £65.00 (Bottle)

Moet ET ChanDon  –  £65.00 (Bottle)

Lanson  –  £65.00 (Bottle)


Vintage Champagne

Dom Perignon 2002  –  £220.00 (Bottle)

Louis Roederer Cristal 2000  –  £320.00 (Bottle)


Rosé Champagne

Laurent Perrier Brut  –  £95.00 (Bottle)


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