Wine List

 

House Wine

175 ml £4.95 250ml £5.95 Bottle £17.75

1. Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Luz - Central Valley, Chile
Lively and fresh, full of aromatic herbs and green gooseberry fruit.

2. Merlot, Santa Luz - Central Valley, Chile
Rich and spicy wine with hints of cocoa and blackcurrant.

3. Baron d'Arignac Rosé - Vin de Pays d’Oc, France
Easy drinking rosé with a pale colour, fresh fruit salad aromas and crisp finish.

White Wine

4. Chardonnay, Ca'del Doge - Veneto, Italy
Enjoyable white from northern Italy. Lemon and ripe summer melon flavours.
£17.95

5. Pinot Grigio, La Delfina - Veneto, Italy
Everybody loves Pinot Grigio for its easy going nature, and pear and nutty aromas.
£18.50

6. Chenin Blanc, Kleinkloof - Paarl, South Africa
Tropical pineapple and mango mingle with scent of honeysuckle. The ripe fruit
makes the finish seem slightly off dry, but the wine retains good balancing acidity.
£18.95

7. Sauvignon Blanc, Hidden Bay - Marlborough, New Zealand
Still the iconic style of Sauvignon with terrific intensity, lime juice and zest
with cut grass lingering in the background.
£23.95

8. Riesling, Yalumba "Y" Series – Eden Valley, Australia
The Eden and Clare valleys have proved to be 2 of the best areas in the world for the cultivation of the Riesling grape. Great limey fruit with refreshing acidity. Great with light food.
£26.95

9. Petit Chablis, Jean-Marc Brocard - Burgundy, France
Finely crafted wine with the all minerality and texture you would expect.
Floral notes and vanilla blossom providing complexity.
£32.00

Rosé Wine

10. Pinot Grigio Rosato - La Delfina – Sicily, Italy
A pale colour but sweet red fruit: think strawberries and cream. Summer in a glass!
£18.50

Red Wine

11. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Dea del Mare - Abruzzo, Italy
Pepper and thyme leap out the glass, followed by coffee and plum.
£18.50

12. Shiraz, Three Pillars – South Australia
Plummy fruit offset with spicy hints. An example of what Australia does so well.
£18.95

13. Nero d'Avola, Villa Cardini - Sicily, Italy
Very soft and ripe, from Italy’s warm south. Red berries and mulberry and a
velvety smooth finish.
£19.50

14. Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Deer Point’, Domaine Boyar - Thracian Valley, Bulgaria
Boyar is the a producer of renown here, and he has crafted an approachable
Cabernet with all the cassis and cigar leaf you would expect from the varietal.
£20.95

15. Malbec ‘Finca La Colonia’, Norton - Mendoza, Argentina
Malbec is a hot varietal these days, possibly because it manages to combine
old world structure, with new world fruit and charm. Also very food friendly.
£22.95

16. Rioja Marques Del Lagar - Rioja, Spain
The benchmark wine by which Spain is best recognised, sweet cherry from the Tempranillo grape with a savoury hint from a touch of oak ageing.
£23.25

17. Cockburns of Leith Vintage Reserve Claret - Bordeaux, France
Cockburns are Scotland’s oldest wine merchant, serving the likes of Charles Dickens
and Sir Walter Scott! This has been selected from a property on Bordeaux’s right bank
to bear the name encapsulating the value and heritage Cockburns was built on.
£26.25

18. Pinot Noir, Santa Luz Reserva – Central Valley, Chile
A more robust Pinot Noir that offers classic soft berry fruit on the nose however the palate is quite substantial with a lingering palate the equal of its French cousins.
£26.95

Sparkling Wine & Champagne

19. Prosecco, La Delfina, - Veneto Italy
Gentle playful bubbles and lemon and pear fruit Delicious anytime!
£21.00

20. Baron Albert, Brut NV - Champagne, France
This is produced using the classic blend of the 3 Champagne grapes – Chardonnay Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. The Chardonnay for elegance, Pinot Noir for fruit and Meunier for structure
£42.00