White Wines

House Selection – whites
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1. Garganega – Cantina di Negrar – Italy £4.00 £6.00 £8.00 £22.50
Ripe fruit flavours of date and banana result in a mouth-watering finish in this complex white wine
2. Matra Hills Pinot Grigio – Hungary £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
Classic clean dry white with typical greengage fruit flavours from the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy.
3. Carta Vieja Sauvignon Blanc – Chile £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
Classic clean dry white with typical greengage fruit flavours from the Veneto region of north-eastern Italy.

House Selection – rosé
4. Feather Falls Zinfandel – California £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
A soft and deliciously drinkable rosé from the Worcester region that is dry but with excellent red berry fruit.
5. Pasquiers Rosé – France  £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
 Pasquiers Grenache is a superb dry and crispt rosé with elegant strawberry fruit. Dangerously addictive!

House Selection – sparkling

6. Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé –  per 125ml glass £6.00  £28.00
 From Caves de Bailly, just outside the Champagne region, this dry fizz is as good and better than many rosé champagnes

New World – whites

7. Mirror Lake Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand £24.00
A hand crafted, high quality Sauvignon from one of the best vineyards in the world famous Marlborough region.

Old World – whites
8. Sauvignon de Touraine Guy Alion – France £24.00
Fantastic sauvignon with buckets of grapefruit flavours from a small producer from just outside Chenonceaux.

9. Macon Blanc ‘Les Terres Secrètes’ – Burgundy – France £26.00
A classic elegant Chardonnay from southern Burgundy with delicate citrus flavours and refreshing finish.
10. Sancerre ‘Domaine les Godons’ – Loire – France £34.00
One of the world’s great dry whites with a delicious gooseberry and elderflower bouquet. From the Loire valley.
11. Chablis ‘La Pierrelée’ – Burgundy – France £36.00
 A clear, solid premier cru, showing finese, sublety and length across the palate and on the finish. Very good, classic example.
Highly recommended – Decanter Magazine October 2012

Red Wines

House Selection – reds
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15. Carta Vieja Merlot – Chile £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
A delightful mellow red from the Maule valley with full blackcurranty flavour and a long smooth finish.
16. Bellefontaine Malbec – La Haut Vallée de l’Aude – France £3.75 £5.25 £6.75 £20.00
Blueberries which then develop on to reveal and intriguing character of crème de Cassis. Fine red fruits fill the mouth; raspberries and a touch of dark chocolate truffle.
17. Navajas Rioja – Spain £4.00 £5.50 £7.00 £21.00
A classic, unoaked Rioja from a small grower in the Rioja Alta with gentle vanilla and damson fruit flavours.

New World – reds
18. Viña Morandé Pinot Noir – Casablanca Valley – Chile £23.00
A light red wine with fresh fruit aromas such as raspberries and strawberries. Fresh on the palate with delicate body
19.McGuigan’s Black Label Merlot – Australia £20.00
From the Hunter valley, this is a hugely popular, fruit-driven red with classic black fruit and cassis flavours.
20. Scotto ‘Old Vine’ Zinfandel – California £25.00
A delectable, opulent red that exudes rich blackcurrant fruit made on a family-owned estate in the Lodi valley.
21. River Retreat Shiraz – Murray Valley – Australia £23.00
Deep red, purple in colour with aromas of black berries and chocolate; The balance of sweet fruit, subtle oak and soft tannins make this wine silky smooth and delicious

Old World – reds

22. Marques de Murrieta Reserva – Spain £36.00
Benchmark Rioja Reserva from the top Castillo Ygay Estate, concentrated red berry fruit and smooth vanilla oak.
23. Chateau La Croix Romaine – Pomerol – France £36.00
Superb claret from the top Lalande-de-Pomerol region of Bordeaux. A wine of astonishing depth and complexity.

Sparkling Wines & Champagne

13. Crémant de Bourgogne Brut – France £28.00

Made from a blaend of classic champagne varieties, this superb dry sparkler is made just outside the actual Champagne region
14. Champagne Nominé Renard £37.00
Dry elegant Champagne from a medal-winning small grower, Claude Nominé, just south of Épernay. Wonderful
15. Champagne Pol Roger ‘Special Cuvée’ Brut £60.00
Winston Churchill’s favourite champagne and the reception drink for last year’s Royal Wedding: Stunning champagne!