Our wines have been selected with the help of our wine merchant Ellis Wharton Wines
SPARKLING WINE & CHAMPAGNE
Prosecco Spumante, Vispo Alegro, NV, Italy £30.00
Pauletts Trillians Sparkling Red NV, Clare Valley, AU £40.00
Knightor Brut, NV, Cornwall VG £60.00
Louis Roederer, Brut Premier, NV, France Half Bottle £38.00 Full Bottle £62.50
Bollinger, Special Cuvée, NV France £95.00
Champagne Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut NV £120.00
Julia Florista Branco, Vidigal, Portugal £24.00
Il Folle, Grillo, Sicily, Italy ORGANIC £26.00
Domaine Astruc, d’A Viognier, S. France 375ml carafe £15.00 Bottle £29.00
Hen Pecked, Picpoul de Pinet, S. France £31.000
Avezedo, Vinho Verde Loureiro/Alvarinho, Portugal V £30.00
Finca Quara, Torrontes, Cafayate Valley, Salta, Argentina VG 375ml Carafe £16.00 Bottle £31.50
Domaine Guy Allion, Touraine Sauvignon Blanc, Loire, France £33.50
Sauvignon Blanc, Allan Scott, Marlborough, NZ VG £35.00
Pirueta Albarino, Bodgeas Gallegas, Rias Baixas, Spain £36.50
Gavi di Tassarolo DOCG “La Fornace”, Cinzia Bergaglio, Piedmont, Italy £37.00
Macon Uchizy, Domaine Talmard, Burgundy, France 375ml carafe £22.00 Bottle £42.50
Trevannion, Knightor, Cornwall VG £45.50
The Foundry, Grenache Blanc, Stellenbosch, S. Africa £46.50
Rafael Palacios, `Louro Do Bolo` Valdeorras Godello, Spain VG, ORGANIC £52.00
Domaine Gerard Thomas et Filles, Saint Aubin Blanc ‘Champ Tirant’, Burgundy, France £73.00
Amoranza, Garnacha RoSé, Old Castile, Spain £22.00
La Sérénité Rosé “Cuvée L’Âme”, S. France £27.00
Judith Beck Pink, Burgenland, Austria £42.00
AIX Provence Rosé, Maison Saint Aix, France Magnum £76.00
Baglio Antico, Catarrato, Ciello, Sicily, Italy £39.50 VG, Organic, Natural
RED San Perito Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile £23.00
Cantarello, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, DOC, Italy 375mlCarafe £13.00 Bottle £25.00
Emiliana Adobe Reserva Carmenere, Valle de Colchagua, Chile VG, ORGANI £27.00
Appassimento – Negroamaro, Malvasia Nero, Primitivo, Puglia, Italy £29.50
Domaine du Moulin Camus, Gamay, Loire, France £30.50
The Liberator, The Francophile, Syrah, Stellenbosch, S.Africa 375ml Carafe £16.00 Bottle £30.00
Los Haroldos Roble, Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina Bottle £35.50 Magnum £73.00
Long Barn, Pinot Noir, California, USA £39.00
Jean-Marc Burgaud, Regnie Vallieres, Les Vignes de Lantignie, France VG £49.50
Vinedos de Los Vientos, Anarkia, Tannat. Uruguay VG £40.00
Boekenhoutskloof The Chocolate Block, Swartland, S.A. V Bottle £60.00 Magnum £108.00
Chateau Fleur de Lisse, Saint Emilion, Grand Cru, Bordeaux Organic, Biodynamic £72.00
Chateau Lauriga, Muscat de Rivesaltes, France £6.75 Exotic fruit mingled with citrus on the nose. The palate is round and delightfully sweet with pineapple and pear, locked in with citrus and floral notes, finishing round and clean with added sweetness and even more citrus fruit. An excellent fortified wine that should not be overchilled.
Lustau East India Solera Sherry £7.10 A fantastic blend of dry oloroso and sweet PX sherries. Sweet and rich, reminiscent of raisins and crème brûlée. A perfect pairing for rich desserts and blue cheese.
Alcyone Tannat, Uruguay VG £10.40 Alcyone’ was a Greek demi goddess. The wine has a honey like texture, with aromas of winter flowers, Madagascan vanilla bean, white cacao souffle and dark cherries. It’s savoury with a long finish. A great match for chocolate and chocolate desserts. Sam’s favourite!
Akashi-Tai Junmai Ginjo, Sparkling Sake, Japan 300ml £36.00 Made using the traditional method, as used in Champagne, this is light, refreshing and reminiscent of Moscato d’Asti. It has a lovely mellow citrus, melon flavour with slight sweetness. Equally delicious as an aperitif.
Late Harvest Riesling, Allan Scott, NZ £9.40 This luscious dessert wines has aromas of apples, lemon and honeycomb and a tantalising suggestion of caramel and peach.Though the palate is rich, there is a strong citrussy acidity and perhaps a little saffron. As it ages, this is developing more honeyed intensity.
The Liberator Episode 9, The Bishop of Norwich, Stellenbosch, South Africa £9.00 A port but not a port. The Bishop of Norwich is another ‘Episode’ from The Liberator, who spends his time travelling South Africa ‘rescuing’ wines from being blended away or being disposed of and with huge and popular success!
Aged for 8 years in barrel this LBV style wine is now drinking superbly and offers classic ‘port’ characteristics of blackberries, cherries, fruit cake and ginger. A typically British initiative, the tradition of ‘passing the Port’ dates back centuries and comes with its own particular etiquette. If someone is seen to be failing in their duties of passing the port, the breach is brought to their attention by enquiring, ‘Do you know the Bishop of Norwich?’ For those who know the true meaning of this euphemism, it serves as a timely reminder, while for those who don’t, they are politely informed ‘He’s a terribly good chap, but he always forgets to pass the Port…’
PORT Niepoort Ruby, DUM 100ml £8.80 Kopke 10year old Tawny 100ml £7.00