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The Wine List

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Viognier & Chenin Blanc Percheron
£18
Swartland, South Africa
This wine has been created as a result of long standing relationships with traditional growers and sourced from 40 year old bush vines. Vibrant and aromatic with delicious generous
fresh apricot, white peach and hints of passion fruit.
Un-Oaked Chardonnay Cramele Recas ‘Umbrele’
£18
Banat, Romania
Umbrele means shadow in Romanian, why are these wines called Umbrele, well it’s because the vines grow in the shadow of the Carpathian Mountains. Beautifully crisp, ample ripe tropical fruit and peach with a bright refreshingly smooth and long finish.
Better
Picpoul L’Ormarine ‘Duc de Morny’
£22
Pinet, France
Incredibly vibrant and fresh - Impressive fruit flavours of pear, apple, lime peel, lemon flesh and an underlying minerality. Absolutely a must with any seafood!
Bordeaux Blanc Château La Coudraie
£20
Bordeaux, France
Lovely blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon, this wine is fresh and aromatic with a lovely fruity and floral bouquet. Try it you won’t be disappointed!
Best
Albariño Bodegas La Val ‘Orballo’
£22
Rias Baixas, Spain
Native Spanish white grape variety, very on-trend at the moment and easy to see why. Generous on the palate with a weighty texture, ripe fruit and minerality all balanced by a refreshing smack of acidity.
Mâcon-Charnay Cuvee l’Ancienne ‘Reserve Personell
£23
France
Charnay is renowned as one of the smallest (therefore more expensive) and best of the Macon Villages. 100% Chardonnay delivers on all fronts here, bright with white stone fruits and a big squeeze of lime. Stunning value!.
Pecorino Ciù Ciù ‘Le Merlettaie’
£24
Offida (Le Marche), Italy
Ancient grape variety brought back from the brink of extinction. Reportedly named after local sheep (Pecora means sheep in Italian) who’d be driven down to lower pastures through the vineyards and who took a liking to this particular grape variety. Showing flavours and aromas of yellow fruits, ground white spices like ginger and white pepper. Complex but worthwhile seeking out.
Sauvignon Blanc Zephyr Wines
£25
Marlborough, New Zealand
Family owned and bottled which is a bit of rarity nowadays in Marlborough. This Sauvignon Blanc show us why Marlborough Sauvignons are so popular, stunning example and a bargain at this price.

Wine of the Month

Cotes Du Rhone
£20
France
This wine has been created as a result of long standing relationships with traditional growers and sourced from 40 year old bush vines. Vibrant and aromatic with delicious generous fresh apricot, white peach and hints of passion fruit.
£5.50 per glass
Good
Shiraz False Bay Vineyards
£19
Western Cape, South Africa
False Bay Vineyards is named after the bay which frames
Waterkloof’s eagle’s view from the top of the Schapenberg Hill.
This wine is full yet elegant with bramble aromas and creme de
cassis and black cherry flavours. Warming!
Pinot Noir Vina Indómita ‘Nostros’
£19
Casablanca, Chile
A light fragrant red made from grapes in the cooler Casablanca
region of Chile. Bright wild strawberry and raspberry fruits
dominate a soft supple palate.
Better
Carignan ’ Vieilles Vignes’ D.C. De Chansac
£20
Pays d’Oc, France
Not often seen as 100% varietal, normally used in blended wine from Southern France. The fruit for this wine was thermo vinified, to extract maximum colour & fruit, without the hard tannins Carignan is know for. Delicious!
Tempranillo Gonzalo Gonzalo ‘Gran Cerdo’
£21
Rioja, Spain
Gonzalo rejects market driven fashions, formulae, chemical
treatments and conformism. This wine is biodynamic and organic
and is dedicated to the bankers who denied him a loan to make thiswine. Gran Cerdo mean ‘Big Pig’ in Spanish.
Best
Domaine Passot
£25
Fleurie, France
Medium to full bodied with a savoury first impression leading to flavours of raspberries and cherries. The finish is tight and tannic, this wine is expertly made and a great introduction to wines from the Beaujolais.
Malbec Familia Zuccardi ‘Serie A’
£23
Vale de Uco (Mendoza), Argentina
Zucardi Wines was founded in 1963 and is still run by the same
family. José Alberto and Sebastián Zuccardi were voted amongst
the five most influential people in the Argentinian wine industry.
Soft and velvety entry, firm tannins with lovely juicy finish.
Château La Pointe Bouguey
£26
Saint-Émilion, France
Textbook St. Émilion, made up of 80% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc. Harmonious, full with a deep, soft texture, fruity flavour, well-balanced acidity and a pleasant aftertaste.
Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz
£23
Coonawarra, Australia
Majella makes some of the finest wines in Coonawarra and have
won many accolades for their wines over the years. Vibrant,
unmistakably Coonawarra to smell and taste, bursting with flavours
of black-currant, mulberry and herbs. This wine is fine and elegant.

Wine of the Month

Cotes Du Rhone
£20
France
This wine has been created as a result of long standing relationships with traditional growers and sourced from 40 year old bush vines. Vibrant and aromatic with delicious generous fresh apricot, white peach and hints of passion fruit.
£5.50 per glass
Brut NV - Gremillet Champagne
£45
Champagne, France
Champagne Gremillet is a small, but beautifully formed family-owned Champagne house. Traditional and delicious!
Cava - Brut Can Petit ‘Single Estate’
£19
Penedes, Spain
Good structure & well balanced, long clean finish.
£3.95 per glass
Prosecco - Spumante Millesimato
£24
Pinet, France
Wonderfully fresh and rich, Mabis delivers on all fronts and is twice the fizz offered by some of the cheaper brands. A very classy sparkling wine!

Recommended

Brut NV - Gremillet Champagne
Portuguese Rose
£17
Cintilla Portugal
Dry, mellow & refreshing.
£3 small glass | £4 Large Glass
Pinot Grigio Rosé La Voluta
£17
Veneto, Italy
Soft and creamy textured - with good intensity of ripe berry and red cherry fruit, and a vibrant finish.
Côtes de Provence Château Gavoty ‘Mélopée’
£22
Provence, France
True Provencal style rosé, the palate is a mouth watering blend of strawberries and redcurrants, allied to a creamy texture, considerable weight and a long crisp finish.

Recommended

Côtes de Provence Château Gavoty ‘Mélopée’
Liso Veinte Viura
£15
Navarra, Spain
Fresh & crisp dry white.
£3 small glass | £4 Large Glass
Araldica Cortese
£16
Piedmont, Italy
Green apples, ripe grapefruit.
£3.25 small glass | £4.50 Large Glass
Sauvignon blanc, Bellefontaine
£17
Pays d'oc France
Classic Sauvignon Blanc.
£3.50 small glass | £4.50 Large Glass
Nero D'avola Il Meridione
£15
Sicily, Italy
Medium bodied, spicy red.
£3.00 small glass | £4.00 Large Glass
Portuguese Red
£15
Portugal
Fresh, soft & juicy.
£3.25 small glass | £4.25 Large Glass
Monastrell, Juan Gill 'Pedrera'
£18
Jumilla, Spain
Fresh, forward & easy to drink.
£3.50 small glass | £4.75 Large Glass

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