WINE LIST

White Wine
  • Simonsig Chenin Blanc, South Africa (Bottle)
  • £23.00
Fabulous wine from a third-generation winery. Off-dry style bursting with pear drop and tropical richness | 125ml Glass £4.10 | 175ml Glass £5.80
  • L’Ormarine Picpoul de Pinet Selection, France (Bottle)
  • £25.00
This is the wine of the moment – fresh, tangy and slightly saline | 125ml Glass £4.60 | 175ml Glass £6.40
  • Aves Del Sur Chardonnay, Chile (Bottle)
  • £22.00
Strong tropical fruit aromas with pineapple, mango and banana | 125ml Glass £4.00 | 175ml Glass £5.60
  • Aude Pecorino, Tenuta del Priore, Italy (Bottle)
  • £26.50
Pinot Grigio for grown-ups! Slightly richer but still with those crisp green apple and citrus notes | 125ml Glass £4.70 | 175ml Glass £6.60
  • Giddy Goose Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand (Bottle)
  • £28.00
Truly fabulous wine, a constant crowd pleaser | 125ml Glass £5.00 | 175ml Glass £7.00
  • Terrazze Della Luna Trentino Pinot Grigio, Italy (Bottle)
  • £24.50
The best PG is from high-altitude Trentino, this is seriously good! | 125ml Glass £4.40 | 175ml Glass £6.10
  • El Ninot de Paper Blanco, Spain
  • £18.50
A fresh and fruity Sauvignon and Viura blend from South-East Spain
  • La Lancelotta Gavi, Italy
  • £26.00
Gavi is the white wine of North-West Italy and has lovely stone fruit notes. Italy’s answer to Chablis
  • Cuvée Vedilhan Viognier, France
  • £22.50
Single estate Viognier which is rich and aromatic
  • Henners Native Grace Chardonnay, England
  • £32.00
The Brits have raised their game! Pure, poised, unoaked
  • Domaine de la Motte Petit Chablis, France
  • £36.00
A Petit Chablis is slightly riper and fuller than its big brother. A stunner in its own right
  • Valle de Oron Verdejo, Spain
  • £25.00
If you’re looking for an alternative to Sauvignon, look no further than Rueda and Verdejo!
  • La Val Finca Arantei Albarino, Spain
  • £31.00
This is a rare single estate Albarino just 4km for the Galician coast
  • Crowded House Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
  • £34.00
A premium Marlborough Sauvignon that is as quintessentially Kiwi as the 80’s band it references
  • Sancerre Domaine Rossignole, France
  • £35.00
Classic Sauvignon Blanc from the Loire Valley. Incredible minerality with lemongrass flavours
  • Domaine Guy Saumaize, Pouilly-Fuissé Grande Réserve, France
  • £49.00
Rich, buttery and delicious, a game changer with a roast chicken

Rosé Wine
  • Eagle Creek Blush Zinfandel, USA (Bottle)
  • £19.50
Luscious and medium-sweet. Strawberry Ice cream | 125ml £4.40 | 175ml £5.50
  • Francesco Cresci-Scritti Pinot Grigio Rose, Italy (Bottle)
  • £23.00
Lovely light easy-drinking PG Rose | 125ml Glass £4.70 | 175ml Glass £5.80
  • Florie Roy Rene, France (Bottle)
  • £30.00
A Provence style Rose, delicate but structured and great with food

Champagne & Sparkling Wines
  • Rivani Prosecco, Italy (Bottle)
  • £26.00
Lovely smooth Prosecco, youthful and fresh | Glass £7.10
  • Rivani Rose Spumante, Italy (Bottle)
  • £27.00
Gorgeous, smooth and irresistible as a Rose!
  • Joseph Perrier Cuvee Royale Brut, France (Bottle)
  • £50.00
This Bijoux Champagne House has crafted an elegant fizz brimming with delicate apricot and brioche notes. 3 years ageing gives another layer of finesse | Glass £9.50
  • Pol Roger Brut Reserve, France (Bottle)
  • £70.00
The favourite Champagne of Sir Winston Churchill - so a must for our list
  • Bollinger Rose Brut, France (Bottle)
  • £85.00
Seductive, toasty and crisp. This delightful Rose classic never disappoints
  • Champagne Lallier Grand Cru Vintage Brut 2010, France (Bottle)
  • £90.00
This is a truly boutique winery where the Champagne is hand-crafted from start to finish. At Lallier, a Vintage Champagne is only made in exceptional years. A true favourite with Sommeliers

Red Wine
  • Pablo y Walter Malbec, Argentina (Bottle)
  • £25.00
Amazing value Malbec from Mendoza that captures the true party spirit of the city | 125ml Glass £4.50 | 175ml Glass £6.30
  • Boutinot ‘Les Coteaux’ Côtes du Rhône Villages, France (Bottle)
  • £25.50
The best grapes are used to make the finest expression of CDR Villages | 125ml Glass £4.60 | 175ml Glass £6.40
  • Haut de Valent Pinot Noir, France (Bottle)
  • £27.00
A slightly richer style of Pinot Noir from warmer Southwest France | 125ml Glass £4.80 | 175ml Glass £6.70
  • Aves Del Sur Merlot, Chile (Bottle)
  • £22.00
Rich plum and luscious damson fruit, gentle overtones of spice and cloves add depth and complexity | 125ml Glass £4.00 | 175ml Glass £5.60
  • Larchargo ‘Edition Fabulas’ Rioja, Spain (Bottle)
  • £23.50
Fresh and complex, this powerful, expressive wine has rosy aromas with a fruity balanced palate and long toasty finish | 125ml Glass £4.30 | 175ml Glass £5.90
  • Los Vascos Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile (Bottle)
  • £28.50
Classic and pure Cabernet, with well-defined notes of cherry, blueberry and plum on the nose | 125ml Glass £5.10 | 175ml Glass £7.10
  • Fauno Garnacha, Shiraz, Monastrell, Spain
  • £19.00
A well balanced quaffer, unoaked and displaying lovely black fruit notes and black pepper
  • Uva Non Grata Gamay, France
  • £21.00
A no-rules Beaujolais style red. Unashamedly enjoyable and head-scratchingly good
  • Vieille Monnaie Pinot Noir, France
  • £23.00
You would pay a kings ransom for another glass of this silky Pinot Noir
  • Ontañón Rioja Crianza, Spain
  • £27.50
From a 5th generation family winery, famous in the region for its outstanding wines
  • Le Quartier du Cru Beaujolais Fleurie, France
  • £28.00
A cru Beaujolais which is pleasingly rich and developed.Forest floor, truffle rich and dark fruits
  • McManis Petit Sirah, USA
  • £35.00
Vivid purple in colour with aromas of blackberry caramel and toffee on the nose
  • Uggiano Chianti Fagiano Reserva, Italy
  • £30.00
This award winner was picked as “critics choice” from 1000’s of entries in a blind taste competition
  • Château Milon ‘Cuvée Caprice’ Saint-Émilion, France
  • £38.00
Classic Right-Bank Bordeaux, cigar smoke and cedar box notes and real depth of flavour
  • Cuvee Papale Chateauneuf De Pape, France
  • £45.00
At the very South of the Rhone you’ll find this Grenache based powerhouse
  • Riondo Amarone della Valpolicella, Italy
  • £46.00
It’s the drying of the grapes that give an Amarone more alcohol, more power and richer flavour