Champagne & Sparkling
Prosecco Spumante – Porte Nova, Veneto, Italy
Delicately fruity fizz with a mass of tiny bubbles and classic notes of apples, pears and almond blossom.
Lyme Bay Brut Reserve – 2014, Axe Valley, Devon
Fresh and fruity, traditional method Devon sparkler.
Champagne Gremillet Brut NV – Aube
Award winning Champagne with great finesse and depth.
Champagne Vrai Rosé NV – Gremillet, Aube
Stunning, properly made Rosé from 100% Pinot Noir.
Good House White – 2016, Vignerons Ardéchois Ardèche, France
Dry, crisp, fresh and fruity.
Pinot Grigio – 2016, Folonari, Venezie, Italy
A cut above your average PG - ripe and rounded with pear and lemon zest flavours and a hint of clove spice.
Rioja Blanco – 2016, Lopez de Haro, Spain
Best of both worlds - full, ripe fruit with a clean, crisp texture. Great on its own or with a wide range of dishes.
Vermentino – 2015, Domaine Saint Hilaire, Languedoc, France
Easy-drinking, off-dry white grape native to Sardinia. Made for fresh fish and seafood.
Sauvignon Blanc – 2016, Mussel Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand
Top-notch Marlborough Sauvignon with delicious gooseberry fruit.
Chardonnay – 2016, Paul Cluver, Elgin, South Africa
Exotic, opulent and utterly ravishing. Made with wild yeasts and French oak - eat your heart out white burgundy!
Good House Red – 2016, Vignerons Ardechois, Ardèche, France
Soft, easy and very gulpable.
Merlot/Touriga – 2015, Casal Monteiro, Tejo, Portugal
Smooth and medium-bodied with classic Merlot characteristics and the addition of Touriga Nacional, a port grape. Soft and rounded.
Shiraz – 2016, Whistling Duck, NSW, Australia
A really sumptuous Aussie classic. Rich flavours of ripe plums and fresh blackberries with a lovely hint of spice.
Rioja Crianza – 2014, Lopez de Haro, Bodegas Classica, Rioja Alta, Spain
How Rioja should taste! Supple and exuberant red fruit with hints of vanilla oak and red liquorice.
Malbec Altivo ‘Vineyard Selection’ – 2014, Finca Eugenio Bustos, Mendoza, Argentina
Big and gutsy Malbec - packed with bold, spicy dark fruit. Ripe and generous with well-rounded tannins.
Pinot Noir Reserva – 2015, Casas del Bosque Casablanca, Chile
Deliciously juicy and ripe with rich strawberry and cherry fruit and a hint of earthy intrigue on the long finish.
Good House Rosé – 2016, Ardèche, France
Dry rosé with appealing, ripe, red berry fruit and a crisp clean finish.
Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé – 2016, Pfalz, Germany
Off dry creamy rosé with a splash of strawberry essence running through.
Port & Pudding Wines
Moscatel del la Marina – Enrique Mendoza, Alicante, Spain
Divine! Like Orange Blossom and Musk. Perfect balance.
Noble Riesling – Paul Cluver, Elgin, South Africa
Paul’s Noble Riesling is the best of it’s kind in South Africa and easily one of the finest in the new world. It is ludicrously honeyed and fabulously exotic, decadently potent, and as you’d expect, the acidity is utterly gorgeous, cleaning up the palate after every sip. [Matthew Jukes]
Rutherglen Muscat – Campbells, Rutherglen, Australia
The Muscats of Rutherglen are considered the “World’s Richest Wines” and bear a mark of authenticity – an oval logotype with stylised “R” – which is only applied to the wines drawn from the great Muscat vineyards of the region. Complex and elegant, capturing a rich purity of raisin fruit flavours.
Finest Reserve Port – Churchill Graham, Porto, Portugal
Plenty of structure and concentrated layers of fruit makes this a serious alternative to Vintage Port. It is bottled ready for drinking and retains much of the fruit characteristic of a Vintage Port.
10 Year Old Tawny Port – Churchill Graham, Villa Nova da Gaia, Porto, Portugal
“Unquestionably the finest Tawny I’ve tasted in years. What makes it profound is its complex fragrance of roasted nuts and sweet fruit. There is impeccable definition and richness, a velvety texture and a long lusty finish. It is all a Tawny should be” – Robert M. Parker Jnr. – The Wine Advocate