Please bare with us while we update the wine list here on the site to go with our new menu; some of the below have made it to the new list and there are some fantastic new additions.
Aromatic original from Sicily.
During a tasting this was our highest scoring white – a serious bargain!
Fabulously fruity for the money.
A cunning blend using grapes more commonly found in higher quality Soaves.
Light & delicate with notes of pear and melon.
Bright & vibrant un-oaked Chardonnay from cool Western Australia.
A pulsating Marlborough. Full flavoured & as expressive as Sauvignon gets.
The seafood wine of the Mediterranean. Benn’s favourite!
Proper estate bottled Chablis.
Another stunning white Burgundy for less than £40.
It would be difficult to find a more highly praised & awarded wine than this Garnacha.
Perfectly ripe juicy Merlot.
We’ve found it! The Holy Grail! Pinot that tastes like Pinot for less than £20!
Blockbuster value Shiraz from the best vintage in Oz for 20 years.
Classic Cabernet from the leading producer of organic wines in the world.
An elegant ‘mountain Rioja’ from this family-owned winery.
Authentic food friendly Chianti with warm spicy fruit and a rustic edge
(a bit like The Clarence! Over 150 years old don’t you know).
Lee’s new favourite red, Cairanne has just been promoted to the same tier as its more famous neighbour Chateauneuf du Pape.
Malbec that’s as smooth and dark as the night.
Intense savoury flavours of thick blackberry compote, black pepper serious shiraz for grown ups.
We’ve secured a small parcel of this little bit of Bordeaux history from the warm 2006 vintage that’s drinking perfectly.
Smooth, elegant & complex wine from one of Chateauneuf’s rising stars: Alex Favier.
An opulent, velveteen Amarone crafted in a modern accessible style.
Nice bottle too!
Overflowing with ripe strawberry fruit.
A major crowd pleaser from the sunshine state.
A delicate and delicious Provence style rosé.
Lush and lovely, it will caress your senses.
A must try (aren’t they all?). Truly one of the world’s greatest wines.
A work of art – beautifully aged (for more than 30 years)
tawny port. Special.
Please ask about the additional digestif range.
Classic Prosecco with a bright straw colour and lively aromas of intense vine fruits.
Packed full of fresh red berries; a great drier style fizz.
Premier Cru Prosecco as served in Harry’s Bar, Venice – the home of the Bellini!
A small family house based in the village of Ay, where Bollinger are also based.
Champagne rosé for the same price as the Brut?