We’ve been on a search to find wines that massively over-deliver, from winemakers who put quality first. Working with the team from Boutinot wines, we’ve put together a wine list of first-rate wines that offer incredible value.
Stunning stuff from Swartland’s sandy soils. A sensational white.
Full of fresh peach and orange citrus aromas from the sunny East coast of Spain.
A pure unoaked style that delivers tangy stone fruit and jasmine flavours.
Pinot Grigio from Trentino DOC, it’s a step above the rest.
Recently voted the best Vinho Verde in the world, a must try!
What would we do without Marlborough Sauvignon?…well you don’t have to worry about that here.
Single vineyard Verdicchio – a real seafood wine.
Wine expert Jancis Robinson likened this wine to a Condrieu, only much more affordable!
A wine lovers’ favourite grape and a wine from our favourite organic producer.
Albarino from a single vineyard is a rare thing, so with this wine you’re in for a special treat.
A classic for good reason; clean, crisp and mineral. Stunning!
Keith Tulloch is a man of Scottish heritage, who has been making wine in the Hunter Valley since 1997, he follow four generations of winemakers & produces incredible, pure wines.
How is this wine this good for this price!? Delicious Barbera!
A multi award-winning wine that is deep, rich and packed with dark fruits.
Soft and juicy and all that you want from a Merlot.
A bright and intense Malbec from the high-altitude vineyards of Mendoza.
This Pinot Noir gives lovely red summer fruit notes with a touch of spice from time in oak.
Smooth organic Rioja from a fifth generation family-owned winery.
A bizarre combination of Cambridge wine merchant and Australian 100-point Parker wine maker; you will love this!
Brooding and intense. A classic Malbec. From Nieto’s premium Agrelo vineyards.
Run by the lovely Bouyer family who have always looked to get the very best from their wines. The vineyard rubs shoulders with Chateau Cheval Blanc.
The crazy Australian scientists behind AB&D are on a crusade to make a wine for every letter of the alphabet, and they’re not scared to push the boundaries either.
This wine is a heady mix of seven different grapes and aged 13 months in oak, Emiliana are the leading organic wine producers of the new world and this wine is the first organic wine ever made in South America.
A stunning wine to finish off the list, rich, dark and powerful. The grapes are from vineyards with extremely fertile volcanic soils. The owner is from Tuscany and brings extensive winemaking knowledge.
Ripe cherry and Strawberry aromas, delicious and fresh.
Just like strawberry ice cream, sweet and luscious.
An elegant, truly gastronomic Provence style rosé from the Southern Rhône.
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.
This is what the locals drink in Venice, so why shouldn’t we? Crisp & dry and full of citrus notes.
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!
Exceptional Grand Cru Champagne with a small production of only 400,000 bottles; boutique and very special.
A sophisticated and delicate pink champagne that is worth savouring.