Red Wine

Callia Lunaris Malbec – Argentina - 18.5

Enticing aromas of cherry and plum with a background of warming spice. Well-structured with freshness to the finish and ripe fruit and spice again.

Between Thorns Shiraz - South-Eastern Australia - 16.5

Fruit-driven Shiraz with aromas of cherry and raspberry, complemented by hints of spice and vanilla.

Tekena Merlot – Chile - 16.5

A fruit-driven Merlot with raspberry and blueberry fruit leading to a soft finish.

Chapel Down Union Red – England - 29

A blend of Rondo and Pinot Noir this produces attractive cherry and strawberry flavours in a light refreshing red.

Côtes du Rhône-Villages, Plan de Dieu – France - 21.5

A Grenache and Syrah blend that shows notes of red fruit and soft spice. Well-balanced with silky tannins, again red fruit is dominant with a touch of pepper-spice and cocoa on the finish.

Châteauneuf-du- Pape, Bois de Pied Redal – France - 30.5

Shows dark fruit flavours, such as black cherry and blackcurrant, spiced with liquorice and aromatic herbs; the palate is full-bodied with fine-grained tannins which give it a smooth finish.

Rare Vineyards Malbec, Pays d'Oc – France - 18

Malbec’s home is in south-west France as this velvety, overtly fruity wine with violet aromas and some spice on the palate shows.

Granfort Cabernet Sauvignon, Pays d'Oc – France – 17.5

Typical blackcurranty fruit flavours, the hallmark of this variety, show through strongly in this excellent wine. Purposely vinified in a soft, fruity, easy-to- drink style.

Chianti Classico La Pievanella, Trambusti – Italy – 21.5

A robust wine an intense, ruby-red colour; the nose shows violet, bramble fruit and oak spice; the palate is rustic yet smooth on the finish.

Kleine Zalze Vineyard Selection Pinot Noir, Western Cape – South Africa – 22.5

Partially barrel-fermented the wine is aged for a year in French oak. It shows intense, tangy currant and minerally fruit flavours, backed by well-integrated, elegant yet quite firm tannins.

Don Jacobo Rioja Crianza Tinto, Bodegas Corral – Spain – 23.5

A traditional red Rioja very much in Bodegas Corral’s style, matured for a minimum of 12 months in American oak followed by at least a year in bottle before release. A blend of 90% Tempranillo with small additions of Garnacha and Mazuelo varieties.

El Velero Tempranillo Tinto, Valdepeñas – Spain - 14.50

Cherry-red Tempranillo that shows strawberry and fruits of the forest on its smooth and velvety palate.

Gocce Primitivo del Manduria, Feudi Salentini – Italy - 32

It has a rounded palate with a bouquet reminiscent of wild berries, both fresh and in a jam, and notes of caramel. The finish is smooth and rich with ripe fruit flavours appearing alongside spicy aromatic notes.

The Four Graces Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley – USA – 46.5

Intensely flavoured showing aromas of black pepper, cardamom and lilac; the palate reveals wild strawberry and redcurrant, with fine tannins and freshness on the finish.

Chateau Musar Red, Gaston Hochar, Bekaa Valley – Lebanon – 55.5

Enticingly aromatic, with persistent fruit flavours. the wine is made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan and aged for some time, usually about a year, in French Nevers oak.

White Wine

Tekena Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley – Chile – 15.5

A refreshing Sauvignon Blanc with citrus and tropical fruit flavours and a crisp finish.

Chapel Down Bacchus White – England - 29

This vine produces fruit with excellent ripe flavours and refreshing crisp acidity levels. Ripe melon, peach, passion fruit, gooseberry and a hint of cut grass on the nose; the palate shows tropical fruits and lime flavours with hints of nettles.

Chablis, Paul Deloux – France - 29

The driest white Burgundy from the most northerly sector of Burgundy. The wine is fermented and matured without oak to preserve the characteristic flinty style.

Picpoul de Pinet, Les Girelles, Jean-Luc Colombo – France 21.5

The Picpoul grapes are grown around the village and surrounded by pine forests. A rich, mouth-filling wine with notes of fresh flowers and ripe summer stone fruit and melon.

La Campagne Chardonnay, Pays d’Oc – France – 16.5

A soft, green apple scented Chardonnay which demonstrates its unoaked nature with plenty of fruit on the palate. Whilst the grapes are grown in the relatively hot climate of southern France, modern production techniques have ensured this wine has a lively refreshing finish.

Parini Pinot Grigio delle Venezie – Italy – 16.5

Distinctive nose of wild flowers, with touches of honey and banana; dry, but not excessively so, soft, fresh and lively with notes of ripe pear.

Waipara Hills Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough – New Zealand – 18.5

A generous and lifted style, showing powerful aromas of melon, nettle and snow pea; the palate bursts with fresh citrus, grapefruit and melon notes, the fruit carrying through to the aromatic finish.

Bespoke Chenin Blanc, Western Cape – South Africa - 14.5

Lively fruit-led Chenin Blanc with a typical note of richness to the palate.

Don Jacobo Rioja Blanco, Bodegas Corral – Spain – 18.5

Made entirely from Viura grapes, cool-fermented in stainless steel tanks and bottled young to preserve maximum aromas and crispness.

El Velero Verdejo Blanco, Valdepeñas – Spain – 15.5

The Verdejo grape is an aromatic variety, this wine shows melon and green apple on the palate with floral notes on the finish.

Over the Shoulder Chardonnay, Yarra Valley - Asutralia - 23.5

The palate is lithe, fresh and racy: mineral, wet stone, citrus flowers and grapefruit. It is long and linear in shape, with a juicy, mouth- watering natural acidity.

Errázuriz Aconcagua Costa Chardonnay – Chile - 27

Lively aromas of lemon zest and lime blossom are underscored with hints of crisp pear and white flowers. The palate is heightened by a driving minerality and vibrant acidity that carries through on the finish.

Sancerre, Domaine des Chaintres, Joseph Mellot - France - 32

The Sauvignon Blanc grapes are gently crushed and the juice fermented at low temperatures; the wine is aged on its fine lees. Aromatic floral aromas of white blossom and grapefruit on the nose; the palate is refreshing and dry.

Chablis 1er Cru Montmain, J. Moreau et Fils – France - 55

The long, narrow vineyard of Montmain is situated on an ideal south- east slope, ensuring the grapes achieve full ripeness. A reliable and popular Premier Cru.

Sancerre Blanc, Les Romains, Domaine Vacheron - France - 68

Precise, pure and detailed it combines blossom with a focused core of citrus and orchard fruit, minerality and the raciest of racy-acid streaks.

Abbotts & Delaunay Zephyr Chardonnay, Limoux - France – 35.5

Green-gold, the nose shows apricot, preserved lemon with white flowers, backed by a vanilla spice; the palate is complex, rich, yet fresh.

Rosé Wine

Wicked Lady White Zinfandel - California – USA – 18.5

Medium-sweet rosé made using Zinfandel grapes from warm Californian vineyards. The juice from the crushed grapes spends a short time in contact with the skins which gives the wine a salmon- pink colour. Shows red-fruits on the rich, juicy palate.

Parini Pinot Grigio Rosé delle Venezie – Italy – 15.5

Soft, coppery-pink colour; delicate and fruity bouquet; soft and fresh on the palate.

Sparkling Wine

Chapel Down Brut - England - 34

A very approachable style of fizz with a lively refreshing mousse, good depth, crisp fruit and a palate with attractive yeast overtones. Ripe red apples and peach dominate the nose with apples and light tropical fruit on the palate.

Taittinger Brut Réserve - France - 49

Light, delicate and elegant; dry, fresh and balanced with a green fruit and citrus character. It receives three to four years ageing prior to release, this results in subtle hints of biscuit and brioche.

Da Luca Prosecco - 21

A classic example of the Glera grape grown in the Prosecco region. Pear and peach fruit on a lively, yet soft and generous palate.

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