White Wines

1. Simplicity Sauvignon Blanc (Chile)

Tantalising ripe citrus tropical fruit flavours. Classic, young, zingy, fresh and herby feel

Available by the glass

2. Maximo Viura (Spain)

Aromas of green apple and lavender. Mellow and dry with delicate, spicy finish.

Available by the glass

3. The Gavel Chardonnay (Australia)

Formely Auction House. Good example of popular Oz Chardonnay. The fruit is concentrated and married with delicate oak fusion.

Available by the glass

4. Piesporter Michelsberg, St Jacob (Germany)

This remains the most popular German wine in green Mosel bottles. Easy to drink.

Available by the glass

5. Tempo Pinot Grigio (Italy)

Aromatic, rich and combining quality and value.

Available by the glass

6. Running Duck Fair for Life Organic Chenin Sauvignon (South Africa)

Fruity, tasty and attractive combination of two popular grapes producing a lovely guava nose followed by a refreshing;y grassy palate.

7. Nebla Verdejo (Spain)

The grapes for this fresh, clean and fragrant wine are harvested at night to preserve aromas and protect against oxidation.

8. Domaine de Moulin des Motarels Viognier (France)

Viognier makes possibly the most aromatic dry white wine in the world redolent of apricots and peaches.

9. Forrest Estate Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough (New Zealand)

Marlborough Sauvignon with excellent concentration, persistent, lingering flavours and crispness on the palate.

10. Chablis Reserve du Montaigu, J Moreau et Fils (Burgundy)

Flint and mineral flavours combine with the lemon fruit of the Chardonnay giving a long finish.

11. Sancerre Les Cailloux Blancs, Chereau Carre (Loire)

Superb accompaniment to fish, chicken and brie. Great depth of itrus fruit flavours, slightly aromatic in the mouth with balancing soft acidity.

Rose Wines

12. Tempo Pinot Grigio Rose (Italy)

A delicate, fragrant rose full of the flavours and aromas of summer fruits.

Available by the glass

13. State West White Zinfandel (California)

Good example of this bewitching drink which smells and tastes like a bowl of raspberries.

Available by the glass

Red Wines

14. Simplicity Merlot (Chile)

Smooth, succulent and plummy style with delicate hints of spice and crushed black pepper. Extremely popular and well priced.

Available by the glass

15. The Gavel Shiraz (Australia)

Formely Auction House. Stylishly presented with rich and flavoursome fruit made by an award winning winery.

Available by the glass

16. Carrizal Tinto Rioja (Spain)

This wine has good depth of fruit flavours, smoky overtones and soft appealing tannins.

Available by the glass

17. Maximo Garnacha (Spain)

This property is owned by the same company that makes the famous El Coto rioja and boy does it show! It has a wonderful, spicy complexity and fabulous integrated flavours of raspberries, cherries and black berries.

18. Vistamar Sepia Reserve Pinot Noir (Chile)

A very properly made Pinot oozing summer berry flavours with a juicy, slightly spicy finish.

19. Lyngrove Collection Cabernet Sauvignon (South Africa)

Classic blackcurrant, mint and cedar to the fore with a long velvety finish. This is New World winemaking recognising Old World expertise.

20. Don Cristobal Malbec (Argentina)

Intensely violet in colour with lots of blackberries and some spiciness in the mouth. this partial ageing in French oak gives complexity.

21. El Coto Rioja Crianza (Spain)

This Rioja Crianza is ruby red, has excellent harmony of fruit, tannin and oak and is renowed for its velvety smooth feel in the mouth.

22. Fleurie Les Roches, Domaine Berrod (Beaujolais)

One of the most popular Beaujolais Crus, because it is all Beaujolais should be, scented, fruity and easy to drink.

23. Forrest Estate Pinot Noir (New Zealand)

Instantly appealing, full-bodied and rounded. This wine has excellent depth of cherry and raspberry fruit and a well integrated sweet smoky finish.

24. Coto de Imaz Rioja Reserva (Spain)

This a classic Rioja Reserva made from hand selected Tempranillo from the Alta and Alavesa areas. The use of new American oak gives complexity and structure and the integrated tannins give a perfect balance to the wine and reflect expert winemaking.

25. Chateau Le Cedre d’Arthus (Italy)

This a highly regarded second wine of the St. Emillion chateau, Fleur d’Arthus. Lots of up front fruit followed by cedary and leathery complexity and an elegant finish.

26. Amarone Classic, Botter (Italy)

A properly made and excellent value wine from one of Italy’s best known producers.

Sparkling Wines

27. Prosecco Di Maria (20cl) Italy)

Light, attractive and easy drinking.

28. Cava Portacelli Brut NV (Spain)

Spain’s best sparklers are known as Cava. This is soft, fruity and great for celebrating.

29. Prosecco Di Maria (Italy)

Fresh and crisp with lovely balancing citrusy fruit. This is a stylish Prosecco made by the incomparable Luca Botter.

30. Di Maria Raboso Rose (Italy)

This wine displays a lovely expresion of red berry fruits and is perfect for a glass or two anytime.


31. Lanson Black Label Brut NV

The second largest UK brand and back to form with lemon sherbert flavours.

32. Veuve Clixquot Yellow Label Brut NV

Famous for a long time for its consistent quality and full but biscuity finish.

33. Bollinger Special Cuvee NV

One of the best known Chanpagne houses; the non-vintage is full-bodied and almost meaty.

34. Laurent Perrier Rose NV

The brand leader in Rose Champagne. Famous for its tiny bubbles, pink-orange colour and fresdh, dry flavours which encourage one to drink it too quickly.