White Wines

1. Les Anges Sauvignon, France
175ml £6.20 / 250ml £8.80 / Bottle £ 24.00
Fresh, dry, well balanced with surprising concentration.
Food match: perfect with grilled fish.

2. Les Anges Chardonnay, France
175ml £6.20 / 250ml £8.80 / Bottle £ 24.00
A lovely dry unoaked French Chardonnay with a hint of green apples and a zingy fresh finish.
Food match: good with chicken.

3. Simonsig Estate Chenin, Stellenbosch, South Africa
175ml £6.60 / 250ml £9.40 / Bottle £ 25.50
Dry in style, this is an aromatic, full and fruity wine from this prestigious estate.
Food match: Try with Asian dishes.

4. Il Caggio Pinot Grigio, DOC Venezie, Italy
175ml £6.40 / 250ml £9.20 / Bottle £ 25.00
From near Venice, off dry, light and very refreshing.
Food match: Perfect match with light salads and risotto.

5. Santalba Blanco, Rioja
Bottle £27.50
White Rioja is becoming very trendy of late and this dry example has a long smooth finish and plenty of fruit from the Viura grape.
Food match: Best with risotto or light cheeses.

6. Domaine Saint Hilaire Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc, France
Bottle £ 29.50
A popular dry wine made from vineyards on the banks of Lake Thau in Southern France.
Food match: Roast white meats and simple seafood.

7. Gravel and Loam Sauvignon, Marlborough, New Zealand
Bottle £32.50
Dry with hints of gooseberry and green apples, great crispness and bite from this quality kiwi producer.
Food match: Goats cheese, also perfect with shellfish.

8. Morgassi Superiore Gavi di Gavi, Piemonte, Italy
Bottle £35.50
One of Italy’s best whites made from Cortese grapes. Great complexity.
Food match: Lightly flavoured grilled white fish.

9. Domaine de Maupherthuis, Burgundy, France
Bottle £42.50
This is the traditional drier style of Chablis, a unique expression of Chardonnay from this northerly climate and chalky clay soil.
Food match: Chicken or fish dishes in creamy sauces.

10. Domaine Legros Sancerre, Loire, France
Bottle £ 42.50
Jean Louis Legros hand picks his grapes his grapes from 30 years old vines producing small quantities of intense fruit. The wine has rich Sauvignon bouquet and crisp gooseberry fruit on the palate.
Food match: Good to try with shellfish in particular or any sort of seafood.

Red Wines

11. Finesse Merlot Cabernet, Southern France 
175ml £6.20 / 250ml £8.80 / Bottle £ 24.00
A delicious fruity red with the silky smoothness of Merlot and the backbone of Cabernet.
Food match: Goes well with a beef burger.

12. Simonsig Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz, Stellenbosh, South Africa
175ml £6.60 / 250ml £9.40 / Bottle £ 25.50
A very well made Cabernet Shiraz blend with hints of strawberries and blackberries from one of the Cape’s finest estates.
Food match: Try with Sunday lunch.

13. Douro Tinto, Messias, Portugal
175m £6.80 / 250ml £9.70 / Bottle 26.50
Made from Port grapes but without the kick of the brandy. Quite full but with supple red fruits.
Food match: Chicken dishes or sausage and mash.

14. Chevalier Georges Pinot Noir, Southern France
Bottle £26.50
A lovely soft Pinor Noir with overtones of cherries from the South of France. An elegant wine with soft cherry and raspberry vegetal fruit flavours typical of Pinot Noir.
Food match: Lamb dishes or a cheese board.

15. Bella View Shiraz, Patritti, South Australia
Bottle £27.00
Typical spicy and peppery aromas with a soft and smooth finish with delicate tannins.
Food match: Steak pie or strong cheeses.

16. Simonsig Estate Pinotage, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Bottle £29.90
A great cask-aged Pinotage from the 5th generation Simonsig family vineyards. Superb concentration.
Food match: Risotto or a sunday roast.

17.Vina Hermosa Crianza, Bodegas Santalba, Rioja, Spain
Bottle £33.00
One of the finest Bodegas in the Rioja region. This smooth, Tempranillo grape wine has undergone 16 months in America oak casks giving in the familiar vanilla flavour.
Food match: Lamb or a steak.

18. Joffre Gran Malbec, Lujan de Cujo, Argentina
Bottle £34.90
This 100% Malbec is a beautiful example of harmony between soft tannins and ripe fruits. Still one of the most popular reds!
Food match: A steak or roast beef on a Sunday.

19. Masseria del Gelso Primitivo di Manduria, Puglia, Italy
Bottle £38.50
From Manduria, the best area for Primitivo. Full bodied with plenty of flavour. Stewed fruit and currants with a touch of barrel ageing.
Food match: Robust meat dishes or charcuterie.

20. Les Garrigues de Pierrefeu Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rhône, France
Bottle £57.00
A powerful, rich and complex wine with spicy, peppery flavours and tones of truffles and leather. Châteauneuf is meant to drunk with a few years age and this example shows it at its best.
Food match: Robust beef dishes are perfect for this big red. 

Rosé Wines

21. Il Caggio Pinot Grigio Blush, DOC Venezie, Italy
175ml £6.20 / 250ml £ 8.80 / Bottle £ 24.00
Leaving the pink skins in the wine a shorter time producer this pale rose in a light, medium dry style.
Food match: Salmon or prawn dishes, and most shellfish.

22. Feather Falls Zinfandel Rosé, California, USA
175ml £6.20 / 250ml £8.80 / Bottle £24.00
For those who prefer their rosé a little sweeter. This has strawberries on the nose and a palate and a refreshing finish.
Food match: Salmon and spicy dishes will pair good with the sweetness. 

23. Pierre de Taille Rosé, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, France
175ml £7.60 / 250ml £10.80 / Bottle £29.50
Still a very popular style of rosé from the Provence region. Made from the grapes Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvingnon. Light in colour with a subtle flavour of cherry.
Food match: Salads and light chicken dishes.


24. Prosecco Spumante, Bartolomeo, Veneto, Italy
Bottle £31.50
A wonderful dry of Fizz made by pressing the best Prosecco grapes. It has a light straw colour and a fruity bouquet with hints of green apples.

25. Simonsig Estate Cap Classique Rosé Brut 2016, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Bottle £34.50
A full flavoured dry rosé. Careful blending of three grape varieties create a wine with harmony and smoothness on the palate.

26. Joly Brut Champagne
Bottle £48.90
A very fine dry champagne produced and bottled in the village of Triossy. The wine benefits from over four years of ageing in a bottle.

27. Joly Brut Rosé Champagne
Bottle £54.00
The Joly family’s dry rosé, a full flavoured Champagne of outstanding quality.

28. Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut
Bottle £85.00
Quite complex, developed palate. One of the best of the Grand Marques.

29. Laurent Perrier Rose champagne
Bottle £87.00
A very fine pink champers, exquisite and long flavour.

30. Veuve Clicquot NV Brut champagne
Bottle £85.00
A Fresh and zingy Champagne with a lovely mouth filling mousse.

31. Dom Perignon 2009
Bottle £242.00
Consistently good – long maturation.

32. Louis Roederer Cristal 2004
Bottle £329.00
Pure Chardonnay one of the great Champagnes.

Food match: Salmon or prawn dishes for rosé fizz and grilled white fish and shellfish for white fizz.

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