Wine List

Champagne

1 SOUTH SANDS CHAMPAGNE BRUT NV
(Champagne, France) £10.00 (125ml) £50.00 (bottle)

2 BILLECART SALMON CHAMPAGNE, BRUT NV RESERVE
(Champagne, France) £89.00 (bottle)

6 PERRIER JOUËT, BLASON ROSÉ, NV
(Champagne, France) £95.00 (bottle)

7 BILLECART SALMON CHAMPAGNE, BRUT VINTAGE 2007
(Champagne, France) £115.00 (bottle)

8 DOM PÉRIGNON VINTAGE 1998
(Champagne, France) £215.00 (bottle)

Sparkling Wines

5 CREMANT DE BOURGOGNE BRUT, CAVE DE LUGNY
(France) £42.00 (bottle)

4 GUSBOURNE, BRUT RESERVE
(Kent, England) £9.50 (125ml) £45.00 (bottle)

9 GUSBOURNE, BLANC DE BLANCS
(Kent, England) £55.00 (bottle)

3 SOUTH SANDS PROSECCO, EXTRA DRY
(Prosecco, Italy) £9.00 (125ml) £39.50 (bottle)

White Wines

10 LES ANGES, SAUVIGNON BLANC
(Loire, France) £8.00 (175ml) £10.00 (250ml) £29.00 (bottle)
So reminiscent of a scented Sancerre

11 SOUTH SANDS WHITE, LES CÉPAGES DE SUD,
(South France) £6.50 (175ml) £9.00 (250ml) £25.50 (bottle)
Clean – unmistakeably French

13 MUSCADET SEVRE & MAINE, SUR LIE, LA FIEF DE LA BRIE
(Pay Nantais, France) £30.00 (bottle)
Such a seafood wine…. back in fashion for the right reasons

14 PICPOUL DE PINET, TERRA D’ EOLE PRESTIGE
(Languedoc, France) £30.00 (bottle)
Full of zip and hints of savoury ~ white flower nuances

20 ICARE CHARDONNAY
(Côtes de Thongue, Southern France) £32.00 (bottle)
Very much a wood influenced White Burgundy style

15 PINOT GRIGIO, DI PIAVE LA DI MOTTE
(Fruili, Italy) £9.25 (175ml) £11.25 (250ml) £32.00 (bottle)
Citrus – tropical fruit – long & lingering on the finish  

17 TURNING HEADS SAUVIGNON BLANC
(Malborough, New Zealand) £9.25 (175ml) £11.25 (250ml) £34.00 (bottle)
Ripe goosberries – a classic ‘Malborough’, sourced from young vines from Wairau region.

18 GAVI DI GAVI CONTI SPERONI
(Piedmont, Italy) £36.00 (bottle)
From the unique low alpine region of Piedmont. Straw yellow and refreshing. Springtime blossom and green apples.

21 ALBARINO BERON, BODEGAS AQUITANIA
(Rias Baixas, Spain) £38.00 (bottle)
Perfumed aromas of fresh apricots, lemons and orange blossom. Clean, light and linear on the palate with a satisfying subtle saltiness. From the maritime Galician region, great with grilled fish and shellfish.

19 KALTERN VIAL SUDTIROL WEISSBURGUNDER PINOT BIANCO DOC
(Trentino Alto Adige, Italy) £40.00 (bottle)
This elegant Pinot Bianco with an expressive nose and flavours of peach, pear and ripe apples.

23 POUILLY-FUMÉ, DOMAINE LANDRAT GUYOLLOT
(Loire Valley, France) £42.00 (bottle)
Fresh and pure, with aromas of elderflower, citrus and stone fruit.

39 ANJOU BLANC, CHENIN BLANC, LES QUARTERONS, DOM. AMIRAULT
(Loire, France) £44.00 (bottle)
Sixth generation family estate. Apples, melon and floral notes with long and supple finish.

24 CHABLIS DOMAINE DAUVISSAT
(Chablis, Burgundy, France) £48.00 (bottle)
This fresh and zesty Chablis comes from vineyards on the hillsides of both sides of the river Le Serein on the famous kimmeridgien soil.
The palate has a crisp mineral note from the soils combined with pear, green apple and gentle floral notes

58 CLOUDY BAY SAUVIGNON BLANC
(Marlborough, New Zealand) £50.00 (bottle)
This is one of New Zealand’s most celebrated wines and a real benchmark for quality.
A complex and layered Sauvignon, with notes of ripe lemon, lime, passionfruit, peach and freshly cut grass.

35 POUILLY-FUISEÉ, DOMAINE AUVIGE, LES CRAYS, 2017
(Mâconnais, France) £52.00 (bottle)
Jean Auvigue produces Pouilly Fuissé of the highest quality with vibrant Chardonnay fruit. 

40 SANCERRE DOMAINE CROCHET, 2019
(Sancerre, Loire, France) £54.00 (bottle)
From the limestone slopes around the village of Bue. Delicious and well balanced, with ripe flavours.
Classic Loire Sauvignon Blanc, whilst exhuberant to start, with citrus flavours, there is excellent balance.

38 AUXEY DURESSES, DOM. JEAN PASCAL & FILS, 2016
(Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £60.00 (bottle)
By Alexandra Pascal, from the small family Domaine. A nutty fresh nose showing a hint of toast to the crisp green fruit. 

25 CHABLIS 1ER CRU ‘FOURCHAUME’ DOM. N&G FEVRE, 2017
(Chablis, Burgundy, France) £66.00 (bottle)
This premier cru Chablis is long and rich, with fruit flavours of lemon, apple and white blossom w ith distinctive mineral notes.
A lovely finish which is smooth and rounded whilst still retaining the classic mineral terroir.

34 MEURSAULT ‘LES GRAND CHARRONS’ DOM. BOUZEREAU, 2017
(Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £104.00 (bottle)
This distinguished grower creates rich and voluptuious Meursault, exotic with the bouquet of toasted hazelnuts, orange blossom and butterscotch yet it is elegant and deeply complex. There is a captiviating palate of white fruits with sublime honeyed richness with a hint of toasted oak.

45 CONDRIEU, RENE ROSTAING, 2011
(Condrieu, Côtes du Rhône) £119.00 (bottle)
A rare aromatic white Rhône made from the Viognier grape variety that is both subtle and seductive, exhibiting fragrant peach and apricot aromas, well balanced with exotic fruit and fresh acidity. René Rostaing is a master of Condrieu and Côte Rôtie, two tiny neighbouring appellations planted on the steep granite slopes that rise above the northern Rhône town of Ampuis.

33 PULIGNY-MONTRACHET 1ER CRU “LES PERRIERES”, 2012
(Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £129.00 (bottle)
This small family domaine on the outskirts of the village of Puligny embodies meticulous traditional winemaking with minimal use of oak.
This wine is complex and elegant with flavours of ripe apples and lemons, with a long after taste.

31 CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE GRAND CRU LOUIS LATOUR, 2014
(Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £150.00 (bottle)
From the famous Corton-Charlemagne AOC in the Cote de Beaune subregion of Burgundy. A pale gold in colour with notes of apples and toasted almonds on the nose. The palate is powerful and generous with fleshy peach and apple notes combined with cream and almonds. The silky mouthfeel is balanced perfectly with a fresh acidity and a distinctive minerality.

32 BÂTARD MONTRACHET GRAND CRU DOM. MOREY COFFINET, 2012
(Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £235.00 (bottle)
Wonderful complexity and power here. Loads of spice and mineral frame the apricot and citrus flavors, all supported by a lively acidity and dense texture. Big, as expected from this appellation, with a long, lingering aftertaste. Very fresh finish.

Rose Wines

90 SOUTH SANDS ROSÉ, LES CÉPAGES DE SUD
(South France) £7.00 (175ml ) £9.00 (250ml) £26.00 (bottle)
Such a great summer rosé, instantly appealing.

91 DOMAINE HOUCHART ROSÉ, COTES DE PROVENCE
£10.00 (175ml ) £13.00 (250ml) £35.00 (bottle)
Wonderful dry summer berry fruit, gentle and restrained

92 CALANCOMBE, PINOT NOIR ROSÉ 2019
(Local wine) £10.25 (175ml ) £13.25 (250ml) £39.00 (bottle)
A delicious salmon pink, aromas of summer fruits, with a touch of strawberries, cream with a hint of peach.

93 DOMAINE OTT, BY. OTT COTES DE PROVENCE ROSE
£54.00 (bottle)
Chateau de Selle covers an area of 140 hectares. Their Rose won the title of `the worlds finest rose wine` and is on the wine lists of some of the most prestigious restaurants of the world. The bouquet is floral with notes of fruit and spice, broom, apricot and grapefruit.

95 MAIA ROSE, COTES DE PROVENCE ROSE
(France £46.00 (bottle)
A real taste of Provence in a bottle. Beautiful pear drop notes with an uplifting and enchanting acidity. Dry, light and fresh bursting with summer berry fruit aromas and plenty of fulness.

96 MAGNUM MAIA ROSE, COTES DE PROVENCE ROSE
(France) £105.00 (magnum bottle)
A real taste of Provence in a bottle. Beautiful pear drop notes with an uplifting and enchanting acidity. Dry, light and fresh bursting with summer berry fruit aromas and plenty of fulness.

Red Wines

101 HOUSE RED, CARIGNAN VIELLES VIGNES ROCHE DE BELANNE
(Languedoc) £6.50 (175ml) £9.00 (250ml) £25.50 (bottle)
Deep ruby in colour with an alluring nose of sweet ripe strawberry and dark cherry

104 LAS PAMPAS SHIRAZ MALBEC
(Mendoza, Argentina) £8.00 (175ml) £10.50 (250ml) £29.00 (bottle)
A perfect blend of Shiraz and Malbec. Great with steak, red meats or spicy foods.

108 PRIMITIVO APPASSIMENTO, CARLOMAGNO
(Puglia, Italy) £30.00 (bottle)
Dark brooding dried fruit and welcome spice

186 ALAZANI, SAPERAVI
(Kakheti, Georgia) £31.00 (bottle)
Georgia has the longest wine making tradition in the world. Made from the famous Saperavi grape.
Deep garnet colour. Flavours of black cherry, black currant and vanilla.

106 RIOJA AZABACHE CRIANZA
(Rioja, Spain) £9.00 (175ml) £11.00 (250ml) £32.00 (bottle)
Well balanced with a soft seductive character, intense plum and cherry flavours with elements of vanilla and spice.

103 COLINAS DO DOURO SUPERIOR RED
(Douro, Portugal) £34.00 (bottle)
Intensely fruit driven and spicy red with warm ripe blackcurrant flavours and subtle floral undertones. Soft tannins and medium body

110 VILLA WOLF PINOT NOIR
(Pfalz, Germany) £10.00 (175ml) £13.00 (250ml) £36.00 (bottle)
Soft and fruity to begin, but with complex spiciness and an earthly quality.

112 CELLAR CAL PLA TINTO, PORRERA
(Priorat, Spain) £38.00 (bottle)
Rich and spicy with dark fruit plum, danson, blackberry and spice.

113 MARCO PORELLO, BARBERA D’ALBA, DOC MOMMIANO
(Piedmonte, Italy) £40.00 (bottle)
Medium bodied with more dark fruit and spicy, liquorice notes, leathery tannins and a good, dry, lingering finish.

107 FLEURIE ‘PONCIE’ DOMAINE PATRICK TRANCHARD
(Beaujolais, France) £42.00 (bottle)
Soft red berries, a gentle, easy drinking Fleurie, Crus du Beaujolais. 

127 CHÂTEAU BECHEREAU, LALANDE-DE-POMEROL, 2016
(Pomerol, Bordeaux, France) £44.00 (bottle)
A classic, medium bodied claret with a good balance of black fruits, toasty notes and some sweet spice.

114 ROSU DE GITANA, VIN ROSU SEC, RARA NEAGRA CABERNET
(Moldova) £48.00 (bottle)
A beautifully well structured deep ruby red wine that predominates the taste of Moroccan blackberries with an intense richness and soft tannins.

162 RIBERA DEL DUERO, PESQUERA CRIANZA
(Castilla y León, Spain) £50.00 (bottle)
Bright ruby red, black fruits and spicy. Made from 40 year old vines. Like Rioja… but even better!

137 SAINT-JOSEPH, DOMAINE DES REMIZIÈRES
(Rhône, France) £54.00 (bottle)
Deep inky Rhône wine with bramble notes and dark chocolate. Award winning and respecting environment and biodiversity. 

132 RULLY ROUGE ‘CHAUCHOUX’ TETE DE CUVEE DOM. BELLEVILLE
(Côte Chalonnaise, Burgundy, France) £56.00 (bottle)
This is very fine Burgundy, refined, elegant with a pure yet intense redcurrant fruit. 

185 CHÂTEAU MUSAR, SERGE HUCHAR
(Bekaa, Lebanon) £65.00 (bottle)
A unique story in a bottle. Bordeaux style red but with a Mediterranean typicity, from the fertile Bekaa in Lebanon. 

139 SANTENAY 1ER CRU, MALADIERE DOM. PRIEUR BRUNET 2015
(Santenay, Côte d’Or, Burgundy) £68.00 (bottle)
The Maladiere plot in heart of the Santenay vineyards. A pale ruby colour, yet richly fragrant of cherry and violet.

126 LA RESERVE D’ANGLUDET, MARGAUX
(Médoc, France) £72.00 (bottle)
The strict selection in vineyard and from cask ensures the finished wine shares the same finesse, complexity and elegance of a fine Margaux. Supple dark fruits, licorice and spice notes are held by assertive but ripe tannins.

159 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO DONATELLA COLOMBINI, 2014
(Tuscany, Italy) £75.00 (bottle)
Tuscany’s most intense and famed red wine. It expresses a powerful, assertive character, complex and mineral, leather,  truffle and orange peel nuances. 

152 BAROLO ‘SERRALUNGA’ RIVETTO, 2014
(Piedmont, Italy) £89.00 (bottle)
Serralunga is one of the most famous vineyard sites of Barolo. Intense, full bodied; a wonderful scent of violets and roses. 

133 NUITS-SAINT-GEORGES 1ER CRU ‘LA RICHEMONE’ DOM. MICHELOT, 2016
(Côte de Nuits, Burgundy) £95.00 (bottle)
Bold, mighty Nuits with a touch of Vosne class. This has force and power. Intense mineral and long. The fruit is glossy and lush but a distinct strength and density sits behind this. A complex array of mineral and salt-infused damson, black cherry, sloe and bramble fruit.

163 MARQUES DE RISCAL, BARON DE CHIREL RESERVA, 2016
(Rioja, Spain) £100.00 (bottle)
Baked black-fruit aromas are raisiny and leathery, with notes of saddle and dried cheese.
Fitting for a hot year like 2015, this Tempranillo-led blend feels full, dense and rich,
but also baked and jammy. It’s dry and tannic on the finish, with lasting notes of prune and blackberry.

130 VOLNAY 1ER CRU, CLOS DES CHENES, DOM. MICHEL LAFARGE, 2008
(Côte d’Or, Burgundy) £125.00 (bottle)
Beautifully delineated aromatics and fruit are nicely framed by the clean, saline finish. This is an impeccable wine from Lafarge.

134 COTE ROTIE LA LONDONNE DOM. RENE ROSTAING, 2016
(Côte d’Rotie, Rhone, France) £160.00 (bottle)
“Subtle notes of baking spices frame hints of tea, olives and raspberries on the nose of the 2016 Côte Rôtie la Landonne. A paragon of elegance, it’s medium to full-bodied, but silky from start to lingering finish. It’s a wine that’s pretty much guaranteed to make even the steeliest curmudgeon smile, as it’s so bright, ephemeral and luscious.” Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

158 TENUTA SAN GUIDO SASSICAIA BOLGHERI, 2011
(Tuscany, Italy) £259.00 (bottle)
“Super Tuscans” were released to huge plaudits from across the industry and 2011 has produced a vintage that is in many cases just as fine – amongst the wines, Sassicaia has excelled. There is a nobility to the wine, with roasted herbs, plums, liquorice and just a touch of menthol.

122 La Fleur Petrus, 2010
(Pomerol, Bordeaux, France) £290.00 (bottle)
Full-bodied, extravagantly luscious, with a skyscraper-like mid-palate and phenomenal length of close to 50 seconds, the wine has plenty of tannin, but the voluptuous fruit, power and overall glycerin and intensity tend to conceal much of it. Elegant but compellingly rich and authoritative, the 2010 is a truly magnificent wine for this estate, which has one of the finest terroirs in all of Pomerol. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

Dessert Wines

200 CHÂTEAU BÉLINGARD RESERVE MONBAZILLAC
(Monbazillac, France) £4.00 (50ml) £25.00 (375ml bottle)
Peach, honey & pineapple. Not too cloying

202 ROYAL TOKAJI, 5 PUTTONYOS, BLUE LABEL, 2009
(Tokaji, Hungary) £38.00 (25cl bottle)

203 ROYAL TOKAJI, LATE HARVEST, 2016
(Tokaji, Hungary) £46.00 (50cl bottle)

201 STANTON & KILLEEN RUTHERGLEN MUSCAT
(Australia) £5.00 (50ml) £35.00 (375ml bottle)
Intense molasses. Ideal with chocolate, fruit puddings & Stilton!

205 CHÂTEAU FILHOT, 2011
(Sauternes, Bordeaux) £39.00 (37.5cl bottle)

All wines are also available at 125ml measure. Vintages are subject to change.