CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING WINES
1 South Sands Champagne Brut NV (Épernay, France) £10.00 (125ml) £50.00 (bottle)
2 Billecart Salmon, Brut NV Reserve (Épernay, France) £89.00 (bottle)
4 Gusbourne, Brut Reserve (Kent, England) £8.50 (125ml) £45.00 (bottle)
3 South Sands Prosecco, Extra dry (Prosecco, Italy) £7.80 (125ml) £39.50 (bottle)
10 Les Anges, Sauvignon Blanc (Loire, France) 8.00 (175ml) 10.00 (250ml) £27.00 (bottle)
So reminiscent of a scented Sancerre
11 South Sands White, Les Cépages de Sud, (South France) £6.00 (175ml) £8.50 (250ml) £23.50 (bottle)
Clean – unmistakeably French
13 Muscadet Côtes de Grand lieu sur lie, Clos de la Fine (Pay Nantais, France) £29.50 (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) £30.50 (bottle)
Very much a wood influenced White Burgundy style
17 South Sands Tenth Anniversary Sauvignon Blanc (Malborough, NZ) £9.00 (175ml) £11.00 (250ml) £31.00 (bottle)
Gooseberry – asparagus – elderflower…. and more
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
16 Fincher & Co, Sauvignon Blanc, (Malborough, New Zealand) £37.00 (bottle)
The epitome of a modern new world Sauvignon; restrained asparagus, elderflowe & lime.
18 Gavi di Gavi Conti Speroni (Piedmont, Italy) £42.00 (bottle)
From the unique low alpine region of Piedmont. Straw yellow and refreshing. Springtime blossom and green apples.
23 Pouilly-Fumé, Domaine Fine Cailottes, Jean Pabiot (Loire Valley, France) £45.00 (bottle)
Tight – refreshing – fragrant – perfect balance.
19 Kaltern Vial Sudtirol Weissburgunder Pinot Bianco DOC (Trentino Alto Adige, Italy) £48.00 (bottle)
This elegant Pinot Bianco with an expressive nose and flavours of peach, pear and ripe apples.
24 Chablis, Les Manants, Brochard (Chablis, Burgundy, France) £49.00 (bottle)
A pure and authentic wine vinified and aged to retain all its freshness and mineral character.
21 Alberiño Noelia Bebelia (Galicia, Spain) £50.00 (bottle)
Fresh elegant and full of fruit. From the maritime Galician region, great with grilled fish and shellfish.
39 Anjou Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Les Quarterons, Dom. Amirault (Loire, France) £53.00 (bottle)
Sixth generation family estate. Apples, melon and floral notes with long and supple finish.
40 Sancerre Domaine Crochet, 2019 (Sancerre, Loire, France) £54.00 (bottle)
Classic Loire Sauvignon Blanc, whilst exhuberant to start, with citrus flavours, there is excellent balance.
35 Pouilly-Fuiseé, Domaine Auvige, les Crays, 2017 (Mâconnais, France) £56.00 (bottle)
Jean Auvigue produces Pouilly Fuissé of the highest quality with vibrant Chardonnay fruit.
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) £68.00 (bottle)
Long and rich, with fruit flavours of lemon, apple and white blossom with distinctive mineral notes.
33 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru “Les Perrieres”, 2012 (Côtes d’Or, Burgundy, France) £129.00 (bottle)
This wine is complex and elegant with flavours of ripe apples and lemons, with a long after taste.
90 South Sands Rosé, Les Cépages de Sud (South France)
£6.00 (175ml ) £8.50 (250ml) £23.50 (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
RED WINES (175ml) (250ml) (bottle)
101 South Sands Red, Merlot (Chile) £6.00 (175ml) £8.50 (250ml) £23.50 (bottle)
Soft, ripe & generous – excellent allrounder
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) £29.00 (bottle)
Dark brooding dried fruit and welcome spice
106 Rioja Arjona Sin Crianza Bodegas Navajas (Spain) £8.00 (175ml) £10.50 (250ml) £29.00 (bottle)
Old fashioned Tempranillo enhanced by smokey oak
109 Organic Le Bio Balthazar Minervoise (Minervois, France) £30.00 (bottle)
80% Syrah, 20% Grenache. Rustic, earthy…. very French
103 Petite Immortelle, Côtes du Roussillon (Côtes du Roussillon, France) £35.00 (bottle)
The essence of Southern France – herbaceous culinary spice.
110 Pask Instinct, Vine Velvet, Pinot Noir (Malborough, New Zealand) £10.00 (175ml) £13.00 (250ml) £36.00 (bottle)
A fruit driven style Pinot Noir, with subtle spicy oak characters.
105 Gougenheim ‘Reserve’ Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina) £38.00 (bottle)
Deep purple, rich voluptuous perfumed damson & long, long finish
151 Chianti, La Pieve Chianti Vino Biologio (Tuscany, Italy) £40.00
Fresh and vibrant from the gentle rolling hills of Tuscany. Medium (bottle) bodied, an easy wine for your choice of meal.
107 Fleurie ‘Poncie’ Domaine Patrick Tranchard (Beaujolais, France) £45.00 (bottle)
Soft red berries, a gentle, easy drinking Fleurie, Crus du Beaujolais.
127 Château Bechereau, Lalande-de-Pomerol, 2016 (Pomerol, Bordeaux, France) £52.00 (bottle)
A classic, medium bodied claret with a good balance of black fruits, toasty notes and some sweet spice.
162 Ribera del Duero, Pesquera Crianza 2018 (Castilla y León, Spain) £55.00 (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) £58.00 (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, 2015 (Côte Chalonnaise, Burgundy, France) £60.00 (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.
126 Gassies Margaux, Château Rauzan, 2010 (Médoc, France) £72.00 (bottle)
From the outstanding 2010 vintage. Intense and seductive wines from the Margaux community.
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.
139 Santenay 1er Cru, Maladiere Dom. Prieur Brunet 2015 (Santenay, Côte d’Or, Burgundy) £76.00 (bottle)
The Maladiere plot in heart of the Santenay vineyards. A pale ruby colour, yet richly fragrant of cherry and violet.
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.
130 Volnay 1er Cru, Clos des Chenes, Dom. Michel Lafarge, 2008 (Volnay, 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.
200 Château Bélingard Reserve Monbazillac (Monbazillac, France) £4.00 (50ml) £25.00 (375ml bottle)
Peach, honey & pineapple. Not too cloying
201 Stanton & Killeen Rutherglen Muscat (Australia) £5.00 (50ml) £35.00 (375ml bottle)
Intense molasses. Ideal with chocolate, fruit puddings & Stilton!