Wine List

Our wine list offers a wide variety and choice with over 200 different wines stocked in our cellars. All our wines have been carefully selected to provide you with an excellent selection of quality wines. If you require assistance in choosing a wine, our restaurant team are always on hand to offer advice and help. Below is a sample copy of our wine list, which also details the wines which are available to buy by the glass.


Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Premier – £9.95 125ml, £59.00 bottle

Striking a perfect balance between youthfulness and maturity, seduction and character, freshness and vinosity. Its structured texture, richness, and length are distinctly winey. It is a full, complex wine that is both rich and powerful, whilst remaining a great classic.

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 2008 – £13.00 125ml, £75.00 bottle

The wine has fruity aromas of wild red berries, followed by floral notes, and the sugary and spicy fragrance of zest; and the aromas of dried fruit and cocoa result from the wine’s vinifying in oak tuns. Rich and full-bodied, the Rosé Vintage exalts the maturity of the fruit.

Prosecco, Carpene Malvolti, Italy NV – £8.00 125ml, £45.00 bottle

Creamy mousse. Light and delicate. With flavours of apples and pears.


Pinot Grigio Sachetto, Venezia Giulia, Italy 2014 – £5.00 175ml, £19.50 bottle

Fresh, fruity and dry with nice weight and a hint of spice and lemon on the finish.

Chenin Blanc, Saumur Blanc La Cabriole, Cave de Saumur 2014 – £6.50 175ml, £26.50 bottle

Aromas of honey and honeysuckle can be found on the nose, on the palate it is light, dry and crisp, with well balanced acidity and a long lingering finish of quince, melon and honeydew.

Sauvignon Blanc, Bishops Leap, Marlborough, New Zealand 2014 – £7.50 175ml, £32.50 bottle

Plenty of stalky, green earthy scents lead on to a fleshy, citrusy, flinty finish.

Riesling, Trimbach, Alsace, France 2012 – £7.00 175ml, £28.50 bottle

Elegant and classic with grapefruit and white peach on the nose fully integrated into a food-friendly structure. The drivers are minerality and a crisp lemony acid backbone leading in to a long finish.

Viognier “1753” Château de Campuget, Vin de Pays du Gard 2013 – £7.00 175ml, £28.50 bottle

It shows fresh honeysuckle and mineral aromas, with fine peach flavours and wonderful acidity on its long finish.

Petit Chablis “Special Cuvée” Domaine Jean Goulley, Burgundy, France 2014 – £8.50 175ml, £34.50 bottle

Very refined bouquet, developing citrus, white-fleshed fruit and floral notes. Fresh and supple, the wine is marked by mineral notes that are typical of the appellation.


Côtes de Provence La Vidaubanaise, France 2013 – £7.00 175ml, £28.50 bottle

Classic light pink in the glass. A light, bright nose of wild strawberries. Refreshing and smooth on the palate. Moreish finish.

Pinot Gris Rosé, Saint Clair, Marlborough, NZ 2012 – £7.50 175ml, £31.00 bottle

A fresh, appealing wine with flavours of cherry, strawberry and raspberry with cream tones


Merlot, Domaine des Pourthié, Pays d’Oc, Herault, France 2014 – £5.00 175ml, £19.50 bottle

A deep vibrant colour with sweet berry fruit on the nose and palate. A well structured wine with soft balanced tannins and a pleasantly long finish.

Chianti Classico Storie di Famiglia, Cecchi 2013 – £6.50 175ml, £26.50 bottle

Dark, richly coloured ruby/garnet. Perfumed nose of black cherry and spice with hints of wood smoke and tobacco. Full, ripe tannins, integrated acidity and a long finish.

Estate Malbec, Humberto Canale Patagonia, Argentina 2014 – £7.00 175ml, £28.50 bottle

A full bodied wine, with complex structure and surprising notes of red berries, eucalyptus, spice and black pepper.

Pinot Noir, Yealands Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand 2014 – £7.50 175ml, £31.00 bottle

A bright, ruby hued wine with aromas of black cherry, violets and savoury spice on the nose. A fleshy palate with notes of plum and spice, silky tannins and a firm finish.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Vellas, Valle Central, Chile 2014 – £6.50 175ml, £26.50 bottle

This Cabernet Sauvignon has a dense ruby red colour with dark hues. Intense aroma of fruits such as cassis and wild strawberries, accompanied by black cherries and some chocolate.

The Black Shiraz, Berton Vineyards, Australia 2014 – £8.00 175ml, £33.00 bottle

It displays vanilla, ripe plums and black cherries on the nose. The palate shows intense berry and rich fruit cake characters underpinned by layers of coffee and toasty oak.

Château Lestrille Capmartin 2009 – £9.00 175ml, £36.50 bottle

Medium-bodied and pleasing with freshness on the palate and high-quality tannins which are both velvety and powerful.

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Premier – £9.95 125ml, £29.50 half, £59.00 bottle, £135.00 magnum

Striking a perfect balance between youthfulness and maturity, seduction and character, freshness and vinosity. Its structured texture, richness, and length are distinctly winey. It is a full, complex wine that is both rich and powerful, whilst remaining a great classic.

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Rosé Vintage 2008 – £13.00 125ml, £75.00 bottle

The wine has fruity aromas of wild red berries, followed by floral notes, and the sugary and spicy fragrance of zest; and the aromas of dried fruit and cocoa result from the wine’s vinifying in oak tuns. Rich and full-bodied, the Rosé Vintage exalts the maturity of the fruit.

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Vintage 2008 – £89.00 bottle

The palate is characteristic of Louis Roederer’s vintages: the attack is ample and dense; a rich and winey fullness is refined by the sweetness, acidity and tight blend of the Pinot noir grapes of Verzenay. The ensemble is perfectly integrated into a subtle texture. Tasting reveals sparkling suggestions of candied fruits, almond paste, toast, white chocolate, and caramel.

Champagne Louis Roederer et Philippe Starck Brut Nature 2006/09 – £168.00 bottle

In the mouth, the wine is impressive: the palate is a rich array of flavours, youthful energy, and dynamism, with a wonderful blend and juxtaposition of acids, salinity, stones, fruit, and a creamy texture.

Champagne Louis Roederer Blanc de Blanc Vintage 2008/09 – £168.00 bottle

In the mouth, the attack is typically Chardonnay. it is smooth and delicate, and markedly sweet. Slightly sweetened floral notes and white fruit and dried fruit notes are combined with the almost chalky minerality. The texture has notes of sugared almond, a sensation that is strengthened by a soft effervescence that envelops the mouth.

Champagne Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2007 – £325.00 bottle

Cristal is a remarkably balanced and refined champagne whose length is inimitable. It has a silky texture and fruity aromas, complemented by a powerful mineral quality with white fruit and citrus notes. Cristal is a wine that keeps well: it can be conserved for over twenty years without losing its freshness and character.

C1. Taittinger Brut NV Reserve – £69.00

Clean and refreshing with persistent bubbles, gives many grand marques Champagnes a run for their money.

C2. Taittinger Brut Prestige Rosé – £85.00

Full fine mousse, good intensity, red berry fruit, finesse, power and a long finish. IWC 2014 Bronze Award winner.

C3. Taittinger Nocturne NV – £89.00

The nose is subtle and fresh, suggestive of the delightful aromas of white blossom and ripe fruit, with overtones of yellow peaches and dried apricots. The palate is soft and mellow and remains very fresh.

C4. Taittinger Prélude Grand Cru NV – £98.00

Composed of Chardonnay (50%) and Pinot Noir (50%). On the palate, this wine strikes the perfect balance of the instantly minerally Chardonnay and the strongly expressive Pinot Noir. The Prélude cuvée is unique for its remarkable youth and great wealth of flavours.

C5. Perrier Jouet, Grand Brut, Epernay NV – £75.00

Slightly tropical on the nose with lingering grapefruit and balanced acidity.

C7. Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Moet Hennessy NV – £89.00

Powerful white fruit and raisin finished with soft vanilla and brioche.

C8. Laurent Perrier Brut Rosé NV – £105.00

Made from 100% Pinot Noir. This is clean and wonderfully fresh with a suppleness on the palet and a lingering finish.

C9. Veuve Clicquot Ponssardin Rosé, Moet Hennessy NV – £98.00

This fine champagne displays raisin, vanilla and brioche together with toasty aromas from aging in the bottle.

C10. Bollinger Special Cuvée NV – £85.00

James Bond’s favourite. It also bears the royal warrant. Fresh yet creamy with some hints of toasted brioche.

C11. Krug, Grande Cuvée, Reims NV – £250.00

This famous champagne is blended from up to 50 different wines from 6-10 different years.

C12. Dom Perignon, Moet Hennessy 2004 – £265.00

Fresh, crystalline and sharp.

C13. Perrier Jouet ‘Belle Epoque’, Epernay 2006 – £220.00

Rich bouquet and flavour with honey and lemon combined with notes of white flowers and fresh fruits.

C14. Pol Roger, Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill, Epernay 2000 – £260.00

“In defeat I need it, in victory I deserve it” A quote borrowed by Winston Churchill from Napoleon, when commenting on his favourite champagne.

C15. Blanc des Blancs, Domaine Ruinart 1996 – £220.00

On the palate it is fresh, supple and rounded, developing fruity notes.

C21. Louis Roederer Estate Quartet Brut – £42.00

The Roederer Estate Brut is crisp and elegant with complex pear, spice and hazelnut flavours. It is fresh and lightly fruity with great finesse and depth of flavour.

C22. Louis Roederer Estate Quartet Brut Rosé – £52.00

The Roederer Estate Brut Rosé is full and round with smooth flavors and fine persistent bubbles. The extra measure of Chardonnay contributes elegance and austerity, which balance nicely with the delicate fruitiness of the Pinot Noir.

C23. Pinot Grigio Rose Spumante Blush, Italy NV – £32.00

Fine and continuous bubbles, the wine is fruity and appealing with a floral and fresh fruit bouquet and a lingering finish.

C24. Surgue Pierre, South Downs, England 2011 – £71.00

Full of red berry and summer fruits. A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

C26. Cuvee Alexander II, Abrou Durso, Krasnodar, Russia NV – £52.00

The nose shows a subtle combination of green apple, lime and mint, while the palate is fresh, harmonious and predominantly fruity, with a long and satisfying mineral finish.

C28. Black Queen Shiraz, Peter Lehmann, Barossa Valley, Australia 2008 – £43.00

Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of chocolate and dark cherry leading to an explosion of dark, exotic fruits on the palate.

C29. Pelorus, Cloudy Bay Marlborough, New Zealand NV – £63.00

Rich and complex aromas of brioche, nougat and almond biscotti and an overlying supple red apple. Deliciously creamy.


11. Riesling Reserve F.E. Trimbach, Alsace, France 2012 – £47.00

White flowers, lemon notes and minerality touch on the nose. Fresh and vibrant, grapefruit and citrus, white peach, this wine has a long finish which is a sign of a beautiful future for the wine.

12. Gewurztraminer Reserve, F.E Trimbach, Alsace, France 2007 – £53.00

The nose shows complex development as the primary lychee fruit segues into beeswax and camomile. In the palate there are lush lemons and mouthfilling grapiness, tropical fruit and a hint of smoke.


14. Cheverny Blanc, Domaine des Marnières 2014 – £33.00

Dry, fresh and distinctive, with notes of acacia flowers and citrus fruit. Fruity yet dynamic on the palate.

15. Menetou Salon Blanc Domaine du Chatenoy, Pierre Clément 2014 – £37.00

The palate is medium to light in body, dry and with good limey acidity that magnifies the citrus and mineral characters. Lengthy, clean and absolutely no oak on this 100% Sauvignon Blanc.

16. Sancerre, Domaine Millet 2014 – £41.00

This delightful, fragrant wine, has a vibrancy and a delicacy all of its own.

17. Pouilly Fumé Château de Tracy 2013 – £56.00

For the palate a lovely initial sensation, supple with a richness backed by an underlying lively acidity. The aromas of blackcurrant buds and lemon follow through on the palate to a persistant and intense finish.

18. Vouvray Sec, Sylvain Gaudron, Loire 2012 – £33.00

Widely regarded as the best producer of Vouvray in the world.


19. Château Lestrille Capmartin 2012 – £36.00

Beautifully balanced oak against a background of citrus and ginger.


21. Viognier 1753, Château de Campuget 2012 – £28.50

Shows citrus, floral aromas, with elegant, fresh flavours – a great summer accompaniment to salads and fish dishes.

22. Côtes du Rhône Blanc, Domaine de la Janasse 2014 – £36.50

Aromas of peach and apricot, excellent concentration on the palate with vibrant acidity, a full mouthfeel and refreshing acidity on the finish.

23. Châteauneuf du Pape, Château Fortia 2012 – £63.00

Medium bodied, well balanced, and smooth with hints of white pepper and a touch of minerality.

24. Condrieu Les Chaillets, Domaine Yves Cuilleron 2012 – £115.00

Powerful and pure wine. Complex nose composed of the typical aromas from the grape variety. (Apricot, violet) interlaid with mineral aromas from the terroir and the roasted ones from the maturing. Straight and slim on the palate with a velvety touch. Few sweet spices at the final.


25. Pacherenc Sec, Ode d’Aydie, Chateau d’Aydie 2014 – £32.50

The colour is bright yellow with silvery tints. The nose is powerful and complex with scents of lemon and grapefruit, harmoniously balanced by notes of vanilla and honey. This wine is both aromatic and structured.

26. Picpoul de Pinet, George Bertrand, Languedoc 2015 – £29.50

Elegant aromas of citrus, pear and white flowers, and a crisp, mineral palate ideally suited to seafood.


27. Petit Chablis “Special Cuvée” Domaine Jean Goulley, Burgundy, France 2012 – £34.50

Very refined bouquet, developing citrus, white-fleshed fruit and floral notes. Fresh and supple, the wine is marked by mineral notes that are typical of the appellation.

28. Petit Chablis ‘Pas si petit’, Chablisienne 2013 – £49.00

A step up from the straight Chablis. Complex fruit flavour of citrus, soft apple, melon and pear.

29. Chablis Grand Cru Bougros, Jean-Marc Brocard 2011 – £99.50

Typical of Grand Cru Bougros, this wine is always supple with a fresh style and a remarkably long finish.


33. Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Les Chevenottes’, Marc Morey 2010 – £145.00

Medium-bodied wine with excellent depth and amplitude minerality.

35. Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru, Vincent and Sophie Morey 2010 – £295.00

Deep nose combines ripe stone fruits, smoke and cloves. Rich layered and sweet.


36. Rully Blanc 1er Cru Gresigny, Paul and Marie Jacqueson 2012 – £59.50

Light lemon in colour, lemon, apples, with a silky mouth feel, quite a bit of oak and good concentration.


40. Pouilly Fuisse, Vieilles Vignes Vincent Girardin 2011 – £59.00

Dry with vibrant citrus, gooseberry and apple fruit flavours on the nose. Fairly rich and complex on the palate with subtle notes of gun flint.

41. Riesling, The Naked Grape, Germany 2012 – £36.00

White peach, pears and a tingle of spritz on a whistle-clean, nearly dry and modern take on Riesling.

42. Kaitui, Sauvignon Blanc, Shneider, Pfalz, Germany 2012 – £49.50

Citrus fruits, gooseberries, green grassy aroma, smoky spices and lots of citrus and tropical fruit on the palate.

43. Riesling Spatlese, Schloss Reicharthausen, Rheingau, Germany 2013 – £47.00

From a single vineyard on the banks of the Rhine, this complex Riesling offers aromas of red apple, dried stone fruit and warm minerals.

44. Grüner Veltliner, Rabl, Kamptal, Austria 2013 – £36.00

Lovely aromas of green apples and pears together with pepper, through to a mineral and spicy palate with great length.

45. ‘Johann’ Grüner Veltliner, Donabaum, Spitzer Valley, Austria 2014 – £42.50

It shows complex aromas of fresh apple and lemon, with hints of anise and menthol. The wine is dry, with a delicious mineral, white pepper bite on the finish.

46. Le Chasselas Selection, Domaine du Daley, Switzerland 2011 – £59.00

A delicate expression of Switzerland’s signature grape. Apple, lemon and pear aromas lead to a fine mineral palate.

47. Verdejo, Finca Montepedroso, Rueda 2013 – £37.00

A vivid expression of the Verdejo grape, with its characteristic notes of fennel, green apple, cut hay and peach.

48. Rioja Blanco Finca Alto Cantabria, Bodegas Valdemar 2013 – £36.50

A successful blend of modern fruit and traditional oak ageing: lemony, smoke and vanilla scented, with subtle aromas of peaches and apricot.

49. Albarino, Serra da Estrella, Rias Baixas 2014 – £39.00

This is a crisp, floral, peach scented white, with hints of white flowers and fresh apple. Perfect as an aperitif or with local fish dishes.

50. Quinta do Crasto Superior 2013 – £33.00

Very expressive aromas, displaying vibrant berry fruit notes perfectly combined with subtle hints of fresh spices. Charming on the palate. Berry fruit flavours, great volume, solid structure and velvety tannins. The finish is perfectly balanced, fresh and long.

51. Sauvignon Malvasia Il Pumo 2011 – £28.50

Aromatic on the nose with hints of peaches and fresh, green foiliage. If left to age the herbal notes become even more intense.

52. Chardonnay Tormaresca, Puglia, Antinori 2014 – £31.00

Here is a luminous and bright Chardonnay from Puglia with a pretty floral nose followed by white mineral and exotic fruit.

53. Pinot Grigio, Castel Firmian, Mezzacorona 2014 – £32.00

Very clean, nicely balanced Pinot Grigio, with a gentle floral aroma, good medium weight in the mouth.

54. Roero Arneis ‘Le Madri’, Michele Chiarlo, Piedmonte 2012 – £46.00

This Arneis is a fresh and elegant dry white wine with a silky texture, a fine balance and a delicate finish.

55. Gavi di Gavi, La Meirana, Bruno Broglia 2015 – £41.00

Acclaimed in Italy as being one of the best in its category. Made from 100% Cortese, medium body with lime green notes.

56. Verdeca, Falo, Puglia, San Marzano 2014 – £26.00

A wonderful, fresh, unoaked, white from Apulia’s native Verdeca grape variety. Subtle kiwi fruit and citrus aromas, with a delicately tropical palate.

57. Viognier PGI Epanomi, Domaine Gerovassiliou, Macedonia 2014 – £39.50

Intense gold in colour, it exhibits a fragrance of peaches, pears, and smoky accents to the finish.

58. Bacchus, Kenton Vineyard, Devon 2014 – £31.00

Made 100% from Bacchus grapes grown at the vineyard, this is a highly aromatic, slightly off dry wine with classic Bacchus elderflower notes.

59. Grace Koshu, Kayagatake 2011 – £44.00

Apple and pear aromas with a slight hint of smoke leading to a delightfully mineral palate, with fresh and incredibly clean acidity. A wonderful accompaniment to light starters.


60. White Viognier, Berton Vineyards 2013 – £28.50

A 100% Viognier. Floral and lime aroma.

61. ‘Contours’ Riesling, Pewsey Vale, Eden Valley 2007 – £53.00

A hint of toast overlies the still intense lime and citrus fruit. Citrus dominant, lime juice and marmalade and finishing with a crushed stone minerality.


62. Sauvignon Semillon, Madfish, Margaret River 2012 – £28.00

The juicy, pure fruit palate is underpinned by clean, driving acidity and layers of herbal and mineral nuances. It is succulent and textural, with impeccable length

63. Chardonnay Ad Hoc Hen And Chicken, Pemberton, Larry Cherubino Wines, Western Australia 2013 – £39.00

Aromas of melon, citrus and minerals, follow through on the palate. A creamy mouth feel, with a generous palate structure and a clean acid backbone.


64. Pinot Grigio, Devil’s Corner, Tamar Ridge 2013 – £39.50

Apple and pear fruit with some herbaceous character. Much more depth than most Italian growths.

65. Sauvignon Blanc, Bishops Leap, Marlborough 2013 – £32.50

Plenty of stalky, green earthy scents on to a fleshy, citrusy, flinty finish.

66. Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2014 – £37.00

A full, crisp and powerful wine showing intense flavours of passion fruit and blackcurrant, with underlying gooseberry tones.

67. Sauvignon Blanc, Craggy Range, Te Muna Marlborough 2013 – £49.50

Fresh aromatics of jasmine, sage, nectarine and lime. A textural wine on the palate with strong fruit flavours of apple and grilled pineapple ably supported by fresh acidity.

68. Sauvignon Blanc, Cloudy Bay, Marlborough 2014 – £65.00

Shows lifted notes of elderflower, green lime zest, and stone fruit. The palate is ripe, fine and succulent, offering zesty ripe citrus flavours with an edge of minerality.

69. Estate Chardonnay, Kumeu River, West Auckland 2013 – £59.00

Taut, intense, citrusy nose with toast and herb notes. The palate shows some sweet peachy characters plus intensely savoury citrus, toast and fig notes.

70. Chenin Blanc, Kanu, Stellenbosch, South Africa 2012 – £27.00

A rich, welcoming nose with tropical nuances, freshly quartered guavas and undertones of green nettle, underpinned by a lively acidity.

71. Chardonnay/Viognier, The Ruins, Robertson 2012 – £29.50

Lemony citrus notes from Chardonnay while the Viognier provides more peaches and apricot.

72. Sutherland Viognier Roussanne, Thelema, Western Cape, South Africa 2011 – £34.00

Sun-dried apricot, marzipan and rose petal aromas, with rosemary undertones. This wine is big with some prominent leesy, toasty notes among the fruit. The finish is clean, fresh and minerally and very long.

73. Professor Black Sauvignon Blanc, Warwick Estate 2010 – £38.50

The wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, pear, grapefruit, litchi and green fig flavours on the nose that carry through to the palate.

74. Riesling, Howard Booysen, Swartberg and Darling 2012 – £56.00

Very pale with lime and peach aromas, intense flavours of oranges, lime, white peaches and a hint of honey; very pure with a long dry finish. The very essence of Riesling.

75. Chardonnay, Hamilton Russell, Hemel-en-Aarde Valley 2012 – £55.00

An elegant and intense wine with a strong personality of both place and vintage.

76. Pinot Gris, Sainte Michelle, Washington State 2010 – £35.00

Fresh aromas of melon, apple and a hint of spice, with a drop of Viognier adding texture and an attractive floral character to the palate.

77. Viognier, Bogle Vineyards, California, 2013 – £43.00

Appetizing display of luscious aromas with fresh apricot and pear fruit tang on the palate.

78. Chardonnay, Far Niente, Napa Valley 2010 – £118.00

The entry is honeyed with ripe citrus, light melon and well-integrated nuttiness and a touch of mineral.

79. Torrontés, Finca La Colonia, Mendoza 2013 – £27.00

A sophisticated, dry, elegant rendition of this aromatic grape variety, combining minerality with white peach and floral notes such as rose and jasmine.

80. Chardonnay, Michel Torino, Cafayate, Mendoza 2012 – £29.00

Tropical fruit tones with hints of apple and pear with a clean, citrus, grapefruit finish.

82. Fume Blanc, Ciclos, Michel Torino, Cafayate, Mendoza 2013 – £37.00

Pink grapefruit scents and fresh grass notes.  Grapefruit notes become more pronounced in the mouth with an intense freshness sensation.

83. Chardonnay, Vina Edmara, Chile 2012 – £24.50

This lively young wine has vibrant flavour with luscious tropical notes.

85. Sauvignon Blanc, Los Vascos, Peralillo 2014 – £28.50

Remarkable aromatic expression in the bouquet with lemon, grapefruit and exotic fruit enhanced by the characteristic boxwood aroma of Sauvignon.

86. Sauvignon Gris, Cousiño-Macul, Maipo Valley 2010 – £34.00

It has the characteristics of its cousins but is somewhat more settled and spicy.

87. Cuvee Alexandre Chardonnay, Lapostolle, Casablanca Valley 2011 – £37.00

Intense fruit aromas of sweet citrus fruit, white flowers, fresh tropical fruits and sweet spices.

90. Comte de Provence Rosé, La Vidaubanaise 2013 – £28.50

Classic light pink in the glass. A light, bright nose of wild strawberries. Refreshing and smooth on the palate. Moreish finish.

91. Planeta Rosé IGT Sicilia, Planeta 2013 – £26.50

This wine has a light and attractive nose with notes of rose petals, pomegranate and strawberries. On the palate, the wine is silky smooth, light and fresh with no angularity and a beautiful finish.

92. Rosato di Toscana ‘Salta Grilli’, Castiglioni, Tuscany IGT 2011 – £36.00

Lucious strawberry and cream palate with a dry finish.

94. Blanc de Noir, Groot Constantia 2012 – £29.50

Attractive salmon pink blend made from 65% Merlot and 35% Cabernet Sauvignon. Delicious flavours of grapefruit, strawberries and red cherries.

96. Pinot Gris Rose, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2012 – £31.00

A fresh, appealing wine with flavours of cherry, strawberry and raspberry with cream tones.


101. Château les Ormes de Pez, Saint Estéphe 2007 – £75.00

Ruby colour with medium forming legs and aromas of oak, dusty, diacetyl (butter) and black currant. It’s somewhat balanced and has flavours of oak, blackcurrant and liquorice anise with a medium body. Leathery texture with a medium finish.

103. Château Cantemerle, 5e Cru, Macau, Haut Médoc 2010 – £115.00

Fifth Growth. Cinquime Grand Cru Classe in 1855. Indicative blend: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc.

104. Château Cissac, Haut Médoc 2010 – £65.00

Deep coloured with a nose of cooked fruits and fine oak. The palate is quite generous, with cassis and cedar notes, some dried tobacco and fine tannins.

105. Château Cantenac Brown, 3e Cru Margaux 2007 – £95.00

This classic wine is characterised by a great finesse, elegance and power. On the palate the wine has volume great depth and richness.

106. Château Brio de Cantenac, Margaux 2012 – £75.00

Deep and intense purple with violet tints. The noseshows red fruits, blackcurrant and mineral tones. The palate is medium bodied and fresh, with still youthful primary fruit flavours backed bysome cedary notes and full, ripe silky tannins.

107. Lacoste Borie, Pauillac 2007/08 – £72.00

A beautiful ruby red colour, has some very intense red berries aromas and spicy notes. In the mouth, we have a great aromatic attack, very fruity with ripe and silky tannins. This is a round, elegant and very “gourmand” wine.

108. Château Batailley, 5éme Grand Cru Classé, Pauillac 2010 – £105.00

It is deep, slightly smoky cassis fruit and a touch of violets, full rather meaty flavours, both roundness and depth from this very reliable château.

109. Château Pichon-Longueville, Baron de Pichon-Longueville, Pauillac 2007 – £190.00

Very deep colour. Ripe morello cherry and a candied touch on the nose. Refined, melted wood on the palate, lovely pure, fruit-driven expression, easy-drinking. A crunchy-style Pauillac.

110. Sarget de Gruaud Larose, Saint Julien 2005 – £85.00

The nose is exotic, floral and aromatic, with cassis and hints of  preserved plums and herbs. The high Merlot proportion (33%), which was so rich this vintage, gives the wine an extra roundness in 2005, while the finish is very pure, velvety and a long fruit and toasted oak finish.

111. Château Grand Puy Lacoste, Saint Julien 2007 – £125.00

It has a bright ruby red colour. On the nose, this wine presents a wonderful aromatic complexity with a touch of black berries and cherry aromas trimmed with spices, vanilla and liquorices. On the palate, this velvety, well concentrated wine shows a nice fruit extract. It is a very charming wine.

112. Château Léoville Barton, 2éme Cru Classé, Saint Julien 2009 – £195.00

A deep, dense wine, Château Léoville Barton’s 2009 massively concentrated with dark, hedgerow fruit and ripe, but refreshingly firm tannins. An earthy complexity and savoury hint of oak mingle with the fruit on the palate.

113. Château Léoville  Poyferré, Saint Julien 2011 – £75.00

The bouquet is one of the most opulent we experienced this year, laced with ripe black fruits. The palate is amazingly harmonious, with gorgeous integration between oak and fruit, and the purity and precision is awesome.


114. Château du Domaine de L’Eglise, Pomerol 2010 – £115.00

Deep colour with crimson highlights. Endearing nose with nicely pronounced red fruit and subtle, delicate oak. Rich, full mouth feel that retains freshness. Focused aromas and polished tannins.

116. Château Trotte Vielle, 1er Grand Cru Classé, St Emilion 2006 – £165.00

Inviting nose combining ripe black fruit and elegant oak. Ample palate with velvety tannins.


117. Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Maillard 2014 – £46.00

Light cherry and gamey note on the nose, with cherry cola, raspberries and just a little hint of earth on the palate.


118. Savigny les Beaune, Jean Jacques Girard 2009 – £94.00

A multitude of fresh red fruit, including raspberry and cherry on the nose, continue onto the palate, where the feel is light with silky tannins.

120. Chorey les Beaune, Tollot-Beaut 2012 – £68.50

A burst of cherry and spice flavours make this red attractive. This is straightforward, but balanced and firm, with a nice raspberry finish.


121. Volnay 1er Cru Clos des Chenes, Jean Marc Bouley 2009 – £128.00

Very Lifted and scented on the nose, good complexity, fresh balance with a lovely long finish.

122. Vosnes Romanée Vieilles Vignes, Domaine de Béllène 2010 – £112.00

Full of lovely fragrant red berry fruits. Underpinned by a serious textured structure. This is premier Cru quality.

124. Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru, Alain Michelot 2011 – £146.00

Powerful fruits with a big red flower. Beautiful definition with great structure and delicious red berries and currant.


126. Givry 1er Cru La Grande Berge, Desvignes 2008 – £54.00

Elegant aromas of black fruit, blueberries and smoke lead to a round, well balanced palate and a long poised finish.

127. Mercurey La Framboisière, Domaine Faveley 2012 – £56.00

Lives up to its name with pure, raspberry style that’s frightingly easy to drink. More elegant, strawberries and raspberries on the palate.


128. Macon Serrieres, Domaine Monterrain 2013 – £37.00

Light in colour and unoaked, the wine shows mineral, earthy cherries aromas, with a delicate, refreshing palate with enough acidity to pair well with both rich and creamy cheese.


129. Beaujolais-Villages, Château des Vierres 2012 – £33.50

Attractive cherry coloured wine with a bouquet of strawberry and blackcurrant. Smooth and well balanced.

130. Fleurie Vieilles Vignes, Potel Aviron 2012 – £44.00

Light garnet in colour, this wine smells of dark chocolate, exotic flower and mulberries. In the mouth the wine is soft and bright with excellent acidity.

131. Morgon, Jean Descombes 2012 – £39.00

Morgon is one of the ‘senior’ Beaujolais crus, and this is suitably grand, with concentrated black cherry fruit and notes of kirsch, red fruits, floral and violets.


132. Côtes du Rhône Rouge, Domaine de la Janasse 2013 – £43.00

Attractive black plum in colour. The nose offers gobs of jammy black fruits intermixed with a delicious spiciness. The body is equally full.

133. Gigondas, Les Reinages, Delas 2010 – £57.00

Grenache 80%, Syrah 20%.

134. Crozes Hermitage, Domaine des Grands Chemins, Delas 2002 – £59.00

Syrah is the main varietal grown, with Marsanne and Roussanne making up no more than 15%.

136. Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Château de Beaucastel 2004 – £165.00

The mouth is dense and supple, showing dark, velvety tannins and great structure.

137. Cote Rôtie, Domaine Jamet 1997 – £155.00

The spectacular aromatics consist of framboise, bacon fat, leather, coffee, pepper, and Asian spices. Full-bodied, with massive fruit saturation. A concentrated and rich wine.


138. Chinon, Maison Foucher 2013 – £29.00

A fruity and generous wine with aromas of woodland fruits, and subtle woody notes.

139. Sancerre La Croix du Roy, Lucien Crochet 2009 – £56.00

Aromas of cherry, strawberry, blackberry and some vanilla on the nose. Medium-bodied and silky on the palate, displaying red berry fruit mixed with savoury notes.


141. Château La Roca, Cotes de Roussillon 2010 – £28.50

Brilliantly ruby in colour, with a nose of ripe juicy red fruits, redcurrants, violets, herbs and vanilla.

142. Corbieres, Gerard Bertrand 2010 – £48.00

Deep ruby colour. Rich and concentrated with complex black fruit aromas. Complex bouquet resulting from the diversity and balance of the grape.

143. Minervois ‘Coup de Theatre’, Domaine La Rouviole 2009 – £43.50

Wonderful anise on the nose with ripe figs and plum fruit throughout.


144. Pinot Noir, Domaine de Valmoissine, Louis Latour 2012 – £35.00

Candied cherry fruits with a spicy perfume on the nose, a velvety textured palate brimming with ripe cherry and strawberry fruits laced with vanilla, leading to a rounded finish.

145. Pinot Noir Reserve. Oliver Zeter, Pfalz, Germany 2010 – £83.00

The palate is ripe and full but has a savoury edge to the fresh black cherry fruit as well has some mineral and tar notes.

146. Black Print Schneider, Pfalz, Germany 2012 – £72.00

Dark chocolate and spicy mineral componants on the palate, rich and elegant with fine spices and tannins.


147. Valpolicella Classico Superiore,Tedeschi, DOC 2014 – £28.50

Good body, good structure, well-balanced and harmonic structure. A long and present finish.

148. Pucino Refosco, Eugene Collavini, Friuli DOC 2013 – £32.50

Fruity notes of raspberries and blackberries reveals the ‘Pucino’ and convinces with its vinous, full flavour, sustainable nature and youthful freshness.

149. Campofiorin, Masi IGT 2012 – £36.00

Bright and intense on the nose with aromas of preserved cherries and dried plums together with hints of fruits of the forest and cinnamon.

151. Barolo Bussia, Prunotto DOCG 2006 – £142.00

Fine and racy fragrances with floral notes recalling rose petals, raspberry and sandalwood.


152. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Jorio, Umani Ronchi, Marche 2012 – £28.50

Pleasantly full-bodied and deep, with a finish of red fruits, liquorice and tobacco.

153. Sangiovese, Colli Pesaresi, Marche DOC 2013 – £37.50

The taste is full-bodied, dry, balanced, smooth, winy, rich in body and composition.

154. Chianti Classico Storie di Famiglia, Cecchi 2012 – £26.50

Dark, richly coloured ruby/garnet. Perfumed noseof black cherry and spice with hints of woodsmokeand tobacco. Full, ripe tannins, integrated acidityand a long finish.

155. Rosso di Montalcino, Argiano, Tuscany DOC 2012 – £54.00

Deep ruby red in colour. It is medium bodied with good concentration on the mid-palate. Elegant in the mouth.

156. Chianti Classico Riserva La Prima, Castello Vicchiomaggio DOCG 2011 – £95.00

The wine is massive, with the flavour of fresh cherries wrapped in bitter chocolate.

157. Brunello di Montalcino, Carpineto, DOCG 2011 – £82.00

The 2008 Brunello, whose colour is a typical deep ruby red with garnet hues, has an intricate and savoury nose, with brambly caressing fruit.

158. Guado al Tasso Bolgheri, Piero Antiniori DOCG 2009 – £138.00

Intense ruby colour. Intensely fruity, more of cherry than cassis, with hints of toast, coffee and dark chocolate.


159. Malvasia Nera, Falo, Puglia IGT 2013 – £36.50

Deep purple with violet-black reflections; intense and persistent aroma, fruity, with blackcurrant and wild fruit scent.

160. Primitivo, Manduria Reserva, 62 Aniversario Puglia IGT 2011 – £59.50

Made from 10% primitive. This wine has a deep, ruby red colour with nose of blackberry fruits and spices.

161. Tripudium, Carlo Pellegrino, Sicily IGT 2011 – £49.00

Nero d’Avola, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon with hints of ripe red fruits and notes of spices and wood.

162. Rioja Crianza, Quasar, Spain 2012 – £31.00

Spicy fruit aromas combined with typical notes of vanilla from oak ageing.

163. El Pajaro Rojo, Losada, Bierzo 2013 – £36.00

100% Mencia. Beautifully aromatic nose of juicy red fruits and the distinctive violet notes of the Mencia variety.

164. Rioja Reserva, Ondarre 2010 – £39.50

Made from 90% Tempranillo and 10% Graciano. Finely balanced with soft rounded tannins, a superb example.

165. Ars Macula, Tandem, Navarra 2006/10 – £46.00

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The nose reveals notes of cedar, smoke, clove, mineral, redcurrants and blackcurrants.

166. Rioja Gran Reserva, Marqués de Riscal 2005 – £68.00

Aromas of sun-dried fruit combine with hints of vanilla on the nose. Sweet and savoury sensations fill the mouth, leaving behind a touch of caramel and wild cherries on the finish. Velvety tannins add balance and texture.

167. Douro Reserva, Quinta do Crasto Reserva 2012 – £48.00

Intense and lifted complex aromas of spices. Great complexity. Impressive and elegant upfront, developing to a rich full and round palate, of great balance with integrated oak tannins with a great length of finish.

168. Douro Reserva, Quinta do Vallado, Douro Valley 2008 – £94.00

33% Touriga Francesca, 33% Tinto Roriz and 34% Touriga Nacional. Rich and full bodied with forward fruit flavours, excellent complexity and depth.

169. Xinomavro/Syrah, Axia, Alpha Estate 2009 – £37.00

Splendid, purple red colour. Complex, typical bouquet of spices (vanilla, pepper, clove), with hints of ripe blackberry. Full mouth, with vanilla.

170. Cabernet/Merlot, Quercus 2013 – £28.00

Fruity bouquet of blackcurrant, strawberry bush and plum, leading to a smooth, full-bodied palate with a long finish.

171. Reserve du Couvent, Chateau Ksara, Bekaa Valley 2011 – £33.50

A fruity and well rounded blend of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc that lends itself well to lamb and roast red meats.

172. Chateau Musar, Gaston Hochar, Bekka Valley 2007 – £69.00

Full bodied, very ripe fruit character and complex leather, musk and dried fruit notes. A favourite amongst sommeliers.

173. Cabernet d’Est, Changyu 2011 – £36.00

Attractive and typically Cabernet aromas of blackcurrants, currant leaf and mineral characterise the nose.


174. The Black Shiraz, Berton Vinyards 2014 – £33.00

It displays vanilla, ripe plums and black cherries on the nose. The palate shows intense berry and rich fruit cake characters.

175. Keyneton Estate Euphonium, Henschke 2013 – £65.00

Supple spice and a huge hit of juicy fresh fruit with a lingering finish of liquorice make this perfect for any red meat course.

176. The sticks and the Stones Tempranillo Blend, d’Arenberg 2010 – £42.00

Deep crimson, the bouquet delivers a pungfent blend of cassis and eucalyptus. The palate is full-bodied, rich and ripe with firm tannins.

179. VSV Orrock Shiraz, Peter Lehmann Barossa 2009 – £72.00

The initial arrival shows flavours of blueberry, tobacco, nutmeg and cranberry. The departure displays coriander, sage, vanilla pods and cinnamon. Unreserved a truly great example of the terroir.


181. Pinot Noir, Devil’s Corner, Tamar Ridge 2012 – £39.50

Soft and full of flavour this wine is showing upfront flavours of cherry supported by some savoury elements. The finish combines fine tannins and firm acidity but the overall impression is of soft lingering flavours.

182. Pinot Noir, Yealands Estate, Marlborough 2014 – £31.00

A bright, ruby hued wine with aromas of black cherry, violets and savoury spice on the nose. A fleshy palate with notes of plum and spice, silky tannins and a firm finish.

183. Merlot, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2013 – £38.00

A delicious Merlot with ripe blackberries and Black Doris plum along with rich Christmas cake spice. Smooth powdery tannin structure supports an elegant and stylish palate with well-balanced acidity and savoury finish.

184. Pinot Noir, Craggy Range, Calvert Vineyard, Martinborough 2011 – £85.00

Made by one of the top 50 world wine producers, worth every penny.

185. Te Mata Bullnose Syrah, Hawkes Bay 2010 – £87.00

Mouth-watering combination of blueberry compote and blackberry pie-filling with hints of cloves, moss covered bark, allspice, toast and aniseed, plus a whiff of white pepper.

186. Syrah, Château Sainte Michelle, Columbia Valley 2010 – £37.00

Soft jammy Syrah made in an approachable and fruit style. Syrah is blended with a touch of viognier.

187. Zinfandel, Sebastiani, Sonoma County, California 2013 – £33.50

Deep ruby in the glass with glints of violet. The nose is a juicy marriage of raspberry, cranberry, pomegranate, dark chocolate, vanilla and cedar.

188. Julia’s Vineyard Pinot Noir, Cambria, Santa Barbara, California 2011 – £60.50

Beautifully clean and acidic with light tannins. The palate reveals intriguing flavours of cherry, cola, plum and light spice.

189. Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Kanu Keystone, Stellenbosch 2011 – £33.00

A bouquet of black cherries, blackberries, cloves and allspice with a hint of cinnamon. Rich, juicy, ripe plum and almond on the complex palate.

190. Pinotage, Cloof Vineyards 2010 – £32.50

A sophisticated and elegant example of pinotage, aged in French oak.

191. The Very Sexy Shiraz, Cloof, Heaven Valley 2012 – £36.50

Aged in fine French oak with a luciously fruity taste.

192. Three Cape Ladies, Warwick Estate 2012 – £52.00

Luscious blend of Pinotage, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon with a dark fruit palate and spicy finish.

193. Trilogy, Warwick Estate 2009 – £61.00

64% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, 18% Merlot. Bordeaux in blend and most certainly in taste, fantastic.

194. Syrah/Mourvedre, Newton Johnson, Walker Bay 2006 – £48.50

Chemical medicinal note over blueberry spice. Chalky entry, grippy succulent acid, spice-clove and nutmeg. Lengthy.

195. Merlot Colección, Michel Torino, Cafayate 2014 – £26.50

Blackberry, cassis and dried fruit aromas with a velvety texture combined with a firm structure and a long ripe finish.

196. Estate Malbec, Humberto Canale Patagonia, Argentina 2013 – £28.50

A full bodied wine, with complex structure and surprising notes of red berries, eucalyptus, spice and black pepper.

197. Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Don David, Cafayate 2012 – £33.00

Beautiful aromas of nuts and spice. The palate is round with black fruit and a lingering peppered spice.

198. Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva, Amancaya, Mendoza 2010 – £43.50

Deep purple red color. In the nose the aromas of red and black fruits are appreciated, also blackcurrants and plums with a hint of vanilla and mocha.

200. Cabernet Sauvignon, Vellas, Valle Central, Chile 2014 – £26.50

This Cabernet Sauvignon has a dense ruby red colour with dark hues. Intense aroma of fruits such as cassis and wild strawberries, accompanied by black cherries and some chocolate.

201. Merlot Reserva, Gran Hacienda, Santa Rita 2012 – £29.00

Complex aroma that combines ripe black fruits and sweet plums, enhanced by vanilla and spice notes.

202. Carmenere, Secret de Viu Manent, Colchagua Valley 2013 – £28.50

Deep violet in colour. The nose reflects the personality and typicity of Carmenere, offering dark fruits, ripe plums, sweet spices and black pepper.

203. Cabernet Sauvignon Grande Reserva, Los Vascos 2012 – £39.50

Aged in new French oak barrel. The perfect alternative to a Bordeaux GC.

205. Encierra ‘Vineyard Reserva’, Colchagua Valley 2010 – £48.00

A complex blend of Cabernet, Syrah, Carmenere and Petit Verdot. A shining example of the potential of Chilean wine.


898. Champagne Taittinger Brut NV Reserve – £28.50

900. Moutard Grande Cuvée, Buxeuil NV – £25.00

901. Moutard Prestige Rosé, Buxeuil NV – £25.00


902. Sauvignon Blanc, Echeverria, Curico Valley, Chile 2012 – £14.50

903. Soave Classico, Vigneto Monte Tienda, Italy 2011 – £18.50

904. Chablis, Goulley, France 2011 – £21.50


905. Château de Laumerade Rosé, Provence, France 2011 – £21.50


906. Merlot, Echeverria, Molina, Curico Valley, Chile 2012 – £14.50

907. Côtes du Rhône, Les Vignes du Prince, France 2011 – £17.50

908. Chianti Classico DOCG, San Jacopo, Castello Vicchiomaggio, Italy 2010 – £21.50

210. Nivole Moscato d’Asti, Michele Chiarlo, Italy 2011 – £25.00

With a light frizz this Italian offers refreshing sensations of peach pear and pineapple.

211. Black Muscat, Elysium, Quady Winery, California 2011 – £29.50

Deep and dark on the eyes. It has a thick velvet syrupy texture and lovely cassis and dark fruit flavours.

212. Heggies Eden Valley Botrytis Riesling, Australia 2011 – £32.50

A bright green gold hue, with aromas reminiscent of glacé citrus, figs and pineapple overlain with a lifted white floral musk and apricot botrytis notes.

214. Deviation, Quady Winery 2009 – £52.00

Elegant and floral with a distinct rose petal punch and hints of elderflower.

215. Clos Daddy, Sauternes 2014 – £54.00

With rich peach and Victoria plum fruit accented by notes of honey, caramel and toast. The sweetness at the very start then gives way to a refreshing medium-dry finish.

216. Gold Diamond Vidal Ice Wine, Changyu, Liaoning 2009 – £69.50

A world-class ice wine of thrilling purity and intensity, offering aromas of pear, lychee and honey. The palate’s lusciousness is balanced by a keen citrus edge.

217. Royal Tokaji Aszu, Essencia 1995 – 500ml – £145.00

The intense sweetness is cut through with apple/quince acidity, which seizes the palate, almost stings, then hangs on and on with a flavour like baked Bramley apples.


P2. Fine Ruby – £35.50

P3. Late Bottled Vintage 2009 – £43.00

P4. 10 Year Old Tawny – £49.00

P5. 20 Year Old Tawny – £67.00

Sancerre, Domaine Bernard Fleuriet, Tradition Blanc, Loire Valley, France 2013 – Magnum (1.5L) – £130.00

Château Beau Site, Saint Estéphe, France 2009 – Magnum (1.5L) – £115.00

Château Meyney, Saint Estéphe, France 2004 – Double Magnum (3L) – £350.00

Château Grand Puy Lacoste, Saint Julien, France 2007 – Magnum (1.5L) – £235.00

Château Latour 1e Cru, Pauillac,  France 1993 – Double Magnum (3L) – £1900.00

Château Haut Bages Liberal, Pauillac, France 2003 – Double Magnum (3L) – £419.00

Château Dufort Viviens , Margaux, France 2008 – Magnum (1.5L) – £325.00

Gevrey Chambertin Roche de Bélléne, Burgundy, France 2012 – Double Magnum (3L) – £255.00

San Silvestro, Barolo »Patre »Piedmont, Italy 2010 – Magnum (1.5L) – £465.00

Carpineto, Dogajolo Rosso, Tuscany, Italy 2012 – Double Magnum (3L) – £95.00