The Wine List


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.


Pinot Grigio, Il Casone, Italy 2011 – £5.00 175ml, £19.00 bottle

Chenin Blanc, Kanu, Stellenbosch, South Africa 2012 – £6.00 175ml, £24.00 bottle

Sauvignon Blanc, Bishops Leap, Marlborough, New Zealand 2012 – £7.00 175ml, £28.00 bottle

Pinot Gris, Sainte Michelle, Washington State USA 2009 – £7.50 175ml, £30.00 bottle

Roero Arneis, Michele Chiarlo, Italy 2011 – £8.00 175ml, £32.00 bottle

Chablis, William Fevre, Burgundy 2011 – £10.00 175ml, £38.00 bottle


Chateau de Sours, Bordeaux, France 2011 – £6.50 175ml, £26.00 bottle

Pinot Gris Rose, Saint Clair, Marlborough, NZ 2011 – £7.50 175ml, £30.00 bottle


Merlot Raboso, Il Casone, Italy 2011 – £5.00 175ml,  £19.00 bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon, Vina Edmara, Central Valley, Chile 2011 – £6.00 175ml, £24.00 bottle

Malbec Reserve, Kaiken, Mendoza, Argentina 2010 – £7.00 175ml, £28.00 bottle

Pinot Noir, Tuatara Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand 2011 – £7.50 175ml, £30.00 bottle

Tempranillo, Running With The Bulls, Yalumba 2011 – £8.00 175ml, £32.00 bottle

The Black Shiraz, Berton Vineyards, Australia 2008 – £8.00 175ml, £32.00 bottle


C22. Pinot Grigio Rose Spumante Blush, Italy NV – £6.50 125ml, £32.00 bottle

C23. Prosecco, Carpene  Malvolti, Italy NV – £7.00 125ml, £35.00 bottle

C28. One Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Ara, Marlborough NV – £7.50 125ml, £35.00 bottle

C1. Moutard, Grande Cuvée Brut, Buxeuil NV – £9.50 125ml, £46.00 bottle


170. Nivole Moscato d’Asti, Michele Chiarlo, Italy 2011 – £8.50 125ml, £24.00 375ml bottle

175. La Fleur D’Or, Sauternes, France 2010 – £9.00 125ml, £49.00 bottle

172. Black Muscat, Elysium, Quady Winery, California 2011 – £9.50 125ml, £28.00 375ml bottle

171. Heggies Eden Valley Botrytis Riesling, Australia 2011 – £10.00 125ml, £29.00 375ml bottle


F4. Grahams LBV Port 2007 – £4.50 50ml,  £50.00 bottle

F5. Maury Aurelie, La Preceptorie, France 2009 – £4.50 50ml, £38.00 bottle

C1. Moutard, Grande Cuvée Brut, Buxeuil NV – £46.00 bottle

Moutard’s Brut Reserve is 100% Chardonnay, aged more than three years in caves.

C2. Moutard Prestige Rose, Buxeuil NV – £46.00 bottle

C3. Moutard Cuvée ‘6 cepages’, Buxeuil 2004 – £56.00

Made with six different grape varieties – chardonnay, pinot noir, pinot blanc, pinot meunier, arbane and petit meslier.

C4. Cordon Rouge, Mumm, Reims NV – £58.00 bottle

World Renowned for its presentation, Cordon Rouge consistently delivers a fruit driven champagne with a long finish.

C5. Perrier Jouet, Grand Brut, Epernay NV – £62.00 bottle

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

C6. Louis Roederer Brut Premier, Reims NV – £68.00 bottle

Very well structured  with a lively nature and smooth palate.

C7. Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin, Moet Hennessy NV – £68.00 bottle

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

C8. Laurent Perrier Brut Rose NV – £89.00 bottle

C8. Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin Rose, Moet Hennessy NV – £98.00 bottle

C9. Krug, Grande Cuvee, Reims NV – £190.00 bottle

C10. Dom Perignon, Moet Hennessy 2003 – £190.00 bottle

Fresh, crystalline and sharp

C11. Perrier Jouet ‘Belle Epoque’, Epernay 2004 – £190.00 bottle

C12. Pol Roger, Cuvee Sir Winston Churchill, Epernay 1998 – £175.00 bottle

C13. Blanc des Blancs, Domaine Ruinart 1996 – £190.00 bottle

C14. Louis Roederer Cristal, Reims 2004 – £320.00 bottle


C20. Chapel Down Brut, Devon NV – £42.00

It’s distinctively English in the best sense: crowd pleasing, dry but not acerbic


C21. Reserve de Sours Brut Rose, Chateau de Sours, Bordeaux NV – £32.00

Full of red Berry and Summer Fruits. A blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon


C22. Pinot Grigio Rose Spumante Blush, NV – £32.00

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

C23. Prosecco, Carpene Malvolti, NV – £35.00

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


C24. Cava Brut Reserva, Rene Barbier, NV – £28.00


C25. Cuvee Alexander II, Abrou Durso, Krasnodar NV – £39.00

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


C26. Moscato, Angas, Eden Valley NV – £29.00

Slightly sweet and zesty bursting with berry fruit and lemon flavours

C27. Black Queen Shiraz, Peter Lehmann, Barossa Valley 2007 – £36.00

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—a very special sparkling red for special celebrations


C27. One Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Ara, Marlborough NV – £35.00

There are tropical fruits and lemon on the nose, whilst the palate is zippy and zingy with the bubbles cleaning up the finish. There are no tricks with this, it’s fun and fruity and just wants to be a good drink, which it achieves


11. Pinot Blanc, Hugel et Fils 2009 – £33.00

Delicate, subtle and well built, it makes an excellent apéritif because, although nicely rounded, it is also refreshing

12. Gewurztraminer, Dopff au Moulin 2011 – £44.00

A spectacular alternative for those looking for an unheralded aromatic grape variety


13.  Muscadet de Sevre et Maine sur Lie, Château de Chasseloire 2011 – £29.00

14. Cheverny Blanc, Domaine des Marnieres 2011 – £29.00

15. Menetou Salon “In Poculis”, Olivier Thierraz 2009 – £34.00

Fresh tropical fruits aromas, Similar to Pouilly Fume in style but with more minerality

16. Sancerre, Domaine Serge Laloue 2009 – £44.00

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

17. Pouilly Fume les Berthiers, Domaine Dagueneau 2010 – £46.00

18. Vouvray Demi Sec, Domaine Huet 2000 – £52.00

Widely regarded as the best producer of Vouvray in the world


19. Château Lestrille Capmartin 2009 – £34.00

20. Château Baret Blanc, Pessac Léognan 2008 – £42.00

Nice and complex blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon. Kept in oak


21. Viognier de Campuget, Cuvée Prestige 2011 – £29.00

22. Côtes du Rhône, Domaine de la Bécassone 2010 – £35.00

40% Roussanne for maximum creaminess of style, with viognier and marsanne also included in the blend

23. Châteauneuf du Pape, Château Fortia 2009 – £55.00

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

24. Condrieu les Terrasses de L’Empire, Georges Verney 2009 – £75.00


25. Sauvignon, Reserve Saint Marc, Lanquedoc 2011 – £22.00

26.  Picpoul de Pinet, Beauvignac, Languedoc 2011 – £25.00

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


27. Chablis, William Fevre 2011 – £38.00

A very classy wine, with generous stone fruit flavours, minerals and a delightful freshness

28. Chablis 1er cru ‘Montmains’, Jean Goulley 2010 – £55.00

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

29. Chablis Grand Cru Bougros, Brocard 2009 – £69.00

Typical of Grand Cru Bougros, this wine is always supple with a fresh style and a remarkably long finish. Its rich mineral character is balanced with fruity aromas and a hint of honey


30. ‘Laforet’ Bourgogne Blanc, Joseph Drouhin 2010 – £35.00

Offers fantastic value for money

31. Santenay Blanc ‘Les Hates’, Rene Lequoin Colin 2007 – £48.00

Luscious honeyed fruit with a toasted oak finish

32. Puligny Montrachet Vieilles Vignes, Vincent Girardin 2008 – £76.00

33. Meursault, Tête de Cuvée, Verget 2010 – £76.00

34. Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Les Chevenottes’, Marc Morey 2006 – £98.00

35. Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru, Vincent Girardin 2008 – £110.00

36. Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru, Vincent and Sophie Morey 2008 – £220.00


37. Rully Blanc 1er Cru Gresigny, Paul and Marie Jacqueson 2010 – £49.00

Fresh and aromatic, plum and quince on the palate that is rich, supple and long


38. Macon Villages ‘Prestige’, Joseph Deshaires 2009 – £33.00

39. Macon Uchizy, Domaine Talmard 2010 – £38.00

Hazelnuts and lemon on the nose, full-bodied quite fat with layers of ripe fruit over the palate

40. Saint Veran ‘Terres des Pierres’, Verget 2010 – £45.00

Delicious melon fruit with hints of stone fruits and spice. Well balanced on the palate with a classy, lingering finish

41. Pouilly Fuisse, Vieilles Vignes Vincent Girardin 2009 – £48.00

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 on the long minerally finish

42. Riesling Kabinett, Schloss Johannisberger, Rheingau 2009 – £34.00

Medium white wine with a tropical fruit nose and a long spicy finish

43. Riesling Spatlese, Schloss Reicharthausen, Rheingau 2009 – £42.00

From a single vineyard on the banks of the Rhine, this complex Riesling offers aromas of red apple, dried stone fruit and warm minerals. Concentrated and layered in the mouth, with real backbone complementing the ripeness

44. ‘Johann’ Gruner Veltliner Federspiel, Donabaum, Spitzer Valley 2010 – £38.00

45. Le Chasselas Selection, Domaine du Daley 2009 – £39.00

A delicate expression of Switzerland’s signature grape, with apple, lemon and pear aromas leading to a fine, mineral palate

46. Greco, Feudo Dei Barone, Calabria 2011 – £29.00

47. Chardonnay Tormaresca, Puglia, Antinori 2011 – £29.00

48. Pinot Grigio, Castel Firmian, Mezzacorona 2011 – £30.00

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

49. Roero Arneis ‘Le Madri’, Michele Chiarlo, Piedmonte 2011 – £32.00

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

50. Gavi di Gavi, La Meirana, Bruno Broglia 2011 – £36.00

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

51. Est! Est!! Est!! Di Montefiascone, Falesco, Lazio 2010 – £38.00

50% Trebbiano, 30% Malvasia, 20% Roscetto. Fresh, structured white from this famous appellation, given extra depth by the 20% of flavoursome Roscetto; floral and fruity

52. Verdejo, Finca Montepedroso, Rueda 2010 – £32.00

A vivid expression of the Verdejo grape, with its characteristic notes of fennel, green apple, cut hay and peach, this wine is also imbued with an extra depth and richness in the mouth. A very satisfying, fuller-bodied style of Rueda

53. Rioja Blanco Finca Alto Cantabria, Bodegas Valdemar 2011 – £35.00

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

54. Albarino, Serra da Estrella, Rias Baixas 2011 – £36.00

55. Thalassitis, Santorini 2011 – £39.00               

From 100% Assyrtiko and centuries old vines, this complexed dry white has a slight salty edge drawn from morning sea mists making it a perfect match for fish courses

56. Grace Koshu, Kayagatake 2011 – £42.00

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


57. White Viognier, Berton Vineyards 2011 – £27.00

A 100% Viognier. Floral and lime aroma

58. Chardonnay, Peter Lehmann, Eden Valley 2011 – £30.00

59. ‘Contours’ Riesling, Pewsey Vale, Eden Valley 2006 – £38.00

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. Clean and dry with refreshing natural acidity


60. Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon, Vasse Felix, Margaret River 2010 – £39.00

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


61. Pinot Grigio, Tamar Ridge Devil’s Corner 2010 – £39.00

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

62. Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2012 – £36.00

63. Pinot Gris, Rockburn, Central Otaga 2011 – £39.00

Ripe peach, nectarine and Nashi pear aromas, heralding a vibrantly fruity off-dry palate. This combined with a very long, zesty finish complements rich or light seafood meals or most Asian-spiced cuisine

64. Sauvignon Blanc, Cloudy Bay, Marlborough 2011 – £42.00

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

65. Estate Chardonnay, Kumeu River, West Auckland 2008 – £58.00

Taut, intense, citrussy nose with toast and herb notes. The palate shows some sweet peachy characters plus intensely savoury citrus, toast and fig notes. Very crisp with high acidity and structured, pithy notes.

66. Pinot Gris, Sainte Michelle, Washington State 2009 – £30.00

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

67. Chardonnay, Far Niente, Napa Valley 2010 – £88.00

The entry is honeyed with ripe citrus, light melon and well-integrated nuttiness and a touch of mineral. A rich, full midpalate with balanced acidity draws out into a long finish. One of the best new world chardonnays

68. Chardonnay/Viognier, The Ruins, Robertson 2011 – £26.00

69. Sauvignon Blanc/Sémillon, Groot Constantia 2010 – £32.00

Unoaked 60/40 blend, nuances of tropical fruit

70. Professor Black Sauvignon Blanc, Warwick Estate 2010 – £38.00

The wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, pear, grapefruit, litchi and green fig flavours on the nose that carry through to the palette. The mouth feel is mineral, crisp yet rich, fruity and coats the pallet evenly resulting in a lingering finish.

71. Riesling, Howard Booysen, Swartberg and Darling 2010 – £40.00

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.

72. Chardonnay, Hamilton Russell, Hemel-en-Aarde Valley 2011 – £45.00

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

73. Torrontés, Finca La Colonia, Mendoza 2011 – £26.00

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

74. Chardonnay, Michel Torino, Cafayate, Mendoza 2010 – £28.00

75. Sauvignon Blanc, Chalten, Patagonia 2008 – £28.00

Well-balanced palate with notes of citrus and a light touch of vanilla from contact with American oak

76. Fume Blanc, Ciclos, Michel Torino, Cafayate, Mendoza 2011 – £34.00

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

77. Chardonnay, Vina Edmara, Chile 2011 – £24.00

78. Gewurtztraminer Reserva, Carmen, Casablanca Valley 2011 – £25.00

Wonderfully full aroma on the nose of orange peel and mandarin, mango, lychees,melon and Turkish delight. A fresh and complex palate with mineral notes adding a fresh, vibrant edge. A lovely rich, yet soft wine with a long finish

79. Sauvignon Blanc, Los Vascos, Peralillo 2011 – £26.00

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

80. Sauvignon Gris, Cousiño-Macul, Maipo Valley 2011 – £32.00

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

81. Cuvee Alexandre Chardonnay, Lapostolle, Casablanca Valley 2011 – £34.00

Intense fruit aromas of sweet citrus fruit, white flowers, fresh tropical fruits and sweet spices. Elegant and concentrated in the mouth, with a creamy texture balanced by a crisp citrussy edge

82. English Rose, Chapel Down, Kent 2010 – £35.00               

A bright nose of ripe strawberries and boiled sweets gives way to sweetened,  summery palate and a long, dry finish

83. Chateau de Sours, Bordeaux 2011 – £26.00

84. Château de L’Aumerade , Cotes de Provence “Cuvee Marie Christine” 2011 – £32.00

Refreshingly fruity bouquet with delicate white spice and mineral flavours on the palate, through to an elegant finish

85. Lagrein Rosato, Castel Firmian, Mezzacorona 2011 – £26.00

86. Rosato di Toscana ‘Salta Grilli’, Castiglioni 2010 – £35.00

Lucious strawcerry and cream palate with a dry finish

87. Blanc de Noir, Groot Constantia 2010 – £29.00

Attractive salmon pink blend made from 65% Merlot and 35% Cabernet Sauvignon. Delicious flavours of grape fruit, strawberries and red cherries with a balanced sweetness and a lively acidity

88. Cuma Malbec Rose Organic, Michel Torino 2010 – £26.00

Clean with a long sweet fruit (ripe black cherries or red grape) finish

89. Pinot Gris Rose, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2011 – £30.00

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


Château Lafite Rothschild 1er Cru, Pauilliac 1998 – £1950.00

Château Latour 1er Cru, Pauilliac 1997 – £595.00

Château Mouton Rothschild 1er Cru, Paulliac 1995 – £795.00

90. Château Beaumont, Haut Médoc 2003 – £49.00

91. Château Prieure Lichine, 4e cru  Margaux 2003 – £87.00

92. Château Beau-Site, Cru Bourgeois, St Estephe 2006 – £53.00

93. Haut Marbuzet, Grand Cru Bourgeois, St Estephe 2003 – £80.00

94. Château Langoa Barton, 3e  cru St Julien 2001 – £89.00

95. Château Cantenac Brown, 3e Cru Margaux 2004 – £95.00

96. Château Grande Puy Lacoste, Pauillac, 5e cru 1988 – £120.00

97. Reserve de la Comtesse, Grand Cru, Paulliac 2006 – £80.00

98. Château Cantemerle, 5e Cru, Macau 2000 – £79.00


99. Château Haut Bailly, Pessac Léognan 2000 – £118.00

100. Château Bahans Haut Brion 1998 – £210.00


101. Château du Domaine de L’Eglise 2007 – £85.00

102. Château la Fleur De Gay 1995 – £110.00

103. Château Cantelause 2000 – £82.00


104. Château Gaudet, Grand Cru, St Emilion 2000 – £80.00

105. Château Trottevielle, Grand Cru, St Emilion 2006 – £180.00


106. Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Roche de Bellene 2009 – £35.00


107. Savigny les Beaune, Jean Jacques Girard 2009 – £49.00

108. Santenay, Louis Latour 2009 – £56.00

109. Chorey les Beaune, Tollot – Beaut 2009 – £52.00

110. Volnay 1er Cru Clos des Chenes, Jean Marc Bouley, 2007 – £78.00


111. Vosnes Romanée Vieilles Vignes, Domaine de Bellene 2009 – £69.00

112. Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru, Alain Michelot 2009 – £118.00

113. Gevrey Chambertin, Domaine Marchand-Grillot 2008 – £75.00

114. Chambertin, Grand Cru, Jean Marc Trapet 1997 – £185.00


115. Givry 1er Cru La Grande Berge, Desvignes 2008 – £42.00

116. Mercurey La Framboisière, Domaine Faveley 2009 – £52.00


117. Macon Serrieres, Domaine Monterrain 2010 – £28.00

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


Perfect for those looking for a red fruit flavoured, light, well balanced wine. Can be served slightly chilled as a great accompaniment to seafood dishes

118. Beaujolais-Villages, Château des Vierres 2011 – £27.00

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

119. Fleurie Vieilles Vignes, Potel Aviron 2010 – £34.00

120. Morgon, Jean Descombes 2011 – £38.00

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. Excellent structure and good length


121. Cotes du Rhône Villages ‘Le Ponnant’, La Ferme du Mont 2010 – £33.00

122. Vacqueyras, Domaine de la Soleiade 2009 – £39.00

Lavender, spice box, tobacco leaf, jus de viande, licorice and kirsch notes emerge from this deep plum/ruby colored wine along with wonderful ripeness, admirable purity and a medium to full-bodied texture with no hard edges

123. Gigondas, Les Reinages, Delas 2004 – £53.00

Grenache 80%, Syrah 20% 

124. Crozes Hermitage, Domaine des Grands Chemins, Delas 2009 – £53.00

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

125. Châteauneuf du Pape Cuvee Barberini, Domaine de la Solitude 2005 – £68.00

126. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Château de Beaucastel 1999 – £95.00

127. Cote Rôtie, Domaine Jamet 1997 – £110.00

The spectacular aromatics consist of framboise, bacon fat, leather, coffee, pepper, and Asian spices. Full-bodied, with massive fruit saturation, this monster Cote Rotie is a concentrated and rich wine


128. Chinon, Maison Foucher 2010 – £28.00

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

129. Sancerre La Croix du Roy, Lucien Crochet 2008 – £54.00

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


130. Merlot, Domaine de Montmarin 2009 – £26.00

131. Château La Roca, Cotes de Roussillon 2009 – £28.00

132. Minervois ‘Coup de Theatre’, Domaine La Rouviole 2009 – £39.00

Wonderful Anise on the nose with ripe figs and plum fruit throughout


133. Pinot Noir, Domaine de Valmoissine, Louis Latour 2010 – £33.00

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


134. Valpolicella Classico Superiore,Tedeschi, DOC 2011 – £28.00

135. Pucino Refosco, Eugene Collavini, Friuli DOC 2009 – £30.00

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

136. Campofiorin, Masi IGT 2009 – £35.00

137. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, DOCG 2005 – £89.00

Amarone means bitter. The grapes are dried on the sun before the vinification

138. Barolo Bussia, Prunotto DOCG 2004 – £95.00


139. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, La Valentina DOC 2009 – £32.00

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

140. Sangiovese, Colli Pesaresi, Marche 2010 – £35.00

141. Chianti Classico, San Jacopo, Castello Vicchiomangio DOCG 2010 – £38.00

142. Rosso di Montalcino, Argiano, Tuscany 2010 – £42.00

143. Chianti Classico Riserva La Prima, Castello Vicchiomaggio DOCG 2008 – £66.00

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

144. Brunello di Montalcino, Carpineto, DOCG 2007 – £79.00

145. Guado al Tasso Bolgheri, Piero Antiniori DOCG 1999 – £135.00

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


146. Negroamaro, Lucarelli, Puglia IGT 2011 – £25.00

Modern style red wine, perfect with grilled or roast red meat

147. Primitivo, Barocco, Puglia IGT 2011 – £28.00

148. Tripudium, Carlo Pellegrino, Sicily 2009 – £43.00

Nero d’Avola, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon with hints of ripe red fruits and notes of spices and wood. Perfectly balanced ound and well balanced, persistent

149. Cabernet/Merlot, Quercus 2009 – £27.00

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

Spanish classification is based on the time the wine as been aged in oak and in bottle

150. Syrah, Casa del Valle, La Mancha 2007 – £27.00

151. Rioja Crianza, Quasar, Spain 2009 – £30.00

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

152. El Pajaro Rojo, Losada, Bierzo 2011 – £35.00

100% Mencia. Beautifully aromatic nose of juicy red fruits and the distinctive violet notes of the Mencía variety. The palate is full and fruit-driven, with lots of mineral lift. A really characterful expression of this unique grape

153. Rioja Reserva, Ondarre 2005 – £39.00

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

154. Ars Macula, Tandem, Navarra 2004 – £45.00

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The nose reveals notes of cedar, smoke, clove, mineral, red currants and black currants. Has a great flavour depth and matches perfectly with roast meats and game

155. Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Conca de Barbera, Catalonia 2007 – £48.00

Founded in 2007 as the result of a shared vision between two friends, they represent the exciting and visionary new generation of Spanish winemakers. Intense ruby colour, exquisite aromas of wild berries and spices over a rich background of leather and liquorice. The fruit, tannins and earthy notes stand out on the palate. The finish is smooth and elegant

156. Rioja Gran Reserva, Conde de Valdemar 2004 – £58.00

Two years in oak, then three years in bottle. 100% Tempranillo

157. Porto do Castelo, Enoforum, Alentejo 2010 – £23.00

Intense, vibrant red fruits – cherry, strawberry – and spices on the nose. Full-bodied yet easy-drinking, with a refreshing, moreish finish

158. Douro Reserva, Quinta do Vallado, Douro Valley 2006 – £64.00

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

159. Bogazkere, Yazgan 2011 – £29.00

Turkey’s indigenous Bogazkere grape gives a fragrant, elegant style of red wine not unlike Rhône Syrah: the nose is peppery, floral and slightly meaty, while the palate is medium-bodied and nicely balanced, finding a good blend of ripe fruit and finesse

160. Cabernet d’Est, Changyu 2010 – £35.00

Attractive and typically Cabernet aromas of blackcurrants, currant leaf and mineral characterise the nose. The palate is clean, stylish and medium-bodied, with a fine balance of freshness to depth. More than just a curiosity, this wine demonstrates that China is now ready to export!


161. Tempranillo, Running With The Bulls, Yalumba 2011 – £32.00

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

162. Cabernet Sauvignon, Berton Reserve, Coonawarra 2009 – £29.00

163. Bush Vine Grenache, Yalumba, Barossa 2009 – £32.00

Wrapped around a core of juicy redcurrant fruits, the palate combines layers of fleshy sweet flavours and a fine grained tannin finish. Smoothly balanced and eminently drinkable, this is a wine of medium weight but full on flavour

164. Merlot, Katnook Founders Block, Coonawarra 2008 – £35.00

165. McRae Wood Shiraz, Jim Barry, Clare Valley 2006 – £65.00

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


166. Cabernet Merlot, Vasse Felix, Margaret River 2009 – £36.00

Savoury regional characters of sweet paperbark with hints of nori give way to vibrant, red fruit aromas of Satsuma plum and candied raspberry. Dusty, textural tannins to bring the palate to a long, dry and earthy finish


167. Pinot Noir, Devil’s Corner, Tamar Ridge 2011 – £37.00

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

168. Pinot Noir, Tuatara Bay, Marlborough 2011 – £30.00

169. Merlot, Saint Clair, Marlborough 2010 – £37.00

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

170. Pinot Noir, Craggy Range, Calvert Vineyard 2007 – £65.00

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

171. Te Mata Bullnose Syrah, Hawkes Bay 2009 – £65.00

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

172. Syrah, Château Sainte Michelle, Columbia Valley 2009 – £32.00

173. Zinfandel Sebastiani, California 2009 – £33.00

174. Cabernet Sauvignon, Antica, Napa Valley 2007 – £75.00

Rich and concentrated with notes of blackcurrant, plum and black cherry. Toasty oak picks up hints of mocha and espresso. Well balanced, with a touch of mineral and rich concentrated fruit flavours

175. Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Kanu Keystone, Stellenbosch 2005 – £32.00

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

176. Pinotage, Cloof Vineyards 2009 – £32.00

A sophisticated and elegant example of pinotage, aged in French Oak

177. The Very Sexy Shiraz, Cloof, Heaven Valley 2010 – £34.00

Aged in fine French oak with a luciously fruity taste

178. Three Cape Ladies, Warwick Estate 2010 – £39.00

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

179. Trilogy, Warwick Estate 2008 – £44.00

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

180. Syrah/Mourvedre, Newton Johnson, Walker Bay 2006 – £48.00

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

181. Merlot Colección, Michel Torino, Cafayate 2011 – £25.00

182. Malbec Reserve, Kaiken, Mendoza 2010 – £28.00

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 that carry through to a lovely soft finish

183. Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Don David, Cafayate 2010 – £32.00

184. Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva, Amancaya, Mendoza 2010 – £38.00

Deep purple red color. In the nose the nose the aromas of red and black fruits are appreciated, also black currants and plums with a hint of vanilla and mocha. On the palate it has nice tannic texture, round and balanced. Notes of vanilla and mocha coming from the French oak. A combination from Barons de Rothschilds Lafite and Nicolas Cartena

185. Merlot Reserva, Gran Hacienda, Santa Rita 2010 – £28.00

186. Carmenere Reserva, Gran Hacienda, Santa Rita 2010 – £28.00

187. Character Syrah,  Haras de Pirque, Maipo Valley 2008 – £35.00

Red fruit and a touch of spice on the nose, with intense fruit flavours on the palate balanced with mineral and black pepper notes

188. Cabernet Sauvignon Grande Reserva, Los Vascos 2010 – £38.00

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

189. Encierra ‘Vineyard Reserva’, Colchagua Valley 2007 – £42.00

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

190. Nivole Moscato d’Asti, Michele Chiarlo, Italy 2011 – £24.00

191. Black Muscat, Elysium, Quady Winery, California 2011 – £28.00

192. Heggies Eden Valley Botrytis Riesling, Australia 2011 – £32.00

193. Noble One, Botrytis Semillon, Australia 2006 – £38.00

The new world alternative to Sauternes

194. Deviation, Quady Winery 2009 – £44.00

Elegant and floral with a distinct rose petal punch

195. La Fleur D’or, Sauternes 2010 750ml – £49.00

196. Gold Diamond Vidal Ice Wine, Changyu, Liaoning 2009 – £52.00

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, and the freshness of flavour carries through to a beautifully cleansing finish

197.Royal Tokaji Aszu, Essencia 1995 500ml – £140.00

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. Still to come, apricots, floral notes, butterscotch. Each sip reveals a world of flavours

F1. Taylors Vintage Port 1970 – £350.00

F2. Warre’s Vintage Port 1994 – £95.00

F3. Taylors Vintage Port 1997 – £95.00

F4. Taylors LBV Port 2007 – £50.00

F5. Maury “Aurélie”, La Préceptorie France 2009 – £38.00

A good alternative to Port, Vin doux naturel


201. Moutard Grande Cuvee, Buxeuil NV – £27.00

202. Moutard Prestige Rose, Buxeuil NV – £27.00


203. Sauvignon Blanc, Echeverria, Curico Valley, Chile 2011 – £14.00

204. Soave Classico, Vigneto Monte Tienda, Italy 2010 – £17.00

205. Chablis, Goulley, France 2010 – £19.00


206. Château de Laumerade Rose, Provence, France 2010 – £17.00


207. Merlot, Echeverria, Molina, Curico Valley Chile 2011 – £14.00

208. Côtes du Rhône, Les Vignes du Prince, France 2010 – £17.00

209. Chianti Classico DOCG, San Jacopo, Castello Vicchiomaggio, Italy 2010 – £19.00


Chardonnay 125, Julien Chivite, Spain 2000 – MAG – £130.00


Invitation Rose, Château Campuget, France 2009 – MAG – £46.00


Château Rauzan Gassies 2e Cru, Margaux 2000 – DMG – £475.00

Château Sociando Mallet, Haut Medoc 2000 – DMG – £450.00

Château Haut Batailley 5e Cru, Pauillac 1993 – DMG – £340.00

Château Pichon Baron 2e Cru, Pauillac – DMG – £685.00

Château Leoville Barton 2e Cru, St Julien, 1990 – DMG – £1100.00

Château Leoville-Poyferre 2e Cru, St Julien 2004 – DMG – £475.00

Château Latour 1e Cru, Pauillac 1993 – DMG – £1900.00

Prieurie Lichine 4e Cru, Margaux, 1990 – JBM – £875.00

Château Cissac, Haut Medoc 2005 – IMP – £420.00

Amarone Della Valpolicella, Masi ‘Costasera’ Piemonte, Italy 2007 – MAG – £150.00

Tignanello, Villa Antinori, Tuscany Italy 2008 – MAG – £195.00

Rioja Reserva, Conde Valdemar, Spain 2005 – MAG – £82.00

James Irvine Grand Merlot, Eden Valley, Australia 2003 – IMP – £595.00