Wine List

WHITE WINE, by the glass and bottle


  1. Vignes d’Oc, Pays d’Oc. (D)       France, 2015

 glass,   125ml £3.95,  175ml  £5.25,   250ml  £7.75                                         B.  £22.00

Fresh and intense nose of white flesh fruits, exotic fruits and white flowers. Good balance on the palate with a fresh note on the finish and long lasting flavours of passionfruit and pear.


  1. Muscadet Sur Lie, Château de la Bigotiere. (D)        France, 2015

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                          B.  £24.50

This region poduces the best of sauvignon grape wines. This is bone dry with just a hint of apple. Deliciously fresh and rounded.


  1. Opawa, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough. (D)        New Zealand, 2015

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                          B.  £24.50

Lovely, fresh gooseberry Sauvignon from one of the best producers in Marlborough.


  1. Custoza, Val dei Molini. (M/D)        Italy, 2015                                              

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                          B.  £24.50

Delicious medium bodied dry white from the Sommacampagna region of Italy. This zingy wine has great depth and acidity with overtones of melon and lime.


  1. Rauen Riesling Trocken Mosel. (M)        Germany, 2014

 glass,    125ml £4.50,    175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                        B.  £24.50

This a lovely medium wine from the Mosel in Germany  – nice fruit and a scented bouquet  – ideal with fish and white meat and only 11.5% alcohol.


  1. Pinot Grigio, De Canal. (M/D)        Italy, 2015

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.50,   250ml  £8.50                                          B.  £24.00

Fruity and aromatic, this deliciously crisp, light and zingy wine shows refreshing apricot fruit flavours


     7. Rueda Verdejo, Vega De La Reina 13%. (MD)        Spain, 2014                                 

 glass,   125ml  £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                         B.  £24.50

Spanish and succulent – this has an individual flavour which goes well with or without food. Try it – you won’t be disappointed!


  1. Pinot Gris, Philippe Gocker, Alsace. (M)        France, 2014                                          

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                          B.  £24.50

Not to be confused with Pinot Griogio – despite being the same grape! Brilliant wine from Alsace in France – medium dry with lots of lucious fruit.


  1. Third Generation Chardonnay Nugen Estate, SA. (MD) Australia, 2014      

 glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £8.75                                          B.  £24.50

Don’t give up on Australian chardonnay just yet – just a hint of oak – so help is at hand with this distinctive wine bursting with superb fruit.


WHITE WINE, by the bottle


  1. Pewsey Vale, Eden Valley Riesling, SA. (D)          Australia, 2014           B.  £27.50

This excellent example of a New World Riesling is zesty with tropical fruit aromas and a crisp limey palate.


  1. Hautes Cotes de Beaune, Le Montbattois, Domain Dubois, Burgundy. (D) France, 2013           B.  £28.50                                                 

This wine has a firmness, tempered by the softness of Chardonnay. Its structure is both elegant and strong thanks to the lodging in new oak barrels. Nice gold colour. It is a structure and elegant wine. The first nose is citrus fruit and apples to evolve to honey and toasted nuts.


  1. Montagny, 1er Cru, Bouchard Pere & Fils Burgundy. France, 2013                  B.  £31.50                        

Smoky and elegant this wine is a favourite amongst fans of mineral-rich white Burgundy.

  1. Gavi, Valle Berta. (MD) Italy, 2014                                                    B.  £29.00

Made from the Italian Cortese grape, this ripe, crisp fulsome white is harvested late in the season to give even more intensity.


  1. Sancerre, Les Godons, Phillipe Raimbault, Loire. (D)             France, 2014               B.  £32.00                                                                                                                             

This famous white from the Loire Valley exhibits all that is inherent in making this a special dry wine.


  1. Sixteen Ridges, Bacchus, Worcestershire. (D)                     UK, 2015                     B.  £32.00

A dry wine with a crisp clean finish, aromas of crushed basil lift from the glass on pouring, with herbaceous sauvignon like gooseberry on the palate. A lovely example of a pure varietal Bacchus.


  1. Tiki Estate, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough. (D)              New Zealand, 2015                 B.  £37.75

Tiki estate grow their grapes sustainably under the Maori principles of kaitiakitanga – guardianship, protection and preservation of the earth which guide all vineyard-management decisions. Tropical flavours of passionfruit, grapefruit and citrus.

  1. Chablis, Le Verger, Alain Geoffroy, Burgundy. (D)               France, 2014             B.  £42.00

Everything you would want from a Chablis, clean and crisp, laced with flavour, minerality and a sandlewood scent that separates it from a mere chardonnay.


  1. Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru, Les Petits Clos. (D)     France, 2013               B.  £65.00

Rich and loaded with notes of apple, acacia blossoms, pears and citrus, all wrapped in a core of wonderful minerality. Made from 70-100 year old vines, this Morgeot Vieilles Vignes comes from the prized, limestone-rich “Vignes Blanches” portion of Morgeot, making it a perennial favorite of Burgundy enthusiasts.


ROSE, by the glass and bottle


  1. Louis Pinel, Cinsault, Domaines Barsalou, Languedoc. (D)          France, 2015                

 glass,  125ml £3.95,   175ml  £5.75,   250ml  £7.75                                           B.  £22.50

This very pale rose offers a fruity nose of strawberry and redcurrant, lightly spiced,  the aromatic and acidic mouth brings a sensation of freshness.

20. Chateau Paquette, Provence. France, 2015                                                 

glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £6.00,   250ml  £8.50                                            B. £24.00

A rose of pure finesse, intense yet fresh with plenty of fruit.


SPARKLING, by the glass and bottle


  1.  Jansz, Tasmania. Australia

 glass,   175ml £7.50                                                                                            B.  £27.00

Really scrumptuos Australian sparkling, made from a blend of several vintages.

  1.  Prosecco, Asolo Millesimo. (D) Italy 2013                                                                                                                                                                                                         glass,   175ml  £7.50,    glass of kir royal  £9.50                                                   £27.50

Fruity, light and bubbly! Why not try it as a glass with a dash of blackcurrant or raspberry  liquer.

  1. . Castell d’Olerdola. Spain

glass,  175ml  £6.00                                                                                             B.  £23.50

A dry pink Cava with great fruit.     


CHAMPAGNE, by the bottle    

  1. Ruffin N.V. France                                            B.  £45.50

This well known small producer makes a lovely more fuller flavoured Champagne.  

  1. Henriot, Brut Souverain N.V. France                              B.  £58.50

An unusual proportion of chardonnay gives this cuvee an original and racy profile, full of elegance, lightness and finesse, just as pleasant as an aperitif as throughout an entire meal.

  1. Pol Roger White Foil                                       B.  £75.00

The favourite champagne of Winston Churchill – seldom made an important decision without the help of a glass of this luscious wine.



Ruffin, N.V.                                                                                                              £25.50

Henriot, Brut Souverain, N.V.                                                                          £37.50


RED WINE, by the glass and bottle


  1. Vignes d’Oc, Pays d’Oc.        France, 2015

glass,   125ml £3.95,  175ml  £5.25,   250ml  £7.75                                           B.  £22.00

Intense nose with notes of red fruits combined with spices (caramel and vanilla). Round on the palate with soft tannins and a complex finish.


  1. Chateau Tour de Luchey, Bordeaux. France, 2015                                        

glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml  £5.50,   250ml  £7.50                                           B.  £24.00

So many of the ‘cheaper ‘ clarets are tannic and a wee bit thin. Not this one, round and full of fruit. Another good find from Panton’s.


  1. Moulin de Gassac, Pays d’Herault. France 2012                                   glass,   125ml £4.50,  175ml £5.75,   250ml £8.75                                              B.  £24.50

This Sothern French Shiraz/ Cinsault blend is rounded and full yet maintains a lovely freshness.


  1.  Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, DOCG Vandemmia. East Central Italy, 2015

glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml £5.75,   250ml £8.75                                             B.  £24.50

produced from Montepulciano grape in the central region around Pescara. Deep plum colour with spicey aromas. Medium bodied with a full finish.


  1. Carta Vieja, Merlot. Chile, 2014                                                         glass,   125ml £4.50,   175ml £5.75,    250ml £8.75                                            B.  £25.00

On the nose rich notes of plum and blackberries lifted by Chocolate and Mocha. Silky yet structured with concentrated fruit flavours.


  1. Ugarte Cosecha, Rioja. Spain, 2014

glass,  125ml £4.50   175ml £5.75   250ml £8.75                                                 B. £25.00

Cosecha is the basic grade for Rioja’s and this renowned red wine from Spain shows excellent depth and body.


RED WINE, by the bottle


  1.  Third Genaration Shiraz, Nugan Estate, SA. Australia, 2014         B.  £25.50

A family owned estate operated by the Nugan family for more than 70 years. Aged in oak for  several months, this  superb Aussie Shiraz has masses of juicy blackcurrant fruit and a charismatic, smooth, spicy and peppery finish.


  1.  Lamura, Nero D’Avola, Italy, 2013                                         B.  £25.75

Big, fruity and smashing. A full mouthful yet not too full bodied with hints of Mediterranean herbs.


  1.  Tiki Estate Pinot Noir, Otago. New Zealand, 2014                             £32.50                           

Named after a hand carved Maori treasure which bestows good fortune and love on others! Flavours of black cherries, wild herbs, dark plums and vanilla spice will make this a memorable wine.


  1.  Ritratti Pinot Nero, Trentino Doc. Italy, 2009                                    £32.00

A rich, robust  red from Trentino really offering a powerful red – ideal with any red meat or our cheese board.


  1. Sixteen Ridges Pinot Noir, Worcestershire. UK, 2014 B.   £32.00

A light bodied red with cherry, raspberry and earthy vanilla notes to the aroma and palate, with a subtle soft oak finish.


  1. Clos du Val, Zinfandel, California. USA, 2013 B.  £34.50

This Zinfandel is as good as ever. Tobacco and pepper aromas are flushed out on the palate by colour, texture and ripe fruit concentration.


  1. Cote de Brouilly, Domaine de Chateua de la Vallette, Jean Pierre Crispin, Beaujolais. France, 2012 B.  £34.00               From the heart of Beaujolais. This is an intense ruby red wine has clean red fruit flavours and refined, silky tannins.


  1. Maranges, Grand Vin, Le Goty, Santenay, Burgundy. France, 2012 B.  £38.50

Elegant yet emphatic Burgundy with a deep, fruity taste of plum and blackcurrants.


  1. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Chateau Fargueirol, Rhone. France, 2013 B.  £39.50                             

A Rhone classic without a doubt. Finding a Chateuneuf with any real bottle age these days is expensive but we think we’ve found one here that will not break the bank and is ready to drink.


  1. Massaya, Bekaa Valley. Lebanon   2012                                              B.  £39.50

Two nations – one wine. French wine makers in Lebanon blend Grenache, Cinsault, Cabernet sauvignon and Mourverde to produce a classic red wine.


  1.  Ripassa Superiore Valpolicella Classico, Zenato. Italy, 2011 £45.50

One of the great reds of the world. The fruity bouquet shows black cherries and prunes, as well as a hint of sweet spice. Full bodied and rich, the palate follows the nose.


  1. Ugarte, Crianza, Rioja. Spain, 2012 B.  £40.50

An estate bottled Crianza(2nd grade) from a old established vineyard. Great depth and character and will satisfy all lovers of this fine red wine from Cantabria in the north of Spain.


  1. Urbina, Rioja Gran Reserva. Spain, 1996                                 B.  £55.00                                                   

Chose Gran Reserva is the highest grade of Rioja’s. Choose one of these top Rioja’s and you will not be disappointed.


  1. Clos du Clocher, Pomerol. France, 2010               B.  £75.00

A firm nose, fine fruit, presented in a reserved style – good body on the palate and very appealing, fresh, lively flavours with some delicious dark fruit.


  1. 47. The Cigar, Yalumba Cabernet Sauvignon,       Australia, 2011                                B.  £40.00

The name reflects the shape of the vineyard!  Deep mellow tones of ripe fruit with a unique finish. Australia’s oldest  family owned vineyard.





France, Loire Valley

Pouilly-Fume, Phillipe Raimbaut, Les Lumeaux.       2013                            B.  £15.50

Near to Sancerre and has a distinct smokey sauvignon flavour.

France, Burgundy

Chablis, Le Verger, Alain Geoffroy, Burgundy.  (D)     2014                         B.  £22.00

Chardonnay grape as its best.


Soave Classico, Zenato. (D)       2013                                                                B.  £13.50




France, Beaujolais

Fleurie, P. Ferraud & Fils, Le Reposoir.       2011                                          B.  £12.50

Lovely gamay grape with some elegance.


Chianti Classico, Villa Cafaggio.          2012                                                    B.  £16.50

Great example of a Chianti.

France, Claret

Chateau Caronne Ste Gemme, Cru Bourgeois, Haut- Medoc.    2008          B.  £18.50


DESSERT WINE, by the glass and bottle 


  1.  Californian Orange Muscat. USA, 2013                                                             glass,  100ml £6.50                                                                                  375 ml  £22.00

A delicious late harvest wine made from orange muscat grapes that have been allowed to gather sweetness on the vine in the sun of the late Californian summer.


  1. Heggies Botrytis Riesling, Eden Valley. Australia, 2012  

glass,  100ml £6.50                                                                                  B.  375ml  £22.00

The noble rot (botrytis) intensifies the sweetness of this Riesling to make a really luscious wine.


  1. Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Perrin & Fils, Rhone. France, 2012                                                        glass 100ml  £6.50    



Chateau Haut Mayne, Sauternes.        France, 2011                                                  £27.50

Chateau Ladesvignes, Montbazilliac, Bergerac.        France, 2012                     £25.00