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Wine List Index

We hope you enjoy our wine list; please don't hesitate to tell us what you think is missing or

what you thought about the wines you choose

2. Wine by the glass

3. Louis Roederer

4. Champagne

5. Champagne Rose

6. Sparkling Wine

7. White Burgundy

8. White Burgundy - Chablis

9. Loire Valley

10. Chardonnay

11. Sauvignon Blanc

12. Reisling, Viognier, Chenin Blanc, Gruner Veltiner

13. Great wines from lesser known grapes

14. Rose

15. Red Bordeaux - Fine Claret

16. Red Bordeaux - Fine Claret

17. Red Burgundy

18. Southern Rhone

19. Northern Rhone

20. Beaujolais and the fruity ones

21. Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc

22. Merlot

23. Pinot Noir

24. Syrah/Shiraz

25. Tempranillo and Spanish styles

26. Sangiovese and all things Italian

27. Wines for the adventurous

28. Wines for the adventurous

29. Dessert Wines

30. Magnum, Jeroboam & Rehoboam

31. Half Bottles

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Wines by the glass

Year

Bottle

Half

Glass 175ml

Champagne

460

Louis Roederer Brut

NV

62.50

35.00

12.50

Reims, France

(125ml)

All still wines are offered for sale within these premises in quantites of 175ml but are available

to purchase in 125ml quantities upon request

White

4

Pinot Grigio, Palazzo Grimani

2014

25.50

12.75*

6.85

Venezie, Italy

8

Sauvignon Blanc, Falconhead

2014

30.00

15.50*

8.05

Marlborough, New Zealand

30

Chablis, Domaine Vrignaud

2013/14

37.75

19.95*

9.85

Burgundy, France (100% Chardonnay)

3

Sancerre, Fournier Pere et Fils

2013

39.50

20.75*

10.10

Loire Valley, France (100% Sauvignon)

22

Chardonnay, Casa Silva

2013

25.50

13.50*

6.85

Colchagua Valley, Chile

Rose

60

Shiraz and Merlot, 'Chameleon'

2013/14

25.50

13.50*

6.85

Jordon Vineyard, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Red

106

Pinot Noir, Tindall

2013

36.00

18.75*

9.60

Marlborough, New Zealand

182

Rioja Crianza, Bodegas del Medievo

2011

29.50

15.50*

7.95

Rioja, Spain

163

Shiraz, 16 Stops

2013

25.50

13.75*

6.85

McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, Australia

164

Merlot, Roundhill

2011

29.50

15.50*

7.95

Napa Valley, USA

170

Malbec, Lagarde

2013

29.50

15.50*

7.95

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Louis Roederer

Founded in 1776, and the property of the same family since 1819, Louis Roederer is today

one of the last major Champagne houses to be an independent family affair run by real

wine specialists. These characteristics enable the company to concentrate on top quality,

rather than maximum profitability

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Bottle

460

Brut Premier

NV

62.50

35.00

12% A superb wine from an exceptional producer. Created from the Half Bottle wines of a minimum of four different vintages. Perfect balance and a

rich fruity style, with a suprising depth of flavour. Medium bodied

461

Vintage Rose

2009

92.50

12% Brut Rose vintage is celebrated for its delicate flavour and excellent balance. It is produced by traditional maceration process which creates the wines subtle colour by leaving the wine in contact with the skins of black grapes for the first few hours of initial fermentation.

462

Carte Blanche Demi-Sec

NV

62.50

12% Offers intense floral tones, notes of ripe sweet fruits and warm sugared almonds. Rich, creamy texture with great length but without being heavy.

463

Vintage

2007

85.00

12% An intense and powerful wine demonstrating great aromatic evolution. It is a real cocktail of dried fruit, spices and ripe fruit. The texture is full, generous and warm due to this year of heat!

466

Blanc De Blancs

2008

105.00

12% The Blanc de Blancs vintage is only produced in small quantities because it is created exclusively from a selection of the finest crus from the Louis Roederer vineyard in the Cote des Blancs. Flavours of citrus and fresh fruit with warm aromas of honey.

464

Cristal

2006

240.00

490.00

12% Created in 1876, for Tsar Alexander II who was already a great fan Magnum of Louis Roederer Champagne, he asked Louis to go one step further

and produce for his own personal consumption, a unique wine in a quality bottle. This wine is only produced in "great years". Lovely, seductively soft mousse, and the most amazing finesse.

465

Cristal Rose

2002

485.00

12% A salmon pink hue, with radient highlights and incredible youth. A regular, refined and lively effervescence. An intense, rich, bewitching bouquet of red fruit and citrus zest associated with more complex notes redolent of cedar and spring sap.

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Champagne

We love Champagne - no we ADORE Champagne! From its beginnings in the court of

King James (according to research, THE BRITS actually invented the stuff), Champagne

was heralded as a luxury wine, fit to grace the highest tables and compliment the finest

cuisine, saying that, it's also rather good with simple fish and chips! Made from a blend

of the red Pinots (Noir and Meunier) and the white Chardonnay, fermented first to make

a still crisp wine and then double fermented in the bottle in which it is served. The art

is in the initial blending and the final process of ridding the wine of sediment.

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Bottle

443

Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial

NV

62.50

12% Has for many years been the worlds best selling non-vintage Champagne and is consistently soft, fresh and very well balanced

444

Bollinger Special Cuvee Brut

NV

70.00

38.50

12% A blend par, excellence; Special Cuvee is the purest expression Half of Bollinger's house style. Its biscuity nose is endowed with hints of white

fruit and the rich, full-bodied palate is perfectly balanced by fresh acidity and a soft, delicate mousse.

449

Pol Roger White Foil

NV

65.00

12.5% Attractive nose of delicate flowers and brioche. You'll be pushed to find anything more classy at this price. After all, it was Winston Churchill's favourite Champagne house.

453

Dom Perignon

2004

145.00

12.5% Dom Perignon longed to produce the "best wine in the world" and there is much written testimoney to the success of Dom Perignon's. This wine is full of life, with a fresh nose that dances through a spiral of aromas, blending hints of angelica, dried flowers, pineapple and coconut.

456

Laurent Perrier Brut

NV

62.50

12% Still the largest independent family owned and run Grande Marque Champagne house. By careful selection of grapes together with modern technology and slow maturation afterwards in their cellars, Laurent Perrier Brut offers consistanty good quality. A fresh style that is not too dry and can be enjoyed anytime, with or without food.

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Champagne - Rose

The rose wines of Champagne are produced either by leaving the clear juice of black

grapes to macerate on its skins for a brief time or, more commonly by adding a small

amount of still Pinot Noir red wine to the sparkling wine cuvee. Rose Champagne is one

of the few wines that allows the production of Rose by the addition of red wine. This

ensures a predictable and reproducible colour from year to year. Due to the

comparatively high risk and cost of using the saignee or 'skin contact only' technique

there are very few producers who habitually do not add any additional red wine. These

include Laurent Perrier and Louis Roederer.

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Bottle

457

Gardet Brut Rose

NV

65.00

Chigny-les-Roses.

12% Sensual, delicate champagne, tender and restrained.

This is a fruity, balanced rosé with a moderately deep, soft peach-pink colour.

458

Laurent Perrier Rose Reserve

NV

80.00

12% Salmon-pink in colour. Precise and very crisp with a lasting impression of freshness, it has hints of soft red fruits, such as strawberries, redcurrants and black cherries. It has great length and is rounded and supple on the finish. Its popularity speaks volumes!

461

Louis Roederer Brut Rose

2009

92.50

12% Brut Rose vintage is celebrated for its delicate flavour and excellent balance. It is produced by traditional maceration process which creates the wines subtle colour by leaving the grape in contact with the skins of black grapes for the first few hours of initial fermentation.

465

Cristal Rose

2002

485.00

12% A salmon pink hue, with radient highlights and incredible youth. A regular, refined and lively effervescence. An intense, rich, bewitching bouquet of red fruit and citrus zest associated with more complex notes redolent of cedar and spring sap.

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Sparkling Wine

Many years ago we thought of sparkling wine as simply 'a poor mans Champagne'. No

longer! Often made the same way as Champagne, using the same grapes and process,

the quality of these wines have risen dramatically. England has staked its claim to be

central to this continuing success as the south of England shares the same climate and

soil as our more illustrious French cousins.

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Bottle

440

Prosecco

NV

29.50

Frassinelli, Italy

11% Crisp, dry and refreshing - a great alternative to Champagne

441

Prosecco Rose

NV

29.50

Frassinelli, Italy

11.5% Dry rose with a delicate return of fruit in the mouth, fresh and well-balanced

446

Furleigh Estate

NV

60.00

Classic Cuvee, England

A fantastic find. A small, 40 acre vineyard and a magnificent alternative to good quality Champagne, in fact we defy you to notice the difference. English sparkling wine is on the march!

448

Sumarroca Brut, Cava

NV

27.50

Cava region, Spain

11.5% A bit lemony on the nose with some butter. Slow fermented and bottle aged gives an elegant, well balanced wine

470

Sumarroca Brut, Cava Rose

NV

27.50

Cava region, Spain

11.5% This spanish sparkling wine is crisp and fruity with a well-balanced finish

471

Cloudy Bay, Pelorus

NV

45.00

Marlborough, New Zealand

12.5% A classic blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and apparently named after a dolphin Pelorus Jack from Cook Strait which used to guide the ships

As always, this is a beautifully framed méthode traditionnelle with complex aromas of yeast, citrus, white peach and mushroom. The palate is refined and flowing € with silky texture and a lingering crisp finish.

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White Burgundy

Some of the most famous wines are produced here - most commonly white wines which

are made from Chardonnay grapes. Chardonnay-dominated Chablis is formally part of

the Burgundy region, but wines from the sub region are usually referred to by their own

name rather than 'burgundy wines'.

(Love white Burgundy? There are some Chablis' over the page!)

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Bottle

17

Macon Davaye, Domaine de la Croix Senaillet

2014

34.50

Burgundy, France

13% Clean lines with zesty lemon and grapefruit flavours. Has a long lasting crisp finish. Located in the heart of the Maconnais Cru area of Burgundy, this winery is run by brothers Stephane and Richard Martin. After being trained by their father the two brothers have created some beautiful and unique wines.

18

Saint Aubin 1er Cru,

2011

55.00

Domaine Fernard and Laurent Pillot

Burgundy, France

13% Bright and lively, green fruit freshness. From a vineyard with very white limestone soils filled with clam shell fossils. Strikingly bright and vivid.

23

Saint Veran, Domaine Michel Chavet & Fils

2013

31.75

Burgundy, France

13% (100% Chardonnay) 10 hectares in Davaye, at the foot of the Rock of Soultre. Christophe Chavet is the sixth generation of this family to run the domaine. The wine is light and clean with excellent intensity.

24

Rully, Domaine Vincent Dureuil-Janthial

2012

49.50

Burgundy, France

13% Mr Dureil is regarded by his peers as the best Rully. His deep, cold cellars allow the wine-making process to take longer than the usual thus imparting a great richness and complexity in the wine.

297

Puligny-Montrachet, Bernard Moreau et Fils

2012

70.00

Burgundy, France

13.5% Full bodied and rich, but still crisp with freshness throughout. A touch of barrel aging balances the oaky tones.

291

Bourgogne, La Tufera, Etienne Sauzet

2009

49.50

Burgundy, France

12.5%. The nose is all citrus to start and then broadens out to apples and pears. This follows on the palate, with citrus, green apple and a touch of vanilla from the subtle oak. Attractive and well balanced with a firm acidity.

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White Burgundy (continued)

295

Chassagne Montrachet, Morgeot 1er Cru,

2011/12

75.00

Fernand Pillot

Burgundy, France

13.5% Powerful and richly concentrated Chardonnay fruit with an almost flinty, chalky dryness; an intense and stylish dry white Burgundy.

296

Meursault, Les Narvaux, Domaine Ballot Millot

2011

75.00

Burgundy, France

Young Charles Ballot is a winemaking genius, his deft hand is responsible for this knockout wine, sumptuous waves of ever changing, subtle fruit and a fresh, minerally acidity in perfect balance.

White Burgundy - Chablis

Among wine jokes, the one where someone says they don't like Chardonnay but love

Chablis, has to be one of the classics, over used as it may be.

Chablis is the northern most district of the French wine region of Burgundy - so far north

in fact that it is closer to Champagne than the most of Burgundy.

Chablis wine is made, surprise-surprise, from 100% Chardonnay. Whatever you may think

of the joke, you can argue that it reflects a popular perception of Chardonnay as being

very oaky, in contrast with Chablis which represents a light, elegant style of Chardonnay.

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Bottle

30

Chablis, Domaine Vrignaud

2013

37.75

19.95

Chablis, France

Half

12.5% This family have been quietly tending their vines and producing fine subtle wines for 5 generations. Lean and minerally.

231

Chablis 1er Cru, Domaine Bernard Defaix

2013

45.00

Chablis, France

13% Didier, son of Bernard, crafts some of the most mineral, vibrant, classic Chablis' around and this Premier Cru oozes class, with a delicious and persistant "oyster shell" dryness

232

Chablis Grand Cru, Blanchots, Jean Paul Droin

2011

80.00

Chablis, France

Son Benoit heads up the stellar team now and the wines are world class. We think, in fact, currently the top producer in Chablis. The wines just sing, I could wax lyrical but will just say, treat yourself and

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Loire Valley

Located in central France with the Loire running through it. Loire wines tend to exhibit

fresh fruit and crisp citrus flavours. Sauvignon Blanc is the famous grape in this region,

as well as strong usage of Chenin Blanc, Melon de Bourgogne and Pinot Gris also shine.

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Bottle

2

Pouilly Fume, 'Les Millettes' Fournier Pere et Fils

2013

39.00

Loire, France

12.5% A classic fume wine, smoky, gunflint nuances with nettle hints and a ripe, rounded freshness gives this elegant wine depth and lasting flavour.

3

Sancerre, Fournier Pere et Fils

2013

39.50

20.50

Loire, France

Half

12.5% This is what the new world aspires to! Rich, fresh and full of opulent fruit.

5

Sancerre 'La Bourgeoise' Vieilles Vignes

2010

67.50

Loire, France

13% One of the best wines on the wine list!! Brilliant combination of crisp mineral tones with smooth fruity flavours. Being fermented in oak gives this wine a creamy texture and long finish.

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Reuilly, Pierre Plates

2012

36.50

Loire, France

12.5% Another stunning example of how good Sauvignon Blanc is from the Loire. The small village of Reuilly more than holds its own against its more famous neighbour. Try this for a change.

41

Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sur Lie

2010

27.50

14.95

Chateau de Chasseloir, Loire, France

Half

12% Brilliant full dry rich Muscadet, bottled off the lees to hold maximum character. Perfect with seafood especially shellfish.

48

Vouvray Sec, Domaine Vigneau-Chevreau

2013/14

40.00

Loire, France

12% This single, walled (clos) vineyard produces Chenin Blanc of stellar quality. Ripe mouthfilling fruit with a whiff of honey and lipsmacking, searing acidity. Dare we say sweet and sour?

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Chardonnay

The Chardonnay grape is one of the most popular varieties of white wine grapes in the

world. There are over 400,000 acres of its vineyards worldwide. Historically Chardonnay

grapes are known for their success in French regions of Champagne and Burgundy where

the wine is oak barrelled giving the wine overtones of vanilla. In the new world the wine

has taken on a different production procedure, giving a destinctive fresh flavour.

(Love Chardonnay? Then please also see our Burgundy section)

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Bottle

22

Casa Silva

2013

25.50

13.50

Colchagua, Chile

Half

14% A superb Chardonnay made at this Chilean estate owned and run by a French family. Full and fruity with just the right amount of oak, this is a delicious, ripe and smooth wine with a certain 'je ne sais quoi'.

27

Round Hill Vineyards

2012

27.75

California, USA

13.5% Deceptively rich and powerful wine from the Central Coast region of California. Smooth and succulent with subtle oak undertones, balanced and robust with richness to finish.

29

Bodegas Don Cristobal

2014

27.50

Mendoza, Argentina

13% High altitude cool nights allow a slow ripening of the grapes and a long 'hang time'. This ensures a wine that is full of energy and taut, tangy focussed fruit. A great wine to trounce the opinion of anyone who says they don't like Chardonnay!

31

Warwick Estate, White Lady

2011

39.50

Stellenbosch, South Africa

14% This is a much more modern and drinkable Chardonnay than its honeyed oak-spicy forerunners.

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Omrah, Plantagenet Winery (unoaked)

2013

28.50

Mount Baker, Western Australia

13.5% The pure, unadulterated supple and moreish Chardonnay flavours shine through unfettered by the oaky flavours once dominant in Aussie wine. Lime and lemon notes throughout with a crisp but delicate finish.

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Sauvignon Blanc

Could this be our favourite grape? The mighty, nay, noble Sauvignon Blanc, grown widely

throughout the world shows such a diversity of styles and flavours that it is often hard to

pinpoint exactly what it is we love about this grape. Could it be the cutting acidity,

freshness and pungency, the striking fruit character that runs the gamut between

delicate cut grass, brash elderflower all the way to tropical passion-fruit? New Zealand

seems to capture most attention as it continues to develop vibrant, racy, intense wines

with full on flavours, whilst the Loire producers in France march on making traditional

dry whites with great minerality that are perfect with shellfish or river fish.

(Love Sauvignon? Then please also see our Loire section)

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Bottle

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Professor Black, Warwick Estate

2014

32.50

Stellenbosch, South Africa

13.5%This charismatic wine has quickly become a favourite amongst Sauvignon Blanc lovers. This wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, gooseberry, mango and green fig.

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Cloudy Bay

2014

47.50

Marlborough, New Zealand

13.5% Bright and zesty with limes, grass and gooseberry. Punchy and vibrant flavour with a rich and tropical finish. The name 'Cloudy Bay' comes from the bay at the eastern end of the Wairau Valley.

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Falconhead

2014

30.00

15.50

Marlborough, New Zealand

Half

13% This wine shows all the characters of a great Sauvignon, with passion fruit, citrus, nettles, cut grass and hints of capsicum. These aromas line the path to a soft, well rounded palate.

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Omrah, Plantagenet Winery

2013

27.50

Mount Baker, Western Australia

13% This Australian version is well worth a try. Delicious!

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Casa Amada

2014

21.50

Colchagua Valley, Chile

13.5% From the spectacular Colchagua valley these hand harvested grapes produce a high quality, fresh and tangy dry white

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Cool Coast, Paredones Estate

2012

34.50

Colchagua Valley, Chile

13.5% A mere 8km from the Pacific, this new wine area offers the grapes longer 'hang time' due to the sea mist creating a protective blanket against the harsh mid day sun. This lends a unique elegence and a touch of beguilling salinity. Great wine which is being lauded as the 'Chilean Cloudy Bay'

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Riesling, Gruner Veltliner, Chenin Blanc and Viognier

These grape varieties span the modern Wine World and all show tremendous style,

flavour and pungency, having as their core principle the fact that they are fruity,

aromatic and make your mouth go all tingly when you drink them.

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Riesling

11

Spinyback

2013

28.75

Nelson, New Zealand

11.5% Lifted nose of jasmine, citrus blossom and green apple.

Just a hint of residual sweetness nicely balances this wine's bright acidity and mineral character.

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Domain Road, The Water Race

2012

36.00

Central Otago, New Zealand

12%.

Pale straw in colour this is a deliciously dry, steely Riesling. Lemon and lime on the nose with hints of orange blossom and white peach. Zesty citrus flavours, an excellent food wine.

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Loimer

2013

35.00

Kamptal, Austria

12.5% Superb wine! All the pungent, petrolly fruitiness of the wonderful riesling grape but made to finish with a splendid, searing dryness.

25

Domaine Rolly Gassmann

2012

42.50

Alsace, France

12.5% Higher alcohol than many Riesling wines from Alsace and pretty much bone dry, just a hint of sweetness on the end of the palate. Bright, steely acidity shines

through the core of the wine. Grapefruit zest with hints of tangerine and a final twist of spice.

Gruner Vetliner

56

Loimer

2013

39.50

Kamptal, Austria

12.5% Spicy, peppery and even exotic notes. A very animated and pleasurable wine because of its structure and minerally palate.

Chenin Blanc

44

Porter Mill Station

2013/15

20.50

Swartland, South Africa

12% This is amazing value for money! A superb fruity white with pear drop flavours that is a real easy drinking wine.

Viognier

57

Beauvignac Les Costieres de Pomerols

2013

21.50

Languedoc, France

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Great whites from lesser known grapes

In a world awash with Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, why not try to enlighten the

palate with something a little different

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Bottle

40

Verdelho, Bodegas Don Cristobal

2014

24.50

Mendoza, Argentina

13% A claim to fame! We list the only Argentinian Verdelho in the UK! Very good it is too. Rich peachy style with a streak of cleansing acidity.

45

Pinot Blanc, Jean Hugel et Fils

2009

28.50

15.00

Alsace, France

Half

12% Crisp and dry with bags of fruit. A great Alsace! The first traces of the Hugel family in Alsace can be tracked to the 15th century.

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Gewurtraminer, Jean Hugel et Fils

2011

37.50

18.75

Alsace, France

Half

14% A structured, full-bodied white from Hugel. One of the Alsace elite, laden with lychees and ginger - it's all there in glorious technicolor!

50

Albarino, As Laxas

2014

35.00

Rias Baixas, Spain

12.5%. A clear, brilliant wine with green nuances. Combines fruity

and floral notes perfectly and gives your tongue a damn good spanking!

52

Pinot Gris, Morton Estate, Hawkes Bay

2013

35.00

Malborough, New Zealand

12% What a wine! Fills your mouth with beautiful, crisp fruit flavours, as well as having great structure.

53

Soave, Pieropan

2013/14

29.25

Soave, Italy

12% . Pieropan is a master craftsman whose attention to detail means he produces a complex, nutty, dry white which holds its own against wine from all over the world.

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Pinot Grigio, Palazzo Grimani

2014

25.50

13.75

Venezie, Italy

Half

12.5%

This delightful Pinot Grigio shows rich apple, hints of peach and almonds with a long spicy finish.

55

Pinot Grigio, "I Feudi di Romans"

2013/14

29.75

Isonzo del Friuli, Italy

13% Lovely aromatics, good depth on the palate and excellent length. A super example of how good a Pinot Grigio can be when low yields and careful winemaking are the practice

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Rose Wines

Rose is typically made from the same grapes used to make red wine. The kinds of red

grapes used to create rose offen vary. Rose along with its pink colour, has a pleasant

fruity taste that carries a light berry flavour. The lightness of rose wine has made it a very

versatile wine that can be enjoyed with a variety of meals, including antipasti, seafood,

pastas and spicy food.

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Bottle

60

Chameleon' Shiraz Merlot, Jordan Winery

2013/14

25.50

13.50

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Half

13.5% Amongst the new wave, this dynamic, modern pink wine is a real mouthful. A wodge of bright, spicy fruit and a pleasing dry edge.

62

White Zinfandel, Roundhill

2014

23.75

California, USA

10.5% This blush wine likes to be drunk in the sun. Medium-dry.

63

Rosado Rioja, 'Cofrade'

2014

21.00

Bodegas del Medievo, Spain

13.5% The Spanish are the real masters of rose wine! This is a proper pink wine - smooth, attractive, pliant fruit but with a clean dryness to finish.

65

Pinot Grigio Rose

2014

24.50

Fabiano, Italy

12% Coppery pink colour with easy drinking, attractive berry fruits on the palate. Overtly delicious and a refreshing tang.

66

Provence Rose, Chateau La Roubine

2014

36.00

En Provence, France

13% Do not let the pale colour fool you! In the bottle is a powerful, structured and incredible dry wine. No wonder the Provence rose are recognised as the pre-eminent rose, particulary with food.

67

Sancerre Rose, Domaine Andre Dezat

2014

41.50

Loire, France

12.5% Produced from their thoroughbred Pinot Noir grape, ripe, juicy and satisfying. The most sublime aperitif as good with white meats.

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Red Bordeaux - Fine Claret

Red Bordeaux, which is traditionally known as claret, is generally made from a blend of

grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and a little Malbec. On the left

bank, the two Cabernets are grown side by side which makes the rich cassis and pepper

backboned clarets. Both dark skinned, they provide essential tannins, that adds structure

and weight. 'Right bank' wines, are dominated by Merlot, the two most famous being

St-Emilion and Pomerol. Rounded, soft plum and cherry flavours.

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St-Emilion

Saint-Emilion is the oldest wine area of the Bordeaux region, the wines

are considered the most robust of all the area. They are generous, very

colourful, and reach their maturity quicker than other Bordeaux's.

501

Chateau Trianon Grand Cru

2008/10

69.00

506

Chateau Reine Blanche Grand Cru

2011

45.00

Pomerol

Is the smallest wine producing area in Bordeaux and is more a community

where the vineyards are family-shared. You will not find large Chateau's

as in the Medoc area, however, Pomerol hosts one of the most famous

wines of all: Petrus. The wines can have exclusive velvety quality and

are supposedly at their very best when the bottle reaches the age

of 15!

532

Chateau Feytit-Clinet

2007

85.00

560

Chateau Siaurac

2007

49.00

Margaux

Margaux lays on a soil of white graves, a special kind of gravel brought

from the mountains by the river Gironde. The wines have a full-flavoured

bouquet, magnificent elegance and are the quintessence of the terrior

and the winemakers world.

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Chateau Siran Grand Cru Exceptional

2007

70.00

511

Chateau Durfort-Vivens Deuxieme Cru

2009

110.00

Medoc

The Medoc is situated north of the town of Bordeaux, on the left bank

of the Gironde, and is divided in two parts, the Haut-Medoc in the south,

near the town, and the north part traditionally called Medoc. The wines

are delicate, medium coloured, fine and elegant; often tannic when

young, harmonious and splendid when matured.

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Red Bordeaux - Fine Claret

Bin No

Bottle

St-Julien

Just a little bit less powerful than Pauillac and more rustic than

St-Estephe, St-Julien wines are very aromatized, harmonious and

well balanced reds. Here there are 11 Grand Crus Classes (great

growths) and the quality is so good, that second wines from these

Chateaux's are very attractive!

509

Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou

1995

150.00

Pauillac

Pauillac is maybe the best appellation of Bordeaux with 3

grands crus classes (1st great growth) out of 5. The wines generally

have a lot of body, tannin and acidity when they are young but within

a few years an opulent bouquet develops with aromas of blackcurrant

and cedar.

519

Chateau Les Tourelles de Longueville

2001

75.00

531

Chateau Pontet-Canet

2007

100.00

St-Estephe

Saint-Estephe is a true terrior wine, the influence of the soils, gravels

and more clay than the Medoc, can be experienced when tasting

these wines. They are very coloured, earthy, firm and robust and reach

their maturity slower than the Medoc.

534

Chateau Cos-Labony, 5th Growth

546

Chateua Andron Blanquet

2009

54.00

Pessac-Leognan

The famous 'claret' wine was made first in Pessac Leognan, the area

has benefitted from the recent revitalization of Bordeaux and is now

producing some amazing values to complement their grandest wines.

The wines are beautifully balanced, ripe without being heavy,

refreshing, with just the right amount of tannin

542

Chateau de Cardaillan, Graves

2008

50.00

503

Chateau Pape Clement

1990

140.00

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Red Burgundy

Some of the greatest wines are produced in this region, 'Romanee Conti' being the big

one! Commonly they are red wines made from Pinot Noir and white wines made using

Chardonnay. Red and white wines are also made from other varieties, such as Gamay

and Aligote respectively.

Bin No

Bottle

102

Mercurey, Domaine Francois Raquillet

2011/13

50.00

Cote Chalonnaise, France

13% Freshly ripe Pinot Noir. The southern fringes of Burgundy yeild this lucious red, velvety and smooth, with smoky undertones and light oak nuances.

109

Cote de Nuits Villages, Rene Bouvier

2012

53.00

Cote de Nuits, France

13% This gentle, enticing, subtle wine is a pleasure to drink and is a reminder of how great Burgundian Pinot can be.

117

Santenay, Premier Cru, Domaine Vincent Girardin

2010

50.00

Cote de Beaune, France

13.5% Abundant aromas of black cherry, floral notes with hints of fennel, lively and full of finesse with a genorous palate.

208

Nuit st Georges 1er Cru, Domaine de L'Arlot

2004

95.00

'Clos Des Forets Saint Georges'

Cote de Nuits, France

13% Complex aromas of blackcurrant mingled with spicy blackberry are revealed on the nose, with darker notes of liquorice and leather.

It becomes increasingly seductive over time, which comes from the elegance, intensity and purity of the fruit.

212

Bourgogne, Pinot Noir, Domaine Chicotot

2012

39.50

Bourgogne, France

13% Beautiful aromas which are unmistakeble Pinot, sinuous and graceful fruit with a pleasing snap of acidity giving a little backbone to this seductive wine. A small, 8 hectare farm at the top of its game.

250

Gevrey-Chambertin, Serafin, Pere & Fils

2009

85.00

Cote de Nuits, France

13%. Ripe blackberry and black cherry aromas with hints of spice and pepper. A gorgeous wine easy to enjoy showing nice subtle qualities with a medium finish

251

Volnay, Vielles Vignes, Joseph Voillot

2013

55.00

Cote de Beaune, France

True to Volnay, this wine is extremely pretty with its perfumed notes

of wildflowers and its palate replete with tantalizing rich, ripe flavors of kirsch, red plums, and minerals. Accented with ripe tannins and piquant acidity, this wine culminates in a downright beautiful Volnay.

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Southern Rhone

The Rhone valley sits in south east France and is split into North and South. Almost 90% of

the wines come from the southern areas. Oops, there goes another Grenache grape

plant! That’s right, this grape is probably the most planted red grape in the world.

Grenache produces wines that, in their youth, are fruity, full in flavour, and have

overtones of spice.

Bin No

Bottle

130

Lirac, 'Chapelle de Maillac', Roger Sabon

2012

37.50

Rhone, France

13.5% From an area near Chateauneuf, the village of Lirac gives warming ripe red wines from Grenache and Shiraz. Bramble fruit undertones with smooth, open tannins and a generously rich and spice filled palate.

139

Cotes du Rhone-Villages, Bernard Latour

2012

34.00

Rhone, France

14.5% A really spicy, deep coloured wine - it could be described as having grip!

140

Gigondas, Domaine les Pallieres

2011

50.00

Rhone, France

14.5% New life has been breathed into this famous, old property bought by the Brunier brothers of Vieux Telegraphe fame. The domaine will soon be great again.

198

Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Clos Des Papes, Paul Avril

2005

150.00

Rhone, France

14.5% Cherry, red raspberry jelly, hazelnut, earth on the nose. Pristine and pure. Round, plush and mouth filling. Nice acid edge moving slowly from the periphery of the mouth. Ultimately coating the front teeth in light chew'. Earth, spice and cherry jam flavours show Tanzers 'sneaky' length.

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Northern Rhone

The Northern Rhone produces some top quality wines! Syrah is the only red grape

permitted in this region and with it they make some of the most famous wines in the

world. These wines are some of the few in the world that have a small amount of white

wine added (10-20%), therefore giving a distinct floral note to the wine.

Bin No

Bottle

290

Cote-Rotie, Domaine Philippe Faury

2006

80.00

Rhone, France

13% This wine is primarily Syrah with small amounts of Viognier added to add a seductive aroma. Earthy flavours with dark berry fruit make this wine a perfect partner for game.

293

Hermitage, Marquise de la Tourette

2008

65.00

Rhone, France

13.5% A beautiful aroma comes out of this wine and that continues in the mouth. Earthy flavours mixed with darker berry flavours gives the wine a smooth, complex and well structured feel.

298

Hermitage, 'la sizeranne', Chapoutier

1994

95.00

Rhone, France

13% Bio-dynamic winemaking, allied to one of the best vineyard sites on the mammoth Hermitage hill, this wine is a true icon. Deep, rich, smoky and meaty. Mature, layered but soft with a powerful finish.

299

Cornas, La Geynale, Vincent Paris

2009

95.00

Rhone, France

Our long established wine supplier "Frank" owns a share in this single vineyard wine, it is the finest site in the village and the huge rip roaring and energetic wine is a sensation best enjoyed with some richly flavoured game or sirloin.

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Beaujolais and the fruity ones

Beaujolais is always released the third Thursday of November at one minute past

midnight, regardless of the start of the harvest. All the grapes in the Beaujolais region

must be picked by hand. These are the only vineyards, along with Champagne, where

hand harvesting is mandatory. Beaujolais is a very light, fruity, and easy to drink. It

typically has aromas of pear and banana. The Gamay grape is often used, which is

a distant relative to Pinot Noir.

Bin No

Bottle

100

Beaujolais Villages, Andre Cologne

2013

28.50

16.00

Beaujolais, France

Half

13% Andre Cologne produces only two wines. A Fleurie and this village wine. Old vines and traditional practices make a beautifully smooth and silky wine.

101

Brouilly, Chateau des Tours

2013

34.50

Beaujolais, France

12.5% Beautiful silky texture with a nose of ripe red fruit mainly cherry and blackberry. An artisan wine truly made by hand from the picking of the fruit to bottling

110

Fleurie, Domaine Pardon

2014

35.00

Beaujolais, France

13% Fleurie often known as the Queen of Beajolais.

Light ruby colour with intense spiced cherry and violet aromas.

Fresh summer fruit flavours, satin smooth texture and complex mineral nose.

116

Moulin-a-Vent, Domaine Jacky Janodet

2013

34.50

Cote D'Or, France

13% Jackie Janodet, sounds like a motor racing ace, but in fact is a producer of ripe and succulent Moulin-a-Vent made from very old, low yielding vines. He is one of the most acclaimed producers in Beaujolais.

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Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc

Around the world it is the mighty Cab Sauv that seems to dominate, but more and

more growers are planting Cab Franc, as winemakers realise how much its charm and

flavour add to the so called 'Bordeaux Blends' so loved by both makers and drinkers.

(Love Cabernet? Then please see our Red Bordeaux section)

Bin No

Bottle

126

Chinon, Domaine Couly-Dutheil

2011

36.00

Loire, France

13% If you fancy something different, try this Loire wine - intense fruit with a hint of spice and wrapped in a smooth, velvety robe.

146

Omrah, Plantagenet Winery

2011

31.50

Mount Baker, Western Australia

13.5% The cooler climate of this part of Australia produces a more elegant wine. This blend has a lovely berryish fruit and good depth on the palate. 68% Cab Sauv, 22% Merlot and the last 10% made up of Cab Franc and Malbec.

196

Triology, Warwick Estate

2010

50.00

Stellenbosh, South Africa

14.5% Three grapes: Cabenet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc means this wine is competing with some of the great clarets. Raspberry flavours abound. There is a silky soft feel in the mouth with chocolate flavours on the palate and a clean tannin background. Past gold medal winner in 2002 IWC competition. Goes well with roasted veal, beef and aubergine.

217

Signature, Robert Oatley

2012

39.50

Margaret River, Western Australia

14% Recipient of the coveted 5 red star award (James Halliday), The Oatley family produced precise balanced and poised wine in the cool climate of Margaret river, none more so than this graceful and succulent Cabernet.

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Merlot

Anyone who has seen the movie 'Sideways' may remember the famous line 'I am NOT

drinking Merlot!' This echos the sentiment that Merlot is somehow less of a wine. However

this is not the case. This red wine continues to be a popular choice for drinking and

pairing with food and is generally characterized by flavours of green olive, cedar,

currant, black pepper, mint, tobacca, plum and tea leaf.

Bin No

Bottle

129

Chateau Lamothe de Haux

2012

29.50

15.50

Bordeaux, France

Half

13.5% A really super wine from a family run Chateau. Beautiful, ripe and mature claret. One to put the cat amongst the Antipodean pigeons! 60% Merlot, 30% Cab Sauv and 10% Cab Franc.

128

Chateau Bernateau, Grand Cru

2007/10

45.00

24.50

St Emilion, France

Half

13.5% Excellent wine from the renowned St Emilion region. Firm and full with stalky tannins, blackcurrant nuances and a strong finish. Great with lamb and venison! Although this wine is from Bordeaux, the price reflects it not to be a claret. An excellent wine! 75% Merlot 25% Cab Franc.

141

Casa Amada

2014

21.50

Colchagua Valley, Chile

13.5% Hand harvested grapes produce this excellent Merlot that is real value for money. Easy drinking!

143

Jordan Winery

2011

29.95

Stellenbosch, South Africa

14.5% A husband and wife team who are incredibly successful wine makers. Voluptuous warming flavours, cosseted by a softly tannic frame. In South Africa you will see their wines on all the best lists.

164

Roundhill

2011

29.50

15.50

California, USA

Half

13.5% California is one of the best places to cultivate Merlot. This supple, aromatic example lends credence to this claim or as our more straight talking, American cousins would say 'plenty of bang for your buck'.

195

Three Cape Ladies, Warwick Estate

2011

40.00

Stellenbosch, South Africa

14.5% Another one from the recent trip to South Africa's wine country. Like the trilogy, this is also a great wine. Dark, spicy, chewy, smoky rich hazelnut praline finish. Balanced and poised. 40% Merlot, 35% Cab Sauv, 25% Pinotage varieties. Very drinkable!

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Pinot Noir

Planted all around the World, each wine traces its lineage back to that rolling

hillside between Dijon and Lyon in France. Here the great red Burgundies such as Nuit St

George, Chambertin, Volnay and the like, enthral us with their flavours of red berries,

smoke, spice and a welling sweetness that balances the earthy farmyard characters.

The light skinned Pinot makes soft, seductive reds that have essential richness and

voluptuousness, layered with sensual tannins, feminine charm and an iron fist of

minerality.

Bin No

Bottle

103

Sancerre Rouge, 'Les Belles Vignes'

2009

39.00

Fournier, France

12.5% A sibling of the Sancerre White and made from the noble Pinot Noir Medium in body with an alluring cherry-like aroma and full of smooth succulent fruit.

104

Ata Rangi

2011

65.00

Martinborough, New Zealand

14% This wine blazed a multi award winning trail over the last decade, which has made the world sit up and take notice of the potential of Kiwi Pinot Noir. Still remains the benchmark wine!

105

Domain Road

2011

45.00

Central Otago, New Zealand

14% From the heart of an historic gold mining valley in Bannockburn. A vibrant purple wine with notes of dark fruit, leather, chocolate and spice on the nose. The palate displays rich dark cherry and plums with a long lingering finish.

106

Tindall

2009/13

36.00

18.75

Marlborough, New Zealand

Half

12.5% A wine which, although capable of further development in the bottle, already has a very easy, gentle character. The flavour is keyed up by a fresh acidity and a subtle touch of new oak gives it a satisfying backbone. The 'Bosses' favourite!

107

Wild Earth

2010

45.00

Central Otago, New Zealand

14.5% In the past its been awarded the trophy for Top International Pinot Noir at the IWC along with three other trophies. And for good reason!

218

The Wire Walker, Philip Shaw

2014

34.50

Orange Region, Australia

12% Pinot Noir is relativelynew and untested in the Orange region, though the variety should be ideally suited with very similar climatic data and

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Syrah/Shiraz

Its called Syrah in France and Shiraz in the new world. One grape with two names. Or to

put it more accurately, one grape with two styles. When its called Syrah, expect a red

wine that is softer, meatier and has a more pronounced black pepper character, with

hints of liquorice, smoky meat, coffee and truffle. The New World Shiraz reds will display

a more generous and warm flavour of jammy black fruits, cassis, mulberry and often be

supported by a sweeter oak.

(Love Syrah? Then please see our Northern Rhone section)

Bin No

Bottle

163

16 Stops

2013

25.50

13.75

McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, Australia

Half

14% Dark, dense, jammy and forward with great gobs of sweet black fruit, cassis, pepper and coffee essence. A wonderfully rounded, seamless quality gives this wine a tremendous impact and yet its finish is

elegant and refined. Truly a blinder of a wine!

165

Mount Horrocks

2011

49.00

Clare Valley, South Australia

13.5% Rather than give you our opinion on this wine we would like to quote Philip White, Australia's most acerbic wine critic "If Shiraz evolved to a point at which it makes itself, it would be like this.. Elegant, supple pristine essence'.

169

Cranswick Estate

2012

32.00

Barossa Valley, Australia

13% Fun and robust with flavours that have won a legion of followers, but also boasts a touch of finesse making it a gratifying choice for food pairing.

201

Lagarde

2012

32.50

Mendoza, Argentina

14% Lagarde winery was founded in 1897 and is one of the oldest wineries in Mendoza. First impressions are of a Syrah that really packs a punch but it soons mellows in the glass into a smooth and opulent drink, full of fruit and easy tannins. Excellent value.

209

Beaumont, Shiraz/Mourvedre

2011

39.50

Bot River, South Africa

"Erectus Non Elatus" is the Beaumont family motto (proud but not arrogant) and the wines reflect this perfectly. A brilliant blend of two heavyweight grapes, ample, ripe, spicy fruit and a powerful thwack of dark fruit overlaid by a beguiling creamy texture.

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Tempranillo and Spanish styles

The few wines show a lovely, soft, mellow character that can be normally summed up in

one word - Rioja! Taking that a little further we have found a few more wines that use

Spain's most important red grape, the noble Tempranillo, which retain Rioja

characters, with supple tannins and long lingering finishes.

Bin No

Bottle

119

Monastrell, Castano

2013

23.00

Yecla, Spain

14% 100% Monastrell from three 30 year old vineyard sites. It has a really deep hue on inspection, and the nose is youth and juicy, packed with summer fruits and brambles.

133

Marius Reserva, Bodegas Piqueras

2010

27.50

Almansa, Spain

14% This wine has a very deep red colour and produces smoky and black cherry flavours. Absolute delight!

182

Rioja Crianza, Bodegas del Modievo

2011

29.50

15.50

Rioja, Spain

Half

13.5% A pungent, powerful and rich wine with a modern fruit driven core. 14 months maturing in a combo of French and American oak adds a classy sheen to the overall sensation.

222

Pagos Viejos Artadi

2000

70.00

Rioja, Spain

13.5% This dense, rich Rioja possesses a saturated ruby, purple colour, a layered, expansive texture, and additional oak, extract, and glycerin characteristics in the finish.

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Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and all things Italian

Bin No

Bottle

159

Chianti, Del Colli Senesi

2011

29.50

Tuscany, Italy

13% Ricardo Falchini's 75 acre estate is spread around the historic town of San Gimignano. The wine is made from Sangiovese and is fresh and appealing with a cherry fruitiness, which makes this a beautiful Italian wine. Hannibal Lecter would love this!!

189

Barolo, Michelle Reverdito

2010

60.00

Piedmont, Italy

14.5% One of Italy's best wines, a real heavyweight with a splendid pungent aftertaste. Dry but deep in flavour.

193

Villa di Capezzana

2008/09

55.00

Carmignano, Italy

14% It has a taut, muscular fruit and the sort of elegance that is becoming increasingly rare in Tuscany. Palate of red fruit and spices, with soft tannins and well balanced acidity.

197

Amarone, Corte Giara

2012

68.00

Allegrini, Italy

15% one of the top producers of Amarone. Deep in colour with a nose of spicy raisins, and flavours of dark cherry and plum. Excellent with red meat and matured cheeses.

199

Valpolicella

2014

34.50

Allegrini, Italy

14% Recognised as the pre eminent family in Veneto. Medium bodied and highly drinkable wine for your enjoyment.

202

Barbaresco, Angelo Gaja

2007

190.00

Piemonte, Italy

14.5% The Gaja estate flagship wine which has been produced since 1895. Angelo Gaja is now regarded as one of the worlds master winemakers! The wine is from 100% Nebbiolo and on the nose has a smooth complexity, with aromas of forest fruits, plums and mineral scents. On the palate, long with silk like tannins, big fruit flavours and good acidity.

210

Tignanello, Antinori

2001

125.00

Firenze, Italty

13.5% After 50 years of experimentation the revolution came in 1971 with the launch of this wine! A chianti made using Bordeaux grapes. An absolutely stunning wine. A must to treat yourself!!!!

226

Il Gentile Di Casanova, Della Spinetta

2007

50.00

Toscana, Italy

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Wines for the adventurous

These last few wines are rather dear to Linthwaite hearts. They show true winemakers

passion - Whether it is the heat of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, to the forgotten

corners of France. Some amazing wines for you to enjoy!

Bin No

Bottle

125

Madiran, Alain Brumont

2009

49.00

Chateau Montus, Southern France

14.5% Tannt is the big, bold, wild and immensely powerful grape of this tiny area, of which 80% is seamlessly blended, and tamed, by the addition of Cab Sauv. Fantastic wine from a top winemaker.

132

Carménère, Los Lingues Grand Reserva

2012

29.50

Colchagua Valley, Chile

14% Carmenere is an old variety, which for a long time was mistakenly identified as Merlot. It has a similar fruit driven stalky greeness, but a more robust, hearty finish.

153

Massaya 'Le Columbier'

2012/13

28.50

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

14.5% Situated 1000m above sea level, the Massaya vineyards enjoy long, gentle summers, perfect for disease free winemaking. Ramzi and Sami Ghosn are the brothers who perservere despite the troubles they encounter. A combination of pure, elegant French winemaking and exotic spice of the Middle East. Wow!

158

Lammershoek Winery

2010

32.50

Swartland, South Africa

14.5% a 3 grape blend - Syrah, Grenache, Carignan. 70% Syrah gives the swish of mulberry and herbal notes and the other two grapes bring plenty to the party. Hugely satisfying, fruit packed wine!

167

Zinfandel, Predator

2012

45.00

Lodi, California

14.5% Located in the Sirra foothills and the San Francisco Bay delta, this winery has cool afternoon and evening breezes, ideal for growing their world renowned Zinfandel. Blackberry, white pepper, vanilla and spearmint are the big flavours that make up this excellent, powerful wine.

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Wines for the adventurous

Bin No

Bottle

170

Malbec, Lagarde

2013

29.50

15.50

Mendoza, Argentina

Half

14% Lagarde winery was founded in 1897 and is one of the oldest wineries in Mendoza. An intense colour, producing red fruit, jams and mulberry flavours. Excellent balance, good body and a long finish makes this wine

exceptional.

177

Triana, Vino Tinto

2010

45.00

Mendoza, Argentina

14.5% 50% Malbec, 30% Shiraz and 20% Cab Sauv. Beautifully rich, smooth berry and chocolate flavours.

183

Pinotage, Warwick Estate

2012

37.50

Wellington, South Africa

14% Sipping, not swigging is recommended. A great Pinotage though, as it does show the characters of Pinot Noir and Cinsault. Pinot gives a rich, meaty, slightly raspberry character with soft tannins whilst the Cinsault shows hints of pepper, acid and jammy fruit.

221

The Baroness, Irvine

2009/10

55.00

Barossa, Australia

14.5% Blend of Merlot, Cab Franc and Cab Sauv. A celebration of winemaking at its best! Soft, deep silkiness and great fruit depth. A superb creation!!

224

Caballo Loco No.10, Vina Valdivieso

65.00

Central Valley, Chile

14.5% The 10th edition of this multi vintage blend includes Cab Sauv, Malbec, Merlot and Carmenere. Contains 50% current vintage and 50% previous edition which is kept back especially for blending. The full bodied exclusive red is the flagship wine from Valdivieso. Warm and spicy with a great concentration of fruit and fine grained tannins.

227

Carignan, Edicion Limitada

2008/10

50.00

Loncomilla Valley, Chile

14% The very best wine from this mighty winery, carefully nurtured to express the true potential of this country. Magnificent, rich and sensuous.

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Dessert Wine

75ml

Half

Bin No

Glass

Bottle

300

Elysium Black Muscat, Andrew Quady

6.00

26.50

California, USA

15% A red sweet wine? This is great with anything chocolaty!! Rave reports from our guests. Even stocked in some French Michelin-star restaurants.

301

Essensia Orange Muscat, Andrew Quady

7.50

34.50

California, USA

15%. From 100% Orange Muscat with an aroma reminiscent of orange blossom and apricot, and a lingering refreshing aftertaste. Pair with chocolate, almond, peach, apricot and apple desserts, or cheesecake.

304

Muscat Beaumes de Venise, Domaine des Bernardins

6.25

26.50

Venise, France

15% Luscious, full, fruity dessert white from the Rhone, made from black-skinned variety of Muscat that brings added boquet.

305

Colosia Pedro Ximenez

7.50

34.50

Cadiz, Spain

17% An amazing smell of treacle and an intense flavour of raisins and molasses. This is absolutely fabulous, especially with chocolate and vanilla ice cream!

306

Tokaji Aszu

11.95

55.00

Hungary

12.5% 'King of wines - wine of kings' - Rich honeyed dessert wine, balanced with refreshing acidity. The leading Hungarian wine will forever be part of Hungary's heritage.

307

De Bortoli, The Noble One, Botrytis Semillon

9.95

38.50

New South Wales, Australia

10.5% Created by Darren De Bortoli at the family winery in Bilbul and has been awarded over 117 trophies and 376 gold medals since its release.

The Noble One has long established itself as the best botrytis semillon in Australia, and this vintage simply reinforces that reputation; oak, luscious fruit

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Magnum, Jeroboam & Rehoboam

Bin No

Bottle

604

Catena Alta, Cabernet Sauvignon, Rehoboam

2000

290.00

Uxmak Vineyard, Mendoza, Argentina

13.5% Winemakers have used only their best fruit in producing this first-class wine! Aged for 18 months in new French oak to produce an extremely concentrated Cabernet with firm tannins. Full-bodied, well structured wine with intense rich cassis and plum fruit, followed by tones of black pepper, spice and liquorice.

605

Carmenere, Grand Reserva, Jeroboam

2006

110.00

Colchagua Valley, Chile

14% Carmenere is an old variety, which for a long time was mistakenly identified as Merlot. It has a similar fruit driven stalky greeness, but a more robust, hearty finish.

606

Rioja, Bodegas del Medievo, Jeroboam

2007

110.00

Rioja, Spain

13.5% A pungent, powerful and rich wine with a modern fruit driven core. 14 months maturing in a combo of French and American oak adds a classy sheen to the overall sensation.

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Half Bottle - White

* Served by carafe

Bin No

Bottle

3

Sancerre 'Les Pierriers' Fournier Pere et Fils

2013

20.75*

Loire, France

30

Chablis, Domaine Vrignaud

2013

19.95*

Chablis, France

41

Muscadet de Sevre et Main Sur Lie

2010

14.95

Loire, France

45

Pinot Blanc, Jean Hugel et Fils

2009

15.00

Alsace, France

47

Gewurztraminer, Jean Hugel et Fils

2011

18.75

Alsace, France

4

Pinot Grigio, Palazzo Grimani

2014

13.75*

Venezie, Italy

8

Sauvignon Blanc, Falconhead

2014

15.50*

Malborough, New Zealand

22

Chardonnay, Casa Silva

2013

13.50*

Colchagua Valley, Chile

Half Bottle - Red

100

Beaujolais Villages, Andre Cologne

2013

16.00

Beaujolais, France

128

Chateau Bernateau Grand Cru, St-Emilion

2007

24.50

Bordeaux, France

129

Chateau Lamothe de Haux

2012

15.50

Bordeaux, France

106

Tindall, Pinot Noir

2013

18.75*

Malborough, New Zealand

163

16 Stops, Shiraz

2013

13.75*

McLaren Vale, Australia

164

Roundhill, Merlot

2011

15.50*

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