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White

 

Sierra Grande sauvignon Blanc (Chile) £17.90 btl, £4.90 gls 175ml

Light elegant style with citrus, green fruits and gentle acidity. Full of tingling aromatics, typical of its grape variety, this wine is bursting with tropical fruit flavours, yet retains freshness through its natural racy acidity.

 

Forge mill bush vine Chenin Blanc vintage 2009 (South Africa) £18.90 btl £4.90 gls.

Fresh fruit salad in a glass packed with fresh melon, pineapple and kiwi fruit aromas. Chenin heads will like it. (A lot)

 

Pinot grigio Ancora (Italy) £19.60, bottle £5.20gls 175ml

Fresh, dry and delicate wine with a gentle floral and citrus aromas. A classic Italian wine- a perfect match for white meats or fish, or just on its own!

 

Rioja Monte Clavijo (Spain) £21.90 btl £5.50 gls 175ml

100% Viura grapes from the Rioja region in Northern Spain; imagine a cool mountain stream that someone's dropped a pear into.

 

Urban Torrontes (Argentina) £23.90 btl

Brilliant expression of this unusual yet upcoming grape. Explosive aromas of rose petal and strawberry with generous lychee, pear and ginger flavours. This has good structure and body and plenty of fruit but is still dry.

 

Fairfield’s Marlborough Sauvignon (New Zealand) £28.50 btl

From the famous Marlborough region - this is liquid summer in a glass with serious volumes of white peaches and nectarines!! Don’t hold back- have a bottle each!

 

 

Red

 

Sierra Grande Merlot (Chile) £18.50 £5.10 gls 175ml

A rich and warm red wine, deep in colour and showing ripe plum and berry fruity aroma, the palate exhibits rich fruit, soft tannins, a silky texture and plenty of weighty fruit.

 

Rioja Anzarena Tempranillo (Spain) £21.00 btl £5.50 gls 175ml

Delicious, ripe, plummy red with a bit of crunchy pepper and a rich, savoury finish

 

Bellafontaine Cabernet Sauvignon (France)  £21.50 BTL, £5.50 GLS 175ml  

Ripe blackcurrant and wild fruits with hints of grassy herbs. Long and dry-ish grip with subtle tannins. Classy Cabernet that delivers on all fronts!

 

Malbec Bonarda (Argentina) £22.50 BTL, £5.50 GLS 175ml

Mendoza’s long, warm days and cool nights bring out the best in this blend - This wine is packed with soft brambly fruit and dark , sinewy spice.

 

Aliança Dão Reserva 2010 (Portugal) £24.00 btl

Juicy with lots of bramble fruits and polished aromatics. Underlying savoury and herbal character with silky, supple black fruit. Soft tannins with hints of pine and vanilla on the elegant finish.

 

Juan gill’s monastrell monastrell (Spain) £27.50 btl

So good they named it twice! Another red with bucketfuls of bright cherry flavour with of notes mocha and five spice. Brilliant stuff. 

 

Cathar Roble Ribera Del Duero 2012 (Spain) £32.00 btl

Reflects authenticity of the privileged and ancient winemaking area of Ribera del Duero, Gumiel de Mercado. Backdrop of cherry and plums with added spice and leather- silky smooth style!

 

 

Rose

 

Sabina Garnacha Rosado (Spain)  £17.00 btl, £4.90 gls 175ml

Made from Garnacha grapes following traditional free-run methods. Bright raspberry pink, intensely fresh to the nose with noticeable aromas of fruits and flowers. Well balanced with a fruity burst!

 

 

The Big Top, White zinfandel (USA) £22.50 btl £5.65 gls 175ml

Deliciously juicy and sweet packed with bright summer fruit. This rose makes for prefect summer drinking and afternoons gossiping amongst friends.

 

 

Sweeter wines

 

Taylors late bottled vintage port (Portugal) £3.55 25ml

Produced from wines from a single harvest; It is a wine with the rich and fruity character of a classic Vintage.

 

 

Champagne

 

Prosecco Tenuta ca’ bolani (Italy) £25.00 btl , £7.90 175ml glass

Fully sparkling Prosecco. Fantastic wine with ripe peach, pear and citrus fruits. Demands to be drank in the sunshine.

 

F M Gobillard Tradition Brut, ½ btl £21.90 btl £35.00 Rose btl £39.00

Plucked right from the heart of champagne in the village of Hautvillers. About 1861, Dom Perignon, then cellar master in the Benedictine abbey of Hautvillers, invented champagne as we know it today. It is thanks to this important event that Hautvillers became the most renowned village of the region. Wonderful champagne with great character.

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