By the Glass
CAL Y CANTO, VUIRA, VERDIJO
Castilla la Mancha, Spain (7)
VINUVA, GRILLO (Organic)
Sicily, Italy (7.50)
LES BOURGARLES, CHARDONNAY
Bordeaux, France (8.35)
VILLA DEL LAGO, PINOT GRIGIO
Veneto, Italy (9.25)
HUDSON LANE, SAUVIGNON BLANC
Marlborough, New Zealand (9.25)
PIONERO MUNDI, ALBARINO
Rias Baixas, Spain (9.75)
BONS VENTOS, PORTUGUESE BLEND
Lisboa, Portugal (7)
BERANDO FARINA, TEMPRANILLO
Castille, Spain (7.5)
SOLANDIA, NERO D’AVOLA
Sicily, Italy (7.75)
DUACLE SALICE SALENTINO, NEGROMARA/MALVASIA
Puglia, Italy (8.85)
HACIENDA DE LOPEZ, RIOJA CRIANZA
EL MOLINO GRAN RESERVE, MALBEC
Mendoza, Argentina (9.75)
Coravin Selection by the Glass
The Coravin system pumps argon gas into the bottle ensuring that the last sip of wine from each bottle is as good as the first. This allows us to offer at great value premium wines by the glass.
Puglia, Italy (11)
BERNARD REVERDY ET FILS, SANCERRE
Loire Valley, France (15)
BIBI GRAETZ CASAMATTA, VERMENTINO
Tuscany, Italy (12)
J.MOREAU ET FILS, CHABLIS
Burgundy, France (16)
LOUIS JADOT ‘CLOS DU CROMIN’, MERSAULT
SOPRASASSO, VALPOLICELLA RIPASSO CORVINA
Corvinone, Italy (13)
MARETTI BARBERA / NEBBIOLO
Langhe, Italy (12)
MATSU EL RECIO TEMPRANILLO
Toro, Spain (15)
GIACOMO FENOCCHIO, BAROLO
Piemont, Italy (22)
By the Carafe
FRIZZANTE, Venteto, Italy 750ml (28) / 500ml (19.50)
VINA ALIJBES, SAUVIGNON/VERDEJO, La Mancha, Spain 750ml (29) / 500ml (19.50)
A refreshing blend perfect with food or on its own.
BERNARDO FARINA, TEMPRANILLO, Castille, Spain 750ml (29) / 500ml (19.50)
This young red is bursting with ripe berry fruit. Sparkling & Rose
CIPRIANO, PROSECCO, Veneto, Italy (36)
Lemon, melon, & white flowers.
BRIMONCOURT REGENCE, CHAMPAGNE, France, NV (90)
Complex, biscuit, & fresh.
DOMAINE DE COUSSERGUES, ROSE, Languedoc, France, 2018 (32)
Lemon, raspberry, strawberry jam.
White by the bottle
VINUVA, GRILLO ORGANIC, Sicily, Italy, 2017 (30)
Crisp, lively, zingy. Grillo is Sicily’s best known native grape & is a slightly fuller version of Pinot Grigio. Presents here a delicate scent of fresh fruit, citrus & Mediterranean floral notes.
DOMAINE DE LAURIERS ‘PRESTIGE’, PICPOUL DE PINET, Roussillon, France, 2018 (37)
Bone dry, zesty & full of life. This is France’s subtle answer to the more gregarious Italian Pinot Grigio. Picpoul de Pinet literally means ‘lip smacker’ thus unsurprisingly it is mouth-wateringly fresh.
HAUTS DE MONTARELS, CHARDONNAY, Côte De Thongue, France, 2016 (42)
Pineapple, citrus & a pleasant hint of oak. Côte De Thongue area of Languedoc – Roussillon is an emerging powerhouse. Estates like Domaine des Montarels represent the new wave of independent producers that are showing the area’s true potential.
LUPI REALI, TREBBIANO, d’Abruzzo, Italy, 2017 (32)
Pear drops, peach, hint of citrus. Trebbiano d’Abruzzo is the Abruzzo region of Central Italy’s dry white wine appellation partner to its iconic red, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. A fully certified organic wine & an excellent summer sipper.
CAL Y CANTO, VIURA- VERDEJO, Castilla la Mancha, Spain, 2018 (28)
Tropical, zesty, lemon. Verdejo is a subtle but stunning Spanish white wine. This particular wine exudes freshness & grassy notes not dissimilar to a French Sauvignon Blanc. Fantastic by the glass or to share & represents fantastic value.
PIONERO MUNDI, ALBARINO, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2017 (37)
Subtle pineapple, lime, fresh. Light bodied & refreshing which matches fantastically well with dishes such as our famous gambas & calamari dishes.
BELATO OFFIDA, PECORINO, Marche, Italy, 2017 (40)
Rich, green apple, crisp finish. This one goes under the ‘hidden gem’ category. You will be delighted to add Pecorino to your wine lexicon. It is great on its own or with any lightly creamy dish.
BERNARD REVERDY, SANCERRE, Loire Valley, France, 2017 (55)
A Sauvignon Blanc from the village of Verdingy, the centre of renowned Sancerre wine region Beautiful complexity between citrus, white flowers & mineral overtones. Citrus, white flowers & mineral overtones.
MUROS ANTIGOS, ALVARINHO, VINHO VERDE, Portugal, 2017 (33)
Dry, aromatic, tropical. Made from a selection of the three best grape varieties in the region: Alvarinho conveys structure and body, Loureiro aromatic intensity & Avesso acidity & minerality.
STRIALE, VERDECA, Puglia IGT, Italy, 2017 (42)
Peach, apricot, pineapple. Puglia produces a dizzyingly amount of outstanding wines. Although curiously, Verdeca is relatively unknown to the wider world. It produces very fresh and flinty wines. This particular one pairs great with seafood & slightly buttery dishes.
HUDSON LANE, SAUVIGNON BLANC, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2017 (36)
Passion fruit, lemongrass & gooseberry’s. New Zealand is the New World home for Sauvignon Blanc. The Marlborough region is the bench mark & finds great expression here.
J. MOREAU & FILS, CHABLIS, Burgundy, France 2016 (57)
Classic, ripe & full of character. Fresh & generous, very typical of its appellation, showing a very pleasing minerality. The finale is long-lasting, perfect to emphasize any type of sea food.
LOMBA DOS ARES CONASBRANCAS, ALBARINO/GODELLO, Ribeira Sacra, Gallicia, Spain, 2016 (62)
Crisp, complex & weighty. Produced by the committed wine project Fedellos de Couta in the heart of Ribeira Sacra. Dedicated to producing small batches of organic wine. The combination here of Albarino & Godello is outstanding.
HEINZ W, GRÜNER VELTLINER, Kaptal, Austria, 2017 (45)
Crisp, pear drops, with a lovely finish Grüner Veltliner is considered as an exotic alternative to Sauvignon Blanc. And to quote John Wilson is ‘the greatest summer wine of them all’. Easy going & easy to drink.
LES BOURGARLES, CHARDONNAY, Bordeaux, France 2017 (33)
Smooth,fruity,excellent finish. A New World styled white from France. Fruity & medium bodied with a gentle touch of oak.
VINCENT LACOUR, SAUVIGNON BLANC, Touraine, France 2016 (46)
Aromatic, fresh, elderflower & gooseberry. Vincent is a fifth-generation vigneron hailing from Touraine. This style has hints of gooseberry & green notes which gives it a New Zealand style vibe.
BIBI GRAETZ, CASAMATTA, Vermentino, Tuscany, Italy, 2016 (44)
Full w/ ripe fruit & star anise. Bibi comes from a family of painters & sculptors. He has used his creative side to bring about his vision of a small but bold vineyard in the beautiful hills of Tuscany.
Red by the bottle
DUCALE SALICE SALENTINO RISERVA, NEGROMARA/ MALVASIA, Puglia, Italy, 2015 (35)
Fresh w/ red cherries & vanilla Negromaro is the primary grape of Southern Puglia on the Eastern half of the Salento peninsula. It is later ripening than Primitivo, with higher acid & more evident tannins.
SOLANDIA NERO D’AVOLA, SICILY, Italy, 2017 (30)
Medium, fruity & easy drinking Nero D’avola is one of the most important indigenous grapes of southern Italy. Compared to New World Shiraz with sweet tannins & cherry fruit, of which this wine is a good example.
PETITE COLLINES, CROZES HERMITAGE, Rhone, France, 2016 (59)
Flavours of cherry & black pepper. This is a beautiful expression of Syrah from vines on a rocky terroir. It has real depth & richness.
SIBARITA’S SELECTION, MERLOT, Valle Central, Chile, 2017 (32)
Rich, complex, velvety. This is a wonderful medium bodied styled merlot. Soft ripe plummy fruit flavours & cassis notes with mouth-watering freshness.
TORRE DEI BEATI, MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO, Italy, 2016 (46)
Light grippy tannins & refreshing acidity. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo as it should be: ripe, rich red & black fruits, & with an elegance & subtlety that can only come about via care & attention.
MICHEL CHAPOUTIER ‘MARIUS’, GRENACHE-SYRAH, Languedoc, France, 2017 (34)
Hint of spice, fruity & silky finish. Marius Red is a wine that combines power, complexity & elegance. The Syrah endows it with warmth, robustness & a lovely bluish red hue. The Grenache brings a natural sweetness and balance.
SI ORGANIC TEMPRANILLO, Manchuela, Spain 2017 (31)
Smooth, medium bodied & fruit of the forest. This fantastic organic wine hails from the Manchuela wine region in the eastern part of Castilla-La Mancha region of central Spain.
BONS VENTOS RED, PORTUGUESE BLEND, Lisboa, Portugal, 2016 (28)
Juicy red fruit, smooth & rounded tannins. A fantastic introduction to Portugal. A blend of four indigenous grapes. This is an outstanding wine for the price.
LOMBA DOS ARES CORTEZADA, MENCIA, Merenzao, Ribeira Sacra, Spain, 2015 (62)
Fresh, earthy & refined. Literally meaning ‘The hilltop of Ares’ located in the North of the province of Ourense in Galicia. Produced in a long established vineyard with a patchwork of local blends Menica, Merenza & Caino.
LA BERNADINE, CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Rhone, France, 2014 (79)
Rich in fruit, depth of flavour w/ soft tannins. A blend of 60% Grenache, 25% Syrah & 15% other varieties, the 2015 Chateauneuf du pape la Bernardine is made in an approachable, charming style.
ROBERTA FUGATTI, MARZEMINO, Veneto, Italy, 2017 (40)
Ripe, red cherry vanilla & super smooth This is a wonderful little wine made from the Marzemino grape local to the Trentio region of Northern Italy. Roberta Fugatti also has an eye for a great label!
MARETTI LANGHE, BARBERA NEBBIOLO, Piedmont ,Italy, 2016 (45)
Supple raspberry, dark plum & fine tannin. The Langhe region effectively covers the hilly area surrounding Piedmont’s greatest wine-producing appellations. This red is a blend of 70% barbera and 30% nebbiolo, sourced from vineyards in the Barbaresco & Barolo production areas.
VOLLADO QUADRIFOLA, PORTUGUESE BLEND, Douro, Portugal, 2017 (35)
Meaty, earthy, complex. The latest release from Vallado is a wine named after a four-leaf clover found on the estate. Soft and spicy, it is full of berry flavours, with just a hint of Douro power.
SERENATA, CANNONAU DI SARDENGA, Sardinia, Italy, 2016 (46)
Punchy, red berries, hint of spice. Better known throughout the world as grenache, cannonau is a grape synonymous with Sardina. The cannonau we have selected is powerful but approachable, one to sip & savour.
EL MOLINO, GRAN RESERVE, MALBEC, Mendoza, Argentina, 2016 (38)
Notes of blueberry, vanilla & oak. From the famed Argentinian wine growing area Of Mendoza this Malbec exhibits all the intense dark fruits one would expect.
BERTAINE & FILS, PINOT NOIR, Aude, France, 2017 (36)
Light, bright & full raspberry. The vineyards of the Aude Valley are planted in the foothills of the Pyrenees, the 20-year-old, low-yielding vineyards benefit from high elevation & cool evenings to create elegant & varietally expressive wines.
HACIENDA DE LOPEZ, RIOJA CRIANZA, Rioja, Spain, 2016 (37)
Medium w/ black cherry & oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin: tart red berried fruit, laced with tobacco & dried herbs on the dry, crisp finish. This is a superb classic Rioja Crianza.
CHATEAU LAVILLE, BORDEAUX SUPERIEUR, France, 2015 (42)
Notes of blackcurrant, cedar & spice. Good colour, a classic nose & ripe, supple fruit on the palate with the sort of grip on the finish that reminds you that you are drinking a claret.
GIACOMO FENOCCHIO BAROLO, Piedmont, Italy, 2014 (80)
Succulent raspberry, tart cherry & star anise. A classic Barolo, It has an intense, ethereal bouquets, with the bitterish flavour of liquorice, alongside beady, warm & spicy aromas.
FAMILLE PERRIN COTES DU RHONE, SHIRAZ/SYRAH, GRENACHE, Mourvedre, France, 2015 (44)
Notes of red strawberry, red currants & earthiness. There’s an easy, fruit-forward appeal to this juicy red wine. Briskly balanced & framed in fine, firm tannins. Medium bodied.
MATSU EL RECIO, TEMPRANILLO, Toro, Spain, 2016 (55)
Rich with notes of cinnamon, vanilla & plums. El Recio is a red wine produced by the winery Matsu in D.O. Toro. This is a modern project that is committed to organic & biodynamic agriculture.
CAVALLERESCO, CHIANTI, Tuscany Italy 2017 (36)
Fresh, bright, cherry. Chianti is located in Tuscany & gives its name to arguably the best well known Italian wine. Cavalleresco produces a Chianti with a distinct bouquet & a smooth, harmonious taste, both dry & fresh.
SOPRASASSO, VALPOLICELLO RIPASSO CORVINA, Veneto, Italy, 2014 (48)
Fresh full of life & fruity. Made predominantly from the dark coloured Corvina grape using the Ripasso method firm-tannins on the palate but overall bright to the taste.