Wines by the glass
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House Fizz: Bella Conchi Brut Seleccion, Penedes, Spain
Champagne Météyer Brut Tradition, France
Pinot Grigio 2018, Frunza
Cremele Recas, Romania
Sauvignon Blanc 2019, Sileni Estate
Marlborough, New Zealand
Torrontes/Chardonnay 2018, Cavalo Preto
Viognier 2018, Moulin de Gassac
Saint Veran 2017, Domaine de la Chapelle
Burgundy, France Coravin
Puligny-Montrachet 2017, Chanson
Burgundy, France Coravin
Guilhem Rosé 2018, Moulin de Gassac
Merlot 2018, Terres Cortal
Montebuena ‘Oak Aged’ 2017, Rioja, Spain
Malbec 2018, Cavalo Preto
‘Baldrick’ Shiraz 2018, Vondeling
Voor Paardeberg, South Africa
Chateau la Claymore 2015
Lussac Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France Coravin
‘904’ Gran Reserva 2010, La Rioja Alta
Rioja, Spain Coravin
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Météyer Brut Tradition, Trelou-sur-Marne
A ‘grower Champagne’ of the highest order, winning numerous awards each year, including the first ever UNESCO winegrower award.
Taittinger Brut Réserve, Reims
One of the last Grande - Marques still in the original family ownership.
Gosset Grand Rosé, Aÿ
One of the finest rosés produced in Champagne, from the Grand Cru village of Aÿ
Bollinger La Grande Année 2008, Aÿ
The best cuvée that Bollinger has to offers – one of the real bargains of vintage Champagne.
Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs 2006, Taittinger, Reims
Made from 100% Chardonnay, exclusively from Grand Cru vineyards. Followed by 10% oak fermentation and a minimum of 10 years ageing in bottle within the Roman chalk mines beneath Reims.
Mas Macia Brut, Penedes, Spain
Quality sparkling wine made using the same method as Champange, but in the North East of Spain, around the city of Barcelona.
Organic Prosecco, Astoria Estate, Veneto, Italy
Astoria are one of the best family owned producers at the heart of Prosecco. Organic certification is difficult in a region packed with small growers, and this will not disappoint
No.7 Rosé, Crémant de Limoux, France
Any sparkling wine from France, excluding Champagne, is known as Crémant. Made by the same method often using the more local grape varieties. This Rosé has a splash of Cabernet Franc in the blend.
Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs 2013, Appledore, Kent
English sparkling wine is a booming sector. Gusbourne are one of the best, ageing their wines for much longer than most of the competition. Their Blanc de Blancs is their most highly regarded wines.
Pinot Grigio 2018, Frunza, Cremele Recas, Romania
Eastern Europe is now producing quality wines in a modern style, packed with ripe, concentrated fruit flavour
Sauvignon Blanc 2019, Sileni Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand
Marlborough – one of the world’s leading regions for growing Sauvignon, with Sileni being a single estate producer of quality wine.
Torrontes 2018, Cavalo Preto, Mendoza, Argentina
The white grape of Argentina, blended with a little Chardonnay, offers a full flavoured, fresh wine that is spectacular with seafood.
Picpoul de Pinet 2018, Villa des Croix, Languedoc, France
Grown overlooking the Mediterranean, a fresh and appealing wine that is e qually at home as an aperitif as it is with food.
Château Ballan-Larquette Blanc 2017, Bordeaux, France
The classis white wine of Bordeaux – a blend of Sauvignon and Semillon Blanc , crafted in a rich and appealing style.
Viognier 2018, Moulin de Gassac, Languedoc, France
The grape used to produce one of the world’s finest wines - Condrieu.
Riesling Vielle Vignes 2018, Caves de Turkheim, Alsace, France
Old vines or ‘Vielle Vignes’ produce a more concentrated flavo ur than younger vines , with a very fresh, dry flavour and a brilliantly long finish.
Albariño 2018, Camino del Peregrino, Rias Baixas, Spain
From the North West, an area known as Green Spain , where the Spanish hills meet the Atlantic – perfectly suited to the local seafood.
Petit Bourgeois 2018, Henri Bourgeois, Loire, France
Produced in the homeland of Sauvignon Blanc by a great Sancerre producer, Henri Bourgeois, in a more modern, fruitier style.
Natural Muscadet, Domaine Landron, Loire, France
Natural can mean a who array of things when talking about a wine, but think low intervention – minimal pesticides, fewer additives and with as low environmental impact as possible.
Gavi di Gavi 2018, Tenuta Santa Seraffa, Piedmont, Italy
‘The Chablis of Italy’ grown in the far north of the country, with this single estate dating back to the 12 th Century, when wine production began by the local monks.
Organic Grüner Veltliner 2018, Sepp Moser, Kremstal, Austria
One of the top producers in Austria, producing a peppery styled Grün er V eltliner with brilliant underlying minerality
‘Le Clape’ Blanc 2017, Chateau Ricardelle, Languedoc, France
An often overlooked white from the south of France. Chateau Ricardelle being one of the finest producers of this fuller and flavoursome wh ite.
Saint Veran 2017, Domaine de la Chapelle, Burgundy, France
A small production, artisan wine made by Pascal Rollet in the south of Burgundy, where the warmer climate produces richer and fruitier wines.
L’Essen’ciel Savagnin 2017, Domaine Désiré Petit, Jura, France
Jura wines are among the most traditionally styled in the World. Slightly oxidised, they pair e xcellently with creamier and cheese filled dishes.
Puligny-Montrachet 2017, Chanson Pere et Fils, Burgundy, France
One of the world’s most famous wines , with a little age to integrate its delicious balance of fruit and oak. Sublime
Chardonnay 2018, Hamilton Russell, Hemel-en-Aarde, South Africa
South Africa produces tremendo us quality, European styled wines of real class, more than a match for most that Burgundy has to offer.
Sancerre ‘Le MD’ 2018, Henri Bourgeois, Loire, France
Le C ôt e Mont Dames is the finest hill in Sancerre, fought over for centuries and now a patchwork of tiny parcels of top quality vineyards.
Chablis 1er Cru 2018, Closerie des Alisiers, Burgundy, France
From the excellent Stephane Brocard, son of the famous Jean - Marc. Premier Cru wines are a real step up, grown on better slopes in better soil.
Contino Blanco 2017, Rioja Alavesa, Spain
Contino produce wines from their Single Estate in the hills of Rioja, ageing in oak, with very limited production. A very special wine
Merlot 2018, Terres Cortal, Languedoc, France
The most popular of red grapes? Soft and easy drinking on its own, but equally at home as a relaxed glass with lunch.
Montebuena Rioja ‘Oak Aged’ 2017, Rioja Alavesa, Spain
Oak ageing on of a red wine give a wonderful vanilla spice flavour, the trademark of a good Rioja.
Malbec 2018, Cavalo Preto, Mendoza, Argentina
Argentina has reinvented this very classical F rench grape to produce a full and fruity style that has taken the world by storm. Patricio has supplied us with a great cuvée that is great in bar or restaurant.
Dom Martinho 2017, Quinta do Carmo, Alentejo, Portugal
The less well known end of Po rtuguese wines, from further south, where you can really taste the hot climate in the wines. Enjoy with grilled meats.
Organic Pinot Noir 2018, Adobe-Emiliana, Bio-Bio, Chile
A much lighter styled New World Pinot Noir from the cooler Bio - Bio Valley in the Southernmost wine producing area in Chile.
Château Ballan-Larquette 2016, Bordeaux, France
House Claret. In an area famed for some of the most expensive wines in the world, it gives some incredible value as well. Dark and su btle.
‘Baldrick’ Shiraz 2018, Vondeling, Voor paardeberg, South Africa
Originally a limited edition named after the character from Blackadder, but the name stuck. From just north of Stellenbosch, this is a very good Shiraz with excellent balance and poise.
Côtes du Rhône 2017, Brunel de la Gardine, Rhône, France
This Rhô ne producer is best known for their Chateauneuf du Pape, with younger and outlying vines blended into this fantastic Côtes du Rhône.
Salice Salentino Riserva 2014, Cantele, Puglia, Italy
A tiny appellation at the very center of the ‘heel’ of Italy. Smooth and velvet - like body to pair with food and enjoy.
Fleurie 2017, Trenel et Fils, Beaujolais, France
One of the most popular Cru Villages of Beaujolais, especially here in Yorkshire. The Gamay grape is excellent with anything from fish to game.
Pinotage 2018, Southern Right, Walker Bay, South Africa
Pinotage is a crossing of Cinsault and Pinot Noir, giving the best of both varieties. Lighter styled, good structure and very pleasant to drink
Château la Claymore 2015, Lussac Saint Emilion, Bordeaux, France
This ‘Right Bank’ Bordeaux is made using predominately Merlot, to give a wine of good structure but that takes on a lovely aged character
Torre de Oña Rioja Reserva 2014, Rioja Alavesa, Spain
The single vineyard wine from the famed La Rioja Alta estates. A concept adopted from the top estates of Bordeaux in the late 1880’s.
Givry 1er Cru ‘Grande Vignes’ 2017, Parize, Burgundy, France
Givry is from the north of the Côte Chalon naise in Southern Burgundy, giving wines that are savoury and excellent with game and red meat.
‘Los Miradores’ Malbec 2017, Luigi Bosca, Mendoza, Argentina
Top quality, single vineyard Malbec, grown at high altitude from one of the best producers in the region, Luigi Bosca.
‘Avant Guarde’ Pinot Noir 2016, Domaine Carneros, Napa Valley, USA
Domaine Carne ros is the California arm of Taittinger. They grow Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (like in Champagne) for a sparkling wine, but also make this still red wine that is a real showstopper.
Châteauneuf du Pape 2015, Château de la Gardine, Rhône, France
Fa mously a blend of up to thirteen different red grape varieties, this is predominantly old vine Grenache from this very traditional estate
Château Batailley 2012, 5ème Cru Classé Pauillac, Bordeaux, France
Fifth growth’ Pauillac is grown on the Left Bank and is made using predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon, giving a more structured, darker wine, fantastic
‘904’ Gran Reserva 2010, La Rioja Alta, Spain
A top Rioja from one of the very best vintages. Ten years of age in bar rel and then bottle give a brilliantly polished wine of the very highest order.
Guilhem Rosé 2018, Moulin de Gassac, Languedoc, France
Pale and dry, from the area neighbouring Provence.
Indigena Rosé 2019, Adega de Penalva, Dão, Portugal
Portuguese rosé grown inland in the mountains where it is cooler to allow a more gentle colour and crisp style to develop.
Whispering Angel 2019, Château d’Esclans, Provence, France
THE wine of the mome nt? Probably, but it does not disappoint. Crisp, refreshing and delicious
Moscatel 2016, Sennorio di Sarria, Navarra, Spain
A refreshing citrus flavoured dessert wine from Northern Spain.
Château Petit Vedrines 2015, Sauternes, Bordeaux, France
Balanced flavour, not too ‘sticky’ but a wonderful pairing wine.
Late Harvest Mourvedre 2016, Cline Cellars, California, USA
Late harvesting of grapes concentrates the flavours and sugar. This is not too s weet and is perfect with dark chocolate.
Tokaji 5 Puttonyos 2013, Château Derezla, Hungary
Puttonyos denotes the sweetness of the ‘Wine of Kings’ Tokaji. Nectar
10 Year Old White Port, Churchill’s
Aged in barrel just like a Tawny Port. Golden in colour, a sweet, mild sherry like flavour
Late Bottled Vintage 2012, Fonseca
Barrel aged before bottling to age quicker, meaning there is no need to decant before serving
10 Year Old Tawny Port, Churchill’s
Lighter styled and served chilled. A refreshing take on a classic style.
Quinta de Vargellas 2004, Taylor’s
Single vineyard, very good, but not declared vintage year.