Very fresh, dry with ripe fruit flavours
Fruity and dry with citrus fruit and some length
Crisp and very fresh with ripe citrussy flavours and a clean finish. Classy Sauvignon
Crisp, aromatic, zesty and showing complexity. Classic Kiwi sauvignon
Fresh, ripe orchard fruit flavours, easy drinking and approachable.
Lovely, fresh, aromatic and dry. Well flavoured – Spain
Elegant, well made Viognier with Peachy aromas and a dry full flavour. Well balanced – Languedoc France
Dry, crisp, minerally and elegant. Classic – Burgundy France
Very fresh, tangy and dry. Classic – Loire France
Very dry, elegant sauvignon with complex mineral character and fruit. Long finish – Loire France
Dry, elegant, complex Sauvignon. Perfect with fish – Loire France
Crisp and well made with crunchy red fruit flavours.
Ripe, medium very fruity easy drinking wine – USA
Ripe juicy wine with plenty of soft plum fruit. Well balanced and quaffable
Spicy, smooth well flavoured wine with a hint of shiraz complexity – South East Australia
Super smooth with ripe expressive fruit. Soft dry finish. Classic modern Rhone – Boissan Rhone France
Smooth, fruity, ripe and well flavoured – Sicily Italy
Smooth and well flavoured, great structure and fruit – Argentina
Perfect with beef.
Super-smooth, dry, elegant and rich – Spain
Smooth, Full flavoured wine with complex ripe fruit and a dry finish – South Africa
Ripe, full bodied fruity-almost New World-style. Rich and soft on the finish. A full bodied wine to go with food.
Lovely elegant medium bodied Pinot Noir; dry, savoury and delicious – New Zealand
Ripe, fruity yet with some depth. Long and smooth on the finish
Lovely fruit expression with hints of cedar and leather. Long, complex and very good – Montagne St Emilion Bordeaux
Appley, fresh, well made and very quaffable – Italy
Delicious, creamy, crisp, classic fizz from Mme Dubois
Classic champagne from this excellent producer – France
Lovely, ripe luscious dessert style wine. Perfect with fruit desserts – Chile
Champagne, White Wine and Rosé Wines are Designated 1 – 9 with 1 being the driest and 9 the sweetest
Red Wines are designated A – E with A being the lightest and softest and E being the deepest and fullest
* Many of our wines are sourced from small suppliers/vineyards, for this reason it be necessary to offer an alternative.
Wine menu is correct as of 03 October 2017 and may change without notice