W I N E L I S T
N A T U R A L F I Z Z
Pet Nat Rouge ‘Natürlich’ Nantes, France (Gamay de Bouze) £25
Hand harvested and fermented with native yeasts, unfiltered & unfined, no additional sulphites.
F I Z Z C O N T . . .
Langham Estate, Classic Cuvée NV Dorset, England (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier) £39.50
Award-winning Classic Cuvée. Layers of complexity behind a nose of red apple and brioche. The palate is beautifully poised and bursting with flavours reminiscent of honeydew melon and poached pear.
Langham Estate, Blanc de Blancs 2014 Dorset, England, (Chardonnay) £54.50
Fresh citrus backbone layered with toasted hazelnut and grapefruit flavours.
Prosecco Ita, Spumante DOC Brut Veneto, Italy £20
Louis Roederer Brut Vintage 2008 Champagne, France, (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir) £145
N A T U R A L + O R G A N I C W H I T E S
Cortese Vanedda, Bianco, Terre Siciliane 2016 £26.50
It's made from an organic field blend of Catarratto and Grillo, co-fermented on their skins in old Slavonian oak botti to add structure. Orange, Organic, Vegan
Melon de Bourgogne, Landron Chartier, Nantes, France £18
Organic since 2010. Fermentation by natural yeast. Ageing between 6 and 10 months on lees in concrete tank. Fresh fruit aromas.
Pulp Fiction No. 5 Yellow Label, Erich Machherndl, Austria £28
Bursting with aromas of fresh apricot, citra hops, peach skin and Braeburn apple which follow through to the palate.
Back To Silence, Lugana DOC, Ottella, Italy £25
Back to Silence is a limited edition natural wine made like wine used to be in the past: no machines whirring, just silence.
Drei Freunde, 2NaturKinder, Germany £22
Herbal, smoke, apricot. A blend of the three most widely planted varieties in Franconia – Bacchus,
W H I T E S
Fincher, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand £22.50
Bursting with citrus fruits, gooseberry and guava.
Villa Wolf Pinot Gris, Pfalz, Germany £25.50
Gorgeous white peach and grapefruit freshness and with richness and structure to boot.
Bernon, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain £22.50
Fresh citrus & orchard fruit aromas and flavors. Silky & precise.
Icare, Chardonnay, Côtes du Thongue, France £20
Subtle tropical flavors have hints of baking spice, toast and butterscotch.
Jean-Marc Brocard, Chablis 1er Cru Montmains £39.50
On the nose, spicy notes, with flint and citrus fruit aromas. A beautiful minerality.
Fincher & Co, The Dividing Line, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand £31
A full bodied style of Sauvignon Blanc, this is barrel-fermented and richly textured, with a dried herbal edge and a minerality that gives the wine focus.
L’abeille, Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc-Roussillon, France £13.50
A classic Picpoul - dry, citrussy, minerality.
Domaine Daulny, Sancerre £24.50
Made from 40-year-old sauvignon blanc vines, this Sancerre captures the essence of the grape with floral, mineral and ground coffee bean aromas and grapefruit, white peach flavors.
Basa, Telmo Rodriguez, Rueda Blanco, Rueda, Spain £18.50
Packed with crisp, clean yellow plum and white peach on the finish lemon and green apple flavours and is highly refreshing.
Les Anges, Sauvignon Blanc Val de Loire, France £15.50
Cassis leaf, lime & gooseberry. Light & fresh.
R O S É
La Vignette Rosé IGP, Pays D'Oc, France £11.50
Nose of red currants, strawberries, raspberries and rose petal. Well balanced, lively yet supple and creamy on the palate.
Domaine Houchart, Rose Du Provénce, Provénce, France £22.50
Delicate citrus and strawberry aromas that carry onto the palate and develop into flavours of field berries, watermelon and mineral notes.
N A T U R A L + O R G A N I C R E D S
Petit Jola Roche Buissière, Côtes-du-Rhône, France £16
70% Grenache and 30% Syrah
Fruity nose with herbal highlights; fine tannins; a fresh and savoury finish.
Pinot Noir Nature, Yann Durrmann, Alsace, France £22
Raw, crunchy and fresh. Herbal, red berries, blackberries and plum.
Sincronia Negre Organic, Mesquida Mora, Mallorca £19
Shiraz 3%, Callet 18%, Cabernet Sauvignon 29%, Merlot 50%
Redcurrant, blackberry and raspberry.
Passitivo Primitivo, (Organic), IGT Puglia, Italy £23
A fascinating organic Primitivo that offers an intoxicating and brilliant ruby red with violet reflections.
Pegase Rouge, Domaine De L’Epinay, Loire Valley, France £17
Merlot, Cabernet Franc
A very classic French wine that shows fresh, crunchy fruit. The tannins are silky and pleasant and the aromas of ripe red fruits begin to express themselves fully.
R E D S
Casa Silva, Los Lingues, Gran Terroir, Cabernet Sauvignon Colchagua Valley, Chile £28
Chocolate, black cherries & dried plums. Amazing award winning cabernet, you have to try it...
Les Argelieres, Cabernet Franc, Pays d’Oc, France £18
Smooth, fruity and medium bodied on the palate with a spicy finish. A lighter alternative.
Petite Immortelle 2016, Appellation D'Origine Protegee, Languedoc-Roussillon, France £21
Carignan 25%, Grenache 25%, Mourvèdre 25%, Syrah 25%
The essence of Southern France, herbaceous hedgerow fruit with culinary spice overtones.
Seigneurie de Peyrat Grenache, Côtes de Thongue, France £19
Displays perfumed and juicy ripe bramble fruit with voluptuous charm. An excellent partner with game and rich Autumnal dishes.
Scotto Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi, California £25
Rich, multi-layered flavours of dark cherry, plum, cassis and spice precede a finish marked by a subtle touch of vanilla and soft tannins.
Nika Tiki, Pinot Noir 2015, Marlborough, New Zealand £22
Aromas of cherry and raspberry. Plum and truffle on the palate - fabulous Pinot to rival Burgundy.
Arjona, Rioja, Sin Crianza, Spain £15
Ripe and distinguished, a stylish Rioja with subtle oak. Smooth - good all rounder.
Gouguenheim, Flores del Valle, Malbec, 2014 Blue Melosa, Mendoza, Argentina £32.50
Rich, spicy & well balanced. Generous dark fruit & structured tanins.
Château Lynch Moussas, 5e Cru Classe, Pauillac, Bordeaux, France 2015 £71
Raspberry and wild strawberry aromas with woody, forest floor notes.
Los Pueblos, Classic Bordeaux Blend Cristóbal, Mendoza, Argentina £17
50% Malbec, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% Merlot.
An ideal blending of Argentina’s signature grape – Malbec and two of France’s most popular grape varieties – Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, coming together to make a perfectly balanced and well- structured red wine.
Château Cissac, Cru Bourgeois, Haut-Médoc 2014 £34.50
A deep garnet colour with aromas of savoury, herbaceous red and black fruit with hints of tobacco and spice on the nose.
Châteauneuf du Pape, Vieux Télégramme, 2015 £49.50
80% Grenache - 10% Syrah - 6% Mourvèdre - 4% Cinsault.
Lovely soft fruit with spice, plums, herbs and a touch of leather behind.