Wine List

Welcome to our drinks menu.

We start by offering our wines available by the glass and our carefully selected house wines, champagnes and sparkling wines. The full list of white & red wines then follows.

You’ll find a great selection of wines to suit all palates & pockets. There are some good examples of classic styles, together with some interesting new ones too.

We hope that you will experience genuine pleasure from the wines we have chosen. However, on tasting if you find you don’t like the wine, then please choose another. We’d rather replace the wine than for you to drink a wine with your meal that you dislike.

If you like our approach to wine, then you may be interested in our wine weekends which include tutored tastings, or our themed evenings which include matching foods and wines around a particular theme.

Please contact us for more information.

Cheers.

Alison & Andi Sambrook

House White

Pleno Blanco, de Viana, Navarra
Delightfully fresh with Principe undertones of peach and ripe pineapple.
£18.95

White Wines

Trebbiano d’Abruzzo 2014, Gran Sasso
Italy
Fresh melon and lemon on the nose, clean, crispy, dry but juicy on the mouth.
Unoaked with light mineral tones.
£23.95

Picpoul de Pinet ‘Terrasse de la Mer’ 2015
Languedoc
Crisp, dry & mineral with citrus and tropical notes. Perfect match for shellfish but goes with virtually anything.
£25.50

Dart Valley Reserve 2013, Sharpham Estate
Devon
Crisp with fresh minerality, herbaceous notes
and a great balance of fruit and light oak. Like a cross between Sancerre & Picpoul.
£27.00

Chenin Blanc, Avondale 2014
Paarl S.A.
Perfect South African Chenin Blanc.
Well-rounded,full texture with hints of pear drops and ripe melon at the finish.
£25.75

McHenry-Hohnen 3 Amigos White 2011,
Margaret River, Oz
The 3 Amigos being Marsanne, Chardonnay and Roussanne. The bouquet of a good wine but, on tasting, the chardonnay blends with the Marsanne, Roussanne and some oak-ageing to create a wonderful wine experience.
From the relatively new, but excellent, Margaret River region south of Perth.
£29.50

House Red

Merlot, Villar Rica 2016, Valle Central, Chile
Soft and velvety in texture with soft fruit on the palate and great depth of flavour.
£18.95

Red Wines

Morgon, Dmn. de la Chaponne 2014
Beaujolais
Fragrant, bright young cherry with an impressive depth of flavour. Superbly situated vines and a keen, young winemaker!
£27.95

Lagarde Estate ‘Guarda’ 2012, Mendoza
Argentina
Malbec & Cabernet with added Merlot & Syrah. A powerful, rich & complex wine. Intense aromas of smoky forest berries with hints of vanilla.
£32.50

Chateau Musar 2007, Bekka’a Valley
Lebanon
Rich, mature wine with oak, spice and currant tastes similar to a good claret but with an almost sweet, exotic edge to it.
£39.95

Juniper Crossing Cabernet Merlot 2012,
Margaret River, Oz
Rich, juicy mix of blackcurrant, cherry & plums, subtle spice, oak and a long finish. This region is producing wines of great depth and character.
£28.95

Chateau Fourcas-Hosten 2007, Listrac,
Medoc
The commune of Listrac, situated on some of the highest land in the Medoc has been quietly producing wonderful wines for a long time, particularly this fine Chateau.
£33.50

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“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatest perfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciation than, possibly, any other purely sensory thing.”

Ernest Hemingway