Our wine list is compiled to match our philosophy with the food menu.The list is made up of a broad range of small, quality conscious producers from across the globe marrying old world favourites with some exciting new world finds.

We operate Le Verre de Vin wine preservation system which enables us to offer a wide selection of wines by the glass safe in the knowledge that their quality is not compromised.

Our wine service is aimed at being relaxed & unobtrusive, a sample to taste will be poured & the first glass, then we will leave you to finish the bottle at your own pace.

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1. Delamotte Brut NV, Le Mesnil sur Oger (Grand Cru)
Situated in the heart of Mesnil sur Oger, the finest Grand Cru Chardonnay vineyards. The 5th oldest House & sister property to Salon the rarest of Champagnes.
£54.00 Bottle | £9.50 125ml Glass

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2. Laurent-Perrier Brut NV, Tours-sur-Marne
One of the rare family owned house (Nonancourt), Chardonnay makes up 55% of the blend & accounts for the refined, elegant style.
£59.50 Bottle

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3. Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV, Montagne de Reims
Intense, Pinot Noir dominated blend. Full bodied yet delightfully fresh.
£76.50 Bottle

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4. Bollinger Special Cuvée NV, Ay Vallee de la Marne
Wonderful Champagne with great depth of flavour and a long finish.
£80.00 Bottle

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5. Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut NV, Tours-sur-Marne
Rose Champagne accounts for less than 5% of overall production but L-P have made theirsin to the iconic wine of the region.
£86.50 Bottle

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6. Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 2004, Cote des Blancs
The‘flower bottle’ design evokes the Belle Epoch era of the 1890’s. Outstanding fragrance & style.
£132.00 Bottle

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7. Dom Perignon 2003, Epernay
Magnificent cuvee produced by Moet et Chandon. Astonishingly consistent quality.
£175.00 Bottle

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8. Salon 1999 Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger
The rarest wine in Champagne with the 1999 being the 37th vintage…..Dom Perignon produce more in a single vintage than Salon have made in history!
£300.00 Bottle

9. Prosecco Le Colture Sylvoz Brut NV, Veneto, Italy
A sparkling wine with bags of personality & integral part of the Bellini cocktail. Very pale & light with fresh grape must & apricot fruit.
£33.50 Bottle £6.50 125ml Glass

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10. Le Colture Rose Sylvoz Brut NV, Veneto
One of wine critic Hugh Johnson’s top pick producers for Italian sparkling wines.
£34.75 Bottle

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11. Gribble Bridge 2009 Brut NV Biddenden, Kent, England
A terrific English sparkler with refined orchard fruit & a fine, persistent mousse.
£40.50 Bottle

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20. Il Carretto Bianco di Puglia 2015, Apuglia, Italy
Delicate floral aromas & generous peachy fruit…..no oak here.
£21.50 Bottle | £3.95 125ml Glass | £5.2 175ml Glass | £12.50 375ml Carafe

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21. Casa Felipe Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Central Valley 
The San Pedro winery is amongst Chiles's oldest with substantial holdings in many prime sites.Elderflower & nettle aromas are complemented by slighly richer passion fruit notes on the palate.
£23.50 Bottle | £4.15 125ml Glass | £5.70 175ml Glass | £13.50 375ml Carafe

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22. Pinot Grigio Montevento 2015, Veneto, Italy
Italy’s most successful white with floral aromas, stone fruit flavours & mineral finish.
£26.50 Bottle | £4.70 125ml Glass | £6.45 175ml Glass | £14.75 375ml Carafe

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23. El Campesino Chardonnay 2015, Central Valley
A deliciously light, unoaked Chardonnay that has crisp lemon & riper mango notes.
£23.50 Bottle | £4.15 125ml Glass | £5.70 175ml Glass | £13.25 375ml Carafe

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24. Picpoul de Pinet 2015 Morin de Langaran, Languedoc, France
A great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc, Picpoul manages to hold on to all its freshness in the hot south of France.
£28.00 Bottle | £4.95 125ml Glass | £7.15 175ml Glass | £15.50 375ml Carafe

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25. Ana Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Marlborough, New Zealand
From Marlborough’s Wairau Plains, this is a textbook Kiwi Sauvignon bursting with elderflower, gooseberry & riper passion fruit flavours.
£32.00 Bottle | £5.45 125ml Glass | £7.70 175ml Glass | £17.50 375ml Carafe

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24. Picpoul de Pinet 2015 Morin de Langaran, Languedoc, France
A great alternative to Sauvignon Blanc, Picpoul manages to hold on to all its freshness In the hot south of France.
£28.00 Bottle

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26. Chablis 2015 Domaine Vincent Dampt, Burgundy
The classic example of unoaked chardonnay that has been copied the World over but never quite matched. Citrus & orchard fruit & a minerally finish.
£45.00 Bottle

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27. Terre de Lumiere Viognier 2015 d’Alibert, Languedoc
Viognier is a difficult grape to grow but rewards those that do with delicious, delicately flavoured, peachy wines. 
£25.95 Bottle

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28. Sancerre, 2015 Domaine de Nozay, Central Loire
Phillippe de Benoist farms his vineyards organically and produces elegant, restrained wines. This wine has a refined citrus and elderflower fruit intensity.
£45.00 Bottle

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29. Condrieu 2011 Domaine Tardieu-Laurent, Northern Rhone, France
Viognier is the grape variety here & Condrieu it’s historical & finest home. Exotic, orange blossom & white peaches that are held in check by a lovely structure & great balance.
£78.00 Bottle

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30. Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Abbaye de Morgeot 2010 Leflaive, Burgundy
A wonderfully crafted Chardonnay from a fine Premier Cru. Olivier Leflaive’s house specialises in its whites, this is Burgundy at its Zenith.
£105.00 Bottle

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Italy

20. Il Carretto Bianco di Puglia 2015, Apuglia, Italy
Delicate floral aromas & generous peachy fruit…..no oak here.
£21.50 Bottle

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22. Pinot Grigio Montevento 2015, Veneto, Italy
Italy’s most successful white wine with floral aromas, stone fruit flavours & mineral finish.
£26.50 Bottle

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31. Fiano del Salento 2015 Masseria Bianca, Puglia, Italy
Southern Italy’s finest white grape produces a delicate, peachy wine with a wonderful texture & refreshing minerality .
£26.00 Bottle

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32. Gavi di Gavi 2015 Fratellis Levis, Piedmont, Italy
Piedmont’s top white made entirely from the Cortese grape. Elegant & understated with apricot & a hint of orange zest.
£31.75 Bottle

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Spain

33. Albarino Veigadares 2012/2013 Rais Baixas, Galicia, Spain
A 5* Gold Medal winner in Decanter Magazine, this is an excellent partner to any fish dish.
£41.50 Bottle

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Australia

34. Three Amigos Marsanne Rousanne Chardonnay 2009/2011, W. Australia
A Rhone ranger white blend with a little chardonnay to add weight. Waxy, melon & honey tinged citrus fruit.
£42.00  Bottle

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South Africa

35. Old Vines Chenin Blanc 2015, Stellenbosch
The Old Vines Estate has some of the oldest Chenin Blanc vineyards in Stellenbosch. Honeysuckle & pear flavours & good richness on the palate.
£29.00 Bottle

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New Zealand

25. Ana Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Marlborough 
From Marlborough’s Wairau Plains, this is a textbook Kiwi Sauvignon bursting with elderflower, gooseberry & riper passion fruit flavours.
£32.00 Bottle

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36. CJ Pask unoaked Chardonnay 2011/2013, Hawkes Bay
Fruit driven style with citrus, green apple & riper tropical notes from NZ’s north island.
£34.00 Bottle

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37. Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2015, Marlborough
New Zealand’s iconic winery that firmly put them on the map as World class producers of Sauvignon Blanc.
£60.00 Bottle

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Chile

21. Casa Felipe Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Central Valley 
The San Pedro winery is amongst Chiles's oldest with substantial holdings in many prime sites.Elderflower & nettle aromas are complemented by slighly richer passion fruit notes on the palate.

£23.50 Bottle

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23. El Campesino Chardonnay 2015, Central Valley
A deliciously light, unoaked Chardonnay that has crisp lemon & riper mango notes.
£23.50 Bottle

38. Pinot Grigio Blush 2015, Montevento, Veneto, Italy
A delicate pink with summer berry fruit complementing the typical stone fruit flavours.
£26.50 Bottle | £4.70 125ml Glass | £6.45 175ml Glass | £18.80 375ml Carafe

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39. Nelson Estate Rose 2013, Paarl, S Africa

Cabernet Sauvignon makes dark rose wines with ripe cherry& fruits of the forest flavours
£28.00 Bottle | £4.95 125ml Glass | £7.15 175ml Glass | £19.80 375ml Carafe

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40. Chateau La Tour de L’Eveque Rose 2015, Cotes de Provence, France
Exceptional organic Provence rose made by very low pressure pressing of the grapes which results in a free run, delicate pink with lovely aromatics & great length.
£34.50 Bottle

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60. El Campesino Cabernet / Carmenere 2015, Chile
A blend of 70% Cabernet topped up with Carmenere & produced organically. This is a real crowd pleaser with generous dark berry fruit.
£21.50 Bottle | £3.95 125ml Glass | £5.20 175ml Glass | £12.25 375ml Carafe

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61. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Rocastella 2015, Italy
Medium bodied & packed with morello cherry fruit & the earthy complexity found in the wines from the best area of Rocastella.
£26.50 Bottle | £4.70 125ml Glass | £6.45 175ml Glass | £14.75 375ml Carafe

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62. Heywood Shiraz 2014/2015, South East Australia
A great Shiraz with dark berry & damson fruit with dried herbs & spice.
£26.50 Bottle | £4.70 125ml Glass | £6.45 175ml Glass | £14.75 375ml Carafe

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63.Bain’s Kloof Merlot 2014/2016, Breede River, South Africa
From the Cape’s most arid vineyards comes this fruit packed, easy drinking Merlot.
£26.50 Bottle | £4.70 125ml Glass | £6.45 175ml Glass | £14.75 375ml Carafe

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64. Beaujolais La Caves de Croisee 2014 Ferraud, France
A match for many a Cru Beaujolais & blended in part from fruit grown in Fleurie & Brouilly. Juicy red berries & perfect with lamb
£32.00 Bottle | £5.45 125ml Glass | £7.70 175ml Glass | £17.50 375ml Carafe

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65. Bodegas Zugober Rioja Crianza 2012/2013 Belezos, Spain
An exceptional Rioja producer based in the high quality Alavesas area of Rioja. Rich Fruitcake & dark berry fruit complemented by mellow, cedary oak
£32.00 Bottle | £5.45 125ml Glass | £7.70 175ml Glass | £17.50 375ml Carafe

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66. Malbec 2014 Bodegas Ruca Malen, Mendoza, Argentina
The Malbec grape is producing some of the finest reds in Argentina. Layers of concentrated, dark cherry & plummy fruit with a creamy richness.
£37.00 Bottle | £6.10 125ml Glass | £8.40 175ml Glass | £20.00 375ml Carafe

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67. Vina Mar Reserva Pinot Noir 2015, Casablanca Valley
Casablanca’s cooler climate is the perfect home for Pinot Noir where it is able to retain all of its inherent complexity. Medium bodied & ideal with lamb dishes.
£28.00 Bottle | £4.95 125ml Glass | £7.15 175ml Glass | £15.50 375ml Carafe

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France

A selection here from the classic wine producing areas of France

68. Cotes du Rhone 2013/2015 Vignobles Gonnet, Southern Rhone
The Gonnet family own top Chateauneuf Estate Font de Michelle & use some younger vine fruit from the estate in this blend. Soft, with damson & red berry fruit.
£28.50 Bottle

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69. Chateau La Fleur des Graves 2012, Bordeaux
2010 was a magnificent vintage in Bordeaux & this Merlot dominated blend has rich, heady fruit seasoned with some new oak barrels.
£37.50 Bottle

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64. Beaujolais Villages La Caves de Croisee 2014/2015 Ferraud
A match for many a Cru Beaujolais & blended in part from fruit grown in Fleurie & Brouilly. Juicy red berries & perfect with lamb
£32.00 Bottle

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70. Chateauneuf du Pape Reserve 2012 Chateau Beauchene, Southern Rhone
A full bodied, boldly flavoured, rich red with warm bramble fruit & a sappy, almost Port like quality from ageing in old oak barrels.
£58.00 Bottle

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71. Gevrey Chambertin 2009 Louis Boillot, Burgundy
Sourced from a number of small vineyards this is full of mixed red fruit flavours with good weight, concentration & a long finish.
£78.00 Bottle

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72. Cote Rotie La Landonne 2001 Rene Rostaing, Northern Rhone, France
Hermitage & Cote Rotie compete as the two finest red wine appellations of the Rhone Valley. Cote Rotie is literally the ‘roasted hill’, a superb, albeit tiny vineyard making Nuanced wines with great perfume & style
£120.00 Bottle

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73. Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2009 Chateau de la Tour, Burgundy, France
With the ever spiralling cost of Grand Cru Burgundy, chateau de la Tour represents something of an insiders wine & a regular critics pick as best wine of the vintage. A short time in a decanter allows the wine to show its full breeding & complexity.br /> £158.00 Bottle

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USA

74. Californio Syrah 2008 Hyde de Villaine, Carneros, California
A dual effort from Larry Hyde & Aubert de Villaine of Domaine de la Romanee Conti. Syrah is a very hot grape variety in California at the moment & this shows why with a whopping 93 points from Robert Parker.
£85.00 Bottle

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Italy

61. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo ‘Rocastella’ 2015 Villa Bizarri, Marche
Medium bodied & packed with morello cherry fruit & the earthy complexity found in the wines from the best area of Rocastella.
£26.50 Bottle

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75. Chianti Classico Terre di Prenzano 2013 Vignamaggio, Tuscany
One of Chianti’s oldest & finest estates……the Vignamggio family commissioned the painting of the Mona Lisa. Medium bodied with a pronounced red berry character typical of Sangiovese.
£37.95 Bottle

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Spain

76. PSI 2010 Peter Sisseck, Ribera del Duero, Spain
Peter Sisseck is the winemaker behind Pingus which stands alongside Vega Sicilai as Spain’s finest wine. He makes PSI from a separate parcel of vines in Ribera with 100% Tempranillo.
£55.00 Bottle

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77. Mas Oliveras Tempranillo 2015 Bodegas Roqueta, Catalunya
Exceptional value can be found in Spain’s lesser known regions. This is ripe, full of red fruits & generous from one of Spain’s oldest Bodegas.
£23.50 Bottle

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65. Bodegas Zugober Rioja Crianza 2012/2013 Belezos, Spain
An exceptional Rioja producer based in the high quality Alavesas area of Rioja. Rich Fruitcake & dark berry fruit complemented by mellow, cedary oak
£32.00 Bottle

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Argentina

66. Malbec 2014 Bodega Ruca Malen, Mendoza
The Malbec grape is producing some of the finest reds in Argentina. Layers of concentrated, dark cherry & plummy fruit with a creamy richness.
£37.00 Bottle

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Chile

60. El Campesino Cabernet / Carmenere 2015, Colchagua
A blend of 70% Cabernet topped up with Carmenere & produced organically. This is a real crowd pleaser with generous dark berry fruit.
£21.50 Bottle

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67. Vina Mar Reserva Pinot Noir 2015, Casablanca Valley
Casablanca’s cooler climate is the perfect home for Pinot Noir where it is able to retain all of its inherent complexity. Medium bodied & ideal with lamb dishes.
£28.00 Bottle

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Australia

62. Heywood Shiraz 2015, South East Australia
A great Shiraz from South Eastern Australia. Dark berry & blood plum fruits, layered with dried herbaceous spice.
£26.50 Bottle

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New Zealand

78. Eradus Pinot Noir 2011/2015, Marlborough
New Zealand has had great success with its Pinot Noir. Richer & more fruit led than a Burgundy.
£41.00 Bottle

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South Africa

63. Bain’s Kloof Merlot 2012/2014, Breede River
From some of the Cape’s most arid vineyards, comes this fruit packed, easy drinking Merlot.
£26.50 Bottle

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79. Rhebokskloof Pinotage, Paarl 2012
South Africa’s unique grape variety is at its best in Paarl, producing a ripe,bramble & spice flavoured wine, with a smoky oak nuances on the finish.
£30.00 Bottle

Vintages subject to change

100. Muscat de Beaumes de Venise 2007 Domaine Coyeux
Seductive, yet fresh with notes of apricot, honey, spice and flowers. A World class Muscat.
£3.40 50ml Glass | £25.50 Half Bottle

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101. Chateau Briatte Sauternes 2009, France
Sauternes is generally considered to be the epitome of sweet wines. Made from Semillon grapes that have shrivelled & intensified due to noble rot.
£4.50 50ml Glass | £33.75 Half Bottle

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102. Sticky Mickey Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Eradus, NZ
Appealing aromas of apricots, dried fruit and honey on the nose. The palate shows mango, tropical fruit and melon flavours and great limey acidity which gives backbone to the ripe fruit flavours. A lingering, delicious finish!
£4.00 50ml Glass | £29.00 Half Bottle

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