Wine List

Bin Description ABV% Half Bottle/Bottle
1 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale, Brut, France
A small, champagne house situated in Châlons-sur-Marne. A biscuity character, this blend has equal quantities of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
12.0 £27.50
2 Tanners Brut Extra Réserve, France

With fruit, style and elegance, this champagne is produced for Tanners by a highly
reputed champagne house, a group of small growers, each carefully tending small vineyards above Epernay in the heart of the Champagne region.



3 Michel Arnould Brut Rosé, France
A gorgeous, rich rosé colour with typical Pinot fruit on the nose, wonderfully fresh
with notes of red-berried fruit and cherries. The mousse is fine with lovely richness and well-balanced acidity. An excellent, full-flavoured rosé.
12.0 £48.00
4 Prosecco Vino Frizzante, Fabio Ceschin, Veneto, Italy
The Prosecco grapes for this wine are from the foothills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. The result is a gently sparkling wine with lovely peachy fruit, the palate is deliciously juicy with super balance. A great apéritif.
10.5 £23.00
5 Tanners Cava Brut, Traditional Method, Spain
A superb, creamy, biscuity Cava with a lovely fine mousse and plenty of character. Made by the same method as champagne, it has style and finesse beyond its price.
12 £22.00
6 Rosé Vino Frizzante, Fabio Ceschin, Veneto, Italy

From the little known Raboso grape variety, this is a charming rosé full of soft raspberry fruit. On the palate it is light and fresh intially full of sweet fruit then perfectly balanced acidity refreshes the palate.

11 £23.50
7 Sancerre, André Dezat et Fils, France
It is dry, fruity with a wonderfully delicate bouquet and great length.
12.5 £20.50
8 Chablis, Domaine des Valery 2015, France
Green-tinged hues, an elegant slightly steely quality with aromas and flavours of
freshly baked brioche.
12.5 £21.75
9 Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine des Lauriers, Coteaux du Languedoc, France
Try this instead of your Chablis or Sauvignon. Fresh, lean, steely, mineral and bone dry. The perfect match for seafood.
13 £22.75
10 Freedom Cross Chenin Blanc, Coastal Region, South Africa
Full, ripe apple fruit mingles with tropical flavours leading to a clean, dry finish.
12.5 £19.50
11 Rémi & Jérôme Sauvignon, IGP d’Oc, France
A full, fresh Sauvignon with ripe and tasty tropical fruit flavours putting it firmly in the Kiwi style Sauvignon camp.
12.5 £22.00
12 La Petite Vigne Viognier, IGP d’Oc, France
Aromatic and fresh wine with lovely peach and apple blossom character and good peachy fruit on the palate.
12.5 £21.00
13 Pask Sauvignon Blanc, Gimblett Gravels, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
A typical New Zealand Sauvignon with opulent, ripe, tropical fruit and all the classic Sauvignon character one could wish for.
11.5 £27.00
14 Sonnhof Grüner Veltliner, Jurtschitsch, Austria
A terrific dry white from Austria, this is full of zippy grapefruit character but with body and richness to back it up, with hints of characteristic spice and pepper on the finish. Delicious.
12.5 £27.50
15 Rioja Vega Blanco, Rioja, Spain

A light fragrant Rioja made from the Viura grape variety. Youthful fruity citrus
flavours with a fresh clean with hints of herbs on the finish, this is un-oaked and juicy.

12.5 £20.75
16 Mâcon-Lugny, Les Genièvres, Maison Louis Latour 2014, France
Louis Latour’s ever-popular Mâcon-Lugny comes from the heart of Mâconnais area. It is heavier than Chablis and other Burgundies from further north, yet has a crisp, creamy elegance.
13.0 £34.50
17 Gewurztraminer, Cuvée René Dopff, Dopff & Irion 2014, France
Fine, richly textured Gewurztraminer from the co-operative at Pfaffenheim. A spicy, rose petal nose then a firm, fruit-filled palate, with typical lychee and Turkish Delight flavours. Fresher and crisper than many, it is off-dry.
13.5 £28.00
18 House of Certain Views Chardonnay, Hunter Valley, Australia

This flavoursome white is made by Andrew and Lisa Margan from grapes sourced from contacts around the Hunter Valley. Andrew says the inspiration for the name came when he used to work in Bordeaux and passed Vieux Château Certan every day.

12.5 £26.00
19 Kebrilla Grillo, Fina, Sicilia IGP, Italy
A fascinating wine that sings with blossom and orange peel on the nose and in the mouth ahead of a long, dry finish.
13.5 £26.50
20 Pinot Noir, Esterházy, Austria
A strawberry and cherry scented Pinot with nuances of oak.
13.5 £29.50
21 Mâcon Rouge, Les Bruyères, Domaine Guerrin et Fils, France
A light, fruity red and very much in the style of a good, fresh Fleurie.
12.5 £24.50
22 Côte de Brouilly, Les Volcaniques, J Charlet, France

Its has aromas of violets, then red fruits and little tannin.

13.0 £25.75

Trentham Estate Pinot Noir 2014, New South Wales, Australia
Full of red berry fruit, toasty oak and a soft, lingering finish.

13.5 £31.00
24 Chianti DOCG, Duca di Sasseta, Italy
Soft and flavour some Chianti with good depth, red fruit and easy tannins on the
finish. This winery aims to produce modern style wines that are very drinkable.
13.0 £23.50
25 Château Montaiguillon, Montagne-Saint-Emilion 2012, France
This has a delicious supple red fruit character of plums, blackcurrants and cherries backed up by good structure and ripe tannins.
13.5 £21.00
26 Rioja Vega Crianza, Rioja, Spain
The winery at Rioja Vega was overhauled in 2001 and their wines have surged forward. From Tempranillo with a little Mazuelo and Garnacha, this smooth, soft, richly-fruited red, has spice and vanilla from 12 months in American oak.
13.5 £16.00


27 Château Semonlon, Haut-Médoc, France
This has lovely, soft Merlot fruit with ripe tannins and red berry fruit flavours on the palate. It sees no oak ageing, thereby retaining all its fresh fruit character.
13.5 £29.75
28 Freedom Cross Pinotage, Coastal Region, South Africa

Softly styled with intense blackberry fruit and mocha coffee notes.

13.5 £19.50
29 Rayun Carmenère, Valle Central, Chile
It has taken a while, but Chilean winemakers now understand this old Bordeaux grape variety: late picking and slightly cooler slopes are key, and the result is a rich, curranty wine with depth and length.
13.5 £21.00
30 Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Les Galets de la Berthaude, Roger Perrin 2015 France
A superb Châteauneuf that delivers gentle bramble fruit, dried herbs and a soft,
rounded palate.
14.5 £41.00
31 Viña Arana Reserva, Rioja, La Rioja Alta 2008. Spain
Soft, spicy with real power that is delivered in a velvet glove. Mellow and dry on the finish, this shows why Rioja is so special.
13.5 £38.50
32 Massaya Classic, Bekaa Valley 2013, Lebanon

Spicy notes with ripe, meaty, blackberry and red fruits, and a touch of chocolate. This supple, round wine is from an exciting French-Lebanese collaboration, which owns vineyards at an altitude of 1,000 metres in the Bekaa Valley.

14.5 £29.50
33 Don Cristóbal 1492 Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina

A perfect combination of ripe red fruit character and spice, enhanced by subtle use French oak barrels. The palate is rich, beefy and almost savoury with lovely length.

14.0 £26.00
34 House of Certain Views Shiraz, Orange, Margan Wines, Australia
We can’t be certain what views Andrew Margan gets from his house; hopefully they’re as stunning as this wine. Black berry fruit meets smoky bacon and wait for those soft, silky tannins to kick in. Pure velvet and a great view!
13.5 £28.00
35 Cousiño Macul Antiguas Reservas, Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo, Chile
Aged for one year in French oak with further ageing in bottle, the style here is quite classic having excellent ripe blackcurrant flavours with a good backbone. Good length too.
14.0 £26.75
36 Barolo DOCG, Manfredi 2012, Italy

Full of character this is a fine Barolo with all the complex flavours you expect –
violets, chocolate, and cherry fruit.

14.0 £39.50

Château Les Miaudoux, Bergerac Rosé, France
Gérard and Nathalie Cuisset acquired Miaudoux in 1986 and have succeeded with this delightful strawberry and white currant rosé. 100% organic, Cabernet grapes give a light clairette style, with subtle tannins and juicy acidity.

12.5 £23.50
38 Terra de Lobos Rosé, Tejo, Casal Branco, Portugal

A super ripe fruited wine full of red berry character, succulent and attractive this is easy drinking rosé at its best.

12.5 £21.00
39 Muscat de St-Jean-de-Minervois, Vignerons de Septimanie, France

From the tiny Southern French village of Saint Jean de Minervois, an unmistakable Muscat. Think of the ripest bunch of raisined grapes squeezed into your glass; deliciously sweet, but not cloying with a kick of lemony acidity.

15 £16.50
40 Mitchell Noble Semillon, Clare Valley – Half, Australia
A great, full-on, late harvest sweetie with a silky texture and excellent balance. Intensely concentrated tropical fruit flavours dance on the mid-palate. Made by stalwart Clare producers, Andrew and Jane Mitchell.
12.2 £19.75
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Outback Chase Colombard – Chardonnay, 2010 SE Australia

A fresh, lively, medium-bodied ‘Aussie’ blend, with ripe fruit flavors and fresh citrussy acidity. An ideal alternative to ‘Old World’ wines.

12.5 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Los Romeros Sauvignon Blanc, Centrall Valley, Chile

A typical, zingy, fresh Sauvignon Blanc with a touch of lime sorbet, melon and passion fruit.

12.5 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Corte Vigna Pinot Grigio, Provincia di Pavia, Italy 2000

Off dry, light and fresh with attractive fruit flavors of strawberry and morel cherry. A delicate pink hue from brief contact with the skins.

12.0 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Cono Sur Riesling, Chile 2009/10

A refreshing wine with a touch of lime blossom and crisp, citrus fruit

13.5 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Corte Vigna Pinot Grigio Rosé delle Venezie, Italy 2007/08

Off-dry delicate fresh strawberry and cherry.

12.0 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Outback Chase Shiraz Cabernet, SE Australia 2010

Fruit-driven and medium-bodied with a spicy, peppery character and soft, juicy tannins. An ideal alternative to ‘Old World’ wines.

13.0 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Le Carprice Cabernet Sauvignon, France 2008

A well structured wine with a touch of mint and green pepper with the juicy fruit coming forward on the finish.

13.0 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass
Merlot, VdP d’Oc, Tanners, France 2007

With ripe juicy damson fruit balanced by a hint of capsicum.

12.5 Bottle
250ml Glass
175ml Glass