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Palazzi Durello, Spumante Brut NV

Veneto, Italy. Wonderfully creamy and smooth, this is what the Italians drink in Venice / £12.5

Crémantdu Jura ‘Fruitiére Vinicole d’Arbois’, Chateau Béthanie NV

Jura, France. I prefer this to Champagne! Delicous with a great long-lasting finish / £22.5

Crémantde Loire, De Chancey Brut Rose NV

Loire, France. Wonderfully fruity and smooth, Champagne method without the price tag / £16.5

Tour Des Gendres, Pétillant Naturel NV

Loire, France. Made naturally and fermented in bottle, with big fruity notes of pear and apple / £22

Champagne Laherte Freres Extra Brut Ultradition

Champagne, France. Bone dry with great fresh fruit flavours, very easy to drink / £35

Vouvray Vigneau-Chevreau Petillant Brut

Loire, France. Great citrus and acidity, with a slightly oxidised finish / £20

Prosecco Frizzante NV ‘Col Fondo’ Case Paolin Asolo DOCG

Big floral notes on the nose, yellow fruit & brioche, made organically / £15



Chardonnay, Domaine D’Aubaret, 2016

Languedoc, France. Balanced with citrus & stone fruits, floral & hints of vanilla / £14.5

Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine de la Rablais 2018

Loire, France. Green & flinty, perfect with meaty & oily fish / £15

Gentil d’Alsace, Meyer - Fonné 2018

Alsace, France. A fantastic Alsace Blend, honeyed sweetness followed ripe fruit and a ginger spice / £17

Metiss, Domaine Bott-Geyl, Points Cardinaux 2017

Alsace, France. A rare blend resulting in a floral & aromatic wine, goes really well with game birds / £15

Altesse, ‘En Chivre’2017

Bugey, France. Indigenous Varietal of the region, unoaked but displays a floral, honeyed nose, think chardonnay / £17

Picpoul de Pinet , Chateau de Castelnau 2019

Languedoc, France. A refreshingly green & slatey wine with good acidity & minerality, a winner with seafood / £17


Grillo, Sibliano 2018

Sicily, Italy. Bright & zesty with slight floral notes, really well balanced / £11

Garganega, Fattoria ‘Gregoris’ Soave 2018

Veneto, Italy. Soft & Fruity with yellow plums & a creamy finish / £13.5

Tenuta di Ghizzano il Ghizzano bianco 2018

Tuscany, Italy. Fresh & fruity, very easy drinking. fermented in Stainless steel / £21

Pecorino , Vigneti Radica ‘Tullum’ 2018

Tollo, Italy. Full of citrus & stone fruits with a rich texture & clean mineral finish / £20

Greco di Tufo, Cantine di Marzo 2017

Campagnia, Italy. A medium bodied, savoury & textured wine with great minerality / £20


Xar el-Lo, Can Sumoi 2018

Penedes, Spain. Delicate apple skin & pear with light savoury notes, citrus acidity & a great texture / £21

Tempranillo Blanco, Juan Carlos Sancha Ad Libitum 2018

Rioja, Spain / £17

Txakolina Bat Gara Uno 2018

Pais Vasco, Spain. Made with the amazing Hondarabbi Zuri grape, this green & flinty wine goes well with shellfish / £16

Albarino, Terra de Asorei 2018

Rias Baixas, Spain. The usual citrus freshness as you would expect with a great finish & texture / £12


Riesling, Sybille Kuntz, ‘Qba’ Trocken 2017

Mosel, Germany. Pure and fresh with a hint of white pepper & green apple, bone dry / £20


Furmint, Puklavec 7 Numbers 2018

Podravje, Slovenia. Full bodied, floral & aromatic with a rich texture / £16


Chenin Blanc, ‘The Gatekeepers’ Kloovenburg 2018

Swartland, South Africa. Deliciously well rounded & balanced wine, citrus acidity with a long fruity finish / £13

Chardonnay, Barrel Aged, Holden Manz 2015

Franschhoek, South Africa. ‘Absolutely amazing’ creamy, buttery & smooth with toasted notes with a ripe stone fruit finish & hint of citrus / £30


Pinot Gris, Westbrook 2016

Marlborough, NZ. Spicy & floral with notes of pear, lychee & quince, earthy with a long finish / £19



Grenache/Merlot/Carignan Domaine de Bagnoles, Coteaux de Peyriac 2015

A good medium to full-bodied red, ideal for beef lasagne. Elegant tannins & a rounded, fruity finish / £15

Merlot/Cabernet Franc, Château Penin 2016

Bordeaux Supérieur, France. Unlike traditional wines from the region, easy & elegant with rounded, fleshy fruits & low tannins / £16

Merlot/Cabernet Franc, St Emilion Grand Cru, Domaine Chante Alouette Cormeil 2002

Bordeaux, France. A great vintage filled with red berries & spice, notes of leather & tobacco. Save this for the weekend! / £30

Cabernet Sauvignon, Bonfils Domaine d’Aubaret 2017

Languedoc, France. Full bodied with a long, smooth finish, filled with ripe cherries & raspberries / £14.50

Pinot Noir, Domaine Fournillon 2017

Burgundy, France. Light and juicy with crunchy cranberry and redcurrant fruit, balanced savoury finish / £18

Cote du Rhone, Franck Balthazar 2017

Rhone, France. Juicy plum, blackberry & blackcurrant fruits, typical blend but a brilliant wine / £18

St Emilion Grand Cru, Chateau Jean Voisin 2010

Bordeaux, France. Full bodied merlot dominated blend from a great vintage / £24.5


Sangiovese, Morellino Di Scansano 2017

Tuscany, Italy. Bright & juicy with a pleasant oak spice / £16

Nero d’Avola, Sibiliano 2018

Sicily, Italy. Rich with hints of cherry & fruits of the forest, pepper plums & sweet tannins / £11

Sangiovese/Merlot/Cabernet, Goccia 3Q 2016

Umbria, Italy. Unwooded Sangiovese led blend, fresh & light with a hint of chocolate / £16.5

Sangiovese/merlot, The Juice Asylum Il Terzo Grado 2018

Tuscany, Italy. Cherry sorbet & violet petal with a blackcurrant acidity, the addition of white grapes lead to a great texture / £19

Amarone, Villa Rizzardi

Negrar, Italy. Full Bodied & concentrated yet maintaining a bright freshness, the grapes are dried for 3 & a half months followed by 3 threes of ageing in French oak / £49.5

Chinati Classico, Riserva Castello Di Starda 2015

Chianti, Italy. Complex & structured sangiovese from Tuscany, drinking very well / £23

Nebbiolo, Rugra ‘Scajeta’ 2013

Piemonte, Italy. Barolo without the price tag, ripe fruits with notes of tar and roses. Yum! / £17



Tempranillo, Rioja Joven, Bodega Eduardo Garrido 2017

Bottled in its first year, this medium bodied Rioja is clean & elegant making for very easy drinking / £16


Kotsifali, Lyrarakis 2017

Crete, Greece. Juicy red & dark skinned fruits are followed by a savoury peppery note, great with spiced foods / £15


Shiraz, Soul Growers ‘Slow Grown’ Shiraz

Barossa, Australia. An absolute stunner! aged in new oak this terroir driven wine is long & elegant with rich fruit notes of plum and mulberry / £40

Grenache ‘Forgotten IDA’ Lost Bouy 2016

McLAren Vale, Australia. Generous raspberry & rhubarb, subtly sweet fruitiness with a long creamy finish. YUM YUM! / £27


Grenache Noir, Bosman Family Vineyards 2019

Western Cape, South Africa. Light & fresh fruits with a hint of oaky spice / £12

Cinsault, ‘Twyfeling’ Bosman Family Vineyards 2017

Western Cape, South Africa. Medium bodied but luscious and concentrated with an elegant structure / £19


Carmenere , Casa Silva ‘Los Lingues’ 2017

Colchagua Valley, Chile. Great balance of fruit & oak with notes of boysen berry & tobacco / £20


Malbec, ‘Serbal’ Bodega Atamisque 2018

17 Mendoza, Argentina Juicy concentrated fruit as you would expect but with a much better balance of oak and tannins, high quality


Petite Sirah , ‘The Crusher’ 2016

Napa, USA. Dense blackberry with peppery notes, higher tannins & acidity make this a keeper but so ready to drink now / £19

Cabernet Sauvignon , Daou Vineyards 2017

Pasa Robles, USA. Lots of oak, vanilla & chocolate balanced with juicy dark fruits / £23

Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve , Daou Vineyards 2017

Pasa Robles, USA. The big brother with more concentrated fruits & beautifully silky tannins. One of the best we’ve tasted / £47



Cinsault/Grenache, ‘Tendem’ Bruno Andreu 2018

Languedoc, France. Light & juicy with hints of strawberry & raspberry, dry & refreshing / £12

Syrah/Grenache ‘Carpe Diem’, Domaine l’Ancienne É cole 2018

Rhone, France. Off dry wine with pleasant cherry & strawberry notes, very drinkable & great with spiced food / £14