Wines & Champagnes

white/rose wines are numbered 1–9
1 – being the driest through to
9 – being the sweetest
red wines are listed A-E
A – being the lightest through to
E – being the most powerful and full bodied

Chile: Cono Sur Los Gansos Sauvignon Blanc 2012

1/ A bright, crisp Sauvignon blanc with citrus flavours. Aromas of green apple and herbaceous make this refreshingly harmonious. FYI – Cono Sur’s famous geese are free to roam the vineyards throughout the growing season, eating the pests and insects that would, if unchecked, attack and damage the vines. Thanks to their appetite the grapes can grow without the need for spray pesticides! 12%

125ml

3.95

175ml

4.65

250ml

5.45

Btl

16.95

California: Angels flight white zinfandel 2012

5/ Juicly refreshing rose packed full of crushed strawberry and raspberry aromas. A smooth well balanced finish with a hint of sweetness. FYI-White Zinfandel is so sweet and soft that it is the most popular choice of rose wines. It is typically manufactured for immediate consumption rather than ageing. 10%

125ml

3.95

175ml

4.65

250ml

5.45

Btl

16.95

Australia: Curious by McPherson Shiraz 2013

C/ This robust wine has an intense aroma of dark fruits as a Shiraz should. Deep purple in colour it has secondary aromas of chocolate and spice making it a great partner for any meaty dish! 14%

125ml

3.95

175ml

4.65

250ml

5.45

Btl

16.95

Prosecco, sparkling wine and champagne

2/ Abbazia prosecco – Italy

A superb gentle fizz with a fatastic cork and string presentation. A great example of the classic prosecco spago with a mix of biscuits and pear with a crisp finish. 11%

Btl

21.95

1/ Baron de beaupre champagne – France

A lingering creamy texture with an elegant fruitiness. Perfect for any special occasion

125ml

6.50

Btl

29.95



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