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Chardonnay, Rowlands Brook, South Australia Fresh, vibrant un-oaked chardonnay bursting with flavours of citrus and stone-fruit and good length of flavour.

Sauvignon Blanc, Plaimont, Gascony, France Zippy southern French sauvignon from a great producer. Herbaceous- great with seafood.

Shiraz, Rowlands Brook, South Australia Brimming with ripe black fruits and a subtle spice. This is a good full-bodied all-rounder.

Merlot, Ladera Verde, Central Valley, Chile The palate is ripe and rounded with attractive balance the sweet berry fruit balanced by fresh, juicy acidity on the finish.

Rosé, Bastide de Pigné Pays de Var, Provence, France Dry and food friendly with strawberry, cranberry and cream flavours. Generous and aromatically complex.

Pinot Grigio Rosé, Amori, Piedmont, Italy This Rosé has a delicate pink colour. On the nose it offers an elegant fruity bouquet. On the palate, it is silky and smooth, with crisp and lingering raspberry flavours.


Blanc de Noirs, Michel Guilleminot Champagne 115c Blanc de Noirs, Michel Guilleminot champagne (half) A true ‘growers’ Champagne; 100% pinot noir grown, produced and bottled by the Guilleminot family. Offering a weight, texture and complexity that defies its price. Delicious.


Muscadet Sur Lie Fief de la Brie The perfect foil for seafood, but also great an an aperitif. Dry, but with added roundness from having been aged ‘sur lie’ (on its lees). Also in a half bottle.

Sancerre, Domaine Daulny Pristine sauvignon at its very best - luscious and pronounced with flavours of crisp, green apple and citrus and a touch of tropical fruit.

Sauvignon de Touraine, Domaine Bellevue Pristine, grassy grapefruit flavour and a fresh, minerally finish. Picked super ripe for intensity.

Pouilly-Fumé, Domaine Des Fines Caillottes, Alain Pabiot Classic grassy aromas with a definite hint of citrus on the nose and then on the palate there is a crisp mineral character and green fruit on the finish. Excellent.

Sancerre Rosé, Domaine Daulny Packed with delicious summer fruit flavours, this Pinot Noir Rosé is perfect for drinking with spicy dishes and seafood.

Gavi, Alasia, Piedmont, Italy The palate is generously fruity, with an opulent mouthfeel and weight, but with a lively crisp and fresh acidity so typical of the great wines of Gavi. Delicious.

Chardonnay, Domaine du Cléray, Loire, France Clean as a whistle. The mineral-laden soil in which this chardonnay fruit is grown is evident in the wine, crisp, fresh citrus and mineral undertones reminiscent of Chablis.

Picpoul de Pinet, Racine, Languedoc, France This is a brilliant alternative to Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, there is a spritzy, delicately spiced backbone to this cuvee. Fresh and unoaked, thoroughly modern and food friendly.

Rioja Blanco, Bodegas Urbina, Spain The inviting nose of melon, apple, and pear is irresistible and leads you to a palate which is smooth-textured, flavourful and lively.

Pinot Grigio, Amori, Piedmont, Italy A little more weight and complexity than most, classic citrus notes and freshening acidity. A great all round wine.


Chardonnay, Ladera Verde, Central Valley, Chile Luscious and easy drinking, this is a fresh tropical scented Chardonnay from a group of very reliable winemakers.

Chardonnay Reserva, Pacifico Sur, Casablanca, Chile Ripe tropical fruit to the fore with a lengthy, balanced finish of lemon peel and melon.

Chardonnay, Sumaridge, Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa The typically lively minerality combines effortlessly with lime, quince and citrus blossom as fresh flavours which augment the richly textured mouth feel. A versatile wine of classic style.

Chardonnay, Riddoch, Coonawarra, South Australia Epitomises the fruity flavors found in Aussie Chardonnay wines: from the tropical (banana, melon, pineapple and guava) to stonefruits (peach, nectarine and apricot), citrus and apples.


Sauvignon Blanc, Sumaridge, Hemel en Arde Valley, South Africa Green apples and crushed basil dance around on the palate, with a soft, citrusy quality and a clean, refreshing finish.

Sauvignon Blanc, Nika Tiki, Marlborough, New Zealand Bursting with lemon and tropical fruit flavours, this refreshing New Zealand Sauvignon makes a perfect aperitif, but is exceptional with chinese food.

Sauvignon Blanc Gimblett Gravels, C J Pask, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand Originally from Framlingham, Chris Pask makes a typical New Zealand 

Sauvignon with opulent, ripe, tropical fruit and all the freshness one could wish for.

Sauvignon Blanc, Hope Vineyard, Greenhough, Nelson, New Zealand Certainly has the bold, expressive lemon and lime fruit of South Island, but there is so much more here. Lots of flavour and texture, with mineral notes and a the merest hint of smoky, spicy oak.

Sauvignon Blanc, Ladera Verde, Central Valley, Chile From a top Chilean estate. Full of ripe fruit with a refreshing citrus character to the finish.


Millefiori, Rosso del Veneto, Italy Made with 30 year old Merlot and Corvina vines, air dried to add depth of aroma and flavour. Vibrant red and black berry fruit and a velvety, more-ish palate.

Rosso Di Montepulciano Duca Saragnano, Barbanera, Italy Blessed with bags of red fruit, yet well rounded with subtle structure and acidity.

Rioja Tinto, Vina Marro, Spain A delicious Rioja ‘joven’. Bright red fruit aroma leads to redcurrant flavours on the palate and finish.

Rioja Reserva, Sancho Garces, Patrocinio, Spain Has the polished, oaky/spicy character of great, well-aged Rioja. Complex and savoury with subtle, smoky vanilla.


Malbec, Las Pampas, Mendoza, Argentina Dominated by ripe Summer berries and a note of sweet spice. Fruity, full and accessible.

Carlyle Shiraz, Pfeiffer, Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia Well proportioned and balanced wine from the doughty Pfeiffer family. Full bodied, yet with freshness, balance and food friendly poise.

Pinotage, Freedom Cross, Franschhoek, South Africa From the new breed of approachable, well made Pinotage. Super value. Round, punchy fruit with good length.

Mitchell Mataro Grenache, Clare Valley, Australia The Rhône comes to Oz. All the power and depth you would expect, with an underlying backbone of sustaining tannin. Lots of personality.

Sumaridge Estate Red (Cabernet, Merlot), Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa A Bordeaux blend made in the cool ‘Heaven on Earth’ valley by owners from Lavenham. Poised yet meaty, with supple, classic fruit character.

Merlot, Vicuña, Central Valley, Chile Plummy and full all rounder with bags of plummy fruit and lovely round flavours.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Ladera Verde, Central Valley, Chile Chile became famous for its exuberant, fruity Cabernets. Ladera Verde (the ‘green slope’) is from this mould.

Cabernet Sauvignon, The Crusher, Clarksburg, California Good value California Cabernet: cassis, and a smoky, meaty character. Like a turbo charged claret!

Malbec Reserva, Gouguenheim, Mendoza, Argentina Powerful and concentrated with a dark fruit and cherry structure. Patricio Gouguenheim gave up currency trading to make wine, and we are glad he did!

Pinot Noir, Moa Ridge, Marlborough, New Zealand The vibrant fruit has been mellowed by bottle age to give broader, more complex fruit flavours on the palate. Great all round food match.

Sumaridge Estate Sauvignon/Semillon, Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa A Bordeaux like blend of 65% pure, crisp sauvignon blanc marries with 35% semillon, providing an aromatic richness and depth of flavour. Crisp, delicious and a wonderful dining partner.


Mâcon-Villages, Vignerons des Terres Secretes Attractive, vigorous nose of lemon verbena. Quite rich and full but not oaked. A good foil for crab.

Mâcon Uchizy, Domaine Talmard Talmard favours fermentation in stainless steel –preserving the freshness of the region’s wonderfully ripe fruit. Has weight and texture on the palate normally the preserve of more expensive offerings.

Chablis, Les Manants, Brocard Classic Chablis from a very fine producer. Delightfully fresh and lively with citrus, stone fruit and green apple flavours. Finishes with a cut of fresh Mineral acidity.

Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Séduction’ Luzy-Macarez This is indeed a ‘seductive’ Fuissé of extraordinary class and allure. Has the character and definition of a Meursault, with intense orchard fruits, exotic spice and roasted hazelnut.

Rully Blanc, Domaine Jaffelin Jaffelin’s Rully is an excellent example of the quality in this village. This is absolutely delicious, classic white Burgundy.

Chablis 1er Cru Vau de Vey, Domaine des Malandes This Premier Cru is a real style icon, rom the Vau de Vey vineyard west of Chablis and showing intense citrus fruit, richness and Minerality.

Puligny-Montrachet, Jean-Louis Chavy This is what Puligny is all about. Poised, complex and fine, with a great balance of nutty, honeyed fruit, richness and crisp acidity.

Meursault ‘Fernand Boyer’ Boyer-Martenot Expressive Meursault is always a special treat and this is a special cuvée in honour of Yves’ grandfather Fernand. The wine is rich, well structured with a long, lingering finish.


Pinot Blanc Dopff & Irion From the dry end of the Alsace spectrum; this Pinot Blanc is full of ripe pear and melon flavour. A classic match with Chinese food.

Gewurztraminer, Domaine de La Ville de Colmar Exceptional ripeness exists in this vibrant, honeyed wine with profound flavours of lychee and quince and swirling, exotic fruit aromas. Explosive flavour, but also great finesse and restraint.


Gavi, Alasia, Piedmont, Italy The palate is generously fruity, with an opulent mouthfeel and weight, but with a lively crisp and fresh acidity so typical of the great wines of Gavi. Delicious.

Chardonnay, Domaine du Cléray, Loire, France Clean as a whistle. The mineral-laden soil in which this chardonnay fruit is grown is evident in the 

wine,crisp, fresh citrus and mineral undertones reminiscent of Chablis

Sumaridge Estate Sauvignon/Semillon, Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa A Bordeaux like blend of 65% pure, crisp sauvignon blanc marries with 35% semillon, providing an aromatic richness and depth of flavour. Crisp, delicious and a wonderful dining partner.


Château Malbat A delightful claret made predominantly from the merlot grape with a little cabernet in the blend adding extra structure.

Château Tour Bel-Air, Montagne St-Emilion A very approachable St-Emilion, with expressive, supple, plummy merlot fruit and a pleasing structure and a whisper of oak.

Château Chantalouette, Pomerol A fresh and vibrant wine that is dominated by summer fruit and plum courtesy of a high Merlot content. A traditional Pomerol with superb depth and balance.


Beaujolais Villages, Château de La Pierre A smokey, raspberry aroma, and notes of cherry on the palate. Can be chilled!

Cote de Brouilly, Henry Fessy, Beaujolais Granite soils give structure to this terrific wine from one of Beaujolais’ great names. Try with duck.

Fleurie, Présidente Marguèrite, Beaujolais Fleurie is the region’s best-known village, and ‘La Présidente’s’ delicious example is bursting with ripe, luscious cherry fruit.

Bourgogne Rouge, Cuvée Latour, Louis Latour The palate is elegant and extremely well balanced, the tannins are light and structured and ripe cherry, hints of liquorice and classic Burgundian exotic spice are all forthcoming.

Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes, Jaffelin Garnet colour with purple shades. Rich and refined nose developing flavours of flowers and black fruit (blackberry, blue berry) entwined with sweet spicy notes.


‘Arbouse’ Massif d’Uchaux, Côtes du Rhône Villages Well balanced, fuul and rich red from the up and coming Massif d’Uchaux area of the Southern Rhône

Châteauneuf-Du-Pape, Les Galets de La Berthaude Approachable with swathes of ripe cherry, pepper and a long herbal finish.

Séguret Grande Réserve, Domaine de Mourchon Fabulous intensity from a great grower who is originally from Ardleigh! Full bodied, with ripe tannins and concentration Top wine


Prosecco Brut DOCG Valdobbiadene Conegliano, Ca Vittoria, Veneto, Italy ‘Proper’ Prosecco from the a family owned estate in the hillside vineyards north of Treviso. Dry, punchy, refreshing and moreish.

Prosecco Extra Dry, Amori, Veneto, Italy A great way to start the meal – ripe pear flavours are sustained by lively acidity.

Prosecco Rosé Brut, Mirabello, Italy Beautiful pink fizz with refeshment and exuberance to burn. Fun wine!


Yellow Label Brut, Veuve Clicquot Full bodied due to a majority of Pinots Noir and Meunier in the blend. Toasty, developed nose and fruity long palate.

Brut Rosé, Champagne Michel Guilleminot Made pink with red Pinot Noir wine from the Guillemoinots’ warmest vineyards. Great rosé Champagne of complexity and poise. Try drinking it with seafood,as well.

Cuvée Dom Pérignon The classic, and deservedly so. Toasty, full, complex like a great wine, but retaining the lift and excitement of a great Champagne.

Brut Rosé, Billecart-Salmon Very pale, deceptively so, since the palate delivers punchy fresh red fruits and the finish is long and rumbling. Delicious Champagne.

Vintage Rosé, Moët et Chandon Moët’s vintage Champages are superb, and the recently launched Rosé vintage is no exception.


Chablis, Manants, Brocard (half) Pouilly-Fumé, Domaine des Fines Caillottes,

Alain Pabiot (half)

Château Malbat Bordeaux (half)

Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise, Michel Chapoutier, Rhône Valley, France (half)

DV by Doisy Verdines, Sauternes, France (half)

H Brut, Champagne Michel Guilleminot (Half)

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