FRENCH SELECTION bottle         


  1. Pinot Noir Valencay, Domaine Bardon, Loire 2012 – £19.95
    Warm, soft and rich in the month, it combines hints of cherry and vanilla.
  2. FleurieDomaine  Frederic Montangeron 2012 – £23.50
    Aromas of irisis, violets, roses in bloom, peaches and blackcurrant, Velvety smooth and very elegant.
  3. MerlotLe Versant 2012 GOLD MEDAL WINNER – £19.50
    Lightty of matured in oak barret, which gives it a touch more complexity.
  4. Saint Emilion Grand Cru – Guadet St Jean, Bordeaux 2008 – £29.50
    This wine has a concentrated bouquet of berries and vegetal notes, Aged for 12 months in new oak.
  5. Haut Medoc – Chateau Saint Ahon Cru Bourgeois 2006 –  £29.95
    A beautiful brilliant crimson colour, with a complexity of aromas on the nose including blackberry &Morello cherry.
  6. Carignan – Heritage de St Jean, Vieille Vignes, France 2013 – £18.50
    Supple with notes of red fruit, spices and thyme. This wine goes perfectly with Mediterranean food, spices, and grilled dishes.
  7. Cotes du Rhone – Reserve de l’Abbe, Rhone, France 2012 – £18.75
    A ruby red colour, this round and fleshy wine is very aromatic with notes of red fruit, blackcurrants, strawberries, and spices.


  1. Muscadet Sevre et  Maine Sur Lie – Domaine du Royaume 2012 – £18.95
    Fine, dry and fresh, it is very difficult to find a better Muscadet in the region.
  2. Sancerre Blanc – Domaine Doucet 2012 – £24.50
    This delightful, fragrant Estate, has a vibrancy and a delicacy all of its own. Delicious medal winner.
  3. Pouilly Fume – Les Vieilles Terres, Domaine Dominique Pabiot, Loire, France 2012 – £26.50
    This vintage delivers colour, concentration and a fantastic glass of Sauvignon. The real Pobiot estate in the little village of “Les Loges”.  
  4. Chodlis 1er Cru ‘Montmain’– Domane Tremblay, Burgundy 2011 – £29.50
    Remarkably well-made. A classic wine made with the Chardonnay grape. Superb , refreshing dry white wine



  1.  Reserve Cabernet Rosé Blush – Le Grand Duc –  £3.95          £14.95
    This pale-medium rosé has gooseberry and raspberry aromas. A clean palate with a freshness and attractive berry fruits.

ARGENTINIAN SELECTION                                                                                                                                                    

  1. Malbec  – Santa Flarentina. Valle del Famatina 2013 – £19.95
    An Intense garnet red colour that is bright and clear. Its aroma is reminiscent of plum and cherry on a nutty background.


CHILEAN SELECTION                     

  1. Cabernet Sauvignon –Antanon of Casanova, Maule Valley, Chile, 2012 –  £18.95
    Brilliant intensity with aromas of strong red fruit and forest herb notes.




  1. Merlot – Linage Estate, Maule Valley 2012 – (175ml – £3.95)        £14.95
    Rich, Juicy Merlot, full of plumy fruits, Well-balanced with a delightful aftertaste.   


  1. Sauvignon Blanc – Linage Estate, MauleValley 2013 – (175ml – £3.95)          £14.95
    Delicate fruity nose give way to a palate of uplifting acidity and rounded gooseberry fruit flavours
  1. Chardonnay – Antano of Casanova, Maule Valley 2012 – £18.95
    An outstanding wine. Zesty and mouth filling with aromas of vanilla and peaches.



  1. Rioja Tinto – Blason  de Esquide, Castillo de Fuenmayor 2013 – £18.80
    This young Rioja has a well  balanced palate with fresh fruit, silky tannins and a generous finish.
  2. Rioja Reserva – Blason   de Esquide, Castillo de Fuenmayor – £25.50

    2007 Aged for 3 years in American  oaks. An intense aroma with a vibrant taste, enhanced by slight  wisps of vanilla                                       


  1. Viura lagrima  – carlos  serres, rioja , Spain 2013 – £18.50
    This young Rioja has a well  balanced palate with fresh fruit, silky tannins and a generous finish.



  1. Chianti superior– valdarno estate, Tuscany , Italy 2010 – £21.95
    Aged for a minimum of 3 months  a bright ruby-red coulor with a persistent nose of flowery and fruity aromas
  2. Ripasso– valpolicello classicco, lenotti estate, veneto( voted best italian red in the uk by decancter magazine) – £29.95
    An intense ruby red colour and a bouquet that is fine and intense, yet delicately etheral with hints of wood


  1. Pinot grigio del veneto– roccq vineyqrd, veneto 2013 – £18.90
    Pure and refreshing this great pinot grigio offers crisp, mouthwatering flavours of citrus apple and white pears
  2. Gavi di Gavi– casetto Estare, piemonte 2012 – £19.95
    One of the most important dry white wines of piedmont from the wine producing area of Gavi



  1. Cabernet sauvingnon/Syrah– plasir du vin, chateau heritage – £22.00
    Intense red color with fantastic nose of jam and black fruits. Superb mouth with a perfect equilibrium of black fruits, coffeeand cocao



  1. Sauvignon blanc – mission estate, marlborough, new  zealand 2013 –  £22.95
    Vibrant gooseberry and lime fruit flavour gives way to an intense palate of melon, passionfruit and citrus



  1. Saumur brut– De grenell, loire, france – Wines are slowly developed and aged for 18 months in the deep cellars carefully following the traditional method Of second in-bottle fermentation
  2. Vntage Vino dei poeti Prosecco – bottega , veneto, italy  Charactererised by small round berries that are yellow-green in colour, with a flavour  that is gently sharp and fragrant


  1. Linard gontier– blanc de blancs, brut NV ,France – £33.50
    Gilbert gaillard gold medal Lively white blossom aromas with harmonous fruit and salt acidity
  2. Pol roger brut deserve champagne – brut NV , France –  £57.00
    From the favourate champagne house of winston chruchill comes this beatifully golden straw yellow champagne



  1. Cotes de gascogne moelleux –domaine  darton, south west France – £26.50
    A fresh, intense flavour, balancing sweetness with a strong fruity aroma