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1. Prosecco Spumante – Terre di Giulio – Veneto, Italy

Very fine, elegant and stylish Prosecco Spumante.

£5 (125ml) /  £25 (Bottle)

2. Grande Cuvée Brut – Georges Lacombe – Champagne, France

A mix of elegance and complexity, the Grande Cuvée is a champagne for every occasion.

£46 (Bottle)

3. Special Cuvée – Bollinger – Champagne, France

Internationally famous Bollinger is one of few remaining independent Champagne houses.

£65 (Bottle)

White

4. Pinot Grigio – Vino della Vite – Veneto, Italy

A step up from the usual fare offered as Pinot Grigio. Classic floral notes, but dry and with finesse.

£3.75 (125ml) / £7 (250ml) / £13 (500ml) / £18 (Bottle)

5. Chardonnay (oaked) – Auco – Valle de Aconcagua, Chile

A wine for the Chardonnay purist – buttery flavours mix beautifully with the well integrated oak.

£4.50 (125ml) / £8.50 (250ml) / £16 (500ml) / £22.50 (Bottle)

6. Sauvignon Blanc – Berry Bros. & Rudd – Marlborough, N. Zealand

A refined style from the world’s most famous wine merchant, with all the hallmarks of a classic NZ SB.

£5 (125ml) / £9.50 (250ml) / £18 (500ml) / £25 (Bottle)

7. Albariño – Lagar de Bouza – Rías Baixas, Spain

Simply perfect with fish, this is a Galician speciality.

£6 (125ml) / £11 (250ml) / £21 (500ml) / £30 (Bottle)

8. Chablis – Domaine Louis Moreau – Bourgogne, France

An exceptional example of Chablis with ripe fresh fruit, minerality and finesse.

£7.50 (125ml) / £14.50 (250ml) / £27.50 (500ml) / £40 (Bottle)

Rose

9. Pinot Grigio Rosé – Vino della Vite – Veneto, Italy

An elegant and fruity blush rosé with a crisp finish.

£3.75 (125ml) / £7 (250ml) / £13 (500ml) / £18 (Bottle)

10. Provence Rosé – Chemin de Provence – Provence, France

A fresh and clean style of this fantastically popular rosé, superb with a seafood platter.

£5 (125ml) / £9.50 (250ml) / £18 (500ml) / £25 (Bottle)

Red

11. Nero d’Avola – Principe di Granatey – Sicily, Italy

Organically produced, this belter of a red has good depth, soft tannins and spicy character on the palate.

£3.75 (125ml) / £7 (250ml) / £13 (500ml) / £18 (Bottle)

12. Merlot – Le Charme – Pays d’Oc, France

A truly outstanding example of its variety, this is a medium bodied soft red with smooth, plummy fruit.

£4.50 (125ml) / £8.50 (250ml) / £16 (500ml) / £22.50 (Bottle)

13. Malbec – Berry Bros. & Rudd – Mendoza, Argentina

This is a concentrated, pure and supremely enjoyable Malbec with soft hedgerow-fruit aromas.

£5 (125ml) / £9.50 (250ml) / £18 (500ml) / £25 (Bottle)

14. Pinot Noir – Vintrigue – Marlborough, New Zealand

From an award winning family winery in Marlborough, this is a soft, light and fruity Pinot Noir.

£6 (125ml) / £11 (250ml) / £21 (500ml) / £30 (Bottle)

15. Médoc 2012 – Cru Bourgeois – Château Laujac – Bordeaux, France

Dark coloured with a nose of black fruits and spice. The palate has lovely freshness and fine tannins.

£7.50 (125ml) / £14.50 (250ml) / £27.50 (500ml) / £40 (Bottle)

Prices are inclusive of VAT at 20% and service charge is not included on the bill.