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NV Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry , Ca' di Alte, Veneto, Italy
Bright, clean and lifted with pleasant floral notes amid a fine stream of bubbles.

NV Rosato Spumante, Ca' di Alte, Veneto, Italy
Fresh and fruity with floral nuances and ripe passion fruit.

NV Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry, Ca' di Alte, Veneto, Italy
Clean floral and pear notes with a fine stream of bubbles.



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2017 Organic Macabeo, Castaño, Murcia, Spain
Fragrant on the nose with notes of white fruits, apple and citrus.

2017 Picpoul de Pinet, Baron de Badassière, Languedoc, France
Youthful with fresh, crisp apple and a touch of citrus on the nose. A very drinkable and approachable wine. Fish and chips all the way!
£4.50 £5.95 £22.50
2017 Pinot Grigio delle Venezie, Corte Giara, Veneto, Italy
Hand harvested from high altitude vineyards in the Dolomites, this is a dry, crisp wine with elegant floral notes and a subtle pear crunch on the finish. Go for fish and spicy chicken dishes.
£4.75 £6.25 £24.00
2016 ‘Papa Figos’ Douro Branco, Casa Ferreirinha, Douro, Portugal
A super blend from the North of Portugal; aromatic with floral notes, tropical fruit and herbaceous qualities. An excellent match for the salads.
£4.85 £6.95 £26.00
2017 Sauvignon Blanc, Ribbonwood, Marlborough, New Zealand
A true Kiwi classic; ripe gooseberry and herbal flavours complement classical capsicum and stony mineral tones.

2015 Saint-Véran Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Corsin, Burgundy, France
Great value old vine White Burgundy with and opulent nose and pinpoint palate. I’d definitely go for the salmon here!



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2017 Pinot Grigio Rosato, Ponte Pietra, Veneto, Italy
A fresh, generous Rosato full of strawberries and cherries.
£4.50 £5.95 £22.50


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2017 Organic Monastrell, Castaño, Murcia, Spain
Otherwise known as Mourvedre in the rest of the world, this dry-farmed fruit gives intense red morello cherry and spiced fruits with a silky and fruity finish.

2017 Côtes-du-Rhône Rouge, Les Terres du Roy, Southern Rhône, France
This Southern Rhône red displays riper and richer fruit with a little more body as the vines are an average of 40 years of age and are naturally low yielding producing better fruit. It has an enticing nose that is ripe and concentrated, full of black and red berry fruit with a supple backbone. A great all-rounder!
£4.50 £5.95 £22.50
2014 Rioja Crianza, El Coto, Rioja, Spain
Hand-harvested from the heart of the Rioja region, this wine spends 12 months in American Oak and 12 months in bottle before release. The wine is medium-bodied and well balanced, with a core of black fruits combined with subtle vanilla flavours from American oak leading to a finish that is juicy and long. An excellent match for the ribeye and loves a burger too.
£4.75 £6.25 £24.00
2016 Vistaflores Malbec/Bonarda/Petit Verdot, Kaiken Terroir Series, Mendoza, Argentina
High altitude plots allow the fruit to ripen optimally to deliver a wine full of plums and spices such as cloves and thyme. The silky character of Malbec is framed by the structure and freshness of Petit Verdot and Bonarda. Burgers or Beach Boy please!
£4.85 £6.95 £26.00
2016 ‘Fantini’ Organic Montepulciano d`Abruzzo, Farnese, Abruzzo, Italy
Montepulciano is such a generous grape variety; Intense, persistent and fruity aromas with strong notes of wild berries and hints of vanilla. Try it with the Teriyaki Rump.

2016 Chinon, Château Coudray-Montpensier, Loire, France
Another fantastic grape variety that works so well with a variety of dishes. This is Cabernet Franc, a wine displaying elegance and power at the same time; it’s remarkably refreshing with a backbone of blackcurrant, vanilla and spice.



2016 Organic Chianti, Poggiotondo, Tuscany, Italy
The organically grown fruit was hand harvested, crushed and transferred to concrete tanks where it underwent a spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts. A proportion of the wine was then racked to large French oak barrels to allow the wine to soften and gain greater complexity. Ripe cherries on the palate are balanced with grainy tannins, typical of traditional Chianti, with vibrant, fresh acidity on the finish. An excellent friend to the sirloin.

2014 ‘Lioness of McLaren Vale’ Shiraz, Dandelion Vineyards, South Australia
This personifies new age Syrah/Shiraz from Australia; generous sweet blackberry, raspberry and plum flavours and lashings of sweet spice. This wine loves anything with haggis in it.
2016 Colchagua Carmenère, Montes Alpha, Colchagua Valley, Chile
Started by 2 crazy Chileans and a Scotsman named Douglas Murray, this is the indigenous grape variety of Chile; ripe blackberry and blueberry followed by notes of black plums and dried figs.

2016 ‘Estate’ Salta Malbec, Bodega Colomé, Salta, Argentina
Hailing from the highest vineyards on the palate, this elegant blockbuster is jam-packed full of plums, and complimented with chocolate and vanilla notes from barrel ageing. It’s also laced with anti-oxidants and anthocyanins (which are bloody good for you!) T-Bone please!