Our wine list includes specially selected wines from all over the world, so let us take you on a wine journey.

Tim Hart has a passion for wine and he personally selects every bottle on our wine list. He has cultivated a wine list that is exciting with something delicious for everyone. It encompasses great vintages, new discoveries and some old favourites. We would encourage you to try countries and regions that may be new to you.

Please note: this wine list was last updated on 15th October 2020. 

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Champagne & Sparkling Wine

NV Prosecco Brut “Argeo” Ruggeri £38.50

A very clean crispy and refreshing sparkler

NV Brut Di Pinot Nero Rosé £44.50

A very clean and refreshing pink sparkler from a top prosecco producer

NV Champagne René Beaudouin £55

Our house Champagne is made from a pure Chardonnay formula which out-tastes all but the best “Grandes Marques”.

Half bottle £27  Magnum £110

NV Pol Roger £76

Pol Roger is perhaps best known as Winston Churchill’s favourite Champagne.

NV Louis Roederer Brut Premier £76

Pale golden in colour. Delicate and persistent beading. Rich yet subtle bouquet with hints of hawthorn, almonds and toast. Clean attack with a creamy structure.

NV Taittinger Brut Reserve £78

A beautifully brilliant golden colour with bubbles that are fine and a mousse both discreet and persistent.

NV Laurent Perrier Rosé £115

This fine rosé champagne is memorable for its freshness and unique aromas of fresh-picked red berries.

2009 Dom Perignon £225

This exceptional champagne has a silky texture and a hint of liquorice on the palate. Flavours of grapefruit and white peaches lead to a long finish.

Fine White Wines

2016 Hunting Hill Chardonnay, New Zealand £71 

Here is a wine which more than once has overcome top quality white Burgundy in blind tastings. It is mineral, concentrated, structured and elegant. A world-class Chardonnay.

2017 Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru les Nosroyes, Genot Boulanger £105

This floral wine has a little crunch and crisp. It is pale yellow in colour with greenish reflections and a pear nose with great aromatic complexity.

Fine Red Wines

2009 Château Bernadotte, Haut Medoc £59

“Lush, ripe and concentrated” 90 pts Stephen Tanzer

2016 Le Cinciole, Chianti Classico £61  

An excellent example of Chianti wine with a concrete and a 12-month aging in oak barrels.

2011 Vosne-Romanee ‘Aux Réas’, Domaine A.F, France £110   

Lovely gentle maturing Pinot.

2011 Le Cigare Volant, Bonny Doon Vineyard, Central Coast, California £115

Randall Grahm’s brilliant take on Châteauneuf which now owes more to Northern Rhône or even Burgundy. Made from Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Mourvedre.

2011 Château Grand Puy Lacoste, Pauillac £120

“In 2010 this brilliant 5th growth has done it again making a Grand Vin with elegance and restraint”

95 points  Tim Atkin MW

White Wines

2019 Simon and the Huguenots, Sauvignon Blanc / Semillon, Stellenbosch, South Africa £26

Very nice fresh Sauvignon style at the front of the wine with the roundness of the Semillon contributing to the finish.

125ml £6  375ml £16.50

2018 Château Fontarèche, Corbières, Vieilles Vignes, France £29

Lovely fruit balance from Roussanne, Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc and Maccabeu.

125ml £7  375ml £19

2018 Felicité Chardonnay, Newton Johnson Vineyards, South Africa £29

Succulent aromas of white peach and a steely citrus edge. Cool climate Chardonnay.

2016 Hart Bros, Albarino, Galicia £31

Deliciously fresh Atlantic wine from granite soils. Brilliant with seafood or on its own.

2017 Gruner Veltliner, RABL, Langenlois, Kamptal, Austria £33

Full of exuberant youth, fruit and refreshing acidity.

2017 Pinot Grigio, Puiattino, Friuli, Italy £34.00

Clean, crisp, understated, moreish.

2017 Sauvignon Blanc “Levin”, Val de Loire, France £35

This very elegant Sauvignon straddles the new world / old world divide combining old world minerality and a touch of new world fruit.

2018 Viognier, “Les Iles Blanches”, Gard, France £36 

A lovely balanced Viognier with masses of apricot and peach aromas but enough backbone to avoid flabbiness which can affect the variety.

125ml £8  375ml £20

2018 Tinpot Hut, Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand £39

A judicious combination of intense Sauvignon fruit, roundness and minerality.

125ml £9  375ml £21.50

2018 Macon Uchizy, Domaine Talmard, France £41

Once again this vintage Talmard has produced a benchmark Macon with round creamy fruit.

2016 Riesling, Rolly Gassman, Alsace £44

Dry Alsace Riesling from a top grower.

2017 Chablis Moreau Naudet, France £44   

Great vintage and a great grower combine to produce a fine Chablis showing ripeness and minerality.

2016 Soave Classico D.O.C, Suavia, Italy £44 

Pale straw colour from the Garganega grape this wine has a lovely nose of almonds and white flowers. In the mouth, it is crisp elegant, and characterful.

2018 Sancerre, Domaine Chotard, France £45

Steely old-world Sauvignon with fine Sancerre minerality.

Rosé Wines

2018 Domaine Montrose, Prestige Rosé, France £31 

Made from Grenache (70%) and Rolle (25%) with 5% Syrah the wine has a pale colour, lovely citrus and spice aroma and perfect balance on the palate. Very moreish!

125ml £7  375ml £19

2019 Whispering Angel Rosé, Côtes de Provence, France £47   

This silver/pink rosé from Sacha Lichine of Caves d’Esclans is wildly fashionable for its very appetising floral aroma and refreshing clean style.

125ml 10.50  375ml £24.50

Red Wines

2018 The Liberator Francophile Syrah, Stellenbosch, South Africa £26

Black fruits, savoury notes and a slightly spicy finish are the hallmarks of this characterful Syrah.

125ml £6  375ml £16.50

2017 Château Fontarèche, Corbières, Vieilles Vignes, France £29   

This is a lovely round and generous wine with hints of spice and “garrigue” made from Mourvedre, Syrah, Grenache and Carignan.

125ml £7  375ml £19

2016 Lote 3, M. O. B. Dao, Portugal £31     

Portuguese reds can be blockbusters, like unsweetened Port, but we chose this one for its civilised leathery tannins. With a dry finish and elegant supple structure.

2018 Negroamaro, Imuri, Puglia, Italy £33 

Made in southern Italy from old bush vines, this wine has freshness and balance, as well as surprisingly modest alcohol (13%). Flavours of blackberries, combine with more savoury notes in a very rounded whole.

2018 Beaujolais “L’Ancien” Jean-Paul Brun, France £35

Brun is a genius and this wine expresses his style very well. Fresh crunchy fruit and sour cherry aromatics. Can be drunk slightly cooled on a hot day!

2017 Lake Breeze, Bullant Shiraz, Langhorne Creek, Australia £37

Rich powerful wine with plums and chocolate overtones and an earthy complex finish.

125ml £8.50  375ml £21

NV The Whole Shebang, Cuvée X1, California £37

A ripe-yet-fresh red with juicy red fruits, wild thyme aromatics and a long peppery finish.

2018 Valpolicella, Allegrini, Italy £39 

Crunchy red cherry fruit gives this great example a refreshing quality. On a hot day ask for the bottle to be served cool-not cold!

2009 Urbina Crianza, Rioja, Spain £42   

This much-loved Rioja has an aromatic almost Burgundian style.

2016 Barbera d’Alba, Conca del Grillo, Italy £49    

A beautiful vintage of this wine with fresh scented ‘smoky’ fruit and full but gently rounded flavour.

2016 Solanera Vinas Viejas, Yecla, Spain £49   

This opulent Spanish red from the little-known region of Yecla and made mostly from the Monastrell grape (Mourvedre) is a favourite with Parker who gives it 94 points and says, “this amazing red wine displays notes of lead pencil shavings, acacia flowers, black raspberries, blueberries and blackcurrants.”

2015 Journey’s End Merlot, Stellenbosch, South Africa £49

A big rich and round wine with nice upfront fruit and some minty undertones on the nose. Fruit cake and herbal eucalyptus notes.

2016 Tom’s Block Pinot Noir, Neudorf, New Zealand £52                  

Glorious Pinot fruit from a top grower in Nelson.

2013 Ata Rangi Celèbre, Martinborough, New Zealand £59 

A gorgeously expressive blend of Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, giving plum, spice and herbal flavours in a rich and generous combination.

Coravin Wine Preservation System

The Coravin is a device that allows us to retrieve wine out of bottles without letting in the oxygen that robs the wine of freshness and ultimately turns it into undrinkable vinegar. This allows us to serve our fine wines by the glass, which would normally be served by the bottle only.

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