Champagne Moet & Chandon (France)
Very pale straw colour with small, active bubbles, with a subtle suggestion of flowers, vanilla, grapefruit and bread. This is a light and delicate Champagne. £58.00(Bottle)
Champagne Bollinger Special Cuvee (France)
A full-bodied Champagne of great class. Delightful pale gold in colour and persistent mousse. £69.00(Bottle)
Champagne Laurent-Perrier Rose (France)
A classic pink Champagne with plenty of stylish strawberry fruit and full of vivacity and easy-drinking charm. £85.00(Bottle)
Champagne Dom Pérignon (France)
It's a complex and silky wine with solid and rich flavours of brioche, ripe pear and hazelnut. £195.00(Bottle)
Champagne Cristal (France)
An impressive vintage for Cristal with linear precision and so much detail that it leaves the palate tingling. Layers of flavours and impeccable precision. £210.00(Bottle)
Prosecco 20cl (Cielo, Italy)
Aromas of lemon scone with pears, marzipan and green apple with a silky, crisp, effervescent, dry-yet-fruity light body and a graceful, short cherry pit, pressed flowers and tangerine spritz finish with soft tannins and no oak.
Prosecco Extra Dry Boron (Veneto, Italy)
Bright straw yellow with greenish highlights and a very fine, long lasting perlage. Pronounced palate with acacia flowers, apples, lemon and grapefruit nuances. Full-bodied and rounded with fruity notes, well-balanced and tangy.
Sparkling Freschello Rose Spumante (Veneto, Italy)
Candied aromas and flavours of cotton candy and strawberry hard candies with a satiny, vibrant, effervescent, fruity light-to-medium body and a graceful, breezy red liquorice, anise and peach sauce finish with soft fruit tannins and no oak.
Sparkling Royal Saint Vincent Brut (France)
Green apple and pear stand out on the nose; the palate offers a pleasant mouthfeel and nutty-yeasty notes.
Champagne Beaumet "Cuvée Brut" (France)
This cuvée is available in medium-dry, in which a more notable dosage brings out the full and sweet flavours that are often necessary to accompany desserts
Champagne Mallard Premier Cru (France)
Brilliant, slightly gold colour and plenty of mousse, very expressive, vinous and already well developed with almost jammy fruit notes candied on the nose.
Pinot Grigio, Blush, Cielo (Veneto, Italy)
Pale blush colour, fruited and elegant, delicate and persistent. Excellent as an aperitif and with light meals.
Paradise Point Zinfandel Rose 2016 (California, USA)
A refreshing wine with aromas and flavours of strawberry, raspberry, sweet apple, citrus and hints of ruby grapefruit.
Kayra Kalecik Karasi Beyaz Rose (Denizli, Turkey)
Strawberry, raspberry, orange blossom, jasmine and vanilla with concentrated red fresh fruit flavours. Drink with grilled and fried fish, seafood casserole, salmon, spicy and curry sauced chicken dishes, seafood pastas and light cheeses.
Chateau de Rouet 1840 Provence Rose (Cotes de Provence, France)
Delicate salmon coloured robe. Intense nose of red berries: raspberries, cassis. Fruity, elegant on the pallet with notes of fresh berries. A lot of length and volume on the pallet.
Pinot Grigio IGP Della Cantina Boron (Veneto, Italy)
Straw yellow with mild copper nuances echoing the grape's skin colour. Pleasant, crisp and fruity with green apple nuances. Dry and elegantly full bodied, velvety and well balanced.
Gavi, Ca Bianca Tenementi DOCG (Piedmont, Italy)
Made from 100% Cortese grapes, this wine has a pale gold colour with greenish tints and delicate bouquet with notes of white flowers and vanilla. The finish is a dry, clean and elegant flavour with a lingering after taste of fruits and spices.
La Borie Pays d'Oc Viognier (Languedoc-Roussillon, France)
Exhibiting a bit more nose than most whites and quite a pleasant aroma at that. This particular wine offers a nice bright flavour with notes of apricot and a hint of citrus hidden behind it.
Kayra Narince (Tokat, Turkey)
Pear, quince, chamomile and grape fruit on the nose. Delicate, citrus flavours, well balanced, creamy texture and refreshing on the palate. Drink with grilled chicken, Caesar salad, fresh and soft cheeses, seafood and creamy pasta.
Groote Post Riesling 2016 (Darling Hills, S.Africa)
This wine displays beautiful rose petal and peach fragrances on the nose while ginger and spice tantalise the palate. The wine has a long, lingering aftertaste.
3 Stones Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, New Zealand)
This wine shows lifted tropical notes of guava and stone fruit. The palate is crisp, fruity and fresh and finishes with a lively, citrus acidity. Fantastic to enjoy with summer salads and fish dishes.
Albarino Veiga Naum 2015 (Galicia, Spain)
Pinchy, staunch citrus and briny aromas are gritty and lacking in fresh fruit notes. Tight citric acidity makes this austere while juicy but bitter flavours of orange and lime are tangy but pithy-tasting on the finish.
Sancerre Domaine des Chasseignes 2016 (Loire Valley, France)
The robe is pale yellow, the nose typified citrus with an acidulous touch. The palate is ample, fruity, crisp and well balanced.
Kayra Vintage Chardonnay (Urla, Denizli, Turkey)
Orange, green plum, tropical fruits followed by toasted and buttery notes on the nose. Creamy and buttery finish, full bodied, mineral notes with lively acidity on the palate.
Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Sauvignon/Semillon 2017 (Margaret River, Australia)
Complex layered and blended white. Sauvignon offering lifted fragrances of gooseberry and lychee with Semillon offering fig, white grapefruit and a mineral component.
Pouilly Fume Blanc 2015 Hubert Brochard (Loire Valley, France)
This wine has a pale gold colour with youthful shadings of silver and green. The nose is floral, with fruity notes of hazelnut, golden apples and pears. On the palate, the wine has a supple attack quickly punctuated by sharp acidic freshness.
Chablis Domaine Pascal Bouchard 2015 (Burgundy, France)
A classic Chablis with freshness, minerality and good weight from an excellent producer.
Domaine Ferrand, Pouilly-Fuissé 2014 (Burgundy, France)
A well balanced and elegant wine with fresh yellow plum flavours and spicy notes that carry through to an invigorating mineral palate and buttery finish.
Collavini, Broy, Bianco Collio, Friuli-Venezia Giulia 2015 (Venezzia, Italy)
Intense, lingering aromas of tropical fruits, acacia honey, orange peel and summer flowers open on the nose. Softly textured with a warm palate, this is beautifully balanced by freshness and minerality with an exquisitely long finish.
Chianti Superiore D.O.C.G. (Italy)
It's a limpid wine with a crystalline ruby colour with some beautiful purple highlights. It ends with a balsamic note of rhubarb and rosemary. It is intense, persistent in mouth with elegant tannins.
Las Condes Merlot 2016 (Central Valley, Chile)
Full bodied red with approachable soft dark berry fruit, plenty of spice and ripe tannins on the finish.
Kellys Patch Shiraz 2016 (South Eastern Australia)
This wine has aged on American oak for approximately 8 months, giving the wine a noticeable but not an excessive oak influence. The inclusion of some central Victorian fruit into the blend has boosted the colour.
L'or du Sud Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 (Pays d'Oc, South France)
The warm sunshine has produced a lovely, creamy style of Cabernet. Smooth blackcurrant and blueberry flavours are paired with soft tannins to make a silky finish.
Pinot Noir Vin de France 1711 Loron 2016 (South France)
Light and fresh in style with a perfumed aroma but also showing some grip and crunch on the palate as well as a red-berry lusciousness.
Kayra Kalecik Karasi (Denizli-Ankara, Turkey)
Pomegranate, strawberry, juniper, jasmine with white and red mulberries. Light tannins balanced with refreshing acidity, lingering ripe cherry flavours, soft and elegant.
Outnumbered Malbec 2016 (Mendoza, Argentine)
A harmonious and elegant wine, showing excellent density of fruit, complex minerality, great freshness and smooth tannins. Bright aromatic intensity with notes of ripe red cherry, plum, sage and thyme.
Ciceron Rioja Joven 2016 (Spain)
Expect cherry-red hues in the glass. The aroma is red fruits, strawberry and raspberry and a little blackberry with soft notes of vanilla, cocoa, coconut and anise. The palate is soft, warm and creamy, with roasted coffee notes.
Post Tree Pinotage 2015 (Swartland, France)
The flavours of this unique South African cultivar are complex and exciting with ripe plum and fruitcake all beautifully integrated and then finished with subtle oak for a lingering aftertaste.
Bordeaux Rouge Place de la Bourse 2014 (Bordeaux, France)
A very pleasant ruby colour, this wine is elegant and round on the palate with a fine, lingering finish. Well structured and full bodied.
Cotes du Rhone Chateau de L'Estagnol 2015 (Rhone, France)
Vibrant black cherry colour. A nose of black fruit and forest fruits. Full of flavour on the palate with a long fruity and fresh finish.
Chateau de Roques St Emilion 2014 (Puisseguin-Saint-Emilion, France)
Crimson-coloured with cedar, currant and blackberry aromas. The taste is herbaceous with notes of blackberry and blueberry. Very elegant.
Chateauneuf-du-pape Vacqueyras "Beaumirail" (Rhone Valley, France)
A hefty red from the Southern Rhône. Black fruits, pepper, liquorice and blackcurrant dominate the nose, the palate is structured and spicy with notes of cocoa on the finish.
Chateau Cissac, Cru Bourgeois, Haut-Medoc 2012 (Bordeaux, France)
A classic wine from this beautiful vintage showing complexity and richness with beautifully balanced tannins and texture.
Costa di Bussia, Barolo Riserva 2011 (Piedmont, Italy)
Complex aromas of crushed flowers, plums and fresh porcini mushrooms with a hint of mint in the background. Full bodied, complex and long in the mouth with almost jammy fruit on the finish.