Wines by the bottle: £25.00 and under





2014 Il Meridione Grillo (Sicily)

A good all-rounder from the South-West corner of Sicily. Sunny tropical fruit, light and easy drinking.


2014 Franschhoek Cellar Sauvignon Blanc (South Africa)

Tropical fruit, lively acidity and a lingering finish.


2014 Muscadet de Sevre et Maine sur lie, Ch. de Poyet (France)

Delicious old vine Muscadet with extended aging on its lees giving the wine a bit more depth.


2014 La Segreta Bianco, Planeta (Sicily)

Lively and aromatic, a blend of chardonnay and local grape varieties. Great with everything.


2013 Vetiver Rioja (Rioja, Spain)

Old vines are grown at high elevation giving a subtle floral notes, followed by voluptuous tropical fruit.


2014/15 Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine Roquemolibre (Languedoc Rousillion, France)

Ancient grape variety making this crisp, light and aromatic wine.


2014 Macon-Charnay, Reserve Personnelle, Boutinot (Burgundy, France)

A classic un-oaked white Burgundy with great depth and weight.


2014 Mansion House Bay Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, NZ)

Vibrant acidity with long zesty finish.


2014 Gavi di Gavi, Sansilvestro (Piedmont, Italy)

Packed with aromas of citrus fruits and with floral undertones, prominent mineral sensations and a long finish




2014 Il Meridione Nero D’Avola (Sicily)

A fresh and juicy red from the sun-drenched vineyards of Sicily.


2014 Old Museum Merlot, Franschhoek (South Africa)

Cherry and plums on the nose with lots of fruit and soft tannins in the mouth.


2013 Cannonau di Sardegna (Sardinia, Italy)

Cherry and plums on the nose with lots of fruit and soft tannins in the mouth.


2012 Petit Cabernet Merlot, Ken Forrester (South Africa)

Perfect all-rounder. Youthful with lots of fruit and spicy undertones.


2010/11 Chateau Argadens, Bordeaux Superieur (Bordeaux, France)

Robust and soft fruited wines with good concentration of fruit and nicely balanced.


2012 Graciano, Casa Primicia (Rioja, Spain)

Ripe blackcurrants with a touch of black cherry. 11 months in Hungarian oak give the wine a spicy maturity.


2011 Chateau de Blissa, Cotes de Bourg (Bordeaux, France)

Robust and soft fruited wines with good concentration of fruit and nicely balanced.


2012 ‘I Muri’ Negroamaro (Puglia, Italy)

Medium bodied with intense berry fruit on the nose. Velvety, balanced with a long finish.


2014 Chateau de Campuget, Invitation (Southern Rhone, France)

From Southern Rhone, this wine boasts predominantly Syrah, giving it richness and depth to it’s ripe berry flavours.


2013 Chianti Classico, Bonaccia (Chianti, Italy)

A fantastic smooth wine with hints of cherries, berries and well balanced acidity. Perfect with game or red meat.


Whites: Push The Boat Out





2012 Riesling, Trimbach (Alsace, France)

Riesling is known as the ‘King of the wines of Alsace’ and this one stands up to it’s name. Great with oily fish.


2013 Urlar Sauvignon Blanc (Gladstone, NZ)

A classic Kiwi sav, subtle aromas of white florals, fresh herbs and stone fruits with a full and rich palate.


2014 Macon Villages, Cave de L’Aurore (Burgundy, France)

Tropical fruit and refined oak. 100% Chardonnay gives a lovely long finish.


2013/14 Roero Arneis Serra Lupini, Azienda Agricola Negro (Piedmont, Italy)

Arneis is the grape variety in this intense, fragrant and fruity wine. A big and round offering.


2014 Albariño Valmiñor, Rias Baixas (Spain)

Top notch producer, this fresh and aromatic wine from Galicia is full of character and quality.


2013 Chardonnay, Clonale, Kooyong (Victoria, Australia)

Knocks spot off similar priced Burgundies, limey, zesty, minerals - go on!


2014 Falanghina, Beneventano ICT (Campania, Italy)

One of Italy’s great unsung white wines! Aromas of pears and quince. Vibrant acidity.


2013 Le Creete, Lugana, Ottella (Lombardy, Italy)

100% Trebbiano. Beautifully crisp and long and full of minerals. Another big corker.


2014 Sancerre Silex, Philippe Giraud (Loire, France)

Produced in a small limestone enclave named Silex. Flint aroma shine through. Sensational and lively, lovely, long finish.


2014 Chablis, Oliver Tricon (Burgundy, France)

This benchmark Chablis delivers crisp and citrus overtones with a mineral finish.


Whites: Jump Overboard




2012 Ribas Blanc, Vi de la Terra (Mallorca)

A blend of 85% local Prensal, 10% Chardonnay plus a little Viognier lending the wine peachiness and aromatics.


2013 Saint Veran, Domaine Paquet (Burgundy, France)

Tremendously characterful wine. Rounded and fruity with hints of aniseed and liquorice.


2011 Monte Volpe Primo Bianco (Mendocino County, California, USA)

A blend of 7 grape varieties giving a rich and intensely fruity wine. Balanced, crisp with a long finish.


2014 Pouilly Fumé Cuvée de Boisfleury, Alain Cailbourdin (Loire, France)

Fruity citrus, grapefruit and passionfruit. Great concentration and purity.


2013 Gusbourne Estate Guinevere (Appledore, Kent, England)

“An English Chardonnay of distinction.” A generous nose of butter and creamy oak, with a citrus streak:

all classic traits of a barrel fermented cool climate Chardonnay.


2007 Amity Pinot Blanc (Oregon, USA)

Planting Pinot Blanc over Chardonnay, this respected family owned vineyard has excelled in producing this

dry, crisp and unoaked white.


2011 Rully 1er Cru Rabource, Domaine Jaeger-Defaix (Burgundy, France)

A real success for this fine wine. Some pine with a touch of lemon, soft and luscious.


2012 Cometa Planeta (Sicily)

With its deep straw colour this intense wine from 100% Fiano is complex, harmonious and a joy to drink!


2008 Amity Single Estate Gewurtztraminer (Oregon, USA)

The rich flavours run the spectrum from floral to honeyed spice in this winter wine. Drinking perfectly now!


2008 Stefano Lubiana Estate Chardonnay (Tasmania, Australia)

Barrel fermented and left to mature on its lees in oak there is a vibrancy and intensity of flavour in its fruit

that continues to shine through age. An outstanding chardonnay.


2014 Condrieu “La Petite Côte”, Yves Cuilleron (Nothern Rhone)

Condrieu is arguably the Northern Rhône’s most distinctive white wine made exclusively from Viognier. From master

Condrieu producer Yve Cuilleron, this wine is rich, luscious with a toasty, smokey edge.






2014 Estate Malbec, Humberto Canale Patagonia (Argentina)

Careful oak ageing, full bodied and complex. One for the carnivores.


2013 JeanJean Fenouillet Faugeres (Languedoc, France)

Blended from the grapes grown on the steep slopes of Faugeres, this wine is rich and structured with velvety tannins.


2013 Meses 4 Monastrell, Juan Gil (Jumilla, Spain)

50 year old vines makes this wine intense, juicy and hugely enjoyable. Spiced plums and black cherry flavours shine through.


2012 Tomero, Cabernet Sauvignon (Argentina)

Intense and bursting with fruit and tannins. Big, but easy drinking.

2014 Primitivo della Puglia, Botromagno (Puglia, Italy)
Intense and elegant with a delicate scent of berry fruits. Full-bodied and perfect with roast meats.
2010 L’Appassito Rosso Veneto (Veneto, Italy)
Robust, bright garnet red with notes of spice and dried fruit. We love it.
2013 El Bonne Homme, Rafael Cambra (Valencia, Spain)
Fantastic organic red that really delivers. Seductive, concentrated fruit - a real gem.
2012 Lacrima di Morro D’Alba DOC, Velenosi (Marche, Italy)
Native to the Marche region, Lacrima delivers a unique, intense wine with hints of violets and roses.
2014 Fleurie “La Bonne Dame”(Beaujolais, France)
Overflowing with cranberry and raspberry fruits. Elegant, dry, medium bodied.
2012 Emile Balland ‘Les Beaux Jours’ Coteaux du Giennois (Loire, France)
Made from Gamay, this elegant wine shares a lot with classic Beaujolais styles. Benefits from the Loire’s flinty soils.
2012 Inarno, Petrolo (Tuscany, Italy)
Made from old vine Sangiovese, perfumed and floral with red cherry undertones, soft tannins and a fresh finish.
2012 Serrata di Belguardo, Maremma, Tenuta Belguardo, (Italy)
Elegant, powerful and smooth. Deep porcini and cherry - rich and aromatic.
2011/12 Vacqueyras, Dom Montvac “Arabesque’ (Rhone, France)
Mainly Grenache with a touch of Syrah and Mouvedre. Nicely balanced. Great with light meats.
2010/11 Ixir Altitudes Red (Lebanon)
Grown at 1000m above sea level, the result is stunning. Warm, ripe with red berries and vanilla.
2010 Rosso di Montalcino, Il Poggione (Tuscany, Italy)
Sangiovese and Tuscany - classic combo. Lighter and fresher in style than big brother Brunello.
2008 Bethel Heights Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA)
At its best after 2012 which is about now! Earthy with berry fruit.
2010 Langhe Nebbiolo DOC, Parusso (Piemonte, Italy)
Made form the same grape as Barolo (Nebbiolo). Warm, soft and lengthy with a hint of oak.
2011 Barolo, Sansilvestro (Piedmont, Italy)
Spices and dried flowers on the nose, and smooth and mouth-filling, with good tannins;
2012 Chateau de Campuget “La Sommeliere” (Southern Rhone)
Campuget estate’s prestige cuvee, made only from it’s oldest Syrah vines. Intense sweet berry fruit on the nose with balance, depth and structure. Fantastically long finish!
2010 Chateauneuf du Pape, Dom Chante Cigale (Rhone, France)
Deep ruby in colour with a wonderful spicy nose. Everything you’d expect from a hefty Chateauneuf. A real winter warmer.
2008/09 Chateau Orisse du Casse St Emilion, Grand Cru (Bordeaux, France)
A lovely rounded St Emilion. Medium bodied with rich fruit and bags of blackberry.
2010 Barbaresco DOCG (Italy)
Nebbiolo shines again in the form of Barbaresco. Made for aging it develops into a complex and elegant wine and this is no exception.
2007 Crozes-Hermitage, Les Trois Chenes, Emmanuel Darnaud (Rhone, France)
From a young Rhone winemaker, these wines have bright fruit and a seductive smokey nose. Beautifully made and will only improve with age.
*Please note that vintage are subject to change      




2013 Planeta Rose DOC (Sicily)
Silky smooth with notes of rose petals, pomegranate and strawberries. Light and fresh.
2013 Sancerre Rosé, Domaine des Vieux Pruniers (Loire, France)
From the Pinot Noir grape, this rose is a stunner. The palate is refreshing, but there is plenty of fruit.
2013 Emile Balland ‘Les Beaux Jours’ Rose (Coteaux du Gionnoise, France)
A Pinot Noir and Gamay blend grown on Silex soils: a wine of incredible complexity, with layers of flowers and fruit.
2012 Grande Reserve Rose, Chateau Sainte Marguerite Cru Classe (Provence, France)
Situated between Toulon and Saint Tropez, this little seaside village is gifted with exceptional climatic conditions and great soil, producing top quality wines.

Sherries & Ports


1/2 Btl


NV Finest Reserve Port, Quinto Do Crasto £5.50    
NV Pedro Jimenez (PX) £6.50 £18.00  
2007 LBV Quinta do Crasto £7.00   £38.00
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