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1 House White Wine Sicilia Bianco Ramarro £3.25 £4.25 £5.75 £11.50 £15.50
2 Chardonnay Terre Passeri, Veneto, Italy £3.50 £4.50 £6.25 £12.50 £16.95
Yellow straw colour, typical bouquet recalling acacia flowers; dry and full taste. Wine adapted to hors d’oeuvres, fresh cheeses, first courses, white meats.
3 Pinot Grigio Collezione Veneto, Italy £4.75 £4.75 £6.75 £12.75 £18.00
The colour is golden yellow, an ample and pervasive perfume with an engaging fragrance of wild honey, walnut husks and dry flowers. A dry, smooth, creamy, fresh flavour with and elegant finish of pears and yellow fresh fruits
4 Sauvignon Blanc Zagara , Veneto, Italy £4.25 £5.50 £7.50 £14.00 £19.95
Aromatic and grassy with a zasty lemon/lime characters exotic gooseberry & grapefruit flavours. Well balanced with surprisingly good finish
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37 Pinot Grigio Blush Veneto, Italy £3.75 £4.75 £6.75 £12.95 £18.00
Fresh delicate aromas that open up in the glass and an excellent balance between mellow fruit and fresh acidity on the palate
38 Rose D`Anjou Loire Valley, France £4.25 £5.50 £7.50 £14.00 £19.95
A bright salmon pink rosé made from the Groslot grape variety, grown on the gravel soils of the central Loire. It is a medium dry rose, the sweetness finely balanced with notes of summer fruits, strawberry, watermelon and hints of ripe peach. Well balanced and fresh with a crisp, clean acidity
5 Viognier La Playa, Colchagua Valley, Chile
An exotic aroma of dried apricots, pineapple, banana & lychee. Vibrant tropical flavours flash across the tongue before expanding on the palate with a long, dry & pleasant finish
6 Fiano Salento Apulia, Italy
This wine Shows splendid acidity, good body and a distinct presence of toasted hazelnut, delicious with seafood, fish and simply prepared white meats
7 Verduzzo Friulano Scolaris Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
Straw yellow and delicately perfumed with the delicate scents of hillside flowers, beeswax and a hint of nutmeg. A delicate and gentle sweet wine that is never sickly and partners well with lighter pastries and fruit-based desserts
8 Gavi di Gavi Il Rocchin, Piedmont, Italy
Light to medium straw yellow in colour, this one has an intense and very distinctive bouquet, facets of citrus fruits and white flowers, the palate has hints of exotic fruits, pineapple and peach and a hint of almond in the finish with great structure
9 Sauvignon Blanc Roaring Meg Otago, New Zealand
A fresh aroma of lemon grass & lime peel with citrus fruit flavours, taste very well balanced and refreshing, with a medium to long finish
10 Pinot Grigio FestivalTrentino Alto Adige, Italy
Full-bodied, extract-rich white wine with a warm, flowery scent which demonstrates different characteristics depending upon its zone of cultivation. The spectrum ranges from slim, fresh representatives in the Val Venosta to wines with a certain mineral quality in the Adige Valley
11 Chardonnay Morning Fog, Wente California, USA
Dry wine with a beautiful straw colour and aromas of freshly cut apple, vanilla, citrus and well-integrated oak. This Chardonnay has a mouth-filling bodywith a medium-long refreshing finish.
12 Sancerre Domaine Andre Neveu, France
Rich, aromatic & firmly structured with a complex, zesty finish
13 Chablis Domaine Alain Gautheron, France
A traditional Chablis with fresh, floral aromas, appely fruit & complex,
rich mineral character
14 Pouilly Fuisse 'Les Crays', Domaine Auvigue, France
Vibrant Chardonnay fruit, rich with mineral flavours while a brief maturation in wooden cask adds spice & complexity
15 Puligny Montrachet Domaine Jean Pascal, France
Elegant, not overly oaked & retaining a lovely concentration of butterscotch and hazelnuts, & finishes with complex flavours of brioche and cinnamon
Mineral Water £2.45
  Lemonade £1.90
  Mixers £1.90
Coca Cola £2.30
  J20 £2.30
  Juices £2.20
Fanta £2.30
  Appletiser £2.30
  St Clements £2.50
Peroni £3.70
  Moretti £3.90
Rothaus Lager £4.00
  Rothaus Wheat Beer £4.00
Rothaus Shandy £3.90
  Rothaus Non-alcohol Beer £3.90
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17 House Red Wine Sangiovese £3.25 £4.25 £5.75 £11.50 £15.50
18 Montepulciano d`Abruzzo Ca Del Moro, Abruzzo, Italy £3.50 £4.50 £6.25 £12.50 £16.95
Famous wine form Abruzzo region Rich ruby red with similar red fruit aromas and flavours on the palate. A nose and palate bursting with cherries and plums surrounded with a pleasant unassuming hint of spicy oak
19 DonVito Prestige Selento, Puglia, Italy £3.75 £4.75 £6.75 £12.95 £18.00
Made of 50% Primitivo and 50% Negromaro. Deep ruby red colour with violet highlights. Intense and fragrant bouquet with a rich variety of ripe fruits, pleasant, harmonious and velvety taste
20 Chianti Col di Rose Santa Croce, Tuscany, Italy £4.25 £5.50 £7.50 £17.00 £19.95/font>
Ruby red. The wine presents tannins and aromas of red flowers, berries and plums
21 Vega Tinto DFJ Vinhos, Douro Valley, Portugal
Smooth and wood-aged, with fruit flavours of blueberry and red cherry combine with rounded tannins and spice note to give a rich feel. Full bodied, yet very elegant. Among 17.000 wines Vega was voted #1 Best Buy for 2012 by the Wine Enthusiasts magazine
22 Sangiovese Sir PassoDuca Di Saragnano, Tuscany, Italy
Late-harvest, over ripe, dehydrated Sangiovese is the main innovative technique. The grapes have huge sugar content as is witnessed by its 15° of alcohol combined with the extraordinary chocolate black cherry bitter-sweetness of the wine. Fruit character is that of black cherries, which though very ripe are kept fresh by Sangiovese 's natural acidity and that individual almond note on the back of the finish
23 Rioja Bodegas Ramon Bilbao 'Edicion Limitada', Spain
Made from 40 years old Tempranillo vines, then is fermented in large oak barrel and matured in barrique for 14 months and a further 9 months in bottle.
An intense dark garnet colour with aromas of fresh red berry, plum & cherry followed by subtle oak & smoked notes on the palate with well structured
tannins & a long balanced finish
24 Shiraz Polish Hill River, Paulett Wines, Clare Valley, South Australia
Aromas of blackberry, plum & chocolate are given an element of spice from
18 months maturation in American oak barrel. It is a powerful Shiraz, richly flavoured with candied fruits, game & mineral nuances, long & satisfying
26 Malbec Reserve Santa Sara, Argentina
This lightly oaked Malbec has an intense deep red colour with violet hues. Complex aromas of plums and ripe cherries and violets. It is enhanced by the presence of dry fruits and mint hints. A wine of great concentration, showing sweet and voluminous tannins and wonderful complexity. It has won Gold medal at San Francisco International Wine Competition
28 Valpolicella Ripasso Corte Giona, Veneto, Italy
A subtle and wonderfully charismatic cherry scented red wine, given an extraordinary depth of flavour by refermenting the blend of Valpolicella grape varieties on the skin left from the Amarone wine and matured for 18 months in large oak barrels. The wine shows a spicy pepper nose, with a hint of raisins. Intense, spicy and sweet cherry flavours abound on the palate, a well balanced wine
25 Chianti Calssico RiservaScudierl, Tuscany, Italy
It is a Chianti selected according to its special properties of excellence. It is aged two years in oak barrels and refined in bottle. The deep ruby-red colour with orange shades,the intense long-lasting bouquet and the mature full taste,respect the great Tuscan Tradition of wine production
31 Barolo ", Pojane, Piedmont, Italy
Near the town of Barolo in the rolling hills of Piedmont, where vineyards have long been famous for producing some of Italy’s very finest red wines – predominantly from the region’s signature grape variety, Nebbiolo. This wine has been aged 3 years in Slovenian oaks followed by 12 months in bottle. Ruby red in colour, it is fully bodied, robust but velvety and harmonious
27 Pinot Noir Wairau River, Marlborough, New Zealand
Wairau River is one of the largest independent wine estates in Marlborough, and the range of elegant wines is characteristically expressive of its Marlborough roots. The wine shows aromas of cherry and wild berry fruits, shadowed by supple oak, whilst the palate is soft and generous, showing true varietal flavours
29 Rioja Gran Reserva Ramon Bilbao, Spain
Harvested from old vines this Rioja wine is aged for 30 months in American oak casks, followed by a further 36 months ageing in the cellar. It has deep ruby red, bonfire aromas are followed by stewed fruit and spices on the palate. Well structured and harmonious on the finish. 91 points Wine Spectator May 2012. Decanter silver medal 2012. IWSC Bronze medal 2012
32 Emozione Negroamaro Salento, Puglia, Italy
Emozione is one of the best expressions of the Negroamaro grape variety. Only the best bunches are carefully selected and handpicked. The wine is aged in new French oak barrels for 9 months and further 12 months in bottle. The result is exiting. The wine is dark ruby with a shades of purple, on the nose has scent of wild berries and roasted nuts and the palate is marked by vanilla with long lingering finish and velvety texture, combining warm and austerity of flavours ranging from roast coffee beans, tobacco and spice. Well balanced with strong, but sweet tannins on a pleasantly bitter background
34 Brunello Di Montalcino Antinori,, Tuscany, Italy
The wine has been aged for 4 years in oak casks and further 6 months in bottle and it’s colour is visibly limpid, brilliant, an intense ruby red, with reflections of garnet. The bouquet is intense, persistent, full and ethereal, revealing the aromas of spices, forest floor, small red fruit and rich perfumed roses. The taste of the wine is elegant, harmonious, with long aromatic persistence, balanced tannins and well rounded, with a dry and persistent finish
35 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva Tenute Salvaterra, Veneto, Italy
This is a very refined Amarone with great balance and infinite elegance and thanks to his structure and extract it will be able to improve with the passage of the years. Dark ruby colour with a very slight gamet edge: an intense and very complex perfume with dominant notes of raisins, cherries and prunes with hints of vanilla violets and cinnamon, Full, generous and firm with an elegant and persistent aftertaste of jam and spices
36 Tignanello Antinori, Tuscany, Italy
Antinori is the most famous name in Italian wine and the influence of Piero Antinori in the last 25 years has been nothing short of revolutionary. Antinori‘s flagship wine, Tignanello, first appeared in 1971 and caused a sensation by its use of Cabernet Sauvignon in a Sangiovese blend and with its practice of ageing in small French barriques. The wine's characteristic power has been joined by a new sense of grace, with notes of violet and liquorice complementing the red fruit and toasty oak aromas. The palate is sleek and seamless even in its youth, aiming for length over breadth
40 Prosecco Veneto, Italy NV
Prosecco is the fashionable dry sparkling wine produced from Prosecco grapes grown in the hills of Treviso, Veneto region. The clean fruity aromatic bouquet contains hints of flowers, honey and apple leading to a well balanced, light and fresh palate
41 Rose Brut V.S.A.Q. Casa Coller, Veneto, Italy
An intense bouquet with a mellow, fruity flavour. This important cuvée represents the careful and precise choice for those seeking a wine for accompanying all the courses of a refined meal. It goes perfectly both with fish dishes and white meats
42 Blanc De Blancs Brut “Hindleap” East Sussex, Bluebell vineyard, UK
Situated near the famous Bluebell Steam Railway and the historic Sheffield Park and Garden in Sussex, Bluebell Vineyard Estates is home to the award-winning range of ‘Hindleap’ Sparkling wines. Born in New Zealand, and a former lecturer at the ‘wine university’ Plumpton College, Kevin Sutherland is the viticulturist and winemaker at Bluebell Vineyard Estates and helped establish the estate when it was founded in 2005. His background in horticulture has driven his desire to produce fruit-driven, distinctly fresh, vintage wines
43 Perrier Jouet Grand Brut, Champagne, France NV
Perrier Jouet carefully selects grapes from between 35 to 40 crus in the heart of the most prestigious sites in the Champagne region for its Champagnes. The slope of the famous Cote des Blancs, is without a doubt the finest vineyard area in the Champagne district as it grows the best Chardonnay grapes. This Grand Marque house is right on song and displays lovely aromas and flavours of tropical fruit. A full citrus, spice and yeast fruit flavour dominate the front palate followed by elegance, complexity. Overall this has a fine, persistent mousse followed by lingering flavours of fresh apples and lemons. A delightfully crisp and balanced Champagne