Santa Alvara Sauvignon Blanc (Chile) £4.95 / £17.95
Santa Alvara is the second label of the renowned Lapostolle winery, aromas of gooseberry and elderflower, leading to a refreshing medium-bodied palate with green apple fruit flavours and a citrus kick on the finish.
San Vitto Pinot Grigio (Italy) £4.95 / £16.95
Dry, full and round with a bright pale yellow complexion, offering aromas of wild flowers and acacia.
Valle Dorado Cab. Sauv. (Chile) £4.95 / £16.95
Fruit is sourced from a selection of different valleys in the Central region, including Curico, Maule and Colchagua. Intense and lively, with a juicy mouthful of ripe red fruits, a smooth palate and a round tasty finish.
Flutterby Shiraz (S. Africa) £4.95 / £17.95
The full ripeness of selected Shiraz grapes brings you a serious wine with splendid ripe full plum extracts and spicy aromas, backed by hints of Eucalyptus.
Feather Falls White Zinfandel (USA) £4.95 / £16.95
Feather Falls White Zinfandel has a pale ruby hue with a red berry and peach bouquet; delicious as an aperitif, with spicy dishes or with light foods. Medium sweet, with a lovely watermelon and strawberry freshness and a creamy finish.
Ch Bauduc Rosé (France) £24.95
The Bauduc Rose is something of a revelation. In adopting some more Provencal techniques, Gavin has come up with a barley pink, peach and tangerine tinged cuvée which is certainly worth the time, effort and money. Gordon Ramsays house wine.
Mallee Point Chardonnay (Australia) £18.95
A ripe and generous Chardonnay exhibiting bright aromas of peach and pineapple, the palate is round and flavoursome with just a dash of Aussie sunshine.
Beauvignac Picpoul de Pinet (France) £20.95
This rare grape, from vines grown near salty ponds on the very edge of the Mediterranean, produces a wine of fascinating contrasts. It is rich, almost floral and spicy on the nose and both bone-dry and full textured on the palate.
I Muri Bianco (Italy) £21.95
A vibrant, juicy blend of local grapes has resulted in a wine with lifted aromas of peaches and stone fruit with some citrus notes, which follow on to the palate. This wine is crisp with refreshing acidity.
Fairhall Cliffs Sauvignon Blanc (NZ) £22.95
This vineyard was planted in 1974 by John Marris and is officially the oldest surviving vineyard in Marlborough. These old vines start to give wines with more mineral characteristics - like Sancerre only on steroids.
Barville Cotes du Rhone White (France) £23.95
Pale Yellow with green hints. Aromas of exotic fruits, white flowers and citrus fruits. Wonderful complexity with notes of peach and apricot, this wine displays excellent freshness and length.
Russbach Classic Riesling (Germany) £25.95
This is seriously good stuff - lemon and lime jostle with passion fruit, apple and elderflower - all dancing on your tongue. 3rd best Riesling in Germany.
Chablis Pascal Bouchard ‘Le Classique’ (France) £34.95
A generous wine with excellent characteristics. Made from a careful blending, this is truly the wine style of Pascal Bouchard.Our long yielding vines average between 30 and 40 years of age have deep roots that help produce a high class wine; fat, concentrated with mineral notes.
Sancerre Tradition by JP Mollet (France) £6.50
The world’s best Sauvignon Blanc is still made in the Loire as this beautiful wine illustrates. No bells and whistles, just pure lime fruit with a nice vegetal, green herb touch. As with all of the very best French wines the key words are elegance and restraint. A really lovely glass.
Primo Sangiovese, Merlot (Italy) £19.95
Extremely classy and ultra smooth, showing black hedgerow fruit, with subtle smoky notes.
Boland Cappuccino Pinotage (S. Africa) £20.95
Boland Cappuccino Pinotage is very seductive, expressing the delicious mocha flavours of ground coffee and cacao intermixed with juicy flavours of mulberry and plums
Fantini Montepulciano (Italy) £21.95
Brilliant wee everyday glugger, Loads of fruit, little in the way to acidity and tannin - this is very definitely Italian!
Nuscaa Malbec (Argentina) £22.95
A light body Malbec round and attractive, easy and fully aromatic.Plum and black cherries dominate the fruity stream. Nice chocolate and sweet whole bean coffee.
Cuna de Reyes Rioja Crianza (Spain) £24.95
Bursting with ripe fruit aromas and tones of tasted oak and vanilla. Delicious, round, nutty palate with a subtle vanilla-berry finish.
Bodegas Garzon Tannat (Uruguay) £27.95
This wine is a surprise. Uruguay is tucked along the South Atlantic between Brazil and Argentina. It’s dark as night, in- tense, dense, and packed with fruit. Think berries, plums — and spicy black pepper, dark chocolate and espresso coffee.
Moillard Fleurie (France) £29.95
Fleurie gets its intense crimson colour, its floral and fruity aromas of iris, violet, rose, red fruits, and vine peach from the pink granite soil the vines grow in. The mouthfeel combines elegance, finesse and a freshly and silky body.
Ch Cardinale Villemaurine St Emillion Grand Cru (France) £39.95
The intense garnet hue and ruby tints of this wine herald in a subtle, harmonious bouquet divided between ripe red and dark fruit and oakiness with a touch of vanilla.
Picnic Pinot Noir £42.95
A rich ruby colour, with hints of brambles, plums up front, with a distinct herbs and spice in mid palate with the savoury undertones that are distinctive of the vintage. This wine shows good length and depth in its youth and will develop more complexity with bottle age. Sam Neills Winery - Born in Omagh.
Anaperanna Shiraz Cabernet (Australia) £79.95
Opaque purple, this wine offers a sensational bouquet of pain grille, scorched earth, meat, game, blueberry, and blackcurrants. This is followed by a surprisingly elegant yet powerful, structured wine with gobs of spicy fruit, ripe tannins and a plush texture.
Villa Jolanda Prosecco 20 cl (Italy) £7.95
Northern Ireland has been transformed into a land of Prosecco lovers, and is it any wonder? Lighter than Champagne and relatively low in acidity, this funky bubbly is insanely gluggable - lemon sherbet fruit all the way! A beautiful aperitif as well.
Borgo Magredo Prosecco (Italy) £24.95
Prosecco is the sparkling wine for those who think they don’t like sparkling wine! Racy, sparky, funky frolics, from your head down to your toes. Expect savoury lemon sherbet and pear drop fruit and ultra refreshment!
Duval Leroy Brut N.V. (France) £49.95
France’s favourite Champagne - there are more famous names but very, very few can match the quality of this stunning fizz. Unusually for Champagne, Carole Duval-Leroy’s family owns all their vineyards and management is strict, resulting in sensational quality. Only champagne to be in the wine spectator top 100 and this is listed in 22 three-star Michelin restaurants in France.
Duval Leroy Rose (France) £64.95
Presented in a beautiful, seductive bottle, the Brute Rose shows a salmon colour with aromas of wild cherries, figs and even a hint of ginger and geranium. With a solid maturity and balanced vinosity, this wine represents the best of what Duval-Leroy has to offer to wine lovers and fans of fine roses.
DESSERT WINE & PORT
Woodstock Botrytis Semillon (Australia) £3.95 / £29.95
Aromas of apricots, orange and mandarin peel, candied citrus set the scene for an explosion of luscious citrus, creme caramel and marmalade flavours on the palate. Some nutmeg and spice are also detected. Very sweet flavours linger on the finish, with a balance of acid leaving you longing for more.
Niepoort Tawny (Portugal) £3.95 / £29.95
“Interesting earthly, floral and fruity notes, medium-bodied, lightly sweet, adding a fruity, ironlike, earthy finish.” Wine Spectator.