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Bella di Cerignola Olives Plump, green, salty flavour-bombs from Sicily. With their mild flavour and crisp bite, the Green Bella di Cerignola are the perfect snack to get your mouth watering £4.00 Smoked Almonds They found almonds in TutankhamunÛªs tomb. Wonder if Egyptian pharaohs smoked their nuts? £4.00 Roasted & Salted Cashews Cashew nuts are protected by a toxin found in poison ivy. WeÛªve removed it. YouÛªre welcome. The rich, buttery flavour is perfect with light, crisp, summery wines £4.00 Biltong The original South African jaw strengthener, which fits the bill with one of or amazing reds £9.00


Bodega Vinessens El Scandalo Monastrell, 2014, Alicante, Spain Alicante’s reds are big, so Marta and Andres’ lighter style Monastrell is scandalous £12.75 Domaine St Honorat Rouge, 2013, CÌ«tes du RhÌ«ne, France Syrah/Grenache from organic vineyards promoting biodiversity and butterflies £14.50 Domaine de La Martinette, 2010, Bordeaux, France Soft & unpretentious Merlot made from old vines by Flying Winemaker Jacques Lurton £15.00 Millaman Estate Reserve Pinot Noir, 2014, Leyda Valley, Chile The Guardian says Climate Change is killing French Pinot Noir. RIP. We’ve found it’s replacement £17.25 Quinta de Saes Colheita Tinto, 2013, DÌ£o, Portugal Find out why this region is called the Burgundy of Portugal. Just DaíÄo it £18.00 Galfano Nero d’Avola, 2013, Sicilia IGP, Italy This wine sings. Try it and see if doesnÛªt make you sing too £18.00 Pico Cuadro Tempranillo, 2013, Ribera del Duero, Spain Made 30m from Pingus by an ex-Vega-Sicilia winemaker. Like Malbec meets Rioja £18.00 Millaman Limited Reserve Malbec, 2013, Valle de CuricÌ_, Chile Normally Chile doesnÛªt have the fiery passion of neighbours Argentina. Millaman didn’t get the memo £19.00 La Colombina Rosso di Montalcino, 2012, Rosso di Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy Brunello di Montalcino is George Clooney. Rosso is his trendy younger brother £23.00 Bartinney Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012, Stellenbosch, South Africa Leopards & honey badgers wander through this eco-friendly mountain vineyard £23.75 The Islander Estate Bark Hut Road Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Viognier, 2013, Kangaroo Island, South Australia Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz & Viognier. Made by a Frenchie on remote OZ island £27.00 ChÌ¢teau Puy Mouton, 2010, Saint-Ìämilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France Classic Claret from UNESCO World Heritage site. Contains no lentils or mutton £30.00 Quinta dos Castelares Colheita Tinto, 2011, Douro Superior, Douro Valley, Portugal This is basically Port without the fortification, oak ageing or hangover £12.75 ChÌ¢teau La Croix Saint Vincent, 2010, Pomerol, Bordeaux, France Blackberries, blackcurrants, raspberries, laced with toasted spices. Great pedigree & a bargain £35.25 Podere Ruggeri Corsini Barbera d’Alba Armujan Superiore, 2010, Barbera d’Alba DOC, Piedmont, Italy Eco-friendly wine made on little over a football pitch of old vines. Plum, cherry & tea leaf £24.25 La Colombina Palpito Rosso, 2011, Sant’Antimo DOC, Tuscany, Italy Palpito translates as beating heart. And Colombina means little dove: Super Tuscan £19.75 Podere Ruggeri Corsini Barolo Bussia Corsini, 2008, Barolo Bussia Corsini DOCG, Piedmont, Italy The Argamantes left banking jobs to become winemakers. They deserve bonuses £42.00 ChÌ¢teau Gigognan Clos du Roi Rouge, 2012, ChÌ¢teauneuf-du-Pape, RhÌ«ne Valley, France Grenache and Syrah, protected by a no-fly zone for flying saucers since 1954 £38.50 Millaman Estate Reserve CarmeíneíÛre, 2014, CuricÌ_ Valley, Chile When we tried the Millaman wines, the only tasting note we wrote was: WINNER! £14.50 ChÌ¢teau les Croisille Divin, 2011, Cahors, South West France Tea leaf, elderberries, earth & vanilla pod. Decanter voted this as the #1 Malbec from Cahors £31.75 Domaine des Marechaux Pur Merlot, 2012, Bordeaux Superieur, France Brambly, plummy, funky & unfiltered. If Bordeaux had a resident hipster riding a unicycle, it would be this guy £18.00 Weingut Von Winning Pinot Noir II, 2013, Pfalz, Germany Violets, toasty coffee, dark chocolate, raspberry, plum, black cherry, seashore pebbles and cream £31.05 Domaine des Marechaux Pur Merlot, 2012, Bordeaux Superieur, France Brambly, plummy and slightly funky. Clean and wonderfully drinkable, but with a definite hint of the land on it £17.85 Divin Croisille Malbec, Cahors France 2011 Tea leaf, elderberries, roasted meat, earth, vanilla pod and freshly ground black pepper £31.65


Domaine Raymond Morin La Sauvignole, 2015, Loire Valley, France If you bottled Paul SimonÛªs Graceland, it would taste like this upbeat Sauvignon £16.75 Cantina Ronca Pinot Grigio, 2014, Veneto, Italy Weird, the Pinot Grigio isn’t the cheapest one on the list. Try it and find out why £16.75 Weingut Von Winning Riesling, 2013, Pfalz, Germany Could’ve named it Von Epic or Von Party in my Mouth. Von Winning hearts and minds £19.75 Dr Deinhard Grauer Burgunder, 2014, Pfalz, Germany Dangerously easy to drink, made by a doctor and prescribed by us £19.75 Bartinney Chardonnay, 2014, Stellenbosch, South Africa Made on a mountain. These vines are but a wispy cloud away from heaven £20.75 Dutton Goldfield Dutton Ranch Chardonnay, 2014, Russian River Valley, California, USA California knows how to party. Yes they do. California Love £38.00 Quinta de Saes Colheita Branco, 2014, DÌ£o, Portugal The Hippo Wine. Made by father & daughter. Would you work with your dad? £15.00 Domaine Garnier & Fils Chablis, 2015, Chablis, Burgundy, France Grown on sea fossils by the best bespectacled brothers since The Proclaimers £23.75 ChÌ¢teau Saint-Pierre Tradition Blanc, 2012, CÌ«tes de Provence, France White flowers & candied fruit. Aperitif anyone? £14.00 Domaine la Colombette Cuvee Barbejo, 2014, Vin de France, Languedoc, France Tropical fruit on an adventure! Light, Exotic & Experimental £14.50 Jacques Lurton Calcareus, 2013, Touraine, Loire, France Made by a prolific clan. Infamous for their wine making pedigree and their marriages £15.00 Domaine Garnier & Fils Vaudesir, 2012, Chablis Grand Cru, France Serious stone fruit, citrus, oyster shells & gentle wood. Bring this one home to impress your in-laws £60.50 First Drop A Game of Two Halves White, 2014, South Australia, Australia Strong apple notes, dangerously drinkable. NeymarÛªs preferred tipple £18.00 Jacques Lurton Calcareus Touraine Sauvignon Blanc 2013 France Highly aromatic wine, releasing scents of green apple, guava and smoked flavours £14.95 The Islander Estate ‘The White’, 2014, Kangaroo Island, South Australia Lemon, honey and floral notes with a lick of spice from the French oak £20.80 First Drop ‘Endless Summer’ Pinot Grigio 2015 ItÛªs deliciously refreshing, overflowing with apples, limes and thirst quenching drinkability. Crank up the tunes. Good times £19.55 2013 Hawkshead Pinot Gris Central Otago New Zealand Central Otago Pinot Gris is aromatic white with a very nice touch of sweetness £27.10 Condor Millaman Chardonnay 2014, Central Valley Chile Deliciously fresh, very young wine. Pale yellow color. Well-balanced, dry white wine £13.25 Domaine Raymond Morin La Jalousie, 2013, Anjou, Loire Valley France Laced with apple, peach, apricot, shortcake, almond pastry, chalk and lemon meringue £19.00 Winzer Schup Riesling, 2013, Thermenregion, Austria Subtle hints of blood orange, citrus zests and flowers. Juicy, clear and expressive £18.50 Winzer Schup Chardonnay, 2014, Thermenregion, Austria Fine tropical fruit nose with pineapple and mango, plus some delicate spicy oak which is very balanced £18.50 Winzer Schup Roter Veltliner, 2014, Thermenregion, Austria Aromatic but smooth and well balanced white with dried fruit, vanilla, and citrusy acidity. £17.25


Bernard Lonclas Cuvee Prestige, NV, Champagne, France No famous name, celebrity backing, marketing or big discounts. Just goodness £38.00 Ghisolana Prosecco Over 100 Extra Dry, 2012, Asolo Superiore, Veneto, Italy One of the most aristocratic Proseccos around. This is not just fruity frivolous fizz £19.00 Gosset Grande Reserve, NV, Champagne, France Five years on the lees. The oldest Champagne house. Grab life by the Gosset £64.50 Llopart Reserva Brut, 2013, Cava, Pened̬s, Spain Produced by SpainÛªs oldest boutique Cava house. Still riddled by hand £21.25


Domaine des Marechaux Rose, 2014, Bordeaux, France Dry but with notes of candyfloss, Ribena & cherry drops. Childhood revisited £29.00 Domaine des Aspras, Les Trois Freres, 2015, Provence, France Named after the three Lazt brothers: Raphael, Sebastien and Alexandre £15.53


Celia Lager £2.90 ELB Beers £3.45 Gosnell £4.30 Organic Celia Lager x 4 Organic craft Czech lager, gluten free and naturally carbonated £11.50 ELB x 4 (East London Brewing Company) £13.50 Gosnell x2 Crisp and fresh drink brewed with a lager yeast with a complex sweetness from the orange blossom honey £8.50

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