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Araldica Gavi la Luciana – 2015, 75cl Gavi is a crisp, fresh Italian white made to go with fish & seafood. We picked this example from Araldica because it captures everything that good gavi should have; vibrant apples & pears coupled with a crisp minerality. It_Ñés a great price too. – £11.00 Le Dolci Colline Prosecco Spumante – NV, 75cl A good value, zesty and gently fruity prosecco from the Veneto in north east Italy. It’s delicate and lively with pleasing grapey fruit flavours and a fresh acidity that helps give it a clean and refeshing finish. – £12.50 Vidal Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – 2016, 75cl An early New Zealand winery, vidal have been making wine for 100 years. Today they’re one of the country’s most innovative producers. Their Marlborough sauvignon with its racy acidity underpinning flavours of gooseberries and guava is absolutely spot on. – £13.00 Nieto Senetiner Reserva Malbec – 2015, 75cl A full bodied, concentrated blockbuster Malbec. Bold black fruits, spices and smoky aromas lead on to a full, ripe palate with rich, luscious mouthfeel, silky smooth tannins and a great finish. A lot of wine for the money. – £13.50 A Mano Primitivo di Puglia – 2013, 75cl From the deep south and from old, low yielding vines. The aim of the owners, Mark Shannon and Elvezia Sbalchiero is to make a concentrated, dark, full-bodied wine, and boy have they succeeded! The incredible intensity and structure will blow you away. – £14.00

Sparkling

Le Dolci Colline Prosecco Spumante – NV, 75cl A good value, zesty and gently fruity prosecco from the Veneto in north east Italy. It’s delicate and lively with pleasing grapey fruit flavours and a fresh acidity that helps give it a clean and refeshing finish. – £12.50 La Jara Organic Prosecco Frizzante – NV, 75cl An organic Prosecco with lots of fine bubbles and flavours of apple, peach, pear and ripe citrus fruits. A very approachable style that’s perhaps a bit too easy to drink! A step above a lot of other Proseccos. – £15.50 Langlois Chateau Cremant de Loire Brut – NV, 75cl A top quality sparkling wine from the Loire valley that certainly needs to be taken seriously. Under the ownership of Bollinger this is a real alternative to champagne made with exacting standards that shows by the quality in the glass. – £19.00 Champagne Gremillet Brut Selection – NV, 75cl A wonderfully good value Champagne, a regular award winner and it’s not hard to see why. The ripe Pinot Noir backbone gives it a generous yeasty and biscuity feel to go with the vibrant and lively mousse. – £30.00 Taittinger Brut Reserve – NV, 75cl Taittinger is still a family owned house in an age where many other Grande Marques are owned by multinational corporations. The lightness and elegance of this blend comes from the high proportion of Chardonnay used. – £42.00 Bollinger Special Cuvee Brut – NV, 75cl Special Cuvee is their famous, flagship label whose consistent quality simply speaks for itself. Over 85% of the grapes come from Grand Cru or Premier Cru vineyards and prior to release a it’s aged for more than twice the time required by the appellation. – £50.00 Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose – NV, 75cl The classic well-known and well-loved pink Champagne. Made with 100% Pinot Noir which gives it a lovely salmon colour. Fresh, aromatic, rich and precise. Lots of ripe and crisp red fruits of strawberries, raspberries and wild cherries. – £80.00 Dom Perignon Brut – 2006, 75cl Very possibly the world’s most recognizable luxury champagne and for something with such a reputation it doesn’t disappoint. It gives a comprehensive and rich sensory experience from the complexity of flavours, smooth mousse and stunning finish. – £170.00

Red Wine

Manzanos Tempranillo Rioja – 2015, 75cl A lovely fresh, youthful Rioja with ripe cherry and berry fruit flavours and hints of spice. Medium bodied, soft, rounded and approachable. – £10.00 Les Coteaux Cotes du Rhone Villages, Boutinot – 2013, 75cl A lively, peppery, black fruit and cherry scented nose. Supple red and black fruit flavours, touches of clove, black pepper and liquorice. Medium weight, fresh and juisy with fine,soft tanins. A great value Cotes du Rhone Villages. – £13.00 Nieto Senetiner Reserva Malbec – 2015, 75cl A full bodied, concentrated blockbuster Malbec. Bold black fruits, spices and smoky aromas lead on to a full, ripe palate with rich, luscious mouthfeel, silky smooth tannins and a great finish. A lot of wine for the money. – £13.50 Chianti Colli Senesi, Innocenti – 2012, 75cl Medium in weight but heavy in character, with earthy, meaty notes sitting deliciously alongside the hallmark bitter cherry on the palate. Rustic, spicy and warming. – £17.00 Gigondas, Domaine de la Haute Marone – 2013, 75cl A deep and intense classic Gigondas that’s full bodied with rich and smooth flavours. Deep and intense black cherries, dark chocolate, smoke, clove, nutmeg with touches of vanilla from the oak finished with a long length. – £21.00 Roaring Meg Pinot Noir – 2014, 75cl Made by Mount Difficulty, this wine exhibits a lovely mix of red and black berry fruits with further complexity gained from oak spice. Tannins rise gracefully out of the mid-palate and are balanced by rich fruit and natural, clean acidity. – £21.50 Marques de Murrieta Tinto Reserva Rioja – 2011, 75cl This is a terrific wine with all the hallmarks of classic Rioja. Extended barrel aging & a focus on quality has resulted in this subtle & elegant wine, full of red cherry, coffee & spices. The finish is a masterclass in finesse with its sweet toasty notes. – £22.50 Alasia Barolo – 2011, 75cl A richly-flavoured Barolo that’s nonetheless effortlessy approachable and beautifully presented too. Full, firm and ripe with rich, powerful flavours it’s well balanced by ripe tannins, complex savoury notes and a long finish. – £22.50 Chateau Beau-Site Haut-Vignoble, Saint-Estephe – 2009, 75cl A great left bank blend slightly favouring Cabernet Sauvignon. After more than 12 months in barrel the peppery and leathery notes sitting among the soft tannins and black fruit flavours make this a really rewarding and rounded mature wine. – £32.00 Chateauneuf-du-Pape `Cuvee Les Sommeliers`, Jaques Mestre – 2010, 75cl Grenache (60%) forms the backbone of this particular blend of Chateauneuf with Syrah and Mourvedre being the other significant varieties. It has the firm structure and power expected to mark this out as a fine example of the appellation. – £32.00 Alpha Zeta `A` Amarone – 2013, 75cl We had to taste a lot of Amarone to find one to meet our expectations. At this price, this one exceeds them. Essence of nuts, raisins and figs with a soft, silky, palate. Full bodied and voluptuous. – £35.00

Rose

Chateau Gairoird Rose, Cotes de Provence – 2015, 75cl An elegant, organic rose from the Cotes de Provence. Fresh aromas of grapefruit, peach and strawberry with floral notes that follow through to the palate. Crisp and clean mouthfeel with a fine finish. Classical style done well. – £15.50 Miraval Cotes de Provence Rose – 2015, 75cl Rated as one of the top rose wines in the world. Made by renowned Rhone producers, Famille Perrin, from the Provence estate of Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie. Delicate notes of raspberries, peaches and white flowers. Fresh and minerally with a long length. – £23.50

White Wine

Araldica Gavi La Luciana – 2015, 75cl Gavi is a crisp, fresh Italian white made to go with fish & seafood. We picked this example from Araldica because it captures everything that good Gavi should have; vibrant apples & pears coupled with a crisp minerality. It_Ñés a great price too. – £11.00 Petit Chenin Blanc, Ken Forrester – 2015, 75cl Made by Mr Chenin Blanc himself, Ken Forrester.A vibrant nose of fresh melon, citrus, peach and apple. Decent weight with a touch of creaminess on the palate. Plenty of vibrant, youthfruit here and bold acidity balanced by a just a hint of sweetness. – £12.00 Vidal Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – 2016, 75cl An early New Zealand winery, Vidal have been making wine for 100 years. Today they’re one of the country’s most innovative producers. Their Marlborough Sauvignon with its racy acidity underpinning flavours of gooseberries and guava is absolutely spot on. – £13.00 La Jara Organic Pinot Grigio – 2015, 75cl A great example of Pinot Grigio. This organic wine has flavours of ripe stone fruits; peach, pear and nectarine with lovely soft lemon as well. Dry, rounded and smooth with a good length and clean finish. A mouth filling, easy drinking, approachable wine. – £14.50 Turckheim Reserve Riesling – 2015, 75cl The Cave de Turckheim is known for its dependable quality and value and the Reserve Riesling is a perfect example of their craft. This has gentle aromas of lime followed by a characteristic florality and clean crisp finish. Spot on Alsatian Riesling. – £15.00 Glen Carlou Chardonnay – 2014, 75cl Attractive aromas of toasty oak, butterscotch, ctrus, apple and stone fruit. Good balance between ripe apple, citrus and peach fruit flavours and toasty oak. Rich, creamy mouthfeel. Good weight and concentration and a crisp, clean finish. – £16.50 La Colombe Chablis – 2015, 75cl An appealing, well made modern style Chablis at a rarely seen price level. The concentrated buttery, even toasty, aromas give way to minerals and ripe apricots on the palate. No oak is used in the winery and the result is a clean, fresh and vibrant wine. – £19.50 Sancerre Blanc, Domaine du Pre Semele – 2015, 75cl An elegant Sancerre with a ripe fruit character full of gooseberry flavours and with a zesty acidity. It’s full and round while maintaining a mouth watering freshness. Mouthwateringly good. – £20.00 Greywacke Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc – 2016, 75cl From the founding winemaker of Cloudy Bay comes now his own wine, Greywacke. This pedigree wine is made from grapes from selected top parcels of vines and has a wonderful crisp yet intense citrus, stone fruit and mineral character. – £22.00 Puligny Montrachet, Jean-Louis Chavy – 2013, 75cl Jean-Louis, the latest generation of a family who’ve been made Pulignys for over 200 years, started his own domaine a few years ago and has since built quite a reputation for elegant, understated wines that emphasise the minerality and finesse of Puligny. – £38.00

Dessert Wine

Domaine de Grange Neuve Monbazillac – 2010, 50cl Monbazillac wines are from around the town of the same name in the Bergerac region of France. Made in a similar style to its neighbour to the west, Sauternes, but without the price tag. A rich mouthfeel with honey, toffee and orange zest flavours. – £14.50

Port, Sherry & Fortified

Fonseca LBV Unfiltered – 2011, 75cl This is a robust, classic style of LBV with exceptional body, produced from foot-troden grapes from Fonseca’s own vineyards. This gives them exceptional quality control & it shows in the intensity & compleity of dried fruit flavours & impressive depth. – £22.00

Spirits

Aperol, 70cl Combines with prosecco and a splash of soda water to make the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour it has a unique bitter-sweet taste from a secret recipe that’s remianed unchanged since its creation. – £18.50 Campari, 70cl This famous spirit obtained from the infusion of bitter herbs, aromatic plants and fruits in alocohol and water has remained unchanged since first created in 1860. With its trademark, vibrant red colour it the base for many well known cocktails. – £22.50 Becketts London Dry Gin, 70cl Distilled in Kingston this is the only gin in the world using English juniper, grown on Box Hill, and mint grown in Kingston itself. With a limited number of other high quality botanicals the results are a fresh, smooth and crisp, and very local, gin. – £38.00 Old Pulteney 12 Year Old Highland Single malt, 70cl From Wick; one of the most northerly distilleries. The salty, humid and mild sea air adds a unique character to the whiskey. Matured wholly in air-dried ex-Bourbon casks resulting in sweet, floral and citrus flavours. Smooth and faintly salty. – £42.00 Cognac Maxime Trijol VSOP, 70cl A classically smooth and harmonious VSOP Cognac. The fruity and floral aromas and flavours are nicely complemented by the smooth tannins from the oak aging. It makes for an all together satisfying digestif. – £49.00 Nikka from the Barrel Japanese Whisky, 50cl One of the first Japanese whiskies to establish an international reputation for quality, it is produced with meticulous care. Matured in first-fill bourbon casks, it is floral, fruity & spicy with a soft oak finish. – £51.00 Baron de Sigognac 10yo Bas Armagnac, 70cl This brandy has an attractive nose with discernible hints of vanilla, cinnamon and candied orange. Rounded and full in the mouth; earthy with notes of dried fruit and toffee yet showing floral, woody and spicy notes. – £53.00 Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old Highland Single Malt, 70cl A classic Highland malt. Gentle, smooth and refreshingly subtle. Flavours of creamy vanilla, heather and manuka honey with just a hint of Highland smoke. Long malty and nutty finish. – £54.00

Beer & Lager

Beavertown Neck Oil, 33cl Easy drinking, go to IPA. A light, punchy beer where extra pale base malts are used to retain crispness and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of late hop additions in the boil and further dry hopping make this a brilliantly easy IPA. – £2.80 Thornbridge Jaipur IPA, 33cl An award winning IPA that has built itself quite a cult following. Initially soft and smooth it builds to a crescendo of hoppiness accentuated by honey and finishes with a pleasant and enduring aftertaste. – £2.80 Hogs Back Brewery TEA, 50cl The bottled version of Hogs Back’s most popular and award winning beer. It’s brewery conditioned, pale brown with a hoppy and slightly fruity aroma, well crafted, and certainly worthy of its name Traditional English Ale. – £2.80 Fourpure Session IPA, 33cl Inspired by the big bold hops found in American IPA and brewed into an easy drinking, sessionable package. Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic, Ahtanum and Crystal hops are used to deliver a powerful hit of exciting hop character. – £2.80 Kona Big Wave Golden Ale, Bottle, 35cl Big Wave is a lighter bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavour – a smooth easy drinking and refreshing ale. Brewed to be a beer that slips down easily after a hard day in the Hawaiian surf. Well, just drink it and dream of the tropics! – £2.90 Kona Longboard Island Lager, Bottle, 35cl Hailing from Hawaii, Longboard lager is a smooth, refreshing lager, fermented and aged for five weeks at cold temparatures to yield its exceptionally smooth flavour. A delicate, slightly spicy hop aroma complements the malty body of this beer. – £2.90 Jever Pilsener, 50cl A clear blonde coloured pilsner, this is a truly stunning beer; sweet, grassy, herb aromas, with some citrus fruit notes. The taste is a wonderful blend of herby, dry hop, and citrus. The finish is long, crisp and clean with a slight resinous note. – £3.00 Twickenham Naked Ladies, 50cl The name is inspired by the statues of water nymphs in Twickenham’s York House Gardens. This is an outstandingly hoppy and full flavoured bitter from the use of Pioneer and Styrian Goldings. Full bodied with a luscious aroma it’s available all year round. – £3.20

Soft Drinks & Mixers

Fever Tree Premium Indian Tonic Water, 50cl By blending fabulous botanical oils with spring water and the highest quality quinine from the fever-tree, Fever Tree have created a delicious, natural tonic with a uniquely clean and refreshing taste and aroma. – £2.50 Fever Tree Naturally Light Tonic Water, 50cl With 58% fewer calories this pure and crystal clear tonic with a high carbonation that delivers the aromas and taste in a classic refreshing style. – £2.50

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