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75 TRAFALGAR ROAD, London, SE109TS

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Dominio de Requena Cava Brut Nature, Spain A bone-dry cava made with chardonnay and native Spanish varieties and released after 12 months maturation in bottle at the estate. Enjoy its brisk, toasty notes of lemon zest, sourdough and green apple as an appetising aperitif or a base for sparkling cocktails. 11.5%. – £13.90 Adega de Moncao Vinho Verde, Portugal Our ever-popular vinho verde has a delicate sparkle and crisp, mineral flavours of lemon and lime. A deliciously thirst-quenching white to keep in the door of the fridge at all times. 11.5%. – £11.30 Terra Firma Nero d’Avola, Italy This Sicilian red grape brings the warmth of Sicily’s Mediterranean climate to your glass. Packed with juicy, soft raspberry and red plum fruit with a hint of cinnamon, this is great value for money. 14%. – £11.80 Damien Castan CÕâtes du Rhone Rouge, France Based in the deep south of the RhÕâne near the walled city of Avignon, this blend of grenache, syrah and mourvedre is certified organic, and has mellow, baked plum fruit with an aroma of garrigue herbs _ÑÐ thyme, rosemary and oregano. 14%. – £12.70 Vina Marro Rioja Vendimia Seleccionada, Spain Bold, modern Rioja packed full of fruit with vanilla and sweet spice from 8 months in French and American oak. A great match for stews and braises but rich and smooth enough to be enjoyed without food. 14%. – £12.90

Sparkling

Dominio de Requena Cava Brut Nature, Spain A bone-dry cava made with chardonnay and native Spanish varieties and released after 12 months maturation in bottle at the estate. Enjoy its brisk, toasty notes of lemon zest, sourdough and green apple as an appetising aperitif or a base for sparkling cocktails. 11.5%. – £13.90 Toffoli Prosecco Frizzante, Italy Whether you are partying, picniccing or just winding down after a long week, this small production, handmade Prosecco from Vincenzo Toffoli fits the bill. This is drier than many and bursts with almond and pear flavours and refreshing bubbles. 11%. – £14.50 Guillaume Rose Methode Traditionelle NV, France Deliciously dry yet rich, Xavier Guillaume’s superb cremant is a great value alternative to pink champagne, with it delicate red fruits, mineral palate and delicately-formed bubbles. 12.5%. – £18.90 Wiston Blanc de Blancs NV, England From ex-Nyetimber winemaker Dermot Sugrue, this is a new phase of premium English sparkling wine on a par with Champagne. Brisker and drier than most champagnes, this is full of zesty lemon and green apple with floral notes of white blossom and hawthorn. It’s a terrific aperitif. 12%. – £37.50 Champagne Jacques Picard NV, France From the village of Berru where grower Jacques Picard is based, this is produced in a savoury, biscuity style with lots of elegance and finesse. With a whopping 30% of reserve wines, it has unparalleled richness and depth for the price. 12.5%. – £42.00 Champagne Vilmart Cuvee Rubis NV, France One of the original ‘growers’ or smaller producers in Champagne, Vilmart make a full-bodied, dry rose that works brilliantly with food. It is certainly on the richer side of rose, even more than Laurent- Perrier, and in our view considerably better! 12.5%. – £81.20 Champagne Pol Roger Vintage 2006, France Pol Roger was Churchill’s favourite champagne. Much like himself, it’s a wine of considerable breadth and power with plenty of bottle age giving huge complexity. Based mainly on black grapes such as pinot noir this is an excellent, decadent treat with food, or simply for occasions that require serious celebration! 12.5% – £91.00

Still White

Adega de Moncao Vinho Verde, Portugal Our ever-popular vinho verde has a delicate sparkle and crisp, mineral flavours of lemon and lime. A deliciously thirst-quenching white to keep in the door of the fridge at all times. 11.5%. – £11.30 Maria de Molina Verdejo, Spain Grapefruit and fresh cut grass characterise this medium weight white from central Spain’s verdejo grape that makes for an excellent alternative to sauvignon blanc. A tasty match for vegetable dishes and summer salads. 12.5%. – £11.00 Domaine des Lauriers Picpoul de Pinet, France The quintessential Mediterranean white, this zesty wine has a moreish, refreshingly dry texture, lots of lime zest and a zingy, thirstquenching palate. Perfect for seafood, this is justifiably one of our best-sellers. 12.5%. – £13.00 Levin Sauvignon Blanc, France A delicious, classically proportioned Loire sauvignon blanc from vineyards near Sancerre, with juicy lemon and green apple flavours and the chalky perfume so characteristic of this region’s wine. Great with seafood or smoked salmon. 12.5%. – £15.50 Amares Chardonnay 2014, South Africa South Africa is producing some of the best value wines anywhere in the world, and this oaked chardonnay puts many Puligny Montrachets to shame. With crunchy citrus and orchard fruits in the middle palate, smoothened and softened by a touch of creamy, vanilla-spiked oak, this is a steal for lovers of smart white burgundy. 12.5%. – £19.00 Vieux College Bourgogne Blanc 2014, France Delicious white Burgundy, full of finesse and delivering the unique combination of citrus and peach fruit and that delicate creaminess so typical of the region. A versatile all-rounder for fish, chicken and lighter, tomato-free pasta dishes. 12.5%. – £22.50 Guillaume Chardonnay Reserve 2009, France Meursault, eat your heart out. Puligny, get off the stage. When it comes to savoury, rich, nutty chardonnay, Xavier Guillaume’s 2009 blows its rivals from Burgundy off the stage. You would have to spend hundreds of pounds to get this level of concentration from Burgundy. Thankfully, you don’t have to! 12.5%. – £39.50 The Listening Station Chardonnay, Australia New wave Australian chardonnay, and completely unoaked, this is a juicy, full bodied white with ripe flavours of peach and apricot and a fresh, mineral finish. 13.5% – £11.50

Still Red

Terra Firma Nero d’Avola, Italy This Sicilian red grape brings the warmth of Sicily’s Mediterranean climate to your glass. Packed with juicy, soft raspberry and red plum fruit with a hint of cinnamon, this is great value for money. 14%. – £11.80 Damien Castan CÕâtes du Rhone Rouge, France Based in the deep south of the RhÕâne near the walled city of Avignon, this blend of grenache, syrah and mourvedre is certified organic, and has mellow, baked plum fruit with an aroma of garrigue herbs _ÑÐ thyme, rosemary and oregano. 14%. – £12.70 Vina Marro Rioja Vendimia Seleccionada, Spain Bold, modern Rioja packed full of fruit with vanilla and sweet spice from 8 months in French and American oak. A great match for stews and braises but rich and smooth enough to be enjoyed without food. 14%. – £12.90 Torremilanos Vinlara Ribera del Duero, Spain Long in the shadow of Rioja, Ribera del Duero makes wines that are riper and richer in style. This is a very nicely made, unpretentious red with a juicy palate full of cherry and strawberry fruit and a touch of vanilla from ageing in French oak barrels. 13.5%. – £15.00 Guillaume Pinot Noir 2015, France Delicate and tangy, this shows tantalising aromas of raspberry and red cherry with some maturing notes of autumn leaves. The light palate and gentle dryness make this a perfect red for lighter dishes such as risotto or rare duck breast. 13%. – £18.70 Chateau Magneau Rouge 2014, Bordeaux, France The gravel soils of the Graves are where cabernet sauvignon is most at home. Here is it blended with merlot and aged in French oak to give a quintessential claret. Black fruit, pencil shavings, freshly turned earth and some savoury spice make for a complete, fine wine for food. 13%. – £21.30 Vieux College Bourgogne Rouge 2014, France Transparently fruity with the gentle wild berry fruit of pinot noir grown on Burgundy’s chalk soils, this is light, lacy and utterly lovely. Serve lightly chilled with chicken, fillet of beef or even grilled fish. 12.5%. – £22.50 Terre di Talamo Morellino di Scansano 2013, Italy A beautiful Tuscan red made from 100% Sangiovese, this is full bodied and savoury with flavours of fennel salami and dried red cherries, backed up with plenty of freshness and a savoury, dry finish. 13.5%. – £23.00 Terme Gigondas Reserve 2012, France Released after a period of extended maturation at the winery, this is round and spicy with lots of dried Mediterranean herbs _ÑÐ thyme, rosemary and bay _ÑÐ with a twist of pepper and ample plummy fruit. Great for game or classic British gastropub-style food. 14.5%. – £27.00 Galevan Chateauneuf du Pape Rouge 2013, France A full-bodied wine of sweet blackberry and dark cherry fruit, rich and round, with notes of Christmas cake, toast and caramel, this is a true comfort wine – and hugely satisfying on a cold winter’s night. Pair with casseroles, stews and braises. Who needs central heating? 14.5%. – £44.00 The Listening Station Malbec, Australia Great value malbec, brimming over with blackberries and blueberries, this is rich and fruit-driven with cocoa and vanilla spices on the finish. 14% – £11.50

Beers

Ichnusa Lager, Sardinia – £2.50 Hammerton Islington Steam Lager – £3.80 The London Beer Factory: Beyond the Pale – £2.70 The London Beer Factory: Bohemia Pilsner – £2.90 Anspach and Hobday Pale Ale – £4.20 Siren Soundwave IPA – £4.20 Pressure Drop Bosko IPA – £4.00 Wildcard Ace of Spades Porter – £3.90 Sxollie Granny Smith Cider – £3.90

  • All dishes may contain traces of the following allergens: Wheat; Gluten; Peanuts; Nuts; Sesame Seeds; Celery; Soybeans; Milk; Eggs; Mustard; Lupin; Pork; Mollusc; Crustaceans; Fish; Sulphur Dioxide or Alcohol. Please note that if you are pregnant you may need to take caution when consuming any of the above dishes. For any questions regarding the allergen contents of specific dishes please contact the restaurant directly.
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