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35 Mill Ln, West Hampstead, London, NW61NB

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Vina Zielo Macabeo Carinena, Spain. 12.5% ABV Crisp and refreshing white with juicy peach and apple fruity flavours, good for fish, salads, chicken and pasta in white, creamy sauces – £10.00 Vina Zielo Garnacha Carinena, Spain. 12.5% ABV Soft, low tannins, easy going red with lots of dark berry fruit and just a twist of pepper on the finish. An all rounder, versatile wine, better with spicy/ sweet food though – £10.00 Heredad De Tejada Rioja Rioja, Spain. 13.5% ABV A youthful, vibrant, medium to full bodied semi-crianza (4 months in oak). With all the classic happy notes of a young Rioja: strawberries, dark red apples, morello cherries and a hint of vanilla. So versatile with food, just avoid pan fried Dover Sole fish! – £15.00 Little Eden Pinot Noir South Eastern Australia. 14% Seductive and silky initially, opening out with persistent and mouth-filling fruity flavours, very finely balanced structure without excesses. Always lovely and reliable with its soft red forest fruit notes. Curry perfect if you don’t want a red with a heavy palate – £15.00

White Wine

Vina Zielo Macabeo Carinena, Spain. 12.5% ABV Crisp and refreshing white with juicy peach and apple fruity flavours, good for fish, salads, chicken and pasta in white, creamy sauces – £10.00 Mezzogiorno Fiano Puglia, Italy. 13.5% ABV Showing crisp, citrus fruit, Mediterranean herbs and subtly honeyed tropical fruits in perfect balance. Therefore it has freshness and smoothness at the same time. Goes well with any food (except steak) – £12.50 Petit Roubie’ Picpoul De Pinet, Organic Coteaux De Languedoc, France. 13% ABV Best Picpoul we do: soft, easy, not acidic and clean tasting with a balanced finish that makes it perfect as aperitif or with fish, salads and chicken dishes. Floral, moderately fruity – £15.00 Domaine Grauzan Viognier Pays D’Oc, France. 13% ABV Refreshing and smooth with subtle notes of citrus and apricot with a dry finish with no cloying or acidic sensation at all. A superb dry example of Viognier – £15.00 Les Mougeottes Chardonnay Pays D’Oc, France. 13.5% ABV Full bodied, oaky, buttery and flavourful. With grapefruit and vanilla overtones, very exuberant. Pairs very well with canapes, strong cheese, lamb, white meats and well spiced fish, great with Korma too – £15.00 Vigneti Del Salento I Muri Bianco di Puglia Manduria and Sava, Puglia, Italy. 12% ABV Light in alcohol but very supple with a richness of fruit and flavour that makes it perfect for spicy Asian and middle eastern food. Stone fruit, particularly peaches, white flowers and citrus/tangerine notes. 34% Verdeca, 33% Chardonnay, 33% Malvasia, unoaked – £15.00 Emiliana Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, Organic Valle Casablanca, Chile. 12.5% ABV Lovely aromas of lime, white peach, pear and lemon. Fresh and velvety palate with good body and a fruity character. Soft cheeses, goat ones in particular, Thai, Chinese and Japanese food – £15.00 Emiliana Vineyards Gewurztraminer, Organic Valle del Rapel, Chile. 13.5% ABV Fab, elegant, smooth, light: absolutely not heady Gewurztraminer. Floral, herbal, and fruity notes reemerge on the palate with a supple, fully flavoured finish complemented by little spices that make this- _wine a great match for Indian and Chinese food. Excellent with roasted ham and mild cheeses too – £15.00 Il Pioppo Catarratto, Organic Camporeale, Sicily. 13% ABV A light, very mineral, clean tasting and crisp but not green white. Hints of almond blossom, hay and crunchy nectarine. Great as aperitif with some mixed nuts or crisps or canapes. Perfect with any fish course and tangy cheese – £15.00 Produttori Del Gavi Gavi Il Forte Piedmont, Italy. 12.5% ABV Gavi at its best, light in alcohol, soft with all the freshness associated with the Cortese grape variety. Apple peach and honeydew flavours lifted by lime, almond, lightly grassy and herbal aromas. Extremely versatile with food – £15.00 Mont’Albano Prosecco Frizzante Spago, Organic Veneto, Italy. 11% ABV Top quality organic prosecco, it’s semi-sparkling so slower bubbles, less bloaty, creamier and more food friendly than most prosecco. Fruity but not sweet or cloying, subtle orchard fruit flavours. Aperitif fantastic, great with food: canapees, chicken also in cream sauce, fish, shellfish, pork, risottos in white sauce, mushrooms – £17.50 Centopassi Bianco di Sicilia Superiore, Organic Western Sicily, Italy. 13.5% ABV Made from high altitude vineyards a blend of mainly (80%) Grillo and Catarratto, a lovely wine, very high quality, pure and mineral, fruity and rich but always without excesses. A stunning example of what organic winemaking can deliver in Sicily. Fish, lamb, poultry, pork, sausages and mash, carbonara – £17.50 Bonnet-Huteau Muscadet Sevre et Maine sur Lie, Organic Loire, France 12% ABV Classic, light, outstanding Muscadet displaying white, crunchy stone fruit and subtle spice flavours, fresh, clean creamy palate. Great with starters, as aperitif, fish and even asian food if you want to pair it with a delicate, light white – £17.50 Puiatti Pinot Grigio Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, Italy. 12% ABV Quality Pinot Grigio, full in flavour but light in alcohol. More tamed acidity than in most PGs, not heady nor oily. Just a good example of easy drinking, reliable pinot grigio. Great with roast chicken, salads, fish and shellfish – £17.50 Domaine de Pierre Touraine Sauvignon Blanc Loire, France. 13.5% ABV Crisp and shower fresh Touraine but a lot more substantial than many. Green apples, kiwi and gooseberry but not too high acidity, it’s a lot more balanced and better quality than several Sancerre and Pouilly fume’. Aperitif, fish canapees, coriander based dishes, chinese food, unbeatable with goat cheese – £17.50 Pievalta Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore, Biodynamic, Organic Marche, Italy. 13% ABV Sensational Verdicchio with character and freshness in spades! Supersound and conscentious viticulture delivers a wine with delicious fresh almonds, white flowers, tangerine hints, great minerality and a very attractive note of pine kernels and white pepper on the finish. It loves Herbs when it comes to pair with food, great with fish, on its own too – £17.50 Sergio Mottura, Orvieto, Organic Umbria, Italy 13.5% ABV Leading producer and organic pioneer in Umbria. One of the best Orvieto, soft, supple, full bodied. Hints of little spices, cashews and yellow plums. Hyper versatile, think: veal, lamb, fish, salads. Also stands very well its ground with asian/spicy food. – £20.00 Yealands Estate P.G.R , Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer, Riesling Marlborough, New Zealand 13.0% ABV Harmonious, balanced blend of aromatic white varieties. Made in the coastal Awatere Valley, here the grapes battle against the elements producing small berries with thick skin for rich, intense flavours: lychee, ginger, lime greengage. It is a great, great aperitif, fish, salads and curries. – £20.00 Vinvita Trebbiano del Rubicone Emilia Romagna, Italy. 12% ABV Our quality house white, hints of citrus fruit, green apples and blossoms are displayed by this unoaked, crisp, dry white wine. The fresh acidity complements the bright, fruity flavours making it the ideal accompaniment to antipasti, light salads and mixed fried fish or vegetable tempura. – £10.00 Il Conto Vecchio Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT Veneto, Italy. 12% ABV Inviting aromas of peach and nectarine combined with delicate floral notes, a refreshing, crisp wine with a light body. Fish, salads, seafood pastas. – £10.00 Zenato Lugana San Benedetto, 100% Lugana Veneto, Italy. 13% ABV Fresh, unoaked, medium bodied with almondy, minerally core. Hints of white flowers, green plum, cox apple, dry finish not very high in acidity, excellent balance. Great as an aperitif, with hors d’oeuvres (antipasti), fish and cold dishes, light cheese. – £20.00 CONTINI Karmis Cuvee White, 70%Vernaccia, 30%Vermentino Tharros IGT, Sardinia, Italy. 13.5% Full bodied and rich, flavours of stone fruits, honeysuckleand citrus lead on to a refreshing finish.It’s a characterful and assertive wine, it will work very wellwith curry and lebanese, all fish particularly if well spicedpork and poultry. – £20.00

Rose Wine

Mas De Longchamps Bouches du Rhone ‘, Organic Pays de Bouches du Rhone, France. 12% ABV Pale and dry, delicate rose’ from a blend Grenache and Caladoc. Easy drinking with very subtle notes of wild strawberry, peach, red and yellow apple, very light in alcohol. Canapes, salmon, prawns are classic matches or on its own – £15.00 Il Conto Vecchio Blush Pinot Grigio delle Venezie ‘ IGT Veneto, Italy. 12% ABV Packed with fresh strawberry flavours and rose/floral characters. This is a pale, light, elegant rose’ with a dry, crisp finish. Aperitif, with canapees, prawns, spicy fish and salads. – £10.00 Domaine D’estienne, Grenache/Cinsault/Syrah, Coteaux Varois en Provence, France 13% ABV Very pale, dry and delicate classic Provence. It has delicious notes of candied fruits, fresh citrus flavours with good acidity and savoury notes. Prawn cocktail or crustaceans super choice of wine but also with Mexican food, salads with avocado or as it mostly drunk, just on its own. – £15.00 Villa Domiziano, Rosato Marca Trevigiana, Semi-Sparkling Rose, Italy 11% ABV Gentle fizz, thirst quenching, super easy, dry and light. Try with poached salmon with mayo, shrimps, cajun food. Desserts, especially those with strawberry and custard/cream. Classic as aperitif or on its own. – £12.50

Red Wine

Vina Zielo Garnacha Carinena, Spain. 12.5% ABV Soft, low tannins, easy going red with lots of dark berry fruit and just a twist of pepper on the finish. An all rounder, versatile wine, better with spicy/ sweet food though – £10.00 Terre di Giumara Frappato/Nerello Sicily, Italy. 13.5% ABV This blend of sicilian autoctone grape varieties reaches perfect equilibrium between the fruity and low tannins of Frappato and the higher tannins and spice of the Nerello. Hints of forest fruits, spices and fresh acidity. It’s great even with fish, very versatile – £12.50 Il Pioppo Nero D’Avola, Organic Camporeale, Sicily. 14% ABV Supremely approachable, fruity, easy drinking even though this one’s quite full bodied after all. Forest fruit, dark plums good extraction and firm, fresh tannins. From curry to beef and roast anything goes – £15.00 Heredad De Tejada Rioja Rioja, Spain. 13.5% ABV A youthful, vibrant, medium to full bodied semi-crianza (4 months in oak). With all the classic happy notes of a young Rioja: strawberries, dark red apples, morello cherries and a hint of vanilla. So versatile with food, just avoid pan fried Dover Sole fish! – £15.00 Little Eden Pinot Noir South Eastern Australia. 14% Seductive and silky initially, opening out with persistent and mouth-filling fruity flavours, very finely balanced structure without excesses. Always lovely and reliable with its soft red forest fruit notes. Curry perfect if you don’t want a red with a heavy palate – £15.00 Les Mougeottes Pinot Noir Pays D’Oc, France 13% ABV A touch lighter, less fruity, fresher acidity than the Little Eden, Similar in style to some Burgundy from Hautes Cotes de Nuits. Black cherries and blackcurrant notes, crisp/fruity finish. Great lightly chilled; stews, charcuterie, pasta, salads and mild cheese – £15.00 Petit Roubie’ Tannat, Organic Pays D’Herault, France. 12.5% Powerful attack in the mouth, big tannins, dry with subtle dark forest fruit. At its best at least half an hour after opening the bottle, nose and palate beautifully showing elegance, restraint and balance. Strongly spiced charcuterie, aged cheese, steak with lots of black pepper – £15.00 Prieure’ De Cenac Cahors, Organic Cahors, France. 12.5% 50% Malbec, 50% Merlot More dry and lighter than an Argentinian Malbec. Good balance, easy drinking and approachable thanks to the merlot in the blend, soft red and black fruits, truffle and wet wood notes. Terrine, pate’, charcuterie, stews and tomato based pasta sauces – £15.00 Waverley Hills Cabernet Sauvignon, Organic, No Added Sulphites Wine of Origin Tulbagh, South Africa. 13.5% ABV One of the most reliable and clean tasting no sulphites wine we ever tried. No herbicides, no chemical fertilisers, organic certified too. Vibrant aromas of red berries, white chocolate and spices, fruit driven wine with beatiful vanilla flavours and soft, ripe tannins. Stews, lamb, beef, sausages – £17.50 Bodega Escorihuela Malbec 1884 Mendoza, Argentina. 14% ABV High altitude vineyards at the foothill of the Andes, 8 months in 70% french and 30% american oak with a deep purple red colour, intense black fruit aromas, hints of mocha, smooth tannins, round and persistent finish. Roasts, steak, mixed grills perfect – £17.50 Chateau de Saint Cosme Cotes du Rhone Rouge Rhone, France. 14% ABV 100% Syrah mainly from the Gigondas area, full bodied CDR with lovely notes of: blueberry, liquorice, strawberry, lilac. Strong and intense but refined and mineral at the same time. Red meat of course, cassoulet, roasts, game – £17.50 Marques de Riscal Rioja Crianza Rioja, Spain. 14% ABV Full bodied Rioja, quite powerful even, showing smokey tannins with soft vanillin coconutty character, red and dark soft fruit, hints of wild strawberry. Safely Rioja, very well balanced, generous, assertive. Lamb, beef pies, steaks, bean soups, eggs, sausages – £17.50 Yealands Estate Pinot Noir Marlborough, New Zealand 13.5% ABV Lovely aromas of black cherry, violets and spice, mirrored by fruity flavours on the palate, silky tannins and a lingering, dry, savoury, balsamic finish. Another wine extremely versatile with food, an all rounder really. Particularly good with roast duck, poultry, game. – £20.00 Colterenzio Pinot Nero Alto Adige, Italy 13.5% Lightly coloured, easy, fruity, mountain climate pinot noir. Hints of wild strawberries, red roses, red plum. We recommend to drink it gently chilled and pair it with charcuterie, simple pasta sauces with tomatoes, risotto with radicchio, goes very well with spicy seafood too. – £20.00 Kloovenburgh Shiraz Swartland, South Africa 14.5% ABV Powerful and smoky with elegant crunchy dark cherry flavours. Packs a punch with very good oak and a chocolatey, moka finish. Extremely well balanced wine but we wouldn’t suggest to have this with delicate food, go with spices, goulash, big roasts and stews. – £20.00 Chateau Rochecolombe Cotes du Rhone Villages, Organic, Unfiltered Rhone, France 14.5% Abv Organic, unoaked, unfiltered, no fining agents used. Syrah/Grenache blend with rich, pure, brimming black forest fruit flavours, full bodied, intense and lively. Meaty pies, braised pork or beef, stews, strong cheeses. – £20.00 Fattoria Dei Barbi Brusco dei Barbi, 100% Sangiovese Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy. 13% ABV Fresh, light to medium bodied easy drinking and fruity Sangiovese. Fattoria dei Barbi is a well known producer of Brunello, this is the lighter, more youthful wine that they make, you can even drink it chilled. All pasta sauces with meat and tomatoes, hearthy soups, salads, charcouterie. – £17.50 Vinvita Sangiovese del Rubicone Emilia Romagna, Italy. 12% ABV Our quality house red, this unoaked Sangiovese offers delightfully fruity flavours of ripe, crunchy cherry, plums with a touch of dried red flowers and spice. Soft tannins, light to medium bodied make it an ideal pairing with tomato based pastas, panzanella, grilled red and white meats. – £10.00 Trapiche Estacion 1883 Malbec Mendoza, Argentina. 14.5% ABV Broad and powerful, the biggest Malbec in this list. Fresh red and black fruit, rich and spicy on the palate. Ideal with grilled red meats, stews, mushrooms, cheese. – £17.50 Santadi Grotta Rossa Carignano del Sulcis South West Sardinia, Italy. 14% ABV Spicy and balsamic,round, fruity and supple at the same time. A wonderful Mediterranean grape variety cultivated in the Sulcis region of Sardinia since phoenician time, long way pre-roman era, a true speciality of the region. Roasts, game, strong lamb and strong cheese! – £17.50 Cantine Antonio Gaggiano Aglianico Tauri’ Irpinia, Campania, Italy. 13.5% ABV All Aglianico grapes from the prized Taurasi vineyards. It’s a wine with a beautiful ruby red colour, aromas of violets and small forest fruits, harmonious, fresh and balanced palate. Rich meaty pasta sauces, sausages, curry, Lebanese, stews, steak. – £20.00 DEZZANI Piemonte Rosso doc Red, eight skins Piedmont, Italy. 13.5% Medium bodied, very harmonious with brilliant balance.Soft notes of red fruits, vanilla and spices.Super-eclectic and unusual blend of 8 grape varieties, fiveautoctone: Barbera, Dolcetto, Freisa, Albarossa and Bonarda;plus three international: Cabernet, Syrah and Merlot.Versatile, from salads and charcuterie to stews and classic Bistro.Great with spices and eastern food too. – £15.00 Boheme of Puglia, Primitivo, Italy 13% ABV Here is a gentle, medium bodied, easy Primitivo. Red berry perfumes, silky tannins and dry, fresh finish. Very versatile with food, however pasta, pizza and burgers are good choices to pair it with. – £10.00

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