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Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Brut NV – Tours-sur-Marne Half Bottle 125ml £11.70 Bottle £61

Laurent- Perrier Cuvee Rose NV – Tours-sur-Marne £34

Laurent-Perrier Grand Siecle Cuvee – Tours-sur-Marne £90

Laurent-Perrier 2008 – Tours-sur-Marne £167

Laurent-Perrier Blanc de Blancs – Tours-sur-Marne £83

Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Alexandra 2004 – Tours-sur-Marne £375


Nyetimber Classic Brut – West Sussex, England 125ml £9.50 Bottle £54

Nyetimber Rosé – West Sussex, England £59

Nyetimber ‘Cuvee Chérie’ Demi-Sec – West Sussex, England £54

Prosecco D.O.C., Amori – Veneto, Italy 125ml £5.80 Bottle £26.50



Sauvignon Blanc remains the most popular grape variety in the UK. Not surprising as it comes in many different styles; rounded and tropical, to zesty and mouth- watering. You will spot a Verdejo in the mix – easily confused with New Zealand Sauvignon, and a must-try for Sauvignon lovers!

Sauvignon Blanc, Le Charme – Gascogny, France 175ml £5.70 250ml £7.60 Bottle £22

Sauvignon Blanc, Kuki – Marlborough, New Zealand 175ml £8.90 250ml £12 Bottle £36

Verdejo, Oro de Castilla – Rueda, Spain 175ml £7.90 250ml £10.40 Bottle £31

Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine Rd Estate – Central Otago, New Zealand £37

Sancerre ‘Le Pierrier’, Domaine Thomas – Loire, France £35

Pouilly Fumé, Château de Tracy – Loire, France £42

Sauvignon Blanc, Cloudy Bay – Marlborough, New Zealand £48


In this section, you will find refreshing, light and crisp wines demonstrating the perfect harmony of delicate fruit such as citrus, green apple, pear and lime, and all balanced with a gentle acidity. Perfectly matched with lighter dishes and fish.

Rioja Blanco, Rioja Vega – Rioja, Spain 175ml £5.50 250ml £7.30 Bottle £21

Pinot Grigio, Amori – Veneto, Italy 175ml £5.80 250ml £7.70 Bottle £22.50

Chablis, Philippe Testut – Burgundy, France £36

Gavi I Risi, Giribaldi – Piedmont, Italy £30

Albarino, Alba Vega – Rias Baixas, Spain £29


The wines in this section have been the choice for the discerning wine drinker for many years. You may notice, it is all Chardonnay, a grape variety particularly well suited to oak ageing, but equally delicious unoaked. Pouilly Fuisse ‘Au Bourg’ is entirely unoaked, showcasing intense stone fruits and minerality. Meursault sits at the opposite end as the richest style; tropical, oak-aged, honeyed notes and hints of toffee. Yet all are full-flavoured and fantastic with food.

Chardonnay, Principe de Viana – Navarra, Spain 175ml £5.70 250ml £7.60 Bottle £22

Meursault Clos St Felix 2013, Domaine Bernard Michelot – Burgundy, France £62

St-Aubin 1er Cru Clos du Meix 2016, Domaine Hubert Lamy – Burgundy, France £72

Puligny-Montrachet 2019, Domaine Chavy – Burgundy, France £72

Pouilly Fuisse ‘Au Bourg’ 2016/2019, Luquet – Burgundy, France £45


Rose wines are on the up and it has a lot to do with the wines getting better and better. There is also a greater choice from the delicate flavour of the Bush Vine Blush, to the subtle creamy edge and signature sweetness of Zinfandel, to the purity, elegance and incredible minerality of Provence Rose.

Bush Vine Blush, Richelieu – Pays d’Oc, France 175ml £5.30 £250ml £7.10 Bottle £20

Zinfandel Rose, Angels Flight – California, USA 175ml £6.60 250ml £8.80 Bottle £26

Côtes de Provence Rosé, Château Terrebonne Provence, France 175ml £7.90 250ml £10.40 Bottle £31

Whispering Angel Rosé – Côtes de Provence, France 175ml £11.20 250ml £15 Bottle £47



This section offers the lightest-bodied reds, but by no means light on flavour. Fleurie, made from the Gamay grape expresses incredible ripe strawberry and hedgerow fruit. Pinot Noir brings a little more spice and savoury edge, then Merlot comes packed with plum, damson jam and hints of smoke.

Merlot, Tonada – Central Valley, Chile 175ml £5.50 250ml £7.30 Bottle £21

Pinot Noir, Dancing Flame – Leyda Valley, Chile 175ml £7 250ml £9.20 Bottle £27.50

Fleurie, Domaine Pardon – Beaujolais, France £33


Smooth and mellow is the perfect description for this selection of wines from all over the world. Soft, ripe and smooth, these are easy-drinking styles, great with food, yet equally enjoyable without.

Chateau Moulin de Mallet – Bordeaux, France 175ml £7.10 250ml £9.40 Bottle £28

Rioja Tempranillo, Rioja Vega – Rioja, Spain 175ml £6.70 250ml £8.90 Bottle £26.50

Cabernet Sauvignon, Turi – Central Valley, Chile £22

Valpolicella Ripasso, Villalta – Veneto, Italy £35

Crianza Principe de Viana – Navarra, Spain £26.50


This section is for the lovers of hearty wines, packed with dark berry fruits and great tannin structures. If it’s a rich fruit-led style you like, head for Shiraz or Malbec. If you enjoy a more traditional style, with more oak influence, head for a Rioja or Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Any wine here will match a good steak, Sunday roast, and rich sauces.

Shiraz, Monastier – Languedoc, France 175ml £6.30 250ml £8.20 Bottle £24.50

Malbec, Lunta Mendel – Mendoza, Argentina 175ml £8 250ml £10.70 Bottle £32

Shiraz, Kingston Estate – Clare Valley, Australia £32

Rioja Reserva 2015, Rioja Vega – Rioja, Spain £35

Rioja Vega Gran Reserva 2014 – Rioja, Spain £43

Chateauneuf du Pape ‘Telegramme’ 2017, Domaine de Vieux Telegraphe Rhone, France £55


Here you’ll find some of the World’s most highly regarded wines. An outstanding Pinot Noir from across the Atlantic in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley. For a super- rich, luxurious and full-bodied red, Amarone from boutique producer Lonardi will tick this box. And our newly listed Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon from Barossa. This wine recently swept the board at the London Wine Competition 2021, winning ‘Wine of The Year 2021’, ‘Best Wine by Country’, ‘Best Wine by Varietal’ and ‘Best Wine by Quality’.

Pinot Noir 2014, Longboard – Russian River Valley, Sonoma, USA £68

Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Anubis’ 2015, Joanne Irvine – Barossa, Australia £80

Amarone della Valpolicella 2015, Giuseppe Lonardi – Veneto, Italy £68.50


Elysium Black Muscat, Andrew Quady – California, USA (37.5cl) 100ml £6.90 Bottle £25

Pocas Late Bottled Vintage 50ml £3.50

Pocas 10 Year Old Tawny £4.50