Wine List

  • Chalk Horse (Pinot Grigio, Italy)
    A crisp, intense wine with clear floral notes and a zesty lime zing. Balanced acidity makes for a refreshing, satisfying drink, perfect by the glass, but complex enough to partner fish and white meat dishes
  • Marlborough Whitehaven (Sauvignon Blanc , New Zealand)
    Very expressive Marlborough Sauvignon with blackcurrant leaf and elderflower on the nose and palate with a zesty mouth-watering finale. One of the best out there
  • Chalk Horse Caballo de Tiza Sauvignon Blanc (Sauvignon Blanc, Chile)
    This Sauvignon Blanc is bright and fruity, perfect for any occasion. Intense nose of grapefruit and tropical fruits rich and zingy with a long finish. Excellent with meats and pasta.
  • 1885 Chardonnay (Chardonnay, Australia)
    Brilliant pale straw in colour with lifted fresh citrus melon fruits on the nose, balanced fruit, consisting of smooth soft peachy melon fruit, clean and zingy on the palate.
  • Château Pierrail Blanc (Sauvignon Blanc, France)
    French Sauvignon at its best. Small production with very limited supply. Vibrant tangy green fruits that are very expressive through to the end.
  • Chalk Horse Die Wit Perd Chenin Blanc (Chenin Blanc, South Africa)
    Harvested from bush vines this wine has intense tropical flavours, well-balanced by a crisp zestiness in the mouth to ensure a fresh and fruity wine to enjoy at any occasion. Enjoy on its own or with your favourite light meal.
  • Mâcon - Lugny Saint Pierre (Chardonnay, France)
    Soft ripe vanilla flavoured with hints of pear and pineapple, subtle charming and seductive

  • Chalk Horse Cavallo di Gesso Pinot Grigio Rosé (Pinot Grigio Rosé, Italy)
    Pinot Grigio Rosé blend is vibrant and attractive with bright, soft red berry flavours and fresh fruity character. A great aperitif or enjoy with a meal.

  • Turning Heads (Pinot Noir, New Zealand)
    Lots of flavour from soft youthful cherry and raspberry fruit, medium bodied with an enticing finish
  • Chalk Horse Caballo de Tiza Merlot (Merlot, Chile)
    An intense nose of raspberry, blackberry and plum, with red fruits and spices on the palate, followed by an elegant and velvety finish. Excellent with meat and pasta dishes.
  • 1885 Shiraz (Shiraz, Australia)
    Lots of berry and plum fruit, with spicy notes on the nose, flavoursome palate with currant fruit flavours, which merge well into lingering oak flavours and soft tannins.
  • Chateauneuf du Pape - Reserve des Benedictins (Grenache, France)
    A big bouquet which comes out to greet you. The taste is full bodied, smooth and rich in fruit and spices. Pleasure from the beginning through to the end.
  • Cotes du Rhone (Syrah and Grenache, France)
    A blend of Syrah and Grenache producing a style in the modern way with juicy raspberry fruit, spicy and satisfyingly smooth, that is also very easy to drink
  • St Emilion Grand Cru Chateau des Combs (Merlot and Cabernet Franc, France)
    Known as the red claret for the white wine drinker. Merlot with a little Cabernet Franc. A combination that reminds one of Dundee fruit cake and a hint of grassiness
  • Azabache Organic Rioja (Rioja, Spain)
    Medium to full bodied, tasty rich plum fruit laced with toasted coffee vanilla flavours.

Dessert

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  • Orange Muscat & Flora (Muscat, Australia)
    A sweet wine balanced by zingy acidity giving a fresh palate cleansing taste in the mouth, with flavours of fresh orange marmalade. Ideally with chocolate desserts

Sparkling

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  • Champagne Chanterre (Champagne, France)
    Light elegant with soft full flavours, delightful at any time of day
  • D.O.C. (Prosecco, Italy)
    Hugely popular sparkling wine with light floral notes and an apple tang. Crisp, fresh and easy drinking.
  • Raboso Spumante Rosé (Prosecco, Italy)
    An excellent aperitif with a delicate fizz. Fragrant Summer flavours, fruity and softly sparkling not too dry

Please note: A 125ml measure is also available on wines that are sold by the glass