Red Wine

Navarra, Tempranillo 2012 - fresh & fruity medium bodied red from Navarra, juicy dark blackcurrant and blackberry fruits, soft fresh finish, easy drinking


Cote De Rhone - succulent notes of red and black berry fruit flavours and a warming hint of spiciness. Soft and supple tannins contribute to a long and rounded finish 

£4.80/ £6.20/£23.00

Casale Di Valle Chianti – fruity and juicy Sangiovese from a 16 Century villa in the Chianti hills. Bright ruby red in colour, smooth and lively and supple on the palate, rounded tannins


Gestos Malbec 2012 - the Malbec grape is grown at two different altitudes, 1,100m for freshness & structure and 700m add colour & density. Aged in French oak for a smooth finish     


Chateaux Meaume Bordeaux Superior 2008 – medium bodied, with a nose of plumy fruit & blackcurrant, soft & rich & beautifully smooth cedar wood finish. A great wine!


Beaujolais Villages Chateau de la Terriere 2011 – beautifully light, summery & fresh with a ripe black cherry finish from a renowned XIIIth Century vineyard. Not your average Beaujolais! Try it chilled


Pinot Noir Bourgogne 2011- Nicolas Potel is a respected name in Burgundy. Soft, juicy & light in weight, with summer-fruit character. Minimal tannins & a good dash of acidity


Rioja Reserva San Millan 2007- aged in oak for one year & then a further three years in the bottle giving it a fantastic depth of flavour. Ruby red with smooth vanilla, characteristics


Vergelegen Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot – from one of the finest producers in wine in South Africa. Ripe berries & plums enhanced by silky chocolate & coffee, finely grained tannins & a complex spicy finish


Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2010 - from the beautiful hilly villages east of Lake Garda, gorgeous deep ruby red bursting with juicy cherry, plum & berry fruits, complemented by vanilla hints. velvety smooth palate, overflowing with complex flavours. Highly recommended


Chateau Margaux Tayac 2007 – medium-to-full bodied Bordeaux from one of the finest Chateaus in France with a complex nose of blackcurrant & hints of cinnamon & liquorice. Velvety smooth finish & subtle tannins. This fine wine goes perfectly with the British charcuterie & cheese sharing platter

Bottle £60.00


Rose Wine

Violettes pays D’OC 2012 – Juicy rosé from the South of France, packed with berry flavours with subtle hints of violet flowers. Fresh, clean taste                                                                                    


Domaine La Chautarde Cotes des Provence 2012 – deliciously dry rosé blush, crisp & refreshing with strawberry characteristics. Refreshing clean mineral finish - tastes of summer!                                



White Wine

Fonte Do Nico 2014, Portiguise white, clean refreshing taste, not too dry, easy drinking

£3.90/ £5.10/£18.00

Picpoul 2012 - crisp & zesty wine made from the rare Picpoul grape in Languedoc Southern France. It has a youthful nose of lemon, blossom & green apple, refreshingly dry


Macon Village 2011 – crisp, dry white Burgundy with citrus aromas. Clean mineral taste,Deliciously drinkable, great value


Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc Private Bin 2012 – award-winning crisp dry wine from Great Marlborough New Zealand with ripe fruity characteristics, perfectly balanced with fresh acidity


Gavi 2011- the wines of the village of Gavi in Piedmont have been dubbed the Chablis of Italy, due to their fresh, steely minerality. ripe peach & pears with hints of citrus & honey


Montagny Premier CruMontagny Premier Cru ‘les Millieres’ 2009 - mineral, fresh and crisp white with buttery smooth citrus notes. One of the jewels in Burgundy’s crown. You won’t be disappointed


Chablis Domaine Vocoret 2011 – classic limestone mineral citrus fruits aromas with a crisp fresh citrus kick on the palate. Refreshing long finish. Fantastic wine


Sancerre Roger Neveu 2011 - the chalky soils of the Sancerre produce Sauvignon Blanc of the highest order. Aromas of ripe rhubarb & gooseberry leap from the pale lemon glass, refreshing mineral finish



Sparkling Wine

Prosecco Zonin Brut DOC – delicate & aromatic, with light body & fine mouse. Dry, light & fruity                


Champagne J De Telmont – ripe with a nose of green apples & yeasty overtones. Deliciously fresh


Chapel Down Rose Brut 2011- the official ‘Champagne’ Will’s & Kate chose for their Royal wedding. It has also just netted Gold at the Decanter Awards. Made from Pinot Noir, this fruity Rose Brut is every bit as good as it’s French counterparts


Laurent Perrier Brut champagne – it has to be everyone’s favourite champagne, leaning towards a lighter house style, with crisp green apples and citrus flavours, giving it great compatibility with food. Treat yourself or someone else! 


Laurent Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut- recognised the world over as a true work of art. Memorable for its unique freshness & fresh picked red berries. 



British Beer/cider

Mean Time larger – refreshing larger from the multi award winning brewery 


Aspall premium draught – clean, crisp with a fresh apple aroma, naturally fizzy 5.5%


EPA – English pale ale, light and refreshing larger style beer 




Irish coffee – Jameson’s Irish whiskey and Dorset cream. Decaf beans avail.

Brandy cream coffee – Courvoisier & Dorset cream. Decaf beans avail.

Taylors port late bottled vintage 2005.  Perfect with our British cheese board. Glass

Glenmorangie 12 year old single malt whiskey


Highland Park 12 year old single malt whiskey


Jameson’s Irish whiskey


Courvoisier VS brandy