We have carefully compiled this list with wines we have tasted throughout the year and come to love. Some of our wines we feel are drinking extremely well are marked with ** so look out for these. Happy Drinking.
Sparkling wine is great with food, mouth-watering and dry examples make excellent partners for fish and other seafood, as well as light chicken dishes, salads and many lightly-flavoured starters.
Da Luca Prosecco – Italy
|02||Da Luca Rose – Italy||31.00|
|04||English Oak, Chinkapin Brut Rose – Dorset England||36.00|
|07||English Oak, Engelmann Brut White – Dorset England||36.00|
|09||Mini House Champagne||14.90|
|05||Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Champagne – Champagne France||59.50|
|03||Montaudon Brut, Champagne – Champagne France||43.00|
|06||Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose, Champagne – Champagne France||79.90|
|08||Dom Pérignon Brut, Champagne – Champagne France||179.00|
Delicately flavoured, crisp, generally with a very dry finish; ideally suited to partner light, delicately flavoured dishes, particularly fish, shellfish and light salads. They are particularly good with Mediterranean dishes.
Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie – Marquis de Goulaine, France
|12||Chablis Gloire de Chablis – J. Moreau et Fils, France||41.50|
|13||Pinot Grigio Da Luca – Terre Siciliane Italy||6.40||8.50||24.50|
|26||Sauvignon Gris Villa Maria Cellar Selection – Marlborough, New Zealand||32.90|
Great with white fish, chicken and other white meat dishes, particularly when cooked with green herbs or in light creamy sauces. The most aromatic and less dry wines work well with lightly-spiced dishes.
Sauvignon Blanc, Waipara Hills – Marlborough, New Zealand**
|15||Sauvignon Blanc Tekena – .Central Valley, Chile||6.90||8.95||26.90|
|16||Viognier, La Champagne – Pays d’Oc, France||26.00|
|17||Sancerre, Les Collinettes – Joseph Mellot, France||40.50|
|19||Pouilly-Fuissé – France||45.90|
|23||Shannon Semillon – Elgin Valley, South Africa||34.00|
|25||Te Awa Left Field Albarino – Gisbone, New Zealand||35.50|
Richly flavoured these wines have a rich, ripe, fruit-led personality. They have the weight of flavour to cope with strongly flavoured seafood, chicken and pork dishes which may be lightly spiced or have a creamy sauce.
Chenin Blanc, Cullinan – Western Cape, South Africa
|21||Fiano, Da Luca – Terre Siciliane, Italy (limited stock)||26.50|
|22||Chardonnay, Nederburg – Western Cape, South Africa**||6.40||8.50||24.50|
|24||Planate Ferreirinha Branco Reserva – Douro, Portugal (limited stock)||25.50|
|27||Losada Godello – Bierzo, Spain (limited stock)||32.50|
|28||Rioja Don Jacob – Rioja, Spain **||24.50|
|29||Chenin Banc The Anchorman – Nederburg, South Africa (limited stock)||32.50|
With their juicy fruit-led character these wines make great partners for fuller-flavoured pork and chicken dishes particularly those with dark, rich sauces. Delicious with grilled lamb, roast beef, game, char-grilled vegetables or baked pasta.
|44||Tekena Merlot – Central Valley, Chile||6.90||8.95||26.90|
|46||Garnacha, Pablo Old Vine – Calatayud, Spain||26.90|
Their spicy character and often rich, fruity style make them a good selection with strongly flavoured beef and lamb dishes. The richest, ripest wines, when paired with spicy foods, act as if to turn the heat up.
Shiraz Culling View – Western Cape, South Africa
Uno Due Cinque Primitivo de Salento – Feudi Salentini, Italy
|48||Barbera d’Alba Suculé – Domini Villa Lanata, Italy (limited stock)||34.50|
|49||Malbec Portillo, Uco Valley – Mendoza, Argentina||6.90||8.95||26.90|
|50||Shiraz Nederburg, The Manor – Western Cape, South Africa||26.00|
Malbec Salentein Barrel Selection, Uco Valley – Mendoza, Argentina**
|56||Barbera Briccotondo – Fontanafredda, Italy (limited stock)||27.00|
Intensely flavoured wines, a match for full-flavoured lamb, beef and strongly flavoured game dishes. The elegant style of the wines from the top European regions can partner quite simply prepared dishes.
Château Thénac Rouge – Côtes de Bergerac, France
|54||Corbières Rouge, Les Mains sur les Hanches – Domaine Sainte Marie des Crozes, France||32.90|
Mainly from Europe’s classic wine regions, these wines have been made by tradition production methods, often with prolonged ageing. They are graceful, yet may be quite full-bodied. Exhibiting complex palates, with the fruit flavours being developed and well-intergraded.
Brouilly, Chateau de Corcelles – France **
|43||Rioja Marques De Morano – Spain||28.90|
|55||Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Chateau des Bardes – France||46.00|
|57||Cabernet Sauvignon Caves Road – Australia (limited stock)||29.50|
Rosés can range from being very dry to very sweet and this is key to partnering them with food, they can be quite flexible with food as long as the sweetness level of the dish is matched. Chicken, fish and summer-cuisine can all be enhanced with a chilled glass.
Cullinan View Chenin Blanc Rosé – Western Cape, South Africa
|31||Parini Pinot Grigio Rosé – Delle Venezie, Italy **||25.00|
|32||Wicked Lady White Zinfandel – USA||6.90||8.95||26.90|
Tawny Port NV – Portugal
|805||Ruby Port NV – Portugal||3.40||40.00|
|807||Late Bottle Vintage Port (LBV) – Portugal||3.60||48.00|
Muscat de Beaumes – France
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Current Vintages available on request.
125ml glasses of the wines supplied are also available upon request.