Wine List – Red

Les Oliviers Merlot Mourvedre 2016, France

Named after the olive groves, ‘oliviers’ that flourish around the sun-drenched vineyards of southern France. Grapes come from two separate plots of Merlot and Mourvèdre to produce this lusciously fruity red wine with a slightly wild edge.

Glass – £6.55

Bottle – £18.50

False Bay Old School Syrah 2016, South Africa

Very smart varietal Syrah, savoury but polished and seriously appealing.

Glass – £6.95

Bottle – £19.50

Clos de Torribas Tempranillo Crianza 2013, Penedès, Spain

A Mediterranean Tempranillo from a family owned winery near Barcelona, it shows warm fruit which is underpinned by oak complexity.

Glass – £7

1/2 bottle – £12

Bottle – £23

Côtes du Rhône Villages, Les Coteaux 2014, Rhône , France

This Grenache dominant blend makes a rich and smooth red with hints of cedar & spice.

Glass – £7.25

Bottle – £24

Santa Alba Reserve Pinot Noir 2016, Chile

Nice fruity intensity with some smoky undertones and a touch of cloves all finished off a delicious savoury end.

Glass – £7.50

Bottle – £27

Quara Estate Malbec 2017, Salta, Argentina

From Salta which has the highest commercial vineyards in the world, ripe berried fruits are balanced by subtle oak.

Glass – £8

Bottle – £28

Château Saint Romans 2014, Bordeaux, France

This Merlot dominant blend has a berried nose with a pleasant softness on the palate.

Bottle – £29

Fleurie, La Madone 2016, Beaujolais, France

Vivacious fleshy cherry flavours with hints of rose make this lightish red a good option with lightly sauced chicken dishes.

Glass – £9

Bottle – £30

Willunga 100 McLaren Vale Shiraz/Viognier 2015, Australia

A wine with great depth and a richness of plums and blackberries with supportive balanced oak & a lingering finish.

Bottle – £32

Château Lestrille Capmartin, Bordeaux Superieur 2010, France

Made by the talented Estelle Roumage, this is a feminine style of claret which is very approachable with powerful fruity aromas, ripe tannins & underlying vanilla.

Bottle – £34

Magnum – £65 (2012)

Ontañón Reserva Rioja 2005, Spain

From the Cuevas family winery in the Rioja Baja, this wine has dark fruit flavours with ample acidity, minerality & earthy notes. It has a fine structure with good weight & length.

Bottle – £39

Magnum – £70

Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine René Monnier 2014, Burgundy, France

Domaine René Monnier is in the hands of the 10th generation & their wines are well known in three star Michelin restaurants. This is basically de-classified village appellation wine so punches well above its price tag!

Bottle – £40

Sangiovese Romagna Riserva, 2014, Umberto Cesari, Italy

Full bodied, beautifully textured red with touches of chocolate, vanilla and fine tannins on the finish.

Bottle – £42

Marqués de Pluma Reserva 2011, Ribera del Duero, Spain

Powerful and well balanced, with a slightly fleshy feel of velvet. This wine shows bright fruit from the Tinta Fina grapes and well integrated oak. Undertones of fine tannins and a long intense finish complete this very elegant wine.

Bottle – £43

+7 Priorat 2010, Bodegas Pinord, Priorat, Spain (organic)

This stunning organic red is a Garnacha dominant blend from the most traditional and most innovative DO in Spain. It is full bodied with dense black fruit and dark chocolate, is well balanced with a long, rich, silky finish.

Bottle – £46

Magnum – £88

Château Boutisse 2012, St Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France

A full bodied red with explosive black cherry fruit encased in subtle vanilla flavours of new oak with fine yet firm tannins. Delicious!

Bottle – £50

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Château Fortia Tradition 2012, Rhône , France

A distinguished wood-matured wine with a smoky bouquet, lovely fruit and black liquorice flavours with well integrated tannins.

A traditionally styled Châteauneuf-du-Pape from this symbolic estate.

Bottle – £54

Greywacke Pinot Noir 2013, Marlborough, New Zealand

Created in 2009 by Kevin Judd, chief winemaker at Cloudy Bay from its inception for 25 years. A seductively aromatic concoction of vine-ripened red and black berries lightly sautéed with dried oregano and some cloves. The palate is dense and generous with ripe cherry-plum richness, some soft liquorice and cloves with a fine but voluptuous tannin structure.

Bottle – £56

Alpha Zeta ‘A’ Amarone, 2013, Italy

Deep, intense, rich red which has a lovely balance of ripe tannins and spiced concentrated fruit.

Bottle – £58

Château Beau Site 2011, Cru Bourgeois, Saint-Estèphe, Bordeaux, France

Situated just behind Château Calon-Segur, on one of the highest points of the Médoc with a fantastic view over the Gironde. Beau Site’s wine is full of character, and is full bodied and elegant. This is one of the best Châteaux of the appellation. The wine is a typical Saint-Estèphe full of power & temperament. With Cabernet Sauvignon dominant in the blend it shows ripe curranty fruit, balanced oak & good structure. (Magnums and half bottles are from 2013).

1/2 bottle – £30

Bottle – £59

Magnum – £100

Réserve de Léoville-Barton 2013, Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France

The second wine of Château Léoville-Barton, this traditionally styled Bordeaux has an expressive nose of forest berries with hints of cedar, coffee and a touch of vanilla spice. Elegant and refined, with a long finish.

Bottle – £60

Brunello di Montalcino 2012, Carpineto, Tuscany, Italy

The Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy’s most important and prestigious wines. The grapes are grown on the hillside vineyards surrounding the ancient town of Montalcino near Siena. Dry, warm, and well-textured with a lingering bouquet reminiscent of liquorice, raspberries and vanilla through to a firm and lingering finish.

Bottle – £62

Château du Domaine de l’Église 2011, Pomerol, France

Domaine de l’Église lies next to Pomerol’s church, not far from Château Pétrus. In 1973 the château was acquired by the Castéja family. The rounded, fruity Domaine de l’Église wine has been among the most sought after in Pomerol for many years.

Bottle – £68

Beaune 1er Cru Les Teurons 2012, Albert Morot, Burgundy, France

Domaine Albert Morot consistently produces elegant, top quality Burgundian wines which are highly rated around the world. A rich style of classic Burgundy with ripe fruit, savoury notes and a lovely texture. Well concentrated and full flavoured with silky tannins through to a full finish.

Bottle – £74

Château Batailley 5ème Cru Classé 2011, Pauillac, Bordeaux, France

A beautifully smooth and elegant wine showing classic cedar and chocolate notes, with age it becomes very smooth and displays black pepper, tobacco and graphite nuances. It is well structured with ripe tannins, complemented by a silky mouthfeel and a long, lingering finish. A very aromatic Pauillac with great complexity

Bottle – £80

Château Cantenac-Brown 3ème Cru Classé 2011, Margaux, France

This classic wine is characterised by great finesse, elegance and power. The 2011 has volume, depth and richness complemented by silky tannins and an elegant, complex finish.

Bottle – £85

Barolo Cerequio 2011, Michele Chiarlo, Piedmont, Italy

Elegant, complex balsamic sensations of mint and fruit jam. Well structured and rich whose great character caresses the palate. A single vineyard Barolo located on the most prestigious hillside between the villages of La Morra and Barolo.

Bottle – £95

Château Trottevielle 2006, Saint Emilion 1er Cru Grand Cru Classé, Bordeaux, France

A parchment dating from 1453 testifies to the use of the name for the estate and the existence of a vineyard. A plot of the vines dates back to the time before phylloxera and is more than 120 years old. With a majority of Merlot in the blend, this wine consistently has great concentration and length. Deeply coloured with lovely depth of blackberry fruit with hints of coffee and chocolate. A truly elegant Bordeaux wine of great finesse.

Bottle – £165

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