Wine List – White

Soldier’s Block Chardonnay 2016, Australia

An elegant, easy drinking wine. This vibrant Chardonnay exhibits lifted fruit character, textural mouth-feel, a bright palate and a long finish.

Glass – £6.95

Bottle – £18.50

Mirabello Pinot Grigio 2016, Italy

An interesting Pinot Grigio which has a very pleasing finish.

Glass – £6.95

Bottle – £18.50

Santa Alba Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Curico Valley, Chile

Easy drinking fruity Sauvignon which has a lovely kick of refreshing acidity.

Glass – £7.25

Bottle – £19.50

False Bay Slow Chenin Blanc 2016, South Africa

Made at the Waterkloof estate which is organic & biodynamic. This wine is soft & round with some red apple tones.

Bottle – £20

Los Haroldos Viognier 2016, Argentina

Crisp and refreshing Viognier with faint traces of white peach on the middle palate before a burst of citrus on the finish.

Bottle – £23

Picpoul de Pinet 2016, Baron de Badassiere, France

A classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with delicious herbaceous & grassy notes underpinned with just a touch of pink grapefruit.

Bottle – £25

Faultline Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Marlborough, New Zealand

A classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc with delicious herbaceous & grassy notes underpinned with just a touch of pink grapefruit.

Glass – £7.90

Bottle – £26

Finca Remendio Verdejo 2016, Rueda, Spain

From the best area for Verdejo in Spain and one of the original producers who fought to establish the DO. Fresh and juicy in the mouth with good structure and great length. If you like Sauvignon Blanc this is for you!

Bottle – £27

Gavi La Battistina 2016, Italy

A high quality, single estate Gavi which is fresh, yet showing some weight & complexity.

Bottle – £29

New Hall Bacchus Reserve 2016, Essex, England

From one of the oldest and largest English wine producers. This wine wins many medals and is light and refreshing with just 10.5% alcohol.

Bottle – £32

Mâcon Charnay, Reserve Personelle 2016, Burgundy, France

Lovely peachy aromas on the nose leading to a full and ripe citrusy white wine. Long and lingering finish with gentle acidity make this wine perfect to match with food.

Glass – £8.25

Bottle – £33

Johannisberger Erntebringer Riesling Kabinett 2016, Villa Gutenberg, Germany

A classic Rheingau Riesling which is off dry with a lovely balance of fruit to acidity.  At 9.5% ABV it is also fairly low in alcohol.

Bottle – £34

Pazo Rosqueira Albariño 2016, Rias Baixas, Spain

From the damp NW of Spain this wine is fresh yet broad in the mouth with good white fruit flavours. Perfect with any fish especially shellfish.

Glass – £8.50

Bottle – £35

Weingut Rabl Grüner Veltliner “Langenlois” 2015, Austria

This fairly complex white has citrus and mineral tones which lead to a balanced & elegant finish.

Bottle – £37

Peter Lehmann Eden Valley Chardonnay 2014, Australia

Peter Lehmann was a very famous Barossan who made great Aussie wines. A big buttery Chardonnay with good balance, best drunk with food.

Bottle – £38

Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Marlborough, New Zealand

Made by Kevin Judd who put Cloudy Bay on the world wine map. The palate is packed with ripe stone fruit, melons and mandarin creating a succulent tropical-fruited style with that classic Marlborough zing.

Bottle – £41

Sancerre 2015/16, Domaine de Sautereau, Loire, France

From a Domaine in the ninth generation of the Sautereau family. Floral aromas develop into fresh grass. On the palate, refreshing acidity is balanced with fruit flavours of green apple and white grapefruit.

1/2 bottle – £24

Bottle – £44

Chablis, Reserve de Vaudon 2014, Burgundy, France

A brilliant straw gold shot through with green tints. A typical Chablis on the nose with citric notes mingling with fern and even saltiness. Vigorous and lively on the palate but rounded and balanced. A wine with finesse.

Bottle – £46

Pouilly Fumé, Château de Tracy 2015, Loire Valley, France

Château de Tracy is considered to be one of the stars of the Upper Loire. A well-balanced fine dry white wine that is full and round on the palate, with a fruity and flinty bouquet and a lingering finish.

1/2 bottle – £28

Bottle – £52

Chablis 1er Cru Montmains, Domaine Jean Goulley 2014, Burgundy

From the Premier Cru vineyards of Montmains this wine is organically made & is pure and intense with wonderful minerality & a very long finish.

Bottle – £54

Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc, Château Fortia 2013, Rhône, France

Deep golden colour, with some floral notes on the nose. A rich white with a pronounced mineral flavour.

Bottle – £56

Givry 1er Cru Vielles Vignes, Domaine Joblot 2015, Burgundy, France

A rich, luscious nose with lots of intense fruit and good depth. The complexity is reflected in the creamy palate which has good fruit, fine integrated oak and a nutty component. Very stylish.

Bottle – £64

Meursault 1er Cru Les Charmes 2013, Domaine René Monnier, Burgundy, France

Beautiful integration of oak with rich, elegantly styled fruit and a balanced acidity through to a wonderful long, butterscotch, well sustained finish.

Bottle – £70

Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Folatières 2015, Domaine René Monnier, Burgundy, France

The nose opens with green apple and exotic fruits with hints of vanilla. There is good acidity on the palate which has ripe citrus and pineapple flavours. The finish is buttery with a hint of toasty oak.

Bottle – £85

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dhayesWine List – White