Wine List



White Wines

1. Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Alba, Chile – £10.00

Aromas of citrus fruits, acacia and apple move to a light refreshing palate of apples, pears and freshly cut grass

 2. Chardonnay, Reserve St, Marc, France – £10.00

 Brimming over with freshness whilst supple and light. Aromas of white fresh fruits and flowers.

 3. Pinot Grigio, E100 Per Cento, Italy – £11.50

 Floral and tropical fruit notes. The palate is crisp and dry with plenty of stone fruit, melon and zesty notes.

 4. Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine de la Serra, France – £12.00

 Floral and tropical fruit notes. The palate is crisp and dry with plenty of stone fruit, melon and zesty notes.

 5. Rioja Blanco, Puerta Vieja, Spain – £11.50

 Fresh fruity nuances on the nose, whilst light on the palate. Balanced finish and pleasant floral aftertaste.

6. Sauvignon Blanc, Gravel & Loam, New Zealand – £14.00

Gooseberry aromas and notes of fresh herbs. Passionfruit, citrus, peach and notes of melon and kiwi – our best seller and a great wine.


Rose Wines

7. Les Petits Roucas Rose, France – £10.00

Aromatic nose of strawberry, raspberry and flowers. Fruity and elegant on the palate.

8. Pinot Grigio Blush, Viamora, Italy – £11.50

A lovely copper colour with rosy tinges. Ripe summer berries, fruity and well balanced.

9. Malbec Rose, Los Haroldos, Argentina – £19.00

 A bright nose of strawberries and cherries, the palate is creamy, but light and refreshing with plenty of red fruit and just a delicate hint of sweetness.


Red Wines

 10. Merlot, Pacifico Sur, Chile – £10.00

 Fresh Fruit aromas with a touch of cherry. It displays an elegant finish with soft round tannins.

 11. Malbec, Kaleu, Argentina – £11.00

 A juicy brambly nose leads to a soft and round palate with redcurrants, blackcurrants and plums. Soft tannins.

 12. Shiraz, Third Generation, Australia – £11.50

 A bright nose of strawberriesFull bodied with ripe berry fruit flavours with hints of black pepper and spices. Smooth finish.

 13. Cotes du Rhone Reserve, de l’Abbe, France – £11.50

 A light and supple wine which is very aromatic with blackcurrant, cherry and blackberry fruits and spicy notes.

 14. Rioja Tinto, Cabellera, Spain – £16.00

 Not too dry, refreshing, complex flavours, quite light allowing all the character to come through.

 15. Chateau Roc de Segur, Bordeaux, France – £16.00

 Supple and fruity. The palate is round and well structured with silky tannins and a deep aroma of red fruit mingled with spices.


Sparkling & Champagne

 16. Prosecco, Il Caggio, Italy (20cl) – £6.00

 17. Prosecco, Il Caggio, Italy – £13.00

 A smooth mousse and subtle wild apples and pear fruits exude from the palate with a refreshing lift on the finish.

 18. Paul Herard NV, Champagne, France – £30.00

 Full flavoured, but not too heavy, made entirely from pinot noir grapes.

 19. Pol Roger NV, Champagne, France – £55.00

 Complex nose of delicate white flowers and freshly baked brioche. Fresh, lively palate showing good balance, creamy texture and great depth.


English Wines

 20. Lychgate White, Bolney Estate, West Sussex – £20.00

Rich, ripe scents and flavours of passionfruit and lychee which are balanced by a crisp, spicy acidity and refreshing elderflower notes.

21. Lychgate Rose, Bolney Estate, West Sussex – £20.00

Fragrances of gardenia, raspberry and lychee, but its full palate makes it ideal for year round drinking. Gooseberry and apple flavours with hint of creamy vanilla fudge – a great British wine.

22. Lychgate Red, Bolney Estate, West Sussex – £20.00

Red fruits and a hint of leather lead through to juicy plum and berry fruit flavours. Soft tannins, a very elegant, medium bodied dry red wine.

23. Nyetimber Classic Cuvee NV, West Sussex – £42.50
Aromas of fresh melon, meyer lemon, proving bread, sweet pea flowers and vanilla followed by fresh apricot and melon flavours on the palate and lovely tiny bubble texture. Long finish.  A real quality English alternative to Champagne.