Our wine list covers all tastes from crisp, fruity whites to  full-bodied deep reds, so why not try a bottle of something a little different? From our own shores, the Three Choirs Vineyard in Gloucestershire gives us Coleridge Hill, a zesty fresh white wine whilst the Lieras Winery in Spain, uses the lesser known Albariño grape to give us a spicy, crisp white that contrasts with the bigger, bolder Spanish wines that we know and love.

All our carefully selected wines, are jam-packed with complex flavours and a character that belies their reasonable price. After all, why would you break the bank for an excellent wine when you don’t have to?

Wines by the Glass

As well as offering some stunning examples of the market favourites we also like to offer something fresh and different, so be sure to ask the staff for this month’s suggestion. All are available in the following glass sizes: 125ml £5.50  175ml £6.50  250ml £7.50

It may well be a wine from our list that is a little different or we usually only sell by the bottle, but more often than not it’s a little gem we have found that we just feel like drinking!


Pinot Grigio – Parini – Trentino – Italy
Balanced, with lemongrass and citrus notes.

Sauvignon Blanc – Whitehaven – New Zealand
A quintessential Marlborough – intense and balanced.

Macon Lugny – Les Charmes – France
Fresh with a lingering finish.


Malbec – Mont Rocher – France
Rich, mouthwatering, smooth and rounded.

GSM Le Maquis Domaine Sainte Rose – France
Warm, generous and complex, full of aromatic thyme, jammy red friut and spicy black pepper.

Merlot, Corvino – Passori Rossi Veneto – Italy
Spicy and full-bodied with a fruity floral finish.


White Zinfandel – Whispering Hills – USA
Delicious and refreshing. Summer in a glass!

Pinot Grigio -Bel Canto – Italy
Packed with flavours of beautiful summer berries and delicate fresh citrus.

White Wines

Pinot Grigio – Trentino – Italy £22.00
Clean, fresh and dry with hints of honey and aclean floral nose, subtle mineral nuances and a lively lemon-edged finish.

Sauvignon Blanc – Whitehaven – New Zealand £22.00
This quintessential ‘Marlborough’ wine has the intense aromas of passion fruit and gooseberry with fine acidity and perfect balance.

Macon Lugny – Les Charmes – France £22.00
From the limestone hills near Macon in the heart of Burgundy. Fresh with a lingering finish.

Picpoul – Baron de Dadassiere – France £25.00
Aromas of citrus fruit, grapefruit, lemon and lime, and floral notes with a good balance of zesty acidity and minerality and a touch of saltiness on the finish.

Fiano – Mandrarossa Ciaca Bianca – italy £24.00
On the nose, it has fresh and fragrant aromas of jasmine, basil, grapefruit, tomato leaf and laurel whilst the palate is fresh and mineral.

Gavi de Gavi – Villa Lanata – Italy £30.00
From the best part of the region, made from the cortesse grape. Great intensity and finesse.

Sauvignon Blanc – Vavasour  – New Zealand £30.00
A stunning, powerful bouquet of blckcurrant and herbs layered with ripe stone fruit and bright citrus.

Rose Wines

White Zinfandel – Whispering Hills – USA £22.00
Delicious strawberry and raspberry fruit flavours with a refreshing finish. Summer in a glass!

Pinot Grigio Bel Canto – Italy £22.00
A refreshing dry wine with delicious tones of both peach and summer fruit.

Pinot Rose – Whitehaven – New Zealand – Italy £25.00
Relax with this delicate pink rose brimming with refreshing crushed strawberry and cherry flavours.

Red Wines

Malbec – Eleve – France £22.00
From Malbec’s home in south west France, this is a velvety, fruity, spice-tinged wine with violet aromas

GSM le maquis – Domaine Sainte Rose – France £22.00
A Grenache-dominated, peppery blend with a soft, ripe palate and juicy light tannins.

Lussac St Emilion – Chateau Robin – France £30.00
An exceptional Bordeaux vintage with expressive nose with a range of fruit flavours. Rich and well-structured, a typical classy ‘mainly Merlot’ blend.

Merlot, Corvino – Passori Rossi Veneto – Italy £22.00
A rich, smooth red wine, showing plum and dried fruit notes that are enhanced with spice and vanilla courtesy of  a brief period of oak ageing.

Mozzafiato Primitivo – IGT Salento – Italy £27.00
Voluptuous and deep ruby in colour with a hint of spice and a nose of warm prunes, dates and figs

Cabernet Sauvignon – L. F. E. – Chile £29.00
Very dense, dark and brooding with fragrant cassis, black cherry, mocha, cedar and a touch of mint.

Shiraz – Lionheart of the Barossa –  Australia £29.00
Intense crimson in colour, blood plum, ripe blackberries, a hint of spicy pepper and dark chocolate, wow!

Black Malbec – los intocables – Italy £27.00
The use of medium toast barrels translates into flavors of vanilla and cooked red fruits such as blueberries and plums.

Rioja – El Coto de Imaz Reserva – Spain £27.50
From the world famous Central Otago, this limited quantity wine has a smoky, dark cherry and plum bouquet, juicy spicy palate and silky smooth finish.

Pinot Noir – Akarua – New Zealand £30.00
From the world famous Central Otago. Red berries burst from the glass with a touch of spice and subtle tannins that lead to a long elegant finish.

Old Vine Zinfandel – Ravenswood – USA £35.00
From the world famous Central Otago. Red berries burst from the glass with a touch of spice and subtle tannins that lead to a long elegant finish.


Taittinger Brut £65.00
A beautifully brilliant golden colour with depth and balance along with hints of honey and fresh fruit.

Taittinger Nocturne £70.00
A sweeter champagne, using Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier grapes- delicious!

Taittinger Rose £75.00
Delicate salmon pink in colour with a sublime freshness. The ultimate rose champagne.


Prosecco – Da Luca – Italy £25.00
Italy’s bubbly of choice. Fresh, fruity and enjoyable!

Prosecco Da Luca Rose – Italy £25.00
Fresh and vibrant with a hint of strawberry.

Prosecco Borgo Molino Trevisio – Italy £30.00
Elegant with citrus fruit and green apple on the nose.