White Wine

Muscadet Sur Lie, Chateau de Chasseloir 2005/06

An outstanding example of this unique wine, perfectly in balance with crisp, citrus acidity and the text-book bone dry palate with a subtle hint of yeast lees finishing as clean as a whistle. The perfect wine to partner shellfish and seafood dishes.


Gewurztraminer d’Alsace, Cave de Pfaffenheim 2004/5

This speciality from the picturesque vineyards of Alsace has a heady aroma of roses and lychee and a richly flavoured palate packed with lychee and grapefruit flavours. Although technically dry, it is so packed with ripe fruit flavours that it has an off-dry feel.


Sancerre, Domaine Daulney 2005/6

Delicately aromatic with subtle herbaceous tones, the Sauvignon Blanc grape thrives on the banks of the Loire valley. The Daulney family have created a fresh and fruity dry white that is beautifully balanced.


Pouilly Fume, Domaine de Maltaverne 2005

Giles Maudry is one of the handful of traditionalists still left who age their Pouilly Fume on its lees to gain complexity for a few months before bottling. As a consequence the wine’s subtle grassy perfume is matched for a well-rounded flavour and long elegant finish.


Chablis, Alain Bretin 2005

One of the best known villages of northern Burgundy, Chablis is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes. Fresh green-fruits on the bouquet are matched by steely, fresh tropical fruit flavours and the hallmark buttery Chablis characteristics in the mouth.


Meursault, Vallet Freres 2004/5

Bernard Vallet’s Meursault is a richly flavoured combination of toasty, vanilla-oak with pineapple and melon fruits. Long and complex, this is a superb example of the winemaker’s art.


Rose Wine

Rose Cotes de Saint Mont, Producteur Plaimont 2006

A delightfully fresh and fruity dry rose with soft, subtle strawberry flavours and a clean crisp finish


Cotes de Provence Rose, Rimauresq Cru Classe 2005

One of the finest roses that France produces, made from Cinsault, Mourvedre, Grenache and a unique local variety called T ibouren.
Delicately spicy, it has a lovely rounded mouth-feel and a full, dry palate.


Red Wine

Cotes du Roussillon, Pierre de Marca 2005

Spicy berry fruits, smooth tannins and balanced acidity all combine to give us a fresh, fruity medium bodied red from the sun-kissed vineyards of Rousillon, close to the Spanish border.


Cotes du Rhone, Privilege 2005

An excellent example of ‘serious’ Cotes du Rhone, plenty of dark forest-fruit flavours with the characteristic twist of white pepper on the finish.


Crozes Hermitage, Domaine de Pradelle, 2005

The Syrah grape is king in the vineyards of northern Rhone and at Domaine Pradelle its full-bodied blackberry spice and damson qualities are shown off to the full.


Fleurie, Domaine Andre Cologne 2005

Justifiably the most popular of the ‘Cru’ Beaujolais Villages, Cologne’s wine is bursting with the vibrant cherry flavours that we love on this lighterbodied style of red.


Beaune 1er Cru ’Les Epenottes’, Vallet Freres 2004

The prized Pinot Noirs from Burgundy’s Cote d’Or are treasured by afficianados around the globe. This masterpiece from the Vallet family is as pure and natural as they come, un-filtered, it is bottled by hand straight from the barrel. We hope that you enjoy its delicious strawberry and mushroom style.


Chateaux Cantemerle 5ieme Cru Classe Margaux 1996

This highly regarded, fully mature Claret is from a very fine vintage. Perfect with Beef or Lamb to compliment it’s fabulous blackcurrant and Cedar wood tones and supple tannic structure.