Rum Angostura 1824 Trinidad 40% £3.95 Cohiba Dominican Rep 40% £3.15 Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva Venezuela 40% £4.95 El Dorado 25yr Guyana 40% £25.00 Goslings Family Reserve Bermuda 40% £5.45 Kaniche Martinique 40% £3.80 N.O Rum USA 43% £3.65 Pampero 1992 Venezuela 50.5% £5.05 Pyrat Cask 1623 Anguila 40% £18.50 Ron Abuelo Panama 40% £3.10 Ron Paraiso Cuba 41.5% £4.45 Ron Varadero Cuba 40% £3.25 Ron Zacapa X.O Guatemala 40% £12.50 Santa Teresa Bicentenario Venezuela 40% £10.25 Zaya 12yr Trinidad 40% £4.60 Vodka Cape North France 40% £3.25 Chase England 40% £4.00 Chopin Poland 40% £5.15 General Stark USA 40% £3.55 Potocki Poland 40% £3.40 Sibirskaya Russia 42% £3.20 Wight England 42% £3.55 Agave Spirits 1921 Blanco Mexico 40% £3.85 Arrette Blanco Mexico 38% £3.25 Cabo Wabo Blanco Mexico 40% £3.90 Milagro Blanco Mexico 40% £3.85 Siete Leguas Blanco Mexico 40% £4.55 The Rummer Cellars Since the re-opening of The Rummer Hotel in 2005 much work has been put in behind the scenes to continually offer the utmost comfort and service, with a huge emphasis on quality products. Famed for our rum collection in the main bar we have chosen to pinpoint Gin & Jenever in the Cellars as well as offering a unique selection of Rum, Whisky, Brandy and Tequila. We encourage questions (and debate) about the products on offer so please do ask for advice and we’ll be happy to guide you in your choice of tipple. If you would like to reserve a table in the Cellars for dining or drinks please call us on 01179 290 111 as we cannot guarantee entry, particularly for groups over 4 persons. Gin & Jenever Aviation USA 42% £3.10 Blackwoods Limited Edition Shetlands 60% £4.55 Boe Scotland 47% £3.05 Bols Genever Holland 42% £2.95 Bols Corenwejn Holland 38% £3.05 Bombay Original Dry England 43% £3.15 Boudiers Saffron France 40% £3.35 Bramley & Gage Damson England 26% £2.95 Bramley & Gage Sloe England 26% £2.95 Citadelle Reserve France 44% £3.55 Crown Jewel England 50% £5.15 D.H Krahn USA 40% £3.15 G’Vine Nouaison France 43.9% £3.60 Jensen Bermondsey Dry England 43% £3.25 Jensen Old Tom England 43% £3.45 Josephine France 40% £4.05 Junipero USA 49.3% £4.65 Juniper Green England 37.5% £3.00 Ketel 1 Granjenever Holland 35% £3.05 Mahon Spain 38% £3.05 Millers Westbourne Strength England 45.2% £3.45 Old Raj Scotland 55% £3.15 Oxley England 47% £5.15 Sacred Gin England 40% £3.20 Tanqueray Rangpur England 41.3% £4.05 Wet by Beefeater England 37.5% £9.35 Whiskies of the World Aberlour A’bunadh Scotch Speyside 60.2% £3.75 The Arran Tokaji Cask Scotch Arran 55% £4.35 Blantons Barrel Proof USA Kentucky 67.45% £7.25 Bruichladdich 15yr Scotch Islay 40% £4.10 Compass Box Hedonism Scotch Blend 43% £4.20 Elmer T Lee USA Kentucky 45% £3.40 Hibiki 12yr Japan 43% £3.90 Old Pulteney Cask Bottling Scotch Highland 59.9% £6.65 Mortlach 16yr Scotch Speyside 43% £4.45 Noahs Mill USA Kentucky 57.15% £3.95 Rittenhouse Rye USA Kentucky 40% £3.05 Brandy Chateau Beaulon Cognac 40% £4.15 Francis Darroze 10yr Armagnac 43% £4.95 Francis Darroze 1987 Armagnac 49.4% £6.05 Hine VSOP Cognac 40% £3.55 Hine Early Landed 1981 Cognac 40% £15.00 Soft Drinks Bitter Lemon £1.50 Cola Bottle £1.75 Diet Cola Bottle £1.75 Fevertree Tonic £1.75 Fevertree Slimline Tonic £1.75 Fevertree Lemonade £1.75 Fevertree Soda £1.75 Ginger Ale £1.50 Ginger Beer £1.50 Selection of Fruit Juices £1.75 Hildon Sparkling Water Small £1.75 Large £3.50 Hildon Still Water Small £1.75 Large £3.50 Wines by the Glass Red 175ml/250ml/Bottle Saint Clair Pinot Noir, New Zealand £5.25/£6.95/£20.90 A medium-bodied easy drinking Pinot Noir with a soft, full palate, well balanced acidity and flavours that linger. Black cherry dominates the palate and is supported with hints of plum and red currant along with spicy oak. Tiddy Widdy Well, Australia £4.25/£5.65/£16.85 An Australian blend of Shiraz/Cabernet/Merlot. A fantastic combination that leaves this wine ripe and full bodied, with upfront fruit and soft tannins. White 175ml/250ml/Bottle Saint Clair Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand £5.05/£6.75/£20.15 A Rummer favourite, this multi award winning wine is explosive, racy and packed full of gooseberry and passion fruit. Head and shoulders above the more commercial styles of New Zealand Sauvignons that make up the market. Tiddy Widdy Well, Australia £4.25/£5.65/£16.85 This blended Australian wine has lots of fruit. The Colombard give this wine a great body. The Riesling delivers a little residual sweetness on the finish. Rosé 175ml/250ml/Bottle Saint Clair, Marlborough, New Zealand £4.95/£6.65/£19.90 The latest addition to the success story that is the Saint Clair vineyard. A rosé that delivers red berries, particularly cherry & raspberry. The acidity is gentle on the mouth and the finish lasts a lifetime. White Wine Chateau Fortia, Chateauneuf du Pape, France 2005 £37.50 The Chateau where the concept of Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) was born. This vineyard boasts an indepth history as well as a stunning selection of wines. A distinctive blend of Clairette, Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Bouboulenc which gives a peachy flavour balanced perfectly with acidity. Suckfizzle, Australia 2004 £35.50 A Sauvignon/Semillon blend with barrel fermentation delivering an intriguing mix of fresh citrus flavours, heavy on the grapefruit, intermingled with rich, creamy flavours from the oak. Le Champ des Vignes, Pouilly Fume, France 2006 £35.50 Characteristic flinty nose and palate opening out to show floral and dried fruit scents. Good body with balanced acidity throughout a dry and citrussy, zesty finish. Stadt Krems Gruner Veltliner, Austria 2007 £24.75 Austria’s most planted grape variety offers a keen acidity making this a very refreshing wine with a satisfying complexity. Tesch Riesling, Germany 2004 £23.55 An off dry Riesling that is delicate and smooth due to its subtle sweetness, balanced with a crisp acidity. Domaine de Campuget Cuvee Prestige, Viognier, France 2007 £22.25 A full flavoured wine from a top estate close to Nimes with delicious peach and apricot fruits. This wine retains the fresh fruit flavours throughout the long finish. Richmond Plains, Blanc de Noir, New Zealand 2007 £31.15 This organic wine is a ‘white’ wine made from the red Pinot Noir grape. An invitingly pale, salmon pink colour with deliciously light raspberry and forced rhubarb flavours leads into a mouth-wateringly fresh finish. Red Wine Magno, Barbaresco DOCG, Italy 2005 £30.55 Complex bouquet with hints of violets, dark chocolate, coffee, almonds and pepper in the background. A dry, full bodied red wine with balanced oak and firm tannins. Juan de Alzate Gran Reserva Rioja, Spain 1994 £40.00 1994 was easily one of the best vintages Rioja has ever seen. This Gran Reserva offers big bold cherries and warming toasty vanilla from the oak ageing. Drinking right now at its peak, definitely not to be missed. Agostino Petri, Chianti Classico Reserva 2004 £36.20 Enticingly sweet, ripe fruit on the nose and a flavour of concentrated black cherries with rich, almost opulent tannins. A classic wine with great potential. Remo Farina Ripasso, Italy 2004 £26.25 A beautifully weighted Ripasso from Remo Farina. A unique production method sees the wine being re-fermented with the lees & skins of Amarone to deliver big sweet current and red berry flavours. Delightful! Don David Malbec, Argentina 2006 £21.15 This wine was awarded 95 points by Wine Magazine who said "nice intensity of liquorice fruit with good concentration ... modern, juicy, sexy wine ... a superb palate with length and sweetly toasted oak." This wine never fails to impress. Dominio Basconcillos, Ribera Del Duero, Spain 2005 £28.50 The key grape variety here is Tinto Fino, a variant of Rioja’s Tempranillo. The Ribera offers dark fruits, with hints of liquorice. A Rummer house favourite, made all the more satisfying by its organic/bio-dynamic status. Haan Wilhelmus, Australia 2005 £46.75 ‘The blend is greater than any of its parts’. This stunning red wine combines 5 classic grape varieties to produce distinct plumy notes mixed with a complexity of herbs and spices. A silky finish with undertones of dusty oak. An instant Rummer Hotel house favourite! *Please note, this wine reveals its full flavours when decanted. Whilst this is not absolutely necessary, if you would like to order a decanted bottle please notify one of the bar staff & expect a 40 minute aeration period before your wine is served. Champagne Cattier N.V £35.00 Cattier Vintage £42.00 Cattier Rose £45.00 Cattier Clos de Moulin £60.00 Chapel Down Brut Glass £6.00 Bottle £30.00 Dom Perignon 2000 £98.50 Gosset Celebris Brut 1998 £172.50 Krug N.V 37.5cl £50.00 Krug N.V £95.00 Krug 1995 £215.00 Krug 1996 £295.00 Krug Clos du Mesnil 1995 £580.00 Mumm de Cremant £95.00 Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 1999 £105.00 Ruinart Rose 1990 £200.00 Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 37.5cl £30.00 Massandra Collection The Russian court had a particularly sweet tooth and Massandra existed to produce versions of their favourite wines, but grown in the Motherland. These included unctuously sweet wines labelled Port, Sherry, Madeira and even d'Yquem. Below the winery, a huge library of ancient dessert wines was gradually built up over the years. Until the 1990's, when Sotheby's offered a parcel of Massandra wines at auction, hardly anyone had ever tasted or even heard of these now legendary wines. Since then, tiny quantities have made their way on to the world's fine wine markets - where they have been snapped up by collectors and wine enthusiasts keen to have a taste of history. The mystique of Massandra wines, combines the rarity of ancient vintages, the perfect provenance of the winery's cavernous cellars and the curiosity and prestige of the Tsar's own estate. 1938 White Muscat £850.00 1945 Pedro Ximinez £750.00 Both of these wines must be purchased on a caveat emptor basis, as it would be impossible to guarantee their condition. Cellar Selection Bottle Pierre Janny Pouilly Fuisse 2004 £40.00 This multi dimensional wine has an abundance of toasty fruit flavours. Pouilly-Fuisse is a fantastic wine appellation. And this is a fantastic Pouilly-Fuisse! Saint Clair Block 4 2006 £40.00 A reserve Sauvignon Blanc from the people at Saint Claire, rich crisp and well layered. A wine in very small production, hailed by some as the best Sauvignon in the world. Dardia La Rosa Bussia Barolo 2000 £45.00 A noble Italian wine from the Nebbiolo grape. Aged in wood for three years to give a complex wine that is beautifully rich with supple tannins. Chateaux Leoville las Cases, St. Julien 1998 £110.00 A superb second growth St. Julien. The nose has minerals, iodine and cigar box notes beginning to develop. The palate has a good acidity, very ripe tannins with a lot of glycerine and liquorice. Very toasty on the finish, this is an excellent 1998 and comparable to the First Growths. An exceptionally fine wine. Tomasi Amerone Della Valpolicella 2001 £60.00 A robust and intensely flavoured wine from ultra ripe dried grapes. There are hints of marzipan , liquorice, spice, tar and bitter chocolate. Chateau Pichon-Longueville, Paulliac 2001 £80.00 Second growth claret from the left bank. Up front cabernet fruits with a firm savory palate.