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					White Wine
Cuvee Leduc Blanc, Vin de Pays, 2006/7 – France
Vibrant zippy white with plenty of fresh fruit on the palate.
Glass £3.45, 350ml Carafe £6.85, Bottle £13.50

Hillstowe Chardonnay, South Australia, 2006 – Australia
Light oak with lots of fresh pineapple and excellent acidity.
Glass £3.90, 350ml Carafe £7.80, Bottle £15.00

Samm Chenin Blanc, Paarl, 2007 – South Africa
Unoaked with rich tropical aromas of pear guava and ripe yellow fruit.
Glass £4.40, 350ml Carafe £8.80, Bottle £17.00

Sept Saison Viognier, Vin de Pays d’Oc, 2006 – France
Aromas and flavours of apricots and peaches are everywhere in this excellent value Viognier.
Glass £4.40, 350ml Carafe £8.80, Bottle £17.00

Tramin, Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige, 2007 – Italy
Easy drinking, dry with great acidity. A match with seafood or try it on its own.
Glass £4.95, 350ml Carafe £9.90, Bottle £19.50

Rioja Blanco, Viura, Bodegas Luis Canas, 2006/7 – Spain
Toasty on the nose with hints of citrus fruits followed by freshness and good structure.
Glass £5.15, 350ml Carafe £10.30, Bottle £20.40

Macon Fuisse-Chateau de Beauregard, 2006 – France
Wonderfully elegant un-oaked burgundy from this quite rare appellation. Only 800 cases a year
are produced.
Glass £6.75, 350ml Carafe £13.50, Bottle £26.00

Esk Valley Sauvignon Blanc, Hawkes Bay, 2007 – New Zealand
Flavours of citrus, pear, apple and passion fruit dominate and a clean fresh finish adds length.
Glass £6.75, 350ml Carafe £13.50, Bottle - £26.00

Tramin Gewurztaniner, Alto Adige, 2005/6 - Italy
From the town of Tramin after which the Gewurztraminer grape was named. This wine is
superbly aromatic and displays plenty of spice and tropical fruit.
Bottle - £23.80

Biblia Chora Sauvignon Blanc, Kavala, 2006 – Greece
This organic Greek wine tastes like no other Sauvignon on the planet, and that’s a good thing.
Intriguing, herbaceous and full of stone fruit.
Bottle - £24.50

Gruner Veltliner, Johann Donabaum, Wachua, 2006 - Austria
The main characteristics of the grape are its fresh acidity, mineral complexity, and the white
pepper on the finish. Exceptionally good with white meat.
Bottle - £25.00

Marmesa Chardonnay, Edna Valley, 2005 – California
Unoaked, super-appetising dry Chardonnay that smells attractively of white peaches.
£25.00

Chablis, Burgundy, 2006 – France
This small family owned estate produces Chablis as it should be, packed with fruit, minerals
and aromas of white flowers.
Bottle - £29.00




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Albarino – Lagar de Pintos, Galicia, 2006 – Spain
Quite simply the fish wine of Spain…No question! Has plenty of ripe stone fruit, acidity and
spice.
Bottle - £28.00

Weegmuller Riesling Kabinett Trocken, Pfalz, 2006 – Germany
This is modern German Riesling at its best. It has the freshest nose with zingy citrus fruit and
floral notes rushing out of the glass.
Bottle £28.00

Pouilly Fume, J.Paboit, Loire Valley, 2006 – France
A fresh and lively Sauvignon from one of France’s finest regions. Pear drops and pink
grapefruit, give way to an altogether more complex & savoury richness.
Bottle £28.40

Tamar Ridge Sauvignon Blanc, Tasmania, 2007 – Australia
Single vineyard, dry Sauvignon with the classic combination of blackcurrant leaf and
gooseberries.
Bottle - £31.00

Mahi “Twin Valleys” Chardonnay, Marlborough, 2004 – New Zealand
A stunning and intriguing single vineyard chardonnay, imagine Meursault meets the new world.
Bottle - £32.00

Sancerre, Domaine Merlin Cherrier, Loire Valley, 2006 – France
This delicious Sauvignon shows impressive concentration and depth of fruit, prominent
minerality and ripe acidity.
Bottle £32.90

Viognier ‘Toasted Head’, R.H.Phillips, Dunnigan Hills, 2005 – USA
This aromatic Viognier exhibits lovely fragrant peach and apricot aromas. good weight with a
lovely fruity finish.
Bottle £32.55

Saint Aubin 1er Cru, Domaine Vincent Girardin, 2004/5 – France
Vincent Girardin, makes intense well-flavoured Chardonnays from ‘en Remilly’, with emphasis
on richness, mineral character and toasty aromas of new oak.
Bottle £56.60

Puligny Montrachet 1er ‘les Folatieres’, Domaine Jean Pascal, 2003 – France
There is a powerful concentration of exotic, buttery fruit and hazelnuts. This outstanding Puligny
has developed complex flavours of brioche, lemon zest, vanilla and cinnamon.
Bottle £78.55

Sparkling and Champagne
Ridgeview Sparkling Bloomsbury, Ditchling, 2007 – UK
Brioche flavours with grapefruit characteristics.
Glass - £6.50 Bottle - £30.00

Ridgeview Sparkling Fitzrovia, Ditchling, 2007 – UK
Classic pink in colour with distinctive strawberry flavours with hints of cream.
Glass - £6.50 Bottle - £30.00

Serge Mathieu, Champagne, NV – France
This 100% Pinot Noir is so good it was given 5 stars by decanter last year! A different Cuvée to
the Tradition: more exuberance and finesse.
Glass - £7.00 Bottle - £40.00




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Taittinger Brut Reserve, NV – France
Hints of biscuit and brioche. The palate has considerable depth and is elegant.
½ Bottle - £25.00 Bottle - £45.00

Billecart Salmon Rose, NV – France
A pale pink, this fizz shows purity of ripe red fruits with a long lingering finish.
Bottle £60.00

Krug Grande Cuvee, NV – France
The palate is dominated by honey, nuts and dried fruit with graceful acidity and a long full finish.
½ Bottle - £75.00 Bottle - £140.00

Rosé
Cuvee Leduc Rosé, Vin de Pays, 2006 – France
Classically fruity French Rosé.
Glass - £3.45, Carafe 350 ml - £6.85, Bottle - £13.50

Care Cabernet Tempranillo, 2006 – Spain
A stunning new Rosé whose vibrant deep pink colour and massive concentration of
ripe strawberry fruit is a feast for the senses. Crisp, juicy and succulent.
Glass - £4.90, Carafe 350ml £9.80, Bottle - £19.00

Linda Domas Shotbull Shiraz Rosé, South Australia 2006/7 – Australia
100% Shiraz. Rich and concentrated it displays fresh raspberries, blueberry and cream over
subtle clove aromas.
Glass - £5.75, Carafe 350 ml £11.50, Bottle - £22.00

Chapel Down English Rosé, Kent, 2005 – UK
Flavours of redcurrants dominate followed by creamy strawberries and a hint of rosehips.
Glass £5.75, Carafe 350ml £11.50, Bottle £22.00

Red Wine
Cuvee Leduc Rouge, Vin de Pays L’Herault, 2006 – France
Good honest French country red with plenty of soft fruits and spice.
Glass £3.45, Carafe 350ml £6.85, Bottle £13.50

Avanti Shiraz Malbec, San Juan, 2006 – Argentina
A soft easy drinking red with sweet cherry and autumn berry fruits and rounded structure.
Glass - £3.50, Carafe 350ml £7.50, Bottle £14.00

San Mario Primitivo Merlot, Puglia, 2006 – Italy
Mature fruit on the nose with red berries and cherry, velvety tannins and a lingering finish.
Glass £3.85, Carafe 350ml £7.70, Bottle £15.00

Siberita Merlot, Central Valley, 2006 – Chile
Big juicy merlot awash with spicy damson flavours.
Glass £3.85, Carafe 350ml £7.70, Bottle £ 15.00

Cote du Rhone, Domaine de la Amandine, Rhone, 2005 – France
The spice and smokey aromas of the syrah dominate, whilst red fruits and spice complete the
palate.
Bottle £17.50

Chateau Fayau, Bordeaux, 2005 – France
Surprisingly smooth and well balanced wine from a lesser known Bordeaux producer.
Glass - £4.60, Carafe 350ml £9.20, Bottle - £18.00




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El Talud Rioja Tinto, Rioja, 2006 – Spain
This delivers a modern unoaked style Rioja with immense fruit concentration.
Glass £4.90, Carafe 350ml £9.80, Bottle - £19.00

Devils Corner Pinot Noir, Tasmania, 2007 – Australia
Mouth filling Pinot with ripe plum and cherry flavours, and hints of spicy and savoury complexity.
Glass - £6.00, Carafe 350ml £12.00, Bottle - £23.00

Vigne Nuove Montepulciano, Abruzzo, 2006 – Italy
Fabulous fruit drenched red with good weight and soft tannins. Rich savoury dried fruit
characters, with a touch of cherry like sweetness.
Glass - £5.50, Carafe 350ml - £11.00, Bottle - £21.00

Top Hat Grenache, Linda Domas, McClaren Vale, 2006 – Australia
Full bodied and seductive, the nose is incredibly perfumed and the palate wonderfully ripe and
spicy.
Bottle £24.00

La Bouscade Minervois, Minervois, 2005 – France
New world power on the nose, complimented by the wild herbs and finesse, a classic for this
region.
Bottle - £24.80

Marmesa Syrah, Edna Valley, 2005 – California
A superbly balanced, ripe wine with juicy red cherry and blackberry fruit flavours.
Bottle £25.00

St Emilion Montagne, Chateau Treytins, 2004 – France
Beautifully ripe, dark berry fruit characterises this wine. Medium bodied with a soft, supple style
and warm savoury finish.
½ Bottle - £14.95, Bottle - £26.90

Tilenus Roble, Bierzo, 2006 – Spain
Tilenus is made with the Mencia grape; this grape is reminiscent of a silky Pinot Noir which is
full bodied but never overpowering.
Bottle £29.00

Perez Cruz Syrah Reserva, Maipo Valley, 2004/5 – Chile
Super rich, intense fruit saturated nose that has spice and pepper of syrah. Massive rich spicy
palate.
Bottle £30.00

Chianti, Colle Bereto, Tuscany, 2004 – Italy
Spiced aroma of black berries and marmalade. Dry, firm and intense taste lingering in the
mouth.
Bottle £31.00

Summa Varietalis, Cabernet Petit Verdot, 2003 – Spain
Complex with cherry jam fruit, vanilla and hints of rosemary. Very smooth and easy to drink.
Bottle £31.00

Fleurie, Chateau de Beauregard, Beaujolais, 2005 – France
This is Fleurie made in the traditional burgundy style which gives it much more depth and
flavour.
Bottle £31.20

St Croix Old Vine Carignan, Corbiere, 2004 – France
Massively big and complex wine, only 993 bottles made using the grapes from 120 year old
vines
Bottle £32.00



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Crozes – Hermitage – Domaine des Martinelles – 2006 – France
Classic Crozes, which is not over worked or over oaked, just a pure expression of fruit and
terror.
Bottle £32.00

Esk Valley Pinot Noir, Hawkes Bay, 2006 – New Zealand
This single vineyard Pinot has a soft and velvet mouth feel that is so desirable in Pinot Noir.
Plums and dark cherries dominate, supported by beautifully integrated oak seasoning.
Bottle £35.00

Setanta Shiraz, Adelaide Hills, 2004 – Australia
Tastes like most Hermitage would like to if they could! Full bodied, rich and spicy with some
delicious smoky oak characters.
Bottle £36.00

Savigny les Beaune, Domaine Lucien Jacob, 2002 – France
Cherry and violets on the nose with ripe fruit on the palate, creamy tannins and elegant wild
strawberry.
Bottle £38.20

Chateaux de Valois, Pommerol, 2000 – France
Intense raisiny richness of 77% merlot, balanced with Cabernet Franc and Cabernet
Sauvignon. Enhanced with ageing in new oak, with subtle flavours of plum, red berries and
liquorice.
Bottle £59.20

Roccolo Grassi Valpolicella, 2004 – Italy
One of the finest red wines that Italy has to offer and it easily rivals top end red burgundy for
power, poise and elegance. You just have to try it.
Bottle £43.00

Nuit St Georges 1er cru ‘la Richmone’, Domaine Alain Michelot, 2003 – France
Big aromas of raspberries and cherry followed by good depth and richness on the palate. It has
considerable weight, ripe fruit salad character and subtle tannins.
Bottle £76.30

Dessert Wine
Casa de la Ermita Dulce Viognier 2006 – Spain
Tropical fruits such as apricots, pineapple and mango with subtle floral notes. The palate is
sweet but juicy and ripe.
Glass £3.50 Bottle £20.00 (50cl)

Chateau de Juge, Cadillac, 2004 – France
Honeyed and rich with a hint of marmalade, great with blue cheese.
Glass £3.70 Bottle £15.00 (37.5cl)

Weegmuller Rieslaner Auslese, Pfalz, 2003 – Germany
This sweet Riesling is unoaked which helps the wine to deliver lots of fresh luscious fruit. It also
has great acidity and works really well with liver parfaits, cheese and sweets.
Glass £6.00 Bottle £29.50 (37.5cl)

Sauternes 2er Cru Chateau Bastor Lamontane 2002 – France
A Classic dessert wine from a top chateaux. Concentrated sweet ripe fruit on the palate, with a
touch of balancing acidity on the finish.
Glass £6.20 Bottle £30.95 (37.5cl)

Tramin Roan, Alto Adige, 2006 – Italy
This late harvest Gewürztraminer really is a revelation! Aromas of roses, ginger & vanilla, and a
well rounded palate full of exotic fruit and acidity.
Bottle £37.00 (37.5cl)

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