Light, fresh and crisp whites 125ml Glass Bottle Terre Forti Trebbiano/Chardonnay Rubicone, Italy £2.85 £13.50 Modern Italian wine with cool, crisp apple and peach fruit − easy going, friendly and fresh. La Serre Sauvignon Blanc Vin de Pays d’Oc, France £3.50 £15.50 Sunny, fruity Sauvignon from the South of France. Crisp and dry − perfect with fish and seafood. Conto Vecchio Pinot Grigio delle Venezie, Italy £3.75 £16.50 Textbook Pinot Grigio from the vineyards around Venice − lots of delicious lemon, lime and green apple flavours. Pinot Bianco Alto Adige Alois Lageder, Italy £24.00 White flowers and crisp fruit flavours from high in the Dolomites make this a refined, spirit-lifting experience. Friendly Gruner-Veltliner Laurenz V, Austria £24.75 Austria’s wonder grape puts in a star turn, delivering its customary and bewildering array of delicious flavours: peach, apple, pepper. You name it, this wine’s got it! Petit Chablis Patrick Piuze, France £25.75 Ripe yet steely, fruity whilst still bone dry and taut, this is a beautifully crafted Petit Chablis from a highly-respected family house. Sancerre Blanc Le Pierrier Domaine Thomas, France £29.50 The village of Sancerre in France’s Loire Valley produces the world’s most famous Sauvignon Blancs - this classic example makes an elegant match for grilled fish and goats’ cheeses. Fruit driven and aromatic whites 125ml Glass Bottle Ceps du Sud Viognier Vin de Pays d’Oc, France £3.65 £17.00 Viognier is a real sunshine grape, smelling and tasting of summer − juicy apricots, peaches and white flowers galore. SAAM Mountain Paarl Chenin Blanc, South Africa £17.50 South African Chenin is our tip to be the next big thing. Dry but packed with ripe fruit flavours, this is perfect either with food or on its own. Domaine Cheval-Blanc Signe Bordeaux Blanc, France £18.00 Bordeaux might normally be associated with posh reds but this delicious, crisp blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc is every bit as good. St Hallett Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc, Australia £3.95 £19.50 Made from the same grapes as the Bordeaux Blanc above, this is a very different beast! All that Aussie sunshine turns the grapes into fruit bombs and this is packed with juicy, tropical flavours. Knappstein Clare Valley Hand Picked Riesling, Australia £21.50 Dry, zippy Riesling full of crisp lemon and lime fruit flavours. Bright, refreshing and perfect with seafood and spices. Johnson Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, £23.50 New Zealand Briliant New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc − it jumps out of the glass with aromatic gooseberry and passion fruit notes. A2O Albarino Rias-Baixas, Spain £27.00 Delicate apricot fruit with a lingering mineral and spice finish. Albarino has become achingly trendy − and deservedly so. Primrose Hill Lamberhurst Estate Bacchus, England £29.00 The lesser-spotted Bacchus grape grows really well in England’s cooler climate producing dry, zesty wines that taste almost like Sauvignon Blanc. A very patriotic choice! Fuller bodied whites 125ml Glass Bottle Piropo Chardonnay, Argentina £13.50 A fresh and peachy white wine with a dash of tropical fruitiness. Casa de la Ermita Jumilla Blanco (Viognier), Spain £21.50 Juicy rich apricot flavours wrapped by fresh pine spices make this an utterly delicious and intriguing wine. Macon Villages Bouchard Aine & Fils, France £23.50 Soft, juicy Chardonnay from the Maconnais region of Southern Burgundy − think peaches, melons and freshly squeezed lemons. De Trafford Stellenbosch Chenin Blanc, South Africa £33.50 Architect-turned-winemaker David Trafford makes some of the most famous Chenin Blanc in the Cape − this is full-bodied, ripe and rich with gorgeous honeyed apricot fruit. Pouilly Fuisse Bouchard Aine & Fils, France £37.00 Rich, toasty white Burgundy with spicy, nutty oak and creamy red apple fruit. Rully Clos des Mollepierres Domaine Saint-Abel, France £42.00 Poised and stylish this blends deliciously ripe apple and white peach fruit with a persistent and mouthwatering tingly mineral finish. Meursault Villages Michelot, France £49.00 A big, bold Burgundy with rich, creamy oak and crisp citrussy fruit. Full-bodied and ripe, it makes a great match for roast chicken or fish dishes. Light and fruity reds 125ml Glass Bottle Terre Forti Sangiovese Rubicone, Italy £2.85 £13.50 Delicious, easy-going Italian red made from the same grape used in Chianti − black cherries, plums and peppery spice make it an ideal match for Mediterranean dishes. La Serre Merlot Vin de Pays d’Oc, France £15.50 Young, juicy and full of soft, easy-going plum and blackberry fruit. A real taste of the South of France. Les Nuages Pinot Noir St Pourcain VDQS, France £17.50 A light, delicate red from the Loire Valley − crunchy redcurrant and strawberry fruit flavours make it a great red wine to match with fish, especially salmon or trout. Fleurie Millesime Cave de Fleurie, France £22.50 A perfect summertime wine − soft and juicy with loads of red berry fruit and very light tannins. Stonier Pinot Noir, Australia £31.00 Exceptional sites lead to exceptional wines as this complex, multi-layered Aussie Pinot shows. Supple, velveteen and lingering. Soft and rounded reds 125ml Glass Bottle Castillo de Clavijo Rioja Tempranillo, Spain £3.60 £17.00 A soft, creamy Rioja with lots of berry fruit flavours − a real crowd pleaser which is impossible not to like. SAAM Mountain Paarl Pinotage, South Africa £17.50 Pinotage is South Africa’s signature red grape and this soft, jammy wine shows why Cape winemakers love it so much. Great with a good old British banger. Palena Merlot, Chile £3.85 £19.00 Ultra smooth, juicy Merlot with jammy plum, blackberry and damson fruit served up with lashings of mocha coffee and chocolate. MadFish Pinot Noir, Australia £23.00 The cooler climate of Western Australia is perfect Pinot Noir territory − this is light in colour but not in flavour, packing a real punch of strawberry and cherry fruit. Chateau d’Archambeau Graves, Bordeaux £26.00 Classic Bordeaux red with ripe blackcurrant, plum and damson fruit mixed with some savoury, smokey notes on the finish. Chateau Lamartre St-Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux £36.00 St Emilion is one of the most famous regions in Bordeaux and this wine lives up to the name - a stunning rich wine, full of juicy Merlot fruit. Santenay 1er Cru Grand Clos Rousseau Domaine £52.00 Saint-Abel, France Classic smooth red burgundy at it’s best from one of the region’s best producers. Les Tourelles de Longueville Pauillac, France £62.00 The second wine of the great Bordeaux chateau, Pichon-Baron, this is claret at its best. Full-bodied, ripe and elegant with deep cassis fruit flavours. Big, bold and spicy reds 125ml Glass Bottle Libertad Malbec/Shiraz, Argentina £3.25 £16.00 Malbec and Shiraz make great bedfellows with the spice of the latter matching the aromatic fruit of the Malbec. Excellent value and very easy to drink. Alisios do Seival Tempranillo/Touriga Campenha, Brazil £16.00 Brazil maybe more famous for samba, carnivals and football but this wine might change all that − it has bags of spicy blackberry fruit and super-smooth tannins. Thesaurum Corvina/Cabernet Sauvignon Veneto, Italy £3.95 £18.50 A modern take on the old Italian favourite, Valpolicella. Soft and smooth with cherry, blackcurrant and black olive flavours. Estapor Venir Mezcla Tinto, Mexico £25.50 A dark and brooding Mexican, only without the cheroot and sombrero. Delicious, mouthcoating berry fruit and plenty of spice, this fascinating wine comes from Mexico’s West coast, its vineyards cooled by the same vineyard currents come with gams of singing whales all the way from Alaska. Perfect with roasts, grills and pies, or maybe even spicy enchiladas? Katnook Founders Block Coonawarra Cabernet £28.00 Sauvignon, Australia Brilliant Aussie Cabernet − full-bodied, smooth and ripe with classic Coonawarra flavours of mint, blackcurrant and vanilla. Catena Malbec, Argentina £34.00 Made from some of the highest vineyards in the world, way up in the Andes Mountains, this is a very classy drop from Argentina’s No. 1 producer. Big and bold − but elegant too − with spicy plum and violet fruit. Ceretto Barolo Zonchera, Italy £61.00 Lose yourself in this soft, velvety Barolo with ripe tannins and a beguiling palate of savoury cherry and blackberry fruit. Sparkling and Champagne 125ml Glass Bottle Jeio Prosecco Valdobbiadene Brut, Italy £4.95 £25.00 Perfect Prosecco − soft, lively and tasty with pear, green apple and lemon flavours. Graham Beck Brut Rosé, South Africa £29.00 Brilliant New World Rosé that fizzes with strawberry, raspberry and redcurrant flavours. De Nauroy Brut NV £43.00 Top-notch Champagne from one of the best names in the region − a very elegant way to celebrate anything you want. Bruno Paillard Brut Premiere Cuvee NV £46.00 Superbly balanced Champagne with freshly baked bread and lemon on both nose and palate. Very impressive and excellent value. Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Yellow Label Brut NV £69.50 A big, bold Champagne with rich, toasty flavours and loads going on in the glass. Bollinger Rosé NV £89.00 Bollinger have only just released this stunning new Rosé and all the critics have been going mad for it − red cherries, raspberries, brioche and citrus make it one of the very best pink Champagnes around. Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 1999 £145.00 Beautiful bottle, beautiful Champagne. Gorgeous honeyed lemon, nuts and green apple fruit with a delicate, gentle fizz. Makes a special occasion even better. Rosé 125ml Glass Bottle Wandering Bear Zinfandel Rosé, USA £2.95 £13.50 A rich and delicious Rosé packed with sun-ripened, strawberry fruitiness. Domaine d’Astros Rosé Vin de Pays des Maures, France £3.95 £17.00 A pale Provencal pink to whisk you back to the shores of the French Riviera − dry, crisp and refreshing. Lamberti Pinot Grigio delle Venezie Blush, Italy £3.95 £17.75 A slightly sweeter style of Rosé with juicy red berry notes. Very easy to drink on a warm summer’s day. Primrose Hill Tenterden Estate Rosé, England £23.00 A traditional English rosé − cherry-pink in colour with soft cherry, rose petal, strawberry and damson fruit flavours. Pudding 75ml Glass Bottle Ceretto Moscato d’Asti Vignaioli di Santo Stefano, Italy £3.95 £17.50 Less a wine, more the utter deliciousness of crushed ripe muscat grapes. Gluggable, floral, perfumed, sherbetty, foamy, soft… the magical flavours flood out. Muscat de Beaumes de Venise Domaine de Fenouillet £3.95 £24.00 50 cl − France A classic French sweetie with aromatic orange and peach fruit. Great with fruity desserts. d’Arenberg The Vintage Fortified Shiraz 2005 37.5 cl, £3.95 £21.00 Australia An Aussie slant on vintage Port − big, rich Shiraz flavours of raspberries, blackberries, spice and liquorice. It loves a good cheeseboard. 50ml Bottle Glass Warre’s Port 1975 £5.50 £75.00 A brilliant, mature Port from way back in the psychedelic ‘70s. Smooth, spicy and rich, it would make a hedonistic finish to any meal.