Our Wines

Here is a selection of our favourite wines:

White Wines

Altyerre Dry White, 2010

South Eastern Australia (12.5%)
Aussie wine as it should be - fresh, fruity and fun, perfect for the great summer weather we always have in this country.

Viognier, 2010

Vin de Pays D'Oc, Patriache Pere et Fils, France (12.5%)
This has the serious "wow" factor. A dry floral wine, a knockout which has changed my thought about French wines. - It is going to be popular with the local soaks - so join the wet parade.

Verdejo/Viura, 2009

Vega de la Reina, Rueda, Spain (12.5%)
Elegance radiates out of this little gem, - classic Spanish white grapes create a very sophisticated stylish glass of wine.

Pinot Grigio, 2010

I.G.T Veneto, Fossalta di Piave, Italy (12.0%)
This is an exceptional wine with a fresh, fruity bouquet. A dry, fruity wine with a very fresh but gentle acidity.

Chardonnay, 2010

Cutler Crest, California, U.S.A. (13.0%)
I always thought that California and lower end priced wines did not go hand in hand, but here I am proved wrong again. Fruit city in a bottle, even if you are ABC try this, you too might change your mind.

Sauvignon Blanc, 2011

Franschoek Cellar, Coastal Region, South Africa (13.5%)
This wine is superb, dry white with loads of tropical fruit and a sumptuous finish. It is on the Harrods wine list as well, so must be half decent, we certainly think so - especially Jane!!



Red Wines

Tempranillo, 2010

Covinas, Requena, Spain (12.5%)
This is our new pocket-rocket red. Fires a fine red explosion - from a new wine supplier We await your feed back.

Altyerre Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon , N.V.

Altyerre Wines, South Eastern Australia (13.5%)
A gutsy earthy affair - the red grape juice will warm you from the top to the bottom.

Cabernet Sauvignon, 2009

Poco Mas, Central Valley, Chile (13.5%)
The not-so-new boy on the red block. This smooth fruity red brings great velvety depth and will wobble many a sturdy leg in the coming months.

Grenache/Carigan/Merlot, N.V.

Richelieu Bush Vine, Pays d'Herault, Reunis, France (12.0%)
This is smooth and subtle ( like me - NOT!) - a vin de pays on Tim's list a surprise, yes, but this soft fruit based wine is worth it!



Champagne

Pol Roger 'White Foil' Brut, NV

Epernay, Champagne, France (Bottle Only)
An extremely elegant, dry Champagne for those special occasions



Rose

Pinotage Rose, 2011

Millberg Cellars, Paarl, South Africa (13.5%)
Rose is the reason that summer was invented. This is rose petals in a bottle, mixed with a bit of alcoholic grape juice - they make a great team.