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Sparkling Wine & Champagne 15 Pinot Grigio, Cuvée Brut, Winemakers Collection, Canaletto, Italy N.V. The bubbly version of this ever-so popular wine. Not sweet, not dry - just right. Bottle 17.50 16 “R” de Ruinart, Brut, Reims Champagne N.V. Reputedly the oldest Champagne House and certainly one favoured by the management. Bottle 38.50

Pink Wines 34 Copper Dragon Merlot Rosé, Chile 2007 This wine is as fruity as it is colourful. Bottle 11.95

125ml 2.20

175ml 3.00

35 Rioja Rosado, Bodegas Muga, Rioja - Spain 2007 Yes, you can have pink Rioja. Using Garnacha and Tempranillo red grapes with a little Viura white. Light in colour and style but full of flavour. Bottle 15.00

Selected Fine Wines


White Wines

Red Wines

1 Copper Dragon Chardonnay Chile 2007 Totally oak-free making this one of the easiest drinking wines around.

19 Copper Dragon Merlot Chile 2006/07 The Merlot grape is naturally low in tannin. It follows that this wine is soft. For Merlot - think Mellow!

Bottle 11.95

125ml 2.20

175ml 3.00

2 Copper Dragon Sauvignon Blanc Chile 2007/08 Suddenly everyone is drinking Sauvignon Blanc, and when you taste this fruity little number, you will see why. Bottle 11.95

125ml 2.20

175ml 3.00

3 Chenin Blanc, Coastal Region, Klippenkop, South Africa 2008 There is a certain richness in Chenin grapes which helps it taste less dry than it is. Bottle 12.95 4 Traminer-Riesling, Sacred Hill Australia 2007 The first Aussie wine to bear the words “medium” on the label. Using the Traminer as well as the Riesling grapes this is also a fun wine. Bottle 12.95

125ml 2.40

175ml 3.25

6 Pinot Grigio, I G T Veneto, Vallade, Italy 2007 Often imitated - never copied! Italy pioneered the popularity of this grape & deservedly so. I G T? Indicazione Geografica Tipica - of course! Bottle 14.95

125ml 2.75

175ml 3.75

8 Chardonnay, Clare Valley, Wakefield Australia 2006 The maturity moderates the oak in this well-made, classic, Australian wine. Bottle 17.75 10 Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, South Island, Tindall, New Zealand 2007/08 Class exudes from the glass in this brilliant Sauvignon produced in Marlborough - the home of fine wine.

Bottle 11.95

125ml 2.20

175ml 3.00

20 Cabernet Sauvignon, Vin de Pays d’Oc, Désiré François, France 2006/07 Country wine as the French would drink. Lots of flavour and no rough edges. Bottle 12.95 21 Shiraz, de Bortoli, Sacred Hill, Australia 2006 The Shiraz grape should produce a wine with a good balance of fruit and spice. This is good Shiraz. Bottle 12.95

125ml 2.40

175ml 3.25

23 Malbec, Tanguero, Mendoza, Finca Flichman, Argentina 2007 Tanguero Malbec has a strong personality with a soft aftertaste. Think of Merlot with just a shakin of spice. Bottle 13.95 25 Carmenère, Tekena, Requinoa, Cachapoal Valley, Anakena Chile 2006 Unique to Chile, the Carmenère grape here produces a wine which is rich and fruity with a velvety finish. Cherry red in colour with blackberry notes, pepper and chocolate aromas. Bottle 14.95

125ml 2.75

175ml 3.75

26 Rioja Tinto Joven, Bodegas Sonsierra, Spain 2007 “Joven” - young wine. As such it is not oaked - meaning you can just get on with enjoying the fruit - and there’s plenty of that!

Bottle 21.00

Bottle 14.95

12 Chablis, Domaine Séguinot Bordet, Chablis - France 2007 If having Chablis, have one from a single Domaine where the grower is the wine-maker too.

28 Pinot Noir, Vat 10, Deen de Bortoli, Australia 2006 Smooth and almost silky, this fuller styled Pinot has a lot of appeal.

Bottle 22.50

125ml 2.75

175ml 3.75

Bottle 16.50 30 Côte-de-Beaune Villages, Louis Latour, Burgundy - France 2004/05 A fine Burgundy produced by one of the best known wine names in France. Bottle 25.00

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