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WINE LIST 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Welcome to the Wee Restaurant Wine List

The selection that follows has been chosen to reflect the diversity of fruit, style and regions that the world of wines has to offer. Most of the wines on our list are produced by independent wine growers and we feel their individualities complement the style of our cuisine. Each wine has excited us during tasting and we are sure that you will enjoy drinking them too. 
 



 l’Art du Vin is an independent wine merchant founded in 2007 by fine wine ambassadors Philippe Larue, Richard Bouglet and Edward Bowen. Conceived out of their passion for fine food and wine, the Fife based company is one of Scotland’s leading wine merchants offering a diverse, world-class portfolio of international wines. l’Art du Vin’s philosophy is to supply quality wines made with integrity and uniqueness of origin whilst being true to environmental and ethical issues. They are champions of independent producers and provenance and passion remain at the heart of the l’Art du Vin business.
 
 l'Art du Vin has won the International Wine Challenge Scottish Merchant 
 of the Year 2012 award and is acknowledged as one of Scotland's leading
 wine merchants.


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Sparkling and Champagne

Vintage

Bottle


Italy

Prosecco dei Colli Trevigiani, Vallis Mereni, Brut Frizzante 11% vol
 Made in Veneto in the North East of Italy, famous for Pinot Grigio, this is a delicious sparkling wine, full of refreshing green apples and elderflower. The perfect aperitif.

NV

£25

France

Half Bottle - Alain Thiénot, Brut , Reims 12.5% vol

NV

£25

France

Alain Thiénot, Brut , Reims 12.5% vol
 Citrus, pain grillé, mint and flowers are some of the nuances that emerge from this fresh, fragrant Champagne

NV

£45

France

Brut Rosé NV, Alain Thiénot, Reims 12.5% vol Strawberry, candied cherry and citrus notes are allied to a vibrant structure in this elegant rosé.

NV

£50

France

Ruinart R Brut, Reims 12% vol
 R de Ruinart is the epitome of freshness and balance with generous proportions of Chardonnay (40%), Pinot Noir (50 to 55%), and Pinot Meunier (5 to 10%).

NV

£55

France

Pol Roger Brut Reserve, Epernay 12.5% vol
 Tiny, long lasting bubbles and a crisp, refreshing palate demonstrate the true quality. Winston Churchill’s favourite.

NV

£60

France

Ruinart Rose Brut, Reims 12.5% vol
 Intense, fruity and aromatic. The nose is fresh and subtle, ripe with cherry and freshly picked red berries, followed by a splash of flowers and spicy notes.

NV

£65

France

Dom Perignon 12.5% Almond and Honey on the nose with a biscuity brioche palate. An infamous wine for all the right reasons.

2003

£150

125ml Glass

£9


Rosé

Bottle

175ml Glass

250ml
 Glass

£6.50

£8.50

France

Côtes du Rhône Samorens Rosé, Domaine Ferraton, Rhône 13.5%vol 09/10
 With its bright pink color, Cuvee Samorens Rosé spells pleasure and easy drinking. Fine scents of red berries add to the overall enjoyment of this Grenache/Syrah blend and make it the perfect accompaniment to summer foods.

£21.50

France

Organic Rosé ‘Lo Bartas’ , Domaine Bassac, Languedoc 12.5% vol 2012 This rosé is totally fruit driven, with soft red berries and spicy characteristics, it is also balanced by good acidity. Delicious!

£23.50

France

Sancerre Rosé, Domaine Yves Martin, Loire 13% vol 2011
 A Pinot Noir Rose from the Sancerre terroir displaying fairly full, lush crushed strawberry fruit and a deliciously fresh mouthfeel.

£32


Champagne Half Bottle France

Alain Thiénot, Brut , Reims 12.5% vol
 Citrus, pain grillé, mint and flowers are some of the nuances that emerge from this fresh, fragrant Champagne.

White Half Bottles


 Vintage


 ½ Bottle

NV

£25


 Vintage


 ½ Bottle

France

Chablis, Domaine Gerard Tremblay, Burgundy 12.5% vol 
 Gerard Tremblay is one of the top 10 producers in Chablis and is highly respected for his ability to express the terroir of its wines. Dry and crisp, with subtle fruit flavours of pear and citrus fruits, typical long mineral finish.

2011

£18

Germany

Riesling Estate, Dr Loosen, Mosel 8.5% vol Mouth-tingling peach fruit and delicious citrus flavours. A pure expression of Riesling in an off dry-styled wine.

2010

£18


France

Sancerre, Domaine Yves Martin, Loire 13.5% vol Based in Chavignol which is one of the best sites in Sancerre and is also known for its small goat cheese called “Crotin”. Fresh and zesty with soft lime and lemon characters.

2011

£18

France

Pouilly Fume, Jonathan Pabiot, Loire 12.5% vol
 Complex, top notch Pouilly Fumé with subtle lingering flavours. A wine that is much in demand.

2011

£18

Spain

Albarino, Abadia de San Campio, Rias Baixas 12.5% vol
 The wine has an intense aromatic nose of citrus fruits with delicate floral undertones.

2011

£18


 Vintage


 ½ Bottle

Red Half Bottles

France

Côtes du Rhône, Domaine Chapoton, Rhône 14% vol The Cote du Rhone Chapoton is a blend of Syrah and Grenache and shows notes of spice and black pepper along with fresh dark fruits.

2011

£18

Spain

Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Altanza, Rioja DO 13.5% vol Here is a soft, fruity and very approachable Rioja, with notes of sour cherry and toasty oak, from a modern Bodega.

2010

£18

Italian

Barbera d’Alba Ruvei, Marchesi di Barolo, Piedmont 13.5% vol
 This Barbera has a lovely nose of warm cherries and spice. An ideal match for red meats.

2009

£18


White Wine

Bottle

175ml Glass

250ml
 Glass

South Africa

Chenin Blanc, Cannonberg, Western Cape 13% vol 2012 A zesty upfront wine in true New World style. Lime and grapefruit are much in evidence on the nose. The palate is fuller and rounder with white peach, lychee and crisp green apple.

£17.50

£5.50

£7.50

Spain

Verdejo, Canto Real, Rueda 13%Vol 2012
 If you fancy a change from Sauvignon Blanc but like the fruity, fresh, zesty character you get, look no further than Verdejo from Rueda.

£18.50

£6.00

£8.00

France

Sauvignon Blanc, Terres des Olivettes, VDP d’Oc 12.5% vol 2011
 An award winning Sauvignon from the heart of the Languedoc. Crisp, zesty and full of citrus fruit.

£19.50

£6.50

£8.50

Italy

Pinot Grigio, Tre Fili, Veneto 12% vol 2011
 A refined nose of pears and peaches is followed by a complex palate and a long nutty finish.

£20.50

France

Picpoul de Pinet Cuvee Prestige, Domaine des Lauriers, Languedoc 13% vol 2012
 Crisp with floral and citrus fruit flavours. Vines grow near the famous Etang de Thau oyster beds.

£22.50

France

Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine sur Lie, Haute-Carizière, Loire 12%vol 2011
 Classic refreshing Muscadet with extra lift from ‘sur lie’ ageing. A truly great wine with our Mussels !

£23.50

Spain

Rioja Blanco, Bodegas Altanza, Rioja DO 13% vol 2011 A new style of Rioja Blanco made with 100% Sauvignon Blanc, exhibiting superb greengage and gooseberry fruit with a very fresh finish.

£24.50

France

Macon Chaintre, Dominique Cornin, Burgundy 13%vol 2008
 Irresistibly drinkable – the lovely, understated bouquet and flavours of Chardonnay in the true French manner. Produced by one of the area’s most respected and skilled producers.

£26.50

France

Petit Chablis, Domaine de la Meuliere, Burgundy 12% vol 2011
 This is textbook Petit Chablis – full fruit with a steely mineral finish.

£28.50


New Zealand

Sauvignon Blanc, Mud House, Marlborough 13% vol 2012
 Grapefruit on the nose and palate, with a dollop of passion fruit, lime and hints of pineapple.

£29.50

France

Sancerre, Domaine Yves Martin, Loire 13% vol 2012
 Based in Chavignol which is one of the best sites in Sancerre and is also known for its small goat cheese called “Crotin”. Fresh and zesty with soft lime and lemon characters.

£32.00


White Wine cont.

Bottle

New Zealand

Dry Riesling, Little Beauty, Marlborough 12.5% vol 2010
 I am proudly Kiwi and I am a little Beauty bursting with fresh lime and honeysuckle flavours.

£34.00

Spain

Albarino, Abadia de San Campio, Rias Baixas 12.5% vol 2011
 The maritime climate here means that the Albarino grape benefits from the cooling influence of the Atlantic Ocean, allowing a vivacious acidity and primary fruit flavours. The wine has an intense aromatic nose of citrus fruits with delicate floral undertones.

£36.00

France

Pouilly Fuisse, Domaine Dominique Cornin, Burgundy 13% vol 2011 Benefiting from soil rich in minerals, this is a complex Chardonnay with a long, wellintegrated finish of vanilla-oak.

£38.00

France

Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume, Gilles and Nathalie Fevre, Burgundy 13% vol 2011
 Typically Chablis-like nose of tidal pool hints, green fruit and wet stone gives way to notably rich and generous flavours that remain very fresh and vibrant.

£42.00

France

Meursault, Domaine Henri Delagrange, Burgundy 13% vol 2009
 Village Meursault has notes of citrus and green apple that is rounded out with a touch of oak and buttery notes.

£54.00


Red Wine

Bottle

175ml Glass

250ml
 Glass

Spain

Tempranillo, Karri Kiri, Navarra 13.5%vol 2012
 Soft, easy-drinking style with ripe plum and cherry fruit and a light spicy finish.

£17.50

£5.50

£7.50

South Africa

Cabernet Sauvignon, Cannonberg, Western Cape, 14% vol 2011
 The nose of cherries, cloves and nutmeg are complemented by ripe raspberry and plum. The palate is well-balanced and full of black fruit.

£18.50

£6.00

£8.00

Chile

Merlot Estate, De Martino, Maipo Valley 13.5%vol 2010
 Gorgeous aromas of warm ganache and mocha lead to a rich, velvety palate loaded with currant, fig paste, black licorice, cassis bush and bramble notes.

£19.50

£6.50

£8.50

Chile

Malbec, Montes, Colchagua Valley 14% vol 2011 Ripe black cherries and dark chocolate are balanced by the spices provided by the oak ageing.

£21.50

France

Château Mayne Graves, Bordeaux 13% vol 2011 Voted by the Times as one of the top 100 wines in 2008, made from 100% Merlot, this Bordeaux Superieur has spent 10 months in oak and displays plum jam and chewy black fruit flavours.

£22.50

Spain

Rioja Capitoso, Bodegas Altanza, Rioja DO 13.5%vol 2011
 This Rioja is all about toast, woodsmoke and dark black berries.

£23.50

Italy

Primitivo, Spina di Bacco, Salento 13.5%vol 2011
 Primitivo is one of Southern Italy's leading red grapes and has a concentrated mouthful of black cherries, stewed fruits and spice.

£24.50

Spain

Ribera del Duero Roble, Mesoneros de Castilla 14% vol 2010
 A Spanish red of brute force, this powerful wine shows a deep colour, ripe aromas of plum and prune and plenty of chocolate and toasty oak flavours.

£25.50

France

Organic Côtes du Rhône La Chapelle, Domaine Duseigneur, Rhône 14%vol 2010
 Made by the former world’s best sommelier under strict biodynamic rules. Bursting with exotic red berry aromatics, and notes of provencal herb & liquorice.

£27.50


Australia

Shiraz, Franklin Tate, Margaret River13.7%vol 2010
 Everything you expect from a quality Australian Shiraz: big, spicy, complex and packed with ultra ripe berry fruits.

ÂŁ28.50


Red Wine cont.

Bottle

Italy

Barbera d’Alba Ruvei, Marchesi di Barolo, Piedmont 13% vol 2010
 This Barbera has a lovely nose of warm cherries and spice. An ideal match for red meats. Medium bodied and very soft.

£29.50

Austria

Velvet, Pittnauer, Burgenland 13%vol NV
 Made biodynamically in Eastern Austria's Burgenland, this red blend brings a mix of dark brambly fruit, blackberry and cassis.

£32.00

France

Pinot Noir, Domaine Didier Delagrange, Burgundy 13%vol 2011
 Absolutely bursting with ripe cherries, crushed strawberries and raspberries, this wine is well structured, has ripe tannins and a spicy finish. Delicious!

£34.00

South Africa

Syrah, The Foundry, Cape of Good Hope 14.5%vol 2007 Racy, with enticing boysenberry and raspberry fruit set off by a graphite underpinning. Juicy finish shows a floral flash before the fruit returns for an encore. Only 250 cases imported into the UK.

£36.00

Spain

Rioja Gran Reserva, Bodegas Altanza, Rioja Do 13.5% vol 2005
 Three years of maturation in oak casks have produced a wine which is robust and powerful.

£40.00

Margaux , Château Mille Roses 13% vol 2008 One of the more modern-styled wines from the appellation of Margaux, always with a prominent overlay of toasty new oak, espresso roast, and sweet black fruits.

£46.00

Amarone della Valpolicella Acinatico, Stephano Accordini Veneto 16% 2008 Aromas of freshly picked cherries with notes of sour cherry, vanilla and an agreeable trace of spiciness

£60.00

France

Italy


Dessert Wine

Vintage

Bottle


Glass


375ml

75ml

France

L’Ancienne Cure, Montbazillac 13% vol Typical grapefruit and lime flavours are balanced by good acidity, and a long spicy finish.

2010

£23.75

£6.75

France

Banyuls, Les Clos de Paulilles, Roussillon 16% vol
 A deep, intense wine with layers of flavours, ranging from cooked plums and dark berry fruits to chocolate and spice. The finish is long, lingering and clean.

2009

£25.75

Port

Fonseca - In no Port house is the inherited tradition of winemaking skill and knowledge more evident than at Fonseca Guimaraens, where the wines have been made by the same family since its foundation in 1822. The Fonseca Guimaraens house style is one of richness and warmth, with a lush fruit intensity and a structure of both dimension and finesse. More voluptuous than massive, Fonseca Ports are coveted for their sumptuous yet refined body and great longevity. 1996

50ml

£6.75

La Gitana Manzanilla, Hidalgo

N.V

50ml

£5.50

Pedro Ximenez, Hidalgo

N.V

50ml

£5.50

N.V

35ml

£6.25

Fonseca Vintage

Sherry

Hidalgo is a long-established bodega in Sanlúcar, with its origins in the 18th Century. The Hidalgo family moved from northern Spain to Andalucia at that time, and established a salina for the production of salt. The family only entered the Sherry business in 1792, when José Pantaleón Hidalgo acquired a bodega from his father-in-law. Since that time the business has remained a family concern, passed through six generations. Keeping the operation small has allowed the family to maintain control and to favour the production of quality wines over quantity.

Calvados

Berneroy The distillery holds and matures a large stock of Calvados between 10 and 25 years old. Careful attention through the ageing period produces very round and rich with hints of fruit and spice. Berneroy n°8


Armagnac

Baron de Sigognac holds one of the most important stocks of old vintages in the whole Armagnac Region. These vintage Armagnacs are left to mature in local oak casks and their alcohol strength reduces naturally to about 40%, after 40 to 50 years.

Vintage

Glass

Bas Armagnac

1978

35ml

£7.75

Hennessy Cognac, X.O

N.V

35ml

£10.00

Cognac

Drinks List Soft Drinks

Spirits

35ml

Apple Juice

£2.00

Gordons Gin

£4.00

Appletiser

£2.00

Edinburgh Gin

£5.00

Orange Juice

£2.00

Smirnoff Vodka

£4.00

Tomato Juice

£2.00

Bailie Nicol Jarvie Whisky

£4.00

Cola/ Diet Cola

£2.00

Vermouth Martini Extra Dry

£4.00

Lemonade

£2.00

Pernod Pastis

£4.00

Tonic/Soda

£2.00

Ginger Beer

£2.00

Mixers

£0.50


Digestifs Brandy

£4.50

Liqueurs

35ml

Baileys

£3.75

Tia Maria

£3.75

Cointreau

£3.75

Drambuie

£3.75

Specially Brewed & Bottled

Glayva

£3.75

Dunfermline Ale

Amaretto

£3.75

Grand Marnier

£3.75

Water Glenlivet Spring Water

£3.75

Sparkling/Still 75cl

Beer “DE BRUS” Blond Ale 500ml

£5.00

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