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Below are a selection of wines selected by our sommelier to enhance your event, we can also source your favourite wine should it not be on our list

White Wine List

2010 De Chansac Sauvignon Blanc, IGP Cotes de Gascogne, France
Works well for all occasions, forward ripe flavours of lemon and passion fruit.

2010 Pehhcora Pecorino, IGP Terre di Chieti, Abruzzi, Italy
Something new and really exciting knocks Pinot Grigio off its inflated pedestal.
Masses of ripe tropical fruit with clean refreshing finish.

2009 Tahbilk, Marsanne, Nagambie Lakes, Victoria
Exotic fruit with a touch of spice, the innovative grape variety which thrives
in the heat of Australia. A wonderful wine for fish.

2009 Bacchus, Vineyard Select, Denbies Wine Estate, Surrey
Made by a New Zealander in the heart of Surrey. Grassy with refined white
pepper and crisp clean finish to the wine.

2009 Vergelegen Chardonnay Reserve, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Among the very best new world Chardonnay’s. If you love your white Burgundy
try this, all it is hot vintage Burgundy!

2010 Bellbird Spring, Block 8 Sauvignon Blanc, Waipara Valley,
As most versions of NZ Sauvignon become increasingly boring, Guy Porter has
taken a different route. This is more akin to Pouilly Fume, if want real true Sauvignon
then this is a must for you!

2008 Meursault, Coeur de Roches, Fréderic Magnien, Burgundy
A beautifully fruit driven Meursault without the heavy oaked edged that many
producers can give wines from this famed village.

2008 Chablis Grand Cru, ‘Valmur’, Domaine Louis Moreau, Chablis
Elegant and sophisticated wine, with a beautiful butter rounded finish;
A grand wine for grand dishes.

Rosé Wine List

2010 Gavoty Tradition Rosé, Domaine Gavoty, Côtes de Provence
Found in every restaurant of Alan Ducasse around the world, this stunning 
Provence rosé is ideal for any summer event.

2010 Sancerre Rosé, Domaine Serge Laloue, Loire Valley
Wonderfully subtle and elegant, this Sancerre rosé is perfect with sushi.


Red Wine List

2010 De Chansac Carignan, Old Vines, IGP de l'Herault, France
Soft and pure red fruit flavours, no hard edges, a great all-rounder.

2007 Lirac Rouge, Via Secréta, Château Le Devoy Martine, Rhône
Rare to find such modern winemaking but still keeping the spirit of French
panache and elegance, a show stopping wine.

2009 Poggio Colombi, IGT Toscana Maremma, Italy
If you love your Cabernets, then this is a must for you. Already highly praised by
UK critics, this is a wine that is among the new breed of superb Italian red wines
hitting our shores!

2009 Hunter's Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand
Jane Hunter creates a delightful Pinot Noir with clean raspberry flavours
and gentle oaking.

2006 Hollick Cabernet/Merlot, Coonawarra, South Australia
Masses of ripe red berry fruit packing a serious but elegant punch, a wine to
be enjoyed with finest beef dish.

2009 Côte de Nuits Villages, 'Aux Faulques', Domaine Millot
Owner and winemaker Jean Marc makes awe inspiring Pinot Noir from this
single vineyard; only producing 16 barrels a year, a wine to make you fall in
love with red burgundy!

2005 Marques de Vargas, Reserva, Rioja, Spain
Superb benchmark Reserva Rioja, well structured, fruit-driven and stylish.


2008 Mendel Unus, Malbec/Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza, Argentina
One of Argentina top wines, Polished and forward, with dark blueberry and
blackberry fruit flavours spread over ripe, round tannins and followed by a long
finish tinged with chocolate and liquorice

Sparkling Wine & Champagne

N.V. Arcobello Prosecco, Vino Spumante, DOC Treviso, Italy
Soft ripe peach and apple flavours, a wonderful starting point for any event.

N.V. Laytons Brut Reserve, Reims, Champagne
Made exclusively by Maison Burtin, a subsidiary of Lanson. A creamy dry
texture, high quality house fizz.

2006 Nyetimber Classic Cuvee, Nyetimber Vineyard, W Sussex
This famed English sparkling wine, has certainly had the press and the champagne
world flocking to find the secrets of Nyetimber success. Simply great fruit and
great wine making!

N.V. Laurent Perrier, Tours sur Marne, Champagne
This non-vintage Champagne is composed of 45% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot
Noir and 15% Meunier. It is a very toasty style that is not heavy, great canapé
reception Champagne.

2005 Georges Vesselle grand Cru Brut, Bouzy, Champagne
This small family run house is made from 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay.
This vintage champagne shows the huge potential outside the so called ‘Grand Marque’ houses.

N.V. Ruinart Rosé, Reims, Champagne
Quality sings out from every glass of this rosé, perfect on its own or with food. 
This needs to sip and savored.

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