Prosecco, Ca’Degli Ermellini, Veneto, Italy NV, 11%
A nose of pear, blossom and peach. A slight dryness and acidity is married with tastes echoing the nose.

Champagne, Yannick Prevoteau Carte d’Or Brut, Champagne, France NV, 12%
Holds depth and complexity with a well-rounded palate, good fruit and a fine mousse.

Bollinger, Special Cuvée, Champagne, France NV, 12%
The nose opens up with green apple and yeasts. A firm palate follows with impeccable acidity.

Laurent-Perrier, Cuvée Rosé, Champagne, France NV, 12%
Lively and well-rounded wine combining structure and a lasting impression of freshness.


La Bastille Ugni Blanc Colombard, Pays d’Oc, France 2015, 10.5%
A fruity, easy-drinking wine. Crisp with green apple and citrus fruits.

Pinot Grigio, Allamanda, Pavia, Italy 2016, 12%
A smooth, light Pinot Grigio. Light in body, with subtle citrus fruit flavours.

Chardonnay, Emiliana, Valle Casablanca, Chile 2014, 13.5%
A fresh, well-balanced unoaked chardonnay. Tropical fruit hits and good length.

Chablis, Albert Bichot, Bourgogne, France 2015, 12.5%
Racy freshness round up by the so ripeness of the vintage.

White Bordeaux, Château Haut-Grelot, Bordeaux, France 2016, 12.5%
A refreshing summery and fruity wine with vibrant acidity and grassy aromas.

Pinot Blanc, Trimbach, Alsace, France 2015, 13%
A classic Pinot Blanc, firm structure with lemon fruits and a backbone of minerality.

Saint-Véran, Louis Latour, Bourgogne, France 2015, 13%
Lively and fruity. A wine with great character.

Dry Muscat, Trimbach, Alsace, France 2014, 12.5%
Bone-dry with an intensely-scented grapey nose. High notes of lemon and blossom.

Sancerre, Le Chéne du Roy, Loire, France 2016, 12.5%
Shows a generous, ripe fruit character with significant dryness and crispness.

Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Seguin, Loire, France 2015, 13%
This sauvignon blanc shows great ripeness and minerality with good acidity.

Puligny Montrachet, Domaine Alain Chavy, Bourgogne, France 2014, 13%
Burs ng with ripe tropical fruit characters, balanced citrus acidity and spicy oak.


Grenache Rosé, Preignes, Pays d’Oc, France 2015, 12.5%
A classic, crisp and dry rosé burs ng with oral notes.

L’Oratoire Saint Andrieu, Côtes-de-Provence, France 2015, 13.5%
Ripe while fresh, raspberry and redcurrant flavours dominate, along with a touch of pepper.


Merlot, La Place, Pays D’Oc, France 2016, 13.5%
A light red wine with slight fruitness, displaying classic unoaked varietal characters.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Norte Chico, Valle Central, Chile 2015, 12.5%
Smooth easy-drinking medium bodied Cabernet with ripe blackcurrant fruit and good length.

Tempranillo & Syrah, Castillo Ladera, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain 2015, 13.5%
A fruity yet versatile red. Bright cherry and red fruit flavours with a so rounded finish.

Shiraz, The Stump Jump, McLaren Vale, Australia 2014, 14.3%
Nose full of fresh blackberries and dark chocolate. A palate sprinkled with ripe red fruits and a twist of black pepper.

Alain Jaume, Réserve Grand Veneur, Côtes du Rhône, France 2015, 14%
The nose gives fresh berries and spices coupled with silky-smooth tannins and touches of liquorice and pepper.

Hazaña Viñas Viejas, Rioja, Spain 2014, 13%
A beau fully elegant Rioja with a rich flavour of black and red currants and so tannins.

Malbec, Cèdre Héritage, Cahors, France 2014, 13%
Packed with black fruits and firm tannins. A deep richness to come with structure, wood ageing flavours and density.

Pic Saint Loup, Bergerie de L’Hortus, Coteaux de Languedoc, France 2015, 13%
A core of blackcurrant and a spiciness while the acidity and very fine tannin provide the wine its structure.

Pinot Noir, Urlar, Gladstone, New Zealand 2014, 14.5%
Flavours of sweet dark plums intermingled with savoury notes and exotic spices.

Château la Gorce, Bordeaux-Médoc, France 2012, 13.5%
Tight tannins sit over notes of tart red fruits and bitter chocolate flavours. Opening up over me from the smoother mouthfeel to a clean finish.

Château Gaudin, Bordeaux-Pauillac, France 2008, 13%
Firm and silky texture with notes of blackcurrant and cedar box on the nose.


Chateau de la Roulerie, Coteaux du Layon, Loire, France 2015, 11%
Luscious and well balanced. Blood orange, ginger and peach aromas linger on the palate

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