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Browse our wine selection
Our wines have been chosen first and foremost because they taste good and offer great value.
Secondly we have tasted them with the menu to make sure they work well with a range of dishes.
And lastly, we’ve also prodded our suppliers for some very good value bin ends which have also been tasted for compatibility with our food. These are the last page of our wine list.
Our Starters, Mains and Desserts are all matched with wine and these matches are listed in the menu items.
Our latest Sommelier’s Notebook features two veteran wines, Treixadura and the Montes Alpha Carmenere, and two that are being introduced to our list that we really fell for at a recent tasting – Assyrtiko (our first wine from Greece) and Perricone, a rare Sicilian varietal.
We’ve also found that some of our reds benefit from a bit of extra breathing and we will be happy to decant them for you so that you can enjoy them at their best.
Please do enjoy our wines and feel free to ask if we may help with your wine choice.
From the Sommelier’s Notebook
Assyrtiko, Ktima Kir-Yianni 2018, Macedonia, Greece
Aromas of citrus, white fruits and flowers. This wine has a linear profile with mineral, stoney notes and fresh acidity, supported by a rounded mouth feel with a long-lasting finish.
Tips – This delightfully delicate wine works beautifully with creamy, aromatic light dishes – seafood, oily fish and poultry
Best Matches – Shingara – Mustard prawn – Crab bonda – Scallops – Sea bream – Monkfish tail – Chicken Chaap – Dosa
Treixadura, Ailalá-Ailalelo 2018, Ribeiro, Spain
Concentrated green spice, white flowers, peach and apricot on the nose with hints of fennel and bitter almond, lots of fresh fruit on the palate, with a soft finish.
Tips – An underrated jewel from Spain, dishes with depth of flavour, nutty flavours and aromatic spices complement this wine, especially coconut and fennel.
Best matches – Swordfish tikka – Sea bream – Beetroot cutlet – Crab bonda – Saffron and mace chicken tikka – Kasundi prawns – Chicken biryani – Chicken chaap
Perricone, Molino a Vento 2017, Sicily, Italy
A deep purple wine, with an incredibly aromatic bouquet of red berries, black pepper and sweet aromatic spices. On the palate, it is soft and elegant, with a sumptuous, persistent finish that reveals surprising notes of liquorice.
Tips – This is a real find from Sicily, a superbly versatile wine that works very well with the complex flavours of our cuisine. Takes chilli heat wonderfully, works well with dark aromatic spices and bigger flavours.
Best matches – Goat shoulder tikka – Lamb chop – Buffalo slider – Duck breast – Mutton masala – Lamb shoulder – Venison hunter curry – Chicken Chettinad – Aubergine
Carmenere, Montes Alpha 2017, Colchagua, Chile
Deep ruby red with striking violet nuances at the rim. Intense aromas of ripe red and black fruits on the nose along with jam and pastry. Toasted notes from the French oak deliver great character and complexity with a touch of vanilla and coffee.
Tips – Very versatile food wine which works well with warm Indian aromatic spices. The smokey/spicy character of Carmenere works well with robust and complex spices.
Best Matches – Goat shoulder – Lamb chops – Buffalo chapli – Chicken Chettinad – Mutton masala – Shoulder of lamb – Venison hunter curry
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