Prosecco, Crème de Cassis
Prosecco, Martini Bianco, Lime
Prosecco, Aperol, Soda
Hendrick’s Gin, Chambord, Soda Water & Raspberries
Absolute Vodka, Tomato Juice, Lemon and Spices
Tanqueray Gin, Chambord and Lemon Juice & Soda Water
Patron Espresso Martini
Patron Coffee Tequila, Vodkaor Vanilla Vodka, Espresso coffee
Baileys, Creme de Menthe and Cacao
Vodka, Tia Maria, Cream
|Riondo Collezione – DOC Prosecco, Italy
Aromas of white blossoms and golden apples with fresh and velvety bubbles
|Chateau Saint Thomas – Brut NV, France
Soft redcurrant notes with hints of raspberry leaf, with a lovely creamy mouthfeel.
|Pe Branco – Esporao, Portugal
Aromas of citrus and stone fruits. Dry on the palate and a pleasant finish.
|Murphy’s Unoaked Chardonnay – Australia
Lots of citrus, pear and hints of stone fruit with a gently creamy mouth feel.
|Kotuku, Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand
This wine is all about acidity. Each sip gets your salivary glands going, cleansing and stimulating. Your palate for the next bite of food
|Cotes du Rhone White, “Regulus” – France
Fruit expression of cherry, cassis and blackberry
|Mâcon-Peronne – Bourgogne, France
Unoaked Chardonnay with notes of melon and citrus.
|Soave Lunardi – Italy
Fruity with perfume of almond blossom. Freshand smooth on the palate with notes of citrus and apple.
|Le Havre de Paix, Cotes de Gascogne, France
Soft, fruity and very easy to drink. Sauvignon blanc and Colombard
|Chablis old vine Domaine Motte – France
100% Chardonnay, with aromas of baked apple.
|Vigneti Radica, Terre di Chieti Italy
Fruity aroma with citrus and exotic nuances blend in delicate notes of flowers
|Alba Vega, Albarino – Spain
Fresh and intense aromas of fruit and flowers
|Domaine de L’Olibet Cinsault Rose – France
Fresh bags of summer berry fruit and citrussy zing
|Vigneti Radica, Terre di Chieti Italy
Fruity aroma with exotic nuances, supple and delicate taste
|Murphy Shiraz – Australia, 2016
Soft, smoky, fruity style of Shiraz showing plum and berry fruit, elegant spicy oak and hints of licorice.
|St Martin Reserve Pinot Noir – France, 2016
Cheery, cherry-fruited, juicy little red that verily brittles down your throat without a backward glance.
|Los Haroldos Chacabuco – Malbec, Argentina, 2017
Juicy and bright with lots of berry fruit, hints of raisin and soft tannins.
|Domaine de Bagnoles, Coteaux de Peyriac – France, 2015
You will love the red fruit flavours and the hint of mint providing a round, balanced palate, enhanced by elegant tannins.
|Domaine d’Aubaret Merlot, Languedoc – France, 2015
Aromas of red fruit jam and violet flowers develop into wood and spice on the palate which is round and supple.
|Château de Bagnoles Majelus, Cabardés – 2015, France
Aromas of blackberry, liquorice and vanilla. Full bodied with great structure and a long, aromatic finish.
|Tullum Rosso, Montepulciano – Italy, 2015
A fruity and floral wine. Hints of berries and wild cherry. The palate is round, balanced and very persistent.
|Le Nain Violet – Domaine Pertuisane, France
“All of the samples have a deep and rich color, terrific aromatics, notable purity and a supple, sexy, full-bodied style that’s going to drink nicely right out of the gate.” – Jeb Dunnock – The Wine Advocate (April 2017)
|La Quercia Barbera D’Asti DOCG Superiore – Italy, 2015
This wine is deep ruby red in colour with a very intense and persistent bouquet of woodlands mingled with roses, violets and a hint of spice. This wine has a complex structure and is full and smooth, with notes of red berries.
|Eduardo Garrido García Gran Reserva – Spain, 2007
Aromas of cherry, cassis and raisin come with a mature, floral accent. This feels crisp and borderline raw. Flavors of tobacco, cherry and red plum are spicy and finish long, dry and fresh.
|Valpolicella Ripasso Castelforte – Italy, 2011
Take juicy Valpol and pour over the rich, alcohol-heavy, macerated raisin-y mess left after you’ve racked off the Amarone once fermented. Leave for a bit for added oomph and then bottle, Et Viola as they say in Venice… possibly.
|Castelforte Amarone della Valpolicella – Italy, 2014
A long, slow fermentation and minimum 18 month aging in large oak give this dry, full-bodied red wine a deep garnet red colour, a complex bouquet of cinnamon, cherry jam and walnut and a palate of ripe black cherry fruit with notes of vanilla and coffee on the finish.
|Primitivo Sasseo Masseria – 2015, Italy
Sasseo Primitivo Salento IGT is vivid ruby-red in colour with purple shadings. An intense and distinct aroma of jam-like ripe, red and black fruit. A very warm, silky and almost dense flavour, rich in varietal and territorial sensations.
|Urban, Ribera del Duero – 2014
This outstanding wine comes from Ribera Del Duero one of the finest wine regions in Spain. A deep, dark colour with red cherry and hints of cinnamon produce a quite remarkable wine. Real concentration but well balanced with fine tannins and a long finish.
|Luddite Shiraz – South Africa, 2013
17,000 bottles made. People who love this wine would hate to see it change, and who am I to argue with such success? I wouldn’t mind a bit more freshness, but it’s a broad-chested, figgy, incense and iodine-scented red with lots of chocolatey tannins and a richly alcoholic finish.
|Chateau Labarrade, Malbec – France, 2016
Cahors. Suspiciously cheap for a tip-top Cahors with decent bottle age. Big, tough but flirty (reminds me of a certain ex-girlfriend). Dive in, my friends.
|St Emilion Grand Cru Terrace – 2014, France
80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc. Cedery, soft, complex, mellow, smooth and stunning value. Claret doesn’t get much better than this. Complex aromas burst through, refined sleek oak overlaying herbaceous dark fruits and a savoury iron background. Black plums and cherries dominate the spicy cocoa palate, with crystalline minerality and a long, confident, peppery, finish.
Espresso – £1.90
Double Espresso – £2.20
Americano – £2.20
Cappuccino – £2.80
Latte – £2.50
Macchiato – £2.20
Mocha – £2.80
Flat White – £2.70
Breakfast Tea – £2.60
Earl Grey – £2.60
Gunpowder Green Tea – £2.50
Masala Chai – £2.60
Rooibos Organic – £2.60
Peppermint – £2.40
Lemongrass & Marigold – £2.40
Hot Chocolate – £2.80
Irish Coffee – £5.95
French Coffee – £5.95
Gaelic Coffee – £5.95
Jamaican Coffee – £5.95
Calypso Coffee – £5.95
Baileys Latte – £5.95