Prosecco, Crème de Cassis
Prosecco, Chambord, Raspberries
Prosecco, Cognac and a cube of Sugar
Hendrick’s Gin, Curacao, Fresh Lime Juice, Ginger Beer
Sailor Jerry, Amaretto, Cranberry Juice
Aperol, Prosecco and Soda
Absolute Vodka, Tomato Juice, Port, Lemon and Spices
Tanqueray Gin, Chambord and Lime Juice
Patron Espresso Martini
Patron Coffee Tequila, Vodka, Espresso coffee
Baileys, Creme de Menthe and Cacao
Vodka, Tia Maria, Cream
|Riondo Collezione – Extra Dry, DOC Prosecco, Italy
Aromas of white blossoms and golden delicious apples, with fresh and velvety bubbles on the palate and flavors of pear and more apple.
|Chateau Saint Thomas – Brut NV, France
Soft redcurrant notes with hints of raspberry leaf, with a lovely creamy mouthfeel.
|Pe Branco – Esporao, Portugal 2015
Pale golden colour. The bouquet is subtle with aromas of citrus and stone fruits. Dry on the palate, well-balanced, with good texture and a pleasant finish.
|Murphy’s Unoaked Chardonnay – Australia 2017
Lots of citrus, pear and hints of stone fruit with a gently creamy mouth feel.
|The Cut Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand, 2016
A fresh and aromatic mix of tropical passion-fruit with herby hints on the nose. The wine is crisp and lively in the mouth with passion-fruit, pineapple and zesty citrus.
|Cotes du Rhone White, “Regulus” – France
Inviting nose of fresh cherry, cassis and blackberry. More of the delicious fruit on the palate which is soft, supple and fresh. A wine revealing welcoming fruit expression.
|Mâcon-Peronne – Bourgogne, France 2016
Pale lemon in colour, flecked with green, this unoaked Chardonnay is delicately minerally with notes of melon and citrus. The palate is pure and clean, with a vibrant finish.
|Soave Lunardi – Italy, 2017
Fruity wine with a delightful perfume of almond blossom; fresh on the palate, smooth and bright, with nice notes of citrus and apple.
|Pouilly Fuisse – France, 2015
Barrel-fermented Chardonnay from the South end of Burgundy. Big and smooth and full-bodied without being too hefty or flabby. It is not wine for casual drinking, it begs for some decent food. Citrus fruit, nuts and vanilla with a dollop of cream.
|Chablis old vine Domaine Motte – France, 2015
100% Chardonnay, hand-harvested, with wonderful aromas of baked apple. The age of the vines has added complexity, richness and depth of flavour. This is a textured and full flavoured expression of Chablis.
|Domaine de L’Olibet Cinsault Rose – France, 2017||£4.00||£4.85||£23.50|
|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