It might appear a bit bonkers, but that’s half the fun, there are over 300 wines,
more than 200 grape varieties from forty plus countries, the quandary is, if we
don’t list them, you can’t try them – so let’s be a bit bonkers.

All are farmed sustainably, most organically a good deal biodynamically
and much with minimal intervention.

They’ve been grouped by style which we hope is helpful, and added notes
on grape varieties where it’s not obvious.

The list by the glass will change every week and if there is something you’d like
by the 500ml carafe (except anything over £100), we’ll open it – on a simple equation
of 2/3rds the full list price.

Vintages are subject to change, please ask staff for more information


Porthos; Plundering the Cardinals wagon, “Champagne?”
Athos; “We’re in the middle of a chase, Porthos”
Porthos: “You’re right – something red.”

Prosecco Superiore, Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, Frassinelli – Italy 40
2017 Cava, Terrers, Recaredo Gran Reserva Brut Nature – Alt Penedes, Spain 63
NV Vouvray Brut, Domaine Champalou – Loire, France 64
NV Champagne Gallimard, Blanc de Noirs, Cuvée Réserve, Brut – Aube, les Riceys, France 87
NV Harrow and Hope Brut Reserve No 8 – Marlow, England 89
NV Champagne Veuve Fourny, 1er Cru, Blanc de Blanc, Extra Brut, Vertus – France 109
NV Champagne Val Frison Goustan Brut Nature – Cote des Bars, France 156
2009 Champagne Marie Courtin Indulgence – Cote des Bars, France 250
NV Champagne Laurent-Perrier, Blanc de Blancs, Brut Nature – France 250

C I D E R S, P E R R I E S & C I D E R K I N S [750ml]

Eric Bordelet, Normandie, France
One of the most famous cider producers in the world, making complex, elegant sparkling bottle-fermented vintage ciders from old apple and ancient pear trees.
2021 Sydre Brut (5.5%) 30
2021 Poire Granit (4%) 67
Pomme ed Vin – Based on the Italian tradition of Cider made with the addition of grape skins.
NV Perfect Strangers Sparkling Cider, Charlie Herring – Lymington, England (7.5%) 66
Tim Phillips works organically, this blend of 95% wild apples 5% Shiraz from South Africa.

Little Pomona Orchard & Cidery, Herefordshire, England
James and Susanna Forbes, making an incredible range of ciders, perries, pet nats and ciderkins, from heritage apples, pears and other fruit.

NV Table Cider (6.8%) 27
NV Table Perry (7%) 32
2019 Old Man & The Bee (7.7%) 41
2019 Art of Darkness (7.2%) 40
2019 Glad to be Plaid (7.8%) 41
2020 Do It Puritan Quince (7%) 47
2021 To Boldly Go (7.6%) 52
2019 Harvest Cider (7%) 40
2021 Throne Farm Perry (6.7%) 42
2021 Bright Lights (7.3%) 42
2020 Wading In (8.3%) 42
NV Woodfine Lightly Sparking Cider (7%) 48



Crisp, Brisk & Refreshing

2023 Bergerie de la Bastide Blanc, Grenache, Sauvignon, Ugni ¬- Languedoc, France 27
2023 Sauvignon Blanc – Vignes d’Oc, France 28
2022 Gran Cedro Blanco, Viura +7 grapes – Northern Spain 32
2023 Picpoul de Pinet, Château de la Mirande – Languedoc, France 34
2022 Di Gino, Fattoria San Lorenzo, Verdicchio – Le Marche, Italy 42
2021 Château Graville Lacoste, Semillion/ Sauvignon – Graves, Bordeaux, France 42
2022 Baby Bandito Keep on Punching, Testalonga Wines, Chenin Blanc – Swartland, South Africa 48
2023 O Rosal, Rías Baixas, Albarino, Caino – Bodegas Terras Gauda, N-West Spain 54
2022 Sancerre Blanc, Sylvain Bailly, Sauvignon – Loire, France 57
2021 Les Clous, Domaine St Nicolas, Chardonnay, Chenin – Loire, France 60
2019 Dundee Hills Pinot Gris, Sokol Blosser – Oregon, USA 90


Vibrant and pure, almost chalky-dry stony wines with tension and fine acidity that ricochets around your mouth.

2021 Monemvasia White Dry – Laconia, Greece 41
2018 Monte di Grazia Bianco, Pepella, Ginestra, Bianca Tenera – Campania, Italy 56
2019 Montlouis Touche Mitaine, Le Rocher des Violettes, Chenin – Touraine, France 58
2022 Frascati Superiore, Castel de Paolis, Malvasia del Lazio +3 grapes – Lazio, Italy 62
2019 A Nutturna’, Al-Cantara, Nerello Mascalese – Sicily, Italy 62
2021 Evidençia de Lapyeyre, Gros & Petit Manseng, Courbu – Jurançon, France 64
2020 Espere Gruner Veltliner, Matthias Warnung – Kamptal, Austria 71
2020 Testalonga El Bandito “Cortez”, Chenin, – Swartland, South Africa 79
2020 Saumur Blanc L’Insolite, Thierry Germain, Chenin – Loire, France 81
2020 Chasselas C de Marrin, Les Vignes du Paradis – Savoie France 100
2018 Racines Blanc, Les Cailloux du Paradis, Sauvignon, Romorantin, Chardonnay, Menu Pineau, Loire, France 135


Alsace/German varietals and blends, Pinot Gris, Malvasia, Muscat family. Different kinds of flowers on the nose from lime blossom to honeysuckle and varying in style from citrus Riesling to fleshy or tropical fruits.

2021 Nas-cetta del Comune di Novello – Langhe, Italy 37
2023 Riesling, Watervale, Jim Barry Wines – Clare Valley, Australia 40
2022 Riesling Handcrafted Arndorfer – Kamptal, Austria 48
2022 Riesling, Trocken, Knauss – Württemberg, Germany 50
2021 Toru, Te Whare Ra, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris, Riesling – Marlborough, New Zealand 53
2021 Malagouzia, A.MUSE, Muses Estate – Sterea Ellada, Valley of the Muses, Greece 55
2022 Pinot Bianco, Moriz, Tramin – Alto Adige, Italy 57
2020 Gewurztraminer, Terres Epicées, Dopff Au Moulin – Alsace, France 57
2022 Big Salt, Ovum Wines, Gewurztraminer, Muscat, Riesling, Sauvignon – Oregon, USA 60
2014 Rudesheimer Berg Roseneck, Riesling, Grand Cru Allendorf – Rheingau, Germany 102
2016 Riesling Tausend Sterne dry Laibl – Baden, Germany 103
2015 Hohenmorgen Riesling Grand Cru Basssermann-Jordan – Pfalz, Germany 184

O2, Sherries & Flor

A section devoted to the great wines of sherry, some aged under the veil of yeast called “flor” (these are lighter and saltier) whereas others undergo a more oxidative ageing protocol (these are deeper and have a pronounced nutty quality as well as distinctive umami character). The lighter wines pair well with seafood and oily fish, whilst the more complex ones go excellently with offal, beef and mature hard cheeses. Palomino is the grape here.

Manzanilla Gabriela, Bodegas Barrero – Sanlucar (375 ml) 30
Amontillado Cruz de la Mar, Cesar Florido – Chipiona (375 ml) 30
2018 Las Cepas de Curro Blanco, Viños Oceanicos, Palomino, Moscatel – Jerez 45
2021 UBE Miraflores, Bodegas Cota 45 – Jerez 64
Fino La Panesa, Bodegas Emilio Hidalgo – Jerez 150
El Tresillo Amontillado Fino, Bodegas Emilio Hidalgo – Jerez 153
NV Vecchio Samperi Marco de Bartoli, Grillo (sherry style dry Marsala) – Sicily 159
Marques de Rodil Palo Cortado – Jerez 186
2010 Vin Jaune, Domaine Jean-François Ganevat, Savagnin – Jura 366

“Sea, Sand and Saline “

These wines that take their personality from their unique locations near the sea or ocean. Cool breezes off the water imbue these whites with a sensation of freshness and soft sea air impress them with a gentle saltiness. Usually light and crisp, they are delicious with shellfish.

2022 Côtes de Gascogne Marine, Colombard, Ugni, Gros Manseng – Domaine Menard, France 29
2022 Muscadet “Garance”, Pierre Luneau-Papin – Loire, France 44
2022 Vermentino, Ala Blanca, Poderi Parinello – Sardinia, Italy 45
2022 Mercoledi Paestum Bianco Fiano, Vigneti Tardis – Campania, Italy 53
2022 Bohème, Dom de la Sénéchalière, Melon de Bourgogne – Loire, France 63
2020 Occhio di Terra, Caravaglio, Malvasia di Lipari – Salina, Italy 63
2022 Vernaccia di San Gimignano Fiore, Montenidoli, Toscana – Tuscany, Italy 63
2021 SP 68, Arianna Occhipinti, Zibibbo, Albanella – Ragusa, Sicily, Italy 64
2021 ‘O Con’ Albariño, Xośe Lois Sebio – Galicia, Spain 72

“Garrigue, Maquis and Fynbos…”

Wines that hail from “the sun-baked, cicada-loud, ageless country of scrub and terraced hills… the archetypal Mediterranean landscape of rock & olive, wild thyme, vineyards, light”. This is the garrigue or maquis, and fynbos a scrubland of rock, forest and wild herbs, one that inflects the wines with their unique aromas and flavours.

2022 Château Saint-Cyrgues, Roussanne, Grenache Blanc – Rhône, France 33
2021 Lo P’tit Fantet, Ollieux-Romanis, Grenache, Marsanne, Roussanne – Corbières, France 39
2022 Château La Negly, Brise Marine, Bourboulanc, Roussanne – Languedoc, France 47
2021 Château de l’Ou, Grenache Blanc, Grenache Gris, Roussanne – Côtes du Roussillon, France 53
2022 Roussanne, Breedekloof, Olifantsberg – Breedekloof, South Africa 57
2022 Tremadoc Blanc, Domaine Madeloc, Grenache Gris, Vermentino, Roussanne, Collioure, France 60
2021 Viognier, The Age of Grace, Lismore Estate Vineyards – Western Cape, South Africa 66
2020 Côtes-du-Rhône “Vie on Y Est Viognier”, Domaine Gramenon – Rhône, France 77
2019 Côtes Catalanes Vieilles Vignes « Llum », Roc des Anges, Grenache Gris, Macabeu
-Roussillon, France 77
2018 Vin de France Domaine Leon Barral, Le Blanc, Terret Blanc, Terret Gris, Viognier,
Roussanne – Languedoc, France 106
2018 Condrieu La Berne, Faury, Viognier – Rhône, France 109
2019 Chenin Blanc, Luddite – Bot River, South Africa 131
2014 Hermitage Blanc Chave, Marsanne – Rhone Valley, France 600

White Burgundy – of course!

A mosaic of diverse terroirs mapped by monks many centuries ago, where vines are parcelled by village, by location of vineyard, by soil type and aspect on a slope. This is where Chardonnay finds its greatest expression and unveils its diversity.

2023 Mâcon-Villages Mont Pelé, Domaine des Chenevières 51
2021 Saint-Veran, La Croix Senaillet 59
2022 Chablis, Domaine Gerard Tremblay 59
2021 Bourgogne Aligote, Les Graviers, Christine Felettig 69
2021 Mâcon-Loché, Cuvée des Clochers, Céline & Didier Tripoz 71
2021 Bourgogne, Terroir Noble, Vincent Girardin 73
2020 Bourgogne Hutes Côtes de Beaune, Prosper Maufoux 88
2017 Santenay Le Bivéaux Í Air De Rien, Antoine Olivier, 101
2021 Pouilly-Fuissé, Les Crays, Eric Forest 107
2017 Marsannay Blanc au Larrey, Domaine Ballorin 119
2020 Chablis “Clos Béru” Monopole 131
2019 St Aubin Blanc, Domaine Patrick Miolane 136
2018 Chassagne-Montrachet ‘1er Cru Vide Bourse’ F&L Pillot 225

Around the World in Twelve Chardonnays

As with Burgundy, chameleon Chardonnay is adept at capturing a sense of the place of origin as well as the nature of the vintage. These wines express it’s many faces.

2022 Les (h)Autres Terres, Les Hautes Terres – Languedoc, France 48
2020 Omaka Reserve, Saint Clair – Marlborough, New Zealand 57
2019 1701 Surnat, Sebino, Franciacorta – Lombardia, Italy 69
2022 Ataraxia, Hemel en Arden – Walker Bay, South Africa 75
2019 Pollock’s, Les Bottes Rouges – Côtes du Jura, France 91
2018 The Don “Barn Block”, Don Nelson – New Zealand 105
2019 Durant Vineyard, Kelley Fox – Oregon, USA 125
2018 Red Shoulder Ranch, Shafer, Napa Valley – Carneros, USA 126
2019 Hilt Estate – California, USA 138
2018 Ceritas Trout Gulch Vineyard, Sonoma – California, USA 181
2017 Les Resistants, JF Ganevat – Côtes du Jura, France 207
2018 Monte Bello Vineyards, Ridge Winery – California, USA 288

Native grapes & blends – here we have the indigenous grapes, historically closely associated with a particular region and its wine culture. Exciting, unusual flavours.

2023 Rioja Valdebaron Blanco, Bodegas Ondarre – Spain 36
2020 Lyrarakis Vilana, Viola Vineyard – Crete, Greece 44
2020 Tokaji Dry Furmint, Hetszolo – Hungary 49
2019 Churtton Natural State Field Blend, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Petit Manseng
-Marlborough, New Zealand 53
2022 Grillo Vigna Verde, Marco de Bartoli – Sicillia, Italy 58
2019 Soave Vigne delle Bra, Garganega – Filippi, Italy 61
2019 Jakot Blue Label, Nando, Goriska Brda, Friulano – Slovenia 63
2018 Vale da Capucha Gouveio, Godello – Lisbon, Portugal 67
2018 Savagnin, Les Terrasses, Domaine de La Renardière – Jura, France 73
2014 Château Musar Blanc, Obadiah, Merweh – Beka’a Valley, Lebanon 93
2008 Il San Lorenzo Bianco, Verdicchio aged 12 years – Marche, Italy 180
2017 Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Valentini, “historic Trebbiano” – Abruzzo, Italy 444

“The Amber Revolution”

Otherwise known as skin contact and also “orange wine”. Put simply, these are wines made from white grape varieties, but macerated on their skins like reds. They have colour (from gold to pink, bronze and amber) and complex layers with lots of texture and even tannins. The most versatile of all food wines.

2022 Weissburgunder, Judith Beck, Pinot Blanc – Burgenland, Austria 49
2022 ‘Amfòra, Coteaux de Bessilles, Villa Noria, Muscat, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon – France 57
2020 Dinavolino Bianco, AA Denavolo, Malvasia, Ortrugo, Marsanne – Emilia-Romagna, Italy 62
2019 A Fleur de Peau Muscat, Clos du Gravillas – Languedoc, France 67
2021 Rami Bianco, COS, Grecanico, Inzolia – Ragusa, Sicilia, Italy 68
2020 El Otro Lado Torrontes, Pol Opuesto Wines – Argentina 70
2019 Zold, Bianka & Daniel Schmitt, Silvaner – Rheinhessen, Germany 77
2019 Three Views of a Secret Blanc, Patrice Beguet, Riesling, Gewurz, Muscat – France 87
NV La Maceration du Soula, No 19, Vermentino, Macabeu – Roussillon, France 91
2013 Rebula, Valter & Klemen Mlecnik, Ribolla Gialla – Slovenia 110
2015 Trebez, Dario Princic, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio – Friuli, Italy 114
2018 Vitovska Kamen, Benjamin Zidarich, Vitovska – Carso, Slovenia 122

Oh, by the way, which one’s pink? (Have a Cigar – Pink Floyd)

2023 Gran Cerdo Rosado, Tempranillo, Garnacha – Rioja, Spain 32
2023 Oumsiyat Soupir, Syrah, Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon – Bekaa Valley, Lebanon 33
2023 Volubilia Gris, Domaine de la Zouina, Marselan & Caladoc – Meknès, Morocco 37
2023 Cuvée Tour Companets, Coteaux d’Aix en Provence, Syrah, Granache – France 44
2021 Vipava Roza, Pinot Gris, Burja – Slovenia 59
2020 Bandol Rosé, Château de Pibarnon, Mourvèdre, Cinsault – Provence, France 95




Fruity, juicy, gluggable – red wines for thirst. Direct, instant, appealing, packed with juicy fruit.

2022 Cuvee Prestige Rouge, Heraldique, Blend – Vin de France 26
2022 Rosso Piceno Bacchus, Ciu Ciu, Montepulciano, Sangiovese – Marche, Italy 35
2021 Montepulciano Blend, Anima Osca, Tenimenti Grieco – Molise, Terre degli Osci, Italy 37
2022 Rioja Tinto, Vina Ilusion, Garnacha – Spain 37
2021 Beck Ink, Judith Beck, Zweigelt, St Laurent – Burgenland, Austria 44
2021 Anjou Rouge, Enlevement Demande, Nicolas Reau, Cabernet Franc – Loire, France 47
2022 Fleurie, Domaine de la Madone, Gamay – France 49
2020 Masieri Rosso, La Biancara, Merlot, Cab Franc, Tocai Rosso – Veneto, Italy 52
2022 Clos St Jean, Côtes Roannaise, Gamay – France 54
2022 Beaujolais, Château Cambon, Gamay – France 56
2021 Brouilly Vieilles Vignes, JC Lapalu, Gamay – Beaujolais, France 71


The blood of the soil, as they say in France – red wines that possess a linear quality, are fresher in style, and have a certain salty quality on the finish, reminding one of rocks, stones and metal.

2021 Garnacha, Inmune, Tandem – Navarra, Yerri Valley, Spain 39
2021 Chinon “Cuisine de Ma Mere”, Domaine Grosbois, Cabernet Franc – Loire, France 52
2016 Marcillac Lairis, Jean-Luc Matha, Mansois, aka Fer Servadou – France 52
2018 Ciro Rosso Classico Superiore, Cataldo Calabretta, Gaglioppo – Calabria, Italy 55
2020 Syrah, Intellego Wines – Swartland, South Africa 56
2019 Cot (Malbec) Vieilles Vignes, Rocher des Violettes – Loire, France 57
2020 Serral Rouge, Domaine Madeloc, Grenache Noir, Mourvѐdre, Syrah – Roussillon,
Collioure, France 60
2020 Prunotto Nizza Bansella, Barbera – Piedmont, Italy 70
2018 Finca Meixeman Tinto, Adegas Guimaro, Mencia + 5 grapes – NW Spain 74
2018 Racines Rouge, Claude & Etienne Courtois, (30 + varieties) – Touraine, France 94
2018 Barbaresco “Roccalini”, Cascina Roccalini, Nebbiolo – Piemonte, Italy 105
2020 St Joseph “Clos Cessieux”, Herve Souhaut, Syrah – Rhône, France 140


Big, bold wines – Shiraz, Grenache, big Malbec, Zin & similar – full-bodied and full-flavoured with dark fruit aromatics (think black cherries, plums, & confit fruit). Perfect with grilled meat dishes.

2022 Gran Cerdo Tinto, Tempranillo – North-East Spain 32
2022 Aguijón de Abeja, Obrera, Malbec – Patagonia Argentina 41
2022 Montsant Vi del Mas, Celler Comunica, Garnacha Tinta, Garnacha Peluda, Syrah – Spain 42
2021 Shiraz/Cabernet, Bernoota, Lake Breeze – Langhorne Creek, Australia 54
2022 Langhe Nebbiolo, Ferdinando Principiano – Piedmont, Italy 54
2022 Primitivo Gioia del Colle, Fatalone – Puglia, Italy 55
2021 Pinotage, Groot Constantia – Constantia, South Africa 63
2016 Mas del Habanero, Hodgkinson, Garnacha, Carinena – Priorat, Spain 85
2017 Jauma Lilies Grenache, McLaren Vale – Australia 90
2015 Rioja Reserva, Viña Ardanza, La Rioja Alta, Garnacha, Tempranillo – Spain 95
2019 Bandol Rouge, Domaine Tour du Bon, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault – Provence, France 96
2016 Luddite Shiraz – Bot River, South Africa 142
2018 Pinta, Tempos Vega Sicilia, Tempranillo – Ribera del Douro, Spain 158
2012 Amarone La Stropa, Monte dall Ora, Corvina, Molinara, Rondinella – Veneto, Italy 245
2013 Barolo Riserva Bricco Boschis, AA Cavallotto, Nebbiolo – Piemonte, Italy 372

Mountains and Volcanoes

The terroir and soils influenced by the proximity of mountain ranges. Vines grown on volcanic sand or basaltic soils have a wonderful smoky quality.

2020 Crianza, Bodegas Fuentenarro, Tempranillo – Ribero del Duoro, Spain 48
2018 Grande Reserve, Chateau Oumsiyat, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah – Mount Lebanon 50
2021 Tradicion Listan Negro, Bodega Tajinaste, Listan Negro – Islas Canarias, Tenerife 50
2020 Aleatico Rosso Arcaico, Andrea Occhipinti – Lazio, Italy 62
2019 Pic Saint Loup, Dame Jeanne, Bergerie du Capucin, Syrah, Grenache, Mourvédre, Languedoc, France 63
2021 Irouléguy Rouge, Domaine Arretxea, Tannat, Cab Sauvignon – Pyrenees, France 64
2015 Valtellina Superiore Sasella, Balgera, Chiavennasca (Nebbiolo) – Lombardia, Italy 71
2015 Gran Reserva 904, La Rioja Alta, Tempranillo – Rioja, Spain 225

Mediterranean/ Garrigue/ Rocks ‘n’ Wild Herbs
The family of wines from vines that nestle in the clearings in the garrigue forests. Wines that speak of the warmth of the soils in which they plunge their roots, that are redolent of wild herbs such as thyme, rosemary, lavender and bay.

2021 Petite Syrah, Mas Montel – Pays du Gard, France 33
2022 Est-ce que? Vaucluse, Domaine Burle, Grenache, Syrah, Caladoc, Marsalan – Rhône, France 36
2020 Massaya Le Colombier Rouge, Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah, Tempranillo – Lebanon 43
2022 Kalecik Karasi, Kayra – Aegean, Turkey 44
2022 Cannonau, San Constantino, Poderi Parpinello – Sardinia, Cannonau di Sardegna, Italy 46
2019 Martedi Paestum Rosso, Vigneti Tardis, Aglianico – Campania, Italy 50
2014 Agiorgitiko/Mavroudi, Monemvasia Winery – Laconia, Greece 55
2022 Saint-Joseph “Les Ribaudes”, Lionel Faury, Syrah – Rhône, France 66
2020 Clos Cibonne Red, Tibouren Grenache – Provence, France 71
2014 Le Soula Rouge, Carignan, Syrah, Grenache – Roussillon, France 82
2019 Priorat, Mas Blanc +7, Bodegas Pinord, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Catalonia, Spain 85
2019 Morta Maio, Antoine Arena, Vin de Corse, Niellucciu – Patrimonio , France 93
2019 Mas de Daumas Gassac Rouge, IGP de l’Hérault, Cab Sauvignon + 12 grapes – Languedoc,
France 134
2017 Yves Cuilleron, Bonnivieres, Syrah/Shiraz “Les Vignes d’a Cote” – Cote-Rotie, France 173
2019 Hermitage Rouge, Dard & Ribo, Syrah – Rhône, France 218
Native Varieties & Field Blends

The local red grapes that seem so well suited to their place of origin. A field blend is vineyard comprising different grape varieties that are harvested together and fermented together – which is a very traditional method of winemaking.

2018 Souson, Ailalá – Ribeiro, Spain 45
2020 Aglianico del Vulture, Teodosio, Basilisco – Basilicata, Italy 51
2022 Lagrein, Tramin – Alto Adige, Italy 52
2021 Chianti Classico “Retromarcia” Monte Bernardi, Sangiovese – Tuscany, Italy 62
2018 Crno Vino, Piquentum, Teran – Istria, Croatia 63
2021 Okro Saperavi Classic, Saperavi – Kakheti, Georgia 66
2016 Appenheimer Früburgunder (Pinot Madelaine) Bischel – Rheinhessen, Germany 76
2019 Las Cepas de Jose Carlos Esencia Tinto, Vinos Oceanicos, Moscatel, Palmino – Jerez, Spain 81
2021 Frappato, Arianna Occhipinti – Sicilia, Italy 97

Classy & Classic Burgundy

“It {Pinot Noir} can only grow in these really specific, little, tucked away corners of the world. And, and only the most patient and nurturing of growers can do it, really. Only somebody who really takes the time… to understand Pinot’s potential… can then coax it into its fullest expression.”- Sideways – Part 1

2022 Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Domaine Perrin 66
2017 Hautes Côtes de Nuits, Fontaine St. Martin, Michel Gros, Pinot Noir 91
2021 Saint-Romain, Alain Gras, Pinot Noir 119
2021 Pommard ‘Tavannes’ Laurent Pillot, Pinot Noir 122
2021 Volnay, Fernand et Laurent Pillot, Pinot Noir 122
2020 Beaune Rouge Fanny Sabre, Clos des Renardes, Pinot Noir 140
2019 Gevrey-Chambertin “En Champs”, Domaine Livera, Pinot Noir 169
2019 Trousseau Plein Sud, Domaine JF Ganevat Jura 180
2017 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Chatelots, Domaine Sigaut, Pinot Noir 223
2018 Corton ‘Grand Cru Grandes Lolières’ Gilbert Felettig, Pinot Noir 271

Around the World in 9 Pinots

“Then, I mean, oh its flavours, they’re just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and… ancient on the planet.” – Sideways quote – Part 2!

2021 Phantom, Lomond Wines – Cape Agulhas, South Africa 53
2020 Le Petit Clos – Marlborough, New Zealand 53
2019 Nero de Sort, Celler Batlliu – Catalonia, Spain 71
2022 Peninsula, Paringa Estate – Mornington Peninsula, Australia 74
2021 Rockburn – Central Otago, New Zealand 91
2018 G.P.S. Series, Richard Kershaw Wines – Hemel en Aarde Valley, South Africa 121
2017 Burkheimer Feuerberg Spätburgunder Grand Cru Bercher – Baden, Germany 144
2018 Orchard Block, Sokol Blosser – Oregon, USA 155
2018 Hilt Estate – California, USA 156

Cabernet and Friends

Namely Cab Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdo, Cab Sauvignon – aka the Bordeaux (and Loire, in the case of Cab Franc) bunch, sometimes in varietal form, sometimes blended with each other. Usually elegant reds with fine structure and friendly with meat dishes.

2020 Château Le Bedat, Bordeaux Supérieur, Merlot, Cab Franc, Cab Sauv – France 36
2016 Château Noaillac, Cru Bourgeois, Merlot, Cab Sauv, Petit Verdot – France 48
2014 Bordeaux Supérieur, Château Lestrille Capmartin, Cab Sauv, Merlot – France 54
2021 Saumur-Champigny, Château de Villeneuve, Thierry Germain, Cab Franc- Loire, France 56
2021 Bolgheri, Stupore, Campo alle Comete, Cab Sauv, Merlot, Syrah – Tuscany,
Bolgheri, Italy 69
2016 Château Andron Blanquet, Cru Bourgeois, St Estèphe, Cab Sauv- France 72
2015 Halcyon Cabernet, Si Vintners, Cab Franc – Margaret River, Australia 116
2017 Yarra Yerring Dry Red No2, Shiraz, Mataro, Viognier – Yarra Valley, Australia 160
2015 Château Gombaude Guillot, Pomerol, Merlot, Cab Franc – France 173
2018 Shafer TD-9, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec – Napa Valley, California, USA 250
2016 Vignaferrovia Brunello Riserva, Pian delle Vigne, Sangiovese – Tuscany, Italy 302


2021 Monbazillac, Jour de Fruit, Domaine l’Ancienne Cure, Semillon, Muscadelle – 375 ml 31
2019 La Magendia de Lapeyre, Clos Lapeyre, Jurançon, Petit Manseng – 375 ml 45
2021 Maury, Domaine Pouderoux, Roussillion, Grenache Noir, France – 500 ml 50
2021 Moscato d’Asti, Vittoria Bera, Muscat Canelli, Piemonte, Italy – 750ml 50
2016 Chateau Filhot, 2me cru, Sauternes, Sauvignon, Semillon – 375 ml 62
2018 Pinot Noir Beerenauslese, Becker, Pfalz – 375 ml 64
2017 Marsala Vigna Miccia Oro, Marco de Bartoli, Grillo, Sicily – 500 ml 85
2015 Riesling Marienglas, Beerenauslese, Aldinger Württemberg, Germany – 375 ml 126


Capreolus Micro-distillery, Cirencester

Barney Wilczak makes some of the purest and most thrilling eaux de vie from locally sourced fruit that you will taste from anywhere in the world. They are the essence of the distillation, every piece of fruit hand sorted, and then distilled in a copper still without any additives.

1000 Trees, Apple Eau de Vie 43% (100ml) 35

Maison Cazottes, Tarn, France
Laurent Cazotte expresses the very essence of fruit and blossom he harvests from his organically farmed land, all completely manually. The wild quince picked from hedgerows when yellow, chopped and macerated in quince marc.
72 different variety of tomatoes are grown, hand-picked and chopped, are then macerated in his organic brandy over time, where the magic happens makes an interesting aperitif.

Coings Sauvage 18% 24
(72) Liqueur de Tomates 18% 26