Each day, before midday we upload the day's menus, it's always nice to whet your appetite before you even get to us. We also add in more detail about each dish in case you need to check out the ingredients for allergen information.
Below you’ll find our lovingly-chosen wine list. Hopefully you’ll find something that suits, at a price that fits.
Wines that are available by the glass are sold in 125ml measure. Larger sizes of 175ml and 250ml are also available and are priced accordingly.
Sauvignon Blanc, Tierra Alta, Chile Classic mountain Sauvignon Blanc, 'nettly', 'grassy', much like my lawn.
Pinot Grigio, Bella Modella, Italy A beautifully, light, vibrant white to be appreciated for its zesty, citrus and green apple character and refreshing quality.
Sauvignon Blanc, Southern Rivers, New Zealand A corker of a Sauvignon Blanc, with a good squeeze of lemon and bags of tropical fruit.
Macon-Villages, Reserve Personelle, France Classic unoaked white Burgundy with great depth and weight.
Chardonnay, Listening Station, Australia Quintessentially Australian, un-oaked with tangerine, grapefruit, lime and a hint of spice.
Chardonnay, Les Volets, France Burgundy style with a southern French sun tan, elegant, buttery, nutty and a touch of oak.
Touraine Sauvignon Blanc, Les Silex, France This is super, elegant Sauvignon Blanc with lovely weight of gooseberry fruit with a beautiful mineral element on the finish.
Picpoul de Pinet, L'Omarine, France A rich, mouth-filling wine with notes of fresh flowers and ripe summer stone fruit and melon.
Gavi dei Gava, La Scolca, Gold Edition, Italy The gold bottle edition celebrates 100 years of one of the most historic wine producers in Italy. Delicate, dry and fresh, with balanced acidity and a pleasant bitterness in the long finish.
Albarino Raimat, Spain Spanish Senorita's dance on your palate with a kick of zippy citrus, almond and sweet vanilla.
Chablis, Premier Cru, Beauroy, Domaine de la Motte, France Old school aromatic buttery loveliness. A big shaggy dog of a wine that licks you all over.
Côtes du Rhône Blanc, La Fleur Solitaire, France Although famed for its red wines, white wines have a long heritage in the southern Rhône valley, where the locals enjoy an occasional glass at the start of a warm evening. Vinous with refined flavours.
Papagiannakos Savatiano, Greece Complex and philosophical. A seriously good wine from ancient Greek vineyards.
Messmer Weissburgunder, Pfalz, Germany Delicately floral with aromas of stone fruit and hints of white spice. It has a generous mouthfeel, with delicious ripe lemon peel characters and a mineral finish.
Soave Classico DOC 'Vigneto Colombara', Zenato, Italy A superb single vineyard Soave Classico. Soave has a straw yellow colour with emerald highlights. It has an intense yet delicate bouquet. Wonderfully crisp and clean.
Côtes de Thau, France The grapes are sourced from vineyards cultivated near to Lake Thau, this is a great rosé with plenty of character and finesse.
Pinot Grigio Blush, Bella Modella, Italy Pinot Grigio pink at its finest. Fresh flavours of raspberry and red cherry with a lifting finish.
Cinsault, Nuit d'Arbres Rosé, France A charming strawberry scented Rosé with freshness and delicacy. Light easy drink from the South of France.
Nero d'Avola, Sicily A proper Italian quaffer with bags of character – excellent on its own or with food.
Merlot, Granfort, France Soft, rounded, plummy fruit flavours with a gentle sustained finish. A cuddle in a glass.
Pinot Noir, Amodo, Italy Delicate and elegant with notes of blackberries and red fruit.
Rioja, Vega del Rayo, Spain De Alto Amo Rioja fuses the traditions and knowledge of a proud region with cutting edge winemaking practices to create a modern interpretation of Rioja. Beautifully balanced with succulent red berry fruit laced with vanilla, cassis, cherry, plum, raspber
Tempranillo, The Guv'nor, Spain If Ray Winston met Marlon Brando, this is what they'd drink. Moody with bags of attitude.
Shiraz Mourvèdre, Percheron, South Africa Strong, robust and dependable with dark, warm, chocolatey notes and a big savoury heart.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Kleine Zalze, South Africa From the Wellington vineyards, this deep-coloured, rich blackcurranty wine was made using a long skin maceration and matured in second and third-fill French oak.
Malbec, Tanners, Argentina Juicy, open nose, full and ripe palate with lovely black and red fruits and an appealing fresh character make this an ideal all-rounder.
Rioja Artesa Organic, Spain Fresh redcurrant and cherry aromas with woody, herbal notes.
Verticale Ripassa Valpolicella DOC Superiore, Zenato, Italy A velvety red, offering fine tannins and a pleasing palate of plump cherry, dried fig, espresso crème and baking spices. Juicy and well-balanced.
Cusumano, Benuara, Italy Full, rich, soft, warm and enthralling. Closes with a finish of excellent persistence.
Pinot Noir, The Cloud Factory, Marlborough, New Zealand From the coast of the Southern Ocean it's a quirkier more vibrant wine than its French cousin.
Côtes du Rhône Villages, 'Les Coteaux', France A real gem of a wine. Fruity and powerful, with immense smoothness and harmony.
Reserva Malbec, Don Manuel Villafane, Argentina Purple hints of very good intensity. Delicious aromas of plums, morello cherry, truffle and, with ageing, chocolate and vanilla.
Ruby Cabernet, Strange Brew, South Africa A match made in Cabernet and Carignan heaven. Cherry, red fruit flavours with a hint of cassis.
Dry Farmed Carignan, Debajo, Chile In a land known for its Cab Sauvs, this is something truly different. We think it's the business.
Amarone Classico della Valpolicella DOCG, Zenato Deep ruby-red. Strong note of herbs, quinine and roasted red fruit on the nose. Then fresher and cleaner with lovely floral flavours of red cherry and spicy herbs. Finishes long with youthfully chewy tannins.
Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne, France Wow - Intense and refined with notes of apricot, hazelnut and Danish pastries. It's a champagne for the ultimate celebration.
Gosset Grand Reserve Rosé Champagne, France Gosset is the oldest known producer of wine in Champagne, its origins going back to 1584. The wine is wonderfully clean, with flavours of rose-hip, redcurrant and peach, wonderful aromatics and impeccable length.