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. We’ve included brief tasting notes with each wine to help you make your choice, but do ask if you’d like any further help.
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.
Colombard Sauvignon, Crusan, France Fresh but succulent, this is a juicy little quaffer with a soft attack, late fruit and a clean finish.
Pinot Grigio, Quindi, Italy A classic from Puglia. Soft apple aromas with a zesty lemon touch for that true Italian flair.
Chardonnay, The Listening Station, Australia Quintessentially Australian, unoaked with tangerine, grapefruit, lime and a hint of spice.
Sauvignon Blanc, Tierra Alta, Chile Classic mountain Sauvignon Blanc, 'nettly', 'grassy', much like my lawn.
Chenin Blanc, Bush Vines, Kleine Zalze, South Africa This beauty is bursting at the seams with zingy gooseberries and voluptuous tropical fruit.
Sauvignon Blanc, Milford Point, Marlborough, New Zealand A corker of a Sauvignon Blanc, with a good squeeze of lemon and bags of tropical fruit.
Marche Bianco, Villa Moncaro, Italy £22.25£4.05
Marsanne Viognier, Rare Vineyards, France Rhône grapes go on holiday to the South of France! Fresh, peachy soft and rounded.
Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine des Lauriers, France Bone dry. If you enjoy a crisp Sauvignon, this little number will float your boat.
Légende Blanc, Domaines Barons de Rothschild [Lafite], Bordeaux, France An elegant classic white Bordeaux with timeless flavours of lemon, cream, and peaches.
Riesling, Rag and Bone, Eden Valley, Australia Dry, textural, limey, quite simply everything you want from an Aussie Riesling.
Albariño Raimat, Spain Spanish señorita dances on your palate with a kick of zippy citrus, almond and sweet vanilla.
Mâcon Villages, Louis Jadot, Burgundy, France Iconic white Burgundy from the traditional home of Chardonnay.
Sauvignon Blanc, Cloudy Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand Behold the icon of New Zealand Sauvignon which sits on its elegant throne after all these years.
Chablis, Premier Cru, Domaine Chevalier, France Old school aromatic buttery loveliness. A big shaggy dog of a wine that licks you all over.
Pinot Grigio Rose, Bella Modella, Italy Pinot Grigio pink at its finest. Fresh flavours of raspberry and red cherry with a lifting finish.
Rosaspina, Villa Moncaro, Italy Picture yourself sitting in the Italian sunshine sipping this little number. Heaven.
Wicked Lady White Zinfandel, California, USA Strawberries and cream in a glass. Living in 'zin' with this wicked lady.
Nero d'Avola, Solandia, Sicily A proper Italian quaffer with bags of character – excellent on its own or with food.
Merlot, Granfort, Pays D'Oc, France Soft, rounded, plummy fruit flavours with a gentle sustained finish. A cuddle in a glass.
Shiraz Mourvèdre, Percheron, South Africa Strong, robust and dependable with dark, warm, chocolatey notes and a big savoury heart.
Malbec, Benjamin, Argentina Soft, juicy and packed with brambles and berries, plums and figs. Supple and satisfying.
Pinot Noir, Rare Vineyards, France If wine were footwear this would be a light summer deck shoe. Red cherries spring to mind.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Pays d’Oc, France A hearty hug with a friendly back slap! Full of ripe fruit, rich flavours and soft tannins.
Rioja Vega del Rayo, Vendimia, Seleccionada, Rioja, Spain Delicious Rioja. Deep colour, ripe plum and cherry fruit aromas with a smoky dimension.
Côtes du Rhône Villages, 'Les Coteaux', France A real gem of a wine. Fruity and powerful, with immense smoothness and harmony.
Pinotage Merlot, Middelvlei, South Africa Medium bodied, well structured tannins and a delightful lingering aftertaste.
Fleurie, La Reine de l'Arenite, France Ripe, red fruits which stays clean. A welcome relief from shouty New World fruit-bombs.
Agneau Rouge, Barons Philippe De Rothschild, Bordeaux, France Youthful, joyous, unpacked. Modern Bordeaux for modern tastes.
Primitivo, Leone de Castris, Italy £22.95
Ripasso Superiore, Zenato, Valpolicella, Italy Amarone's overachieving younger sibling. Smooth but powerful with well balanced red fruit.
Pomerol, Chateau Garraud, France Grand Vin de Bordeaux. Expressions of black berry fruits and well-integrated oak.
Prosecco, Midea, Italy The fuel of gondoliers, water-taxi drivers and romances of Venice. Happy bubbles…Ciao bella!
Champagne, Louis Dornier et Fils, France A light, fresh, vigorously youthful champagne with a fine, elegant, slightly lemony nose, lively mousse and long, crisp palate.
Champagne, Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut, France The famous Widow Clicquot. A true feminist. Strong, dependable, free spirited and fun.