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White Wines 

1. Chenin Blanc, Cannonberg, Cape, South Africa 2015
Crisp, zesty and full of fruit. From cool vineyards in the mountains north of Cape Town. £15.00

2. Pinot Grigio, ERA, Veneto, Italy ORGANIC 2015
Organic Pinot Grigio offering a refreshing, fruity style with plenty of character. Vibrant green apple and pear flavours with a touch of elderflower. £16.00

3. Sauvignon Blanc, Levin, Loire, France ORGANIC 2014
An award winning Sauvignon from the heart of the Loire. Crisp, zesty and full of citrus fruits. £17.00

4. Verdicchio di Matelica, Colle Stefano, Marche, Italy ORGANIC 2014
The aromas of this wine are simple with citrus and mineral characteristics. The flavours are of lime peel, minerals and wet stone. Easy, simple, fresh and great with food! £22.00


5. Soave Castelcerino, Filippi, Veneto, Italy ORGANIC 2014

100% Garganega from 70 year old vines, fermented with natural yeast. This wine is a pure expression of the excellent terroir it comes from and shows that Garganega can make really elegant and fresh wines- apricots, pears and apple blossom. £23.00

6. Macon Davaye, La Croix Senaillet, Burgundy, France ORGANIC 2014

Wonderful elderflower and cooking apple fruit aromas perfectly blended with a classic and distinctive mineral edge, which gives this Macon such an appealing nature. £23.00

7. Dry Riesling Jacobus, Peter Jakob Kuhn, Rheingau, Germany  2015

This is an attractive dry Riesling. Easy drinking and accessible white wine making it an ideal introduction to dry German wine. If you think you don't like Riesling, here's one that will convince any doubters. Deep yellow-green colour, packed with lime, grapefruit and apricot flavours, generous, dry, and refreshing wine with mouthwatering acidity. £26.00

8. Pouilly Fume, Jonathan Pabiot, Loire, France ORGANIC 2014

La crème de la crème - Elegant floral, stone, chalk and white peach flavours with hints of smoke and nuts. £28.00


9. Horsmonden', Davenport, Kent, England ORGANIC 2014

Made from a blend of five grape varieties grown in a vineyard plot in the village of Horsmonden, Kent. Soft, aromatic and fruit driven - perfect for a summer afternoon. £29.00



Red Wine 

10. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cannonberg, Western Cape, South Africa 2013 SUSTAINABLE

Excellent example of the potential of the Cape’s vineyards with notes of cherry and cassis.£15.00

11. Nero d'Avola, Ciello, Sicily, Italy ORGANIC 2013

A Sicilian wine worth shouting about! This is brilliant, wonderfully pure dark cherry and bramble fruit combine with a hint of spice and dark chocolate overtones. £15.00

12. Tempranillo, Gran Cerdo, Rioja, Spain ORGANIC 2013

Gran Cerdo is all about the purest expression of fruit with whole bunch fermentation, no filtration, no stabilization and minimal sulphur. Gran Cerdo reveals primary notes of fresh fruit, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and violets. £17.00

13. Malbec, Santa Julia, Mendoza, Argentina ORGANIC 2014

Wild aromas of black fruits, game, leather, minerals and bitter chocolate, lifted by a peppery nuance. £18.00


14. Cotes du Rhone Nature no added sulphites, Domaine Roche Audran, Rhone, France BIODYNAMIC 2013

Harvesting, racking and bottling are all carried out in accordance with cosmic rhythms and no sulphites added. Layers of black fruit and cacao unfold onto a richly textured palate, with more black fruit and black pepper. £22.00

15. Chateau Haute Pevrous, Graves, Bordeaux, France ORGANIC 2010

Chateau Haut Peyrous is owned by Marc Darroze who was born into a family of Gascogne restaurateurs. - in fact his sister Helene Darroze boasts two Michelin stars at her wonderful restaurant in the Connaught Hotel in London. This red is not to be missed as showing all the earthy charm that typifies the appellation. £30.00

16. Chianti Rufina "Cedro", Fattoria Lavacchio, Tuscany, Italy ORGANIC 2011

Wine lovers should not forget about Chianti Rufina. 90% sangiovese, 5% canaiolo nero and 5% colorino, high-pitched aromas of tangy red and darker berries and violet are complemented by lower-toned earth and flint notes. £27.00

17. Pinot Noir, Davenport, Sussex, England ORGANIC 2014

The wine was bottled without filtration, to give as pure a representation of our unique terroir as possible. Fuller than you might expect from a Pinot Noir with 12% alcohol, displaying flavours of dark cherry and ripe plums. £38.00

Rosé & Dessert Wine


18. Lo Bartas Organic Rose, VDP d'Oc, France ORGANIC 2014

Made from cinsault, tempranillo, syrah & cabernet sauvignon, this rosé is totally fruit driven with soft red berries, spicy characters finishing with well balanced acidity. Delicious. £17.00

19. Montbazillac Jour de Fruit, Ancienne Cure, France ORGANIC 2012

Unctuous with complex luxurious flavours of marmalade and acacia honey. £17.00

20. Maury, Mas Amiel, Rousillon, France ORGANIC 75cl 2014

A deep, intense wine with layers of flavours, ranging from cooked plums and dark berry fruits to chocolate and spice. £40.00

Champagne & Sparkling Wine

21. Prosecco ORGANIC, La Jara, Treviso, Italy Frizzante NV

Made in Treviso in the North East of Italy, this is a delicious sparkling wine, full of refreshing green apples and elderflower. The perfect aperitif. £20.00  Half Bottle £13.00

22. L'origine Reserve, Yves Duport, Bugey, France ORGANIC Brut 2013

Bugey is a little-known region to the east of Burgundy and the west of Savoie. There is a great culture of dry sparkling wine production in this region, and Yves Duport is right at the top of the heap. Blend of Chardonnay and Pinot. Not quite Champagne but real close – look for golden apples and Anjou pears, a touch of ginger and some nutmeggy spices. £27.00

23. Janisson Brut Tradition, Champagne, France Brut NV

Janisson Brut Tradition is low in production but big on owner’s love and attention. Rich with aromas of hazelnut, almond and honey. £48.00

24. Davenport "Limney", Kent, England Brut NV ORGANIC

Will Davenport talks artisan and acts artisan.  Production is small and he is committed to quality and through natural means.  He uses only the wild yeast and minimal sulphur, only 59 ml/gr of total sulphur in this wine.  The vines of Auxerrois and Pinot Noir were planted in 1993 in Rotherfield and are now truly showing their potential. Smokey, toasty apricots, apple crumble, ripe strawberries, lime, honey and mature spice - delicious! £45.00

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