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WINE SUBLIME

BY THE GLASS 2


CHAMPAGNE 3
FRENCH 6
SPANISH 13
ITALIAN 16
GERMAN 18
SOUTH AMERICAN ` 20
NORTH AMERICAN 21
SOUTH AFRICAN 21
AUSTRALIAN 22
NEW ZEALAND 22
MIDDLE EASTERN 25
DESSERT WINE 24
FORTIFIED WINE 24
“Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship;

And pass the rosy wine.”


Charles Dickens
A discretionary 10% service charge will be added to the bill.
WINE BY THE GLASS
WHITE 125ML 250ML BOTTLE

Pares Balta, Blanc de Pacs, £5 £9.50 £28

Catalunya, Spain, 2015
Nina, Pinot Grigio, £4 £8 £22

Veneto, Italy, 2016


Bladen Estate, Sauvignon Blanc, £6.50 £13 £37

Marlborough, New Zealand, 2015


Rolf Binder, Riesling, Eden Valley, £8.50 £15 £45

Australia, 2012


Domaine Du Bicheron, Maconne Peronne £5.50 £10 £29

Burgundy, France


ROSÉ 125ML 250ML BOTTLE
Saint-Roch, Les Vignes, £5 £10 £27

Provence, France 2015

RED 125ML 250ML BOTTLE

Bodegas Toneles, Reserve Malbec, £6 £10 £30

Mendoza, Argentina, 2013
Tormaresca, NePriCa, £5.50 £10 £30

Apuglia, Italy, 2014


Vina, del Oja, Rioja, £6 £12 £32

Crianza, Rioja, Spain, 2011


Rolf Binder, Shiraz “Hales”, £7 £13 £39

Barossa Valley, Australia, 2012


Featherdrop, Pinot Noir, £6 £11 £35

Barossa Valley, Australia, 2013



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CHAMPAGNE
Oddfellows on the Park are pleased to offer Perrier-Jouët champagne as our Grand Marque. It was in 1811 that Pierre-Nicolas Perrier married Adèle Jouët, marking the genesis of the House of Perrier-Jouët.
We can offer the following small selection by the glass:
The composition of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is 40% based on the vinosity and the structure of Pinot Noir from the grands crus and premiers crus of the Mailly, Verzy, Aÿ and Rilly-la Montagne terroirs, 40% Pinot Meunier and 20% of Chardonnay
G.H. Mumm Rosé, a blend of 60% pinot noir, 22% chardonnay and 18% Pinot Meunier. Luscious aromas are dominated by fresh summer fruits such as strawberry, with hints of caramel and vanilla.  
G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge champagne, offering a blend of champagne predominantly pinot noir and pinot meunier. On the nose, aromas of lemon and grapefruit, combined with the richness of firm, fleshy fruits such as white peaches, apricots and tart apples bring freshness and liveliness to the Champagne. 

CHAMPAGNE 125ML HALF BOTTLE BOTTLE

NV Perrier-Jouët, Brut Grand £14 £40 £65


NV G.H. Mumm £12 £35 £60
NV G.H. Mumm Rosé £17 £90

N/V CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

1 G.H. Mumm - Cordon Rouge £60


5 Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut £65
13 Pol Roger – Brut Reserve £70
14 Veuve Cliquot – Yellow Label £75
15 Taittinger – Brut Reserve £70
18 Ruinart - R de Ruinart £75
22 Louis Roederer – Brut Premier £70
24 Veuve Doussot – Brut Tradition £69
25 Veuve Doussot – Grande Cuvée £75
26 Guy Charlemagne – Brut Classic £75
27 Bollinger – Special Cuvée £80
20 Ruinart – Blanc de Blancs £90
29 Guy Charlemagne – Blanc de Blancs £85
3 G.H. Mumm – Crémant, Blanc de Blancs £150
28 Krug – Grande Cuvée £200
VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

8 Perrier-Jouët – Belle Epoque, 2008 £190


10 Perrier-Jouët – Belle Epoque Blanc, 2006 £500
4 Mumm – Cuvée R. Lalou, 1999 £190
16 Taittinger – Comte de Champagne, 2005/6 £230
12 Dom Perignon – Vintage Brut, 2006 £230
30 Pol Roger – Vintage, 2008 £150
31 Pol Roger – Blanc de Blancs, 2009 £160
32 Pol Roger – Sir Winston Churchill, 2004 £350
33 Bollinger – Grande Anée, 2005 £200
23 Louis Roederer – Cristal, 2004 £250

ROSÉ BOTTLE

2 G.H. Mumm – Cordon Rosé, NV £80


36 Veuve Doussot – Tendresse Rosé, NV £85
7 Perrier-Jouët – Blason Rosé, NV £85
34 Laurent Perrier – Cuvée Rosé, NV £99
19 Ruinart – Brut Rosé, NV £99
35 Pol Roger – Vintage Rosé, 2008 £150
9 Perrier-Jouët – Belle Epoque Rosé, 2006 £350
21 Dom Perignon – Rosé, 2006 £500

EUROPEAN WINE

FRANCE

BURGUNDY

WHITE

Set in the middle of eastern France, Burgundy is a collection of vineyard areas united by the use of the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. From the steely minerality of Chablis through the great growths of the Côte d’Or to the light and fruity wines of the Mâçonnais, Chardonnay produces a complete spectrum of styles to please more or less every palate. Here is a cross-section of wines from some of the region’s greatest growers.



BOTTLE

101 Chablis – Domaine de Marronniers, 2013 £47


102 Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume – Domaine Vrignaud, 2015 £75
103 Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru “Boudriotte” – Fontaine Gagnard, 2011 £140
104 Puligny Montrachet 1er cru Les Perriers – £200

Etienne Sauzet, 2011


105 Meursault 1er Cru “Charmes” – Domaine Bernard Bonin, 2008 £140
106 Corton Charlemagne – Domaine Rapet, 2014 £280
107 Macon Péronne – Domaine du Bicheron, 2015 £30
108 Pouilly Fuisse “Tete de Cru” – Chateau de Fuisse, 2012 £90
RED
The areas of the Côte d’Or and the Côte Chalonnais are where the Pinot Noir grape grows supreme. The special soil structure changes every 100 metres producing an array of different wines from light and brightly fruited to deep and majestic. As the wines age they display a sense of origin but it is only the finest growers who can produce the ultimate Burgundy. This short selection is the best of the best.

BOTTLE

401 Chorey les Beaune “Beaumonts” – M. de Gramont, 2014 £47


402 Bourgogne Pinot Noir – Domaine Tollot Beaut, 2013 £65
403 Hautes Cotes de Beaune – Domaine Jean Marc Bouley, 2012 £80
404 Monthelie 1er Cru “Les Vignes Rondes” £90

Domaine Prunier Bonheur,2013


405 Beaune 1er Cru “Clos du Roi” – Domaine Tollot Beaut, 2011 £135
406 Nuits St Georges 1er Cru “Clos des Fôrets” £160

Domaine de l’Arlot, 2006


407 Gevrey Chambertin “Les Evocelles” – Domaine L Boillot, 2013 £140
408 Clos Vougeot – Domaine Drouhin Laroze, 2011 £280

BEAUJOLAIS

This much maligned area of eastern France produces some of the country’s finest quaffing wines from the Gamay grape. They are wonderful to enjoy both on cold winter lunchtimes or, served cool, on warm summer evenings. Both producers listed make top class wines offering a great combination of pure fruit flavours and aromas, whilst having depth and backbone.


RED BOTTLE

409 Beaujolais Villages – Domaine Didier Desvignes, 2016 £32


410 Fleurie “Clos de la Roilette” – Domaine Coudert, 2015 £43

ALSACE

Picturesque Alsace is a collection of chocolate box villages with great gastronomy and truly wonderful white wines. These tend to be made from aromatic grape varieties such as Gewürztraminer and Riesling and make sensational food partners. The two wines below come from the Domaine Sipp Mack where vineyards are farmed organically, the resultant wines are simply delicious.



WHITE BOTTLE

109 Gewürztraminer Tradition – Domaine Sipp Mack, 2013 £42


110 Riesling Grand Cru “Rosacker” – Domaine Sipp Mack, 2012 £65
LOIRE VALLEY

The Loire Valley isn’t just a single vineyard area but rather a collection of different vineyards grouped together by their proximity to one of France’s greatest rivers. From the Pays Nantais in the west where the fresh and vibrant Muscadet is born, to the wonderful hillsides of Sancerre and Pouilly sûr Loire in the east where Sauvignon Blanc grows to perfection. The valley is dominated by white wines that offer great quality and exceptional value for money.



WHITE BOTTLE

111 Muscadet sûr Lie “Les Schistes” – Chateau de la Ragotiere, 2015 £29


112 Vouvray Demi-Sec “Haut des Ruettes” – Domaine Darragon, 2014 £32
113 Sancerre “Les Collines Blanches” – Domaine Brochard, 2016 £43
144 Pouilly-Fumé – Domaine Pabiot, 2015 £50
SOUTH OF FRANCE

The South of France has countless vineyards where red wines excel. However, some very good white wines are made too and we musn’t forget the delightfully pink Provence Rosé which has risen remarkably in popularity. The crisp, fresh Picpoul de Pinet is often referred to as the Chablis of the south while the bold and buxom reds make for excellent drinking together with hearty meat dishes.



WHITE BOTTLE

114 Picpoul de Pinet – Vignobles Canet, Languedoc, 2015 £28


147 Viogner ‘Argelières’- Marilyn Lesserre, Languedoc, 2015 £28

ROSÉ BOTTLE

301 Rosé de Provence Cru Classé – Domaine de la Croix, £39

Côte de Provance, 2015
304 Les Vignes – Saint-Roch, £28

RED BOTTLE

411 Cahors Tradition – Château Famaey, South West France, 2012 £27


412 Carignan – La Coume du Roy, Roussilion 2015 £31
413 Minervois “Les Evangiles” Vieille Vignes – Château Canet, £60

Languedoc, 2011



BORDEAUX

The red wines of Bordeaux have enjoyed a fabled reputation for many years and rightly so, for the great wines of the Medoc, St Emilion and Pomerol have been some of the finest the world has to offer. Cabernet Sauvignon dominates the Medoc whilst Merlot is the major grape of the more northerly right bank.


RED BOTTLE

414 Château du Barry – Bordeaux Rouge, 2012 £25


415 Vieux Château Perey – St Emilion, 2011 £40
416 Château Paran Justice – St Emilion Grand Cru, 2009 £59
417 Château Pavillon de Beauregard – Lalande de Pomerol, 2009 £105
418 Château Clos de Clocher – Pomerol, 2005 £150
419 Château Caronne Ste Gemme – Cru Bourgeois Haut Medoc, 2010 £65
420 Château Chasse-Spleen – Moulis-en-Medoc, 2006 £110
421 Château Lascombes – 2 ème Cru Margaux, 2009 £210
RHONE VALLEY

The northern Rhône Valley with its continental climate is where both Viognier and Syrah reign supreme with the great vineyards of Condrieu, Côte Rotie and Hermitage giving rise to some incredible wines while further south in the Southern Rhône wines range from the simple and hearty Côtes du Rhône through to the complex and chewy Châteauneuf du Pape. A great spectrum of wines with something to delight every palate.


WHITE BOTTLE

115 Condrieu – Brunel Frères, 2012 £96


116 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc – Château de la Gardine, 2013 £86
RED BOTTLE

424 Côtes du Rhône – Château St Roch, 2015 £28


425 Croze-Hermitage – Domaine Laurent Combier, (Organic) 2012 £56
574 Châteauneuf-du-Pape – Château St Roc, 2015 £69
426 Châteauneuf-du-Pape – Château de Beaucastel, 1997 £150
427 Côte Rotie – Brunel Frères, 2009 £95

ENGLAND
English wine is growing in popularity and is increasingly recognised as a premium wine producing region, with approximately 1,800ha of land under vine, more than 450 vineyards and around 3.15m bottles produced a year.

The most popular grapes varieties grown in English vineyards are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Bacchus, as well as others including Pinot Meunier and Ortega.


148 Shoreline – Lyme Bay, Devon 2014 £39
SPAIN
LA RIOJA

The gentle, rolling hills of the Rioja Alta, the home of Tempranillo, sit on calcareous clay soil that is high in limestone, ideal for grape growing. Cracks in the rocks that make up the subsoil encourage the roots of the vines to burrow deeply in search of nourishment, aiding the balance of flavours within the grapes and highlighting in the finished wine, the distinct environment in which they were grown.


RED BOTTLE

428 Rioja Selectión – Sierra Cantabria, 2014 £27


429 Rioja Reserva - Viña del Oja, 2011 £32
430 Rioja “El Puntido” – Viñedos de Páganos, 2005 £90
431 San Vicente – Señorio de San Vicente, 2006 £99
RIAS BAIXAS

The climate of the Rias Baixas area of Galicia is influenced by the Atlantic. Cooling breezes help give an extended growing season and thus imparting extra flavour within the grapes. Albariño is without doubt the flagship grape variety, this particular example is crisp and fresh with delicious bright fruit flavours.


WHITE BOTTLE

119 Albariño – Terra de Asorei, 2016 £29


146 Viura – Finca Antigua, 2015 £30

PENEDES

Wines are becoming very sought after from the Penedès region, especially from the higher altitude vineyards. The examples below are from the Parés Baltà winery, chosen not just because of the superb quality they produce across the range, but also for their philosophy of using only organic and bio-dynamic farming techniques and ensuring all of their wines are suitable for vegans.


WHITE BOTTLE

120 Blanc de Pacs – Parés Baltà (Organic and Vegan), 2015 £28


121 Gewürztraminer “Ginesta” – Parés Baltà, 2015 £53
RED BOTTLE

432 Mas Petit (Cabernet Sauvignon/Garnatxa) – Parés Baltà, 2014 £28


433 Hisenda Miret – Parés Baltà, 2013 £72
MONSANT AND PRIORAT

The vineyard area of Monsant surrounds the more famous Priorat region yet both produce some sensational wines based on Carignan and Grenache. The slate soils give a unique backbone to each of the wines and imbibe them with an obvious freshness.


RED BOTTLE

434 Acustic Tinto – Acustic Celler (Monsant), 2011 £42

435 GV5 – Gratavinum (Priorat) (Organic and Vegan), 2010 £122

RIBERA DEL DUERO

Growing vines in Ribera del Duero is not easy. Despite hot summers, winter and spring can have temperatures of -18°C. However, when harvests are good, the wines can be wonderful. Tinto Fino is the local clone of Tempranillo and makes wines of good depth and power.



RED BOTTLE

436 Camino Romano – Dominio Romano (Organic and Vegan), 2014 £39


TORO

The Toro region was renowned for producing “Black Wine” that was bold and highly tannic. Today, modern vinification techniques have enabled producers to make much more approachable wines. Although many modern vineyards now exist, there are still parcels of very old vines producing high quality fruit.


RED BOTTLE

437 Almiréz – Teso la Monja, 2010 £48


438 Victorino – Teso la Monja, 2008 £110

LA MANCHA

La Mancha is an ideal area for growing grapes because the yield per hectare is not very high and of premium quality. In addition, the health of their vines is extraordinary due to the long hours of sunshine they receive and their great ripening cycle.



ROSE

303 Syrah Rosado – Vega Badenes, 2015 £23



ITALY
PIEDMONT

In the heart of the Piedmont wine region sit the steep hills of the Langhe most famous for Barolo and Barbaresco. In addition to these two superstars, some lesser known grape varieties flourish here too; the fresh and fruity Dolcetto and the more rounded Barbera. Towards Alessandria Gavi is the region’s most famous white wine, where bright fruit flavours are underpinned by a stony minerality.


WHITE BOTTLE

122 Gavi – Tenuta la Marchesa, 2015 £32


150 Favorita – Ciabot Berton, 2013 £35
RED BOTTLE

439 Dolcetto d’Alba – Ciabot Berton, 2013 £32


440 Barbera d’Alba “Santa Stefano di Perno – Giuseppe Mascarello, 2010 £85
441 Barbaresco “Bric Balin” – Moccagatta, 2009 £110
442 Barolo “Roggeri” – Ciabot Berton, 2009 £92
443 Barolo “Villero” – Giuseppe Mascarello, 2009 £190

VENETO AND ALTO ADIGE

The most famous grape variety of these regions is Pinot Grigio, however this variety can range from very poor to sublime! There are two excellent examples here plus a top flight Soave. For the reds, Valpolicella is no longer the thin insipid wine that was served in pizzerias but rather the wine the Italians have been drinking for years. Ripe, fruity and easy drinking. The big brother, Amarone della Valpolicella takes no prisoners and is truly a wine for meditation. Up in the Alto Adige, Pinot Noir is rising to fame along with some other more local varieties.



WHITE BOTTLE

123 Nina Pinot Grigio, Veneto 2016 £25


124 Pinot Grigio “Castel Ringberg” – Elena Walch, £47

Alto Adige, 2014


125 Soave “Cimalta” – Corte Adami, Veneto, 2015 £28

RED BOTTLE

444 Valpolicella Classico Ripasso “Campolietti” £35

Luigi Righetti,Veneto 2013
445 Pinot Nero – Elena Walch, Alto Adige, 2014 £41
446 Amarone della Valpolicella – Corte Adami, Veneto 2012 £80
CENTRAL ITALY

Tuscany is now so popular with British holiday makers that it has become known as Chiantishire! Well, Chianti is probably one of the most famous wines of Italy and based on the Sangiovese grape. Fewer by far are the numbers of people who recognise the big brother, Brunello di Montalcino, also Sangiovese-based but in general, far higher in quality. Down near Perugia, the vineyards surrounding the town of Montefalco create some powerful and bold reds as do the vineyards of the Abruzzo over on the eastern side of the country.



ABRUZZI
WHITE BOTTLE

142 Pecorino – La Valentina, 2015 £38


RED BOTTLE

450 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo – La Valentina, 2013 £38


TUSCANY

RED BOTTLE
447 Chianti Classico – San Giorgio a Lapi, 2011 £35
531 Tignanello - Marchesi Antinori, 2013 £190
448 Brunello di Montalcino – Pian Delle Vigne, 2009 £90
449 Montefalco Rosso – Cantina Pardi, 2009 £40
530 Bolgheri Superiore, Guado al Tasso, 2013 £200
SOUTHERN ITALY AND THE ISLANDS

The south of Italy has long enjoyed a good reputation for strong, well flavoured reds that could well be said to be a little rustic in style. With modern wine making techniques and better vineyard management, they have achieved wines of great complexity and elegance whilst losing nothing in terms of power. The real excitement comes from the whites that have changed from being almost oxidised and flabby to fresh and vibrant.


WHITE BOTTLE

126 Fiano di Avellino “Refiano” - Cavalier Pepe, Campania, 2015 £35


127 Falanghina “Lila” – Cavalier Pepe, Campania, 2015 £27
128 Greco di Tufo “Nestor” – Cavalier Pepe, Campania 2015 £37
ROSÉ BOTTLE

302 Nina Zinfandel Blush, Apuglia, 2015 £22



RED BOTTLE

451 Nero d’Avola – Antonini Ceresa, Sicily 2015 £20


452 NePriCa – Tormaresca, Apuglia 2014 £30

GERMANY

Long gone are the days when German wine was associated with Liebfraumilch. True German wines are some of the finest examples of Riesling (and more recently other grape varieties) that can be found. The cool climate allows them to offer fresh, vibrant acidity to balance the pure clean fruit flavours. From the elegant filigree style of the Saar to the luscious wines of the Rheingau, these are certainly wines not to be missed.


WHITE BOTTLE

117 Saar Riesling Spätlese – J & H Selbach,Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, 2015 £42


118 Hochheim Hölle 1st Growth (Riesling Troken) – Weingut Küenstler, £105

Rheingau, 2010



SOUTH AMERICAN

CHILE

Chile enjoys a wonderful position, bordered by the Atacama Desert to the north, Antarctica to the south and the Andes mountains to the east. No wine pests have successfully managed to invade the vineyards and thus original rootstocks are still to be found. The many different climates allow for a wealth of different grape varieties to flourish.


WHITE BOTTLE

133 Chardonnay – Lapostolle, Valle Central 2015 £21


134 Sauvignon Blanc Reserva Especial – Valle Andino, £30

Casablanca Valley, 2015



RED BOTTLE

558 Cabernet Sauvignon – Sol de Andes,Central Valley, 2013 £21


559 Merlot Reserva Especial – Valle Andino, Central Valley, 2014 £30
560 Carmenere Gran Reserva – Sol de Andes, Central Valley 2012 £36
ARGENTINA

The higher altitude vineyards of parts of Mendoza, irrigated by the snow melts of the Andes have developed a reputation for some of the world’s finest Malbecs. But the country has more to offer than just Malbec. Finely fruited Torrontes from around Salta also fares well along with other bold red varieties. Having said that, Malbec remains the king!



WHITE BOTTLE

135 Torrontes – Urban Winery, Salta, 2014 £31



RED BOTTLE

561 Syrah – Bodegas Gouguenheim, Mendoza 2016 £29


562 Malbec Reserve “Tonel 46” – Bodegas Los Toneles,Mendoza, 2013 £30
563 Malbec/Cabernet/Petit Verdot, Menedel“Unus”, Mendoza, 2013 £100

NORTH AMERICAN

North America is one of the major wine producers in the world, but aren’t featured as much as they deserve in the U.K. Originally it was the Napa Valley that caught everybody’s attention but now such areas as Oregon are very much on the radar. The wines are well worth searching out for those of you with a broad budget.



WHITE BOTTLE

145 Chardonnay, The Crusher, Napa Valley, California, 2012 £42


143 Antica, Napa Valley, California, 2014 £85
136 Staglin Family Chardonnay – Rutherford, 2010 £195
RED BOTTLE

565 Petit Syrah, The Crusher, Clarksburg, California £42


564 Old Vines Zinfandel – Scotto Wines, 2013 £28
573 Pinot Noir – Cristom “Mount Jefferson”, Willamette, Oregon £100
566 Opus One – Oakville, 2006 £650
SOUTH AFRICA

Over the last decade, South Africa has risen to prominence amongst southern hemisphere wine nations. Expect great examples of grape varieties, produced with a classic, almost European frame but tinged with a touch more sunshine. As well as more famous regions such as Stellenbosch, slightly lesser-known areas are gradually coming to prominence such as the Overberg where Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir grow superbly well.



WHITE BOTTLE

129 Chenin Blanc – Indaba Wines, Stellenbosch, 2016 £23


130 Sauvignon Blanc - Buitenverwachting, Constantia, 2016 £35
131 Blanc de Mer (Riesling Base) – Bouchard Finlayson, £36

Walker Bay, 2015


132 Chenin Blanc - Avondale Jonty’s Ducks, Paarl 2015 £45
RED BOTTLE

453 Reserve Old Block Pinotage – Darling Cellars, 2014 £37

454 Cabernet/Shiraz - Avondale Jonty’s Ducks,Paarl 2011 £48

456 Hoofgebou Cabernet Sauvignon – Stellenbosch Reserve Wines, 2013 £53

457 Pinot Noir “Galpin Peak” – Bouchard Finlayson, 2013 £18.95

AUSTRALIA

Vines were first planted centuries ago, many to slake the thirst of some of the pioneers caught up in the gold rush. In more modern times, Australia has developed the technology of wine making, not single-handedly but it certainly played a major part in the modernisation of vinification. Now there are fruit-driven, simple wines on offer, but the true glories are where the old vines from the pioneer days are still to be found that give over to bold, powerful reds.



WHITE BOTTLE

138 Highness Riesling – Rolf Binder, Eden Valley, 2016 £38


139 Chardonnay “Bond Road” – Hollick Wines, Coonawarra, 2013 £45

RED BOTTLE

570 Shiraz/Cabernet “Stock Route” – Hollick Wines, Coonawarra, 2012 £45


571 Sangiovese/Shiraz – Coriole Wines, McLaren Vale,2013 £35
572 Merlot – Irvine Springhill, South Australia, 2013 £47
575 Shiraz “Hales” – Rolf Binder, Barossa Valley, 2013 £37

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand has risen to fame over the last few decades for its high-quality production of Sauvignon Blanc, mainly from the vineyards of Marlborough. More recently, Pinot Noir has created its own fame, not only from Marlborough but also from the cooler climate of Central Otargo. Wherever or whatever you buy from New Zealand, it will offer excellent drinking at sensible prices.



WHITE BOTTLE

140 Sauvignon – Bascand, Marlborough, 2016 £26

141 Sauvignon – Bladen Estate, Marlborough, 2015 £57

RED BOTTLE

528 Pinot Noir – Featherdrop Hill, Marlborough 2016 £29


529 Pinot Noir – Bladen Estate, Marlborough, 2012 £57

LEBANON

With the rise to fame of such producers as Château Musar and Château Ksara, the wines of the Lebanon have risen in popularity over the last two decades. They are enjoyed by amateurs and connoisseurs alike, offering bold, ripe flavours that partner well with fuller flavoured dishes or char-grilled steaks.



WHITE BOTTLE

137 Blanc de l’Observatoire – Château Ksara,2015 £36



RED BOTTLE

568 Reserve du Couvent – Château Ksara,2014 £39


569 Château Musar – Bekaa Valley, 2004 £80


DESSERT WINE
BOTTLE
801 Sauternes - Château Liot, Bordeaux, France (Half bottle), 2009 £54
803 Moscatel – Manoel Pocas, Duoro, Portugal, 2015 (50cl) £38
804 Sauternes – Château Raymond-Lafon, Bordeaux, £55

France (Half Bottle), 2008



805 Banyuls ‘Leon Parce’, Dom de la Rectoire, Languedoc, France (50cl) 2015 £70
802 Aleatico, Fattoria Aldobrandesca, Tuscany, Italy (50cl Bottle), 2015 £57

FORTIFIED WINE
PORTUGAL BOTTLE

DUORO
701 Ferreira - Tawny Port, NV £33
702 Ferreira - Quinta Do Port 10yr £58
703 Ferreira - Duque de Braganca 20yr £99
704 Poças – Pink Port, Duoro, (50cl) £40
705 Poças – Tawny Port 10yr £60
706 Poças – Colheita Port, 1994 £95
707 Poças – Colheita Port, 1967 £250
708 Smith Woodhouse – Port 1997 £165
709 Warre’s – Vintage Port 1983 £230






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