White Wines

White Wine

Triade 2010 ‘Fiano. Flanghina Greco’ - The ‘new Italy’, three classic grapes hand picked in the central region of ‘Campania’ rich tropical fruit with soft and subtle fruit flavours and just a hint of vanilla from part of the wine having a short time in French barrique - delicious. £15.00

Cune Monopole ‘Dry White’ 2010 - This crisp and fresh dry white Rioja is made entirely from the white Viura grape.  It has aromas of ripe citrus fruit and is the perfect partner for fish and seafood, or on it’s own any time. £15.00

Coleridge Hill 2010 ‘Three Choirs Vineyard’ - Three Choirs is one of England’s best known single estates.  Producing wines since 1975, this crisp dry white is a great example of and is, in fact, the perfect aperitif.  It has the aromas of wild elder flower and nettle with a clean fresh and lasting finish. £15.00

A┼łuela Sauvingon Blanc 2011 ‘Casablanca Valley’ - Just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean, the Casablanca Valley produces some of the very best Chilean Sauvignon. The intense aromas of fresh herb and apple together with the flavour of exotic fruits and ripe pineapple, make this a smooth, lively and distinctive zesty wine. £16.00

Dr Loose Estate Riesling 2010 - Ernest Loosen is the current custodian of his family’s 200 year old estate.  Rated as some of the best vineyards in the Mosel, his modern approach of ‘gentle’ wine making delivers this fragrant, elegant, award winning Rieslign. Refreshingly juicy with a touch of spritz and just 8.5% alcohol. £17.50

Mâcon Blanc Lugny 2009/10 ‘Les Charmes’ - This wine is produced in the heart of Burgundy from the Chardonnay grapes grown in the limestone hills near Mâcon, fresh full flavoured with a lingering finish. £18.50

Runnymede Island Sauvignon 2010/11 ‘Marlborough - Bursting with green fruit flavours and a herbaceous twist, this delicious thirst quenching Sauvignon is what New Zealand does best. £20.00

ESK Valley Black Label Pinot Gris ‘Hawkes Bay’ 2009 - From New Zealand’s North island, this rich full bodied wine bursts with the aromas of ripe pears with hints of pineapple, and on the palate it is rich and satisfying; testimony to the excellent fruit used in it’s production. £20.00

Albarino ‘Vionta’ 2010 - From the cool North-western corner of Spain, this very stylish delicate and fragrant wine is a must for those who have not tried it before, well worth the money. £22.00

Gavi di Gavi ‘Vigneti Lugarara’ 2010 - This top estate covers 30 hectares in the heart of Piemonte.  The wines are of the best quality - the Cortese grapes are gently pressed, they see no oak thus creating a wine that has a great concentration of flavours and balanced acidity, and this is certainly one of the best that Italy produces. £22.50

Sancerre 2010 ‘Clos des Bouffants - Dry, fresh and well balanced, this full flavoured attractive wine is a constant favourite - a superb compliment to any fish dish. £23.50

Le G De Château Guiraud 2009 - Independently owned for twenty five years, this property pursues rigid standards to create a well-established ecosystem and this clearly reflects in their top quality wines. £25.00

Montagny 1er Cru Decouverte 2008/09 ‘Stéphane Aladame - This classic Burgundy has the perfume of peach and pineapple and the flavour has a good weight of citrus and stone fruit giving a lasting long finish. £28.00

Châteauneuf due Pape Blanc 2009 Domaine du Vieux Lazeret - Stylish and elegant this classic white Rhône has lovely peach and citrus flavours with a lingering. £32.50 

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