World Wines

Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand)
Superb aromatic wine from New Zealand which has a plush, fruity taste on the palate which maintains a nice zip of acidity.

Chablis (France)
Produced from 100% Chardonnay grape with typical mineral character.

Sancerre (France)
A very good quality white wine, slightly green, grassy and full of fruit with long acidity at the end.
 
Chablis 1er Cru (France)
Round, slightly honeyed, full and structured with great finesse.

Shiraz (Australia)
Intense ruby red colour. A floral and pepper nose with clear varietal flavours.

Pinot Noir (New Zealand)
This is a delicious flavour-packed velvety red, with excellent depth of cherry and strawberry fruit.

Rioja Gran Riserva (Spain)
An excellent full-bodied Spanish red, aged for twelve months in an oak barrel giving a soft sweetish oak finish.

Chateauneuf Du Pape (France)
A superb wine with complex and intense scents, mainly blackcurrant but also notes of leather and truffles. It is an harmonious marriage of power and finesse.