White Wines

Viognier, Pays d’ Oc, France 125ml: £3.50 250ml: £6.00 Bottle: £18.00

Mont Rocher viognier. Aromas of apricot and honeysuckle. On the palate it is both dry and refreshing. As a house white it ticks all the boxes.

Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand 125ml: £4.00 250ml: £7.50 Bottle: £19.50

Youthful and exquisite. Prominent asparagus, mature peach and exotic fruit notes on the nose. Crisp with a long citric finish

White Rioja, Vina Pomal, Viura Malvasia 125ml: £ 4.20 250ml: £8.00 Bottle: £22.00

A blend of Viura and Malvasía Riojana (the local variety of Malvasía) grapes fermented in American oak barrels for about four months to increase the rich mouth-feel and spice element. Rich with an aromatic citrus and white fruit character.

Muscadet, Loire Valley, France 125ml: £4.20 250ml: £8.00 Bottle: £22.00

Chateau du Coing Sèvre et Maine.A delicate, pale lemon colour with light floral aromas of jasmine, pear and lightly toasted bread. The palate is juicy with pure, citrus fruit character and a long, fine-textured finish.

Furmint, Tokaji, Hungary 125ml: £5.00 250ml: £9.00 Bottle: £25.00

Elegant, medium bodied and just off dry. A wonderful blend of apricot and peaches. Recommended for those after a Loire chenin or Chablis.

Lembranzas Albarino, Spain 125ml: £5.20 250ml: £9.40 Bottle: £26.00

Citrus fruit hits the nose followed by apple, pear and dried candied fruits with a mineral note. Full and plentiful on the palate, with fresh acidity from the fruits and a lovely mineral finish.

Bacchus, Sussex, U.K. Bottle: £35.00

Albourne estate, over looking the South Downs, brings us this spectacular English Bacchus. On the nose it boasts elderflower and grapefruit aromas with a lingering finish and well balanced acidity.