Wine List



ITA Prosecco, Spumante Extra Dry, Veneto, NV           6.50

Champagne Delamotte, Brut, NV           9.00

SHERRY, 70ml glass

Rich Oloroso, Emilio Lustau, Añada 1990, 10.00

Pedro Ximenez, 20 yr old Solera Especial, Williams Humbert, 10.00

Palo Cortado, 20 yr old Solera Especial, Williams Humbert, 10.00

Cream Sherry, Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla, 5.00

Manzanilla, Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla, 5.00


Quite a traditional yet outdated aperitif, Port is a lovely start to a meal. Chilled Dry White is what the Portuguese drink and swear by – and I can see why. Expect a lovely off-dry wine that is fortified and full-bodied. If that’s too adventurous for you, the Tawny 20 year is beautiful – light bronze in colour with a lengthy palate of stewed plums and spices.

Wiese and Krohn, 20 Year Old Tawny,  9.00

Wiese and Krohn, Late Bottled Vintage, 2009, 5.50

Quinta de la Rosa, Late Bottled Vintage, 2011, 6.50

Quinta de la Rosa, Dry White Port, 5.00

White port is sadly largely ignored but we absolutely love it as an aperitif; dry but rich on the palate


Pineau des Charentes is a type of French fortified wine made from either fresh, unfermented grape juice or a blend of lightly fermented grape must, to which a Cognac eau-de-vie is added then matured.

Pinot de Charentes Blanc, Ugni Blanc, Francois Mery, 3.50

Made from 1 year old Cognac which is then matured for 2 years. Delicate sweet, honey notes, delicious!

Pinot de Charentes Rose, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot, Francois Mery, 3.50

Almost like a sherry, note of plum and spice with a touch of sultanas and slight nuttiness on the finish

WINES BY THE GLASS & CARAFE from 4.00 for 125ml


Muscat Sec, Les Vignerons des Alberes, Cotes Catalanes, 2013

Viognier, The Crusher, Wilson Vineyard Clarksburg, U.S.A., 2014

Riesling, Solitar Trocken, Mosel, S.A Prum, Germany, 2015

Albarino, Terra de Asorei, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2015

Sauvignon Blanc, Nelson Family Vineyards, South Africa, 2016

Bourgogne Blanc, ‘Les Setilles’, Olivier Leflaive, Burgundy, 2012


Cotes du Roussillon Rouge, Mas Cristine, 2012

Barbera D’Asti, Fiulot, Prunotto, Piedmont, 2014

Cabernet Franc, Hannay, Elgin Valley, South Africa, 2013

Optima, Anthonij Rupert, Franschhoek, South Africa, 2012

Pinot Noir, Eradus, Awatere Valley, New Zealand, 2013


Rosa di Masi, Masi, Venezie, 2015


 Most Non-Vintage champagne is a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Chardonnay provides elegance and refinement; Pinot Noir produces berries and fat bubbles; Pinot Meunier adds a floral nose and appeal. Blanc de Blancs is made from entirely from Chardonnay, being the only white grape. Champagnes such as Bollinger tend to favour more Pinot Noir in their blend. A Blanc de Noirs is a champagne made from both Pinot Noir and Meunier, which are both red grapes producing white juice.
NON-VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE from 55.00 to 275.00

Delamotte, Brut

Delamotte, Blancs de Blanc, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger

Ruinart, Brut

Laurent Perrier, Ultra Brut

Charles Heidsieck , Brut Resérve

Pol Roger, Brut Resérve

Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs

Bollinger, Special Cuvée Brut

Krug, Grand Cuvée


Champagne Larmandier-Bernier, Latitude

This is composed exclusively of Chardonnay from the same ‘latitude’ in the south of Vertus. Very dry blend, elegant and pure flavours, a breathtaking wine!

Champagne Larmandier-Bernier, Terre de Vertus 1er Cru, 2009

Highly elegant and silky on the palate, this is a fruit intense but firmly structured vintage Champagne of great finesse. Pure and delicate bouquet with lovely walnut flavours on the aftertaste.

Jacques Selosse, INITIAL, Brut

Immensely complex aromas with a strong core of chalky minerals, honey, peach and almond with a palate that is soft and supple – the sweet and savoury mix is really engaging. Complete, polished and silky, this is a handsome interpretation of clay-driven richness, delivered with balance and flair. A true wonder of Champagne House Selosse.



Charles Heidsieck Reserve


Delamotte, Blanc de Blancs, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger                                                          1999                       95.00

Joseph Perrier, Cuvée Royale, Brut Vintage                                                                   2004                       115.00

Pol Roger Brut Vintage                                                                                                        2002                       135.00

Joseph Perrier, Cuvée Joséphine Brut                                                                             2002                       170.00

Charles Heidsieck, Blanc des Millenaires                                                                        1995                       275.00

Salon, Blanc de Blancs, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger                                                                    1997                       290.00

Cristal, Louis Roederer                                                                                                       2006                       395.00

Dom Perignon, ‘Oenotheque`                                                                                           1996                       675.00


ITA Prosecco, Spumante Extra Dry, Veneto                                                                    NV                           32.00

Il Fresco, Spumante Rosato, Villa Sandi                                                                           NV                           34.00

Although Rosé Prosecco may sound slightly unusual, Villa Sandi produces an absolutely beautiful wine. With a lovely light pink color, the Il Fresco has a very delicate nose consisting of golden apples and mountain flowers. The palate is very dry and fresh with a long, lovely fruity finish.


Jansz Cuvee Brut, Tasmania                                                                                               NV                           49.00

The Jansz Tasmania vineyard lies in the Tamar Valley, in the heart of the Pipers River region. The prestigious house of Louis Roederer was involved in the foundation of the vineyard. Produced in the méthode champeniose, the Tansz Cuvée exhibits honeysuckle and citrus scents that are immediately apparent as well as slight aromas of roasted nuts and a hint of strawberry from the Pinot Noir. Delicate fruits and creaminess wash through the mouth leaving a lingering finish of citrus and nougat.


Chateau Routas Rose, Provence,                                                                                      2014                       25.00

Masi Rosa Dei Masi, Rosato del Venezie                                                                        2014                       34.00

Mourvèdre, Consolation Vineyard, Côtes Catalanes                                               2014                45.00

Produced by Andy Cook, an old friend of owner of the restaurant, the Consolation Mourvèdre is a rich, dark pink in color and is on the sweeter side of Rosé spectrum. With a sweet aroma and notes of strawberries and icing sugar, this wine is wonderful on its own or even as a palate cleanser between courses.




The Loire produces some terrific seafood wines mainly from the Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc grapes; racing acidity, lemon freshness and minerality are keywords for this region.

 Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine ‘sur lie’, Jean François Guilbaud                                                   2014                       29.00

Vouvray, Les Coteaux Tufiers, ‘Demi-Sec`                                                                                      2014                       29.00

Chardonnay, Domaine du Cleray                                                                                                      2014                       32.00

Sancerre, Domaine de la Grande Maison                                                                                       2014                       40.00

Pouilly Fumé, Les Chaumiennes, A&E Figeat                                                                                  2015                       40.00

Saumur Blanc, Domaine Langlois-Chateau                                                                                     2013                       45.00

Owned by Champagne Bollinger, Domaine Langlois-Chateau produces a wonderfully dry and elegantly fresh Chenin Blanc which differs from the traditional Loire style. Expect bright minerality with slight hints of green apple and honeysuckle. This is an excellent wine to try if you are looking to explore the Loire beyond the classic Sancerres or Pouilly Fumés. Truly an expression of Chenin Blanc in all its splendour.


Bordeaux has recently recaptured our imagination with their white wines. They are dominated by the Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grape varietals.

Château La Fleur des Graves, Graves de Vayres                                                                            2014                       40.00

Clos Floridene Blanc, Grand vin de Graves                                                                                     2011                       66.00

Crafted by Denis Dubourdieu, hailed as the Master of white Bordeaux, Clos Floridene is a Semillon dominated blend; it is composed of 55% Semillon, 44% Sauvignon Blanc, and 1% Muscadelle. Although it is lightly oaked, this wine has a full, fresh-fruit character consisting of white peach and tangerine.


Columbard/Sauvignon, Domus Blanc, Domaine d’Uby                                                                2014                       32.00

Irouleguy, Herri Mina, Jean-Claude Berrouet                                                                                2014                       52.00

The vineyard, situated in the Pyrenees 400 metres above sea level, is operated by Jean-Claude Berrouet who spent three decades as a winemaker with the prolific Chateau Petrus. It is a splendid white blend of Gros Manseng, Petit Corbu, and Petit Manseng. This is a zippy wine alive with flavour, rip-roaring acidity. Dry and rich, this is a wine you’ll come back for.


Saint-Bris, William Fevre                                                                    `                                               2012                       35.00

The little village of Saint-Bris produces an atypical appellation in the Burgundian universe, since it is the only Burgundian white AOC that accepts the Sauvignon grape variety. It is characterised by a very aromatic bouquet of exotic fruit, fresh and silky on the palate, a wine with exquisite lightness.


Vincent Dampt is a young rising star of Chablis. He comes from a pedigree like none other, father Daniel Dampt and Grandfather Jean Defaix are both legends in the region. Vincent got his inspiration from outside of France, spending time in Marlborough, New Zealand. Needless to say this gave him a different outlook on winemaking.

 Chablis, Vincent Dampt                                                                      `                                               2015                       40.00

Chablis, 1er Cru “Vaillons”, Vincent Dampt                                                                                    2014                       62.00

Chablis, Grand Cru ‘Vaudesir`, Olivier Leflaive                                                                              2014                       118.00


Bourgogne Blanc, ‘Les Setilles`, Olivier Leflaive                                                                            2012                      38.00

Bourgogne Blanc, Domaine Leflaive                                                                                                2011                      75.00

This one is an absolute gem. Amazing freshness, depth and length for a generic Bourgogne Blanc.


Puligny-Montrachet, Francois Carillon                                                                                            2014                       85.00

Chassagne-Montrachet, ‘Blanchots’, Olivier Leflaive                                                                   2012                       95.00

Puligny-Montrachet, 1er Cru ‘Clavoillon’, Domaine Leflaive                                                      2007                       195.00

Bâtard-Montrachet, Grand Cru, Domaine Leflaive                                                                       2006                       395.00


Meursault, 1er Cru ‘Les Poruzots’, Olivier Leflaive                                                                       2013                       115.00


Auxey-Duresses, ‘La Macabrée`, Olivier Leflaive                                                                           2013                       57.00


Saint-Aubin, 1er Cru ‘ En Remilly’, Olivier Leflaive                                                                        2011                       55.00

Corton-Charlemagne, Grand Cru, Bonneau du Martray                                                              2006                       195.00

From the biggest name in Corton, these wines are big, creamy, toffee-nosed, butterscotch belters.


Rully 1er Cru Rabourcé, Olivier Leflaive                                                                                          2011                       49.00

Montagny 1er Cru Bonneveaux, Olivier Leflaive                                                                           2013                       48.00

Aligoté de Bouzeron, Domaine A & P de Villaine                                                                            2012                       47.00

From the stables of Domaine Romanee-Conti, here is the best Aligoté in the world. Think of this as more of a premier cru Burgundy, amazing structure, length, purity of fruit.


Macon-Verzé, Domaine Leflaive                                                                                                      2010                       40.00


Côtes du Rhône Blanc, ‘Belleruche`, M.Chapoutier                                                                        2014                38.00

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Château La Nerthe                                                                                     2013                110.00

Condrieu, E. Guigal                                                                                                                              2014                125.00

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Roussanne ‘Vieilles Vignes`, Château de Beaucastel                        2010                240.00


The Languedoc has become another of our favourite regions, which is producing some fantastic red, rosé and white wines for brilliant value for money. The variety and the breadth of styles mean that you can keep coming back and finding something new. The varietals here are Grenache Blanc and Gris, Viognier, Picpoul, Marsanne, Roussane and Macabeu, which is known as Viura in Spain and used for white Rioja.

Muscat Sec, Les Vignerons des Alberes, Côtes Catalanes                                          2013                20.00

Côtes du Roussillon Blanc, Mas Cristine                                                                     2013                26.00

Petit Gris, Consolation Wines, Côtes Catalanes                                                                               2013                36.00

Folio, Coume Del Mas, Collioure                                                                                                      2014                       37.00


Riesling, Beblenheim, Domaine Trapet                                                                                           2012                       48.00

Gewürztraminer, Rolly Gassmann                                                                                                     2013                62.00

Pinot Gris, A360P, Domaine Ostertag,                                                                                            2009                      110.00

This is a wine that truly justifies the price. A high level of quality and precision, in the making and vine selection, shows in the finished product -, well-balanced and aromatic and a true privilege to enjoy, a perfect accompaniment to our subtle, yet complex, fish dishes – bringing- out the best in each.

Riesling, Schloss Schonborn, Rheingau                                                                                           2013                32.00
Riesling, Solitar Trocken, Mosel, S.A Prum                                                                                     2015                       34.00

Riesling, Wehlener Spatlese, Mosel, S.A Prum                                                                              2011                       68.00

Ripe stone fruit aromas are joined by a lovely honey character. The finish is of sweet peaches and apricot but with a steely dryness lingering in the background. A tremendously complex Riesling with an exceptional buttery smoothness and creamy mouthfeel, a long lasting finish that is hard to beat

Riesling, Auslese, Bernkasteler Badstube, Mosel, J.J Prum                                                         2003                       100.00


Grüner Veltliner, Langenlois Kamptal, Weingut Loimer                                                              2014                       40.00

Riesling, Bergterrassen Federspiel, Johann Donabaum                                                                2014                       40.00


Ezerjó, Akos Kamocsay jr., Móri                                                                                                       2013                       40.00

Ezerjó is native to Hungary and can be found in either lusciously sweet dessert wines, or clean and structured dry wines. The wine shows delicate citrus, floral and spice aromas, then comes into its own on the palate, showing lively acidity and a steely mineral driven finish. With our West Coast Oysters or a bowl of Moules, this wine would be a near perfect match.  


Ribolla Selekcija, Marjan Simcic, Brda                                                                                              2012                      48.00

The Slovenian region of Brda lies immediately to the East of Italy’s Collio region, a quality wine terroir bisected by an international border and home to the Ribolla grape. Sourced from vines of over 50 years, The Ribolla Selekcija is big and complex with dried fruits, candied zest and a slice of tarte tatin.


Stobi Cuvee Blanc, Tikves                                                                                                                   2013                      32.00

Created from an intriguing blend of local grapes including R’kaciteli, Zilavka and Zupljanka, which produces an appealing bouquet of white peaches and citrus fruits. Dry with a refreshingly crisp finish, the Stobi Cuvee has delightful notes of fruit salad and lemon zest.


Italian whites tend to all have a similar almond, mineral nuance to them, with a really clean freshness and acidic bite which makes them beautiful food wines.


Roero Arneis, Camestri, Marco Porello                                                                                           2014                       40.00

Gavi, ‘No Sulphites,’ Castello di Tassarolo                                                                                      2015                       42.00

Gavi, ‘Alborina,’ Castello di Tassarolo                                                                                              2014                       60.00


Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Teruzzi & Puthod,                                                                            2014                       40.00


Soave, Pieropan                                                                                                                                  2015                       45.00

Bianco Secco, Guiseppe Quintarelli                                                                                                 2013                       79.00


Pinot Grigio, Canapi                                                                                                                             2015                       23.00

Grillo, Canapi                                                                                                                                        2014                       25.00

Chardonnay, Tenuta di Passopisciaro                                                                                              2014                       80.00



Getariako Txacolina, Gaintza, Getaria                                                                                             2014                       34.00


Treixadura, Coto de Gomariz, Ribeiro                                                                                             2013                       40.00

A blend of Treixadura, Albariño and Codello. This wine shows concentration, richness and a lovely weightiness on the plalate, balanced with good acidity and a beautiful lingering pithy finish.


Verdejo, Viña Mayor, Rueda                                                                                                             2014                       29.00


Chardonnay, Gran Vina Sol, Torres                                                                                                  2013                       32.00


Albariño, Terra de Asorei, Rias Baixas                                                                                             2015                       35.00


Rioja Blanco ‘Belezos`, Bodegas Zugober                                                                                       2012                       40.00


Portugal produces a great deal of wine that is often overlooked, ranging from crisp dry whites with a hint of saltiness and liveliness about them to heavier oaked wines with more body and structure to them.

JP Azeitao Branco, Setubal Peninusla                                                                                              2013                       26.00

douRosa, Quinta de la Rosa, Douro                                                                                                 2014                       37.00

Arinto, Quinta de Chocapahla                                                                                                           2015                       40.00


Australian wine has changed greatly over the last decade, gone are the days of over ripe, over oaked and overly boozy wines, the wines from ‘down under` are now much more about elegance, balance and using the abundance of ancient bush vines at their disposal to create expressive and concentrated wines.


Riesling, ‘Mount Barker,’ Capel Vale                                                                                                2015                       39.00

Viognier, Yalumba ‘Y Series’, Eden Valley                                                                                       2014                       40.00

Riesling, Yalumba ‘Y Series’, Eden Valley                                                                                        2015                       40.00

Riesling, Grosset ‘Polish Hill’, Clare Valley                                                                                      2015                       80.00


Chardonnay, Giant Steps, Yarra Valley                                                                                            2015                       65.00


Sauvignon Blanc/Semillion, Eagle Vale, Margaret River                                                              2013                       39.00

Chardonnay, ‘Heytesbury’, Vasse Felix, Margaret River                                                              2012                       105.00


This tiny country in the far South East corner of ‘the map` truly punches way above its weight. Burst onto the global scene in 1986 with the success of Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc, and ever since then has grown from strength to strength. Producing the world’s most consistent wines across the board. Our range truly captures the diversity and quality of this countries wineries and winemakers.


Pinot Gris, Giesen                                                                                                                                 2015                      33.00

Sauvignon Blanc, Ana                                                                                                                          2015                      36.00

Chardonnay, Hunters                                                                                                                          2013                      51.00

Wild Sauvignon, Greywacke                                                                                                               2014                      58.00

Arguably founder of Greywacke and father of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Kevin Judd’s flagship white wine. Fermented in old oak barrels using wild yeast, Greywacke a textural wine with a light and supple body. Peppery, fresh herb accents linger on the finish, where the flavours crescendo and a lemon verbena detail sings out.


Chardonnay, Neudorf Estate                                                                                                              2014                      89.00


South Africa has found its identity in the wine world and is without doubt producing arguably some of the best Sauvignon Blanc in both the New and Old world. Producers in the Swartland are making ground breaking white blends that have wine writers across the UK scrambling to write their reviews and score these wines highly.

‘Buiten Blanc,’ Buitenverwachting, Constantia                                                                              2014                       27.00

Sauvignon Blanc, Hannay, Elgin Valley                                                                                           2014                       36.00

Sauvignon Blanc, Nelson Family Vineyards                                                                                    2016                       39.00

Roussanne ‘Painted Wolf,’ The Black Pack, Swartland                                                                 2012                       39.00

Sequillo, Eben Sadie Family Wines, Swartland                                                                               2013                       58.00

Viognier, Lismore, Greyton                                                                                                                2012                       60.00

Chardonnay, Crystallum, Clay Shales, Overberg                                                       2013              60.00


A country that offers it all, where mountain ranges, proximity to the ocean and rolling fog play as big a role, if not bigger than the winemakers themselves. From the legendary status of California and its AVA’s Napa, Sonoma, Carneros, this state offers quality, diversity and consistency. Washington State to the North of California offers a completely different experience. Near desert-like conditions tempered by large difference between day and night temperatures and latitude help winemakers produce intensely flavoured Alsace-like white wines. One of my favourite regions.


 Arneis, Seghesio, Russian River Valley,                                                                                            2013                       68.00

Sauvignon Blanc, Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley,                                                                       2013                       76.00

Chardonnay, Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley,                                                                               2012                       80.00

Chardonnay, Au Bon Climat, Santa Barbara                                                                                   2012                       80.00


Viognier, The Crusher, Wilson Vineyard                                                                                         2014                       35.00


 Chile has one of the most perfect combinations of climate, geography and topography for winemaking in the world. Isolation saved its vineyards from deadly diseases in the 1800’s and the true quality of the wines are now being realised. Purity, simplicity and freshness best describes the whites.

 Gewürztraminer, Santa Digna Reserva, Valle Central                                                                  2014                       35.00

Sauvignon Blanc, Casas del Bosque, ‘Reserva,’ Casablanca Valley                                             2014                       39.00

Viognier, Casa Silva, ‘Reserva,’ Colchagua                                                                                      2014                       38.00


Near desert-like conditions forced growers up the Andes Mountains to grow vines, and this was a stroke of true genius. In some regions like the Salta province, vines are planted as high as 1800m above sea level! Combine this with long sunshine hours and you have the ideal conditions for ripe, complex fruit which retains its freshness and acidity. If you want Quality at a great price, Argentina ticks all the boxes for me.

 Pinot Grigio, Masi Tupangato, Mendoza                                                                                         2015                       30.00

Torrontes, Nieto Senetiner, Valle de Cafayate                                                                               2014                       35.00

Chardonnay, ‘Serbal,’ Bodega Atamisque, Uco Valley                                                                  2014                       48.00





The Bordeaux wines on this page are from the Left Bank which is further divided into the Médoc and Graves regions, with the Médoc to the north. The Left Bank is dominated by the Cabernet Sauvignon grape with a smaller percentage of Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc used to make up the typical ‘Bordeaux Blend.’ Legally winemakers are still allowed to use Malbec and Carignan although very few still do. The soils make a huge difference, and here they are mainly gravelly soil with the communes of Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac being more powerful due to the sediment from the Gironde river. Saint-Julien and Margaux produce more feminine reds.


Chateau Tronquoy Lalande, Cru Bourgeois Exceptionelle                                                           2008                       100.00

Château Cos D`Estournel, 2ème Cru Classé                                                                                    2007                       230.00


Réserve de La Comtesse, Château Pichon Longueville                                                                2009                       115.00

Château Pontet-Canet, Grand Cru Classé                                                                                       2006                       180.00

Château Lafite-Rothschild, 1er Grand Cru Classé                                                                          1996                       2,500.00

This is the possibly one of the greatest wines ever produced. I bought a case to celebrate the birth of my first daughter. 100 Parker points well deserved.

 Pavillon de Léoville-Poyférré, Château Léoville-Poyférré                                                           2010                       75.00
Clos du Marquis, 2nd wine of Léoville-Las-Cases                                                                            2007                       95.00
Château Léoville-Las-Cases, 2ème Cru Classé                                                                                 1999                       240.00
Château Léoville-Barton, 2ème Cru Classé                                                                                      1999                       220.00
 Chateau Paveil de Luz, Cru Bourgeois                                                                                             2011                       70.00

Château Cantemerle, Haut-Medoc, Grand Cru Classe                                                                  2010                       95.00

Chateau Rauzan-Gassies, 2eme Grand Cru Classe                                                                           2010                       120.00

Château Margaux, 1er Cru Classé                                                                                    1995                   850.00


Pessac-Leognan is found just south of the city of Bordeaux in the Graves region. The appellation is fairly recent, dating to 1987. Before then, the area was part of the Graves AOC, and known informally as Haut Graves. In the mid-seventeenth century Chateau Haut Brion became the first chateau of international renown, being praised by Samuel Pepys in 1663, while the Medoc was still a swamp. Chateau le Thil Comte Clary was bought by Chateau Smith Haut Lafite in 2012 and continues is upward trajectory, offering great claret at affordable prices.

Chateau Le Thil, Comte Clary                                                                                                            2003                       60.00

L’Esprit de Chevalier, Domaine de Chevalier                                                                                 2009                       100.00

Château Haut Brion, 1er Cru Classé                                                                                                                 1995                       900.00


Château Rival Bellevue                                                                                                                       2012                       48.00

L’Aurage, Castillon, Château Cadet                                                                                                  2010                       90.00



These Bordeaux wines come from the Right Bank. They are dominated by the Merlot grape but often feature some Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot or Cabernet Franc. The soils here are more limestone and clay affected. The wines of Pomerol have earned a cult following, with many attracting a lot of interest on the investment markets. They tend to be smooth and opulent wines, and are ideal for drinking with beef.


L’Hospitalet de Gazin                                                                                                                          2012                       75.00

This is the second wine from the renowned Château Gazin, neighbour of Petrus.

Château Trotanoy                                                                                                                                2007                       190.00

Château Hosanna                                                                                                                                 2005                       275.00

The incredible properties of the JP Moueix estates, not only include Petrus, Trotanoy, Hosanna but also Magdelaine and Latour à Pomerol.

Château Barrail du Blanc, Grand Cru                                                                                               2012                       65.00

Château Magdelaine, 1er Grand Cru Classé                                                                                   2011                       175.00

Château Bélair Monange, 1er Grand Cru Classé                                                                            2009                       255.00


As Chardonnay is to white Burgundy, so Pinot Noir is to red. The northern half, the Côte de Nuits, generally produces deeper wines with more intensity, whereas the Côte de Beaune wines have a lighter feel to them. Typical fruit flavours are of cherries, red currants, and wild strawberries with a hint of farmyard smells.


Bourgogne Epineuil, Domaine Fournillon                                                                                       2013                       45.00

Epineuil is located very close to Chablis and the similar terroir is reflected in this wine. Grown on a south facing slope with chalky soil, this wine is extremely light-bodied with almost no tannins and has light notes of cherries and blackberries with a slightly peppery finish.

Marsannay, Domaine Trapet Père & Fils                                                                                        2011                       75.00

Gevrey-Chambertin, Vielles Vignes, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet                                                                 2013                       100.00

Nuits-Saint-Georges, Clos des Fourches, Domaine Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier                       2004                       195.00

Morey-Saint-Denis, 1er Cru, La Forge de Tart, Mommessin                                                        2008                       225.00

Clos Vougeot, Grand Cru, Cuvée classic, Château de la Tour                                                      2009                       260.00


Côte de Beaune Villages, Olivier Leflaive                                                                                        2011                       46.00

Blagny, ‘La Pièce sous le Bois’, Domaine Matrot                                                                           2008                       100.00

Volnay ‘Fremiet’, Domaine Marquis d’Angerville                                                                         2009                       120.00

Pommard ‘Combes Dessus’, Domaine Marquis d’Angerville                                                      2011                       120.00


Mercurey 1er Cru ‘Les Puillets’, Chateau de Santenay                                                                 2014                       65.00

Gamay has traditionally made light and fruity early drinking wines, but more and more the techniques used by the master winemakers in Burgundy are being successfully implemented thus the standard of Beaujolais is and has shot up over the last decade.

Fleurie, ‘Grille-Midi’, Chateau de Raousset                                                                                    2013                       40.00

Moulin a Vent Coeur de Terroir, Domaine Labruyere                                                                 2013                       55.00


The Rhône Valley is clearly split into two sub-regions with distinct vinicultural traditions. The Northern Rhône has a continental climate and is dominated by the Syrah (or Shiraz) red grape and the Viognier white grape varietals, and there is often a dash of Viognier permitted into the red wine blend depending on the appellation. The Mediterranean climate of the Southern Rhône favours grape varietals such as Grenache Noir, Mouvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan. Fabulous robust wines from the south, whereas the north produces silky smooth Syrahs.


Crozes Hermitages Vieilles Vignes, Tardieu Laurent                                                                     2013                       70.00

Ermitage ‘Le Pavillon’, M. Chapoutier                                                                                             2001                       250.00


Côte du Ventoux, Delas                                                                                                                      2014                       30.00

Gigondas La Gille, Domaine Perrin                                                                                                  2012                       67.00

Vinsobres, Les Hauts de Julien, Domaine Perrin & Fils                                                                 2009                       90.00

Châteauneuf Du Pape, Château de Beaucastel                                                                              2006                       210.00

This region has become one of our favourites, partly due to our friendship with a terrific wine maker who used to live and study in St Andrews. The reds from this region are an expression of Grenache Noir, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignon predominantly.
Côtes du Roussillon Rouge, Mas Cristine                                                                     2012              26.00

‘Wild Boar`, Syrah, Consolation Wines, Côtes du Roussillon                                              2012              37.00

‘Red Socks`, Carignan Noir, Consolation Wines, Côtes Catalanes                                  2013              34.00

Côtes du Jura, ‘Trousseau’, Domaine Jean-Luc Mouillard                                      2012              58.00


Italy, on our list, represents great value; it also represents great depth of wine-making and breadth of variety.  Italian reds are traditionally characterised by cherry flavours, but they also have a lively acidity – perfect for food.


Chianti Classico, Vignamaggio, Terre di Prenzano,                                                                       2014                       42.00

Il Pino di Biserno, Tenuta di Biserno, Lodovico Antinori,                                                             2010                       95.00

Tignanello, Marchesi Antinori, Toscana IGT                                                                                   2012                       180.00


Etna Rosso, Tenuta delle Terre Nere,                                                                                              2013                       38.00

Nerello Mascalese, Passopisciaro, Andrea Franchetti                                                                  2011                       80.00

Aglianico del Vulture, ‘Pipoli`, Vigneti del Vulture, Basilicata                                                      2012                       29.00

Barbera d’Asti, Fiulot, Prunotto, Piedmont                                                                2014              37.00

Amarone del Valpolicella, Masi Contasera, Veneto                                                                      2011                       100.00

Barolo, Bricco Fiasco, Azelia di Luigi Scavino, Piedmont                                                              2004                       175.00


Spain produces powerful and robust wines, which usually show intense cherry and blackberry with notes of566oo pepper and spices and lengthy tannins. Rioja, which has a complicated ageing system, uses predominantly the Tempranillo grape with lots of oak. Ribera del Duero is similar, with complex and lengthy oak ageing processes and the Tempranillo grape, but presents a more fruit-forward style.

Mencia, Madai Origen                                                                                          2015              38.00

Reserva, Belezos, Bodegas Zugober, Rioja                                                                                      2010                       50.00

Qs2, Quinta Sardonia, Castilla y Leon                                                                                              2012                       60.00

Psi, Dominio de Pingus, Ribera Del Duero                                                                  2010              80.00

Numanthia, Bodega Numanthia, Toro                                                                        2010                95.00

Cabernet Sauvignon, ‘Mas La Plana’, Torres, Penedès                                              2010                105.00

Carmen Gran Reserva, Benjamin Romeo Rioja                                                          2007                130.00


Quinta de La Rosa, Quinta da Rosa, Douro                                                                2012                43.00

Vinha Mae, Quinta da Chocapalha, Lisboa                                                                 2010                65.00


Reichsrat von Buhl Spatburgunder, Trocken, Pflaz                                                    2013                64.00

A brilliant German Pinot Noir with lovely red fruit and forest floor flavours, a great alternative to red Burgundy


Zweigelt, Sepp Moser, Neusiedlersee                                                                        2015                33.00

Light with plenty of gentle red and black fruits, a subtle spice quality and refreshing acidity


Kadarka Blau, Sebestyén, Szekszárd                                                                           2013                52.00

Light body with gentle tannins, violet and spice on the nose. Full of raspberries and cherries on the palate

Kèkfrankos, Takler Reserve, Szekszárd                                                                       2011                75.00

Kekfrankos is dark skinned and produces wines with deep fruit and smooth tannins. This is an outstanding, well balanced wine made with old vine fruit of exceptional quality by former Hungarian winemaker of the year, Ferenc Takler


Vranec, Stobi, Tikves                                                                                       2011                30.00

Made from 100% Vranec, this wine has aromas of sour cherry, black plum and black pepper. It is full bodied with flavours of tart cherry, blackberry and leather


Terrasses de Baalbeck, Massaya, Beqaa Valley                                                         2012                68.00

Aromas of mulberry and subtle oak, the palate is meaty and spicy with layers of richly textured red berry and savoury fruits, rich and very fine


Australian wines can never be discounted – from big powerful wines from the Barossa Valley to more delicate styles like that of the McLaren Valley there is plenty of choice.

Grenache, Yalumba ‘Bush Vine’, Barossa Valley                                                                            2013                       43.00

Cabernet Sauvignon, Vasse Felix, Margaret River                                                                         2012                       70.00

Torbreck, Woodcutter’s, Shiraz, Barossa Valley                                                                            2012                       66.00

First Growth, Terra Rossa, Parker Coonawarra Estate                                                                  2001                       130.00

A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, grown on the famous red soils of Coonawarra, along with a terrific vintage make this wine a collector’s dream, especially as the founder, Mr Parker, passed away a few years ago.

 Pinot Noir, Eradus, Marlborough, Awatere Valley                                                                        2013                       45.00

Syrah, Trinity Hill, Hawkes Bay                                                                                                          2014                       42.00

Pinot Noir, Ata Rangi, Martinborough                                                                                             2014                       130.00

Ata Rangi is renowned for its Pinot Noir and is widely recognised as New Zealand’s top Pinot Noir producer. This wine’s bittersweet chocolate, coffee and cherry aromas mingle with the scent of sun-gorged plums. Supple tannins and the promise of longevity, a must for any Pinot Noir lover.


Thirst ‘Gamay’, Radford Dale, W.O. Coastal Region                                                                     2014                       35.00

Cabernet Franc, Hannay, Elgin Valley                                                                                              2013                       40.00

Optima, Antonij Rupert, W.O. Franschoek                                                                                     2012                       45.00

Proprietor Blend, Ernie Els, Stellenbosch, Louis Strydom                                                            2013                       78.00

Cabernet Sauvignon, Antonij Rupert, W.O. Franschoek                                                              2009                       98.00

MR “mvemveraats”, De Compostella, W.O. Stellenbosch                                                           2011                       115.00

Signature Bordeaux Blend, Ernie Els, Stellenbosch, Louis Strydom                                           2012                       165.00

Cabernet Franc, Antonij Rupert, W.O. Franschoek                                                                       2006                       150.00



Zinfandel, Seghesio, Sonoma County                                                                                              2014                       65.00

Pinot Noir, Au Bon Climat, Santa Barbara                                                                                       2015                       63.00

Lytton Springs, Ridge, Sonoma County [Zinfandel, Petit Syrah, Carignan]                               2012                       75.00

Cabernet Sauvignon, Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley                                                                  2010                       120.00

Cabernet Sauvignon Blend, ‘Napanook’, Dominus Estate, Napa Valley                                    2011                       160.00

Sine Qua Non, ‘Dark Blossom Syrah’, Elaine & Manfred Krankl, Ventura County                   2011                       420.00


Petit Sirah, The Crusher, Wilson Vineyard                                                                                      2014                       35.00


Cabernet Franc, Loma Larga, D.O. Casablanca Valley                                                                   2008                       44.00

Coyam, Colchagua Valley, Emiliana                                                                                                  2012                       62.00


Petit Verdot, Ruca Malen, Mendoza                                                                                                2013                       36.00

Malbec, Achaval Ferrer, Mendoza                                                                                                   2014                       45.00

Achaval Ferrer, Finca Mirador, Mendoza                                                                                        2009                       140.00

Achaval Ferrer, Finca Bella Vista, Mendoza                                                                                    2010                       150.00

Achaval Ferrer, Finca Altamira, Mendoza                                                                                       2011                       160.00

Cheval des Andes, Cheval Blanc & Terrazas de Los Andes, Mendoza                                        2008                       150.00


Château Briatte, Sauternes, France                                                          2009          glass (125ml)            9.00,  bottle                     54.00

Banyuls ‘Tradition’, Tramontane Wines                                                                   NV             glass (125ml)            5.50,  bottle                      33.00

Il Cascinone, Moscato Passito, Palazzina                                                              2013             glass (125ml)             6.50, bottle                        18.00

Tokaji Aszu, Royal Tokaji, 5 Puttonyos                                                                 2009           glass (125ml)               15.00, 50cl bottle            60.00

Rivesaltes Ambré, Consolation, Antic                                                                    1985           glass (125ml)                9.00, 50cl bottle            35.00

Quintessence, Banyuls, Coume del Mas                                                                2011                                                                   50cl bottle                50.00

Gruner Veltliner ‘Eiswein’, Weingut Rabl, Austria                                             2011                                                                   37.5cl bottle            55.00

Fiano Passito, Luigi Maffini, Campagnia                                                             2013                                                                   37.5ml bottle       60.00

A fantastic dessert wine. Dried figs and raisin aromas on the nose. Sweet and persistent taste with a long finish of toasted hazelnuts, dates and dried apricots.

Quarts de Chaume, Domaine des Baumard, Loire                                            2006                                                                   37.5cl bottle            70.00

This wine is from the Loire Valley and is made from 100% Chenin Blanc. Beautiful poise, structure and length matched with the perfect blend of acidity and sweetness make this one of the best dessert wines on offer.


Wiese and Krohn, Late Bottle Vintage, 2009                                                 glass (70ml)          5.50

Quinta de la Rosa, Late Bottle Vintage, 2011                                                glass (70ml)          6.50

Quinta de la Rosa, Dry White Port                                                                   glass (70ml)          5.00

Wiese and Krohn Tawny Port, 20 year old                                                     glass (70ml)          9.00

Graham’s Vintage 1994                                                                                     bottle                     160.00  

Graham’s Vintage 1966                                                                                     bottle                     260.00



Côtes Du Rhône Villages, Séguret, Les Coteaux Schisteux, Boutinot                                            2009              72.00

Bodegas Bilbainas, Viña Pomal, Rioja, Reserva                                                                                2005                       80.00

Château Léoville-Las-Cases, Saint-Julien, Bordeaux                                                                      1982                       1,350.00


Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve                                                                                                        NV                           110.00



We love our selection of beers. Like whisky, good beer is made from good water, something we have in abundance in Scotland. The Seafood Restaurant and St Andrew Brewing Co. have a very close relationship, as the owner of the restaurant also partly owns St Andrews Brewing co. Artisan brewing at its best, Bob ‘the brewer` Pfaff does all the brewing, bottling, labelling and packaging… Oh yes, and delivering on his own. His beers have been winning awards all over Scotland and the UK recently and the brewery is going from strength to strength. The Brewery also moved into their new brewing facility in St Andrews recently and became the first brewery to brew beer in the town of St Andrews for 114 years. The recently released Citra, was especially brewed for restaurants, being a lighter style pale ale, with lager malt being used to give it a lovely citrus lift and a bitter lingering yet light finish. The range shows the versatility and skill of this Micro-brewery and we at The Seafood Restaurant are privileged to be part of such a great Brewery and its ales


Fife Gold, St Andrews Brewing Co., 4.2%, 500ml                                                                                           6.00

Crail Ale, St. Andrews Brewing Co., 4.5%, 500ml                                                                                           6.00

Neuk Ale, St Andrews Brewing Co., 4.6%, 500ml                                                                                           6.00

India Pale Ale, St Andrews Brewing Co., 5.0%, 500ml                                                                                  6.00

The Wee Blonde, St Andrews Brewing Co., 3.7%, 500ml                                                                             6.00


Beck’s, 0.0%, 275ml                                                                                                                                            3.75




 TANQUEREY LONDON DRY                    FIFE         Scotland                  43.1%                                      3.50

Citrus and juniper palate with a tart and spicy finish. Coriander, angelica and liquorice.

TANQUEREY NO. TEN                            FIFE         Scotland                  47.3%                                      4.50

Subtle fresh grapefruit, notes of juniper, line and vanilla on the palate. Very smooth.

HENDRICK’S                                            AYR         Scotland                  41.4%                                      4.00

Big zesty nose, coriander and juniper palate with cucumber and rose petals.

THE BOTANIST                                       ISLAY       Scotland                  46%                                         4.25

From Bruichladdich Distillery, a floral nose, juniper sweetness, rich palate, citrus finish

CAORUNN                                               SPEY        Scotland                  41.8%                                      4.50

From Balmenach Distillery, rowan berry, heather, dandelion, fresh, floral and crisp.

SIPSMITH LONDON DRY                                         England                   41.6%                                      4.75

Unique copper still, 10 botanicals, floral nose, marmalade palate, citrus finish.

BOMBAY SAPHIRE                                                  England                   40%                                         3.00

Has a ripe citrus aroma with rounded spice and a touch of juniper.


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