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Wine List

White wine | Red wine | Wines by the glass | Half bottles | En Magnum | En Double Magnum | The Odd Bottle | 'In the Pink' | Pudding Wine | Port | Sherry | Sparklers! | Brasted's house Bubbles! | Bottles from Champagne houses



White Wine

Fresh & Lively

Perfect as an aperitif, these zingy light to medium-bodied wines are the equivalent to a rousing wake-up call for the palate! Largely based around the sauvignon blanc grape this is a really lively, mouth-watering selection that also work particularly well with shellfish and seafood. Picture yourself on a sunny terrace in the South of France where the oysters practically jump out of the Mediterranean onto your plate!

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Winbirri Vineyards Bacchus 2013 English Dry White wine 2013
  • £25
  • Sauvignon Blanc de Touraine Loupart (Loire) 2013
  • £26
  • Sancerre "Apud Sariacum", Domaine Raimbault (Loire) 2012
  • £45
  • Quincy "Haute Victoire", Domaine Henri Bourgeois (Loire) 2013
  • £42
  • Picpoul De Pinet, Gerard Bertrand (Languedoc) 2011
  • £29
  • Gavi di Gavi Rovereto, Michele Chiarlo (Italy) 2012
  • £39
  • Pinot Grigio, Sacchetto Venezia Giulla, (Italy) 2013
  • £6.00
  • £25
  • Brasted's House Sauvignon Blanc (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22

Elegant & Subtle

A selection of pure, individual, unoaked wines that represent archetypal characters from their respective regions and reflect the "terroir" on which the vines are raised. Our Pouilly Fumé is traditionally made by a small family producer from hand-picked fruit and exudes the steely minerality you would expect from this area. The Aligoté is a classic example of its type and certainly doesn't need a splash of cassis as it has body enough of its own. Plain grilled fish dishes cry out for these stylish, refreshing wines.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Côtes du Rhône Blanc, Pierre Solaire (Rhône) 2012
  • £32
  • Bourgogne Aligoté, Domaine Goissot (Bourgogne) 2012
  • £40
  • Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Raimbault (Loire) 2013
  • £47
  • Soave Classico, Capital Tenda Tedeschi (Italy) 2012
  • £28
  • Chenin Blanc, The Den Painted Wolf (South Africa) 2012
  • £27

Aromatic & Luscious

Full-flavoured whites with plenty of ripe fruit and attractive, floral tendencies, just put your nose in the glass and you will see what we mean by this description. Ideal as a partner to anything a little spicy or even worth a try with cheese. The Framingham Sauvignon, named after a certain Norfolk village, is a delicious example of the fruity yet fresh Marlborough style that is so popular these days. For a subtle taste explosion, our viognier has a delightfully perfumed bouquet and is full of ripe peach and apricot flavours with a luscious, lingering aftertaste.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Viognier, Tournee du Sud (Languedoc) 2013
  • £23
  • Frangy, Rousette de Savoie (Languedoc) 2012
  • £37
  • Gewürztraminer, Dopff Au Moulin (Alsace) 2013
  • £36
  • Saint Clair, Tuatara Bay Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) 2013
  • £29
  • Unwooded Chardonnay, Murphy (Australia) 2012
  • £24
  • Framingham, Riesling (New Zealand) 2010
  • £40
  • Framingham, Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) 2013
  • £37

Produced from grapes sourced from several Wairau Valley sites. A dry wine with refreshing acidity and pungent passionfruit and grapefruit aromas, along with flavours of redcurrant and capsicum and a mineral finish.

A blood connection between Ben Du Brow (the owner of this village) and the owners of The Conders End Vineyard, Rex and PJ, was discovered unexpectedly when they visited Framingham Pigot on holiday. Rex and his wife PJ called upon Ben and Jane to see the family seat. The reason for naming their Marlborough Wines 'Framingham', was that knowing of his ancestry Rex wanted to immortalise its memory on the other side of the world.

  • Brasted's House Chardonnay (Chile) 2013
  • 175 ml glass £5.50
  • £22

Rich & Sophisticated

These unctuous, mouth-filling wines offer many different layers of flavour and texture to tease the tastebuds as they come to life. What we expect from these wines is a "millefeuille" of unfolding flavours and aromas that develop in the glass and on the palate – just allow them a little breathing space before you enjoy. Here we have a group of exceptionally rich chardonnay-based beauties, they are truly elegant wines that have benefitted from some time spent in oak barrels.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Brasted's White Bordeaux, Chateau Lestrille 2012
  • £33
  • Rully Blanc, Domaine J.Drouhin (Burgundy) 2010
  • £52
  • Chablis 1er Cru, Cotes de Lechet (Burgundy) 2012
  • £49
  • Montagny 1er Cru, Berthenet (Burgundy) 2011
  • £55
  • Meursault 1er Cru, René Monnier (Burgundy) 2009/10
  • £100
  • Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru, Domaine René Monnier 2011
  • £110

Red Wine

Savoury & Fruity

These wines are to the palate as Sophia Loren to old, Italian, romantic movies: warm, sumptuous and inviting, always great company and frequently memorable! The Pinot Noir grape is every wine-maker's supreme challenge, the team at Framingham Estate have produced a truly fruit-filled gem from their best vineyards that would rival many top Burgundies and has a uniquely rich, cherried style. The wines of Chile are so "in vogue" at present that it would be hard to ignore our scrumptious pair that are both smooth, sensual and so easy to drink with delightfully soft tannins.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Pinot Noir, Bousolle, (Ardéche) 2012
  • £28
  • Valpolicella Superiore Capitel Nicalo (Italy) 2012
  • £35
  • Los Vascos, Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile) 2011
  • £31
  • Pinot Noir Framingham (New Zealand) 2012
  • £47

The wine has aromas and flavours of spicy cherries, supported by toasty oak notes and some more savoury undertones. It is soft and rich with an approachable tannin structure.

A blood connection between Ben Du Brow (the owner of this village) and the owners of The Conders End Vineyard, Rex and PJ, was discovered unexpectedly when they visited Framingham Pigot on holiday. Rex and his wife PJ called upon Ben and Jane to see the family seat. The reason for naming their Marlborough Wines 'Framingham', was that knowing of his ancestry Rex wanted to immortalise its memory on the other side of the world.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Brasted's House Merlot (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22
  • Brasted's House Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22

Warm & Spicy

A glorious collection of comforting, intense wines, many of which owe considerable allegiance to the syrah grape - or shiraz "down under". Forget everything you know about Minervois wines as this splendid example is in a class of its own, a robust blend of Rhône grape varieties that is simply bursting with fruit, a perfect match with poultry and game dishes. Tempranillo-based, our Iberian couple are particularly "user-friendly" and this elegant, supple grape always loves to accompany lamb or duck.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Côtes du Rhône, Terre de Fruits (Rhône) 2012
  • £29
  • Crozes Hermitage Les Pierelles A Belle (Rhône) 2011
  • £49
  • Gigondas, Domaine St Damien (Rhône) 2011
  • £51
  • Minervois, Château Millegrand (Languedoc) 2012
  • £27
  • Sangiovese "Le Focaie", Rocca di Montemasi (Italy) 2012
  • £38
  • Rioja Crianza, Coelus (Spain) 2010
  • £29
  • Rioja Gran Reserva, Quasar (Spain) 2005
  • £45
  • Malbec, Andeluna (Argentina) 2013
  • £27
  • J.B. Shiraz (Australia) 2010
  • £45
  • Brasted's House Shiraz (Australia) 2012
  • £6.00
  • £24

Classic

From simple everyday claret to the lofty burgundies from Domaine de la Pousse d'Or, dare we say that these wines really do "what it says on the tin"! Archetypal representatives of their individual appellations and reliably un-changing they are truly elegant classics that allow the fruit and terroir to speak for themselves. The supreme elegance and subtle harmony of a really good Burgundy can often benefit from decanting to allow the full release of all the aromas and flavours – your patience will undoubtedly be rewarded many times.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Mercurey Domaine Faivelay (Burgundy) 2012
  • £52
  • Savigny Les Beaune 1er Cru, Domaine Girard (Burgundy) 2011
  • £75
  • Gevrey Chambertin, Robert Gibourg (Burgundy) 2010
  • £80
  • Volnay 1er Cru, Domaine René Monnier (Burgundy) 2011
  • £87
  • Fleurie, Signé Vigneron, Grand Cedres (Beaujolais) 2013
  • £35
  • Brouilly, Chateau de Bagnols (Beaujolais) 2011
  • £37
  • Chateau Mayne Graves (Bordeaux Superieur) 2012
  • £28
  • Chateauneuf du Pape, Cuvée des Sommeliers (Rhône) 2006
  • £67

Robust & Intense

These monsters are not to be trifled with! Certainly not for the faint-hearted, they are crying out for some big-flavoured food to bring out all their intense flavours such as spicy plums and winter berries - a marriage made in heaven with venison and full game dishes. Château Montus produce a fabulously deep, mouth-filling Madiran that can only be described as the Heathcliff of the wine world: brooding, dark and intense, made for big meaty creations. Our Barolo is a rich, velvety, Italian that tastes like the sound of Pavarotti!

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Winbirri Vineyards Reserve 2012 English Red Wine 2012
  • £25
  • Barolo Cerequio Michele Chiarlo (Italy) 2009
  • £115
  • Chianti, Dei Colli Senesi Innocenti (Italy) 2010
  • £31
  • Château Musar (Lebanon) 2005
  • £65
  • Pinotage, The Den Painted Wolf ( South Africa ) 2010
  • £27

Fine Bordeaux

In fondest memory of our very own 'Claret Lover' ~ JB
Like these wines he was a true classic: Robust, full-bodied, elegant, colourful, well-structured, full of character and an irreplaceable Bon Viveur...

Bordeaux tasting notes!
Arguably the most renowned wines on earth, the classed growths of Bordeaux continue to epitomize the power and complexity Bordeaux blends are capable of. While most wines here are based on Cabernet Sauvignon, both Merlot and Cabernet Franc play important roles in adding layered complexity to the finished wines, and allow winemakers in each commune within the region to use the blend that is best suited to their unique combination of soil and meso-climate. The most famous communes each have their own classic traits with St. Estephe giving full, if rustic wines, from the heavy clay soils, to Paulliac's elegant balance of ripe fruits, minerality and structure to St. Julien's rich blackberry core and supple feel. Moving to the South of the region brings one to Margaux, with its notes of flowers and berries draped over a feminine frame, and then to the Graves region with wines redolent of tobacco, gravel and smoke. To the East lies the famous appellations of St. Emillion, with its wonderfully ripe Cabernet Franc, and Pomerol where Merlot rules the roost and produces deep, plush wines of uncommon refinement.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Brasted's House Bordeaux Château Ramonette 2010
  • £7.50
  • £28
  • Château La Croix Blanche, St Emilion 2011
  • £39
  • Château Coucy, St Emilion 2011
  • £45
  • Château du Pez, St Estephe 2007
  • £100
  • Les Charmes de Kirwan, Margaux 2011
  • £70
  • Château Smith Haut Lafitte 2003
  • £155
  • Connétable de Talbot 2005
  • £99
  • Château Brane Cantenac, Margaux 2004
  • £96
  • Château Vincent, Margaux 2000
  • £99

Wines by the glass

White Wine

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Brasted's House Sauvignon Blanc (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22
  • Brasted's House Chardonnay (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22
  • Pinot Grigio, Sacchetto Venezia Giulla, (Italy) 2013
  • £6.00
  • £25

Rosé Wine

  • Rosé, (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22

Red Wine

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Brasted's House Merlot (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22
  • Brasted's House Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22
  • Brasted's House Shiraz (Australia) 2012
  • £6.00
  • £25
  • Brasted's House Bordeaux 2010
  • £7.50
  • £28

Half bottles

White Wine

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Chablis (Burgundy)
  • £26
  • Pouilly Fumé (Loire)
  • £28
  • Sancerre (Loire)
  • £29
  • Pinot Grigio (Italy)
  • £20
  • Soave (Italy)
  • £18
  • Riesling, DR Loosen (Germany)
  • £19

Red Wine

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Côtes de Rhone, (Rhône)
  • £18
  • Fleurie, (Beaujolais )
  • £25
  • Chianti Classico (Italy)
  • £20
  • Château Beau Site, St Estephe 2006
  • £34
  • Brane Cantenac 1987
  • £59
  • Brane Cantenac 1975
  • £69
  • Château Claymore 2010
  • £26
  • Château Lamartine 2002
  • £22
  • Château Teyssier St Emilion 2002
  • £34
  • Les Fichots, Pernand Vergelesses 1999
  • £30
  • Château Musar, (Lebanon)
  • £36

En Magnum

Whites

Another gem from winemaker extraordinaire Julien Zernott, Quite aromatic on the nose with a rich and powerful palate quite full bodied for a Sauvignon Blanc and makes a great alternative to Sancerre.

  • Menetou-Salon Blanc Morogues, Domaine Pellé (Loire) 2008
  • £120

Pouilly-Fumé is a fruity dry wine made from Sauvignon. It is a fine wine, with complex notes of mineral, natural shades of citrus, quince & discreetly tinted honey. Ideal as an aperitif, it compliments seafood and fish.

  • Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Raimbault (Loire) 2012
  • £95

Domaine Fourrey Chablis premier cru is light in colour with a lemony mineral nose, a firm streak of minerality and an attractive lift on the finish.

  • Chablis Premier Cru "Côte de Lechet, Domaine Fourrey 2010
  • £100

Reds

Dense, dark, macerated fruits. Pure sweet, slightly brawny youthful fruit. Very good structure behind it, it is well rounded & fleshy.

  • Chateau Caronne St Gemme, Haut Medoc (Bordeaux) 2004
  • £89

One of St. Julien's most popular wines. Its large production has a quality that is consistently very high. One of the most continuously successful wines produced in Bordeaux.

  • Chateau Gruard Larose, St. Julien (Bordeaux) 1991
  • £375

The Barrot family has been wine growers in Chateauneuf du Pape since 1690. Dark and muscular, this has lots of plum, blackberry and black cherry fruit, all backed by mocha, game, plum sauce and graphite notes. The long, fleshy finish lets the fruit and minerals sing.

  • Chateauneuf du Pape, Lucien Barrot (Rhône) 2005
  • £163

Plum/purple colour along with gorgeous aromas of creosote intermixed with spring flowers, black cherries, cassis, liquorice, and stony, liquid minerals. Powerful, tannic & full-bodied wine.

  • Calon Segur St. Estephe Grand Cru (Bordeaux) 2000
  • £399

A sip of it is a veritable autumnal walk through the woods—you'll find earth, wild cherries, and trompette de la mort mushrooms in there.

  • Bourgogne Rouge, Domaine Montanet-Thoden (Burgundy) 2010
  • £141

This classic Rioja from a great vintage, and exemplifies everything that makes Rioja so appealing: silky cherry fruit, a kind of spicy earth note that suggests the Spanish terrain

  • Rioja Reserva, Castillo Ygay (Spain) 2004
  • £299

Rioja at great value for money.

  • Rioja Reserva, Marques de Riscal (Spain) 2009
  • £99

Complex and heavy wine with lots going on. One of our "Greek's" favourite wines, it is superb with Beef & Lamb and ideal for those who wish to try something new.

  • Chateau Musar (Lebanon) 2003
  • £125

En Double Magnum

Ideal for those larger parties

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Rioja Reserva, Beronia 3 litres (Spain) 2009
  • £219
  • Sangiovese Le Focaie 3 litres (Italy) 2011
  • £169

The Odd Bottle

All Reds!

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Chateau Mejean Graves 2006
  • £69
  • Château Haut Batailley, Paulillac 1999
  • £122
  • Château Haut Brion, Grand Cru 1993
  • £188
  • Château Carbonnieux 1981
  • £196
  • Château La Mission Haut Brion, Grand Cru 1988
  • £245
  • Château Margaux, 1er Grand Cru Margaux 1998
  • £444
  • Château Fleur Cardinale, St. Emilion Grand Cru 2004
  • £99
  • Château Batailley, Pauillac Grand Cru 2004
  • £125
  • Château Brane-Cantenac, Margaux 2004
  • £159
  • Château Brane-Cantenac, Margaux 2000
  • £159
  • Château Vincent, Margaux 2001
  • £111
  • Chateau Talbot, Saint Julien 1999
  • £222
  • Château Haut Bages Liberal, Pauilliac 2004
  • £77
  • Château Leoville Barton 1998
  • £178

'In the Pink'

Rosé

Pink wines are no longer reserved for "the girls" or summer holiday drinking! Rosé has become a wine for all seasons and all people. Perfect for sipping on the patio as an aperitif but equally good with delicate fish and white meat dishes. A fairly new discovery, our Sancerre Rosé is simply one of the best examples of this lovely Loire Valley wine we have tasted: fragrant, elegant, floral and packed with subtle flavours of ripe summer fruits.

  • Name
  • 175 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Pinot Grigio Blush di Venezie (Italy) 2013
  • £28
  • Zinfandel Blush, Willowood (USA) 2012
  • £24
  • Rosé, (Chile) 2013
  • £5.50
  • £22

Pudding Wine

  • Name
  • NV 750 ml
  • 125 ml glass
  • Moscatel de Setubal Adega de Pegóes 75cl (Portugal)
  • £25
  • £6.00
  • Carmes de Rieussec, Sauternes 37.5cl (Bordeaux) 2006
  • £38
  • Petit Vedrines, Sauternes 37.5cl (Bordeaux) 2007
  • £49
  • Château d'Yquem, Sauternes 1er Cru (Bordeaux) 1962
  • £2345 ono
  • Château Climens, Barsac 1er Cru 37.5cl (Bordeaux) 1998
  • £80
  • Quady, Orange Muscat 37.5cl (USA) 2012
  • £32
  • Quady, Elysium Black 37.5cl (USA) 2013
  • £30
  • Nivole Frizzante 37.5cl (Italy) 2013
  • £25

Port

  • Name
  • 125 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Barros Ruby NV
  • £6.00
  • £30
  • Pocas Pink Port NV
  • £35
  • Barros Late Bottled Vintage 2007
  • £45
  • Barros Vintage 1995
  • £85
  • Barros Colheita 1996
  • £65
  • Barros Colheita 1978
  • £145
  • Quinta de Noval 1985
  • £155
  • Warres Vintage Port 1977
  • £230
  • Sandemans 1970
  • £199
  • Quinta da Roeda 1978
  • £143

Sherry

  • Name
  • 75 ml glass
  • Williams & Humbert Dry Sack Fino
  • £4
  • Williams & Humbert Collection Oloroso 12y
  • £4.50
  • Williams & Humbert Collection Pedro Ximenez 12y
  • £4.50

Sparklers!

  • Name
  • 125 ml glass
  • Bottle
  • Winbirri Vineyards English Sparkling Wine
  • £45
  • Pinot Blush Spumante NV (Italy)
  • £29
  • Prosecco Trevigiani Fizzante Carpene Malvoti (Italy)
  • £5.50
  • £27

Brasted's house Bubbles!

  • Name
  • 175 ml
  • Bottle
  • Champagne Moutard Grand Cuvee
  • £8.50
  • Champagne Moutard Grand Cuvee
  • Half bottle £27
  • Champagne Moutard Grand Cuvee
  • £47
  • Champagne Moutard Prestige Rose
  • £52

Bottles from Champagne houses

  • Name
  • Bottle
  • Lanson N.V
  • £60
  • Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin N.V Brut
  • £75
  • Billecart ~ Salmon N.V Brut Rosé
  • £115
  • Bollinger Special Cuvée
  • £99
  • Bollinger Grand Année 1999
  • £168
  • Bollinger Grand Année 2000
  • £152
  • Bollinger Grand Année 2004
  • £135
  • Dom Perignon 2002
  • £260
  • Dom Perignon 2004
  • £260
  • Dom Perignon 1996
  • £390
  • Louis Roederer Cristal 2004
  • £288
  • Louis Roederer Cristal 2006
  • £246
  • Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 2004
  • £222
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