House Selection White

BIN Vint Bottle 175ml 250ml
1 2013 Barwang Chardonnay, Australia £20.00 £5.50 £7.50
Fresh and vibrant with notes of white peach, surrounded by zesty citrus and hints of melon
2 2015 Indaba Chenin Blanc, South Africa £23.00 £6.50 £8.00
Intense tropical fruit flavours of guava, ripeapple & pear on the palate. It has a freshclean crisp acidity that washes over you, delicious.
3 2015 Picpoul de Pinet Domaine Sainte Peyre £27.00 £7.50 £9.45
This crisp white is bursting with citrus, apricots, white flowers and mineral notes and a hint of salt air on the nose. The palate is dry but ripe with rich flavors of stone fruits and citrus.
4 2015 Pinot Grigio Altariva Valdadige, Italy £27.00 £7.50 £9.45
Cantina Valdadige has made a very good, classically shaped Pinot Grigio. With bright fruit and refreshing acidity this does the job admirably for easy aperitif drinking and light lunches. A great example.
5 2015 Sauvignon Blanc Two Rivers Malborough, New Zealand £29.95 £8.50 £10.95
Bright and fresh with hints of tropical fruit, citrus and nettle, lively and crisp.

Norfolk White Wine WINBIRRI

6 2013 Bachuss, Winbirri Vineyards Norfolk 12%vol £29.50 £8.00 £9.95
An elegant nose of grapefruits, passion fruits and floral character. Tropical fruits backed with a clean crisp finish on the palate.

House Selection Rose

7 2015 Domaine Saint Felix Grenache Cinsault, France £20.00 £5.50 £7.50
Pale pink in colour with lovely soft scented fruits
8 2015 Domaine Saint Lucie ‘Made in Provence’ £30.00
Made from mainly Cinsault grapes Vibrant colour, with aromas of strawberries and cream. Summer fruits, fresh lively style with crisp acidity, good weight and a well balanced finish

House Selection Red

9 2014 Campo Azafran Tempranillo Syrah, Spain £20.00 £5.50 £7.50
Ripe and juicy with a touch of spice
10 2014 Reserva Sanama Merlot, Chile £23.00 £6.50 £8.50
Deep ruby red with red fruits – predominantly raspberries and plums – on the nose. Ripe red fruits on the palate are balanced by soft, round tannins, and the finish is long and smooth.
11 2015 Terrapurra Pinot Noir, Chile £23.00 £6.50 £8.50
Light bodied but packed with light cherry and violet fruit
12 2014 Malbec Penedo Borges £27.00 £7.50 £9.45
Bright strawberry and floral aromas. Lively and fresh peppery spice add to milk chocolate creaminess on the palate. Hard to resist.
13 2013 Baan & Co, Shiraz Petit Verdot, Salomon Estate, Australia £29.95 £8.50 £10.95
 Unoaked with sweet black fruit, also a touch earthy, balanced by lovely dry finesse on the palate. Fine, fresh fruit but by no means not simple

Sparkling & Champagne

14 2014 Prosecco Superiore Villa Luigia Brut Il Follo, Italy £29.00 £8.95
Lively and fresh with soft pear drop and apple
15 NV Champagne Baron Albert Brut Tradition, France £39.00 £10.95
Fresh crisp with green apple a touch of brioche and biscuit, perfect house Champagne

White

16 2012 Muscat Domaine Trelaor, France £28.00
Crisp green fruit with notes of grass and a fresh grapey minerality that makes it perfect for fish
17 2015 Vermentino ‘Pagliatura’ Fattoria di Magliano, Tuscany, Italy £29.95
Lemon zest, peach flesh, wild flower, touch herbal. Palate has flesh and grip, ripe peach and lemon, herbal once more with bitter grip on the finish, works a treat with Halibut Paella
18 2014 ALBARINO EIDOS DE PADRINAN Adega dos Eidos, Spain £29.95
The very essence of a modern Albarino. Bright and lifted – but no tart edges. Just pithy citrus bounce. Lovely texture and weight in the mouth – beautifully balanced floral
19 2014 Gruner Veltliner Hochterrassen Salomon Undhof, Austria £32.00
Bright Gruner with a good dollop of fruit, fresh white pepper and crunchy acidity, all in all making it fabulous. Ideal as partner to shellfish, crab & lobster
20 2014 Rustenberg Sauvignon Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa £34.95
Crisp citrus lemon, tropical-tinged bouquet that is well defined. The palate is light on the entry with green apple and a touch of nettle, the acidity well judged with a nicely poised, straightforward finish. Lends itself perfectly as a match for Sea Bass
21 2014 Riesling Trocken Weingut Braunewell, Rhinehessen, Germany £34.95
A wonderful dry (trocken) Riesling from this excellent estate in the Rheinhessen. There’s a substantial nectarine-like fullness to this wine which is perfectly balanced with a zesty, smoky minerality. Works really well with crispy skin chicken.
22 2014 Gavi ‘Etichetta’ Tenuta la Marchesa, Piedmonte, Italy £32.50
Delightfully fresh Gavi from this historic estate, lots of bright fruit – citrus notes but no hard edges and a lovely weight and texture
23 2014 Chablis Domaine Moreau-Naudet, France £42.00
Apricot and lemon curd scents and an underlying minerality that you must coax out from underneath. The palate is medium-bodied with fresh vibrant citrus fruit and a beautifully composed, harmonious tangerine-tinged finish
24 2015 Sancerre ‘Chavignol’ Domaine Vincent Delaporte, Loire Valley, France £42.00
A perfect balance of fruit and firm minerality. This wine is composed of vines with an average age of 30-35 years. Thanks to a diversity of soils types, principally flint and limestone and a strict blending of wines from 28 plots, which adds finesse, aromatic complexity and minerality to this wine.
25 2013 CHARDONNAY Riverview Vineyard Metz Vineyard, Monterey, USA £44.50
This is a serious contender as wine of the year with our wine supplier, apricot & acacia with lemon butter, a real delight to drink
26 2011 Pinot Gris Marcel Diess £47.00
Herbal and floral essences along with musky narcissus and banana oil lend Deiss’s 2010 Pinot Gris a decidedly exotic cast, though peach and nut oils present a more familiar picture on the palate.
27 2015 Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand £54.50
The original Kiwi Sauvignon Super star,  there’s no doubting it’s a lovely example of the style, pulsing with verdant nettle, peapod, gooseberry and passion fruit flavours and pristine, luminous acidity.

Red

28 2013 Sangiovese ‘Heba’ Fattoria di Magliano, Tuscany, Italy, Beautiful aromatics with cherries and almonds, this Sangiovese has lovely beetroot undertones to its immediately-obvious black cherry fruit. While the tannins are particularly ripe the fruit isn’t overwhelmed and for the price, this shows significant class. Will work really well with all types of lamb or light game dishes. £29.95
29 2012 Pinot Noir ‘The Crater Rim’ Canterbury, New Zealand £32.50
Aromas of Violets, sweet herbs and berry fruits with black raspberry and red cherry
30 2014 Urban Malbec Bodegas y Vinedos O Fournier, Mendoza, Argentina £34.50
Dark-coloured, with equally dark fruit aromas, with clean fruit and some fine elegance. It manages to keep the typicity of the variety quite well, developing aromas of violets. The palate is balanced and fresh, with sweet tannins, intense dark berry flavours and a remarkable finish. An intense, clean Malbec that is great value and really complimets chargrilled beef dishes.
31 2014 Fleurie ‘Clos de la Roilette’ Domaine Coudert, France £36.50
Very pure with lovely definition of fruit, and a crisp minerality that makes it so drinkable. A very class act.
32 2009 Glenelly Estate Grand Vin de Glenelly, Stellenbosch, South Africa £37.00
This is the signature red wine of the Glenelly Estate, a blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Sweet spice, tight fruit tannins and a touch of vanillin from the oak combine to make a really exciting and great value wine from the Cape.
33 2010 Ruconia Reserva Rioja, Spain £39.00
Intense, dark, red cherry colour. Strong aromas of tobacco, toasty notes, creamy and ripe blackberry aromas. Round, velvety and full of volume, leaving toasted, spicy notes on the palate.
34 2013 Chateauneuf-du-Pape £44.50
Bright violet color. Peppery dark berries on the nose and in the mouth. Displays good energy and lift, with the peppery note building through a taut, focused, gently tannic finish. This is a perfect partner to braised beef or with cheese
35 2012 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Tenuta Dei,Italy £45.00
Dark berry fruit intermingled with violets and finishes of dusty cherry fruit, the classic expression of Sangiovese
36 2013 Bugalugs by Tim Smith, Barossa Valley, Australia £46.00
From another cracking Barossa vintage, this Shiraz punches above its weight. Lifted primary fruit aromas of plum and dark berry. Combine with a palate that is medium bodied and has a firm tannin finish.
37 2013 Zinfandel Titus Vineyards, USA £48.00
 Medium-bodied with elegant red berry and exotic spice flavors, the palate is supported by very fine-grained tannins and refreshing acidity before finishing long.
38 2006 Chateau Meyney Cru Bourgeois Superieur Saint Estephe £56.00
Bright, vibrant crimson and fresh, rather over the top sweet nose with plenty of oak-derived mocha and spice. Classic St Estephe.
39 2009 Barolo Vigneto Albarella Andrea Oberto, Piedmonte, Italy £59.00
Less pronounced than straight Barolo, fruit is darker, black cherry, black berry, note of sweet spice, mint and earth. Palate is tauter with more grip, centred rich tannins, dark fruit, ripe acidity, touch of mint and spice with complexing wood notes on the finish.

Stoke Mill Fine Wines

White

40 2009 Meursault Limozin Domaine Henry Germain, Burgundy, France £79.95
Well-defined citrus fruit, lemony, grapefruity, fresh acidity and total sparkling purity.
41 2012 Puligny Montrachet ‘Clos de la Mouchere’ Domaine Henri Boillet, Burgundy, France £119.95
Openly aromatic, showing ripe and with a lovely enveloping, appetising yellow fruit – ripe peach – but also a calls to mind fine leather in aroma as well a the supple, rich feel. Immense class, balance and length.

Red

42 2008 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle Domaine J Confuron Coteidot £85.00
An elegant and relatively expressive nose displays a lovely mélange comprised of Asian tea, spice, plum, violet and cool but ripe red currant. There is a lovely vibrancy present on the mineral-inflected and intense middle weight flavors that deliver excellent length on the balanced and seductively textured finale
43 1999 Chateau Cos d’Estournel £140.00
Classy and a very distinctive famous grand marque Champagnes

Champagne

44 NV Champagne Benedick Brut Rose, France £50.00
Salmon colour with evolving raspberry and cherry jelly aromas, Hints of lemon with rosehips and wild thyme on the palate.
45 NV Pol Roger White Foil, France £69.00
One of the great classics, this is another firm favourite and consistently very high in quality. It’s not just us that love it – Winston Churchill had a real passion for Pol and white foil was the fizz of choice for Kate and William who served it at Buckingham Palace for their wedding reception
46 2006 Louis Roederer Cristal £265.00
Fantastic from the start. A colossal power of beautiful rumbling Pinot maturity. It’s like chewing on the ripest grapes from Aÿ and Verzenay. At the same time ultra stylish: unmistakable Cristal essence of peach and mango sweetness, pineapple, coconut, vanilla, sprightly acidity and citrus blossom.

Dessert Wines

BIN Vint Dessert Wines  Bottle 50ml
47 2012 Muscat De Rivesaltes Domaine Treloar, France 500ML  £          28.00 4.95
A beautiful floral aroma and a rich honeyed palate with dried fruits and nuts. Treloar Muscat always aims to be less sugary and have more richness than others.
48 2011 Chateau Montiels Cru Bourgeois Sauternes, France 375ml  £          28.00 6.95
Top quality Sauternes from this young winemaker and unusually good at this price level. Perhaps a little lighter in colour and weight than previous vintages but still amply rich and sweet with a creamy, waxy texture and a cut of acidity that keeps the whole beautifully streamlined.
49 2010 Chateau Rieussec 1er Cru Classe Sauternes, France 375ml  £          45.00
the 2010 Rieussec displays impressive clarity on the nose, with fresh pineapple, grapefruit and a touch of lime flower, and tangible minerality. The palate has that “Tropicana” vibe with guava, almond and pineapple that slightly obfuscates the terroir towards the finish. This is a highly enjoyable, comparatively rich 2010 Sauternes.

Ports & Sherry

BIN Vint Ports & Sherry  Bottle 50ml
50 Valdespino Fino Innocente, Spain  £          36.00
Straw-yellow coloured, delicate and complex, with notes of almonds, the palate is savoury, with flavours of green apple, sea salt and toasty yeast
51 Valdespino Manzanilla Deliciosa, Spain  £          36.00
Pale straw yellow coloured, with a delicate yeasty, bready note on the nose, as well as a hint of flower blossom. On the palate it is very dry, a crisp and fresh and a slightly saline finish
52 Amontillado Tio Diego, Spain  £          45.00
Yeasty bread,  dried fruits and a hint of toffee, caramel and leather, very dry, very complex, with a generous body and well balanced acidity.
53 Pedro Ximenz El Candado, Spain  £          45.00
Intense aromas of dried fruits, raisins, figs, and subtle notes of chocolate and coffee. Smooth and velvety on the palate, with great length and balance.
54 Qunita do Romaniera Late Bottled Vintage Port, Portugal  £          41.95
Deep rich ruby colour with an intense nose of crushed berries and red fruits. Rich and elegant on the palate with spice, raisins and red fruit flavours
55 Qunita do Romaniera 10 Y.O. Tawny, Portugal  £          60.00
A blend of wines with an average age of 10 years in cask, the 10 year old has acquired the classic nutty, dried fruit, spicy characteristic of classic wood aged tawny Port while still retaining a freshness on the finish.  Balanced and elegant, it should be drunk slightly chilled.
56 Niepoort Tawny Dee, Portugal  £          24.50
Brick red/tawny in colour, with delicate nutty aromas and a hint of dried fruits. On the palate, very well balanced with a youthful fruity, luscious character, which integrates well with a long spirity finish.
57 Niepoort Ruby Dum, Portugal  £          24.50
A fresh, red fruit dominated style of Port. Ready to drink and no need to decant either, this is the friendliest, easiest-going port around.
58 1997 Quinta do Infantado Vintage Port, Portugal  £          75.00
Deep rich purple colour. Very aromatic on the elegant, fresh nose, with pure red fruit flavours. Soft and round tannins, with a delicate but powerful finish.
59 2004 Quinta do Romaniera Vintage Port, Portugal  £          85.00
Deep, almost opaque, ruby in colour, with ripe cherries, plums and dark chocolate perfumes on the nose. On the palate the wine is rich and sweet, but beautifully balanced by well-integrated tannins and a chocolate, plum and savoury cherry fruit.

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