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1. VILLA DOLUCA – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 13.5%
The daddy of Turkish reds-but a big softy at heart with Black Cherry fruit from Cinsault and Karasakiz grapes
2. YAKUT – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 13.5%
Medium body, plum and cherry fruit-think Turkish Beaujolais
3. PAMUKKALE SHIRAZ – MERLOT – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 13.5%
This fruity wine excellent all-rounder. It’s perfect with red meat BBQ and cheese. Recommended from Cirrik
4. BEAUJOLAIS – LOUIS JADOT – (France) £21.50 12.5%
Light, bright fruit from Gamay – the Beaujolais grape an excellent all-rounder.
5. GRAND VIN DE BORDEAUX – Rosaville Grand Rigaud- P.S.Emilion – (France) £23.50 13.5%
Mainly Merlot, this is classy claret from a top vintage with rounded fruit and a touch of toast.
6. TORRES SANGRE DE TORO – (Spain) £18.50 13.5%
The name means “ Bull’s Blood” and it’s made from Garnacha and Cariema – it’s rich and very Spanish.
7. MONTE HARO RIOJA – (Spain) £18.50 13.5%
Very intense aromas with red fruit character. Full flavoured and well structured with a long fruity finish.
8. LALINDA MALBEC – (Argentina) £21.00 14.0%
Argentina’s flagship grapevine variety makes big, bold wines with black fruit flavours and a touch of spice.
9. ROCCO BAY SMOOTH RED – (South Africa) £15.50 13.5%
A soft, easy-drinking red with a smooth finish.A wine made from perfectly ripened grapes grown on mountain foothills, cooled by soothing Atlantic breezes.
10. Due Torri Ripasso Valpolicella Superiore – (Italy ) £28.50 13.5%
Gorgeously inviting aromas of fig, dark cherry, plum, violets and sweet spices are carried over nicely on the satiny, powerful-yet-elegant palate. Savour with osso buco, mushroom risotto or a grilled-steak pizza. (VINTAGES panel, June 2014)
11. Arc du Rhône Châteauneuf-du-Pape – (France ) £43.50 13.5%
Deliciously ripe & full redSmooth in texture and laced with the savoury-sweet spice of black pepper and touches of herbal notes, this rich Châteauneuf is ripe and full-flavoured.
12. STONEWALKER CABERNET SAUVIGNON – (South Africa ) £15.50 14.0%
Goes well with Beef, Lamb or any full flavoured red meat dish.
13. Vistamar Brisa Cabernet Sauvignon – (Chile ) £18.50 13.0%
Vistamar Cabernet Sauvignon is black cherry in colour, with aromas of black fruits such as blackberries, plums and black cherries, beautifully blended with touches of vanilla and toasty oak. Flavours of red and black fruits together with notes of toffee and smoke.
14. Vistamar Brisa Merlot – (Chile ) £19.00 13.0%
Great value Chilean merlot. Packed with red fruits and ripe plums it boasts a really juicy mouthfeel that the bright acidity certainly accentuates.And with a touch of well integrated tannins this makes a superb ‘any occasion’ red.
15. LE VERSANT PINOT NOIR – (France) £19.75 13.0%
It’s made at the oldest co-operative cellar in France (also voted ‘The Best’ by Le Revue du Vin de France). Wonderfully aromatic with complex notes of red fruits and liquorice. Full of flavour with smooth and gentle tannins.
16. Victoria Park Shiraz / Viognier – (South Australia) £24.50 13.5%
The grapes for this premium wine have been sourced from sustainably managed vineyards within South Australia. This Shiraz Viognier is bright crimson red in colour. The palate is true to variety with a generous sweet fruit core and flavours reminiscent of plums and blackberry. A subtle floral lift from the Viognier lingers through the long succulent finish.
17. Vistamar Sepia Pinot Noir – (Chile) £21.50 14.0%
Elegant, Raspberry, Cherry, Medium-bodied Casablanca, Chile- Bright rudy-red in color. Expressive aromas of fresh raspberries and cherries intertwined with notes of caramel and chocolate. Fresh, elegant and voluptuous in the mouth and provides a pleasant and complex finish.
18. SANTA CRISTINA Toscana – (Italy) £29.50 12.5%
Ruby red in colour with purple hightlights, it shows fruity aromas, particularly notes of cherries and berry fruit. Tasty and supple on the palate,it is a wine of much drinking pleasure with fruity finish and aftertaste.
19. BOLLA Valpolicella Classico – (Italy) £21.50 12.5%
Sting Notes Color: Garnet red. Bouquet: Complex bouquet of black pepper, cedar, and hints of raspberries, licorice, and walnuts. Taste: Rich black-cherry flavors are followed by a pleasant finish. Food Pairing Bolla Valpolicella pairs perfectly with rich pastas, grilled red meats, salmon, and soft cheeses.

Text by Peter Grogan, wine writer for N16 magazine and, sometimes for Daily Telegraph and a few others.

175 ml 75 cl ABV %
1. VILLA DOLUCA – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 13.5%
From Turkey’s leading producer this is made partly from Semillon – full dry but with generous citrus fruit
2. CANKAYA – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 13.5%
Fresh and floral and just off-dry, this is Turkey’s biggest-selling white wine.
3. PAMUKKALE SULTANIYE – (Turkey) £4.75 £18.50 14.0%
This wine is light, bright fruit from Denizli – The Sultaniye grape. An excellent all – rounder. Recommended from Cirrik 2.
4. CA’MONTINI PINOT GRIGIO – (Italy) £23.00 12.5%
Crisp white fruit flavours with a hint of almonds and lick of honey. On the end – yummy.
5. OYSTER BAY SAUVIGNON BLANC – (New Zealand) £21.00 13.0%
Classic Kiwi Sauvignon Blanc – grassy, gooseberry goodness at a groovy price.
6. MUSCADAT SUR LIE LEVRAUDIERE – (France) £19.50 12.0%
Clean, bone-dry white that makes an ideal aperatif – “ sur lie ” is the best style of Muscadet.
7. CHABLIS LOUIS JADOT – (France) £36.50 12.5%
Classic, steely Chablis which ideally partners seafood – what Chardonnay was invented for.
8. Vistamar Sepia Reserva Sauvignon Blanc – (Chile) £21.00 13.0%
A luscious white, oozing with rich fruit and herbal flavors, showing plenty of citrusy notes. Delivers a fine balance, with a refreshing finish of lavender and spice.
9. Stonewalker Chenin Blanc – (South Africa) £15.50 13.5%
Generous exotic tropical fruit aromas mixed with subtle guava and pink grapefruit notes. A dry and fruity wine with well balanced crisp acidity and a deliciously juciy tropical and citrus aftertaste
10. Victoria Park Chardonnay – (South Australia ) £22.50 13.5%
The grapes for this delicious wine have been sourced from sustainably managed vineyards within South Australia. This Chardonnay is pale gold with vibrant green hues. Flavours are reminiscent of citrus, honeydew melon and ripe peach with a hint of nougat and cinnamon. The palte finishes with a creamy texture and persistent mineral acidity.
11. Le Versant Viognier – Pays d’Oc France – (France ) £19.50 13.5%
Beautiful yellow colour with green glints. Intense nose of apricots, ripe peach and exotic fruits. The palate has a fresh crisp acidity and a long lingering finish .
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5. E&J GALLO WHITE ZINFANDEL – (Usa) £4.50 £17.50 9.5%
A good all-rounder, medium bodied with bright fruit and a clean finish
6. STONEWALKER – (South Africa) £4.00 £15.50 12.5%
Brilliant clear pink, with freshly crushed strawberry and ripecherry flavours. A soft dry finish with a fruity aftertaste.
7. VERANZA – (Spain) £4.50 £17.50 13.5%
A rosado made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Intensely fruit driven with aromas of raspberry, strawberry and cherry. Well structured with good depth and a refreshingly long finish.

Text by Peter Grogan, wine writer for N16 magazine and, sometimes for Daily Telegraph and a few others.

175 ml 75 cl ABV %
1. CAMPO viejo cava brut – (Spain) £23.00 12.0%
Gran Campo Viejo Cava is fruit filled with a bright, exuberant mouthfell and a crisp freshmness on the palate. Please enjoy Campo Viejo responsibly.
2. FREIXENET CAVA – (Spain) £23.50 12.0%
This wine derives its superior quality and elegand sparkle from the long period of maturation. One of the best sparkling wine Cordon Negro.

Text by Peter Grogan, wine writer for N16 magazine and, sometimes for Daily Telegraph and a few others.

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3. CHRISTIAN DE MONTAILLE BRUT, NV – (France) £37.50 12.0%
If you’re celebrating it just has to be Champagne this is first-class fizz that won’t break the bank.
4. LOUIS ROEDERER PREMIER BRUT,NV – (France) £76.50 12.0%
One of the best of the ~Grands Marques” -creamy texture with toast, nuts and plenty of “ Ooh! La-La ”

Text by Peter Grogan, wine writer for N16 magazine and, sometimes for Daily Telegraph and a few others.