Cuvée Royale Brut – £48.50
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier are blended to create this finely orchestrated cuvée aged in our cellars for a minimum of three years.
Blancs de Blancs Brut – £69.00
A Chardonnay in summer compares to a convertible car. It will beautifully complement lobsters and shellfish and gallantly escort exotic Tahiti-style salads and crawfish cocktails.
Rosé Cuvée Royale Brut – £69.50
This Rosé left to age in our cellars for a period of four years is a blend of 15 different crus and two grape varieties (25% Chardonnay, 75% Pinot Noir) and 12% Cumières Rouge.
2002 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut – £87.00
The nose has plenty of attack, with delicate floral fragrances (acacia, honeysuckle and jasmine) followed by ripe fruity notes (white peach and pear). Finally there are hints of pastries and exotic fruits.
2004 Blancs de Blancs Cuvée Royale Brut – £95.00
This Cuvée Royale Brut Vintage is the result of blending parcels of wine from 15 Grand and Premier Cru vineyards (Chardonnay 50%, Pinot Noir 41%, Pinot Meunier 9%).
2002 Rosé Cuvée Royale Brut – £95.00
To celebrate 185 years of the house, here is the first vintage Rosé made by Joseph Perrier.
Cuvée Josephine – £195.00
A wine of brilliant personality and undeniable charm, the 2002 vintage Josephine will enhance many an occasion from a luxury aperitif to grand gastronomic experiences, particularly lobster and langoustines, Santé!
Dom Perignon Vintage 2003 Brut - £195.00
Sweet, bright floral notes on the nose followed by the minerality so typical of Dom Perignon.
Chenin Blanc – Parrotfish – Olifant’s River – South Africa £21.50
Off dry, sunshine in a glass white brimming with pear drop.
Semillon/Chardonnay – Stoney Vale – Australia £21.95
Citrus and peach combine in this Antipodean blend.
Rioja Blanco – Bodegas Larchago – Spain £23.50
Made from a blend of Viura and Chardonnay, this under valued white has a tropical fruit backbone with a classic mineral finish.
Sauvignon Blanc “Frutero” – Aves del Sur – Chile £23.95
Lemongrass and a green apple zip complement a variety of fish dishes.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi – Villa Annalisa – Le Marche – Italy £24.95
A zesty citrus dominated white made from the Verdicchio grape. The Jesi region is dotted with picturesque castles nestled on the hill tops, though not as luxurious as Peckforton. Perfect for fish dishes.
Picpoul de Pinet – Domaine des Lauriers – France £25.95
This Chablis-esque white from the Coteaux du Languedoc, is most often enjoyed by the locals with shellfish and seafood.
Gewurztraminer – Simonsig Estate – Stellenbosch – South Africa £26.50
Stunning “Late Harvest” white from South Africa’s most awarded winery. Lychee and stewed passionfruit make this medium dry white an unforgettable taste experience.
Dry Riesling – Otto Gorgen – Mosel – Germany £26.75
This boutique winery on the banks of the Mosel has been in the hands of the Gorgen family since 1717. Today, Matthias Gorgen applies generations of wine making experience to produce some of the finest dry Riesling.
Viognier – Domaine du Brescou – Côtes de Thongue – France £27.95
This medal winning white is admired for its floral aromas and delicate pineapple tang.
Gruner Veltliner – Stefan Bauer – Wagram – Austria £29.55
Austria’s wines are finally being recognised for their fabulous quality. This cracking white is a blend of silky smoothness with juicy pear and melon.
Gavi di Gavi – La Caplana – Piemonte – Guido Natalino – Italy £30.95
Zesty white made from 100% Cortese. Guido Natalino tenders seven hectares of the finest Gavi di Gavi vineyards producing this incredibly elegant wine.
Sauvignon Blanc – Giddy Goose – Wairarapa – New Zealand £32.00
This playful Antipodean is crafted by home grown Kiwi, Alastair Scott and family owned winery Matahiwi estate. It is a fabulous mouthful of gooseberry and sherbet with a lemongrass and passionfruit bit. Wairarapa is known for their elegant and silky use of Sauvignon Blanc, which maintains the Kiwi characteristic we all love.
Albarino – Lagar de Indra – Rias Baixas – Spain £33.95
From Galicia in the North West of Spain comes this up and coming grape variety, renown for producing refreshing and beautifully smooth whites.
Macon Fuisse – Domaine de Fussiacus – France £34.00
Incredible concentrated un-oaked Chardonnay with creamy peach and delicate apricot.
Sancerre – Domaine Cedrick Bardin – Loire – France £38.00
This boutique award winning winery has been making great Sauvignon Blanc for generations. Cedrick has produced a modern style of Sancerre which embraces New Zealand’s fruit driven style whilst maintaining an old world backbone of elegant minerality.
Chablis “Montmains” – Domaine des Marroniers – France £42.00
Classic Chablis with the elegance that only Premier Cru vineyards can give to the wine.
Chardonnay “Calgardup” – McHenry Hohnen – Margaret River £42.00
David Hohnen, founder of Cape Mentelle and Cloudy Bay, can now be found back working in the Margaret River with brother in law, Murray McHenry and his daughter Freya. This stunning Antipodean is an exquisite journey through ripe peach orchards and vanilla pods. It is a single vineyard white which has spent time being lovingly nurtured in oak.
Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc – Domaine Berthet Rayne – France £46.50
The “New Castle of the Popes” was the Summer residence of the Popes when the Papacy was in Avignon. The area was chosen due to its exposure to sunshine and the coolness of the altitude. These two reasons also help the vineyards make some of the best wines the Rhone has to offer.
Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru – Louis Latour – France £69.00
From one of Burgundy’s most celebrated producers and from one of Burgundy’s most celebrated vineyards.
Pinot Grigio Rosé – Zellina – Veneto – Italy £22.50
Light refreshing pink from the vineyards surrounding romantic Venice.
“Jolie” – Stone Paddock – Hawkes Bay – NZ £27.50
This pink Kiwi is a blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from the North Island. This blend in a rose is originally attributed to Bordeaux where there darker coloured Rosés became known as Clairette. This has incredible strawberries and cream on the palate with a delicate mint backbone.
Tavel – Domaine Roc Epine – Rhone – France £32.00
This organic rose was recently awarded 91 points “Outstanding” from wine guru Robert Parker. Tavel is an appellation in the Southern Rhone which focuses uniquely on Rose production, and consequently has mastered its production. This is a fabulous mouthful of crisp red cherries, and delicate raspberry.
Carmenere “Perdiz” – Aves del Sur – Chile £20.50
This up and coming grape variety from Chile is becoming synonymous for smooth, value for money red.
Malbec – Aconcagua – Mendoza – Argentina £23.50
Un-oaked and jam packed with plum and stewed black cherries.
Prince Noir – Neffiez – Coteaux du Languedoc – France £25.50
Southern French blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. Incredibly velvety light red with immense elegance.
Ribera del Duero – Bodegas San Roque – Spain £27.00
Un-oaked Tempranillo from Spain’s most prestigious wine growing region. Ram jammed with hazelnut, bacon and blueberry.
The SMV – Simonsig Estate – Stellenbosch – South Africa £29.50
Launched in August 2010, this Rhone blend of Shiraz, Mourvedre and Viognier has beautiful red fruit flavours with an incredibly elegant finish thanks to the Viognier.
Morgon – Pascal Chatelus – Beaujolais – France £31.00
The village of Morgon is renown for producing the heaviest of Beaujolais’. The Gamay grape gives bags of fruit with a vegetal backbone. Great with pork.
Shiraz – McHenry Hohnen – Margaret River – Australia £32.50
Intense Shiraz from Western Australia. A tick box of pepper, chocolate and plums.
Les Breteches de Chateau Kefraya – Bekaa Valley – Lebanon £33.00
This immense red is produced from grapes grown at 1000 metres which prolongs the ripening period, giving richer and more powerful fruit. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvedre, Carignan and Syrah which are all hand harvested. A true beacon for Lebanese wine.
Rioja Crianza – Bodegas Larchago – Spain £33.95
Award winning red, which having spent 12 months cooped up in French Oak, is now bursting with blackberries and black cherries.
3 Amigos – McHenry Hohnen – Margaret River – Australia £34.00
Named after the three grape varieties in the blend; Shiraz, Grenache and Matero. This robust red offers floral and red berry aromas, coupled with hints of tobacco leaf.
Pinot Noir – Mount Hector – Wairarapa – New Zealand £34.00
An elegant spiced prune and black cherry palate with a delicate herbaceous nose and cedar backbone. It is an incredible match with our new season’s lamb. Mount Hector is the highest peak in the Wairarapa which is found on the Southern tip of the North Island.
Rioja Reserva – Bodegas Larchago – Spain £41.50
Two years in American Oak has launched this already rich red into the power house stratosphere. 100% Tempranillo with jammy blackcurrant and spice in a smooth vanilla blanket.
“Grande Reserve” – Los Vascos – Ch Lafite Rothschild – Chile £42.00
Blockbuster red from the Lafite stable using their Bordeaux expertise with Cabernet Sauvignon in producing this oaked red which represents incredible value for money, when other Lafite wines sell for up to £3000 a bottle!
Barbaresco – Montaribaldi – Piemonte – Italy £42.95
This cult red from North West Italy is made from 100% Nebbiolo, and will stand up to any Barolo. Award winning wine which complements game.
Cabernet Sauvignon “Cigar” – Yalumba – Coonawarra – Australia £43.00
This powerful, chewy Cabernet Sauvignon, from Australia’s oldest winery, has a delicious sweet vanilla and jammy blackberry palate. A long smoky finish, with spiced notes and bitter chocolate. Utilising some of the best parcels of old vines on the continent, have helped create some incredible oenological masterpieces including the “Cigar” which has been highly rated by wine guru James Halliday.
2009 Pinotage – Redhill – Simonsig Estate – Stellenbosch – South Africa £45.00
Sweet ripe mulberry, raspberry, vanilla spice with a hint of liquorice captures the characteristics of this unique grape varietal…extraordinaire. 16 months in French and American oak with tannins enhances these versatile aromas sculpturing a palate filled with lingering fruit filled pockets. Simonsig is a second generation family winery which has received nearly as many awards and plaudits as Peckforton.
Chateau Haut Beausejour – Cru Bourgeois – St Estephe – France £45.50
Classic Claret. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from the same producer as Chateau Pichon Baron.
Chateauneuf du Pape – Domaine Berthet Rayne – France £46.50
Incredible value Chateauneuf whose vineyards border the infamous and expensive Chateau Beaucastel.
Amarone delle Valpolicella Classico – Corte Vaona – Novaia – Italy £62.00
A wopper of a red weighing in over 15% alcohol. Grapes are dried before pressing giving immense concentration of cherry flavours.
Nuits St Georges Premier Cru – Domaine des Clos – France £74.00
Aristocratic Pinot Noir from this boutique winery owned by the Bichot family. Silk in a glass.
2008 Chateau Le Gay – Pomerol £155.00
Since 2005 the wines of Le Gay have become some of Pomerol’s greatest, whilst still offering great value compared to its peers. The blend is predominantly Merlot, with a small hint of Cabernet Franc. The wine is filled with truffles, Asian spice fresh plums and oak in the nose. On the palate the wine is rich and intense with layers of ripe black cherries, chocolate, liquorice and blackberry.
2006 Clos de Vougeot “Grand Cru” Domaine du Clos Frantin – France £155.00
This Grand Cru red is recognised as one of the finest Burgundy has to offer, a wine to drink before you die.
2006 Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou – Deuxieme Cru – St Julien – France £172.00
A blend of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Franc helps make this ethereal red a wonder to enjoy. Decant before serving.
A SELECTION OF EXCLUSIVE WINES BY THE GLASS AND BOTTLE
Prosecco Spumante – Vignadoro – Italy
Crystal clear with flowery aromas with hints of peach, lemon and lime followed by a great mouth feel from this spumante (fully sparkling) prosecco.
White Wine Blanco – Vina Lixia – Galicia – Spain
Soft dry white made from 100% Airen. Delicate with a crisp apple finish.
Chardonnay – Panilonco – Chile
Sun-kissed nectarine and apricot with a zesty lime backbone.
Pinot Grigio – Zellina – Veneto – Italy
Juicy pear drop and melon combine in this ever popular white.
Sauvignon Blanc – Giddy Goose – Wairarapa – New Zealand
Gooseberry and passionfruit combine in this Kiwi stunner.
Rosé Wine Blush Zinfandel – Eagle Creek – USA
Off dry rosé with juicy cherries and raspberry.
Pinot Grigio Rosé – Zellina – Veneto – Italy
Light refreshing pink from the vineyards surrounding romantic Venice.
Red Wine Tinto – Vina Lixia – Galicia – Spain
Great value red made from a blend of Tempranillo and Grenache. A touch of oak gives a delicate vanilla kiss.
Merlot “Golondrina” – Aves del Sur – Chile
Sun-kissed plums linger long in the mouth in this velvety red.
Shiraz – Stonefish – Hunter Valley – Australia
Spice, chocolate and jammy blackcurrant with a soft vanilla finish.
Rioja Crianza – Bodegas Larchago – Spain
12 months in oak gives this Tempranillo a vanilla and bacon backbone.
Dessert Wine Botrytis Semillon – Wellwood Estate – New South Wales –Australia(37.5cl)
Honeyed citrus and toffee with an apple bite.