1. Two Fats’ House White - £18.75
Our house wine changes frequently - please ask us for details!
2. gPG, Garganega Pinot Grigio, Italy - £21.75
Lightly aromatic with ripe citrus and baked apple characters. A fresh, easy to drink dry white wine with elegant, soft, lightly honeyed fruit.
3. Sauvignon Blanc Gros Manseng, Domaine Horgelus - £24.00
This duo of sauvignon blanc and gros manseng will seduce you with its intense notes of exotic and citrus fruits with a streak of minerality and freshness.
4. Chenin Blanc, Simonsig, South Africa - £24.50
Flavours of melons, pineapple and guava explode on the palate. It also has hints of honey and raisin with a smooth creamy finish.
5. Macabeo Chardonnay, Castillo de Montblanc, Spain - £25.00
Modern unoaked style of chardonnay with lots of peach and pineapple fruit aromas. A good level of acidity keeps the wine light and refreshing.
6. Muscadet Sevre et Maine, Domaine Manoir, France - £26.50
Fresh and zippy with a slight spritz. The perfect partner for seafood
7. Domaine Astruc d’A Chardonnay, Languedoc, France - £28.75
Pale gold wine with intense aromas of tropical and stone fruits.
8. Gavi “La Battistina”, Italy - £30.50
Aromatic, zesty nose with apple, lime, kiwi notes.
9. Sauvignon Blanc, Snapper Rock, Marlborough, New Zealand - £32.00
Classic Marlborough with zingy passionfruit, gooseberry and lime fruit aromas and flavours.
10. Villa Wolf Pinot Gris, Pfalz, Germany - £33.00
Full bodied with a dry style with fresh, unboaked fruit and a crisp texture. Ripe grapefruit flavour and a nice spicy crackle from the acidity - ideal with scallops and prawns
11. Real McCoy Riesling, Stellenbosch, South Africa - £34.00
Intense lemon-lime flavours and crisp fruitiness with a perfect balance of acidity and residual sugar. Cool hillside vineyards planted with classic varieties and a modern family-run winery have combined to produce distinctive wines with the ripe, concentrated fruity accessibility of the New World and the elegance of classic wine styles.
12. Auvigne Macon Solutre “Cuvee Classique”, France £36.00 - Pure expression of chardonnay - fruity & floral with a mineral touch & a good length in the mouth.
13. Viognier, The Smoking Loon, California, 2012 - £41.00
Expolosive aromas of apricot, honey and mango fruit salad. Flavours of peach, cantaloupe and lime zest marry to make a wonderfully complex wine that finishes with controlled dryness and acidity.
14. Chablis Domaine Geoffroy, France, 2012 - £44.00
Full and rounded - a perfect balance of rich, powerful flavours and finesse, mellowness and freshness.
15. Two Fats’ House Red - £18.75
Our house wine changes frequently - please ask us for details!
16. Pinotage, Klippenkop, South Africa - £23.00
Delicious flavours of ripe strawberry, banana, juicy plums and rich red cherry. Produced in an early drinking style with well-integrated wood and a soft, smooth finish.
17. Tempranillo, Castillo de Montblanc, Spain - £24.00
Red berries with a balsamic hint and vanilla characters from the oak ageing.
18. Cabernet/Shiraz, Simonsig, South Africa - £26.00
Smooth and well balanced with succulent spiced berry fruit and toasted mocha.
19. Merlot, Sepia Reserva, Maipo Valley, Chile - £27.00
A deep cherry-red wine, offering intense aromas of candied red fruits, off-set by delicate notes of coffee and chocolate. Juicy in the mouth with smooth, silky tannins and a long and fruity finish.
20. Minervois, Pierrick Harang, France - £28.00
Complex and fruity nose with violet, blackcurrant, black olives, pepper and cherries. Made from 80% Syrah and 20% Grenache, this wine is full and smooth.
21. Chianti, Castello di Querceto, Italy - £28.25
Medium bodied with light tannins, this Italian red is the perfect pairing with rich tomato dishes.
22. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Loli Casado, Juan de Alzate, Spain - £31.00
Predominatly made from Tempranillo, this Rioja Crianza is hand harvested and spends up-to 18 months in French oak. Cherry red in colour with ruby hints. Intense aromas of mature black fruits along with spice and vanilla nuances. Elegance in a glass!
23. Pinot Noir, Tama Vineyard Selection, Chile - £32.00
Intense aromas of strawberry, cherries and cloves combined with green tea leaf notes. It is gentle and buttery on the palate with a persistent finish.
24. Malbec, Las Moras, Argentina - £34.00
The desert climate produces a soft, full bodied wine with ripe red berries and plum flavours with an elegant touch of smoke and vanilla from its contact with wood.
25. Cabernet Franc, Petit Bourgeois, Loire Valley, France - £35.00
Aromas of strawberries, redcurrants and cherries “sweeten” the hints of spice. A wonderful freshness makes this wine delicate and easy to drink.
26. Cotes du Rhone, Domaine de la Janesse, France - £37.50
Juicy flavours of strawberry, black cherry, a tinge of minerality and spices.
27. Pinot Noir, Smoking Loon, California - £41.00
Bold aromatics of wild cherry, pomegranate, vanilla bean and a hint of white pepper. Subtle on the palate; fresh cherry, sweetened dried cranberry and basil flavours come into play with layered mocha and walnut nuances rounding out the finish.
28. Cabernet Sauvignon, Jordan Estate, South Africa - £44.00
Huge mouth-filling flavours of blackberry, cassis and vanilla. French oak barrels add a complex toastiness.
110. Cotes du Rhone Blanc, Domaine de la Janasse, France, 2014 - £44.50
Bone dry with real power. Aromas of peach and apricot, excellent concentration on the palate with vibrant acidity, a full mouth feel and refreshing acidity on the finish. This wine is partly aged in new French oak barrels for added complexity.
111. Hochheimer Classic Riesling, Domdechant Werner, Germany, 2012 - £47.00
Elegant, crisp and refreshing with vibrant fruitiness, well balanced and soft with a delicious mineral edge. From one of the oldest wine producing regions in Germany, this wine is a classic example of how refreshing and vibrant German wines can be.
112. Pouilly Fume, Domaine Henri Bourgois, Loire, 2014 £48.50
The Bourgeois family have been Sancerre wine makers for 10 generations. The estate is located in the famous village of Chavignol. Full of finesse and complex elegence - bright green fruits and flinty intensity with a subtle toasty finish.
113. Chenin avec Chene, Simonsig, South Africa, 2012/14 - £50.00
“Chenin with Wood”. Floral and honey notes combine perfectly with the spicy cinnamon sugar and toasty oak aromas fusing in an inviting, complex nose. The palate is filled with the mouth-watering flavours of caramelised baked apples, dried apricots and pears.
114. St Veran, Domaine Corsin, Burgundy (organic), 2012/13 - £54.50
The Corsins have been vignerons for many generations, producing and bottling wine in their own small, modern winery since the late 1960’s. All the grapes come from their own 12 hectares of vineyards in Davaye, Solutre, Pouilly and Fuisse with the familty taking a biodynamic approach to viticulture. Rich and full-bodied with white stone fruit, honey nuttiness and delicate flint.
115. Albarino Palacio de Fefinanes, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2013/14 - £62.00
A benchmark style from one of the best producers in the region. This wine shows the great Albarino character, fresh fruit, floral notes and subtle herbaceous elements combine in a silky white with a gentle minerality and refreshing acidity.
116. Sancerre ‘Le M.D.’, Domaine Henri Bourgeois, Loire, 2013/14 - £65.00
A regal Sancerre, the appropriately named ‘Le Mont Dames’ more than lives up to its title. Stunning aromatics with a clean, zesty palate of concentrated lime and gooseberry fruit. Crisp, mineral persistance and refined elegance are the hallmarks of this outstanding wine.
117. 9 Yards Chardonnay, Jordan Estate, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2013 - £74.00
Multi award winning wine - butterscotch, spicy cloves, lemon, lime and orange peel with complex mineral citrus flavours giving a rich mouthful, subtly balanced with toasty French Oak.
118. “Black Magic” Merlot, Jordan Estate, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2013 - £45.00
At the highly acclaimed Jordan Wine Estate, the merlot vineyards are based on Black Tourmaline-rich granite which darkens the soil and lead to perfumed, inky wines. Vibrant aromas of red plums and dark bitter chocolate are complimented by French oak and generous velvety tannins.
119. Rioja Boprdon Gran Reserva, Bodegas Franco Espanolas, Spain, 2007 - £50.00
Densely coloured with bottle ageing giving it a light ruby hue. The nose gives aromas of vanilla, spices, tobacco and leather. On the palate, it is smooth, velvety, very round and balanced. Very intense tannins with a powerful and persistent finish.
120. Rully Rouge ‘La Bergerie’, Roland Sounit, Burgandy, 2013 - £53.00
The single vineyard ‘La Bergerie’ is situated close to the charming village of Rully in the Cote Chalonnaise region of Burgundy. Blackberry and red cherry with liquorice, lilac and a touch of savoury spice.
121. Barolo ‘Flori’, Piemonte, Italy, 2011 - £54.00
‘Flori’ has all the tell-tale Barolo characteristics with tobaco, leather and violet scented aroma. The tannins are firm and pleasantly supported with plump fruit and a round silky texture, giving a good lengthy finish.
122. Crozes Hermitage ‘Le Rouvre’ Tete de Cuvee, Yann Chave, Rhone, 2011 - £65.50
‘Le Rouvre’ is selected from a plot within the ‘Chassis’ terroir, close to Pont de l’Isere where the oldest vines, over 50 years old, are grown. Full of rustic blackberries and black cherries with sweet cedar spice.
123. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico ‘Capital de Roari’, Luigi Righetti, Italy, 2011 - £68.75
An absolutely stunning red wine with layer upon layer of concentrated black cherry fruit, bitter chocolate and spice. Bursting with dark berries and beefy earthy notes - concentrated ripe flavours with silky tannins. Velvety smooth and deeply drinkable.
124. Gran Syrah, Finca Las Moras, Argentina, 2012 - £72.00
33% Tulum Valley/33% Zonda Valley/33% Pedernal Valley. A deep red-purple coloured wine. It features complex aromas with notes of red fruit and chocolate. An intense, unctuous wine with a long finish. It spends 15 months in oak barrels which provides this excellent blend with complexity and style.
125. Les Charmes de Kirwan, Margaux (2eme Vin de Ch. Kirwan, 3eme Cru Classe), 2012 - £80.00
Chateau Kirwan has been owned by the Schylers sine 1926 and is still a family home which is a rarity in the Medoc. This full-bodied wine has sweet berry fruit and toasty nuts softened with gentle tannins.
100. Georges Gardet Brut Tradition, Champagne, France - £55.00
A mixture of fruit and flowers with a well developed maturity. This champagne is ripe and fruity with a good length on the palate and a fine finish.
101. Georges Gardet Rose Brut, Champagne, France - £64.00
This rose champagne is made from 100% Pinot Noir which gives the wine soft red berry fruit flavour and a richness that is perfectly balanced. Gardet is a very small boutique producer with only 12 employees so every bottle is carefully handcrafted.
102. Laurent-Perrier Brut, Champagne, France - £64.00
Warm toasty notes balance the freshness of fruit. Perfectly balanced with a soft mouth feel that finishes clean yet delicately lingers.
103. Laurent-Perrier Ultra Brut, Champagne, France - £83.00
Light and clean, refined and elegant, this non-dosage Champagne is the perfect aperitif. Pure, delicate aromas and mineral character mingle with richer honey and fruit notes.
104. Laurent-Perrier Vintage, Champagne, France, 2006 - £83.00
Intense, complex and balanced with fine mousse, vivacious flavours and lingering freshness. Made only in the best vintages.
105. Laurent Perrier Rose, Champagne, France - £91.00
This shapely bottle is just a hint of what this seductive and lively pink champagne has to offer - rich red fruits and round, long finish.
106. Prosecco Spumante Brut, San Giovanni, Italy - £29.50
sparkling wine with a delicious palate of fresh green apples and soft juicy pears. With it’s delicate and harmonious flavour, it is ideal as an aperitif as well as with fish dishes.
107. Rose Spumante Brut, San Giovanni, Italy - £29.50
Light rose sparkling wine with generous and soft bubbles. fully flavoured with subtle red fruits and delicate floral notes. Ideal as an aperitif and an excellent accompaniment for fish.
108. Bodegas Parxet “Cuvee 21” Cava Brut, Catalonia, Spain - £34.50
This Cava is from a top producer and offers zesty lemon fruit flavour with toasted almonds and a touch of cream. This modern producer strives to use cutting edge technology and has named this Cava “Cuvee 21” as they believe this is the Cava for the 21st Century!
109. Simonsig Kappse Vonkel, Stellenbosch, South Africa - £39.00
South Africa’s first ‘Methode Champenoise’ crisp Chardonnay elegance, soft yeasty bouquet and exquisite nutty, biscuit flavours.
32. Origen Late Harvest Sauvignon Blend, Valle del Loncomilla, Chile - £6.25 (100ml) £25.50
Complex and elegant floral notes combine with delicate aromas of tropical fruit and honey. A concentrated wine with balanced acidity, freshness and sweetness.
34. Cedar Creek Botrytis Semillion, Riverina, Australia - £26.95
Aromas of marmalade with honeyed overtones, a complex palate completes the wine with flavours of dried apricot and pineapples with a long, smooth finish.
35. Botrytis Riesling ‘Mellifera’, Jordan Estate, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2012 - £40
Honeyed, spiced apricot and white flowers - a beautiful balanced dessert wine that works as well with cheeses as it does with sweets.