Champagne & sparkling
Prosecco, Stelle d’Italia NV, Italy
Flute £6.75 Bottle £26
A lovely and lively crisp sparkling wine with a delicate lemony character and an aromatic, dry, refreshing finish.
Prosecco Argeo, Brut NV , Ruggeri, Italy
From the leading producer in Italy, a classic, elegant Prosecco with tiny bubbles – the hallmark of quality. Fresh green apples on the nose and palate, with a long crisp finish.
Rivarose Prestige Rosé, NV Provence
Flute £7.25 Bottle £30
The only sparkling pink from Provence available in the UK. A blend of Grenache and Syrah with the sparkle of the Côte d’Azur.
Champagne JM Gobillard Grand Reserve 1ère Cru Brut NV Flute £9 Bottle £50
Scrumptious combination of acidity and creaminess. As the French will confirm, better than other more famous – and more expensive – brands.
Champagne Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut NV £60
Bright, pale yellow. On the nose, there are abundant, ripe orchard fruits, particularly pear, with a hint of spices. Established in 1825, Joseph Perrier is one of the oldest houses in the region and stores its champagne in its own Roman cellars for a minimum of 3 years.
Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV
Cristal may be the favourite of rappers and F1 drivers, but it is Brut Premier which is the embodiment of the Louis Roederer style.
Laurent-Perrier Rosé Brut NV
Deep salmon pink in colour, with a wonderfully expressive bouquet and enormous depth of flavour. Plus that beautiful 17th century-style bottle.
Dom Perignon 2003
When only the very best will do. The golden hue with glints of silver and green. The delicate, numerous and vivacious bubbles that form an unbroken ring in the glass. best vintage for a generation. We have some of the last bottles of this “best vintage of a generation” outside the hedge fund cellars!