Wine List 2019
to quaff or to savour…
Water separates people of the world, wine unites them.
Champagne & Sparkling 125ml
Prosecco, Doc – extra dry, Italy - £8.00
Camel Valley Brut – Camel Valley, England NV - £11.00
Dumangin, – Premier Cru, Champagne NV - £13.00
Dumangin, – Brut Rose, Champagne NV - £15.00
Riesling Trocken – Pfalz, Germany 2017 - £8.00
Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur Lie – Loire, France 2017 - £9.00
St-Veran Chardonnay – Domaine de la Denante, Burgundy, France 2017 - £11.00
Albarino, Martin Codax – Rias Baixas 2016 - £12.00
Les Terrasses – Vignerons Ardechois, France, 2017 - £8.00
Chenas, Beaujolais GC – Château du Bois de la Salle, Burgundy, France 2015 - £9.00
Château Civrac, Cabernet & Merlot – Côtes de Bourg, Bordeaux, France 2008 - £13.00
Wild Earth, Pinot Noir – Central Otago, New Zealand 2015 - £15.00
Domaine Les Filles de Septembre, Languedoc France 2017 - £10.00
Baron Albert NV
L’Universelle, Valle de la Marne, Champagne, France - £37.00
Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes. Very fresh and elegant cuvee. Bright, harmonious and perfectly balanced.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, Classico Superiore 2016
Bucci, Marche, Italy - £24.00
The Bucci family has been growing grapes in Marche since 1700s. Aromas of vanilla, almonds, nuts, Golden apples, butterscotch and honey. Fresh and mineral finish.
Domaine Sautereau, Sancerre, Loire Valley, France - £28.00
Widely regarded as ‘best in class’ Loire Sauvignon Blanc garnering numerous awards & accolades with alluring elderflower & cut grass aromas and a succulent gooseberry fruit palate.
Cantine Dei 2015
Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG, Tuscany, Italy - £35.00
Cherry fruit on the nose with nice concentration, polished and elegant with a touch of tabacco. Nice fruit weight on the palate, plenty of damson and dark cherry fruit, good balance and length. It's one of the purest expressions of Sangiovese.
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2016
Martinborough, New Zealand - £33.00
This wine is packed with ripe red cherry and poached red plum fruits as well as inherently spicy, perfumed and earthy attributes. The way in which it rolls out on the palate is just superb; a silky, succulent and seductive red.
Doc, extra dry, Italy - £35.00
A classic prosecco from the Venetian region, delicate bubbles and stone fruit aromas. It has a concentrated finish with an easy drinking style, perfect for a summer’s day on the deck.
Camel Valley Brut 2014
Lindo Family, Nanstallon, Bodmin, Cornwall - £57.00
Traditional method, Seyval Blanc based, hugely popular, high quality Cornish sparkler made by UK winemaker of the year Sam Lindo. Great acidity is the key!
Camel Valley Rosé 2016
Lindo Family, Nanstallon, Bodmin, Cornwall - £65.00
100% Pinot Noir award winning English fizz. Light pink colour, classic English Pinot character, light floral raspberry & wild strawberry aromas. Elegant yet strong.
Dumangin, Premier Cru, NV
Vallee de la Marne, Champagne, France - £65.00
Pinot Noir,Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes. Very fresh and elegant cuvee. Bright, harmonious and perfectly balanced.
Nyetimber, Classic Cuvée NV
West Sussex, England - £70.00
Since their original plantings of classic varieties in 1988, have established themselves as England's premier sparkling wine house, making world class winesto rival the big names of Champagne. Nose of citrus fruit, brioche and shortbread. The mousse is finely pearled, soft, yet mouth-filling and persistent. Elegantly shaped and supremely poised.
Dumagin, Premier Cru Rose, NV
Vallee de la Marne, Champagne, France - £85.00
Coral pink in colour, this is a full-bodied rosé Champagne. It has a fine mousse and displays aromas of red-berry fruit followed by a palate of blackcurrants and raspberries prior to a dry finish.
Pol Roger Rèserve Brut NV
Epernay, Champagne, France - £85.00
Delicious biscuit & autumn fruit character. Equal parts blend of three main grape varieties. Ripe, elegant & balanced with a hazelnut & peachy charm. Exemplary stuff.
Louis Roederer Rosé 2011
Reims, Champagne, France - £120.00
This vintage has 62% Pinot Noir and 38% Chardonnay, vinified in oaktunswithout malolactic fermentation. Delicate pink colour. The pure, precise bouquet mingles sweet flowers (honeysuckle and lily), slightly acid red fruits (redcurrant, wild strawberry) and citrus zest (mandarin). Warm, deeply reassuring and inviting notes then appear with a smokiness and ripeness.
Krug Grande Cuvée Brut NV
Reims, Champagne, France - £225.00
Blend of more than 120 wines from 10 or more vintages its exceptional finesse is the result of a stay of at least another six years in the cellars. Over twenty years are needed to craft each bottle of Krug Grande Cuvee. Notes of toasted bread, hazelnut, nougat, barley sugar, jellied fruit, hint of apples and flowers in bloom, ripe and dried fruit, almonds, marzipan, gingerbread, sweet spice and brioche. Very fine and elegant bubbles.
Light and Refreshing Whites
Domaine Indaba, Chenin Blanc 2017
Western Cape, South Africa - £27.00
Grapes were sourced from select vineyard sites in Swartland, Paarl, Stellenbosch, characterized by soils of Table Mountain sandstone and granite. This fresh, easydrinking version offers vibrant flavors of honeyed pear, golden delicious apple and luscious tropical fruit. It was aged on the lees for five months for enhanced richness and texture on the palate.
La Chevalière, Viognier 2018
Domaine Laroche, Pays d’Oc, France - £29.00
Viognier made in a lighter style to some but still encompassing a wide range of flavours from stone fruits, honeysuckle and wild flower.
Valençay Blanc 2016
Domaine Augis, Meusnes, Valençay, Loire Valley, France - £33.00
Cool, crisp Sauvignon Blanc with plenty of zip. Refreshingly understated with ripe peach and grapefruit flavours from this excellent small Loire Valley producer.
Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine sur Lie 2017
Sebastien Chereau, Domaine de la Mortaine, Loire Valley, France - £35.00
Consistently excellent since our supplier first shipped this over 40 years ago. Adorned with an eye-catching Quintin Blake label this is a perfect aperitif or if the chef has any with a plate of oysters!
Riesling Trocken 2017 - £35.00
Cool, taut, precise, mineral and crisp. With zesty limes, crisp green apples and a minerally edge, it’s delicious with shellfish or simply on its own.
Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Marlborough, New Zealand - £40.00
Pink grapefruit, passion fruit, frangipani and pineapple aromas wow the senses, Full of flavour, balanced with good acidity and a fresh, zesty finish.
Albariño, Lias 2016
Bodegas Martin Codax, Rías Baixas, Spain - £47.00
Great aromatic intensity, fresh passion fruit, pear and citrus aromas rise from the glass. Zesty on the palate, with good flavour intensity and great freshness on the long finish.
Menetou-Salon,Domaine Jean Tellier 2017
Loire, France - £51.00
This highly-regarded Menetou-Salon sauvignon blanc has a bountiful tropical fruit bouquet and sensuous, silk-textured palate with appealing citrus notes and an elegant, dry finish.
# Greywacke, Sauvignon Blanc 2016
Marlborough, New Zealand - £64.00
Displays a complex aroma of tropical fruit, grapefruit, melon, gooseberries and freshly cut grass. Citrus fruit on the palate. Wine is fresh with lively acidity.
Medium Bodied Whites
Kumeu Chardonnay 2017
Michael Brajkovich, New Zealand - £37.00
Instantly appealing, it is fresh and mouth filling with generous, peachy, slightly biscuit flavours, finely balanced acidity, considerable complexity and good length.
Kamptal Gruner Veltliner 2017
Loimer, Kamptal, Lower Austria - £37.00
Inviting aromas of herbs, supported by a peppery spiciness, followed by fresh cut apple fruit. Racy & crisp on the palate, yet beautifully balanced. Bone dry, refreshing, typical “Grüner” herbal character.
Bergerac Blanc 2017
Domaine l’Ancienne Cure, South-west, France - £39.00
70% Sauvignon Blanc and 30% Semillon, 9 months in barrel. Deep golden colour, sweet floral nose. The palate is dry, tropical fruit aromas, peach, great balance between acidity. Creamy mouthfeel.
Cuvée L’Amanlie' 2016
Camp Galhan Estate, Vin de Pays Duché d'Uzès, Languedoc, France - £39.00
A blend of Viognier, Grenache Blanc & Rousanne. Alluring white peach aromas, a palate packed with ripe stone fruit flavours with a lovely creamy texture & long elegant finish. An obscure alternative to Sauvignon Blanc & Chardonnay indeed - this quickens the pulses & is a must try!
Light and Refreshing Whites continued
St-Veran Chardonnay 2017
Domaine de la Denante, Maconnaise, Burgundy, France - £40.00
Fruit is rich and full with intense citrus and peach notes. Palate is juicy with creamy depth, ripe peach once more, with a lovely broad finish.
Stopham Estate, Pinot Blanc 2015
West Sussex, Southern England - £41.00
Mostly Pinot Blanc and 3% Auxerrois. Lovely pale lemon colour in the glass with fresh perfumes of pear. On the palate, pink grapefruit, melon and sweet fennel combine with a zippy acidity. Well balanced, the wine has a succulent sweetness which lasts well into the lengthy finish.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, Classico Superiore 2017
Bucci, Marche, Italy - £43.00
Golden in colour, this wine has a layered bouquet, reminiscent of vanilla, butterscotch, almonds and nuts. Aromas of mimosa and ripe Golden Delicious apples continue on the complex palate, which has a fresh finish. There is also a mineral edge to the ripe, round flavours of wildflower honey.
Henry Schoenheitz, Gewurtztraminer 2016
Wihr-au-Val, Alsace, France - £44.00
Full-bodied and very perfumed wine, with rich aromas of flowers, spices and exotic fruits with medium sweet finish. The fresh finish gives the perfect balance. The soils are mostly granitic, and the wines pure and precise.
Pinot Gris 2016
Leon Beyer, Reserve Personnelle, Haut Rhin, Alsace, France - £55.00
Bright straw. Peach and nut aromas are complemented by a floral note. Juicy and fresh offering simple, accessible orchard fruit, sweet spice and butter flavors. Finishes fairly dry and persistent.
Arbois, Savagnin 2012
Domaine de la Pinte, Jura, France - £72.00
An aromatic dry white wine with honey, citrus and hazelnut notes followed by succulent orange flavours and a twist of aniseed.
Full Bodier Whites
Pouilly-Fumé Les Loges 2017
Domaine Dominique Guyot, Pouilly-Fumé, Loire Valley, France - £50.00
The wines of Pouilly are often compared with those of neighbouring Sancerre (“Water divides us wine unites us” is a popular local saying) however they are often richer and more full-bodied & frequently require more time to evolve. This is bright, rich, rounded Sauvignon from mature rootstock on the coveted ‘Les Loges’ escarpment in the centre of this Loire appellation.
Roussette de Savoie, Cuvée Emilie 2016
Domaine de L’Idylle, Savoie, France - £52.00
Pure Roussette grape, raised in used oak barrels. Medium-bodied wine without malolactic fermentation to preserve the wine’s freshness and acidity. Flavours of green apples, violet, honey, hazelnuts and has a very flinty minerality.
Dry Furmit, Tokaji 2015
Domaine Dobogo, Mad, Tokaji, Hungary - £53.00
Full bodied wine, with notes of white peach, white pepper, pear, lime, quince with salty mineral character and creamy texture. It was barrel fermented. Wine is a great Burgundy alternative.
'Calvarino' Soave Classico 2016
Pieropan, Soave, Veneto, Italy - £56.00
Calvarino takes its name, `little Calvary`, from the steepness of the slope & the difficulty this presents in working the vineyard. It has the classic basalt soil of Soave and is planted with Garganega & Trebbiano di Soave. Garganega gives structure & acidity. Trebbiano di Soave perfume & richness of flavour. Think classy Italian Chablis. Sublime!
IGP de la Drome
Le Viognier, France 2017 - £60.00
This Vin de Pays de la Drôme is made from pure Viognier and offers fresh peach aromas and an elegant dry finish. As recently as 1980 this grape variety was almost extinct, with less than 50 hectares surviving in and around Condrieu. Happily, since these dark days, plantings have increased significantly and Julien Montagnon makes a cracker.
De Loach Vineyards, Chardonnay 2015
Russian River Valley, California - £64.00
Chardonnay is a rich golden honey color in the glass and offers seductive aromas of Fuji apple, tangerine and baked fruit crisp with a touch of floral perfume. Full, rich flavors of mandarins, Asian pear, nutmeg and vanilla spread softly across the palate with a supple, silky mouthfeel.
Chablis 1ere Cru, Cotes de Lechet 2003
Omaine Daniel- Etienne Defaix,Burgundy , France - £80.00
A powerful style, showing buttery notes. The palate fleshes out over green apple, hay, and lemon curd, though the star here is the mouthwatering and deeply satisfying core of Chablisien mineral.
Domaine Henri Germain, Burgundy, France - £85.00
Pale green-gold, light and airy, very attractive juicy, bright-feeling wine with jolly fruit middle and a dry fresh finish. Henri Germain acquired winemaking skills at the Germain family estate, Château de Chorey-les-Beaune, before setting up on his own in 1973. His domaine is based in Meursault, where talented son Jean- François now holds sway. The chilly Germain cellar produces concentrated, minerally Meursaults.
Coulée de Serrant 2015
Nicolas Joly, Savennieres, Loire Valley, France - £140.00
Regarded as the epitome of Loire Chenin & one of France’s vinous national treasures. A beguiling bouquet of russet apples, fennel & quince. An even diverse palate of pears, herbs & minerals. Truly world class & a unique wine in a category of its own. Unbeatable.
Domaine Combe Blanche, Minevois 2015 - £30.00
Bright cherry red in colour, with a pot-pourri of damson, cherry and raspberry fruit aromas, crushed nettles, spices and garrigue herbs. The palate has plenty of bright, succulent red and black fruit flavours, with earthy undertones, a backbone of ripe, tea-like tannins, juicy acidity and a long, spicy, gently warming finish.
Le Petit Caboche 2017
La Famille Boisson, Vin de Pays de Vaucluse, Southern Rhône, France - £33.00
Made by Jean Pierre Boisson (former mayor of Chateauneuf-du-Pape) & his daughter Emilie. A blend of Caledoc, Syrah, Marselan & Grenache bursting with juicy, blackberry flavours.
Chenas, Château du Bois de la Salle 2016
Beaujolais, Burgundy, France - £35.00
This is the smallest of the Beaujolais Crus. The most heaviest out of all the Grand Crus. Light, but still full of earthiness, black fruit and little spice. Smooth finish.
Weingut Heinrich, Zweigelt 2015
Gols, Burgenland, Trocken, Austria - £48.00
Dark ruby garnet colour. Fresh sour cherry on the nose along with raspberry, liquorice, mint and clove. The flavourful palate gives notes of blackberry and bitter chocolate. The tannins are soft and rich, accompanied by understated acidity and a smooth finish.
Medium Bodied Reds
Malbec, Taymente 2015
Huarpe wines, Mendoza, Argentina - £37.00
Deep violet red in colour, good expression of ripe red fruit, especially red cherry, delicate spicy notes. Round and delicate with a long-lasting finish.
Bierzo Mencia 2015
Dominio Laderas de Leonila, Spain - £40.00
Subtly aromatic, with aniseed, fine oak and red fruit like redcurrant and raspberries. Floral on the nose. Supple, smooth, enveloping palate, beautifully balanced, with just enough acidity and fine tannins. Little black pepper on the finish.
Moulin Des Chenas, Chateauneuf ‘Lirac’ 2015
Lirac, Rhone, France - £40.00
Deep crimson in colour, with notes of strawberries and blackberries. On the palate, the wine has a velvety mouthfeel and fresh acidity. Redcurrant flavours continue through the mouth-watering finish.
Merlot, Lanzerac 2016
Stellenbosch, South Africa - £40.00
Concentrated black-berried fruit is edged with sweet vanilla hints and spicy aromas on the nose. Savoury tannins add layers of complexity, gently supporting the flavours of plum, black cherries, cooked strawberries and dark chocolate before a long, integrated finish.
Château d'Abzac Bordeaux Supérieur 2015
Famille d’Anglade, Abzac, Bordeaux, France - £42.00
90% Merlot with small dollops of Cabernets Franc & Sauvignon; this precocious 'Petit Château' has red berry aromas, a palate with a wealth of cassis flavours, great concentration & fine balance.
Spice Route, Pinotage 2017
Swartland, South Africa - £42.00
Vibrant cherry tempered by wild herb and smoky aromas. Lingering plum tomato and spice on the palate. A medium bodied wine, showing firm structure balanced by fresh fruit on the finish.
Cabernet Sauvignon, St. Helena 2017
Fog Mountain, California - £44.00
Rich, full-bodied wine, aromas of dark red fruit, dried plums, dates, red currant, rich but soft and round tannins. Bordeaux blend, aging in American oak. Great wine in not so fantastic year. Great value for money.
Pies Negros Rioja 2014
Bodegas Artuke, Rioja, Spain - £48.00
Boutique Rioja producer; the initial grape pressing is barefoot – a tradition reflected in their black feet or ‘Pies Negros’ showing the respect they feel for the land. 90% Tempranillo 10% Graciano.
Château Civrac 2008
Cotes de Bourg, Bordeaux, France - £53.00
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, aged in new oak. 35% Malbec gives a soft fruity approach with a sweet vanilla finish. Quite deep, greyish crimson. Slightly peppery and herbaceous on the nose smells very fresh and somehow summery. Some capsicum notes. Fresh and a little bit green on the palate but in an attractive rather than unripe way. Smooth and fresh, lightish but not short on the finish.
Wild Earth, Pinot Noir 2015
Central Otago, New Zealand - £60.00
Beautifully styled and composed, the immensely attractive bouquet shows red/black cherry, roasted hazelnut, game and floral characters. The palate is elegant and stylish with excellent mid palate weight and silky texture, leading to an impressively long, fine finish. A terrific example.
Bachelder Pinot Noir 2013
Willamette Valley, Oregon - £90.00
The combination of the cool climate, volcanic soil and an intense passion for well-crafted Pinot Noir in the Willamette Valley results in world-class wines. Displays ripe, red stone fruit, subtle spice, silky tannins and good length.
Cote Rotie, La Giroflarie 2015
Patrick Jasmin, France - £95.00
Traditional blend of 95% Syrah and 5% Viognier, 18 months in barrique. A bouquet of violets and stewed red fruit, darker Autumnal fruit with some cooler granitic notes. Jasmin’s wines are famous for velvety Burgundian texture and richness.
Full Bodied Reds
Peter Lehmann Shiraz 2015
Barossa Valley, South Australia - £38.00
This deeply coloured limited release Shiraz shows dark forest fruit and chocolate flavours with a classical fine tannin finish. The richly structured palate makes this a wine that drinks beautifully now but with the capacity to benefit from a few years in the cellar
Bourgueil, La Coudraye 2017
Domaine Yannick Amirault, Loire Valley, France - £49.00
From 25 to 35 years old vines on sandy slopes situated closer to the Loire River. Two thirds of this cuvee are aged in large specially designed wooden tanks, the rest in stainless steel tanks. This wine is notable for its freshness and perfume and has very fine tannins well covered with admirable flesh coming from fully ripe fruit.
Syrah du Maroc 2016
Tandem, Benslimane region, Marocco - £50.00
It has elements of a French producer Alain Graillot's Crozes (peppery, fruit-forward Syrah) combined with warming, baked fruit and spice notes that transport one to North Africa. Full-bodied wine with very smooth finish.
Domaine La Bouissiere, Gigondas 2016
Rhone Valley, France - £65.00
Small vineyard is run by the Faravel brothers, outstanding blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre. Gives classic Gigondas spice and peppery herbs to go with plenty of sweet berry fruit. Medium-bodied, juicy and pure, with surprising elegance.
The Chocolate Block, Boekenhoutskloof 2017
South Africa - £65.00
The nose is exceptionally intense and complex with red berry fruit. The nose exudes aromas of raspberry, mulberry, blackberry, damson, dark chocolate and liquorice with whiffs of cloves, nutmeg and orange rind. The wine has a soft, smooth entry, a rich mid-palate and the abundance of red and black berry fruit on the nose.
Nemea BIO, 2011 - £70.00
Agiorgitiko, Nemea, Greece
Ruby red colour and complex nose of moderate to high intensity expressed with aromas such as black cherry, soil, forest, wet leaves, mocha, chocolate, coffee, leather, cinnamon and cloves. Rich and delicious mouth feel, full-bodied with explosive fruit, nice tannins and a long fruity aftertaste.
Plexus Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre 2015
John Duval, Barossa, Australia - £70.00
Crimson purple-red with an array of red and black aromatics, wild berries and cassis. Generous on the palate, the lexus has a soft texture and fine tannins. Flavours of blackberry and dark cherry finish with hints of Asian spice and Christmas cake.
Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Balnaves, Coonawarra, South Australia - £75.00
Planted in 1975 on the famous Terra Rossa strip, winemaker Pete Bissell blends multiple small vineyard plots resulting in layered, complex wines. Deep red, intense aromas of cassis, blueberry, mint & seaweed with fine mocha-coffee French oak.
Barolo, Massolino 2013
Piemonte, Italy - £90.00
Beguiling scents of fragrant berry, rose petal, baking spice, new leather and aromatic herbs swirl around in the glass. The vibrant palate is loaded with finesse, doling out Morello cherry, crushed raspberry, cinnamon and star anise, while polished tannins and bright acidity provide impeccable balance. It's just gorgeous and while it's already accessible, it also shows midterm aging potential.
Amarone Della Valpolicella 2014
Pieropan, Veneto, Italy - £90.00
Rich & dry. Produced primarily from the Corvina grape. An elegant Amarone with a heady perfume of black cherries, red summer fruits, pepper, sweet spice. Complex, rounded, potent.
Château Lynch Bages 5eme Cru 2004
Pauillac, Medoc, Bordeaux, France - £160.00
Reveals notes of tobacco leaf, forest floor, black fruits, new saddle leather, liquorice and earth, good depth of fruit and medium body.
Côtes de Thongue, 2018
Domaine Sainte Lucie, MiP, Provence, France - £33.00
Dry, delicious, super elegant & curvaceous. Full of peach & apricot aromas and a herby soft palate with a summer berry finish. Truly delightful.
Domaine Les Filles de Septembre 2017
Côtes de Thongue, Languedoc, France - £ 34.00
This delicate Roséis made of Syrah, Cabernet Franc, Grenache Noir, Cinsault. Coral-pink rosé is red-fruit driven, zesty, dry, refreshing. Light in body.
#17 Miraval, Provence, 2017 - £52.00
Chateau Miraval, Provence
The wine has a beautiful pale, petal pink colour, with bright nuances. On the nose, it has aromas of fresh strawberries and spring flawors. It finishes with a refreshing acidity, minerality and a saline end.
Muscat de Rivesaltes 2013 (50cl)
Domaine Treloar, Vin Doux Naturel, Languedoc-Roussillon, France - £32.00
100% late harvest Muscat, fortified, with only 105g/l of residual sugar. Beautiful aromas of honeysuckle, elderflower and Turkish delight. The palate is sweet but not cloying. Flavours of dried apricots and a touch of honey.
Domaine Disznok Tokaji, 2016 (50cl)
Late Harvest, Hungary - £40.00
From the esteemed vineyards of royal tokaji, founded by Hugh Johnson in 1990. Quince and marmalade aromas dusted with nutmeg lead into a lovely sweet palate. Intense, vibrant and elegant, there are attractive flavours of fresh, ripe apricots with a long finish.
Château Sigalas-Rabaud 1er Cru Classé 2005 (75cl)
Sauternes, Bordeaux, France - £80.00
Dried tropical fruit with petals and fresh honeycomb. Vanilla & earthy minerality on the palate. Lusciously sweet, a fresh finish with good length to carry the enjoyment through.
Vinsanto Argyros (50cl)
Santorini, 2010 - £90.00
Bold aromas of toffee with a luxurious, liquid caramel and raisin fruit palate. Despite its richness, there is a remarkable level of acidity and vitality making for a long, moreish but above all balanced wine. Truly remarkable!
Domaine Dobogo, Tokaji Aszu 6 Puttonyos 2008
Mad, Tokaji, Hungary (50 cl) - £100 .00
Deep golden colour and wonderfully expressive on the nose with notes of fresh white peach, tropical fruit including mango and pineapple. On the palate it is beautifully vibrant with a great mineral acidity balancing the the intense sweetness.