Red Wine

175ml     250ml     500ml     Bottle

Albizu Tempranillo 2011, Spain Quintessentially Spanish, this 100% Tempranillo embodies the easy drinking charms of the grape – red berry fruits & a soft, easy-going palate.

£4.5          £6          £12          £17

Vina Marro Rioja Tinto 2011, Rioja – A modern, expressive style of unoaked Rioja with bags of fruit & a touch of spice.

                                               £20

Torremilanos Monte Castrillo 2010, Ribera With its delicious flavours of strawberry & dark cherry, this is a blend of 90% Tempranillo & 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. It spends 7 months in French oak to add some sweet, creamy cinnamon notes.

£6          £8          £16          £25

Valdetja 2006, Rioja – Tremendous fuller flavoured oaked Rioja, fruity aromas, well balanced – a perfect wine for tapas.

                                               £23

Quinta do Correio Tinto 2010, Dao – A bargain from the Dao, this mid-weight red is based on Touriga Nacional & has a lovely aroma of dried cherry, prune & a touch of cedar spice. Savoury & great value.

                                               £24

Bodegas Mengoba Mencia 2010, Bierzo Positively bouncing with fruit, this lovely unoaked wine from the North West of Spain is based on the Mencia grape and has blueberry & black cherry flavours with floral aromas of violet & iris.

                                               £27

Juan Gil Monastrell 4 Meses 2010, Jumilla Based on the beefy Monastrell grape – aka Mourvedre – this is earthy, savoury & leathery with sweet oh-so Spanish spiciness from 4 monthsin American oak. A real treat, with the warm, spicy flavour of the Mooridh South.

                                               £25

Valpiculata Puertas Novas 2009, Toro – A rich & full bodied red with a dusty blackberry fruit & fiercy spice, this wine comes from a region that lacks the fame of Rioja in export markets but that’s long been prized by the Spanish.

                                               £28

Niepoort Drink Me Tinto 2010, Douro – Made with classic port grapes but made as a dry wine rather than a fortified sweet wine, this has a touch of violet & black pepper, fine blackberry fruit and a touch of coffee & dark chocolate.

                                               £32

Vega de Yuso 2010, Ribero del Duero Outstanding 100% Tempreanillo from the Riberia del Duero region, this is full bodied  and chock block full of black fruit & Mocha flavours.

                                               £29

Lopez de Heredia Vina Cubillo 2005, Rioja The youngest red to come out of the super traditional Lopez de Heredia estate, this would be a Reserva by any other producer’s standards. Classic aged Rioja with warming notes of vanilla & firm, dried cherry fruit. The Real Rioja!

                                               £47

Anima Negra AN/2 2009, Mallorca – Made primarily from a rare grape called Callet that grows only on the island, this cult Mallorcan wine is every bit as delicious as it is unsual with aromas of leather, cigar tobacco, oregano & spicy red fruit.

                                               £50

 

All drink lists are subject to changes.