White Wine

175ml     250ml     500ml     Bottle

Casa Maria Verdejo 2011, Castilla y Leon – Crisp, clean & aromatic, this has appealing grapefruit flavours and a zesty, dry palate.

£4.5        £6.5          £13          £18

Artesa Viura 2011, Rioja – Unoaked white Rioja that is a bit fuller than our Casa Maria but still with lots of green apple & lemon fruit & vibrant freshness.

£5           £7.5          £16          £20

Inicio Verde 2011, Castilla y Leon – A fresh but floral wine showing exotic tropical fruits & melon, with a touch of herby freshness, this is dry, balanced & versatile.


In Vita 2011, Alella – Wisely combined varieties enrich the body together with the aroma & elegance of Sauvignon. Elegant, expressive with citrus & tropical fruits.


Quinta de Raza Vinho Verde 2011, Vinho Verde – Forget your preconceptions about Vinho Verde – this is effortlessly light, spritzy & very quaffable thanks to it’s 11.5% alcohol.


Quinta do COrreio Branco 2011, Dao – From the central Dao region in Portugal, this is named after the old post office (check out the label) and is mid-weight, unoaked & subtle with flavours of fresh melon.


Vinedos de Nieva Verdejo 2010, Rueda – An excellent varietal example of Spain’s Verdejo grape, this is aromatic, delicate and has abundant freshness & vigour.


Terra Minei 2010, Ribeire Sacra – This wine has won too many awards to mention, but suffice to say that this is a wine of sustantial complexity with notes of ripe stone fruit.


Niepoort Drink Me Branco 2011, Douro – A superb white from Portugal’s most innovative winemaker, Dirk Niepoort. Softly aromatic with yellow plum & white peach notes, this has a touch of French oak to add creaminess.


Nai 2011, Ria Baikas – A fresh and tasty Albarino wine with notes of honeysuckle, lemon & orange zest in a crisp, medium bodied style.


Terras Gauda Albarino ‘O Rosal’ 2011, Ria Baixas – A blend of Albarino, Loureio & Caina Branco with heady aromas of citrus, peach, tangerine & fresh cream from one of the best producers in the region, this is exhilaratingly complex.


K5 Arguinano Txacoli 2011, Getariako Txacolina – The quintessential Basque country white wine, this is indespensible with shellfish & seafood of nearby San Sebastian. Supremely refreshing, bright and clean, this is like an electric shock to the senses thanks to it’s lemony acidity.


Lopez de Heredia Vina Gravonia 2003, Rioja – From one of the oldest Rioja houses, this spends long periods old oak, giving the wine a nutty, sherry-like quality long with a firm line of mouthwatering freshness, lemon zest fruit & dried almond finish. An iconic Spanish white.



All drink lists are subject to changes.