Wine List

Wine List

Our carefully chosen selections highlight the best of each region of Italy offering something to suit everyone’s palate and mood, whilst also complementing our traditional cooking. With options to accommodate every budget our list features not only top producers but also little known gems.

Vino della Casa

Graspello Cesari 
175ml – £4.50 | 250ml – £5.50 | 750ml – £14

Montepulciano Zonin (Abruzzo)

Full bodied dry and gracious with delicate, smooth and spicy flavours
175ml – £5  | 250ml – £6.50 | 750ml – £17

Passo Bricco (Piemonte)

Barbera and dolcetto grapes aged in barrique giving an intense ruby red with violet tinges, hints of violets and primrose
750ml – £23                    

Valpollicella Superione Zenati (Veneto)

Full bodied with a delicate bouquet reminiscent of cherries, wild berries and hints of almond leaving a velvety finish on the palette
750ml – £22

Merlot Andreo (Sicily)

Full flavoured with classic varietal characteristics layered with hints of vanilla and oak
750ml – £22.50

Chianti Classico Rocca delle Macie (Tuscany)

Lively full bodied ruby red, intense and persistent with hints of wild berries 
175ml – £5.80  | 250ml – £7.20 | 750ml – £21.50

Primitivo Quota 29 (Puglia) 

Aromas of grape, ripe cherries, blackberries & blueberries with an expressive finish
750ml – £25

Nexus Cabernet (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)

Intense ruby red with notes of raspberries, blackcurrants, blackberries and a gentle touch of vanilla, followed by a long pleasant aftertaste of spiced fruits
750ml – £27

Cannonau Argiolas (Sardegna)

Full bodied, rounded tannins and impressive structure with depths of dried berries and notes of rosemary and thyme
750ml – £25.50

Montepulciano Riserva Cantina Tollo (Abruzzo)

A smooth full bodied red with an intensely fruity fragrance of black cherries and wild berries with refined spicy overtones 
750ml – £26

Sassabruna Monteregio di Massa Marittima (Tuscany)

An exciting super Tuscan produced with 80% sangiovese, 10% merlot and 10% Shiraz giving full bodied tannins and a long finish
750ml – £29

Chianti Riserva Capraia (Tuscany)       

An award winning chianti produced from hand collected grapes which are matured in oak barrels for 15 months and then aged in glass for 12 months giving a full bodied wine with a bouquet of red fruits and a lovely long lasting finish
750ml – £32

Ripassa Valpollicella Superiore Zenato (Veneto)   

A full bodied and velvety smooth deep red made by passing the Valpolicella wine over the still warm marc of Amarone, giving a wine rich in blackberry jam notes with a persistent bouquet of a light scent of cloves 
750ml – £32

Primitivo di Manduria (Puglia) 

With a distinct aroma of ripened forest fruits this vivid ruby red has a warm, silky, and almost dense flavour, rich in earthy flavours
750ml – £38

Rosso di Montalcino Casanova di Neri (Tuscany)

With hints of maraschino cherry, violets and red fruits this full bodied wine has great fineness in the mouth with tannin that is still young but of excellent quality 
750ml – £42

Brunello di Montalcino Col’ d’Orgia (Tuscany)

A fantastic brunello with a flowery bouqet made by ageing the sangiovese for three years in large Slavonian oak barrels before bottling
750ml – £52

Borro (Tuscany)

An award winning smooth deep red with bold notes of blueberries, blackcurrants, leather and toasted spices and a tinge of pepper in the mouth
750ml – £70

Guado al Tasso Antinori (Tuscany)

A wine of great elegance and finesse, silky and vibrant.  Cabernet Sauvignon (50%) brings notes of aromatic herbs and mint along with crisp lengthy tannins. Merlot (27%) gives texture and sensations of plums and blackberries. Cabernet Franc (20%) contributes liquorice and cassis aromas and Petit Verdot (3%) combines all the varieties together underlining the wine’s spiciness. 
750ml – £135

Tignanello Antinori (Tuscany)

The first Sangiovese to be aged in barriques.  A complex and intense ruby red with purple highlights, it has pleasurable notes of vanilla, chocolate, and leather. The balance between acidity and tannins is excellent, and the finish and aftertaste are of a lovely length and persistence. The best of Antinori produce.
750ml – £140

Vino Della Casa

Graspello Cesari 
175ml – £4.50  | 250ml – £5.50 | 750ml – £14

Chardonnay S. Anna (Veneto)

A crisp white with a floral and apple scented bouquet which is fresh and mellow on the palette
175ml – £6  | 250ml – £7.50 | 750ml – £22 

Pinot Grigio Zonin (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)

Lightly dry yet citrusy fresh, it has a light and elegant structure which makes this an unusually refined and aristocratic wine
175ml – £5.20  | 250ml – £6.70 | 750ml – £19.50

Sauvignon Blanc Villa Chopris (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)

A highly aromatic sauvignon with an intense bouquet of sage, green pepper and hazelnut with hints of apple and pear giving good length on the finish 
175ml – £6  | 250ml – £7.50 | 750ml – £22

Pecorino Tulum Fuedo Antico (Abruzzo)

A wine with a great personality, perfectly structured and elegant in its taste. It has aromas of tropical fruits and sage yet contains delicate spicy hints in the mouth
750ml – £22

Vermentino Argiolas  (Sardegna) 

A lively, very fresh and balanced white with zingy flavours and a delicate, fruity aftertaste
750ml – £26

Ribolla Gialla Tenuta Roncalto Livon (Friuli-Venezia Giulia)

A fresh flowery and fruity dry white with elegant hints of vanilla and bitter almond
750ml – £28.50

Greco di Tufo Oltre Agricola Bellaria (Campania)

Very fresh, this wine is notable for predominantly floral tasting notes with flavours of apple, pear and a hint of melon
750ml – £29.50


Gavi di Gavi La Piacentina Magda Pedrini (Friuli-Venezia Giulia) 

An award winning gavi, elegant and balanced in the mouth, conveying minerality and citrus to the nose
750ml – £32

Vermentino di Gallura Capichera Vigna’ngena (Sardegna)

A winner of the “tre bicchieri” from Gambero Rosso, this vermentino is aged in French oak barrels giving it fresh and lively flavours full of fragrant fruit with a lovely lingering finish
750ml – £48

Pinot Grigio Blush Ardesia (Veneto)

Dry and fresh, this wine has a delicious balance of citrus fruits, cherry and red berry flavours
175ml – £5.80  | 250ml – £7.20 | 750ml – £21.50

Prosecco San Leo (Veneto)

Intense apple blossom aromas, flowery notes and soft juicy pear flavours
750ml – £21

Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Contarini (Veneto)

Delicate, pleasantly acidulous and intensely fruity with a typical scent of acacia honey
750ml – £26