Reserve Now for the Crab and Lobster


1. House, Chaudron Grande Reserve, France – Brut                                                                         £57.00                   £10.00

Clear gold colour with fine bubbles. Aromas of lemon and hazelnuts revealing

apricots on the palate. Smooth and velvety sensations.


  1. House, Chaudron, France – Rose £59.00                   £11.50  

Delicate pale pink colour. Aromas of red fruits such as strawberries and raspberries.

Tingling bubbles underlining the freshness with good length.


  1. 2012 Chaudron, Blanc de Blanc, Vintage, France – Brut £69.00                                         Pale yellow colour with fine and persistent bubbles. Citrus streams predominate, lime

and grapefruit. Fresh, supple and soft fine flavours of white peach prolong the enchantment.


  1. Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Reims, France – Brut £73.00                                          One of the trendiest of Champagne houses. A brilliant colour with yellow tints. Fine

mousse with a lychee fruit and floral nose.


  1. Laurent Perrier, Tours-sur-Marne, France – Rose                                 £95.00                                          The definitive Rosé Champagne. Soft, strawberry aromas and a gentle mousse. The most

ripe upfront fruit on the palate and a long, mouth-watering finish.


  1. Ruinart, Blanc de Blanc, Reims, France – Brut                 £98.00                                         One of the Oldest Champagne Houses in the World.  Light liquid gold colour, good

fruit intensity with a long dry peach finish. An experience.


  1. 2010 Dom Perignon, Vintage, Epernay, France – Brut £250.00

The luminous sweetness of tropical fruit – green mango, melon, pineapple – instantly shines.

It then cedes to more temperate notes, the tingle of orange zest, the mist of a mandarin orange.


  1. 2007 Dom Ruinart, Vintage, Reims, France – Rose £275.00

On the nose, roasted notes mingle with aromas of ripe citrus fruit. On the palate, the

Chardonnay provides freshness and a crisp character full of integrity.


  1. Krug, Grande Cuvee, Epernay, France – Brut £295.00

Established since 1860. Matured for seven years offering the unique experience of a gold

exotic full peach and floral bouquet. Tremendous impact, intensely fresh. A legend.


  1. 2006 Krug, Vintage, Epernay, France – Brut £450.00

A complex and expressive bouquet of tarte tatin, warm biscuits, ginger, honeycomb, dried white

flowers, smoke and toasted nuts. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, broad and textural.



Sparkling Wines

  1. House Prosecco, Colli Asolandi D’Lucie, Treviso, Italy – Brut                 £37.00                   £7.50

From the famous Bedin Treviso Estate. Silver green colour with enticing aromas of brioche

and white raspberries. Exquisite, fine mousse with a long elegant finish.


  1. Prosecco Colli Asolandi di Bedin Teresa, Treviso, Italy – Rose £37.00                   £7.50    

Selected Merlot and Pinot Noir grapes fuse into a delicate pink colour. Floral aromas, taste

of pink berries with a fine perlage.


  1. Cremant d’Alsace, Alsace, France – Brut £46.00

A light, silver, slightly biscuity on the nose, refreshing, clean and creamy with a delicious

fragrant dry finish.


  1. Coates & Seeley, Hampshire, England – Rose £70.00

Pale in colour with scents of rose-hips and strawberry, but a fabulously vibrant palate.