Dessert Wines

Côteaux Du Layon, Chaume, Loire Valley Domaine des Forges, France, 2011 
It’s deep gold in colour suggests a certain amount of botrytis. Exuberant flavours of luscious peach, honey and nectarine; intense and weighty with brilliant supporting acidity, clear floral notes with a tangy orange zest finish.

125ml £9.50

37.5cl £25.00

Château Petit Vedrines, Sauternes, France, 2013 
Nose of honey, pear, a bit of wax and some tropical fruits. Palate has good fruit, good balance, it’s sugared and simple with a short finish.

125ml £12.00

37.5cl £30.00

Recioto, Viviani, Italy, 2010 
Fresh, well-balanced wine with motifs ripe wild berries, pleasant sweetness bright, rounded tannins and a long fruity aftertaste.

125ml £25.00

50cl £85.00

313 Lieser Niederberg Helden, Riesling, Auslese, Goldcap, Schloss Lieser, 2011 
More intense than the regular Auslese without being signifacntly richer or heavier, ripe nectarine and peach fruit, textured long and powerful on the finish

125ml £16.00

50cl £45.00

Chateau D’Yquem, Sauternes, France, 1996 
Deep gold with Impressive aromatic structure dominated by opulent grapefruit, peach and pear with Seville orange peel, lemon and red apple.
37.5cl £275.00
Moscato d’Asti, La Morandina, Italy, 2014 
This delicate, light and refreshing sweet sparkling wine has elegant flavours of honey and apple, a good acidity and steady flow of bubbles makes it an easy drink

125ml £8.50

75cl £47.00