Our House White Wine. A refreshing dry wine with scents of summer blossoms, clean hay and mown grass. The fruit salad flavours are friendly with a crisp, lemony tang to finish.
Suggestion: Delightfully quaffable at any hour of the day with or without food this wine is also a pleasant accompaniment to seafood starters, fish & chicken dishes.
This wine has a lively, greenish tint. The nose is enticing with guava scents giving way to tropical aromas and a subtle vanilla finish. The mouthfeel is complex and the aftertaste is lingering.
Suggestion: To go with grilled and braised fish, prawns, pork, chicken dishes and fresh fruit salads.
A 100% Sauvignon blanc wine, that has an abundance of fruit on the palate with a crisp, clean finish. This wine is both delicate and elegant.
Suggestion: This wine will not disappoint you with cold seafood starters, green salads and all fish dishes.
Dry and somewhat briny white wine from the western part of the Loire region, near the Atlantic Ocean.
Suggestion: Try this wine with salad, shellfish and fish dishes. ‘Wine improves with age. The older I get the better I like it.’ Anon
Chablis is brisk and fruity, very dry with a refreshing acidity and overtones of green apple and lemon. Chablis delivers tastes of vanilla, lemon and linden.
Suggestion: Ideal with all seafood, but also a good choice to go with chicken, pork and even curry.
Pleasant dry rosé wine from Landiras, a small commune in the Gironde dept., Aquitaine. Fruity and “flowery” wine with tastes of roses and violets.
Suggestion: Delicious with salads, vegetarian, pork and chicken dishes. And with ice cream desserts.
An unpretentious Rose – fruity and fresh! Light and easy to drink.
Suggestion: Perfect with salads, pastas and light dishes or just to drink on it’s own. ‘I cook with wine. Sometimes I even add it to the food.’ W.C Fields
Our House Red. The wine has a lively deep red colour. A beautiful bouquet of berries and mint with well integrated and firm tannins. It is an easy-drinking wine with vibrant young flavours.
Suggestion: This wine goes well with pasta’s, chicken dishes and light meat. Enjoy!
A medium-bodied Cabernet/Merlot blend, very well structured with pleasant, juicy, cherry fruitiness and earthiness in the background. A soft, easy-drinking wine.
Suggestion: Combine this wine with grilled meat, duck breast and lamb. Also good with pasta dishes.
A light red wine from the Bardolino region, bordering the Lago di Garda. A fruity, easy-drinking red wine with hints of strawberries and raspberries.
Suggestion: Try this wine with a cheese salad, pasta’s, marinated chicken and pork dishes.
A powerful full-bodied dry red wine with a combination of blackberry, raspberry and plum flavours. Some hints of spice. Smooth with generous tannins.
Suggestion: The ideal wine to go with all kind of grilled and sautéed beef steaks, mixed grills and also lamb. ‘Wine is the thinking persons health drink.’ Dr Philip Norrie
A velvet red wine with aroma’s of dark berries and smooth tannins giving a long lasting aftertaste. A wine not to forget!
Suggestion: Pleasant company with chicken, duck and lamb dishes.
A classical Chianti wine from the heart of Tuscany. Medium bodied with tastes of dark cherries, plum, wild raspberry and oak. A superb wine!
Suggestion: Perfect for pasta, chicken and pork dishes. ‘Wine, one sip of this will bathe the drooping spirits in delight beyond the bliss of dreams. Be wise and taste.’ John Milton
A great Champagne to enjoy at every celebration.
Suggestion: Enjoy on it’s own or great with starters, light main courses and, of course, puds!
Top of the Spanish Cava’s this famed ‘black bottle bubbly’ is crisp, clean and well balanced. It is medium-bodied with a palate of apple, pear and bright citrus flavours with a moderately long finish and a crisp touch of ginger.
Suggestion: Emminently drinkable any time of the day – with or without food!
Refreshing and sparkling rosé wine from the Aquitaine region, S.W France.
Suggestion: An enjoyable and easy to drink sparkling wine. Goes with everything! ‘My only regret in life is that I didn’t drink enough champagne.’ John Maynard Keynes