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Chef James and wife Valerie welcome youOld world wines and new world wines fill our restaurant’s cellars.

An extensive wine list serves exquisite house wines through a wide range to an exclusive Upper Deck Collection.

Wines for all palates

Chef Patron James has created a revised wine list for 2016. Featuring wines from around the world you will be spoilt for choice.

Having majored on old world wines for many years, classic wines and grape varieties from many areas of the new world have been added.

Wines from around the world

Our cellars stock wines from France, Italy, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa and a delightfully refreshing white zinfandel rosé from the USA.

Grape Varieties

Our wine list includes wines made from the following grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah, Pinot Noir, Chinon, Zinfandel, Mourvedre, Tempranillo, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Sémillon, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Grenache, Sangiovese and Muscat grapes.

By the bottle or by the glass?

Wine is served by the bottle and some are conveniently available by the glass.

Wine List

We trust you will find our selection adequate and to your liking.

Should you want to be adventurous and try more expensive wines, please refer to our Upper Deck Collection at the end of these lists.

Where necessary, red wines will be decanted.

Champagne

Fluteau Brut NV

Dry fruity champagne to be served throughout a meal, smooth and not acidic
£39 for a bottle or £7.95 for a glass

Forget Brimont Premier Cru Brut

A classic French 1er Cru Champagne with a fine mousse and biscuity nose, creamy texture and a complex long nutty finish
£43

Taittinger Brut NV

Very fine mousse with an expressive palate and flavours of fruit and honey, giving a long delicate finish
£49

Laurent Perrier Rosé Brut NV

Classic champagne with character, charm and a fine balance of fruit flavour
£79.95

Sparkling Wine

Prosecco Conti d’arco

Clean fresh fruit with a good balance of acidity and a fresh dry finish
£20.50 for a bottle or £4.95 for a glass

Crémant de Bourgogne Rosé NV

A fresh and vivacious style. Aromas of red fruit, raspberry, redcurrant and showing fine bubbles. The finish is dry
£27.95 for a bottle or £5.75 for a glass

French White Wines

Touraine Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine de Bellevue 2014

This refreshing, zesty, unoaked Sauvignon Blanc, is full of gooseberry and elderflower fruit.
£17.55

Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine Sue Lie, Reserve du Moulin, Gadais 2015

A classic Muscadet from one of the best growers in one of the best vintages. The classic choice with shellfish
£17.50

Gewurztraminer Reserve, Turckheim

Light and fruity dry white wine with a smooth finish
£23.50

Viognier, Baron de Badassiere, Pays d’Oc 2015

Viognier makes a lovely fresh, crisp white with delicate flavours of peach and apricot, with a dry finish
£18.50

Sancerre, Domaine du Pré Semelé 2014

Made from 100% Sauvignon Blanc grapes in the beautiful Loire region of France. Aroma of gooseberry, dry minerality and a creisp, dry finish
£25.50

Chablis, Simonnet-Febvre

A crisp, smooth dry white wine, ideal partner for seafood
£27.95

Menetou-Salon, Domaine l’Ermitage 2015

From an appelation near Sancerre, this uses 100% unoaked Sauvignon Blanc which is perfect summer drinking. Perfect with simply cooked white fish
£29.95

Pouilly Fuissé, Clos Reissier, Domaine Perraton, 2013

Rich, full bodied white, which gets its depth of flavour from very old vines, scruplous making and is unoaked
£32.50

White Wines from around the World

Albarino, Rais Baixas, Martin Codax 2015 (Spain)

From the Atlantic coast of Spain and just made for seafood. Dry, with a delicate peachy fruit and crisp finish. A great alternative to Chablis
£24.60

Pinot Grigio (Italy)

A dry fresh fruity wine, with an elegant bouquet
£18

Boschendal Grande Cuvée Sauvignon Blanc (South Africa)

Ripe tropical fruit flavours, nicely balanced with a crisp dry finish
£19.50

Jordan Unwooded Chardonnay 2015 (South Africa)

A soft creamy palate with fresh tropical fruit flavours, with a nice smooth lingering aftertaste
£24.50

Leftfield , Nelson Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand)

A palate of passion fruit, nectarine and lemon grass, gentle scents of green herb and tropical fruits arrive while a light footed streak of crispy vibrancy departs side stage. Imbibe on its own or devour with seafood
£25.50

Rieslings, Delikat, Joseph Chromy 2013 (Tasmania)

Made in the German Spätlese style with a beautiful citrus and lime acidity. Goes well with spice and Thai curries
£29.95

Rosé Wines

White Zinfandel, Sutter Home (USA)

Soft medium bodied rosé, light and refreshing
£18.95

Marqués de Cáceres Rosé (Spain)

A dry fruity rosé produced in Rioja, with a surprising great depth of flavour
£20.50

McGuigans Signature Rosé (Australia)

A refreshing rosé, light and easy to drink. Ideal as an apéritif or a partner to light salads
£19.50 for a bottle or £4.95 for a 175ml glass, or £6.25 for a 250ml glass

Château La Moutète, Côte de Provence 2014 (France)

Dry, onion skin pink froim the South of France. Perfect with a plate of shellfish or just sipped as an apéritif
£25.25

French Red Wines

Chinon, Le Logis de Bouchardière 2014

This is Chinon at its most gulpable, full of juicy raspberry fruit. Great drunk cool on a summer’s day
£24.50

Fleurie, Charles Vienot

The village of Fleurie is in the north of the Beaujolais region. These vineyards have a perfect aspect in relation to the sun
£24.25

Château Larose-Perganson, Haut-Médoc 2007

This is classic claret with flavours of cassis intermingled with cigar box. The tannins are fine, making this the perfect red with a juicy steak
£37.50

Château de Fonbel, St Emillion Grand Cru 2010

This is made by the same wine making team that makes Château Ausone, which is as good as St Emillion gets. A large percentage of Merlot gives this wine a soft appealing style
£55

Cairanne, Côtes du Rhône Villages, Perrin at Fils 2009

This is a classic southern Rhone blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre making a rich spicy red flecked with pepper. made by the family which owns top Chêteauneuf du Pape property Château de Beaucastel
£25.95

Red Wines from around the world

Chianti, Serristori (Italy)

The best known of all Italian wine, produced in the hills between Florence and Sienna. Fruity with a hint of spice
£20.50

Boschendal Lanoy Red (South Africa)

A blend of Cabernet and Merlot grapes producing a soft fruity medium bodied red
£23.95

Marqués de Cáceres Rioja (Spain)

Smooth fruity medium bodied Crianza red, with a lovely vanilla and spice finish
£24.95
£44.00 for a Magnum

Leftfield Nelson / Pinot Noir (New Zealand)

Juicy little minx. Strawberry and cherry playfully flirt with cinnamon and all spice, finally succumbing to the rich warm seductive nature of a supple leather chaise longue – great with meat dishes
£31.50

Malbec, Altos Los Hormigos 2014 (Argentina)

Just made for a juicy steak and chips. Big and bold with ripe blackberry flavours. Argentina has made Malbec its own
£25.25

Amancaya Gran Reserva, (Argentina, Baron Philip de Rothschild)

Intense flavours of redcurrant and plums, mix well with vanilla, spices and mocha. Well balanced with a tannic structure producing a fine wine
£32.50

Barolo, Fontanafredda (Italy)

Classic Italian red, light in colour but with great power, concentration, and well balanced ripe tannins
£39.95

Esporao Reserva, Alentejo 2013 (Portugal)

One of the classiest reds coming out of Portugal. Using Portuguese grape varieties, Aussie winemaker David Baverstock has produced an elegant deep red capable of coping with the spiciest of dishes
£32

Dessert Wines

Domaine de Labarthe , Gaillac Doux

Organically produce dessert wine from the Mauzac grape variety with layers of pear and almond flavours and a gentle honeyed finish
£23.95 for a 750ml bottle
£4.50 for a 125ml glass

Elysium – Californian Black Muscat Dessert Wine

Elysium in Greek Mythology is paradise – the provocative rose and litchi aroma of Elysium resonate from the Black Muscat grape variety – great with cheese such as blues, creams, especially vanilla, red fruits and chocolate
£19.95 for a 375ml bottle

Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Domaine de Durban 2010 (France)

The French drink this as an apéritif, as well as with dessert
£22.95 for a 375ml bottle

House Wines

White

Bouchard Ainé Sauvignon Blanc
Bouchard Ainé Chardonnay

Rosé

Bouchard Ainé Pinot Noir Rosé

Red

Bouchard Ainé Pinot Noir Red
Sierra Grande Merlot
Montes Cabernet Sauvignon

£17.95 for a bottle
£4.95 for a 175ml glass
£6.25 for a 250ml glass
£17.95 for a bottle


 

Upper Deck Collection

White wines

Chablis 1er Cru Montmains, Domaine Besson 2013

Domaine Besson is relatively new on the scene which makes their Chablis in a lovely fresh buttery style. The perfect wine with delicate flat fish like turbot, sole or brill
£36.50

Châteauneuf du Pape White, Ogier, 2014

Exotic, floral and spicy nose, very complex palate with an abundance of fruit, spices and minerals. The mouth feel is rich with a very long finish of dried pears and apple flavours
£33.25

Cloudy Bay, Sauvignon Blanc 2015 (New Zealand)

Top quality Marlborough wine, rich in citrus and tropical fruit flavours with good acidity, producing ultra-divine dry white wine with a long lasting finish
£43.25

Chardonnay, M3, Shaw and Smith, Adelaide Hills 2014 (Australia)

The Adelaide Hills have warm days but cold nights, perfect for making elegant, fresh wines. Full of ripe fruit, but with balancing acidity cutting through richly sourced dishes. One of Australia’s top whites
£43.50

Pouilly Fumé, Aubaine, J. Pabiot 2011

Jonathan Pabiot is now considered among the elite of growers in the Loire valley. His Aubaine cuv&Eacutee is aged underground on its lees giving it great depth of flavour, yet still showing delicate flavours of elderflower and gooseberry. This is a world class wine
£54.50

Soave Classico, La Rocca, Pieropan 2014 (Italy)

Proof that Italy can make wines of great class and complexity. La Rocca is unoaked and shows great depth of gently honeyed fruit. Great with saurced fish dishes and shellfish
£43.95

 

Red Wines

Château Cantemerle Haut Médoc 2006

The 2006 Bordeaux reds are drinking well now. Cantemerle is now producing wine approaching 3rd growth quality. Rich and plump with classic cassis and cedar flavours
£59.50

Chassagne-Montrachet, Jacques Carillon, 2010

A sumptuous, rich red wine from this prestigious wine producer. This is a deliciously fragrant, heady wine, with ripe berry fruit flavours, and a creamy vanilla finish
£65

Pinot Noir, Ata Rangi, Martinborough 2012 (New Zealand)

Almost certainly in the top three Pinot Noirs copming out of New Zealand. Lovely balance of gentle red fruit, with perfect balancing acidity, this is a great wine with chicken, pigeon and other game birds
£72.50

Gevrey Chambertin, Domaine Taupenot-Merme 2012

Taupenot-Merme makes their wines in a wonderfguil pure style emphasising the gentle raspberry fruit. Pinot Noir does not get much better than this. Could even be eaten with meatier fish dishes if you prefer red wine
£76

Prado Enea Grand Reserva Muga Roija 2005

(80% Tempranillo and 20% split between Garnacha, Graciano and Mazuelo, The grapes used for the Gran Reserva are always the last ones to be brought in the winery to ensure ideal ripening. Opulent complex bouquet, full bodied with a nice acidity cutting through the blackberry and cassis fruit. Great Gran Reserva with a silky texture
£60.50

Brunello di Montalcino, Poggio San Polo 2010 (Italy)

From one of the greatest vintages in living memory, this is a perfect example of Tuscan winemaking. Made from 100% Sangiovese, this has spicy bold fruit with just a touch of gaminess in the background. A stunning wine
£75

Reservations

For your lunch or dinner reservation, please telephone the Restaurant at Beaucette Marina on
+44 (0) 1481 247066.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Chef Patron James and Valerie Scowen