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“Cornfields Wine List”

Wines by the glass | White, Rose and Sparkling wines | Red wines

White & Rose wines by the glass (175ml)
200 2012 Circumstance Cape Coral Rose South Africa £5.25

 

Expressive and scented Rose with lashings of elegant fruit.    
201 2013 Soave “Alpha Zeta” Italy Italy £4.95
  Delicately aromatic and silky, unoaked pure-tasting, and hugely food-friendly.    
202 2012 Finca Los Primos Chardonnay, Valentin Bianchi Argentina £4.95
  Lively, fresh and sleekly rounded. Really quite nuanced and long, especially at this price.    
203 2013 Sauvignon Blanc, Los Boldos Chile £4.95
  Zesty and scintillating, with pronounced citrus and pineapple character.    
207 2013 Pinot Grigio, delle Venezie Italy £5.25
  Vibrant. Lovely on its own, and very good with salads, salmon and goats cheese tart.    


Red wines by the glass (175ml)

301 2013 Pergolino,Rosso Veronese Italy £4.95
  Produced with the grapes of Corvina and Rondinella a deep red ruby wine suitable for most food.    
302 2013 Rioja Tempranillo, Artessa Eastern Spain £5.25
  Fragrant and silky, with light, dry tannins and a medium body.    
304 2010 Merlot, Andes Peak Rapel Valley, Chile £5.25
  This has the juicy damson fruit and trademark velvety tannins of Merlot.    
310 2012 Omrah Pinot Noir Australia £5.90
  Luscious and velvety, with scented, mellow fruit.    

Champagne & other sparklers
102 NV Prosecco Frizzante, Le Dolci Colline North-western Italy £6.75
  Delicate little bubbles and pure, refreshing fruit. Lovely lunch-time fizz.    
105 NV Champagne Champagne Moutard France £12.50
  This has a fresh and citrussy style – makes a lovely aperitif.    
106 NV Champagne Moutard Prestige Rosé France £13.50
  Attractively perfumed pink from Pinot Noir (try saying that after three glasses).    

Champagne & other sparklers
       
       
102 NV Prosecco Frizzante, Le Dolci Colline North-western Italy £27.00
  Delicate little bubbles and pure, refreshing fruit. Lovely lunch-time fizz.    
105 NV Champagne Champagne Moutard France £53.00
  This has a fresh and citrussy style – makes a lovely aperitif.    
106 NV Champagne Moutard Prestige Rosé France £56.00
  Attractively perfumed pink from Pinot Noir (try saying that after three glasses).    
109 NV Champagne Tattinger France £67.00
  Tattinger has an intense, full-flavoured, but refined style – somewhere between Veuve and Pol-Roger.    

Rosé wines
250 2013 Casal Mendes Rose Portugal £18.95
  Made from grapes grown in the vineyards outside Verona light and refreshing on the palate.    
200 2012 Circumstance Cape Coral Rose South Africa £24.00
  Expressive and scented Rose with lashings of elegant fruit.    

White wines
201 2013 Alpha Zeta “S” Soave Veneto Italy £18.95
  Delicately aromatic and silky, unoaked pure-tasting, and hugely food-friendly.    
202 2011 Chardonnay Reserv Emilliana Argentina £19.00
  We were struck by the elegance, vivacity and nuance of this Chardonnay from a cool corner of Mendoza.    
203 2011 Sauvignon Blanc, Momentos Reserva Los Boldos Chile £19.50
  Zesty and scintillating, with pronounced citrus and pineapple character.    
204 2010 Muscadet Sur Lie,Chateau Les Grandes Presbyteres France £19.50
  Uncompromisingly dry, determinedly non-fruity. Comes into its own with prawns, crab and delicate white fish.    
206 2013 Chenin Blanc, Riebeek Cellars South Africa £19.75
  Ripe, plump, peachy and un-oaked.    
207 2012 Pinot Grigio, delle Venezie Italy £22.50
  Vibrant Lovely on its own, and very good with salads, salmon and goats cheese tart.    
209 2012 Pinot Blanc “Klevner” Reserve, Cave de Hunawhir Alsace France £22.00
  Silky, fresh and with savoury appetizing fruit,unsure? Think unoaked Chardonnay with a sprinkling of extra spice.    
225 2012 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, Moko Black New Zealand £28.00
  Intense gooseberry-scented Sauvignon from a well-regarded producer.    
229 2011 Chablis, Domaine de la Motte Northern Burgundy, France £33.00
  Crisp, un-aoked Chardonnay from northern Burgundy.    
230 2012 Sancerre, Henri Pelle Loire, France £38.00
  Racy and aromatic Sauvignon Blanc – a little more assertive than the Pouilly-Fumé.    
231 2011 Chablis 1 er Cru Domaine de la Motte Bourgogne, France £46.00
  Made with grapes from old Chardonnay vines a subtle nose of ripe fruit with a mineral touch.    
233 2008 M3 Vineyard Adelaide Hills Chardonnay, Shaw & Smith South Australia £49.00
  Rich and savoury, but beautifully supple and elegant. Beautifully balanced new oak is absorbed by complex, stony fruit.    

Red wines
301 2013 Pergolino,Rosso Veronese Italy £18.50
  Produced with the grapes of Corvina and Rondinella a deep red ruby wine suitable for most food.    
302 2012 Tempranillo Rioja, Artessa Eastern Spain £19.50
  Fragrant and silky, with light, dry tannins and a medium body.    
304 2012 Merlot, Andes Peak Rapel Valley Chile £19.50
  This has the juicy damson fruit and trademark velvety tannins of Merlot.    
308 2012 Malbec Michel Tornino Mendoza Argentina £23.00
  The Malbec grape is an Argentinian speciality. Distinctively aromatic, with a lush texture and dark, chocolately fruit.    
310 2012 Omrah Pinot Noir Australia £26.00
  Luscious and Lightly velvety, with scented, mellow fruit and a caressing texture.    
311 2011 Brouilly, Château Thibaults Beaujolais, France £25.00
  Beaujolais ‘cru’ from the Gamay grape. Light-bodied and refreshing, with an attractive bright pink colour and strawberry-scented fruit.    
312 2010 Rioja Crianza Artessa Spain £24.00
  Succulent and scented, with Autumnal fruit and sweetly smokey oak, quite full and juicy, but still classic.    
313 2012 Black Shiraz Broken Barrel Hill South Eastern Australia £26.00
  Blackberries and plums over subtle toasty oak, black fruit and coffee oak finish.    
327 2011 Crozes Hermitage Cav de Tain l’Hermitage Northern Rhône, France £29.00
  Pure, unoaked, Syrah (aka Shiraz) from its spiritual homeland. Very direct and focused, with a classic meaty character and a finely dry finish.    
329 2011 Château Ginestet, Lussac-Saint-Emilion Bordeaux, France £29.00
  Merlot-dominated blend from Saint-Emilion’s more reasonably priced neighbour. Supple and silky, with understated plummy fruit.    
330 2010 Château La Tout De Mons, Cru Bourgeois, Margaux Bordeaux, France £30.00
  Cabernet Sauvignon-based blend from an outstanding vintage. Full-bodied and dry, but with the trademark silky tannins of Margaux.    
331 2000 Côte de Beaune Villages, Pierre Bouree Burgundy, France £35.00
  Medium-bodied Pinot Noir with silky tannins, restrained colour, and pure strawberry and raspberry-scented fruit.    
334 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape, Reserve des Tinel Southern Rhône, France £43.00
  Spicy, warm and plummy blend of several Southern Rhône varieties. No new oak on this one.    
336 2010 Mangan Margaret River Red, Cullen Western Australia £46.00
  Vanya Cullen crafts heart-breakingly lovely wines from biodynamically tended vineyards in Margaret River. Refined, poised and elegant, with intensely pure violet and blackberry fruit. In the wine world, Cullen are a new-world icon.    
337 2007 Beaune 1er cru Les Epenottes Vallet Freres Burgundy, France £56.00
  Refined and elegant Pinot Noir with hints of black cherry and licorice. Great with poultry and game.    

Port and dessert wines

 


407

Krone Late Bottled Vintage Port 2009

Portugal

£5.95 glass
  Classic port from a well established family owned house    
408 2013 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling, Clare Valley, South Australia £11.75 glass
  This iconic wine has made Mount Horrocks world-famous. Stephanie Toole cuts the arms (cordons) of the vine to allow the ripe grapes to raisin. It’s a bit crazy but the proof of the pudding(wine) is in the drinking.    
409 2009 Le Colombare Recioto di Soave, Pieropan Veneto, Eastern Italy £9.75 glass
  Ripe grapes are harvested and then naturally dried to concentrate sugars and flavours. This ‘passito’ method has been a Venetian tradition for centuries. Here, from a top producer, it gives a wine of intriguing paradox, and toffee and lime character. Fab with panacotta.    
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