Summer 2022

Summer Produce

As the end of July approaches, the bountiful summer season starts to come into fruition. Alan and Jean continue to supply an abundance for local produce from their garden in Watermillock, only 2 miles from the restaurant on the shores of Ullswater. The likes of strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants and jostaberrries are only a few of the goodies they pick of us! For those who don’t know, a jostaberry is a really interesting complex-cross fruit bush which originates from Germany, a cross between a gooseberry and a blackcurrant. These little purple-black berries are sweet and luscious when ripe and super versatile with high levels of pectin which is great for jams and preserves. I love that Alan & Jean, who are committed to supplying the freshest produce, continue to supply us for another year. It really is good feeling that we can still support local individuals and cheers to them for keeping our larder stocked!

1863 by day is evolving!

This summer welcomes the addition of our 5 course lunch menu. The 1863 experience you’ve come to love, showcasing the seasons produce in 5 courses!  You can now enjoy both our 3 course or 5 course lunch menus on more days too, with lunch now being served Friday – Sunday. Find out more and see the sample menus here.

Summer Break

With only a handful of services left before our summer break, its very much full steam ahead. Our last service will be on Monday 25th July, then the staff will enjoy a well-earned break, returning for dinner service on Thursday 4th August.

I look forward to seeing more familiar faces and meeting new ones over summer. I’ll be back writing in August and thinking of all things Autumn, until then, make the most of the weather.


Junior Sous Chef

We’re looking for a full time Junior Sous Chef to join our award-winning, forward thinking team.

We’re looking for a strong, motivated individual. This role would be suitable for someone who is looking to progress in their career, with previous chef de partie experience elsewhere and a desire to become one of the best. Experience of working in a rosette environment is preferred. In addition to being hands-on and a people person, the ideal candidate will:

  • Hard working and well presented, with excellent time keeping skills
  • Have a positive can-do attitude
  • Be able to work under pressure
  • Have excellent attention to detail
  • Meet food safety and cleaning standards

In return, we offer:

  • A great place to work with a friendly hard-working atmosphere
  • £30,000 Package
    • £25,000 Basic Salary
    • Equal Share of Tips (Approximately £3,000 per year)
    • 48 Hour Contract with Paid Overtime (Approximately £2,000 per year)
  • Excellent Work/ Life Balance, 2 Consecutive Days off
  • 28 Days Holiday
  • Christmas Holiday Period (24th-27th)
  • Fixed Winter & Summer Holiday Period
  • 25% Staff discount, 10% Family discount
  • Staff Pension Scheme
  • Uniform Provided
  • Career development opportunities
  • Off-site accommodation may be available with this position. Own transport is essential

To apply: Email your CV or Call Phil Corrie on 07803840215 to arrange an interview



Drinks List

Drinks List

1863 Gin Recommendations

  • Solway Spirits Raspberry Gin Liqueur, Scotland Topped with Italian Sparkling. 25ml £8.70
  • Cumberland Saucy Gin, England Mixed with Premium Indian Tonic water. 50ml £11.00
  • Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger, England Combined with Appletiser & fresh ginger. 50ml £11.50
  • Sharish Blue Magic Gin, Portugal Mixed with Mediterranean Tonic water. 50ml £15.20
  • The Lakes Gin, England Mixed with Premium Indian Tonic water. 50ml £11.80


  • Negroni Designed as an aperitif, this cocktail is the very definition of balance and simplicity. £9.50
  • Dark ‘n’ Stormy Dark rum and ginger ale served over ice with a slice of lime. A real taste of the Caribbean! £11.00
  • White / Black Russian A delicious and naughty alternative to an iced coffee. £12.00
  • Espresso Martini Dark, strong and delicious. The perfect end to an evening! £15.00
  • Sevilla Espresso Martini Name courtesy of the Poolstones. This cocktail is created by simply substituting gin for coffee liqueur and adding tonic water, because there is so much more to a coffee liqueur. £8.00
  • Porn Star Martini Passionfruit flavoured cocktail served with a shot of Italian Sparkling. £15.00


  • Virgin Espresso A variety of flavours are blended into one tasty, impressive drink in this coffee mocktail. Espresso and vanilla are the primary flavours in this alcohol-free Espresso Martini. £5.00
  • Passion Fruit Lemonade A combination of passion fruit and vanilla with citrus and fizz is the reference to this drink. A very good, alcohol-free Porn Star Martini. £5.00


  • Heineken 0%, Holland Brewed with a unique recipe for a distinct, balanced taste. It’s naturally refreshing and possesses all the flavour of a real alcoholic lager. 330ml Bottle £3.50
  • Seedlip Garden 108 – Herbal, England Fresh and floral distilled non-alcoholic spirit captures the essence of the English countryside, with notes of garden peas, hay, rosemary and thyme. 50ml £7.00
  • Seedlip Grove 42 – Citrus, England A zesty and complex, uplifting spice distillate. Made from three types of orange, ginger and lemongrass make this a clean, fresh alcohol alternative. 50ml £7.00


  • Ableforth’s Bathtub, England Ableforth’s Bathtub gin is made using the traditional method of “Cold Compounding” and results in a lightly tinted perfumed gin. 25ml £4.50
  • Bombay Sapphire, England A London dry gin from a traditional recipe dating back to 1761, delicately perfumed with a light spicy finish. 25ml £3.80
  • Brockmans Premium Gin, England A unique blend of botanicals with subtle notes of berry gives an intensely smooth taste. 25ml £4.50
  • Caorunn, Scotland A unique infusion of five Celtic & six traditional gin botanicals along with Scottish water give this gin a clean, crispy, aromatic taste. 25ml £4.50
  • Cumberland Saucy Gin, England A fruity and spicy juniper forward gin. Redcurrants and orange peel dominate, whilst black peppercorns, mustard and coriander give an underlying warmth and spice. 25ml £4.10
  • Solway Spirits Raspberry Gin Liqueur, Scotland Big initial hit of raspberry mellowing into a smooth creamy taste followed by the warmth of the quality Dry Gin to give a long lasting taste sensation. 25ml £4.50
  • Gin Mare, Spain This Spanish style gin is inspired by Mediterranean flavours. Made with botanicals including the arbequina olive, basil and mandarin. 25ml £4.80
  • Hendricks Gin, Scotland The unexpected infusion of cucumber and rose petals result in a most iconoclastic gin. 25ml £4.50
  • The Lakes Gin, England A complex premium gin with zesty notes and herbal over notes. A gin of true Cumbrian provenance. 25ml £4.50
  • Monkey 47, Germany Distilled from 47 predominantly unusual botanicals such as lingonberries. 25ml £7.50
  • Sharish Blue Magic Gin, Portugal This magic gin is made using the blue pea flower which turns pale pink when tonic is added. 25ml £6.20
  • Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger, England Rhubarb adds a tart crisp edge to an English gin whilst the ginger warms for a full-bodied finish. 25ml £4.00


  • The Lakes Vodka, England The Lakes Vodka is an ultra-smooth vodka with a distinctive character and a clean crisp finish. 25ml £4.50
  • Toffee Vodka, England Deliciously smooth vodka, hand blended with rich caramel tones and finished with a subtle kick. 25ml £3.50


  • The Kraken Black Spiced, Trinidad Kraken Rum was introduced in 2010. The base rum is from Trinidad, distilled from naturally sweet molasses made from locally grown sugar cane. 25ml £4.00
  • Bacardi Carta Blanca, Cuba In 1862 Bacardi is founded in Santiago de Cuba. Smooth, light-bodied spirit. 25ml £3.50

Whisky | Single Malt

  • Jack Daniels, United States Jack Daniel’s is dripped slowly through ten feet of firmly packed charcoal before going into new charred oak barrels for maturing. 25ml £4.00
  • Jameson, Ireland Jameson is produced from a blend of grain whiskey and single pot still whiskey, all sourced around the distillery in Cork. 25ml £4.00
  • Aberlour 12 Years Old, Scotland Quite full-bodied, spicy rich fruitcake, toffee notes and a creamy malty feel. 25ml £5.05
  • Laphroaig 10 Years Old, Scotland Laphroaig calls itself, “the most richly flavoured of all Scotch Whiskies”. The whisky has a peaty/smoky flavour. 25ml £6.00
  • The Balvenie Doublewood 12 Years Old, Scotland Smooth and mellow with nutty sweetness, cinnamon spiciness and a delicately proportioned layer of sherry. 25ml £6.00
  • Talisker 10 Years Old, Scotland A fresh and fragrant nose. Through thick, pungent smoke comes sweet pears and apple peels, with pinches of sea salt from kippers, seaweed. 25ml £6.00
  • The Lakes Single Malt, Whiskymaker’s Reserve No 5, England Matured in the finest, bespoke Oloroso, PX, and red wine casks, comprising Spanish and American oak, The Whiskymaker’s Reserve No.5 is an elegant and Moorish evolution, possessing the same sherry-led, wood-forward characteristics as its predecessors. Wonderfully fruity aromatics lead to indulgent baklava and a vibrant, creamy finish. 25ml £7.80
  • Aberlour 18 Years Old, Scotland Introduced in 2008, this 18 year old is now one of the stars of the Aberlour range: rich and fruity, with a great textured mouthfeel. 25ml £11.00

Sherry | Armagnac | Cognac

  • Harveys Bristol Cream, England Crafted from a delicate blend of Jerez’s finest wines; delicate finos, aged amontillados, fragrant olorosos and the special Pedro Ximenez grape providing a silky, mellow smoothness. A complete, balanced and surprising compendium of wine from Jerez. 50ml £4.00
  • Château du Tariquet XO, France Produced in the region of Gascony, this is the oldest type of Brandy distilled in France. Smooth and sophisticated. 25ml £7.00
  • Remy Martin VSOP, France Another Cognac VSOP blended with Grande and Petite Champagne. A delicious silky texture with hints of peach, vanilla and oak. 25ml £5.00
  • Hine, Antique XO, France Rare fine Champagne a VSOP Cognac of the highest quality. Gentle toffee and autumnal fruits are balanced with a pepper and oaky finish. 25ml £10.50
  • Fanny Fougerat Cognac – Type 73 Only 510 bottles of this rare 45 year old Cognac have been bottled. It’s fruity and floral with notes of apricots, cinnamon, lavender, violets, peppery oak and dewy garden herbs throughout the palate. 25ml £12.00


  • Baileys Original Irish Cream, Ireland A moreish whisky and cream-based liqueur. Delicious served over ice. 50ml £6.00
  • Campari, Italy If you like bitters, this is the liqueur for you. With strong hints of orange peel and cherry; a perfect aperitif. 25ml £2.50
  • Chambord, France Chambord is an infusion of raspberries and blackberries in a neutral spirit with vanilla, citrus peel, honey and cognac. 25ml £4.20
  • Cointreau, France An orange flavoured French liqueur. The perfect digestif. 25ml £3.20
  • Disaronno Originale, Italy A beautiful Amaretto tasting liqueur, distilled in Italy. Disaronno has kept its recipe secret since 1525. 25ml £3.50
  • D.O.M. Benedictine, France Created in the 1800’s, there are only three people in the world who know the complete recipe for making Benedictine. This herbal liqueur has a huge variety of flavours. 25ml £4.10
  • Drambuie, Scotland A delectable Scotch Whisky liqueur made with honey, herbs and spices. A taste sensation. 25ml £4.10
  • O’Donnell Tough Nut Moonshine, England During the American prohibition, Moonshine was illegally produced and consumed by the wild ones who lived outside the law. A grain-based spirit, using hazelnuts and caramel. (Contains Nuts) 25ml £3.60
  • Wardington’s Triplecello, England Bright and bursting with citrus flavours: the finest peel, a touch of sugar and spirit combine to make the perfect digestif. 25ml £3.60
  • Southern Comfort, USA Southern Comfort is a unique spiced American whiskey flavoured liqueur, created in New Orleans by iconic bartender M.W. Heronin 1874. 25ml £3.00
  • Conker Coffee Liqueur, Italy A coffee liqueur created for the coffee lover. An uncompromised union of ethical speciality Arabica coffees and craft distilled spirit. 50ml £8.20

Beer & Cider

  • Birra Moretti 4.6%, Italy A special blend of hops that gives a unique taste and aroma, enhancing its perfectly balanced bitterness. Pint £5.20
  • Guinness 4.1%, Ireland Introduced in 1759, this famous Irish dry stout is milky on the palate with a roasted coffee, dark wheat and bitter chocolate taste. The epitome of beer. Surger Can £5.00
  • Tirril Ullswater Blonde Ale 3.8%, England Named after our beautiful, famous lake, Ullswater Blonde is a light and fresh pale ale that makes for very easy drinking. 500ml Bottle £5.10
  • Tirril Borrowdale Bitter 4.2%, England A rosy amber ale, with good depth of malt character balanced with classic British hops for a good bitterness. 500ml Bottle £5.10
  • Estrella Damm 4.6%, Spain Still made using the original recipe from 1876, this light Mediterranean lager sings of barley malt, rice, and hops; a “star” of a beer! 330ml Bottle £4.00
  • Aspall Cyder 4.5%, England Served chilled and fresh, the aromas are similar to that of a sparkling rosé wine. Perfectly refreshing since 1728. 330ml Bottle £5.00

Soft Drinks | Mixers

  • Appletiser £3.50
  • Coca-Cola £3.00
  • Diet Coca-Cola £2.80
  • Fever Tree Tonic Water £2.80
  • Fever Tree Low Calorie Tonic Water £2.60
  • Fever Tree Mediterranean Tonic Water £2.80
  • Fever Tree Ginger Ale £2.80
  • Fever Tree Soda Water £2.80
  • Bottle Green Elderflower Presse £3.30
  • Fentimans Dandelion & Burdock £3.30
  • Fentimans Ginger Beer £3.60
  • Fentimans Apple & Blackberry £4.00
  • Frobishers Orange Juice £3.20
  • Schweppes Lemonade £2.80
  • Schweppes Tomato Juice £2.50
  • Northumbria Still Water 750ml £3.70
  • Northumbria Still Water 330ml £2.20
  • Northumbria Sparkling Water 750ml £3.70
  • Northumbria Sparkling Water 330ml £2.20
Coravin Wines – Nuno’s Selection

We are pleased to be able to use the Coravin wine system to enable guests to experience some very special wines by the glass. The Coravin is a device which allows us to serve wine without removing the cork: wine is poured through a small needled that is also used to pressurise the bottle with argon gas. This process helps maintain the wines freshness.

Orange Wine - Coravin

  • 09. Naranjo Torontel, Maturana Wines, Maule Valley Chile 13.5% 50ml £6.00 | 125ml £10.50

White Wine - Coravin

  • 22. Dry Furmint, Egy Kis, Barta Hungary 12% 50ml £5.00 | 125ml £10.50
  • 23. Musar Jeune White Lebanon 13% 50ml £5.50 | 125ml £11.00
  • 25. Rioja Blanco, ‘Selección de Autor’, Oscar Tobia New Zealand 12.5% 50ml £6.00 | 125ml £12.00
  • 29. Chardonnay, Curly Flat, Macedon Ranges Australia 13.6% 50ml £7.00 | 125ml £15.00

Red Wine - Coravin

  • 50. Musar Jeune Red Lebanon 14% 50ml £5.00 | 125ml £10.50
  • 51. Pinot Noir, Sherwood Estate New Zealand 13% 50ml £5.50 | 125ml £11.00
  • 54. St Emilion, Château Barrail du Blanc Grand Cru, Etablissements J.P. Moueix France 13.5% 50ml £7.00 | 125ml £13.00
  • 57. Barolo, Casina Adelaide Italy 14.5% 50ml £8.00 | 125ml £15.50
Wines by the Glass


  • 01. Ca’ Belli, Venetto Italy 11% 125ml £6.50
  • 02. Wiston Estate Brut England 12% 125ml £13.50
  • 03. Champagne Brut, Marquis de Bonnières France 12% 125ml £13.50

Sparkling Rose

  • 05. Wiston Estate Rosé England 12% 125ml £16.50


  • 07. Pinot Grigio ‘Montevento’ Blush, Pasqua Italy 12% 175ml £9.00| 250ml £13.00


  • 10. Pinot Grigio ‘Montevento’, Pasqua Italy 12% 175ml £9.00 | 250ml £13.00
  • 11. Viognier, Mont Rocher France 13% 175ml £9.50 | 250ml £13.50
  • 12. Chardonnay ‘Les Grenadiers, Marquis de Lissac France 13.5% 175ml £9.50 | 250ml £13.50
  • 15. Sauvignon Blanc, Transcampanas Spain 13% 175ml £12.00 | 250ml £17.00
  • 19. Albariño, Argo Spain 12.5% 175ml £13.50 | 250ml £19.00


  • 33. Pinot Noir, Sanziana Romania 12.5% 175ml £9.50 | 250ml £13.50
  • 35. Cabernet Sauvignon, Domaine de Saissac France 13.5% 175ml £10.00 | 250ml £14.00
  • 36. Malbec, Inacayal Argentina 13.5% 175ml £10.50 | 250ml £14.50
  • 38. Merlot, Bain’s Kloof South Africa 14% 175ml £11.00 | 250ml £15.50
  • 39. Shiraz, The Opportunist Australia 14.5% 175ml £11.50 | 250ml £16.00
  • 40. Rioja, Bodegas Tobia Cuvee Tinto Spain 13.5% 175ml £12.00 | 250ml £16.50

By The Bottle


  • 01. Ca’ Belli, Venetto Dry with notes of apples, pears and lemon zest finised off with a delicate mouth feel. Italy 11% NV | £32.00
  • 02. Wiston Estate Brut Made up of the three classic varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier in equal parts, it is a refreshing, elegant and complete English Sparkling wine. England 12% – VG O NV | £67.00
  • 03. Champagne Marquis de Bonnières Delicate yet complex with hints of citrus fruit and a balanced palate. France 12% – VG NV | £67.00
  • 04. Billecart-Salmon, Brut Reserva Red fruits, citrus and rich, toasty brioche combine with delicate bubbles to create one of the most sought-after boutique Champagne’s around. France 12% NV | £77.00

Sparkling Rose

  • 05. Wiston Estate Rosé Brimming with ripe morello cherries, cranberries and seville oranges, this Rosé has a long creamy finish. England 12% – VG O 2014 | £82.00
  • 06. Laurent Perrier, Cuvée Rosé Iconic Rosé Champers, stylish strawberry fruit, full of vivacity and easy-drinking charm. A wonderfully refreshing aperitif. France 12% – VG NV | £97.00


  • 07. Pinot Grigio ‘Montevento’ Blush, Pasqua A fresh well balanced and fruity wine with elegant, floral notes and hints of pear and apricot. Italy 12% – VG 2020 | £32.00
  • 08. Grenache Rose, Felicette An elegant supple, succulent and aromatic rose. Pale in colour there’s plenty of red fruits such as strawberry and raspberry. France 12.5% 2021 | £34.00


  • 09. Naranjo Torontel, Maturana Wines, Maule Valley This is an aromatic orange wine of bright copper colour with notes of honey, orange peel, white flowers and a potpourri of spices such as cardamom. Refined and lean, it shows a fresh palate with a bite from the skins’ tannins. It is medium bodied, complex and concentrated. Chile 13.5% – VG 2020 | £47.00


  • 10. Pinot Grigio ‘Montevento’, Pasqua Well-balanced and refreshing with delicate notes of grilled almonds and a light citrus finish. Italy 12.5% – VG 2021 | £32.00
  • 11. Viognier, Mont Rocher A haunting honeysuckle and apricot aroma and rich, almost unctuous palate that is somehow still dry, tangy and refreshing. France 13% – VG O 2020 | £33.00
  • 12. Chardonnay ‘Les Grenadiers’, Marquis de Lissac Ripe and round with creamy peach fruit and spice vanilla notes. A perfect easy drinking wine. France 13.5% – VG O 2021 | £33.00
  • 13. Gruner Veltliner, Funkstille Subtle exotic hints, ripe pear and fresh citrus flavours, it’s a dry and complex style. The palate is rich with melon and grapefruit and a refreshing, zippy finish. Austria 12% VG 2021 | £37.00
  • 14. Vinho Verde, Vale do Homem Produced from the Loureiro and Arinto grape varieties, this wine presents itself with citrine colour, fine aroma and fruity with floral notes. Very elegant and fresh in the mouth with harmonious acidity. Portugal 12% – V 2020 | £39.00
  • 15. Sauvignon Blanc, Transcampanas White lime flowers, grapefruit and citrus with sensational ripe papaya, oil texture and zippy acidity. A classic style with laser focus. Spain 13% – VG 2021 | £42.00
  • 16. Chenin Blanc, Old Vines Rich and complex with warm peachy notes, white flowers, almond and marzipan. South Africa 13.5% – VG 2019 | £42.00
  • 17. Verdejo, Transcampanas Classic, powerful, varietal aromas of green grass, minerals and citrus fruits. Unhurried, silky mouthfeel with a restrained acidity. Spain 13% VG 2020 | £43.00
  • 18. Assyrtiko ‘Voila’, Lyrarakis Nicknamed by one critic ‘Greece’s answer to Chablis’. Single vineyard, deliciously mineral led, slightly salty and plenty of rounded stone fruits. Greece 13% – VG O 2020 | £44.50
  • 19. Albariño, Argo Melon, peach, vanilla and mineral aromas are what you want from this type of wine. Juicy and fresh, with nectarine, orange and pineapple. Spain 12.5% – VG 2021 | £47.00
  • 20. Rheingau Riesling Kabinett, Fruchtsuss Schloss Schönborn Fresh with floral notes, citrus fruits and green apples, this wine is rich and extremely easy drinking. A great aperitif. The wonderful orchard fruit notes and vibrancy leave you wanting more. Germany 9% – V 2018 | £47.00
  • 21. Pinot Gris, The Lane Dry, medium bodied and gold colour. A juicy palate featuring pear, nectarine and peach. It has a clean finish and well balanced minerally acidity. Australia 13% – VG 2019 | £47.50
  • 22. Dry Furmint, Egy Kis, Barta Meaning ‘little Furmint’ in Hungarian, Egy Kis is a fine introduction to Hungary’s flagship grape. Bursting with pear, yellow plum and a lick of fresh lime. Hungary 12% – O 2020 | £47.50
  • 23. Musar Jeune White An unoaked blend of Viognier, Vermentino and Chardonnay. Crispy and aromatic with passionfruit, apples, elderflower – and a dry, refreshing finish. Lebanon 13% – VG O 2019 | £48.00
  • 24. Chardonnay, Cartlidge and Browne Set up in a Napa garage by Tony Cartlidge in 1980, Cartlidge and Browne are a brilliant small producer. Flavours of pear, melon and light citrus with aromatics of lemon, sweet caramel and hazelnut. USA 13.5% – VG O 2019 | £50.00
  • 25. Rioja Blanco ‘Selección de Autor’, Oscar Tobia Equal parts Chardonnay and Tempranillo Blanc, this is an incredibly rich and textured barrel fermented Rioja. Expect stone fruits, white flowers, honeycomb and a full, weighty body. Spain 13.5% 2020 | £51.00
  • 26. Mâcon-Salutre-Pouilly Pale-medium lemon in colour. The nose is surprisingly full showing ripe stone fruit, mixed with almond and marzipan. The palate is elegant and has a characteristic freshness which is balanced by orchard fruit. France 13% – VG 2020 | £52.00
  • 27. Pinot Blanc, Mount Edwards Dry in style with aromas of pear and citrus are followed by flavours of stone fruit, some savoury notes with a delicate creamy like texture, all underpinned by mineral notes and refreshing acidity. New Zealand 12.5% – VG O 2018 | £54.00
  • 28. Sancerre Blanc, Domaine de Clairneaux Aromas of stone fruits and lemon zest lead to a clean and dry palate with touches of gooseberry and citrus peel. A great example of a classic Sauvignon Blanc. France 13% 2020 | £59.00
  • 29. Chardonnay, Curly Flat, Macedon Ranges Such a beautiful, mouth-watering style with golden grapefruit, guava and nectarine . This hints at tropical fruits yet retains a zesty citrus focus. Australia 13.6% – VG O 2016 | £70.00

Single Bottle White

  • 30. Condrieu, Martin Clerc This Condrieu is brilliantly balanced with integrated acidity and a great finish. This beautiful wine ranks with some of the top wine. France 14.5% 2017 | £77.00
  • 31. Puligny-Montrachet, Domaine François Carillon Pale, shimmering gold. This wine balances purity and focus with underlying richness, maintaining tension and a sense of direction throughout. France 13.5% – V 2017 | £85.00
  • 32. Chablis Grand Cru ‘Les Clos’ Christian Moreau A lovley aroma of fragrant quince and honey followed by a wave of honey and lemon on the palate, showing great class and a brilliantly long a delicious finish. France 13% – VG 2019 | £92.00


  • 33. Pinot Noir, Sanziana This historic, medium bodied wine is rich in complex flavours of ripe red fruits with deep spicy notes of cinnamon, raspberry and black cherry. Romania 12.5% – VG 2021 | £33.00
  • 34. Terras do Sado Tinto Region of Setúbal red wine with ruby colour with violet rim, red fruit aroma such as strawberries. Young, soft and balanced in the mouth. Portugal 14% 2020 | £35.00
  • 35. Cabernet Sauvignon, Domaine de Saissac Cassis and cedar, ripe and fruity. Partially aged in oak, this wine has a wonderful fruit concentration. France 13.5% – VG 2019 | £35.00
  • 36. Malbec, Inacayal Grown at the lofty heights of 1000m above sea level, Inacayal is brimming with plums, berries and chocolate as well as vanilla and cocoa. Argentina 13.5% 2021 | £36.00
  • 37. Mencia, Ribas del Cua Great aromatic intensity, dominated by red raspberries, cassis and cherry with the subtle vegetal character of the Mencia grape. Spain 14.5% 2020 | £37.00
  • 38. Merlot, Bain’s Kloof Deep ruby red in colour. With rich mocha and sweet black fruit on the nose. The palate is reflective of the nose with additional ripe red fruit and leafy notes. South Africa 14% – VG 2021 | £38.00
  • 39. Shiraz, The Opportunist An aromatic bouquet of ripe fruits, cherries and blackcurrants, with notes of freshly ground coffee, dark chocolate, peppermint, liquorice and subtle pepper. Thick and smooth with good balanced fruit weight. Australia 14.5% – VG 2020 | £38.50
  • 40. Rioja, Bodegas Tobia Cuvee Tinto Oscar Tobia is making waves for his modern approach to Rioja. This blend is incredibly juicy with minimal oak influence, it’s all about letting the bright fruit characteristics shine. Spain 13.5% NV | £40.00
  • 41. Biscardo Neropasso, Mabis A Ripasso style of wine, made famous in Amarone production, with spicy hints of cherry, black cherry, plum compote and a silky texture. Italy 13.5% – VG 2019 | £40.00
  • 42. Kotsifali, Lyrarakis Kotsifali is indisputably the classic grape of Crete. With vineyard for this situated at 500m above sea level, the wine is elegant with spices and red fruits. Greece 13.5% 2019 | £41.00
  • 43. Polemico País, Secano Interior, Viña Laurent Medium crimson in colour, this wine is supple with bright fruit and aromas of red cherries and violets. The palate is fresh, with some caramelised and earthy notes. This wine has a concentrated core of fruit and a lengthy finish. Chile 13% – VG O 2019 | £42.50
  • 44. Mucchietto IGT Primitivo del Salento Fresh red cherry, with a hint of sweet spice on the nose, the palate is crammed with juicy plums and blueberries, cinnamon and vanilla, with dark chocolate. The wine has velvety tannins and an uplifting fresh finish to balance the rich fruit. Italy 13.5% – O 2020 | £42.50
  • 45. Bobal, Mil Historias Powerful Bobal, a grape often blended with Malbec, that displays a deep cherry colour with violet tints. Nose is intense with aromas of ripe red fruit subtle hints of violets, rosemary and a touch of black pepper. Spain 14.5% – VG O 2019 | £43.00
  • 46. Pinotage, Rhebokskloof Well established wine estate Rhebokskloof is located in the heart of Paarl. A ripe, full bodied red; it boasts complex, smoky palate and savoury, toasted notes underpinning a rich fruit character. South Africa 14% – VG 2018 | £44.00
  • 47. Cabernet Franc, Kalos 59N A fine and delicately balanced example of Cabernet Franc with red fruits and spiced. Very fruit forward, medium bodied with subtle tannins. Argentina 13.5% 2018 | £44.00
  • 48. Malbec, Bodega Ruca Malen Vibrant, dark purple-red, with ripe, red cherries, plum and notes of spicy liquorice. Full and well-structured on the palate, with elegant, soft tannins and ripe black fruit balanced by a spicy oak and delicate vanilla and chocolate finish. Argentina 13.5% – VG 2019 | £45.00
  • 49. Vinho Tinto, Quinta de Chocapalha Deep colour of violet hue, with good concentration on the nose. Rich in aroma, with notes of ripe black fruit and spices combined with floral notes. In the mouth it is elegant and fresh, with an excellent combination tannins and acidity. A long finish, smooth and elegant. Portugal 13.5% – VG 2016 | £46.50
  • 50. Musar Jeune Red Cinsault, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon produce this inky dark, silky textured and aromatic wine. With blackcurrant, raspberry and cherry jam flavours and a warm spicy finish. Lebanon 14% – VG O 2019 | £47.00
  • 51. Pinot Noir, Sherwood Estate Rich plum and earthy tones with a hint of toasty oak on the nose. The palate has sweet, ripe, silky fruit and oak tannins. New Zealand 13% 2020 | £48.00
  • 52. Bourgogne Gamay, Domaine Labruyère Brightly red-fruited on the nose, it is unmistakeably Gamay, brimming with spherical, pure cherries. The palate is soft and giving, juicy and yet focused. France 13% – VG 2018 | £57.00
  • 53. Rioja Reserva, Luis Canas Mellow fresh and with the nuances of sweet red fruit. There’s a touch of liquorice and sweet spice, all wrapped in a blanket of American oak’s coconut and vanilla flavours. Spain 14.5% – VG 2015 | £57.00
  • 54. St Emilion, Château Barrail du Blanc Grand Cru, Etablissements J.P. Moueix Deepest ruby in colour, generous, sweet flavours, a succulent, medium-weight concentration and nice, fresh length. France 13.5% 2016 | £59.00
  • 55. ‘Meta’ Grenache, Schwarz Wine Co. An incredibly modern style of Grenache from Barossa legend, Jason Schwarz. It bursts with strawberries, cherries and violets, and has a texture and elegance not unlike Pinot Noir. Australia 13.5% 2020 | £59.00
  • 56. Châteauneuf du Pape Cuvee Tradition Vignobles Gonnet Ripe bramble fruit and savoury herb aromas on the nose and palate, with Christmas cake, liquorice and nutmeg notes coming through on the finish. Full bodied, concentrated and layered. France 14.5% – VG O 2018 | £70.00
  • 57. Barolo, Casina Adelaide A superb Barolo, with aromas of orange skin, plums and tobacco leaves. Tannins are vibrant and acidity is plentiful making this wine ready to enjoy. Italy 14.5% – V 2015 | £71.00
  • 58. CH by Chocapalha, Quinta de Chocapalha 100% Touriga Nacional. Rich ruby-violet wine. There is a lovely freshness and the structure, though powerful, is well integrated, coated in fruit. Portugal 13.5% 2016 | £73.00
  • 59. Amarone di Valpolicella Classico, ‘Terre di Cariano’, Cecilia Beretta Spicy, dark cherry and mocha with fresh, wild berry notes and a long, sophisticated finish. Italy 15.5% – VG 2013 | £74.00

Single Bottle Red

  • 60. Château Musar, Gaston Hochar The cooler 1998 has an elegant Cinsault dominance; the colour is lighter and more delicately perfurmed than a typical vintage. Despite this initial impression, the wine is deceptively powerful with a vibrant acidity and fresh, soft red fruit flavours and a very long, spicy finish. Lebanon 13.5% – VG 1998 | £76.00
  • 61. Pomerol, Château Lagrange, Etablissements J.P. Moueix This wine is known for its open, generous accessible style Opaque ruby colour. Arterial dark fruit, vibrantly fresh with that characteristic – inky – perfume. The palate is flavoured and generously structured with a fresh and extended finish. France 13% – VG 2015 | £77.00
  • 62. Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Crossbarn’, Paul Hobbs Paul has multiple 100 point scores on his cult classic wines from Napa. Rich and luxurious, this has a lovely purity of fruit, with aromas of blackcurrant and boysenberry leading to notes of blueberry and a touch of dried herbs. USA 15% – VG 2018 | £82.00
  • 63. Morey Saint Denis Premier Cru, Clos des Ormes A resolutely red colour. The bouquet features tremendous complexity, with in general the fruitier aromas prevailing during the earlier years before giving way to some of the meatier tones. Spicier fragrances effuse throughout ageing, instilling a unique and special character associated with Côte de Nuits wines. France 13% – VG 2017 | £92.00

Bin Ends

  • 100. Mouchão Red A lift of sappy eucalypt to its richly scented, vinous nose and palate which reveals kid glove leather, violets, warm earth and intense cherry, bilberry, and damson fruit. Portugal 14.5% – VG 2012 | £65.00

Sweet Wine

  • 64. Château Septy, AC Monbazillac Full bodied and sweet. Intense fruit flavours with herbs, flowers & honey, offset by acidity and driven minerality. The palate is ripe and rich. France 12.5% 2016 | 50ml £9.00
  • 65. Sticky Mickey, Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc, Eradus Generous, sweet flavours, a succulent, medium-weight concentration and nice, fresh length. New Zealand 12.5% 2017 | 50ml £9.00
  • 66. Cuvée Auslese, Hans Tschida Mandarin orange, rose jelly, baked apple and marzipan. Sweet but with incredible freshness that makes sure this is in no way cloying. Austria 8.5% 2020 | 50ml £6.00
  • 67. Tokaji Mad, Late Harvest, Furmint Vivid and lively late harvest wine, the natural sugar concentration is balanced by refreshing acidity. Floral, fruity intense aromas, touch of minerality and fresh fruity lingering finish. Hungary 12.5% – VG 2017 | 50ml £7.00
  • 68. San Emilio Pedro Ximenez, Solera Reserva, Emilio Lustau Dark mahogany in colour and viscous. Redolent of ripe fruit in the mouth, fried figs and roasted coffee beans. Very sweet, velvety and soft in the mouth, with an extremely long aftertaste. Spain 17% NV | 50ml £6.00
  • 69. Vinsanto del Chianti Classico, Vignamaggio This rich golden dessert wine, oozes sophistication and elegance. Tangy apricot, spiced caramel and toasted nuttiness makes this a more-ish wine. Ultimate decadence! Italy 15.5% – VG 2013 | 50ml £13.00

Fortified Wine

  • 70. Madeira, Barbeito Malvasia Aromas of dried fruit, pistachio and lemon zest. Very clean and pure on palate, citric savoury flavours bringing freshness and persistence to the wine. Portugal 19% NV | 50ml £8.00
  • 71. Niepoort 2017 LBV Port From ancient vine and hand picked grapes, this late bottled vintage retains all the primary fruit of a great ruby port, with development and complexity from 4 years in the barrel. Plums, blackberries and dark cherry are married together with subtle spice and herbs to create this amazing ruby port. Portugal 20% NV | 50ml £6.00
  • 72. Pineau des Charentes, Château de Montifaud A blend of fresh grape juice from Colombard grapes and wonderfully smooth cognac, it has a freshness, a hint of sweetness and a clean finish on the palate. Delightfully fresh. France 17% NV | 50ml £7.00
  • 73. Corney & Barrow 20 year old Tawny Port With a complex nose of warming fruit, complemented by hints of orange, nuts and spice, all reflected on the palate. Portugal 20% – VG NV | 50ml £9.00