Joly Champagne, Troissy, France
Our supplier have worked with this smaller family-run Champagne producer for over 35 years. This Champagne is slightly different as it is not the traditional blend, instead it is 100% Pinot Meunier. This is a blend of multiple vintages giving a crisp bite of apple as well as brioche undertones.
Baked goat’s cheese on puff pastry, honey and thyme, rocket, golden beets, beetroot gel, apple batons, hazelnuts
Tuffon Hall Bacchus, Castle Hedingham, Essex, England
This wine is grown just 15 miles away and is winning awards every year including the Independent English Wine Awards gold award for 2023. With notes of honeysuckle on the nose as well as kiwi, lime and grapefruit on the tastebuds, this wine delivers a subtle diverse taste that pairs great with a range of foods
Slow-braised Jacob’s ladder, horseradish mash potato, shallot petals, onion ketchup, garlic crumb, dill oil, red wine gravy
Chateaux Vieux Bonneau, Montagne, Saint-Emillion, France
This wine is a mix of 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc. From the Montagne region of Saint Emilion which is known for its incredible blended wines. The vineyard is over 100 years old and the vines average an age of over 35 years. This wine has been aged for a year in French oak to give it a smooth and rounded finish that will make your beef rib sing.
Sparkling Shiraz Patritti, Australia
Patritii Liqueur Muscat, McLaren Vale, Australia
A fortified wine from McLaren Vale made from the Muscat grape. This is the perfectly accompaniment for any spiced dessert as the sweet sticky flavours burst out of the bottle. This muscat may as well be refined Christmas pudding in a bottle. You will definitely be asking for more!