We brought Josh Mullock, in as a consultant, to add the same level of sparkle to our wine list. And he only bloody nailed it. Expect fantastic, tasty wines from three of the regions most recognised vintners and their representatives.
Adam Ketteringhan from Corney and Barrow
Iain Andrew from Yorkshire Vintners
Eric Bachellerie from Berkmann Wine Cellars
We are continually changing our list to suit our customers requests and the shifting in the seasons.If there is something swish you’ve tasted and want us to add it to our list, send a photo of said juice to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will consider putting it on our list.
Spain - Green apple notes with light acidity and lime citrus, great with one of our salads or chicken dishes. This one is a soft and crushable juice.
Treviso, Italy - Fresh and bright with notes of vanilla this is an easy drinking white that will have you reaching for the next bottle.
South Australia - Refreshing dry white whine, with lively citrus fruity and crisp acidity.
South Africa - They grow more Chenin grapes in South Africa than the rest of the world, capturing sunshine in a glass. This wine is the first on the list at The Ritz and when you try it it'll be easy to see why.
Chile - Crisp, clean and fruity . Notes of passion fruit with light citrus acidity. A class of it's own.
Bodegas Valdemar - The forgotten shade of Rioja! They're just a good as the reds, refreshing with soft citrus fruits it's amazing with seafood.
Malborough - One of the most popular and famous styles of Sauvignon in the world, and rightly so. Passionfruit, melon and a refreshing herbaceous character combine to create a perfect Malborough Sauvignon.
Bodegas Calazul, Val de Salnes, Rias Baixas - Spain's current most famous export - a wine gaining huge popularity for all the right reasons. Peachy, floral, fresh an wonderfully aromatic.
West Australia Riesling doesn't have to be from Germany, and it definitely does not have to be sweet. Dry, crisp with racy acidity and pure lime peel flavour.
Wachau - 'The Austrian's keep all the good stuff for themselves' apart from this. Classic Gruner, white pepper, lime peel and ultra drinkability. If you've not had it before this is a must try.
The Lane, Australia - We all know Pinot Grigio, except this is all grown upand in it's little black dress. Serious wine, texture richness balanced with a amazing freshness - this is what Oz can really do.
Napa Valley - If you like rich Chardonnay then this is for you. Tropical fruit with nice spice toast an richness coming from oak.
Chablis, France - Domaine Dampt is well known as one of the greats of Chablis. A chance to try top Chablis by the glass you really shouldn't miss. Chardonnay at it's best!
Chardoux, France - A classic of the wine world , aromatic, minerals, its everything a great Sancerre should be. A real treat.
Macon, Burgundy, France - From a super vintage for white burgundy, a classic Fuisse. Ripe, textured, wonderful tropical fruit and balanced with beautifully integrated oak. One of the greats.
Burgundy, France - A wine maker rapidly becoming one of the greats in France. Everything you could want in a glass of white - the wonderful masculine profile of Chassagne balanced with the unique elegance that Carillon brings to his wine. The best glass on the list.
Spain - Soft, fruity and juicy Tempranillo grapes most famous for their use in Rioja. Zero oak, fruity with medium body. Goes down a treat.
Australia - Pinot Noir doesn't have to be from France or New Zealand. This Australian has all the hallmarks of great, elegant Pinot Noir, but with a little more Aussie sun for a fruity punch.
Southern France - A harmony of elegant fruit of Syrah with the body and spice of the Grenache. Just lovely.
St. Marc, France - Pair with Pizza and BBQ. This is everything you'd expect. Big, soft, plummy and super quaffable. Another glass please?
St. Marc, France - Classically French with all the hallmarks of a sophisticated Cabernet. Rich cherry nose with blackcurrant fruit flavours.
Spain - A magnificent Spanish Malbec, big, rich, brooding and super fruity.
Monteplulciano, Italy - Think Chianti but without the hefty price tag. Cherries, earthiness and amazing with food. An Italian staple.
Puglia, Italy - Classic 'Primitivo' barrel aged for depth of flavour producing smoky tones with rich fruit.
Rioja, Spain - Martinez Bujanda are rightly known as one of the greats. This is a gorgeous style of Crianza Rioja - sweet spice, red fruits and a few years old meanng it's at the perfect age right now.
South Africa - Love Chateau Neuf de Pape? So do we, but not always the expense. This is exactly the grapes they use but just made in the Cape and has notes of juicy dark bramble fruit, and a touch of American oak.
Tuscany, Italy - Earthy, savoury spicy and jam packed with cherry and red fruit flavours. Tuscany for many is the home of great Italian red and drinking this it's easy to see why.
South Africa - One to rival the more famous Australian style. Deep purple colour, rich damson fruit and perfectly balanced oak made by a top South African estate.
Wente California - Sweet spice, fruit and concentrated dark berries in California's own grape variety.
Delinquente, Riverland, Australia - Lovely dense purple fruit and super soft with none of those Italian tannins present. If you love Shiraz - this is the one.
Ribera del Duero from the wine maker of 'Pingus' (give it a Google) is one of Spain's greatest modern wines. Think Rioja but with more richness. Ultimate fine wine by the glass, arguably the best value wine on the list, simply a treat you should and must not miss the pleasure of trying.
Fixin is next door to Gevrey Chambertain, the home of some of the most collected and expensive Pinot Noirs in the world. This is a fraction of the price for vineyards that sometimes border it's more expensive neighbour. The birth place of fine wine and Pinot Noir at it's best.
From one of the oldest estates and best vintages in Rioja - another world class wine that's in an amazing drinking window. The epitome of traditional Rioja - extended oak and bottle ageing, amazing softness and texture and mind blowing complexity. Words don't do this wine justice.
Grand Cru St Emilion is from a famous estate, but one of the best value vintages recently. 2009 and 2010 were some of the best vintages in memory, however we have forgotten about 2008 so this wine is immensely undervalued. Plummy, soft from Merlot, spicy and leathery from the Cabernet. Top Bordeaux for any oenophile.
Barossa, Australia - Surely it's all in the name? A big, juicy, spicy, enticing and super fun Aussie Shiraz from a young and out there winemaking team.
Dominus estate have made some of Napa's top wines that have achieved 100 points from many a wine critic. Othello is made from younger vines but with the same expert winemaking. Outstanding
Fresh, fruity, lively and perfect party bubbles.
A fruitier cava with a delightful blush of pink.
Not to be patriotic, but this knocks the socks of Champagne. England's best and oldest wine state. Don't even bother with the French stuff - this is our fizz of choice.
100% Pinot Noir means big, ripe red fruit flavours and a rich full bodied style. Definitely the perfect fizz alongside food.
We all know the German's make great cars, but the German heritage in this champagne has the same kind of precision in winemaking. One of the most undervalued champagnes on the markert - honestly as good as Dom any day.
Grand Cru vineyards in champagne are the most expensive vineyards in the world. Combining the ripeness of the Grand Cru and vintage with the freshness and balance of Chardonnay. Vintage champagne at it's best - a real treat.
Iconic champagne from Laurent Perrier. Not just amazing marketing - serious juice. 85% of the grapes are grand cru, made in a unique way. Strawberries, grapefruit and raspberries. The ultimate pink fizz.
The Father of Champagne, enough said.
Strawberries with a hint of sweetness.
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