House Wines

White Wines by the Glass

1. Sauvignon Blanc, El Picador, Chile
Made in a New Zealand style – crisp, zesty and full of lively elderflower fruit.
175ml £4.50, Bottle £17.50

2. Chardonnay, Le Charme, Vin de Pays, France
Soft, easy drinking dry white with rounded tropical fruit and no oak.
175ml £4.50, Bottle £17.50

Rose Wines by the Glass

43. Cabernet Rosé, El Picador, Chile
Off-dry, rounded and full of dried strawberry and cream soda flavours.
175ml £4.50, Bottle £17.50

Red Wines by the Glass

24. Tempranillo, Pleno, Navarra, Spain
A lovely soft, easy drinking red, brimful of vibrant red berries, some spice and a hint of cayenne pepper.
175ml £4.50, Bottle £17.50

25. Merlot. El Picador, Chile
Dark, dense and full of concentrated mocha and cherry fruit, overlaid with the merest hint of vanilla oak.
175ml £4.50, Bottle £17.50

125ml glass size available on request – £3.25 per glass
250ml Glass size available on request – £6.25 per glass

White Wines

1. Sauvignon Blanc, El Picador, Chile
Made in a New Zealand style – crisp, zesty and full of lively elderflower fruit.
Bottle £17.50

2. Chardonnay, Le Charme, Vin de Pays, France  
Soft, easy drinking dry white with rounded tropical fruit and no oak.
Bottle £17.50

3. Chenin Blanc, Drakensberg, South Africa 
Zesty, fresh and crisp with an underlying tropical fruitiness. Subtle notes of grapefruit and honey.
Bottle £17.00

4. Sauvignon Blanc, Le Charme, Vin de Pays, France
Overt bouquet with classical gooseberry pungency. Refreshing and quenching on the palate.
Bottle £18.50

5. Pinot Grigio, Pure, Trentino, Italy  
Zing! A delightful expressive, dry wine with refreshing apple and citrus flavours.
Bottle £19

6. Viognier, Les Coches, Central Valley, Chile
Aromatic and textured, this boldly flavoured white shows off the exotic side of viognier. There’s rich pears, peaches and melons with appley freshness.
Bottle £20.50

7. Chardonnay, Les Argelieres, France  
A rich style of Chardonnay exuding pronounced creamy, fruity and buttery flavours, balanced by a crisp, citrus acidity. Beautifully balanced, layers of fruit flavour and fresh acidity on the finish.
Bottle £22.75

8. Marsanne Viognier. Xavier Roger, France   
The nose shows, at first, tropical fruit, followed by notes of peach, apricot and mineral hints. In the mouth, smoothness and intense flavours are held together by a zesty refreshing acidity.
Bottle £24.00

9. Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine La Serra, Languedoc,France  
Youthfully pale lemon yellow, with a nose of lemon and lime fruit, and an intriguing blend of white blossom and green herb notes. Vibrant green apple fruit with a refreshingly dry and acidic finish.
Bottle £26.75

10. Sauvignon Blanc, Kuki, Marlborough, New Zealand    
An explosive array of passion fruit and gooseberry aromas combined with crushed herbs. A classic Marlborough palate of lime, currants and ripe guava fruit supported by a razor sharp minerality.
Bottle £27.00

11.Albarino Alba Vega, Rias Baixas, Spain    
Clean and fresh with delicate citrus notes on the nose and a palate packed with green apple, orange peel and lime flavours.
Bottle £27.50

12. Pinot Gris, Dopff &Irion, Alsace, France  
Elegantly presented wine with good depth and drive of stone fruit, pear and minerally fruit flavours.
Bottle £35

13. Gavi DOCG Ca”Solare, Piedmont, Italy
When we nose the wine we get delicate citrus notes and a hint of almond and pine. The palate is clean, crisp and lifted by a lovely lemony zing, on the finish its lean and refreshing.
Bottle £35.50

14. Chablis 2015 Domaine Testut, France 
Brilliant colour with green highlights. The nose is precise and pure
with notes of citrus fruit.
½ Bottle £18.00, Bottle £36.00

15. Sauvignon Blanc, Professor Black, Western Cape, South Africa   
The wine shows an abundance of tropical fruit, pear, grapefruit and lime aromas. The mouth feel is crisp, yet rich and fruity, and coats the pallet evenly.
Bottle £37.50

16. Sancerre ‘Le Pierrier’, Domaine Thomas, Loire     
Crisp, pungent, grassy and complex Sauvignon Blanc from a boutique estate.
Bottle £38.50

17. Chablis 1er Cru Montmain, Burgundy, France        
Consistently good premier cru Chablis with weight and poise.
Bottle £47.50

18. Chardonnay, Juniper Crossing, Margaret River, New Zealand  
The textural palate is balanced with fine stone fruit, ripe citrus and melon flavours with a smooth juicy feel in the mouth and lingering clean finish.
Bottle £38.50

Champagne and Sparkling Wines

19. Prosecco, Pure, Veneto, Italy  
Crisp, grapey and zesty with a lovely freshness, an inspiration for the
original Bellini.
Bottle £22.50

Prosecco, Villa Sandi, Italy (20cl) Bottle £6.50

20. Il Fresco Rosé Frizzante, Villa Sandi, Italy               
Fruity and flowery bouquet with delicate notes of unripe golden apple and small mountain flowers.
Bottle £22.50

21. Georges Gardet Brut Special NV  
Yellow honey gold colour, with aromas of wheat and chalk and once in the    mouth white summer fruits. A  fine balance of aroma, taste and long finish.
½ Bottle 25.00
, Bottle £45.50

22. Moet et Chandon Brut Imperial NV               
World famous full-bodied wine of great depth and style. This was Napoleon’s favourite wine, he conferred the title “Imperial” on the blend.
½ Bottle 30.00, Bottle £60.00

23. Laurent Perrier Rose NV Brut              
With its distinctive bottle and array of alpine strawberry, raspberry and
bread yeast characters this is a wonderfully complex, dry rose Champagne.
Bottle £80.00

Red Wines

24. Tempranillo, Pleno, Navarra, Spain              
A lovely soft, easy drinking red, brimful of vibrant red berries, some spice and a hint of cayenne pepper.
Bottle £17.50

25. Merlot, El Picador, Chile               
Dark, dense and full of concentrated mocha and cherry fruit, overlaid with the merest hint of vanilla oak.
Bottle £17.50

26. Sangiovese, Ca Tesore, Puglia, Italy               
Has a particular unique bouquet of mature fruits with notes of cherry and prune. It has a pleasing freshness and balance on the palate
Bottle £18

27. Shiraz/Cabernet, Red Cliffs Estate, Victoria, Australia              
Nice and jammy with dollops of stewed black fruit and a hint of spice.
Bottle £18.50

28. Malbec, Las Pampas, Argentina               
Purplish red colour with aromas of fresh red fruits and notes of coffee.
Bottle £19

29. Carmenere, Turi Estate, Chile                
Softer and more rounded than Merlot with a hint of capsicum and Morello cherry.
Bottle £19.50

30. Rioja Crianza, Bodegas Muerza, Spain
Seamless, supple Rioja from an award-winning bodega that has benefitted from 12 months in oak and 12 months in bottle prior to release.
½ Bottle £14.00, Bottle £23.50,

31. Cabernet Sauvignon, Monastier, Grignon, France
A smooth, perfectly balanced, fruit forward Cabernet brimming with cassis, cherry and hedgerow fruits. It’s got great mouthfeel and is very soft on the finish.
Bottle £24.00

32. Shiraz, Pitch Fork, McLaren Vale, South Australia                
Soft, ripe and jammy Shiraz with hints of coffee and oak.
Bottle £24.50 

33. Syrah, Smart Dog, Alentejo, Portugal                
This is a wonderfully rich flavoured and full bodied red with spice and ripe dark fruits. Full in the mouth but smooth and supple on the finish this is a really great wine.
Bottle £24.95

34. Alicante Bouschet, Xavier Roger, France

Flavours of lovely red berries, violet and vanilla, slightly spiced with black pepper, a lot of fruit in the juicy texture, a round smooth body and a nice finish.

Bottle £25.00

35.  Pinotage, Avondale, Avondale Estate, South Africa              
Beautiful fruit flavours dominate the nose of this wine, with just a touch of wood to add to the complexity of the bouquet.
Bottle £27.50

36. Fleurie AC, Domaine Pardon, France               
From one of the most illustrious appellations in France, this supple, elegant
and fruit-filled red is drinking really well now. 100% Gamay grape.
Bottle £29.95

37. Pinot Noir Kuki, Marlborough, New Zealand
Aromas of red berry, cherry spice with slight savoury notes. The palate shows bright cherry and brambly berry with firm tannins giving succulent length and suppleness.
Bottle £35.00

38. Valpolicella ‘Ripasso’ Villa Alta, Veneto, Italy
This is what happens when you ferment Valpolicella with Amarone – the result is a big, dense red with lots of spicy bitter cherry fruit.
Bottle £36.00

39. Springhill Merlot, Irvine Estates, Eden Valley, Australia               
An expressive nose full of summer berries and spice. Medium-bodied with great elegance and restraint.
Bottle £37.50

40. Rioja Reserva, Bodegas Vega, Spain                 
With 2 years in small oak barrels and 3 years in the cellar thereafter, this is a finely balanced, 
complex red with velvety tannins and a core of sweet red fruit. Very polished and very nice!
Bottle £40.00

41. Château Corbin 2012, St. Emillon, France           
Rich Plummy, concentrated wine with plush tannins and a beautiful balance. Outstanding value for money.
Bottle £45.00

42. Châteauneuf du Pape, Telegramme 2013, Rhone 
A unique wine from the famed Vieux Telegraphe estate in central Chateauneuf. This is a heady and warming blend of spicy Grenache and Syrah – built to satisfy!
Bottle £52.00

Rose Wines

43. Cabernet Rosé, El Picador, Chile
Off-dry, rounded and full of dried strawberry and cream soda flavours.
Bottle £17.50

44. Blush Zinfandel, Route 66, California
Ripe, fruity and showing lovely sweet strawberry and cream flavours. Medium sweet in style.
Bottle £18

45. Cotes de Provence Rose, Henri Gaillard, France
A crisply delicate pale rose from the beautiful region of Provence – this is steely fresh and yet with a roundness and a  hint of strawberry and spice.
Bottle £24.50

Dessert Wine

46. Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, Plaimont, Francecat Blanc, (50cl)
The golden colour and sparkling tints of this wine gives a clue to its rich complex nose and refreshing acidity.
Bottle £23.75

Available by the 50ml glass  – £3.25

47. Rutherglen Liqueur Muscat, Campbells, Victoria, Australia (37.5cl)
½ bottle of a unique style of wine from Rutherglen in Victoria. Bright amber-gold with copper tints in the glass. Luscious mouthfilling raisined fruit combines perfectly with the toffee and vanilla flavours from the oak.

Bottle £27.95

Available by the 50ml glass – £4.50


48. Colheita 1994 Tawny, Pocas (bottle)  
Award winning Port House rarely seen in the UK – this is an unblended example of that rarest of tawny ports, a Colheita. Smooth, mellow and layered with raisins, fig and roasted nut flavours, spice and coffee essence on the finish
Bottle £50.00

Available by the 50ml glass – £4.00

From time to time the stated vintage will be unavailable, however an alternative will be offered in replacement.

Bottled Beers, Ciders & Ales

Becks (275ml/5%abv) £3.25

Budweiser (300ml/5%abv) £3.25

Peroni – Nastro Azzuro (330ml/ 5.1%abv) £3.50

Stella Artois (330ml/5.2%abv) £3.25

Magners Vintage Cider (330ml/4.5%abv) £3.50

Fyne Ales Avalanche (500ml4.5%abv) £4.25

Fyne Ales Jarl (500ml/3.8%abv) £4.25

Fyne Ales Hurricane Jack (500ml/4.4%abv) £4.25

Fyne Ales Highlander (500ml/4.8%abv) £4.25

Fyne Ales Maverick (500ml/4.2%abv)£4.25


Archers (25ml) £2.50

Bacardi (25ml) £2.50

Campari (50ml) £2.50

Cinzano Bianco (50ml) £2.50

Courvoisier (25ml) £2.50

Dubonnet (25ml) £2.50

Gordon’s Gin (25ml) £2.50

Bombay Sapphire Gin (25ml) £3.25

Malibu (25ml) £2.50

Martini Extra Dry/Rosso (50ml) £2.50

Morgan’s Spiced Rum (25ml) £2.50

Pernod (25ml) £2.50

Pimms (25ml) £2.50

Port (50ml) £2.75

Navy Rum (25ml) £2.50

Rum (Appleton Estate VX) (25ml) £3.00

Sambuca (25ml) £2.50

Sherry (50ml) £2.50

Southern Comfort (25ml) £2.50

Vodka (25ml) £2.50


Isle of Skye (blend 8yr old) (25ml) £2.50

Famous Grouse (25ml) £2.50

Jameson’s Irish Whisky (25ml) £2.50

Jack Daniel’s (25ml) £2.50

Malts – See separate list – All 25ml £4.00


Amaretto (25ml) £3.50

Baileys (50ml) £3.50

Benedictine (25ml) £3.50

Calvados (25ml) £3.50

Cointreau (25ml) £3.50

Drambuie (25ml) £3.50

Grand Marnier (25ml) £3.50

Grappa (25ml) £3.50

Glayva (25ml) £3.50

Strega (25ml) £3.50

Tia Maria (50ml) £3.50

Mixers/soft drinks

Appletiser £1.50

Bitter Lemon £1.50

Coke/Diet Coke £1.50

Cranberry Juice £1.50

Fresh Orange £1.50

Fresh Orange & Lemonade £1.85

J2O £1.80

Ginger Ale £1.20

Ginger Beer £1.50

Irn Bru £1.50

Lemonade £1.50

Highland Spring Mineral Water (330ml) £1.30

Highland Spring Mineral Water (1L) £3.00

Tonic Water £1.20

Soda Water £1.50

Tomato Juice Cocktail £1.50

Coffee/ Tea

Black £1.75

White Coffee £1.90

Latte £2.25

Espresso £1.75

Double Espresso £2.50

Cappuccino £2.25

Special Coffee £5.95
(Choice of spirit/ fresh cream)

Tea and infusions £2.00
(Camomile/English Breakfast/Earl Grey/Green/Peppermint)

Malt Whiskies

All 25ml £4.00


Oban 14 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Olive gold.
Nose: Rich sweetness and fruits – oranges, lemons and pears, with sea-salt and peaty smokiness.
Body: Full, rich.
Taste: Mouth-filling late autumn fruits – dried figs and honey-sweet spices; followed by a smoky malty dryness.
Finish: Long, smooth-sweet finish with oak-wood, dryness and a grain of salt.

Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Yellow gold.
Nose: Wholemeal and honey quality to the nose and slightly smoky.
Taste: Smooth, soft and lasting flavours of heather, honey sweetness and vanilla followed by deeper citrus-fruit flavours and hints of malted bread.
Finish: Long smooth, lingering, surprisingly intense finish that starts sweetly, then gives way to smoke, peat and malt.

Glengoyne 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Golden yellow. Clear and bright.
Nose: Sweet, with toffee and popcorn aromas. Slightly nutty, with fresh green apples coming through.
Taste: Clean, sweet. Green apples and grass with a hint of sweet liquorice.
Finish: Sweet and malty.

Glenmorangie 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Yellow gold.
Nose: A rich nose, flower and spicy hints with some vanilla wood notes.
Taste: The taste confirms the nose, delicate honey wood taste with a subtle hint of nuttiness.
Finish: Smooth and relatively long.


Macallan 10 Year Old Sherry Oak.
Colour: Pale Gold.
Nose: A hint of sweet toffee balanced with dried fruits and sherry.
Taste: Smooth with dried fruits, sherry sweetness and wood smoke.
Finish: Dried fruits, sweet toffee and a hint of wood spice.

Glenfiddich Special Reserve 12 Year Old.
Colour: Pale Gold.
Nose: Fresh and fragrant, touch of pear.
Taste: Distinctive, well-balanced flavour of rich fruit, subtle pine and a hint of peatiness.
Finish: Satisfyingly long, lingering and rounded and smooth aftertaste.

Cragganmore 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Golden.
Nose: Rich, dryish and complex, fragrant and flowery, with notes of grass and smoke.
Taste: Clean, round, malty and well-balanced.
Finish: Lingering malt and soft smoke, a grand Speyside afterglow.

The Glenlivet 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Light or pale gold.
Nose: Aromatic, with flowers. Clean and simple,with some maltiness. Sherry notes, some spice and vanilla.
Taste: Subtle peatiness. Delicate. Slightly sweet and fruity, with vanilla notes. Clean and well-balanced.
Finish: Long, but mild and warming. A trace of peat at the end.


Bowmore 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Warm Amber.
Nose: Peaty, lemon, pears and honey.
Body: Medium.
Taste: Smokiness balanced by heather honey sweetness. Chocolate, pear, citrus bouquet.
Finish: Long, complex and satisfying.

Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Deep gold.
Nose: Full, refined and rich with oily peat hints, toffee, liquorice and flowers.
Taste: Rather intense but still sweet with some peat hints, a rather rustic butstill delicate taste.
Finish: A pleasant long full finish, coming back on ripe fruit and honey.

Laphroaig 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Rich deep gold.
Nose: Very powerful, “medicine”, smoke, seaweed and ozone characters overlaying a sweetness.
Body: Full and strong.
Taste: A massive peated burst of flavour with hints of sweetness at the end.
Finish: Long and savoury.

Lagavulin 16 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Deep amber gold.
Nose: Intense peat smoke with iodine and seaweed and a rich, deep sweetness.
Body: Full and rich.
Taste: Dry peat smoke fills the palate with a gentle but strong sweetness, followed by sea and salt with touches of wood.
Finish: A long, smooth, elegant peat-filled finish with lots of salt and seaweed.


Highland Park 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Glowing amber.
Nose: Heather-honey sweetness; peaty smokiness.
Taste: Rounded smoky sweetness; full malt delivery.
Finish: Teasing, heathery, delicious.

Tobermory 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Light amber.
Nose: Fresh, lightly peated smoky nose with sweet malty and fruity notes. Hints of wood.
Taste: Peaty, fruity on a woody background. Little nuttiness.
Finish: A short finish with some malt hints.

Isle of Jura 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Light golden, yellow.
Nose: Light clean and fresh, with a hint sea salt. Almonds, and spice notes.
Taste: Light peaty notes, with fruit and spicy overtones.
Finish: Sweet, peaty.

Talisker 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Deep gold.
Nose: Powerful peat-smoke with sea-water saltiness, the liquor of fresh oysters, a citrus sweetness.
Taste: A rich dried-fruit sweetness with clouds of smoke and strong barley-malt flavours, warming and intense. At the back of the mouth is an explosion of pepper.
Finish: Huge, long, warming peppery finish with an appetising sweetness.


Glenkinchie 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Deep gold.
Nose: Soft and delicate aroma, with grassy and slightly sweet, fruity notes.
Taste: Light body. Smooth and malty with a touch of peat.
Finish: Full, rich finish. A little salty, warm and long.


Springbank 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Light gold.
Nose: Citrus fruits, pears and a hint of peat.
Taste: Touches of smoke, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and a salty tang.
Finish: Full, rich finish. A little salty, warm and long.