Sparkling & Dessert Wine List


Prosecco is an Italian white sparkling wine, generally a dry or extra dry wine. It is made from Glera grapes, formerly known also as Prosecco.

67 – Prosecco Treviso Spumante DOC, Casa Gheller, 11%

150ml £4.90

75cl £25.50

The darling sparkling Prosecco of Italy! Crisp, refreshing & wonderfully effervescent. This classic wine is brimming with fresh fruits, floral notes & is alive with zingy fruit character & golden apples.

68 – Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG, Santa Margherita, 11.5%


Made with Glera grapes grown in the hills around the town of Valdobbiadene in the Northern Veneto. Cool fermented and vinified in stainless-steel to preserve the crisp and fresh aromas of apples and pears.

69 – Millesimato Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG Extra Dry Bortolomiol, 2014, 11.5%


The Senior is the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG par excellence. For a long time the sparkling Prosecco could be anything more than extra dry for its natural sweetness & sugar residue.

70 – Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Bandarossa DOCG, Bortolomiol, 2014, 11.5%


Originally the Banda Rossa or Red Band was a mark that the founder, Giuliano Bortolomiol, put only on bottles containing the best Extra Dry of the year. These were the bottles that were kept for real friends, those who shared his passion for the land, tradition & good wine. It had its own label & signifies the quality of the best wines from the Bortolomiol winery.

71 – Superiore di Cartizze, Valdobbiadene DOCG, Bortolomiol, 2012, 11.5%


There is a particularly precious hillside area in Valdobbiadene called Cartizze. It’s a place of breathtaking beauty, and is absolutely timeless. The Cartizze hill is a genuine Grand Cru. It is said that in these few hilly hectares the best grapes are grown. For its unique exposure to the sun and the mineral-rich soil, here the vines produce more rounded berries, swollen with juice and with a sugary taste that makes them of superior quality.


72 – Rotari Rose Metodo Classico, Mezzacorona, 2015, 12.5% (Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay)


Produced with Pinot Noir & Chardonnay grapes that are harvested by hand & grown in the hills of Trentino. The Pinot Noir grapes are harvested slightly early so that characteristic aromatic notes of red fruit can be brought to the nose, & the structure, richness & importance can be brought to the palate.

73 – Pinot Grigio Metodo Classico Santa Margherita DOC, 2010, 12.5 (Grape variety: 100% Pinot grigio)


A wine for the most curious and demanding palate. In celebration of the first 50 years of the very first Italian Pinot Grigio ever vinified in white, Santa Margherita has created the world’s first Pinot Grigio Metodo classic (Traditional Method). With only 3000 bottles produced in our cellar in Alto-Adige, a prime terroir for our Pinot Grigio, it offers freshness allied to minerality yet complexity & richness of the fruit, resulting in an overall sumptuous organoleptic balance.

74 – Cuvee Imperiale Max Rose Spumante, Berlucchi, Franciacorta DOCG, 2014, 12.5% (Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay)


Light salmon pink colour with a soft mousse of creamy foam providing a cascade of extremely fine bubbles. The bouquet has aromas of wild berries & ripe fruit with a rich & silky palate that is full-bodied & satisfying.

74 – Ca’ del Bosco Cuvee Prestige Rose, 2015, 12.5%


Deep pink in colour, this rose has fruity aromas of raspberry, strawberry and dried red fruits. On the palate is has creamy and citrusy notes with a hint of golden apples and a fine long perlage.


75 – Moet et Chandon NV, 12.5%


Moët & Chandon’s unique style, a style distinguished by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate & its elegant maturity.

76 – Perrier Jouet NV, 12.5%


Floral & fruity variations. The elegance & finesse of an unwavering style.

77 – Laurent Perrier Rose NV, 12%


Prior to 1968, making non-vintage rosé champagne was virtually unthinkable. It was in the midst of a cultural revolution that the visionary Bernard de Nonancourt gave it its credentials. This daring wine combines real structure with freshness & a soft, vinous character.


78 – Donato Antinori, 16.5%

50ml £5.95

Produced with Trebbiano & a small quantity of Malvasia grapes, this wine is aged for a long period in barrels, where it gains its typical characteristics: deep colour, intense aromas of dry fruits & wood. Taste is smooth & pleasantly sweet.

79 – Vendemmia tardiva Mandrarossa 2006, 13.5%

50cl £5.95

Produced in a small vineyard that slopes down toward the coast, between sandy dunes & wild vegetation. The breeze refreshes the grapes that are left to ripen on the plant.

80 – Vin Santo del Chianti Rocca delle Macie, 15.5%

50ml £6.95

Rich & round with a very good structure. Great dessert wine, it is very pleasant by itself at the end of a meal, but traditionally it combines very well with dry cookies like Tuscan Cantucci.

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