Scott's Wine List

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These wines are listed according to their type rather than their country of origin.

Bin
No.

HOUSE WINES

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 125ml
Glass

Per 75cl
Bottle

1.

DRY WHITE, COLOMBARD / UGNI BLANC / GROS MANSENG,
Domaine de Maubet, Vin de Pays des Côtes de Gascogne, France 1999

11.0%

£1.70

£9.50

A delicate, dry, light golden wine, with a firm, crisp aromatic character, from south-west France.

2.

SOFT RED, MERLOT,
Les Vigneaux, Vin de Pays d'Oc, France 1999

12.5%

£1.70

£9.50

The principal grape of St. Emilion has been transplanted to the south of France, making this beautifully balanced supple red wine.

3.

MEDIUM DRY WHITE, MULLER-THURGAU,
Niersteiner Gutes Domtal, Peter Bott, Rhine, Germany 1997

9.5%

£1.50

£8.00

Subtle and appealing floral perfume and palate. Medium dry, grapey style, from the Rhine land.


Bin
No.

LOW ALCOHOL WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 75cl
Bottle

4.

CHARDONNAY, Loxton, Medea Valley, Australia

1.2%

£7.00

A most acceptable low alcohol wine from South Eastern Australia.


Bin
No.

NON ALCOHOLIC WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 75cl
Bottle

5.

CHARDONNAY, Eisberg Sparkling White Wine

0.05%

£7.50

Lightly sparkling, medium dry wine for the driver.


Bin
No.

CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle

6.

MUSCAT, ASTI SPUMANTE, Italy

7.5%

£9.50

Medium sweet Italian sparkling wine.

7.

PINOT NOIR, SEAVIEW BRUT, McLaren Vale, South Australia

11.5%

£12.00

Mouth filling and fresh, with a good mousse. Made by the traditional method, this is a sparkling wine of finesse and elegance.

8.

PINOT NOIR / PINOT MEUNIER / CHARDONNAY,
CHAMPAGNE BRUT, Bauget-Jouette, Epernay, France

12.0%

£16.50

£29.00

Our House Champagne is highly recommended. Produced by a well regarded family firm based in Epernay.

Bin
No.

BONE DRY WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle

10.

MUSCADET de Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie,
Château la Noe, Loire, France 1998/99 ( halves Hauts-Pémions 1997 )

12.0%

£6.50

£11.00

Traditional vinification in vats and small oak barrels prior to bottling straight from the lees gives this dry white Loire wine extra character.

11.

ALIGOTÉ, Bourgogne, Domaine Felix, Saint Bris, Burgundy France 1998

12.5%

£14.00

Dry balanced crisp refreshing Aligoté from a village west of Chablis.

12.

SAUVIGNON BLANC, SANCERRE, Domaine de la Mercy-Dieu,
Bernard Bailly-Reverdy, Bué, Loire France 1998 ( halves 1999 )

13.0%

£10.00

£18.00

A lively, aromatic Sauvignon nose, with balancing acidity. Clean crisply dry and full of fruit. A beautifully elegant Sancerre.

13.

CHARDONNAY, CHABLIS, Domaine de l'Églantière,
Jean Durup, Burgundy, France 1998 ( halves 1998 )

12.5%

£9.00

£17.00

Single vineyard Chablis. The bouquet is fresh and toasty, with a soft, fruity palate that ends with a flinty firmness.


Bin
No.

DRY WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle

1.

COLOMBARD / UGNI BLANC / GROS MANSENG,
Domaine de Maubet, Vin de Pays des Côtes de Gascogne, France 1999

11.0%

£9.50

A delicate, dry, light golden wine, with a firm, crisp aromatic character, from south-west France. HOUSE WINE.

20.

SAUVIGNON BLANC, Jackson Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand 1999

12.5%

£18.50

Prize winning flavours with tremendous fruitiness, although still quite dry.

21.

SAUVIGNON BLANC, Aurelio Montes, Curico, Chile 2000

13.5%

£11.50

Bags of gooseberry and grapefruit on the nose that carries all the way through the palate, leaving a big smack of fruit to finish.

22.

CHARDONNAY, Te Mata Estate, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 1998

13.5%

£17.00

Fresh, creamy and buttery with a balancing toasty oak character.

23.

CHARDONNAY, Rouge Homme, Coonawarra, Australia 1998

13.5%

£16.00

Rich and oaky with tropical fruits on the nose and a long buttery finish.

24.

VIOGNIER, Angels Creek, Lodi, California, USA 1998

13.2%

£14.50

Complex rich fruit & floral aromas & flavours in abundance.

25.

SEMILLON / TRAMINER, Tyrrell's Long Flat White,
Hunter Valley, South East Australia 1998 ( halves 1996 )

11.0%

£7.00

£14.00

Delightful Semillon and Traminer blend from South East Australia.

26.

CHENIN BLANC, First River Winery, Stellenbosch, S Africa 1999/2000

13.5%

£10.00

Very fruity, not too dry, with banana and bubble gum flavours.

27.

MALVASIA, FRASCATI Superiore DOC, San Matteo, Rome, Italy 1999

11.5%

£10.00

Quite dry in style with a bouquet reminiscent of peaches and a light finish.

28.

GEWURZTRAMINER, Turckheim, Alsace, France 1998 ( halves 1997 )

13.0%

£8.00

£14.00

Classic spicy, aromatic wine. Rich, pungent and full flavoured.

Bin
No.

MEDIUM DRY WHITE WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 25cl
1/3 Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle


3.

MULLER-THURGAU, Niersteiner Gutes Domtal, Peter Bott,
Rhineland, Germany 1997

9.5%

£8.00

Subtle and appealing floral perfume and palate. Medium dry, grapey style, from the Rhineland. HOUSE WINE.


30.

RIESLING, Dr Loosen, Bernkastel, Mosel, Germany 1998

8.5%

£14.00

Outstanding, fresh, medium dry classic Mosel. Suitable for vegans.
This is Jancis Robinson's favourite wine.


31.

LIEBFRAUMILCH, Blue Nun, Germany, third bottle 1999

9.0%

£3.50

Attractive, grapey, lively, medium dry from Rheinhessen.


32.

SILVANER, Niersteiner Auflangen, Spätlese, K Erben, Germany 1997

8.5%

£12.00

Grapey and delicate. Late gathered fruit. Medium with a hint of sweetness.



Bin
No.

SWEET PUDDING WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 125ml
Glass


40.

MAVRO / XYNISTERI, COMMANDARIA, St. John, Keo, Cyprus

15.0%

£3.00

The Crusaders went batty over this dark treacle and honey flavoured wine made from sun-dried red Mavro and white Xynisteri grapes.


41.

RIESLING, Katnook, Coonawarra, Australia 1996

12.0%

£12.00

£4.00

Sweet and complex wine made from late picked Riesling. Rich apricot, raisin and orange flavours balanced by crisp acidity.


42.

MUSCAT de Beaumes de Venise, Rhone, France

15.0%

£10.00

£3.50

Outstandingly rich, golden, and highly flavoured wine from Côtes du Rhone.



Bin
No.

DRY ROSÉ WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 75cl
Bottle


50.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Bordeaux Rosé, Château Haut Rian,
Michel Dietrich, France 1998

12.0%

£11.00

Delightful, soft, beautifully bright rosé, with a clean, fruity palate.






Bin
No.

FULL BODIED RED WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle


60.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON / CINSAULT, Chateau Musar,
Bekaa Valley, Lebanon 1994

14.0%

£22.50

This wine has a Bordeaux feel, although influenced by its terroir & climate. Gaston Hochar's estate produces this unique, rich Cabernet Sauvignon with a proportion of Cinsault. Aged for at least 3 years in barrique, it is warm, cedary, lingering with chocolate and cherry flavours. Great with game.


61.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Oak Aged Reserve, Aurelio Montes,
Curico, Chile 1997

12.5%

£14.00

Ageing in Kentucky oak adds a cedar wood aroma to this mellow wine.


62.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON / MERLOT, Te Mata Estate,
Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 1998

13.5%

£17.50

Only premium grapes are used, together with 12 months ageing in French and American oak, giving a warm, soft, velvety wine of exceptional quality.


63.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON/MERLOT/MALBEC/CABERNET FRANC,
Richardson's Red Block, Coonawarra, Australia 1995

13.0%

£19.50

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet Franc blend displaying exceptional fruit and complexity.


64.

SANGIOVESE, CHIANTI Classico, Fattoria di Felsina Berardenga,
Tuscany, Italy 1996

13.0%

£25.00

Bags of Tuscan fruit ooze from the glass. A complex red.


65.

GARNACHA / CARIÑENA, Torres, Gran Sangre de Toro Reserva,
Penedes, Spain 1995

13.5%

£16.50

Powerful wine from Torres who have put reds from the Penedès region on the map. Garnacha and Cariñena grapes combine to give touches of blackberry & redcurrant jam, with spicy black pepper & liquorice flavours.


66.

SHIRAZ / CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Penfolds, Koonunga Hill,
South Australia, halves 1998

14.0%

£8.50

Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes with soft subtle oak ageing.


67.

SHIRAZ, Baileys, Glenrowan, Victoria, Australia 1997

13.5%

£15.50

Rich layers of chocolates, violets, and pepper can be found in this stunning antipodean Shiraz.


68.

PINOTAGE, First River Winery, Stellenbosch, South Africa 1999

12.0%

£12.50

A big, ripe, concentrated red. A splendid Pinotage of the highest class.






Bin
No.

MEDIUM RED WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle


70.

GRENACHE / SYRAH, Château Du Grand Moulas,
Côtes du Rhône, France 1998/99 ( halves 1998/99 )

12.5%

£7.50

£12.00

The southern Rhône produces some of the best value wines today. This wine is mostly Grenache, deliciously spicy, with bags of fruit.


71.

CABERNET SAUVIGNON / SHIRAZ, Moyston, Seppelt,
South Eastern Australia 1998

13.0%

£12.50

Fine wine with a hint of blackcurrants, damsons & liquorice on the bouquet and spicy fruit on the palate.


72.

ZINFANDEL, Old Vine, Lee Jones Ranch Series, Lodi, California 1997/98

14.0%

£14.50

Intense aromas of mint, bramble, and cherry with a rich, fruity style. Produced from 30-40 year old bush vines.


73.

TEMPRANILLO, RIOJA Crianza, Marqués de Cáceres,
Rioja Alta, Spain 1996 ( halves 1996 )

13.0%

£8.50

£15.00

Elegant and stylish, with an attractive bouquet and fine plummy fruitiness. Medium bodied and fragrant red.


74.

PINOT NOIR, Bourgogne, Gerard Potel, Volnay, Côte d'Or,
Burgundy, France 1996

12.5%

£21.00

Outstanding wine at its price level. Luscious, ripe berry flavours, succulent fruit and perfectly balanced oak ageing.


75.

MERLOT / CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Château Moulin Courrech,
Grand Vin de Bordeaux, Côtes de Castillon, France 1994/95

12.5%

£14.00

Fine, rich, spicy claret with an abundance of Merlot fruit.



Bin
No.

SOFT RED WINE

Alcohol by
Volume

Per 37.5cl
Bottle

Per 75cl
Bottle


2.

MERLOT, Les Vigneaux, Vin de Pays d'Oc, France 1999

12.5%

£9.50

The principal grape of St. Emilion has been transplanted to the south of France, making this beautifully balanced supple red wine. HOUSE WINE.


80.

GAMAY, FLEURIE, Vin du Beaujolais, France
Domaine de la Grand Cour 1999

12.5%

£17.50

Domaine André Colonge halves 1999

13.0%

£9.50

The superlatives flow like the wine itself. Brilliant colour, superb Gamay fragrance and a flavour to match.

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