PLEASE NOTE, THE FOLLOWING MAY NOT BE THE CURRENT LIST, THE LIST IN THE RESTAURANT SUPERSEDES THE ONLINE LIST.
GRAPE: OTHER INTERESTING VARIETALS/BLENDS
|107||SANTA RITA, GRAN HACIENDA CCC (CARMÉNÈRE, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, CABERNET FRANC) (CHILE)
Unusual blend of the 3 C’s, giving a smooth and very satisfying wine.
|108||BODEGAS CALLIA, RESERVADO, BONARDA, SAN JUAN (ARGENTINA)
Decanter World Wine Awards – Bronze Medal
|109||De MARTINO, VIEJAS TINAJAS CINSAULT (ITATA VALLEY, CHILE)||35.00|
|110||BODEGAS CALLIA, MAGNA, TANNAT, SAN JUAN (ARGENTINA)||35.00|
|111||MORANDE, LIMITED EDITION CARIGNAN (LANCOMILLA VALLEY, CHILE)
|112||McHENRY HOHNEN, MARGARET RIVER, 3 AMIGOS RED, SHIRAZ/GRENACHE/MATARO (AUSTRALIA)||45.00|
|113||GRAND CALLIA, SAN JUAN (ARGENTINA)
91 Points – Wine Advocate “Delicious blend of Shiraz, Tannat, Malbec and Merlot”
|114||MAS LA MOLA, PRIORAT, 65% GARNATXA, 25% CARIÑENA AND 10% SYRAH (CATALUNA, SAPIN)
Full and robust, winner of a Gold medal at the Sommelier Wine Awards
|115||COLONIAL ESTATE, JOHN SPEKE, GSM SINGLE VINYARDS (BAROSSA, AUSTRALIA)
Blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre, the Rhone varietals.
GRAPE: BORDEAUX AND BORDEAUX STYLES
|116||CHATEAU DE SOURS, ROUGE, BORDEAUX (FRANCE)
Merlot dominant from the right bank, a classic style.
|117||BARON PHILIPE, NATHINIEL PAULLIAC (BORDEAUX, FRANCE)
Decanter award winning wine.
|118||CHÂTEAU LANESSAN, MEDOC 1996 (FRANCE)||50.00|
|119||CHÂTEAU TEYSSIER ST EMILION 2001 (FRANCE)||56.00|
|120||CHÂTEAU DE SOURS, LA SOURCE, 2001 (FRANCE)||70.00|
|121||VERGELEGEN BORDEAUX BLEND 2001 (SOUTH AFRICA)||90.00|
|122||THE JEM, WATERFORD ESTATE (SOUTH AFRICA)
The flagship wine, which was 10 years in the making.
|123||CHÂTEAU LYNCH BAGES 2000 (BOREAUX)||600.00|
Please enquire with your server if you would like to know about other Bordeaux selection which we have in our Cellar.
GRAPE: CABERNET SAUVIGNON
The noble Bordelais grape has travelled far. Every wine-growing region has its own style of Cabernet Sauvignon, with its blackcurrant and cedar characteristics. Renowned for its longevity, many of the greatest wines in the world, as well as many of the simpler ones, are likely to have this structured, sturdy, elegant grape variety as at least part of the blend.
|124||MORANDE, PIENERO, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (MAIPO VALLEY, CHILE)
Wine and Spirits Magazine named Morande Winery of the year 2010.
|125||NATIVA, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ORGANIC (MAIPO VALLEY, CHILE)
The first Chilean winery to be certified as organic
|126||DOMAINE LA COLOMBETTE, CABERNET MERLOT, ORGANIC (FRANCE)||28.00|
|127||WAKEFIELD, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (CLARE VALLEY, AUSTRALIA)
Wine spectator 90 points.
|128||MORANDE, GRAN RESERVA, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (MAIPO VALLEY, CHILE)
Wine Spectator 9º pts.
|129||KATNOOK ESTATE, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (COONAWARA, AUSTRALIA)
Bronze Medal – International Wine & Spirit Competition
|130||DOMAINE BOUSQUET, RESERVA, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ORGANIC (MENDOZA,ARGENTINA)||38.00|
|131||JORDAN, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, (SOUTH AFRICA)
At the 2014 International Wine & Spirit Competition Annual Awards Banquet, held at Guildhall in London on the 12th November, Jordan Wine Estate was awarded the trophy for the South African Wine Producer of the Year. ‘Outstanding Gold’ medal for the Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon
|132||‘ENZO’, VALENTIN BIANCHI, CAB SAV, PETIT VERDOT, MALBEC, MERLOT (MENDOZA, ARGENTINA)Wine Enthusiast 92 points||71.00|
|133||BLACK STALLION, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, (NAPA VALLEY, USA)
‘ Best of Show Red’ International Sommelier Wine Competition. Wine Enthusiast 91 pts.
|134||SANTA RITA, CASA REAL, MAIPO VALLEY, 2001 (CHILE)
Declared best new world red and a Wine Legend by Decanter magazine in 2013. Wine Enthusiast 93 points.
|135||CATENA, NICHOLAS ZAPATA (ARGENTINA) Wine Spectator 95 pts.
95% Cabernet with 5% Malbec. Without doubt, the very best Argentina has to offer.
|136||CYRILL HENSCHKE, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (BAROSSA, AUSTRALIA)
Stephen Tanzer 94 points
|137||CHATEAU MONTELANA, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (NAPA, USA)||240.00|
|138||VINEDO CHADWICK, CABERNET SAUVIGNON (MAIPO, CHILE)
Stephen Tanzer 93 points
|139||INSIGNIA, JOSEPH PHELPHS, (NAPA, USA) Wine Enthusiast 96 pts
Forty years after its inaugural vintage, it is now firmly, recognised as one of World’s great wines. Parker consistently rates it mid 90 points and has on occasions given 100!
The Carménère grape is a variety originally planted in the Médoc region of Bordeaux, France, where it was used to produce deep red wines and occasionally used for blending purposes in the same manner as Petit Verdot. Carménère wine has a deep red color and aromas found in red fruits, spices and berries. The tannins are gentler and softer than those in Cabernet Sauvignon and it is a medium body wine. Although mostly used as a blending grape, wineries do bottle a pure varietalCarménère which, when produced from grapes at optimal ripeness, imparts a cherry-like, fruity flavor with smoky, spicy and earthy notes and a deep crimson color. Its taste might also be reminiscent of dark chocolate, tobacco, and leather.
|140||NATIVA, CARMÉNÈRE, ORGANIC (MAIPO, CHILE)||28.00|
|141||SANTA RITA, MEDALLA REAL, GRAN RESERVA, CARMÉNÈRE, MAIPO VALLEY (CHILE)
An elegant expression of this grape from this top Chilean, award winning estate.
|142||CARMEN, WINE MAKER’S CARMÉNÈRE, (CASABLANCA, CHILE)
Bronze medal, Epicuro awards
|143||EL INCIDENTE, LIMITED EDITION, CARMÉNÈRE (COLCHAGUA VALLEY, CHILE)
92 Points Wine Enthusiast “Best New Chilean Wines” – James Suckling
|144||VINA ERRAZURIZ, KAI, (ACONCAGUA VALLEY,CHILE)
Wine critics have named this top 5 wines from the Aconcagua valley.
GRAPE: ITALIAN REDS
|145||FANTINI SANGIOVESE, IGT TERRE DI CHIETI, FARNESE (ABRUZZO, ITALY)||28.00|
|146||LEONE DE CASTRIS, ‘MAIANA’ SALICE SALENTINO D.O.C (PUGLIA)
89 Points Wine Advocate
|147||ZENATO, CLASSICO VALPOLICELLA||34.00|
|148||SETTE VIGNE VINO ROSSO ITALIANO ( (ITALY)
Sette Vigne is a blend of seven Italian indigenous grape from Italy, all in equal amounts. Corvina, Primitivo, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Montepulciano, Aglianico and Sangiovese.
|149||OPI MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO RESERVA DOCG (ABRUZZO, ITALY)||41.00|
|150||PEPPOLI, ANTINORI, CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG||42.00|
|151||ZENATO, CORMI, CORVINA/MERLOT||48.00|
|152||ZENATO, RIPASSA (BABY AMARONE)||45.00|
|153||ALLEGRINI, ‘PALAZZO DELLA TORRE’IGT
The epitome of the modern Ripasso style, velvet in texture with cherry aromas and dark chocolate flavours.
|154||ROSSO DI MONTALCINO, POGGIO SAN POLO (TUSCANY, ITALY)
Multi award winning wine.
|155||ZACCAGNINI, ‘CHRONICON’, MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO||49.00|
|156||PIO CESARE, NEBBIOLO D’ALBA||50.00|
|158||PIO CESARE, BAROLO||110.00|
|159||AMARONE CLASSICO “VIGNETO MONTE SANT’URBANO” SPERI 2010
Robert Parker 94 points.
|160||ZENATO, SERGIO, AMARONE RESERVA
The ultimate Amarone, very limited release.
|161||GAJA, SORI SAN LORENZO, LANGHE, 2003||750.00|
GRAPE: LEBANESE REDS
|163||CHÂTEAU KEFRAYA, LES BRÈTECHES||37.00|
|163||KSARA ESTATE, RESERVE DU COUVENT
Incredible value for this Bordeaux style blend for the Lebanon
|165||CHÂTEAU KEFRAYA, COMTE DE M (1999)||95.00|
Once popular in Bordeaux, but now more readily associated with Cahors in South-West France, and even more so with Argentina, where the variety produces lush wines with gamey concentration and ageing potential. Perfect with barbecued or seared dishes.
|166||PAULA, MALBEC (ARGENTINA)
Fruity, easy drinking, elegant and fresh style of this popular grape
|167||MASI, PASSO DOBLE, MALBEC/CORVINA (ARGENTINA)||30.00|
|168||CATENA, MALBEC (ARGENTINA)||35.00|
|169||CHÂTEAU VINCENS, MALBEC, CAHORS (FRANCE)
93 Points – Wine Enthusiast “Must Try” #12 in the Top100 Wines of the Year 2014.
|170||DOMAINE BOUSQUET, GRAND RESERVA, MALBEC (ARGENTINA)||43.00|
|171||AMALAYA, GRAN CORTE (MALBEC/CAB FRANC/TANNAT) (ARGENTINA)
Produced in the highest vineyards in the world.
|172||LUIGI BOSCA, GALA 1, MALBEC/TANNAT/PETIT VERDOT
Nicknamed ‘The HardMan’
|173||DONA PAULA, SELECCIÓN DE BODEGA, UGARTECHE (ARGENTINA)
Wine Spectator 93 pts, Robert Parker 92 pts
|174||CHÂTEAU DE CHAMBERT, CAHORS GRAND VIN (CAHORS, FRANCE)
The original “black wine” Chambert is one of only four Grand Cru estates in Cahors producing powerful long-lived reds
|175||RENACER, ENAMORE (ARGENTINA)||65.00|
|176||CATENA ALTA, MALBEC (ARGENTINA)||80.00|
|177||CATENA ZAPATA ARGENTINO, (ARGENTINA)||150.00|
This blue-black fleshy grape, which imparts softness and roundness to red wines, is Bordeaux’s most planted vine by far. Nowadays it also enjoys popularity almost everywhere and, on its own, makes good dark-fruited wines in Northern Italy, South Africa, California, Chile, Argentina and, lately, New Zealand. Merlot goes well with barbecued dishes and red meat curries.
|178||MONTGRAS, SOLEUS MERLOT (ORGANIC) (CHILE)
Multi award winning organic wine.
|179||CHATEAU DE SOURS, ROUGE, BORDEAUX (FRANCE)||30.00|
|180||ITALO CESCON, ORGANIC MERLOT I.G.T. VENETO(ITALY)||35.00|
|181||LYETH, MERLOT (SANOMA, USA)||37.00|
|182||TRINITY HILL, HAWKES BAY, MERLOT (NEW ZEALAND)
Vibrant fruit and elegance are the Trinity Hill trademarks
|183||MEERLUST, MERLOT (SOUTH AFRICA)
Decanter World Wine Awards 2013 – Bronze Medal.
|184||CHÂTEAU DE SOURS, LA SOURCE, 2001 (FRANCE)||70.00|
GRAPE: PINOT NOIR
Pinot Noir is arguably the greatest of fine wine grapes. It makes the fabulous red wines of Burgundy, with scent, flavour, texture and body unmatched anywhere. A particularly old variety, the vine is difficult, only moderately prolific, and often less than happy in some of the newer parts of the winemaking world. However, New Zealand, the South of France and some New World regions are getting to grips with it and producing some very different, fruity, and worthwhile wines. Great with barbecued meats.
|185||SECRET, PINOT NOIR, COLCHAGUA VALLEY (CHILE)
5 Star Wine – Food & Wine Magazine
|186||ESKE VALLEY, MARLBOROUGH, PINOT NOIR (NEW ZEALAND)
Numerous prizes have been won by this wine: the International Wine Challenge awarded the 2010 vintage Gold, the Air New Zealand Wine Awards awarded a pure Gold medal, and Decanter World Wine Awards also awarded Gold
|187||CÔTE CHALONNAISE, BOURGOGNE, PINOT NOIR, BURGUNDY (FRANCE)
Top 4 Burgundy Pinot Noirs in Ireland – The Sunday Times 2014
|188||CONO SUR, 20 BARRELLS PINOT NOIR (CASABLANCA VALLEY, CHILE)
Silver medal at The Japanese Wine Awards.
|189||ESCARPMENT, MARTINBOROUGH, PINOT NOIR (NEW ZEALAND)||47.00|
|190||ROBERT MONDAVI, PINOT NOIR, NAPA (USA)
Robert Mondavi Winery sources its grapes from some of Napa Valley’s finest vineyards.
|191||DOMAINE FAIVELEY, MERCURE 1er CRU, CLOS DES MYGLANDS (BURGUNDY, FRANCE)||56.00|
|192||HAMILTON RUSSELL, PINOT NOIR, (SOUTH AFRICA)||65.00|
|193||GREYWACKE, PINOT NOIR (MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND)
A winery set up by Kevin Judd, who was the chief wine-maker at Cloudy Bay. 40% aged in new French oak giving a rounded, perfumed style combining delicacy with weight
|194||THE FOUR GRACES, WILLIAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON (USA)||66.00|
|195||HUGEL ET FILS, pinot noir (ALSACE, FRANCE)
Montys is the only restaurant in Ireland to stock this iconic wine.
|196||CASA MARIN, LITORAL VINEYARD, PINOT NOIR (CHILE)
93 pts from Wine Advocate
|197||ESCARPMENT, KUPE, PINOT NOIR (NEW ZEALAND)||72.00|
|198||JOSEPH DROUHIN, VOLNAY (FRANCE)
Made according to organic and biodynamic principles from a family owned, multi awards winning estate. A wine of great elegance and finesse.
|199||BOUCHARD PÈRE ET FILS, CÔTE D’OR VILLAGES, NUITS ST. GEORGES (FRANCE)||80.00|
|200||CONO SUR, OCIO, PINOT NOIR, (CASABLANCA VALLEY, CHILE)
Scores highly with all the wine critics and Gold Medal Wines of Chile awards.
|201||DOMAINE DROUHIN, PINOT NOIR (OREGON, USA)
Silver, Indy international wine competition
GRAPE: PINOTAGE AND PINOTAGE BLENDS
South Africa claims this variety as its own. A cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsault, it is capable of making fruity, easy-drinking wines alongside some serious and very stylish wines. Great for outdoor dining and curries and tandoori dishes.
|202||SWALLOWS TAIL, FAIRTRADE, PINOTAGE RESERVA (SOUTH AFRICA)||26.00|
|203||FLEUR DU CAP, PINOTAGE (SOUTH AFRICA)
Veritas Wine Awards 2012 – Silver Medal, TWS 2014 – Silver Medal
|204||WARWICK ESTATE, THREE CAPE LADIES, BLEND (SOUTH AFRICA)
Stephen Tanzer 90 points
|205||KANONKOP PINOTAGE, (SOUTH AFRICA)
Wine spectator 90 points.
GRAPE: PORTUGUESE VARIETIES
These delicious varieties, which are almost always blended, are too numerous to mention in detail, but include Tinto Roriz, Touriga Nacional, Baga, TintaFrancesa and Alfrocheiro. They make gutsy, savoury and often very elegant reds, and some really complex and interesting whites. Great with roasted vegetables, grilled meats and fish.
|206||CHAMINE RED (ALENTEJO)||25.00|
|207||QTA DOS ACIPRESTES, DUORO (DUORO)||29.00|
|208||PEGOS CLAROS, RESERVA (LISBOA)||29.00|
|209||CORTES DA CIMA RED, (ALENTEJO)||35.00|
|210||HERADE DO ESPORAO, RESERVA TINTO (DUORO)
Decanter World Wine Awards 2014 – Bronze Medal
|211||POMBAL DO VESUVIO, DOC DOURO (UPPER DOURO VALLEY)||54.00|
|212||MALHADINHA, ALENTEJO (ALENTEJO)
Elegant wine that has everything that you look for a top red.
|213||QUINTA DO VESUVIO, DOC DOURO (UPPER DOURO VALLEY)
Wine spectator 91 points
GRAPE: SHIRAZ / SYRAH / GRENACHE
Syrah is the great grape of the northern Rhône; the deep, dark, dense qualities of the wine are characteristically strange and satisfying. Scented with black pepper, capsicums, and sometimes violets, the grapes flourish in warmer climes, such as California, Australia and South Africa, where it is known as Shiraz.
|214||WAKEFIELD, SHIRAZ, (CLARE VALLEY, AUSTRALIA)||29.00|
|215||GUIGAL, CÔTES DU RHÔNE (RHONE, FRANCE)
“ In the past 26 years I have spent visiting wineries and vignerons, I have never seen a producer so fanatical about quality as Marcel Guigal.” Robert M. Parker.
|216||COTEAUX DU LANGUEDOC, CHÂTEAU DE MARTHE (LANGUEDOC, FRANCE)||30.00|
|217||SHOOFLY, SHIRAZ (SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA)
90pts from Wine Spectator and in its ‘Top 100 Wines’ 2012.
|218||BODEGAS CALLIA, MAGNA, SHIRAZ, (SAN JUAN VALLEY, ARGENTINA)
ShirazTrophy – Argentinian Wine Awards 2014 “A simpystunningshirazthatknocks spots allothers.”
|219||D’ARENBERG, THE STUMP JUMP RED, GSM (McLAREN VALE, AUSTRALIA)||36.00|
|220||M. CHAPOUTIER, CROZES-HERMITAGE ROUGE ‘LES MEYSONNIERS’ (RHONE, FRANCE)||40.00|
|221||CORTES DE CIMA, SYRAH ((ALENTEJO, PORTUGAL)||41.00|
|222||DOMAINE E. GUIGAL, SAINT JOSEPH (RHONE, FRANCE)||45.00|
|223||JORDAN, THE PROSPECTOR, SYRAH (SOUTH AFRICA)
Received silver at the 2012 Michelangelo International Wine Awards
|224||CHATEAU MARIS, ‘LES PANELS’ SYRAH (MINERVOIS, FRNCE)||47.00|
|225||DE BORTOLI, LA BOHEME, ACT FOUR, SYRAH/GAMAY (YARRA VALLEY, AUS)||47.00|
|226||YALUMBA, PATCHWORK, SHIRAZ (BAROSSA, AUSTRALIA)||48.00|
|227||D’ARENBERG, ‘THE LAUGHING MAGPIE’ SHIRAZ/VIOGNIER (MCLAREN VALE, AUSTRALIA)
Year’s Best Australian Shiraz’ Wine & Spirits Magazine
|228||M. CHAPOUTIER, CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE ‘LA BERNARDINE’, (RHONE, FRANCE)
The winemaking pioneer of the Rhone Michel Chapoutier produces a rich, powerful, full bodied generous wine with excellent finish and a hint of spice
|229||GUIGAL, CÔTE-RÔTIE (RHONE, FRANCE)||85.00|
|230||YALUMBA, THE SIGNATURE, CABERNET/SHIRAZ (BAROSSA, AUSTRALIA)||95.00|
|231||COLONIAL ESTATE, ÉMIGRÉ, (BAROSSA VALLEY, AUSTRALIA)||150.00|
|232||GUIGAL CHÂTEAU D’AMPUIS, GRAND CRU, CÔTE-RÔTIE (RHONE, FRANCE)||175.00|
|233||HENSCHKE, MOUNT EDELSTONE, SHIRAZ, (BAROSSA,AUSTRALIA)||220.00|
|234||JIM BARRY, THE ARMAGH, CLARE VALLEY (CLARE VALLEY, AUSTRALIA)||350.00|
|235||PENFOLDS, GRANGE (AUSTRALIA)||1000.00|
Tempranillo is Spain’s answer to Cabernet Sauvignon, the grape variety that puts the spine into a high proportion of Spain’s most respected red wines. Its grapes are thick-skinned and capable of making deeply coloured, long-lasting wines, which are not, unusually for Spain, notably high in alcohol. Lamb dishes are perfect partners.
|236||CAMBORAL, RIOJA TEMPRANILLO (SPAIN)||24.00|
|237||BERONIA ESPECIAL, TEMPRANILLO (SPAIN)||28.00|
|238||EXCELLENS BY MARQUÉS DE CÁCERES, CRIANZA (SPAIN)||31.00|
|239||ÉBANO 6 VIÑEDOS Y BODEGAS, RIBERA DEL DUERO (SPAIN)
90 Points – Stephen Tanzer International Wine Cellar
|240||LAN,RESERVA RIOJA, (SPAIN)||35.00|
|MUSEUM RESERVA, BODEGAS MUSEUM, CIGALES (SPAIN)
91 Points Wine Advocate “Best Wine in Cigales” DO Awards
|242||LAN ,GRAN RESERVA, RIOJA (SPAIN)||45.00|
|243||LA LINEA, TEMPRANILLO (ADELAIDE HILLS, AUSTRALIA)
Grown in the Adelaide Hills and showing the great potential for Tempranillo in the right hands in Australia
|244||MARQUÉS DE CÁCERES, MC (SPAIN)||65.00|
|245||CUNE, IMPERIAL RESERVA DOC (SPAIN)
92 points Robert Parker – 2009
|246||MARQUÉS DE CACERES, GAUDIUM (SPAIN)
The flagship wine – just wonderful.
GRAPE: ZINFANDEL / PRIMITIVO
Originating most likely in the Adriatic, this exotic, minerally, black-skinned grape, grown predominantly in California, can make dark, brooding wines for barbecued steak or, bizarrely, sweetish, light-hearted quaffing rosés called ‘blush’.
|247||“VILLA SANDERA” PRIMITIVO MANDURIA DOC
Multi award winning wine, recently winning the Silver award in Mundus Vini.
|248||RAVENSWOOD, LODI OLD VINE, ZINFANDEL (USA)
Distinctive wines from the pioneer of California’s heritage grape. Recently awarded Gold in 2014 at the Orange County Wine Society.
|249||A MANO, ‘PRIMA MANO’ PRIMITIVO , (PUGLIA, ITALY)
the top red from A Mano who have done more than any other producer to promote the quality of Primitivo
|250||DELICATO, BRAZIN, ZINFANDEL (USA)||45.00|
|251||RAVENSWOOD, BELLONI, SANOMA RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY, ZINFANDEL (USA)
Consistently receives over 90 points by major wine critics.
|252||MONTELENA ESTATE, ZINFANDEL, NAPA VALLEY (USA)
This is the famous Californian winery that shook the ‘Judgment of Paris’ tasting in 1976, when its white won the top award.