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Flights

Flights represent a new and original way to experience the magical world of our wines. They are an easy and fun way to taste three wines, each and aged in a different way, and all from different estates or regions.

A taste of 3 glasses (125 ml each).

Friulani £25

Attems Pinot Grigio 2022, Venezia Giulia i.g.t.

Attems Sauvignon Blanc 2020, Venezia Giulia i.g.t.

Attems Chardonnay 2022, Venezia Giulia i.g.t.

 

Sangiovese £28

Chianti Castiglioni 2022, Chianti d.o.c.g.

Tenuta Perano 2020, Chianti Classico d.o.c.g.

Nipozzano Riserva 2019, Castello Nipozzano, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g.

Latitudinal Tasting  £55

Tenuta Frescobaldi di Castiglioni 2021, Toscana i.g.t.

Castelgiocondo 2018, CastelGiocondo, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g.

Mormoreto 2020, Castello Nipozzano, Toscana i.g.t.

Castello di Pomino  £40

Leonia Brut 2019, Brut Millesimato metodo classico, Pomino Spumante Bianco d.o.c.

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2022, Pomino Bianco Riserva d.o.c.

Pomino Pinot Nero 2021, Pomino Pinot Nero d.o.c.

Ornellaia £100

Poggio Alle Gazze 2021, Toscana i.g.t. Bianco

Le Serre Nuove dell’ Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c

Ornellaia 2019, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore

Prosecco and Spumante
Bottle 750ml

Danzante Prosecco, Spumante Extra Dry V.S.Q.A.   | £40 

Sparkling wine with a fine and delicate mousse. Intense fruity fragrance of apples and pears, aromas of citrus typical of the cool climate of Italy’s North East.

Cuvée Voyage NV, Brut metodo classico, Pomino Spumante Bianco d.o.c. £60

This wine is the result of an exciting journey that brought Pinot noir and Chardonnay grapes to Florence, the stars of this high-quality sparkling wine. Fresh, vibrant, alluring and modern, this Método Clássico wine pays homage to bright, joyful minds.

Leonia Brut 2019, Brut Millesimato metodo classico, Pomino Spumante Bianco d.o.c. | £85

This couvée is made following the Champagne method blending Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from Castello di Pomino. Leonia ages 30 months sur lie to obtain a very sophisticated sparkling wine with a silky, rich, elegant and balanced perlage.

Leonia Brut Rosé 2016, Brut Millesimato metodo classico, Pomino Spumante Rosé d.o.c. £115

This classic method sparkling wine is made from the finest Pinot Noir grapes at Pomino, which were planted in 1855 by family ancestor Leonia, after she returned from a lengthy stay in the area near Champagne. After the Gold Medal awarded the wines of Pomino at the 1878 Paris Exposition, winemaking experiments continued on the wine estate including the first attempts to make a classic method sparkling wine. After over a century, Lamberto Frescobaldi has continued the efforts of his great-great-grandmother, creating in her honour Metodo Classico Leonia.
This rosé is its most elegant expression, refined and feminine.

 

Eternelle 2012, Brut Millesimato metodo classico, Pomino Spumante Bianco d.o.c. £275

Selection of great elegance and personality, features a very complex bouquet rich of spices. Made only with
Chardonnay grapes, at 700 mt above the sea level. After 9 years of yeast maturation, the disgorgement and 1 year of
bottle maturation, Eternelle 2012 reveals a nice bright and golden colour, perlage is fine and persistent. The bouquet
is intense with citrus notes, peach, hazelnuts and almond paste; delicate notes of patisserie and licorice follow. On the
palate the sparkling is creamy, the taste is wide, harmonious and complex, very persistent.
Can’t rush with this great sparkling, Eternelle needs time and respect.

Champagne and Sparkling
Bottle 750ml

Nyetimber Classic Cuvée, MV, England  | £100

Louis Roederer, Collection 244, MV, France | £130

Philipponnat Royale Reserve Rosé, NV, France  | £150

Louis Roederer Rosé 2016  | £220

Ruinart Brut, NV Blanc De Blancs, France | £285

Pol Roger Vintage 2015, France | £325

Louis Roederer, Cristal 2014, France | £550

White wines
Bottle 750ml

Italy

Tuscany

CASTELLO DI POMINO – Pomino (Firenze)

The mountainous environment of the Pomino appellation, in the foothills of the Appenine range, between 400 and 750 meters, enjoys a cool climate, with high temperature differences between days and nights. It produces elegant and fragrant white wines, mostly with Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc grapes, grown here since 1855.

 

Pomino 2022, Pomino Bianco d.o.c.| £39
Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc grapes, from high altitude vineyards surrounded by mountain forests. Medium structured, with light floral notes and fragrant fruity aromas.

 

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2022, Pomino Bianco Riserva d.o.c. | £85
Barrel fermented and aged, single vineyard Chardonnay. Fully structured and extremely elegant, it is complex, fruity and offers nuances of spices and honey.

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2021, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £95

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2018, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £110

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2017, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £115

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2014, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £125

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2012, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £135

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2011, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £145

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2010, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £160

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2009, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £170

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2004, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £195

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2003, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. | £215

ISOLA DELLA GORGONA – Gorgona Island

From the island of Gorgona, inTuscany. “Gorgona” is a white wine born from the collaboration of Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi and the island’s penal institution. The Frescobaldi agronomists and oenologists have worked together with prisoners, teaching them important skills that can be used at the end of their detention for an easier reintegration into society.

Gorgona 2022, Costa di Toscana i.g.t. | £250

Born in 2012, the Gorgona wine, is a blend of Vermentino and Ansonica grapes, two typical varieties of the Tuscan islands and the whole region. It displays a rich pale yellow colour with green highlights and has wonderful notes of figs, exotic and candied fruits. Full body wine with savory hints and long-lasting finish. The Gorgona wine comes from a small vineyard of about one hectare.

Gorgona 2021, Costa di Toscana i.g.t. | £265

Gorgona 2020, Costa di Toscana i.g.t. | £275

Gorgona 2018, Costa di Toscana i.g.t. | £300

TENUTA DELL’AMMIRAGLIA – Magliano (Maremma)

Located in the heart of Tuscany’s Maremma, the Tenuta dell’Ammiraglia and its vineyards carpet the hills facing the Mediterranean. The winery, designed to integrate perfectly into the surrounding countryside, stands out as one of the finest examples of today innovation and modern technology going hand in hand with a deep respect for the

local environment.

Massovivo 2022, Toscana i.g.t. | £42

Enormous yellowish rocks characterise the Tenuta dell’Ammiraglia they are known locally as massivivi, living rocks. Massovivo is a Vermentino that immediately impresses with notes of fragrant blossoms and candied fruit, along with a fascinating vein of earthy minerality, classic to this growing area.

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Ornellaia is located just outside of Bolgheri, on the west coast of Tuscany. The estate’s diverse soils (marine, alluvial and volcanic) are ideal for structured white wines. The mild maritime climate, imprint their characteristics on the wines.

Poggio Alle Gazze 2021, Toscana i.g.t. Bianco | £120

72% Sauvignon Blanc, 16% Vermentino, 6% Viognier, 6% Verdicchio. Poggio alle Gazze dell’Ornellaia 2021 shows off its usual shade of bright straw yellow; the nose is complex and enticing with an array of citrus, exotic fruit and white floral notes accompanied by freshly cut grass and asparagus. On the palate, the wine is generous and refreshing, culminating in an enduring savoury, mineral finish as a true representation of the region

Ornellaia Bianco 2020, Toscana i.g.t.  | £450

100% Sauvignon Blanc - Ornellaia Bianco 2020, with its deep straw yellow tinge, unfurls in the glass with yellow fruit, white floral and vanilla aromas. The harmony and complexity excite with every sip. On the palate, the wine proves refreshing as well as having an elegant creaminess that makes the tasting experience enticing, enjoyable and long lasting.

Ornellaia Bianco 2019, Toscana i.g.t.  | £550 

A blend of 81% Sauvignon Blanc and 19% Viognier  

Ornellaia Bianco 2016, Toscana i.g.t.  | £800

100% Sauvignon Blanc 

Friuli

CONTI ATTEMS – Cormons (Gorizia)

The estate is located in Italy’s northeast wine region of Collio, bordering Slovenia. The temperate environment, sunny at day, breezy and cool at night, contributes to produce white wines of medium and great structure, with mineral character and balanced style, typical of the terroir.

Attems Pinot Grigio 2022, Venezia Giulia i.g.t. | £46
The wine is characterised by a copper-tinged straw yellow colour. Its bouquet is marked by an impressive fruitiness, and the palate demonstrates all of the amazing qualities of the area.

 

Attems Sauvignon Blanc 2020, Venezia Giulia i.g.t. | £44
It boasts a quite distinctive, very complex bouquet. In colour it appears a straw yellow, typically with greenish highlights. Its palate exhibits crisp, tangy acidity and full flavours.

 

Attems Chardonnay 2022, Venezia Giulia i.g.t. | £46
A lovely straw yellow colour introduces this Chardonnay. It displays rich aromas of ripe apple and it shows appreciable weight and a crispness with a mineral edge.

Attems Ribolla Gialla 2021, Venezia Giulia i.g.t.  | £48

The Ribolla Gialla variety is long traditional to the area and yields a white wine that is straw yellow in appearance, marked by a very delicate bouquet of floral nuances. 

Attems Trebes Ribolla Gialla 2020, Venezia Giulia i.g.t. | £55
For centuries, Ribolla Gialla grapes have been grown in Collio whose soil of pure Ponca exalts its qualities. Trebes is harvested by hand. The must is fermented in traditional acacia barrels. Trebes matures for six months in oak barrels. Brilliant yellow wine, penetrating aroma, Ribolla Gialla Trebes is an explosive wine on the palate, noteworthy on its vibrant acidity which perfectly matches its solid structure.

 

Attems Cicinis 2020, Collio d.o.c. |  £85
This Cru is made of Sauvignon grapes from this beautiful single vineyard on the Collio hills. It shows a golden, dense, brilliant colour, with fruity note of peach and vegetal hints tomato leaves and peppers with a mineral finish.
Very velvety and rich it has also a very long finish.

Attems Cicinis 2017, Collio d.o.c. |  £90

Trentino-Alto Adige

Sauvignon Lafoa 2021, Colterenzio d.o.c.  | £100

Piedmont

Timorasso D.O.C. 2020, Colli Tortonesi, La Spinetta   | £65

Montessora 2022, Gavi Di Gavi, La Giustiniana  | £80

Rossj-Bass 2020, Langhe, Gaja | £260

Gaia & Rey 2020, Chardonnay Langhe, Gaja  | £750

Veneto

Soave 2022, Sereole d.o.c., Bertani  | £50

Marche

Massaccio Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore 2021, Fazi Battaglia   | £58

Sicily 

Etna Bianco D.O.C. 2021, Planeta   | £65

Cometa, Menfi D.O.C. 2021, Planeta   | £95

France

Pouilly-Fumé 2022, Serge Dagueneau et Filles, Loire | £70

Chablis 2022, Joseph Drouhin, Burgundy   | £80

Riesling Grand Cru Kitterlé 2017, Domaines Schlumberger, Alsace  | £115

Aile d’Argent Blanc du Chateau Mouton 2020, Rothschild, Bordeaux   | £300

Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2018, Girardin, Burgundy   | £600

Spain

Albariño Pazo Barrantes 2019, Marques de Murrieta, Rias Baixas  | £115

Greece

Santorini "Old Wines" 2022, Tselepos, Canava Chrissou  | £100

New Zealand

Mohua Peregrine 2021, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough  | £60

U.S.A.

Dach Chardonnay 2019, Anderson Valley, California   | £100

Rosé wines
Bottle 750ml

Italy

Tuscany

 

Alìe 2022, Toscana i.g.t. | £44

(H)alie, a sea nymph who is also a symbol of sensuality and beauty, inspired Alie, an elegant rosé with a luminous pink hue and subtle ruby highlights. It is a stylish, beautifully-balanced blend of Syrah and Vermentino, varieties that express their finest qualities when grown near the sea.

Attems Pinot Grigio Ramato 2020, Venezia Giulia i.g.t. | £48

The wine shows a light copper colour due to a short period of maceration of the grape skin over the must, obtained from pressing them gently. Lovely nuances of jasmine and exotic fruit note of pineapple both giving a fresh and

soft taste.

Aurea Gran Rosé 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £90

Aurea, a perfect union between grapevines and terroir, is a masterful blend of Syrah and Vermentino grown on the chalky-clayey soils of the Tuscan coast.

Hand-picked grapes in the coolest time of day, a careful selection of the must fermented for eight months in 600-litre tonneaux, and a blending with a “vin de reserve” that is then aged for a longer time, make this wine truly distinctive.

Light pink with golden-flushed highlights, Aurea is rich with a fresh and intense peach aroma

France

Rose et Or 2022, Château Minuty, Côtes de Provence | £90

Clos Mireille 2022, Domaines Ott, Côtes de Provence | £105

Etoile 2020, Domaines Ott, Vin de France | £260

Red Wines
Bottle 750ml

Italy

Tuscany

CASTELLO DI POMINO, Frescobaldi – Pomino (Firenze)

The mountainous environment of the Pomino appellation, in the foothills of the Appenine range, between 400 and 750 meters, enjoys a cool climate, with a high temperature gradient between days and nights. It produces an elegant and fragrant red wine, mostly with Pinot Noir and Sangiovese grapes, grown here since 1855.

Pomino Pinot Nero 2021, Pomino d.o.c. | £75

Pomino Pinot Noir is ruby-red. The nose is elegant, bringing out intense berry fruits characterized by blackcurrant and raspberry notes. The finish is an unexpected burst of leather and toasty notes of chocolate and coffee. The tannins are silky and vibrant on the palate.

CASTELLO DI NIPOZZANO, Frescobaldi – Pelago (Firenze)

Built around the year 1000, it’s located in the heart of the Chianti Rùfina, in the middle of a typically Tuscan countryside. The climate is dry and breezy, hot in the summer, though with cool nights. The terroir perfectly grows Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes that yield red wines of great class, full bodied yet subtle.

Nipozzano Riserva 2019, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £50

The wine has a ruby-red colour with good consistency. The nose opens with a strong fruit component of blackberry, blueberry and cherry. The tannins are dense, resulting in a warm and smooth palate. Good persistence.

 

Nipozzano Vecchie Viti 2020, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. |  £65

This wine originates from the oldest vines of Castello di Nipozzano, endowed with deep root systems. Of great complexity and harmony, this reserve wine is refined for 24 months in oak barrels according to ancient

Tuscan tradition.

 

Montesodi 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £100

A single cru vineyard wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes of great structure. A selection with its initial vintage in 1974, Montesodi is made only in exceptional growing years. It yields a rich, intense wine of remarkable aromas.

Montesodi 2019, Chianti Rufina Riserva i.g.t. | £115

Montesodi 2014, Chianti Rufina Riserva i.g.t. | £130

Montesodi 2013, Chianti Rufina Riserva i.g.t. | £135

Montesodi 2011, Chianti Rufina Riserva i.g.t. | £140

Montesodi 2008, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £155

Montesodi 2006, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £165

Montesodi 2005, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £175

Montesodi 2003, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £185

Montesodi 1988, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £250

 

Mormoreto 2020, Toscana i.g.t. |  £150

New blend, with mostly cabernet Sauvignon e Cabernet Franc, then Sangiovese and small parts of Petit Verdot. It has
a ruby, intense colour with notes of red fruits and a great balance between the floreal notes of bergamot and spicy hints of bitter cocoa, toasted coffee and vanilla. It has a fresh, yet silky and velvety palate together with an endless persistence.

Mormoreto 2015, Toscana i.g.t. | £180

Mormoreto 2013, Toscana i.g.t. | £195

Mormoreto 2012, Toscana i.g.t. | £215

From the vineyard Mormoreto planted in 1976. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot, planted 150 years ago. It is a wine of great depth, opulent and refined, that you can cellar for many years.

Mormoreto 2011, Toscana i.g.t. | £275

Mormoreto 2010, Toscana i.g.t. | £300

Mormoreto 2009, Toscana i.g.t. | £325

Mormoreto 2008, Toscana i.g.t. | £350

Mormoreto 2006, Toscana i.g.t. | £375

Mormoreto 2005, Toscana i.g.t. | £400

TENUTA PERANO, Frescobaldi – Gaiole in Chianti (Siena)

Tenuta Perano is located on the hills of Gaiole in Chianti at 500 meters above sea level. The South, Southwestern exposure and the amphitheatre-shaped layout magnifies the exposure to the sun and concentrates the heat from it. The combination of elevation, exposure, and the shape and slope of the vineyards offers and extraordinarily

unique quality.

Tenuta Perano 2020, Chianti Classico d.o.c.g.  | £55 

Tenuta Perano 2015 is a brilliant purple wine with a floral nose enhanced by fruity notes of wild blackberry, raspberry and cherry. The tannic structure is typical of Chianti Classico, it caresses the palate leaving it clean and fresh.

Tenuta Perano Riserva 2019, Chianti Classico Riserva d.o.c.g.  | £75

Nestled within a natural amphitheatre facing Southwest, exceptionally unique soil and climate conditions exist for the production of this Riserva Chianti Classico. It is a brilliant purple wine with a floral nose, blackcurrant fruity notes and spiced highlights of black pepper and nutmeg followed by underbrush and humus. The tannin structure is rich and dense as appropriate for the most authentic Sangiovese.

Tenuta Perano Rialzi 2018, Chianti Classico Riserva d.o.c.g.  | £120

“This wine is a dream come true. My family had wished for a wine from the Tenuta Perano for years, and together we chose the Rialzi vineyard, which rises above the others on three natural steps, characteristic of the area. A Gran Selezione which, as the name suggests, reminds me of our continual commitment to excellence every day.” A wine that expresses all the bold character of a Sangiovese cultivated on drained soils. On the palate, the wine’s richness and depth stand out, perfectly harmonized by the elegance characteristic of a Sangiovese grown at these altitudes.

ISOLA DELLA GORGONA – Gorgona Island

From the island of Gorgona, in Tuscany. “Gorgona Rosso” is a wine born from the collaboration of Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi and the island’s penal institution.
The Frescobaldi agronomists and oenologists have worked together with prisoners, teaching them important skills that can be used at the end of their detention for an easier reintegration into society.

Gorgona Rosso 2016, Costa di Toscana i.g.t. | £350

From the Island of Gorgona, from a small parcel of 728 vines comes this blend of Sangiovese
with a small percentage of Black Vermentino, a variety that has taken particularly well to the island. The wine ages in one single earthenware for 15 months. Gorgona Rosso expresses a wide
range of traits that make this a unique wine. It is rich in the aromas of small underwood
fruits that alternate structured toasted scents with sweet spices in a perfect harmony.

CASTELGIOCONDO, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Siena)

Build in 1100, it produces Brunello di Montalcino since the end of last century. Located in one of the greatest vine-growing area characterized by a very hot climate, with little, well distributed rain. The vineyard, between 250 and 450 meters, produce Sangiovese and Merlot grapes, which give wines of great opulence and structure.

Campo ai Sassi 2022, Rosso di Montalcino d.o.c. | £55

100% Sangiovese from the estate’s lowest altitudes. It displays the same characteristics as Brunello, but in a more youthful, less complicated manner. 

Castelgiocondo 2018, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £110
Castelgiocondo Brunello is one of the most well known wine for its quality, longevity and typically expression of the small Montalcino area. Produced entirely from Sangiovese grape, rich but balanced, soft tannic and balsamic, never ending and very emotional taste of Tuscany.

Castelgiocondo 2015, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £230

Castelgiocondo 2014, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £200

Castelgiocondo 2011, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £250

Ripe al Convento Di Castelgiocondo 2017, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £240
100% Sangiovese from a single top cru, made only in best vintages. The most elegant and rich full expression of Sangiovese grape. More than 6 years ageing gives to the wine softness and complexity. Huge fragrance and unique variation. Taste of tobacco, leather, cloves and an explosion of fruits and flowers.

Ripe al Convento di Castelgiocondo 2016, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £260

Ripe al Convento di Castelgiocondo 2003, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £375

Lamaione 2017, Toscana i.g.t. | £150
Lamaione is an exceptionally superb Supertuscan produced by the CastelGiocondo Tenuta from Merlot grown in the 12-hectare Lamaione vineyard, whose vines were planted in 1976 at an elevation of 300 metres.

Lamaione 2015, Toscana i.g.t. | £160

Lamaione 2014, Toscana i.g.t. | £165

Lamaione 2013, Toscana i.g.t. | £175

Lamaione 2012, Toscana i.g.t. | £195

Lamaione 2006, Toscana i.g.t. | £250

Lamaione 2003, Toscana i.g.t. | £225

TENUTA LUCE, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Sienna)

The Luce della Vite Estate was founded in 1995 by Vittorio Frescobaldi and Robert Mondavi. They decided to pursue a common dream: to combine their cultures and passion to create a distinctive and unprecedented wine in Montalcino. Sustainable agriculture focusing on organic production. Since 2004 is owned entirely by Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi.

 

Lucente 2020, Toscana i.g.t.  | £90

Lucente is Luce’s second wine, also a blend of Merlot and Sangiovese and as such is essential to grant the excellence of Luce. Lucente represents a more approachable expression of the Estate’s unique terroir. 

 

Luce 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £300
Luce is the first wine in the terroir of Montalcino, blending the roundness and suppleness of Merlot with the structure and elegance of Sangiovese. Velvet texture tannins contribute to a great structure. A near endless finish vein of tangy mineral and spices.

Luce 2019, Toscana i.g.t. | £325

Luce 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £350

Luce 2017, Toscana i.g.t. | £400

Luce 2015, Toscana i.g.t. | £495

Luce 2014, Toscana i.g.t. | £470

Luce 2013, Toscana i.g.t. | £525

Luce 2012, Toscana i.g.t.  " 20th Anniversary"  | £550

Luce 2008, Toscana i.g.t. | £800

Luce Brunello 2018, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £320
Luce Brunello is produced in a very small quantity to showcase the unique character of a pure Sangiovese from the Luce Estate and pay tribute to Montalcino's tradition.

Luce Brunello 2017, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £350

Luce Brunello 2013, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £525

Luce Brunello 2012, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £550

Luce Brunello 2011, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £575

Luce Brunello 2008, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £675

Luce Brunello 2007, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £700

Lux Vitis 2019, Toscana i.g.t.  | £390

Everything began in a Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard planted in 2004 over mixed/sandy soils. As the vines developed, we slowly realized the exceptional quality of its grapes and, eleven years later with the 2015 vintage, we decided to create Lux Vitis, a wine enriched by a small percentage of Sangiovese. This distinctive interpretation of Montalcino is produced in very limited quantities. A wine with a rich, complex and Mediterranean character. 

TENUTA CALIMAIA Frescobaldi – Montepulciano (Siena)

Tenuta Calimaia marks the return of the Frescobaldi's to Montepulciano in the name of that exploratory nature which also belonged to Lionardo Di Niccolò Frescobaldi: explorer, writer and merchant, he became mayor of Montepulciano in 1390. Calimaia is located in a historic area for the production of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, known for its particularly ideal conditions, Calimaia is found in the gentle hills between the Val di Chiana and the Val d’Orcia. The vineyards are located at 300 meters above sea level, they enjoy different exposures and soil types providing the best setting for each grape variety.

Calimaia 2020, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano d.o.c.g.  | £65

The wine has an intense ruby-red colour. The complex bouquet blends notes of red fruits, especially cherry, sour cherry and black cherry, with hints of romantic herbs, including sage and lavender. It is full-bodied and energetic. 

Notes of red fruits continue to dominate; the freshness and acidity evoke hints of raspberry and currant. The spicy notes envelop the palate. Young, fresh and silky tannins. 90% Sangiovese, known locally as Prugnolo Gentile.

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Ornellaia is located just outside of Bolgheri, on the coast of Tuscany. The estate’s diverse soils – marine, alluvial and volcanic – is ideal for Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. The mild maritime climate imprints their characteristics on the wines.

Le Volte dell’Ornellaia 2021, Toscana i.g.t. | £65
Le Volte dell’Ornellaia is the expression of a carefully crafted blend. The softness of Merlot, the firm structure and depth of Cabernet Sauvignon supported by the vivacious personality of Sangiovese, create a unique blend which reflects the integrity and style which inspire the philosophy of the Ornellaia Estate.

 

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £125
A true ‘Second vin’ of Ornellaia, Le Serre Nuove results from the decision to carry out an even more rigid selection during the blending phase of the base wines which give life to Ornellaia. Produced primarily from the younger vineyards, the wine combines the pedigree of the flagship wine with freshness, accessibility and softness together with a structure, balance and intensity typical of the great terroir of the Estate.

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £165

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2017, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £180

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2016, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £200

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2015, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £225

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2014, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £240

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2011, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £255

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2010, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £275

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2009, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £300

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2006, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £350

Ornellaia 2019, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ Il Vigore ” £375
Ornellaia, Estate’s flagship wine, was first produced with vintage 1985, from an extremely careful selection of the vineyards Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, grown on Ornellaia.

Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ La Grazia ” £425

Ornellaia 2017, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ Solare ” £450

Ornellaia 2016, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ La Tensione ” £500

Ornellaia 2014, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “  L’Essenza ”   | £650

Ornellaia 2013, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ L’Eleganza ”   | £675

Ornellaia 2012, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ L’Incanto ”  | £700

Ornellaia 2011, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ L’Infinito ”   | £730

Ornellaia 2008, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore “ L’Energia ”  | £750

Ornellaia 2003, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore  | £800

Ornellaia ‘Archivio Storico’ 2006, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore £1,250

Ornellaia ‘Archivio Storico’ 2000, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore £1,000

MASSETO – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Masseto is a “Cru”. The word Cru derives its fundamentals from the characteristics of the soil. Nature has, in fact, allowed that the grapes for Masseto only be grown in one different and very unique piece of land. This is the only zone of this shade, which indicates a soil rich in Pliocene clays, in the entire map of Bolgheri. A respect for the uniqueness of the terrain, coupled with the vast experience that governs all aspects of production, results in limited yields that guarantee maximum quality.

Massetino 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £600

The first vintage of Massetino is the 2017: a hot and dry vintage requiring a very accurate selection. 

Massetino is a blend of predominantly Merlot with a small percentage of Cabernet Franc coming from a few selected vineyard parcels which have been replanted and show great potential. 

Massetino 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £750

Massetino 2017, Toscana i.g.t. | £900

 

Masseto 2019, Toscana i.g.t. | £1,600
From the best Merlot grapes of this single 7 hectares vineyard, that gives a great structure to this collectable wine. Offering intense herbal aromas of black olives and sage, plus masses of dark fruit. The wine is rich with profound depth, exceptionally rich and literally full of body.

Masseto 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £1,800

Masseto 2017, Toscana i.g.t. | £2,225

Masseto 2010, Toscana i.g.t. | £3,000

Masseto 2005, Toscana i.g.t. | £3,500

TENUTA CASTIGLIONI, Frescobaldi – Montespertoli (Firenze)

Located within the hills of Chianti to the South West side of Florence, it enjoys a warm climate. The estate’s clay and sandy soils are ideal for Sangiovese and Merlot grapes, that produce very fruity red wines, with scents of red and black berries, typical of this area.

Chianti Castiglioni 202, Chianti d.o.c.g. | £39

Made with Sangiovese and small parts of Merlot, it results a medium structured wine and shows intense flavours of fresh fruits and a spicy note typical of this warm area South West of Florence.

 

Tenuta Frescobaldi di Castiglioni 2021, Toscana i.g.t. | £55

The wine blends Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese and small portions of Merlot and Petit Verdot from the estate’s sandy loamy soils. It is well structured with aromas of small ripe red fruits, enhanced by balsamic nuances and sweet spices notes.

 

Giramonte 2019, Toscana i.g.t. | £310

The Tenuta di Castiglioni, the Frescobaldi family’s oldest estate first vintage, in 1999, Giramonte, a rare and exclusive Cru. The qualities of its soil, an ideal microclimate, and rigorous selection of the fruit ensure extraordinary consistency of quality. The result is a wine of great richness and intensity, silk-smooth, and with an almost endless progression

and finish.

Giramonte 2018, Toscana i.g.t. |  £325

Giramonte 2014, Toscana i.g.t. |  £370

TENUTA AMMIRAGLIA, Frescobaldi – Magliano (Maremma)

Located in the heart of Tuscany’s Maremma, the Tenuta dell’Ammiraglia and its vineyards carpet the hills facing the Mediterranean. The winery, designed to integrate perfectly into the surrounding countryside, stands out as one of the finest examples today of innovation and modern technology going hand in hand with a deep respect for the

local environment.

Terre More 2020, Maremma Toscana i.g.t. | £40
Terre More, a careful blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Syrah, is a rich, intense wine that is modern in style yet eloquently expressive of the growing area it represents.

TENUTA I COLLAZZI – Impruneta (Firenze)

The estate is located just 7 Km. from Florence. The vineyards, grown on clay and sandy soils, lay in a perfectly exposed natural amphitheatre. In this warm environment, Merlot, Cabernet and Sangiovese grapes are grown.

Collazzi 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £120
A superb, small production wine from this award winning estate, it is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot with intense, soft spiced red berry notes and soft coating tannins.

 

Ferro 2011, Toscana i.g.t. | £235
It was the power of this vine and its unique aroma that inspired the creation of this wine originated by a single grape, the Petit Verdot. Rich, soothing, with incredible longevity and aromatic freshness, it comes from a unique vineyard, from which the Duomo of Florence dominates with incredulous wonder.

Italy

Trentino-Alto Adige

San Leonardo 2015, Tenuta San Leonardo  | £225

Veneto

Amarone della Valpolicella 2016, Campo Del Gigli d.o.c.g.    | £185

Valpolicella Classico Superiore 2014, Quintarelli   | £275

Amarone della Valpolicella Morar 2005, Valentina Cubi    | £350

Piedmont

Barolo Serralunga d’Alba 2019, Fontanafredda    | £105

Barbaresco 2017, Pio Cesare  | £170

Barolo Ornato 2016, Pio Cesare  | £300

Barbaresco 2015, Gaja | £700

Abruzzo

Fonte Maggio 2017, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo d.o.c., Colle Corviano  | £55

Campania

Vigna Quintodecimo 2014, Taurasi Riserva, Quintodecimo  | £350

Puglia

Prima Mano 2021, Primitivo, A Mano  | £75

France

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Famille Perrin “Les Sinards” 2021, Rhône  | £120

Ségla 2014, Margaux  | £150

Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste 2014, Pauillac   | £275

Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Cazetiers 2018, Lucien le Moine, Bourgogne  | £490

Château Cos d’Estournel 1988, Saint-Estèphe   | £700

Spain

Dalmau 2017, Marques de Murrieta, Rioja  | £220

Finca Dofi 2009, Alvaro Palacios  | £275

Murrieta Tinto Castillo Ygay 2010, Marques de Murrieta, Rioja  | £320

Vega Sicilia Valbuena 5o 2016, Ribera del Duero  | £390

Vega Sicilia, Unico 2005, Ribera del Duero   | £1,200

Portugal

Quinta do Crasto Reserva 2020, Vinhas Velhas D.O.C., Douro | £95

Argentina

Signature 2019, Malbec, Susana Balbo | £80

Caro 2018, Château Lafite Rothschild | £130

U.S.A.

Pinot Noir 2017, Anderson Valley, California  | £120

Dominus 2016, Christian Moueix, Napa Valley, California | £850

Australia

St. Henri Shiraz 2017, Penfolds, Barossa Valley | £195

South Africa

Meerlust 2018, Rubicon, Stellenbosch | £85

Small and Large Formats

Half bottle – 0,375 LITRES

Red wines

CASTELLO NIPOZZANO, Frescobaldi – Pelago (Firenze)

Nipozzano Riserva 2019, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £32 

TENUTA LUCE, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Siena)

Luce 2016, Toscana i.g.t. | £120

CASTELGIOCONDO, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Siena)

Castelgiocondo 2015, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g.. | £115

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore | £225

Magnum – 1,5 LITRES

White wines:

CASTELLO POMINO – Frescobaldi - Pomino (Firenze)

Pomino 2021, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. £115

Pomino Benefizio Riserva 2014, Pomino Bianco d.o.c. £250

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Poggio Alle Gazze 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £265

Ornellaia Bianco 2018, Toscana i.g.t. £1,150

CONTI ATTEMS – Cormons (Gorizia)

Attems Cicinis 2019, Collio d.o.c.£150

Red wines:

 

CASTELLO NIPOZZANO, Frescobaldi – Pelago (Firenze)

Nipozzano Riserva 2018, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £105

Nipozzano Riserva 2017, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £120

Montesodi 2013, Toscana i.g.t. | £230

Mormoreto 2016, Toscana i.g.t.£320

Mormoreto 2012, Toscana i.g.t.£450

Mormoreto 2011, Toscana i.g.t.£475

TENUTA PERANO, Frescobaldi – Gaiole in Chianti (Siena)

Tenuta Perano Riserva 2018, Chianti Classico Riserva d.o.c.g. | £155

CASTELGIOCONDO, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Siena)

Castelgiocondo 2017, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £260

Ripe al Convento di Castelgiocondo 2007, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £700

Ripe al Convento di Castelgiocondo 2001, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva d.o.c.g. | £1,450

TENUTA LUCE – Montalcino (Siena)

Lucente 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £180

Luce 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £700

Luce 2009, Toscana i.g.t. | £1,000

Luce 2008, Toscana i.g.t. | £1,100

Luce 2007, Toscana i.g.t. | £1,250

Luce Brunello 2018, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g. | £750

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Le Volte dell'Ornellaia 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £120

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c.  | £335

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2019, Bolgheri d.o.c.  | £350

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c.  | £390

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2016, Bolgheri d.o.c.  | £415

Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia 2014, Bolgheri d.o.c.  | £475

Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore | £900

Ornellaia 2019, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore | £925

Ornellaia 2017, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore | £1,350

MASSETO – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Masseto 2019, Toscana i.g.t. | £3,700

Masseto 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £3,900

TENUTA CASTIGLIONI, Frescobaldi – Montespertoli (Firenze)

Tenuta Frescobaldi di Castiglioni 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £160

Giramonte 2015, Toscana i.g.t. | £750

Giramonte 2011, Toscana i.g.t. | £850

Spain (magnum 1,5l)

Alion 2018, Tempos Vega Sicilia d.o., Ribera del Duero  | £650

France (magnum 1,5l)

Château Pichon Longueville, Comtesse de Lalande 2006, Pauillac | £950

Jeroboam – 3 LITRES

Red Wines:

CASTELLO NIPOZZANO, Frescobaldi – Pelago (Firenze)

Nipozzano Vecchie Viti 2018, Chianti Rufina Riserva d.o.c.g. | £200

Montesodi 2011, Chianti Rufina Riserva i.g.t. | £500

CASTELGIOCONDO, Frescobaldi – Montalcino (Firenze)

Castelgiocondo 2008, Brunello di Montalcino d.o.c.g.  | £850

TENUTA LUCE – Montalcino (Siena)

Lucente 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £400

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Le Volte dell'Ornellaia 2021, Toscana i.g.t. | £290

Le Volte dell'Ornellaia 2020, Toscana i.g.t. | £350

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £650

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2019, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £665

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £700

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2017, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £750

Ornellaia 2018, Bolgheri d.o.c. Superiore | £1,800

MASSETO – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Masseto 2009, Toscana i.g.t. | £12,000

Mathusalem – 6 LITRES

Red Wines:

ORNELLAIA – Bolgheri (Livorno)

Le Volte dell'Ornellaia 2019, Toscana i.g.t. | £625

Le Volte dell'Ornellaia 2018, Toscana i.g.t. | £650

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2020, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £1,250

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia 2017, Bolgheri d.o.c. | £1,300

Dessert  Wines

Italy

Tuscany

40 Altari 2019, Vinsanto del Chianti d.o.c. |  £70 (Bottle 750ml)

Vinsanto from the Chianti DOC area of Tuscany, it blends Trebbiano, San Colombano and Malvasia grapes, typically used to produce this famous sweet wine.

Vinsanto di Pomino 2015, Castello di Pomino, Pomino Vinsanto d.o.c. |  £95 (Bottle 375ml)
It is produced from Trebbiano, Malvasia and the traditional San Colombano grapes. The colour is crystal-clear, golden and brilliant. The nose is highly aromatic and fragrant: notes of honey and dried fruit are joined by spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon. On the palate it is smooth and fresh, with notes of toasted almonds and hazelnuts.

 

Suavitatis 2013, Tenuta Ammiraglia, Maremma i.g.t. | £45 (Bottle 500ml)

Made of late harvested Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, has aromas of well ripened dark.

 

Attems Picolit 2019, Conti Attems, Collio d.o.c. | £75 (Bottle 500ml)

The partial fertilization of the flower, which determines the development of only a few and very concentrated berries, is the basis of the uniqueness of Picolit. One of the noblest expressions of its territory. 

 

Ornus 2020, Tenuta dell’Ornellaia, Toscana i.g.t. | £145 (Bottle 375ml)
Ornus dell’Ornellaia, late harvest sweet wine of Petit Manseng, is cultivated in small parcels of land situated among our red varietal vineyards.

Veneto

Moscato Passito, “Mire” 2018, Cantina Borga  | £65 (Bottle 375ml)

France

Château Coutet 2015, Sauternes | £100 (Bottle 375ml)

Château d’Yquem 2019, Sauternes  | £550 (Bottle 375ml)

Hungary

Tokaji Aszu 2017, 6 Puttonyos, Patricius (bottle 500ml) | £125 (Bottle 500ml)

Grappa

Grappa Di Castelgiocondo, CastelGiocondo, Montalcino  | £140 (Bottle 700ml)

Grappa di Brunello is obtained by distilling the skins of the Sangiovese grapes used to produce the Castelgiocondo Brunello di Montalcino. It’s bouquet is intense and persistent, and on the palate it is smooth and velvety. 

Grappa Di Luce, Tenuta Luce, Montalcino | £130 (Bottle 500ml)

This grappa is obtained from distilling the skins of the Sangiovese and Merlot grapes used to produce the unique wine Luce. We entrusted the task of distillation only to Jacopo Poli, one Italy’s oldest and finest distilleries.

 

Eligo Dell’Ornellaia, Grappa Riserva | £150 (Bottle 500ml)
Grappa Ornellaia is obtained from the distillation of the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes, harvested in the Ornellaia Estate in Bolgheri. It distinguishes itself for its colour, its excellent aromas and its elegant structure.

Trentino-Alto Adige 

Grappa Di Moscato Giallo, Pilzer   | £110 (Bottle 500ml)

Port
Bottle 750ml

Taylor’s LBV 2015  | £80
Graham’s 10 Year Old Tawny  | £90
Quinta do Vesuvio 1992 | £175

Dow’s Vintage 1985  | £250

All wines and vintages are subject to availability. If you suffer from any allergy or intolerance, please let a member of the staff know upon placing your order. All prices are inclusive of VAT at the current rate.

A discretionary service charge of 13.5% will be added to your bill.

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