White Wines


Muscadet Sèvres et Maine Marquis de Goulaine Cuvée Millénaire: £9.95

Dry and crisp, this wine is wonderful with fish and a perfect partner with shellfish and all sorts of delicate cheeses.
(Melon de Bourgogne)


Touraine Domaine Octavie: £10.95

This beautiful full-flavoured, bone dry wine has a lemony hint to its grassy crispness. Great with seafood, fish and asparagus. (Sauvignon Blanc)


Sancerre Domaine de la Gemière: £17.95

Award winning, this is great as an aperitif wine, with shellfish and grilled fish, with white meats and goat’s cheese.
(Sauvignon Blanc)


Cheverny Blanc Domaine Pascal Bellier: £9.95

Any of you who want to branch out from Loire Sauvignon to a more complex white wine should have a crack at this mouthwatering, zesty, lime peel-spiked white. (Sauvignon Blanc)



Chablis Grande Réserve Château Clos de Vaulichères: £16.95

A lovely refreshing, limpid, clear and brilliant wine with aromas of matured grapes and a subtle flavour of vine peach. (Chardonnay)


St-Véran Domaine Loïc Martin: £16.50

A nose of fruits (lemon, white peach) and flowers (elderberry, honeysuckle), confirmed with a lovely mineral palate. (Chardonnay)


Rully Phillipe Milan et Fils: £20.95

This wine has a creamy texture and a lovely freshness and is unusually good value for white Burgundy. (Chardonnay)


Mâcon La Roche Vineuse Domaine Chêne Cuvée Prestige: £14.50

Multiple award winner, this is a rich yet elegant wine with aromas of pineapple, acacia and violet. (Chardonnay)


Mâcon Milly-Lamartine Domaine Chêne: £14.50

Multiple award winning fine southern Burgundy with aromas of pear, nettles, pineapple, spring flowers and lime juice. (Chardonnay)


Pouilly-Fuissé Domaine de la Creuze Noire ‘Le Clos de M. Noly’: £21.50

Typically rich and full-bodied, it makes a good accompaniment to fish with cream sauces, roast chicken, port and ham dishes. (Chardonnay)



Verdicchio Le Marche: £10.50

The nose is intense and delicate it is tightly focussed with citrus and lemon aromas. The palate is clean and well balanced, dry, fresh and slightly fruity. (Verdicchio)


Pecornino Abruzzo: £13.00

Delicate floral, stone fruit and citrus aromas lead on to a palate with fresh peach notes backed by a textural minerality, nutty characters, and crisp acidity. (Pecorino)


Gavi di Gavi Nuovo Quadro Piemonte: £16.00

White peach and acacia blossoms with just a hint of crystallised ginger. Fresh and light zesty citrus notes on the palate. (Cortese)


Rosé Wines

Cheverny Dom Pascal Bellier: £11.00

This heart-stoppingly pretty rosé, has a delicately fruited nose of wild strawberry, rose petal and cranberry. (Pinot Noir and Gamay)


Sancerre Rosé Domaine de la Gemière: £17.95

Made purely from Pinot Noir this is a lovely salmon pink bursting with peach and strawberry aromas. A seriously good rosé that is not only for the summer. (Pinot Noir)


Red Wines


Fleurie ‘Les Roches’ Domaine Lucien Lardy: £15.50

Deeper and richer than your average Fleurie,
with a great structure. (Gamay)


Lucien Lardy Beaujolais-Villages: £13.50

Multiple award winning wine, this is a young, light bodied wine with chewy summer red fruit characters and vivacious acidity. Great with white meats and cheese. (Gamay)


Brouilly ‘Extrait de Terroir” Domaine Champier: £14.95

Ruby red with fabulous fruity nuances of fresh grapes and red berries. Full of fruit and finesse. Great with Reblochon, Brie and goat’s cheeses. (Gamay)


Moulin à Vent Gérard Charvet: Réserve d’Amélie: £16.50

Award winning, this has a full and rounded feel on the palate, with hints of mocha and violet accenting the raspberry fruit backbone. Especially great with lamb and duck. (Gamay)



Château Moulin de Lavergne: £11.95

This wine has tastes of ripe red plums with hints of earth and red meat with leathery tannins and a chewy long fine finish. (Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon)


Château Paret Côtes de Castillion: £13.50

This wine is a great easy-drinker and would make a good accompaniment to red meat or a cheese platter. (Merlot and Cabernet Franc)


Château Moulin de Peyrat: £15.50

Intriguing aromas, such as raspberry, truffles and vanilla in this great value easy drinking wine. (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet)


Haut Médoc Château Bel Air: £17.50

The colour of this wine is a lovely purple and has a nose of slightly spicy red fruits. It is clean and fruity on the palate with a balanced evolution with a finale of quality. (Merlot)


Saint Estephe Château La Croix de Marbuzet: £22.00

This wine punches well above its weight, with quality to rival its more celebrated neighbours. It displays a fine array of succulent red berry fruits with lifted coffee and cedarwood notes.



Domaine Didier Tropez Lès Mâcon Charnay Rouge: £11.00

A great accompaniment to charcuterie, full bodied cheeses and salami. (Gamay and Pinot Noir)


Côtes de Nuits-Villages Domaine Cornu-Camus: £25.50

This has a lovely nose of silky red fruits with berries and hints
of earth and red meat with leathery tannins and a chewy long fine finish. (Pinot Noir)


Moulin à Vent Château Bonnet Vieilles Vignes: £16.95

Lurid violet colour. Mineral-accented dark berry and cherry liqueur scents are complicated by hints of candied violet and licorice. Sweet, perfumed and expansive on the palate, offering intense boysenberry and cherry that tighten up slowly on the back half. Blends richness and energy smoothly and finishes very long and sappy, with velvet tannins coming in late.


St-Estèphe Château Beau-Site Haut-Vignoble: £29.00

Highly thought of, ripe and straightforward, this is a claret with great all-round appeal. (Cabernet Sauvignon with Merlot and
Petit Verdot)


Clos des Menuts St Émilion Grand Cru: £35.00

Old and mellow but lots of huge spiced fruit. Sweet-tasting fruits dominate this wine. (Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot)



Domaine L’Oliver: £12.90

This great value award winning Côtes de Rhöne has a dark ruby colour, with ravishing hints of ripe red fruits and berries.
(Grenach and Syrah)


Château Blanzac Cuvée Véronique: £10.95

This wine goes well with cold cuts, red meats and foie gras, hard pressed unpasteurised cheeses such as Tomme de Savoie, or soft ones like Chaource, Brie, Camembert.
(Merlot and Cabernet Franc)


Crozes-Hermitage Domaine Les Hauts de Mercurol: £21.50

A taught, savoury palate, with an interesting minerality.
It is a great match for guinea fowl and similar game, or try
with goat’s cheeses. (Syrah)


Châteauneuf du Pape Domaine des Pères de l’Église, Le Calice de St Pierre: £28.50

The southern Rhône wine has tastes of ripe red plums with hints of earth and red meat. (Grenache with Syrah and Mourvedre)



Montepulciano ll Caggio Abruzzo: £11.00

A medium-bodied aromatic wine with sour cherry flavours backed by savoury earthy notes. A quality wine. (Montepulciano)


Campofiorin Masi Venezia: £22.00

Full bodied, smooth and velvety. Combines simplicity with style, strength and majesty. (Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella)


Barolo Flori Piemonte: £21.00

“Flori” has all the tell-tale Barolo characteristics with tobacco, leather and violet scented aromas with plum fruit and a round silky texture, giving a good lengthy finish. (Nebbiolo)


Brunello di Montalcino Tuscany: £42.00

Oaky tones and ripe fruit, wood-driven tones of cinnamon, clove and vanilla add good structure layers at the back. (Sangiovese)


Champagne from the house of drappier

3Carte d’Or: 37.5cl £19.95, 75cl £35.00

75% Pinot Noir, 15% Chardonnay, 10% Meunier

The Carte d’Or cuvée is the very expression of the Drappier style, with its very high proportion of Pinot Noir. This is a Champagne with a fine aromatic richness, it opens with aromas of stoned fruits such as white vineyard peach. A spicy hint announces a powerful and complex palate. A lovely, complex Champagne with a characteristic note of quince jelly, white peach and spice.

Ideal as an aperitif. At the table it goes
with white meats, rolled fish fillets,
Chaource cheese.


Brut Nature Zero Dosage: 75cl £40.00

100% Pinot Noir 

Dosage is the addition of sugared wine once the fermentation process is completed. In this case, no sugar is added, resulting in a dry Champagne. Vermilion gold in colour, the nose is of freshly pressed black grapes, red, white and citrus fruits. It has an ample palate with flesh of vineyard peach and bouquet of aromatic herbs with small spicy notes in the finish. A fine, tightly knit Champagne of
great purity.

Ideal as an aperitif. The perfect accompaniment for Jersey seafood,
sashimi or even soft goat’s cheese.


Demi-sec 75cl: £35.00

This Carte D’Or Demi Sec is the same as the Carte D’ Or Brut except it has an extra dosage to give the wine more sweetness and transform it to a dessert Champagne. It is gorgeous. Light yellow in color this Champagne has a great perfume with a tinge of pineapple and citrus with a faintly floral nuance. On the palate there is lovely sweet fruit with hints of peach and pineapple and a long sweet finish balanced by a tinge of citrus.

This would be a great match with any kind of light dessert especially one with tropical fruits.


Blanc de Blancs: £40.00

95% Chardonnay, 5% Blanc Vrai 

As its name suggests, this white Champagne is made exclusively from white grapes, in this case Chardonnay, but also with a splash of Pinot Blanc (called Blanc Vrai) added to increase its complexity and roundness. 

The nose brings to mind white peach and pear but also more floral notes such as peony. On the palate a mineral Champagne, lightly biscuity, creamy, supple, seductive. 

Ideal as an aperitif and it goes superbly well with white meats, chilled smoked salmon with citrus fruits, or tagliatelle with Jersey scallops.


Brut Nature Sans Soufre: 75cl £48.00

100% Pinot Noir 

This Champagne is all about purity. Sulphites are widely used in wine making for their antioxidant and antibacterial properties. They play an important role in preventing oxidization. In this Champagne, no sulphur is added, allowing the Pinot Noir to express itself in total freedom. Notwithstanding the lack of dosage, it exhibits a remarkable roundness thanks to the maturity of the fruit and the time spent in the cellars, this cuvée evokes lovely apples and Williams’ pears, with a hint of lemon and hazelnuts. On the palate it is a very dry, mineral Champagne bursting with life. It will delight enthusiasts and purists on the lookout for new taste bud sensations. Recommended for those allergic to sulphur.

Ideal as an aperitif. The perfect accompaniment for local seafood,
sashimi or even soft goat’s cheese.


Millésime: 75cl £50.00

60 % Pinot Noir, 40 % Chardonnay 

Millésime is the French word for “vintage” and notes the year in which the wine was produced and bottled. “Vintage” refers to the date in which grapes are harvested, undergo the vinification process to turn them into wine, and are bottled or stored for additional ageing. So this wine reflects the grapes of a particular year.

A very complex, rich nose revealing hints
of white fruits, almond and fresh ginger.
In the mouth it is lightly creamy with good tightness and a suggestion of brioche. A floral touch testifies to the high proportion of Chardonnay while the depth of the Pinot Noir is expressed in the form of red fruits and appealing bitter notes. 

Ideal as an aperitif. Perfect with grilled
fennel and lemon Jersey sea bass, risotto, seared Jersey sole and a traditional
blanquette of veal.


Grande Sendrée: 75cl £74.50

55 % Pinot Noir, 45 % Chardonnay 

This Champagne presents itself in a ravishing pale yellow robe with nuances of topaz. Time has used its patina to reveal the wine’s complexity. Hawthorn blends with acacia honey, beeswax and marzipan. When it is aerated, quince jelly meets raspberry jam and alternates with bergamot and warm brioche. On the palate it is invigorating, imposing and it teases the taste buds.. This harmony is extended in a delicate minerality and a lovely bitterness in which hints of mandarin orange come through.

Ideal as an exclusive aperitif. It goes perfectly with bouillon of lobster and grapefruit, poached turbot with hollandaise sauce, carpaccio of Jersey scallop, rack of lamb with foie gras, creamed Bresse fowl with truffles, Comté St Antoine at least 18 months old.


Rosé Saignée: 37.5cl £22.50, 75cl £40.00

92 % Pinot Noir, 8 % Chardonnay 

Drappier is one of the very few Champagne houses producing rosé by the saignée method. Saignée describes a method of rosé winemaking that involves “bleeding” off a portion of red wine juice after it’s been in contact with the skins and seeds, the resulting Champagne will be richer and more concentrated. 

This Pinot Noir rosé is very well structured, with exemplary purity of red fruits. A striking Champagne on the nose offering similar sensations on the palate. Warm and satiny, lightly spiced with balanced hints of stoned fruits. On the palate it is remarkably expressive and extremely fresh, with a subtle trace of liquorice in the finish.

Ideal as an aperitif. Perfect with antipasti, salmon en papillotte, grilled pink lamb, strawberry salad.


Brut Nature Rosé: 75cl: £46.00

100% Pinot Noir

A rosé produced using the saignée
method, no dosage, no filtering, the Brut Nature Rosé is a cuvée which will delight lovers of freshness, minerality and purity. With hints of rose petals, strawberries and raspberries, citrus fruits, mandarin orange and also white pepper, the Brut Nature Rosé unveils another facet of rosé Champagne.

Ideal as an aperitif. It goes perfectly with salmon carpaccio or local Jersey scallops, sushi and grilled meats.


Grande Sendrée Rosé: 75cl: £95.00

With 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay

This Champagne combines the strength of Pinot Noir and the elegant discretion of Chardonnay. This bled rosé is made with unfiltered Chardonnay and benefits from wood matured dosage. The bouquet is outstanding, offering up a superb synthesis of delicacy and complexity in its constellation of wild strawberries, white cherries, wheat toast, dried rose petals, a lovely base of chalky soil and gentle smokiness in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, crisp and complex, with a fine core, elegant mousse, brisk acids and excellent focus and grip on the very, very long and youthfully zesty finish. A very refined Champagne that will only improve with further bottle age.

Ideal as an exclusive aperitif. To accompany saffron creamed Jersey mussels, Jersey lobster salad, lamb shank or Jersey monkfish and of course red berried fruits such as strawberries.



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