About Our Wines

Organic Wines

Simply put, Organic wines are made from organically grown grapes. But there are lots of different certifications for organic products around the world. For instance, organic wine in the United States cannot contain added sulphites, whereas it can in Europe. Most of the growers on the list might farm pretty much organically, even fully, but either aren't certified or are in conversion. The wines on the list are certified organic, or in organic conversion.

Biodynamic Wines

This method predates organic farming. Biodynamic farming was devised in the 1920s by an Austrian called Rudolf Steiner. At its heart is the biodynamic calendar, which regulates what you do, and when. Then there are the special natural composts you stick in cow horns and bury in the ground, in addition to renouncing all manufactured chemicals and fertilizers. This might sound a little unnecessary, but there's undoubtedly substance to it. A visit to a biodynamic vineyard gives you a sense that the vineyard feels in harmony with nature. In the wine world, some of the most passionate, honest winegrowers you'll ever meet farm in this method. Although they don’t shout about it, some of the world’s leading producers follow this method, including Cristal Champagne and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti.

Low Sulphur Wines, Natural Wines

People are increasingly concerned about sulphites in wines, so what are they? Sulphur is a natural product of fermentation, so there's no such thing as 'zero sulphur' wine, but you can have zero added sulphur and lower sulphur wines.

Sulphur dioxide has been added to wine as a preservative since Roman times. Does it give you a headache? Not exactly, but it does badly affect about 1% of the population. There's more added sulphur in dried fruit (about 20 times more) than wine.

However, in our experience, better wines tend to have fewer sulphites. There are fewer sins to cover up. You don't have to go to the extent of barely any added sulphur in order to make good wines, but at that end of the scale there are also some people making amazing, interesting and delicious wines.

You will find a selection of wines with significantly less added sulphur than most, or no added sulphur at all, on our list.

House White

Castillo del Moro, Sauvignon/Airen blend, Spain, 2014

This modern crisp white has bright citrus on the nose, while offering deliciously vibrant apple fruit flavours and a zesty twang on the palate.
Bottle £17.50     Small £3.25      Medium £4.50      Large £6.25

Torre Solar, Macabeo, La Mancha, Spain, 2014

Hints of ripe pineapple, lemon and lime on the nose. These continue onto the palate combining with crisp, refreshing acidity and a long mineral finish.
Bottle £19.95      Small £3.50      Medium £5.25      Large £6.75

Mont Rocher, Viognier, Vieilles Vignes, Southern France 2014

Pronounced honeysuckle and apricot aromas, with a rich mouth coating palate that is still dry, tangy and refreshing.
Bottle £23.00      Small £4.25      Medium £5.75      Large £7.75

Organic White

Domaine Sainte Irénée, Chardonnay, IGP Pays d'Oc, France, 2015

A complex Chardonnay with elegant aromas of fleshy white and yellow fruit and fresh floral notes. Nice weight on the palate, without ever being heavy, apricot and peach flavours.
Bottle £26.50     Small £4.75     Medium £6.50     Large £9.25

Bodegas Contreras Ruiz, Vina Barradero, Condado de Huelva, Spain, 2015

A medley of fresh fruit, crunchy apple, pineapple and floral aromas. Lemony fresh on the palate, with a yellow fruit finish.
Bottle £28.75     Small £5.00     Medium £7.50     Large £9.95

Guillaume Gonnet, Côtes du Rhône, Blanc, Rhône, France, 2015

A lovely aromatic wine composed of delicious grapefruit, and peach flavours, showing balanced acidity and mineral notes.
Bottle £32.00     Small £5.75     Medium £8.50     Large £10.95

Collefrisio, Pecorino di Chieti, IGT, Abruzzo, Italy, 2015

This white grape variety from the south of Italy is making a real come-back at the moment. With green tea and peach on the nose, these aromas follow through onto the palate. This wine is firm, dry and mineral in character and unlike any other whites coming out of this part of the country. Enjoy!
Bottle £36.50     Small £6.50     Medium £9.25     Large £12.95

Domaine Grossot, Chablis, Burgundy, France, 2014

Mouth-watering minerality and wonderfully pure appley fruit, this electrifies the palate and has considerable richness.
Bottle £39.50     Small £6.95     Medium £10.25     Large £13.75

Biodynamic Farmed White

Iona, Sauvignon Blanc, Elgin, South Africa, 2015

A wonderfully aromatic wine showing fine mineral notes, kiwi, hints of herbs, leaves and a touch of gooseberry fruit. There is a touch of Semillon in this wine, which gives weight and fresh lime notes throughout.
Bottle £34.00     Small £6.25     Medium £8.95     Large £11.95

Alemany I Corrió, Cargol Treu Vi, Catalunya, Spain, 2014

Nice perfume of white flowers, along with notes of white fruit, citrus, enticing hints of smoke and flint stone and some elegant mineral undertones. Flavours of apples and pears on the palate, with hints of dry flowers and a pronounced minerality. This is a very original wine made by a husband and wife team, Irene Alemany and Laurent Corrió, a couple based in Penedès. This wine is a varietal Xarel·lo (a cava grape) incidentally they picked up 93 Parker points for this wine.
Bottle £45.00     Small £7.95     Medium £11.75     Large £15.50

Low Sulphur Wines, Natural White

Celler del Roure, Cullerot, Valencia, Spain, 2015

Light and delicate on the nose, with an incredibly fresh and complex palate. This is a wine from an unusual winery, they decided to use an existing subterranean cellar with dozens of intact 17th century amphorae. It took a few years of research and restoration but the clay vessels are being used to make wine once again. Cullerot, which means tadpole, is made in the old cellar utilizing Verdil, Pedro Ximénez, Macabeo and Chardonnay from vines ranging in age from 15–70 years old.
Bottle £33.00     Small £5.95     Medium £8.75     Large £11.50

Abel Mendoza, Tempranillo Blanco, Rioja, Spain, 2015

From the modest vineyard of Abel Mendoza comes this tiny production of white Tempranillo. This wine has ripe yellow fruit on a very intense nose. With more acidity than the red Tempranillo, this is a grape with a great future in Rioja, especially in cold years. It has great length, volume and persistence.
Bottle £58.00

House Red

Terre Allegre, Sangiovese, Veneto, Italy, 2014

A juicy, succulent ruby red wine with savoury cherry and plum jam characters. Soft tannins and a bright ripe fruit.
Bottle £17.50     Small £3.25     Medium £4.50     Large £6.25

Torre Solar, Tempranillo/ Petit Verdot, La Mancha, Spain, 2014

A juicy red bursting with ripe blackberry and spice character. Criminally drinkable, its vibrant fruit driven style and easy balance make for the perfect anytime red.
Bottle £19.50     Small £3.50     Medium £5.25     Large £6.75

Mont Rocher, Carignan, Vieilles Vignes, Southern France 2014

Soft and juicy with bags of red berry fruit and hints of vanilla. Super smooth and simply easy to drink.
Bottle £23.00     Small £4.25     Medium £5.75     Large £7.75

Familia Zuccardi Serie A Malbec, Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina, 2014

A beautifully expressive wine, showing aromas of black and red fruit, combined with spicy notes. Fresh ripe dark fruits on the palate, with a rounded elegant fruit structure.
Bottle £31.00     Small £5.50     Medium £7.75     Large £10.75

Organic Red

Bodegas y Viñedos Tinedo, MAX, La Mancha, Spain, 2014

A big red, that is well rounded and very fruity. Added complexity comes to this in the way of chocolate and spice on both palate and nose. Lots of strong fruit and spice all the way.
Bottle £25.00     Small £4.50     Medium £5.95     Large £8.95

Collefrisio, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Filaré, DOC, Abruzzo, Italy, 2014

An organic reinvention, of that old Italian classic. Strong fruity scents with hints of spice, cherry and plum. The palate is well balanced and shows generous dark fruit with a lasting finish.
Bottle £32.00      Small £5.75     Medium £8.50      Large £10.95

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rouge, Guillaume Gonnet, Rhône, France, 2013

A red and black fruit bouquet, of cherries and blackberries, a hint of garrigue, liquorice and spice. The palate shows further red and black fruits, and a fine structure.
Bottle £73.00

Lenné Estate, Pinot Noir, Oregon, USA, 2011

This wine has aromatic complexity in spades! With dense black cherry, black raspberry, chocolate, anise and violet aromas. On the palate the wine is dense but never heavy, great grip for a Pinot and a long finish.
Bottle £75.00

Zuccardi, Zeta, Valle de Uco, Mendoza, Argentina, 2011

Zuccardi Zeta is acknowledged worldwide since its conception as one of the top classic wines from Argentina. Showing a complex nose, with spicy and dark fruits aromas. Notes of plums, strawberries and blueberries, with distinct hints of black pepper, tobacco, chocolate, truffles and mulberry giving a great complexity. Well-balanced with a great structure that fills the palate with a beautiful combination of fruit and oak. Sweet tannins add to the deep and long finish.
Bottle £91.00

Biodynamic Farmed Red

Odfjell, Armador, Carménère, Central Valley, Chile, 2013

Blackberry and dark chocolate aromas coupled with some savoury notes, coffee and liquorice. Complex yet elegant. Alluring red purple colour with intensive aromas of black fruits and liquorice together with spicy notes such as black pepper and cloves, finishing with vanilla and hints of bitter chocolate. The palate is long and refreshing with soft, ripe fruit and a touch of spices.
Bottle £27.50     Small £4.95     Medium £6.95     Large £9.75

Alemany I Corrió, Pas Curtei, Catalunya, Spain, 2012

A Bordeaux-esque wine full of black fruits with fine soft tannins. Intense, moreish with crunchy fruit.. Amazing complexity on the nose, with notes of ripe plums, blackberries, red fruit and tangerine peel. The palate is bold and fresh, with a well-structured, body that displays flavours of ripe black fruit, and spice. Ripe, silky tannins, crisp acidity and long, slightly bitter finish.
Bottle £38.00     Small £6.75     Medium £9.75     Large £13.25

Ripanuda, Chianti Classico, DOCG, Tuscany, Italy, 2013

The four friends behind this wine have one simple goal: assisting nature to create wine. They have created a fantastic Chianti, which shows soft tannins, succulent acidity with cherry and herb flavours. Often Sangiovese can be drying, but not this one, which is very easy to drink & supremely versatile.
Bottle £39.50     Small £6.95     Medium £10.25      Large £13.75

Iona, Pinot Noir, Elgin, South Africa, 2014

From the coolest climate wine region in Africa, comes this elegant Pinot. Showing a succulent black cherry aroma, delicate floral and spicy notes. On the palate, the wine is powerful (for a Pinot), with a silky and textured finish.
Bottle £49.00     Small £8.75      Medium £12.25     Large £16.75

Thousand candles, Yarra Valley, Australia, 2013

This wine is a new Australian idol, wine critic Tyson Stelzer gave it 97 points. It’s at once savoury like a great Wendouree, perfumed like Vosne Romanée and structured with the grip and assuredness of Hermitage. Yet it is emphatically and definitively Australian. The wine leaps out of the glass with violets, exotic spice and black fruits, built around a mouth coating structure of wonderfully fine tannins. The blend of grapes has to be one of the maddest recorded: the best of 100% whole bunch cool climate shiraz (55%), meets 50% whole bunch pinot noir (40%) and a dash of sauvignon blanc (5%)
Bottle £105.00

Low Sulphur Wines, Natural Red

Celler del Roure, Parotet Vermell, Valencia, Spain, 2012

Amphorae ageing lends itself very well to this wine, making the juicy red fruit flavours linger on your palate. This is a blend of Monastrell, Garnacha Tintorera, Mandó, and is very soft.
Bottle £30.00      Small £5.25     Medium £7.50     Large £10.50

Celler del Roure, Maduresa, Valencia, Spain, 2009

Ripe red fruits with elegant toasty notes. A very enjoyable wine with flavours that are similar to the nose. Sweet and fleshy tannins, appetising and elegant on the palate. A warming and expressive Mediterranean wine. This wine is made from an original blend in which the recovered Mandó grape variety is rounded off with a selection of foreign varieties that have adapted very well to Valencian soil.
Bottle £52.00

Abel Mendoza, Guardaviñas Sin Sulfuroso, Rioja, Spain, 2014

Modest and passionate about his vineyards Abel and his wife Maite have been making understated wines in San Vicente since 1988. He wants only to express the fruit and the soil and unlike many Riojans he leaves it more or less at that. He does not want to stamp the wines with any particular style or mark of his own making other than his respect for the very natural quality of the grapes. This is only the second release of this biodynamically farmed (although not certified), sulphur free, limited production wine from a 0.56-hectare parcel planted in 1979. It’s very fruity in the mouth, flavours of plum and liquorice, compact tannins and a bright, refreshing finish.
Bottle £64.00

House Rose

Edalo, Rosado, Condado de Huelva, Spain, 2014

Vibrant red berries on the nose with hints of spice. Surprisingly weighty and fleshy and well-structured with excellent balance.
Bottle £26.00     Small £3.25     Medium £6.75     Large £8.95


Bodegas Sumarroca, Cava, Brut Reserva, Catalunya, Spain, 2013

Rich, full and complex with bags of lemony freshness rounded off with a biscotti flavoured finish. Structured just like a classic sparkling wine.
Bottle £26.00      Glass £7.00

Prosecco, Spumante Millesimato, Mabis, Veneto, Italy, 2014

A prosecco that shows great elegance, aromatics and excellent bubbles. With loads of flavour: green apple, honeysuckle and lemon peel, one of the best we have ever tried.
Bottle £30.00

Pierre Mignon, Grande Réserve, Premier Cru, N.V.

A crisp, well balanced Champagne with citrus hints on the nose overlaid with touches of brioche and yeastiness.
Bottle £47.00

Pierre Mignon, Brut Rosé, Premier Cru, N.V.

Bright, juicy and creamy on the palate with a core of ripe red fruit and a delicately scented finish.
Bottle £62.00


His Eminences Choice, DeLa Force LBV, Portugal, 2009

Brooding black cherry fruit with a huge cedary core. A simple wine with a fine dark colour, ripe and rounded off by a sweet finish.
50ml £5.75

His Eminences Choice, DeLa Force 10 yr Old Tawny Port, Portugal

This sumptuous and richly flavoured tawny port is matured for ten years in seasoned oak casks. It combines ripe jammy fruit aromas with the rich mellow flavours of wood ageing. Rich and round on the palate.
50ml £5.75


Stella Bella, Pink Muscat, Margaret River, Australia, 2014

Ripe peaches and lightly spiced pears. Medium bodied with a delicious honeyed richness of concentrated grapey fruit flavours.
Bottle (375ml) £29.25      75ml £6.50

Domäne Wachau, Beerenauslese, Terrassen, Austria, 2014

Pronounced aromas and intense fruit flavours, tropical fruits are evident throughout such as mango and pineapple. Very complex and deep, with a long finish.
Bottle (375ml) £41.50     75ml £8.50

Mad, Tokaji, Hungary, 2013

A racy nose to start, citrus blossom, fresh grass and marmalade mix with tropical fruits and ripe, sweet passion-fruit. Simply nectar in a glass.
Bottle (375ml) £39.95     75ml £8.25

Celler de Capçanes, Pansal del Calàs, Montsant, Spain, 2012

This dark almost black wine has enormous concentration, resulting in very ripe seductive fruits like roasted aromas of plums, cassis and dark cherries and currant, toast, coffee and mocha. Perfectly aligned alcohol and lively acidity with an elegant smooth finesse.
Bottle (50cl.) £47.25      50ml £4.95