Drinks List

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On the Green drinks list Nov 2017

N.B. Please be aware that our drinks list may change because we regularly get new stuff and sometimes things just aren’t available.



Solandia Grillo, Terre Siciliane, Sicily, Italy  125ml glass £3.50, 250ml glass £5.85, bottle £16.95

The Italian grillo grape is well-suited to Sicily’s gorgeous warm, sunny climate and the Sicilians love its light, easy-drinking style. This is a great value example – fresh, rounded and peachy with almond and floral hints.


Moon River Pinot Grigio, Hungary 125ml glass £3.90, 250ml glass £6.25, bottle £17.95

The UK is increasingly falling in love with the well-made, excellent value wines from Hungary, and this is a prime example. Refreshing pinot grigio made from grapes grown overlooking the Danube River, producing a light, soft, refreshing wine with lemon and apple flavours and a hint of herbs.


Caoba Viognier, Mendoza, Argentina bottle £18.95

A lighter yet full flavouered style of Viognier. The nose leaps out of the glass with aromas of ripe stone fruit. Flavours of peach and apricot are followed by a subtle sweet spice with a lingering finish.


Amalaya Torrontes Riesling, Argentina bottle £19.95

A dry and delicate white with great freshness, hints of citrus and grapefruit, crisp acidity and a distinctly mineral finish.


Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine de la Serre, South France bottle £20.50

Picpoul is fast-becoming one of the UK’s most fashionable wines, and this bottle’s zippy freshness, ripe fruit and mineral backbone shows exactly why. Try a glass on a sunny day, or pair it with some tasty fish.


Fernlands Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand bottle £22.95

An absolute classic from the popular Marlborough region of New Zealand: crisp, aromatic and packed full of typical grassy, zesty lime and gooseberry character.


Organic Fiano, Sicily, Italy bottle £23.95

Wonderfully bright and expressive with rich aromas and bags of tropical fruit, this has a soft mouthfeel and great purity. Zensa in Italian mean “without” referring to the absence of any chemicals or pesticides in the winemaking process.


El Cante Albariño, Spain bottle £25.50

The popular albariño grape is the ultimate seafood companion. The El Cante Albariño comes from Rias Baixas, the beating heart of this grape’s homeland in the Galicia region of Spain. Light and zesty with rounded stone fruits – very sippable.


Chapel Down Bacchus, England bottle £28.50

The Bacchus grape is named after the Roman god of wine, and is one of the most-planted varieties in England. The award-winning Chapel Down winery in Kent has shaped it into a mind-blowingly fresh, grassy, grapefruit, gooseberry and nettle-filled wine that really gives good sauvignon blanc a run for its money.


Montes Alpha Casablanca Chardonnay, Chile)bottle £29.95

This exceptional winemaking estate in the cool Casablanca Valley has carefully crafted a rich, ripe, tropical Chardonnay with some buttery, vanilla hints from a short time in oak, and a lingering, luxurious finish. Perfect with baked brie.


Domaine La Roche Chablis, ‘St Martin’, France bottle £33.00

An exceptional, ripe, fresh and refined Chardonnay with textbook Chablis minerality and complexity thanks to the estate’s fantastic vineyard plots. St Martin is the patron saint of Chablis, and his relics were kept at this family-run domaine’s monastery for many years. A truly elegant wine – one to linger over.



Prosecco Corte Alta, NV, DOC, Italy 125ml glass £4.25, 175ml glass £5.95, bottle £22.95

A perfect example of why Prosecco is so popular right now – delicate, fresh and frothy, with soft, accessible peach and pear flavours. A revitalising treat – go on, you deserve it.


Codorníu Brut Rosado, Cava, Spain bottle £19.95

A vibrant pink bubbly made in the same way as Champagne by one of the oldest and most famous Cava producers. This is made with pinot noir, monastrell, macabeo and xarel-lo grapes, and is matured for nine months, adding a hint of toasty complexity to the ripe summer fruit flavours.


House Champagne: J de Telmont Grande Réserve NV,  France bottle £33.50

J de Telmont was founded in 1912 and – four generations later – it is one of the few remaining family-run Champagne houses. This is soft and fruity, with a little classic Champagne yeastiness, and provides super value for money.


Sparkling Shiraz, Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen, Australia bottle £36.95

Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of satsuma, plum and black cherry leading to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate. A very special sparkling red for times of celebration.


Nyetimber Classic Cuvée, England bottle £45.95

Now this is really special – Nyetimber in West Sussex is arguably the finest wine estate in England. Its vineyards are planted with the three grapes used in Champagne (pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier), which are then made into exquisite sparkling wines using the Champagne method. Complex layers of baked apple, citrus, honey and pastry flavours – the perfect home-grown Champagne alternative.


Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV, Champagne, France bottle £57.95

Undoubtedly one of the greatest Champagne houses – and still family-owned – Louis Roederer is perhaps best-known for being the producer of Cristal. This is deliciously rich and opulent in style, with crisp fruit character blending seamlessly with nutty, yeasty notes. One of the top non-vintage Champagnes.


Pol Roger 2004 Vintage, Champagne, France bottle £98.50

A favourite of Sir Winston Churchill himself, Pol Roger’s vintage Champagnes never disappoint, and this is no exception. The 2004 was aged in Pol Roger’s deep underground cellars for 8 years before being released, and has developed brioche and honey hints to complement its citrus, white blossom and stone fruit flavours.



Alpha Zeta ‘R’ Rosato, Italy 125nl glass £3.50, 250ml glass £5.85, bottle £16.95

Leading New Zealand winemaker Matt Thomson is behind this wine, sourcing his corvina grapes from the hills outside Verona, and fermenting them gently at cool temperatures to retain their delicate aromas. Refreshing strawberry, sweet cherry and floral hints abound. The perfect sunshine wine!


Torre Alta Pinot Grigio rose, Italy 125ml glass £4.75, 250ml glass £6.75, bottle £19.50

Classic pink pinot grigio with just a hint of merlot for added depth. Soft and easy-drinking, with strawberry flavours, floral notes and a refreshing citrus zing. Summer in a bottle – and lovely with lighter dishes.


Mirabeau rosé, Côtes de Provence, South France bottle £24.95

A beautifully bright, lip-smackingly fresh blend of grenache, syrah and cinsault grapes from sunny Provence – a classic rosé region. Bursting with summery strawberry and raspberry flavour.



La Picoutine Rouge, South France 125ml glass £3.90, 250ml glass £6.25, bottle £17.95

A light, soft, fruity blend of grenache and carignan grapes from a forward-thinking, quality-focused co-operative in the Languedoc. Brimming with cherry and plum flavours.


Rio Alto Merlot, Chile 125ml glass £4.75, 250ml glass £6.75, bottle £19.50

Classic Chilean merlot – smooth, dark berry fruit with a hint of spice and round, supple body. A tasty, easy-drinking red you can sip all evening.


Bacca Nera Negroamaro-Primitivo, Italy bottle £20.50

One of our favourite reds on the list – similarly to the Valpolicella, a small amount of the grapes are allowed to dry out to concentrate the flavours, making this a rich, intense, silky wine with supercharged sweet fruit flavour. Super value.


Kaiken Reserve Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina bottle £21.95

This estate was set up by the award-winning Montes winery from Chile (we sell their delicious Montes Alpha Chardonnay). The malbec grapes for this wine come from old vines in the premium Mendoza region of Argentina, and the wine is gently aged in French oak. The result is a smooth, ripe, fragrantly fruity wine with rich chocolate and coffee notes – very sippable, especially with red meat or terrines.


Wirra Wirra ‘The Good Catch’ Shiraz Cabernet Petit Verdot, Australia bottle £22.95

This superb, well-respected wine estate was founded in the early 20th century by Robert Strangways Wigley, a cricketer for South Australia. The Good Catch is a vibrant, juicy wine full of cherry and blackberry flavours and spicy oak character. A good match with lamb and beef.


Côtes du Rhône, Les Abeilles Rouge, Jean-Luc Colombo, France bottle £23.50

A fresh, silky red blend of grenache, syrah and mourvèdre grapes from old vines, with bright red fruit character and hints of herb and sweet spice. ‘Les Abeilles’ means ‘the bees’, and a percentage of the profits of this wine go towards honeybee conservation projects. Delicious with terrine, works well with mushrooms.


Navajas Crianza Rioja, Spain bottle £25.95

The Navajas bodegas has access to excellent grapes and knows how to use them, crafting this quintessential Rioja full of smooth forest fruits, gentle spice and oaky character.

Torre del Falasco Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso, Italy bottle £28.50

A portion of the grapes for this wine is allowed to dry out to fully concentrate the flavours, creating an intense, powerful wine with dark fruit, chocolate and spicy notes. A great value alternative to the much more expensive Amarone.



Bog Brew Beer – from our very own micro-brewery and brewed by Paul’s own fair hand

Pail Ale 5.3%                     500ml bottle – £5.50

This is a mid-colour IPA combining pale, crystal and Munich malts to give a crisp mouthfeel. Columbus hops added in 2 stages provide peppery, citrus front notes with the British target hops giving a bitter long lasting finish                                  

Porter Potty 4.1%            500ml bottle – £4.50

Deep dark stout using an amount of Chocolate malt, roasted barley and flaked oats to give a rich silky mouthfeel with chocolate hints. The use of Northern Brewer hops for initial bittering and Target English hops added during fermentation give a peppery notes and a lasting finish

Bottoms Up 3.7%             500ml bottle – £4.50

This best bitter is easy an drinking mid-gold ale, in the American style using Galena hops for both bittering and aroma. Pear and grapefruit hues.

2mhaard 5.4%                   500ml bottle – £5.50

Saison ale with the classic sour notes from the Belgian yeast strain. Dry and crisp with hints of sage and pepper. Great lager alternative

Bombs Away 6.4%           500ml bottle – £5.75

A double IPA, this ale is our most complex ale, containing Light, Crystal, Munich, Wheat and Dextrin malts. Columbus bittering hops adds peppery citrus notes, whilst late and dry hopping addition of Galena hops adds fruity notes.



Redchurch Brick Lane London Lager 4.7% 330ml bottle £3.85

A typical London style lager.


Meantime Pale Ale 4.3% 330ml bottle £3.85

Meantime London Pale Ale is a heady mix of spearmint, grass and ‘hop sack’ aromas, fruity citrus flavours and a bitter finish. Pairs well with mature cheese and steak.


Meantime Chocolate Porter 6.5% 330ml bottle £4.95

The natural mocca flavours of the four different roasted malts used to brew this rich, dark beer are complimented by the addition of real chocolate during maturation. Warm, complex and smooth, it has a long, clean finish.


Chapel Down Lager – Curious Brew 4.7% 330ml bottle £3.95

Curious Brew is a truly premium lager for people who love beer. Brewed in England with precision and passion to create a uniquely satisfying, drier, cleaner, fresher lager beer.


Chapel Down IPA – Curious IPA 5.6% 330ml bottle £3.95

Powerfully hoppy India Pale Ale (IPA) is brewed using the finest pale ale malt and three complementary hops, balanced yet powerful IPA.



Brewed in Hackney Wick, London and all recommended to be served cold – a visit to their Tank Bar is well worth it!

Pils 4.6% 330ml bottle £4.50

A typical pilsner having a straw colour, with straw and grass notes.


IPA No 2 7.5% 330ml bottle £5.50

A strong pale ale, ideal as a first beer not for a session; very hoppy, full bodied ale.



Chapel Down Cider – Curiously Apple 5.2% 330ml bottle £3.95

A premium cider drawing inspiration from winemaking rather than cidermaking. Unlike almost all commercial ciders, there is no concentrate used or water. This is 100% pure Kent apple juice, gently carbonated and extremely refreshing.


Orchard Pig Reveller 4.5% 500ml bottle

A crisp, refreshing cider with a tangy note of freshly squeezed lime in the finish. It has around 30% fewer bubbles than other ciders, making it very drinkable!


Aspalls Cyder Premier Cru 7.0% 500ml bottle

Fruity, dry, racy, thirst-quenching, lip-smacking. Full dry with a sophisticated and elegant floral aroma that captures the essence of an orchard.



Local Premium Vodka from Church Farm in Ardley, Stevenage

Old Vodka is produced by Merab Salamashvili, he chose to begin producing his vodka at Church Farm in Ardley because of its natural spring water, which is essential for his vodka recipe. The recipe is over 200 years old and has been passed down to him by his Georgian ancestors. He creates the vodka in small batches to ensure perfect quality!

Plain, Caramel, Lemon or Tarragon flavour 37.5% £4.50


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