Aperol

£17.49

Bright orange in colour, Aperol has a unique taste thanks to its secret recipe which has never been changed. With infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs and roots.

Fragola, Bepi Tosolini

£28.50

An interesting and fabulous liqueur made from an infusion and distillate of wild strawberries, which are harvested and infused for over four months. With its sweet and intense wild strawberry flavour, this is quite simply delicious.

Limoncello Bepi Tosolini

£24.50

This all-natural Limoncello by Bepi Tosolini is made from lemons harvested from the Amalfi coast, considered to be the best area for the lemons.

Amaretto Saliza

£27.99

A traditional Italian amaretto made with crushed almonds. Light, delicious and rounded on the palate with a fresh almond sweetness.

Melissa Bianco ‘Asylia’ 2014 Librandi

£12.79

One of the best-known wineries is Southern Italy, Librandi have a fine reputation for making top-notch wines, and we have been hugely impressed with their whites in particular. Made from the local Greco grape, Asylia is crisp, lemony and gently dry with a soft and pleasingly refreshing aftertaste. Excellent with fish and seafood but a great[…..]

Rosso di Montalcino Campogiovanni 2014

£16.99

A richly flavoured and rounded wine. The nose is full of warm ripe cherry, blackberry, cedarwood and spice notes. The palate has generous plum and red fruits, more spice and savoury characters leading to fine tannins and an elegant finish.

San Lorenzo Rosso Conero, Umani Ronchi 2013

£14.99

A wonderfull savoury and smooth red sourced from Umani Ronchi’s best Rosso Conero vineyard of the same name. This is a fruity, rich and full-flavoured wine which has also had 12 months in oak adding more depth and richness. Enjoy with robust dishes such and wild boar, venison and barbequed food.

Primitivo Salento, Boheme 2015

£7.99

Rich aromas of plum and black cherry with spicy notes of cracked black pepper. A charming, well balanced wine with a velvety texture and intense black forest and damson fruits.

Mirabello Pinot Grigio 2015

£7.99

A fresh, dry Pinot Grigio with gentle floral and citrus aromas. Crisp and delicate on the palate with lightly honeyed fruit balanced by lemony acidity and a fresh, dry finish.

Gavi ‘Conchetta’ 2015

£9.99

A gently aromatic, dry white with green apple, lime and lightly herbal characters, typical of the local Cortese grape. Ripe citrus fruit flavours combine with savoury notes to give a crisp, fresh white – ideal with seafood.

Crocera Barbera d’Asti Superiore 2014

£8.99

Deeply coloured with a nose of intense ripe damson and black cherry, woodsmoke and brown spices. Ripe and generous on the palate, robust and full-flavoured with intense plum and cherry fruit, balanced by fresh acidity and a savoury tang. Perfect with duck in plum sauce… or rich beef stews, cassoulet or even belly of pork.

Capitel Croce IGT, Anselmi 2013

£21.50

Outstanding. The wine exhibits a straw colour and subtle vanillin and spice aromas are noticeable in the aromatics, a creamy texture, admirable finesse and complexity and a surprisingly fat concentration and length.

Brunello di Montalcino Campogiovanni, 2011

£32.99

Deep ruby red. Offers up aromas of well-ripened wild berry fruit, plum, aromatic cedar, tobacco leaf and tanned leather. An expansive, generous palate displays rich fruit and mouthfeel with fine-grained tannins – developing into a long, persistent and fruit-filled finish with notes of graphite.

Barolo DOCG, Fontanafredda 2011

£28.99

Classic dark ”tar” and perfumed ”roses” on the nose, light in colour but with great power, concentration and well balanced ripe tannins. This is a wine to match with rich foods and game dishes.

San Vincenzo IGT, 2015 Anselmi

£14.99

Roberto Anselmi is one Italy’s best white winemakers, and one the great pioneers behind the resurgence of Soave, once one of Italy’s most popular white wines. Unfortunately, due to the restrictive laws within the region, Roberto no longer uses the ‘Soave’ DOC on his labels, but his wines remain superlative. San Vincenzo is a fresh, satin-soft white[…..]