Our choice of Champagne is entirely based on two distinct and necessary ideas. Firstly, the wine itself should complement and enhance your dining experience whether it is as an aperitif or as accompaniment to your meal. Secondly, we wanted small growers who produce handmade artisan Champagne with all the dedication that we show in our dishes.
~ Champagne ~
~ Claude Renoux Blanc de Noirs Brut, France ~
Well rounded, brioche notes on the nose, leading to rich toastiness on the palate with a subtle green apple edge on the long finish.
~ Champagne de Castelnau Brut Reserve, France ~
Rich golden in colour with fine silvery glints. Deep aromas of fresh fruits and hint of nuts.
~ Sparkling Wine ~
~ Prosecco, IGT Veneto, Italy ~
The bouquet is candidly intense with hints of freshly baked bread with a final scent of honey and hazelnut.
~ Louis Perdrier Brut Rose, France ~
The bouquet shows red berry fruit and citrus. The palate is brisk, fresh crisp, redcurrant and pomegranate.