WHITE WINE 1 – 9 (dry wines – sweet wines)
A scale of dryness to sweetness, defined by the Wine Development Board using numbers one to nine, has been used.
RED WINE A – E (easy drinking – fuller bodied)
This guide uses a simple five point A – E scale. Wine designated with the letter A being wines that are easy, undemanding and quaffable. At the other end of the scale, wines with E grading are bigger and more concentrated with a greater sensation of depth and fullness.
WHITE WINE LIST
ROSE WINE LIST
SPARKLING WINE / CHAMPAGNE
PRICES ARE INCLUSIVE OF VAT AT THE STANDARD RATE and may vary. When one vintage ceases to be available then the next suitable one will be offered. All quality and table wines have an alcoholic content of between 7 and 15%