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Hakkasan Wine Har mony: ` The Tuesday Tasting `
Hakkasan
Wine
Harmony: ‘ The Tuesday Tasting ’
Every week, Hakkasan’s wine team conducts a dedicated tasting session,
trying out new wines with at least four different dishes from the menu:
if a wine does not work with one dish – even if it is great with the others
– it does not make the list.
All our wines (with the exception of the fine vintages on pages 12 -13)
are continually tasted as the vintages change, to ensure that they
complement our cuisine.
Tobias Brauweiler MS, Head Sommelier
Christine Parkinson, Group Head of Wine
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Exploration: wine by the glass I
Classic or adventurous?
Wines and sakes are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Sparkling
NV
Louis Roederer Brut Premier
12% Champagne,
France
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier; fruity and crisp; toast, hawthorn flower, bergamot
125ml
£14.90
bottle £79
2005 Bollinger ‘Grande Année’ 12% Champagne, France
Pinot Noir and Chardonnay; delicate and complex; floral, hazelnuts, honey
125ml
2010 Hush Heath Estate ‘Balfour’ Brut Rosé 12% Kent, England
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier; dry and silky; raspberry, rosemary, wild strawberry
125ml
£17.10
bottle £92
NV
125ml
£16.90
bottle £90
100ml
£8.90
375ml
£31
100ml
£12.90
500ml
£60
/chilled 180ml
£36
/chilled
300ml
£26
/chilled
300ml £24
£22.50 bottle
£140
Perrier-Jouët Blason Brut Rosé 12% Champagne, France
Chardonnay and Pinot Noir; fruity and elegant; redcurrant, jasmine tea, orange peel Jerez: Sherry
Fino, El Maestro Sierra
15%
Jerez, Spain
100% Palomino Fino; dry and fresh; citrus, tangy, spicy
Antique Amontillado, Fernando de Castilla
15% Jerez,
Spain
100% Palomino Fino; dry and silky; orange peel, caramel, brazil nut
Sake by tokkuri & small bottle
This symbol / denotes the recommended serving temperature. If you would prefer the sake served differently, please ask.
Amabuki ‘Rosé’ Junmai
Shirakabegura ‘Mio’, Sparkling
Mellow and fruity; pear, grape, melon
Hakutsuru ‘Sayuri’, Nigori
Kariho ‘Rokushu’, Ginjo
Tamagawa ‘Kinsho’, Daiginjo
Akashi-Tai, Honjōzō 15% Hyogo, Japan
15%
Saga, Japan
Fresh and elegant; wild berries, floral, pear
5%
12.5%
Takara, Hyogo
Hyogo, Japan
Gentle and medium dry; apricot, anise, citrus
15.5% Akita,
Japan
Dry and clean; cherry, cantaloupe, almonds 16%
/chilled 175ml
£18.90
720ml
£74
/warm
175ml
£32.20
720ml
£126
/room
175ml
£11.50
720ml £44
/warm
175ml
£15.00
900ml £75
Kyoto, Japan
Aromatic and round; white peach, floral, grassy
Fragrant and dry; sea salt, caramel, pear
Kamoizumi Shusen ‘Three Dots’, Junmai
Smooth and medium dry; mushrooms, autumn leaves, herbs
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16%
Hiroshima, Japan
Exploration: wine by the glass and carafe II
Nothing more to say
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2012 Sylvaner ‘Sylvacello’, Cave de Turckheim 12.5% Alsace, France
100% Sylvaner; dry and zippy; mineral, red apple, white flowers
175ml
£7.10
500ml carafe
£20.30
2013 Morgan’s Reserve, Plumpton Estate 11% Sussex, England
100% Ortega; dry and light; melon, nectarine, blossom
175ml
£9.30
500ml carafe
£26.70
2014 Sancerre ‘Terre de St-Louis’, P. & N. Reverdy 13% Loire, France
100% Sauvignon Blanc; zesty and mineral; white peach, grapefruit, passionfruit
175ml
£14.60
500ml carafe
£41.40
2014 Chardonnay, Neil Ellis 13.5% Elgin, South Africa
100% Chardonnay; dry and elegant; vanilla, apple, herbs
175ml
£12.00
500ml carafe
£34.40
2011 Meursault ‘Les Grands Charrons’, Michel Bouzereau
100% Chardonnay; elegant and ripe; peach, vanilla, hazelnut
13%
Burgundy, France
125ml
£25.90
175ml £36.35
Rosé
2014 Rosa dei Frati, Cà dei Frati 12.5% Veneto, Italy
Groppello and Marzemino blend; dry and savoury; strawberry, stone fruit, redcurrant
175ml
£12.00
500ml carafe
£34.40
Red
2013 Pinot Noir, Stepp
13.5%
Pfalz, Germany
175ml
£10.60
500ml carafe
£30.80
2013 Cabaletta, Tenute Fiorebelli 13% Veneto, Italy
Corvina, Rondinella and Cabernet Sauvignon; soft and dry; blackcurrant, cherry, violet
175ml
£7.10
500ml carafe
£20.30
2013 Syrah / Tannat, Ampakama 13.5% San Juan, Argentina
Syrah and Tannat; elegant and complex; nutty, graphite, vanilla
175ml
£8.30
500ml carafe
£25.30
2011 Château La Chapelle aux Moines, St-Émilion Grand Cru 13.5% Bordeaux, France
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc; medium-bodied and silky; redcurrant, coffee, peony
175ml
£14.60
500ml carafe
100% Pinot Noir; supple and fruity; raspberry, rose petal, wet stone
2011 Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz ‘Bin 389’, Penfolds
14.5%
£41.40
South Australia
Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz; fragrant and full-bodied; cassis, prune, dried herbs
125ml
£28.40
175ml
£39.80
Wine is also available in 125ml
Guests with allergies and intolerances should make a member of the team aware before placing an order for food or beverages. Guests with severe allergies or intolerances should be aware that although all
due care is taken, there is a risk of allergen ingredients still being present. Prices include VAT at the current rate. A discretionary service charge of 13.5% will be added to your bill.
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Champagne and Sparkling Wine I
Fermented and aged in the bottle
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Non-vintage
Wines from different years are blended to show the ‘house style’ of the producer
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
Quartet, Roederer Estate 12% Louis Roederer Brut Premier 12%
Bollinger ‘Special Cuvée’ 12% Mailly Grand Cru Demi Sec 12%
Sanger ‘Louise Eugénie’ Brut 12%
Krug ‘Grande Cuvée’ 12% Jacquesson ‘Cuvée 738’ Brut 12%
Taittinger Nocturne Sec 12.5% Anderson Valley, California Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£49
£79
£88
£70
£149
£220
£78
£85
‘Grower’ Champagne
Family-made Champagnes from smaller vineyards: these wines show ‘terroir’ of a single village or region
NV
J. Dumangin Fils, Brut Grand Réserve 12%
Champagne, France £74
Vintage
Made only in the best years, these wines show the influence of the weather on the vines
2014
2010
2010
2005
2006
2006
2004
2000
Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry, Col Vetoraz 11.5% Henners Vintage Reserve 12% Nyetimber Classic Cuvée 12% Dom Pérignon 12.5%
Perrier-Jouët ‘Belle Epoque’ 12.5%
Cristal, Louis Roederer 12%
Bollinger ‘Grande Année’ 12%
Charles Heidsieck Brut Millésime 12%
Veneto, Italy£41
East Sussex, England
£67
West Sussex, England
£77
Champagne, France
£250
Champagne, France
£202
Champagne, France
£256
Champagne, France
£140
Champagne, France
£135
Late disgorged
Aged for many years on their lees: Champagnes that are both mature and fresh
2002 Bollinger RD 12%
1971 Dom Pérignon ‘Oenothèque’ 12.5%
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Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£259
£1750
Champagne and Sparkling Wine II
Red and white grapes make Champagne. Change the mix to change the style or colour
Blanc de Blancs
Made entirely from Chardonnay: often the most elegant sparkling wines
2010 2008
2004
NV NV Gusbourne Estate 12%
Pierre Gimonnet & Fils ‘Œnophile’ Extra Brut Jacquesson Extra Brut ‘Avize-Champ Caïn’ 12% Gosset ‘Grand Blanc de Blancs’ 12%
Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Brut 12.5%
Kent, England
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£96
£85
£299
£145
£109
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£91
£79
£498
£386
Blanc de Noirs
White wine from black (Pinot) grapes: these unusual Champagnes are full and fruity
NV
NV
1999
2002
Bertrand Gautherot ‘Fidèle’ Extra Brut 12%
Mailly Grand Cru ‘Blanc de Noirs’ 12%
Bollinger ‘Vieilles Vignes Françaises’ 12%
Jacquesson ‘Aÿ-Vauzelle Terme’ 12%
Rosé
Pinot grapes give colour and texture to these fruity, food-friendly wines
2010
NV 2009
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
2003
2006
Hush Heath Estate ‘Balfour’ Brut Rosé 12%
Besserat de Bellefon Grand Tradition Rosé 12.5% Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 12%
Jansz Premium Rosé 12% Bollinger Brut Rosé 12%
Perrier-Jouët Blason Brut Rosé 12%
Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut 12%
Krug Rosé 12.5%
Dom Pérignon Rosé 12.5%
Cristal Rosé, Louis Roederer 12%
Kent, England £92
Champagne, France
£82
Champagne, France
£108
Tasmania, Australia
£44
Champagne, France
£102
Champagne, France
£90
Champagne, France
£117
Champagne, France
£399
Champagne, France
£580
Champagne, France
£490
Solera
Young wines gradually blended into old – a system used mainly for Sherry, but ideal for Champagne
NV
NV
Jacques Selosse ‘Substance’ 12.5%
Bérèche & Fils ‘Reflet d’Antan’ 12%
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£290
£108
Catalonia, Spain
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
£55
£127
£89
Zero
Ripe grapes; no added sugar
2009 Gramona, Brut Nature Gran Reserva 12%
2006 Louis Roederer Brut Nature 12%
2008 Larmandier-Bernier ‘Terre de Vertus’ Non Dosé 12.5%
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Signature: wines of Hakkasan
Wines, estates and people ever-present on the Hakkasan list: start here
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2012
2013
2014
2013
2014
2014
2014
2013
2012
2009
2012
2014
2013
2013
Sylvaner Vieilles Vignes, André Ostertag 12.5%
Malvasia, Arribes de Vettonia 13%
Albariño ‘Marinero’, Terras Gauda 12%
Morgan’s Reserve, Plumpton Estate 11%
Sauvignon Blanc, Lochton House 13%
Santorini, Hatzidakis 13.5%
Pinot Gris ‘Robertson’, Brookfields 13.5%
Soave Classico ‘La Rocca’, Pieropan 13%
Riesling ‘Steinmassl’, Fred Loimer 13%
Château de Cruzeau 13%
Grüner Veltliner ‘Breiter Rain’ Reserve, Sepp Moser 13.5%
Pinot Grigio, Cantina Terlan 13%
Brolettino, Cà dei Frati 13.5%
Pernand-Vergelesses, Vallet Frères 13%
Alsace, France £53
Arribes, Spain £28
Rías Baixas, Spain
£39
Sussex, England
£38
Marlborough, New Zealand
£47
Santorini, Greece
£44
Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
£44
Veneto, Italy
£76
Kamptal, Austria
£110
Bordeaux, France
£57
Kremstal, Austria
£62
Alto Adige, Italy
£52
Lombardia, Italy
£66
Burgundy, France
£80
2013
2009
2014
2014
2011
2009
2012
2010
2012 2011 2012
2012
2011
Pinot Noir, Stepp 13.5%
Mencía Roble, Orellan 13.5%
Cillar Joven, Cillar de Silos 13.5%
Syrah ‘Back Block’, Brookfields 13.5%
Château La Chapelle aux Moines, St-Émilion Grand Cru 13.5%
Rioja Reserva, Castro Real 13.5%
Falcoaria, Casal Branco 14%
Bricco del Drago, Poderi Colla 13.5%
La Rosa, Quinta de la Rosa 14.5% Shiraz ‘The Dead Arm’, d’Arenberg 14.3% Nero d’Avola ‘Santa Cecilia’, Planeta 13.5%
Merlot ‘Claypot’, Laibach 14%
Chianti Classico ‘Castello di Brolio’, Ricasoli 14.5%
Pfalz, Germany
£44
Bierzo, Spain
£33
Ribera del Duero, Spain
£41
Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
£48
Bordeaux, France
£59
Rioja, Spain
£47
Tejo, Portugal
£37
Piedmont, Italy
£63
Douro, Portugal £52
McLaren Vale, Australia £98
Sicily, Italy £74
Stellenbosch, South Africa
£56
Tuscany, Italy £117
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Red
Curious Vines: distinctive wines
Unusual grape varieties. Often ancient; not Chardonnay
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2009
2012
2014
2012 2013
2013
2014
2014 2012
2012
2012 2013
NV 2014
2009
2009
Le Chasselas Selection, Domaine du Daley 12%
Villette, Switzerland
£74
Roussette de Savoie ‘El Hem’, Gilles Berlioz 12.5%
Savoie, France
£60
Torrontés ‘Andeluna 1300’, Andeluna 13.5%
Mendoza, Argentina
£33
Arneis, Seghesio 13% Russian River, California £68
Louro do Bolo, Rafael Palacios 13.5%
Valdeorras, Spain
£53
Bacchus Dry, Camel Valley 12%
Cornwall, England
£43
Malvazija, Kozlović 12.5%
Istria, Croatia
£39
Fernão Pires ‘Falcoaria’, Casal Branco 13% Tejo, Portugal £34
Sauvignon Gris ‘Estero Vineyard’, Casa Marin 13.5%
San Antonio Valley, Chile
£52
Graševina ‘Vallis Aurea’, Adžić 13.4%
Kutjevo, Croatia
£59
Klevener de Heiligenstein, Hubert Heywang 13.8% Alsace, France £55
Verdelho, Esk Valley 14.5% Hawkes Bay, New Zealand £54
La Pleiade, Sean Thackrey 14%
California, USA
£93
Gumpoldskirchner Tradition, Johanneshof Reinisch 12.5%
Thermenregion, Austria
£41
Juhfark ‘J ’, Royal Somló 12%
Somló, Hungary
£59
Petit Manseng ‘Cuvée Comte Philippe de Nazelle’, Cabidos 14.5%
Pyrénées, France
£51
White: Italy
Curiouser and curiouser. Italy has hundreds of native grape varieties, most evident in its white wines
2013
2013
2013
2014
2012 2010
Falanghina ‘Era’, Cantine Volpi 12%
Greco di Tufo, Pietracupa 12.5%
Etna Bianco ‘Ante’, I Custodi 12%
Kerner, Valle Isarco 14%
Verdicchio di Matelica ‘Mirum’, La Monacesca 14.5%
Favorita ‘Marine’, Vigne Marina Coppi 14.5%
Abruzzo, Italy
Campania, Italy
Sicily, Italy
Alto Adige, Italy
Marche, Italy
Piedmont, Italy
£29
£62
£83
£49
£72
£77
Orange
Local grape varieties plus ancient, natural and extreme winemaking techniques
2006 Ribolla ‘Anfora’, Josko Gravner
13.5%
Friuli, Italy£131
Red
2012
2012
2012 2010
2013
2009
2010
2010
Aghiorghitiko ‘Saint George’, Domaine Skouras 13.5%
Öküzgözü, Kayra 13%
La Solana, Suertes del Marqués 13.5% Pugnitello, San Felice 14%
Mavrotragano, Hatzidakis 14%
Sillogi, Moraitis 12.5%
Graticciaia Salento Rosso, Agricole Vallone 14.5%
Mourvèdre ‘Estate Vineyard’, Yangarra 14% 7
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Nemea, Greece
Elazığ, Turkey
Tenerife, Spain Tuscany, Italy
Santorini, Greece
Paros, Greece
Puglia, Italy
McLaren Vale, Australia
£38
£37
£59
£98
£83
£39
£138
£70
Spiritual wine: the biodynamic philosophy
Homeopathic treatments, a crop calendar based on sun, moon and stars and a holistic,
life-centred approach: utterly un-scientific, but startlingly effective
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2012 2013
2013 2011
2014
2008
2011
2010
Petit Chablis ‘Les Plants’, Julien Brocard 12.5%
Ariyanas Seco ‘Sobre Lias’, Bentomiz 12.5%
Sauvignon Blanc ‘Boundary Farm’, Mahi 13.5% Lirac ‘Le Blanc’, Duseigneur 13.5%
Chenin Blanc, Reyneke 13%
Vouvray Demi-Sec ‘Le Mont’, Huet 13.5%
Pinot Gris Grand Cru ‘Mœnchberg’, Marc Kreydenweiss 13%
Muscat ‘Herrenweg de Turckheim’, Zind-Humbrecht 13.5%
Burgundy, France
Sierras de Malaga, Spain
Marlborough, New Zealand Rhône, France
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Loire, France
Alsace, France
Alsace, France
£52
£60
£51
£59
£47
£78
£97
£72
Red
2009 Les Paradetes, Bodegas Escoda Sanahuja 14%
2014 Gamay ‘Expectatia’, Christian Ducroux 11.5%
2009 Pinot Noir, Le Clos Jordanne 13%
2010 Hermitage ‘La Sizeranne’, M. Chapoutier 14%
2010 Psi, Dominio de Pingus 14%
2013 Malbec, A Lisa 14%
2012 Coyam, Emiliana Organic Vineyards 14.5%
2010Shiraz ‘La Pleiade’, Chapoutier & Laughton 15%
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Conca de Barberà, Spain
£68
Beaujolais, France
£52
Ontario, Canada
£98
Rhône, France
£149
Ribera del Duero, Spain
£96
Patagonia, Argentina£75
Colchagua Valley, Chile£60
Victoria, Australia
£165
Purity: the expression of the fruit
Pure, vibrant, fruity wines proclaim the nature of the grapes
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2014
2013 2014
2012
2014
2012
2012
2012
2014
2014 2012 2014 2014 2012
2012
2013 2012
2011
2013
2014
2014
2013
Furmint, Verus 12%Štajerska, Slovenia
£39
Riesling, Two Paddocks 12% Central Otago, New Zealand £73
Albariño, Pazo Barrantes 13%
Rías Baixas, Spain
£48
Sylvaner ‘Sylvacello’, Cave de Turckheim 12.5% Alsace, France
£29
Sauvignon Blanc, Waterkloof 13.5%
Stellenbosch, South Africa
£58
Riesling Auslese ‘Wehlener Sonnenuhr’, Selbach-Oster 8%
Mosel, Germany
£90
Sauvignon Blanc, Oliver Zeter 12.5% Pfalz, Germany
£48
Riesling, Best’s Great Western 13%
Victoria, Australia
£65
Pinot Gris, Holly’s Garden 12.5%
Victoria, Australia
£42
Avesso ‘Cazas Novas’, Quinta de Guimarães 12%
Vinho Verde, Portugal
£34
Sauvignon Blanc ‘Picol’, Lis Neris 14% Friuli, Italy £76
Riesling ‘The Real McCoy’, Jordan 13%
Stellenbosch, South Africa £43
Grüner Veltliner, Yealands Estate 13.5% Marlborough, New Zealand
£48
Saint-Péray ‘Harmonie’, Alain Voge 13%
Rhône, France
£73
Chardonnay, Foxglove 13.5%
Central Coast, California
£50
Pinot Blanc ‘Orsi Vineyard’, Skylark 13.8% Mendocino County, California
£59
Chardonnay, Cakebread Cellars 14%
Napa Valley, California
£110
Chenin Blanc ‘Mount Abora’, Koggelbos 13%
Swartland, South Africa
£62
Chardonnay, Cloudy Bay 14%
Marlborough, New Zealand
£80
Viognier, Lismore 14%
Greyton, South Africa
£59
Chardonnay, Neil Ellis 13.5%
Elgin, South Africa£49
Viognier, Cline 14%
Sonoma, California
£42
Red
2014
2014
2011
2011 2011
2012
2009
2013
2014 2012
2011
2011
2012
2012 2012
2014
2011
2010
2012
Dolcetto d’Alba, G. D. Vajra 12.5%
Bourgueil ‘Merci la Vie’, L’Oubliée 12.5%
Grenache-Syrah, Filature 14%
Saint-Joseph, Bernard Gripa 13.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, Egri Korona Borház 14%
Chianti Classico Berardenga, Fèlsina 13.5%
Graciano, Mazza 13%
Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore, La Giaretta 13.5%
Pinot Noir ‘Cuvée Cinéma’, Crystallum 14% Aglianico ‘Donnaluna’, de Conciliis 14%
Barolo, Ettore Germano 14%
Petit Verdot, Finca Decero 14.1%
Cabernet Sauvignon, Arboleda 14%
Carménère, Montes Alpha 14.5% Quinta Vale D. Maria 14.5%
Shiraz ‘Puritan’, Battle of Bosworth 14.5%
Zinfandel, Edmeades 14.5%
Merlot, Mt. Brave 14.5%
Châteauneuf-du-Pape ‘Télégramme’, Vieux Télégraphe 15%
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Piedmont, Italy
£52
Loire, France
£50
Languedoc, France
£54
Rhône, France £86
Eger, Hungary
£43
Tuscany, Italy
£68
Western Australia
£58
Veneto, Italy
£69
Hemel en Aarde Ridge, South Africa £89
Campania, Italy
£52
Piedmont, Italy
£93
Mendoza, Argentina
£58
Aconcagua Valley, Chile
£44
Colchagua Valley, Chile £49
Douro, Portugal
£125
McLaren Vale, Australia
£48
Mendocino County, California
£50
Napa Valley, California
£168
Rhône, France
£97
Terroir: a sense of place
Soil and slope; climate and weather; method and tradition; place can be a flavour
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2013
2013 2012
2014 2014
2013
2011
2012 2012
2012
2011
2014
2011
2013
2013
2012
2013
2012
2011
2013
2013
2009
2013 Pinot Blanc ‘Granit de la Vallée’, Cave de Turckheim 12.5%
Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sûr Lie ‘Clos de Carizièr’, J. Landron 12% Riesling, Paumanok 11%
Riesling, Kusuda 12% Sancerre ‘Terre de St-Louis’, P. & N. Reverdy 13%
Riesling Trocken ‘Krone’, Tesch 12% Chardonnay, Dalrymple Estate 12%
Bourgogne Blanc, Bernard Moreau 12.5% Sauvignon Blanc Fumé ‘Kaitui’, Markus Schneider 13%
Sancerre ‘Monts Damnés’, Francois Cotat 13%
Riesling ‘Nonnenberg Monopol’, Georg Breuer 11.5%
Alvarinho, Reguengo de Melgaço 12.5%
Sauvignon Blanc ‘Kekerengu Coast’, Astrolabe 13%
Chardonnay, La Crema 13.5%
Pinot Bianco Riserva ‘Vorberg’, Cantina Terlan 14%
Grüner Veltliner ‘Lamm’, Schloss Gobelsburg 13.5%
Chardonnay ‘Arthur’, Domaine Drouhin 13.5%
Sauvignon Blanc ‘Aurora Point’, Stonestreet 13.5%
Meursault ‘Les Grands Charrons’, Michel Bouzereau 13% Viognier, Château de Campuget 13%
Condrieu ‘Les Terrasses du Palat’, Francois Villard 13.5%
Savennières ‘Chamboureau’, Domaine FL 14%
Chardonnay ‘Wild Ferment’, Las Vino 14%
Alsace, France
£29
Loire, France £39
Long Island, New York £90
Martinborough, New Zealand £87
Loire, France
£59
Nahe, Germany
£64
Tasmania, Australia
£72
Burgundy, France £59
Pfalz, Germany
£67
Loire, France£128
Rheingau, Germany
£147
Vinho Verde, Portugal
£55
Marlborough, New Zealand£63
Sonoma Coast, California
£57
Alto Adige, Italy
£86
Kamptal, Austria
£112
Dundee Hills, Oregon
£75
Sonoma County, California
£109
Burgundy, France
£148
Languedoc, France
£33
Rhône, France
£111
Loire, France£81
Margaret River, Australia £141
2012
2013
2013 2012 2013 2013
2011 2013
2013
2010
2009
2009
2012 2012
2012
2010
2007
2012
2011 Pinot Noir, Delta Vineyard 13.5%
Cabaletta, Tenute Fiorebelli 13%
Pinot Noir ‘Blauschiefer’, Meyer-Näkel 13.5%
Pinot Noir, Two Paddocks 13% Pinot Noir ‘Cumberland Reserve’, Bergström 13% Crozes-Hermitage ‘Caprice’, Betton 12.5%
Chorus, Château Tanunda 14.5% Syrah Réserve, Bonfils 12.5%
Syrah / Tannat, Ampakama 13.5%
Spätburgunder ‘Bienenberg’, Bernhard Huber 13.5%
Rioja Reserva, Remelluri 14%
Barolo ‘Parrafada’, Massolino 14%
Pinot Noir ‘Robinson’, Moorooduc Estate 14%
Barbera ‘Fides’, Pio Cesare 14.5%
Gigondas ‘Terrasses des Dentelles’, Domaine Font-Sane 14.5%
Brunello di Montalcino ‘Prime Donne’, Donatella Cinelli Colombini 14.5%
Solanes, Cims de Porrera 14.5%
Shiraz/Viognier ‘Hangin’ Snakes’, Langmeil 14.5%
Amarone della Valpolicella, Adalia 15% Marlborough, New Zealand
£55
Veneto, Italy
£29
Ahr, Germany £86
Central Otago, New Zealand £104
Willamette Valley, Oregon £120
Rhône, France
£59
Barossa Valley, Australia £42
Languedoc, France
£29
San Juan, Argentina£36
Baden, Germany
£129
Rioja Alavesa, Spain £77
Piedmont, Italy
£198
Mornington Peninsula, Australia £76
Piedmont, Italy
£93
Rhône, France
£73
Tuscany, Italy
£136
Priorat, Spain
£70
Barossa Valley, Australia
£53
Veneto, Italy £140
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Red
Terroir Intense: row by row
Centuries of experience have revealed distinctive wines from the tiniest plots
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White: Burgundy
every ‘lieu - dit’ or premier cru is different
2013 2013
2012 2013
2010 2011
Chablis 1er Cru ‘Montmains’, Jean-Marc Brocard 12.5% Saint-Aubin 1er Cru ‘La Chatenière’, Marc Colin 13.5%
Chablis Grand Cru ‘Vaudesir’, Billaud-Simon 13.5% Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Les Embrazées’, Thomas Morey 13.5%
Meursault 1er Cru ‘Les Porusots’, Château de Puligny-Montrachet 13%
Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Clavoillon’, Leflaive 13%
Chablis, Burgundy £83
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy
£110
Chablis, Burgundy £150
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy
£168
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy
£160
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy£192
White: Alsace
a geological patchwork, explained by 51 Grands Crus
2010
2008 2007
2013
2012
Grand Cru ‘Schoenenbourg’, Marcel Deiss 12.5%
Riesling Grand Cru ‘Kanzlerberg’, Koenig 13%
Riesling ‘Schoelhammer’, Hugel 13.5%
Gewurztraminer Grand Cru ‘Altenberg de Bergbieten’, Loew 13.5% Pinot Gris Grand Cru ‘Kessler’, Dirler-Cadé 14%
Alsace, France
Alsace, France Alsace, France
Alsace, France
Alsace, France
£224
£66
£182
£73
£82
Red: Burgundy
2012 2010
2010
2011
2010
2011
2010
2011
Marsannay ‘Les Échezeaux’, Domaine Faiveley 13% Chambolle Musigny ‘Les Veroilles’, Bruno Clair 13%
Gevrey-Chambertin ‘Les Grandes Rayes’, Laroze de Drouhin 13%
Santenay ‘Clos de Hâtes’, Hubert Lamy 13%
Chambolle Musigny 1er Cru ‘Les Baudes’, Henri de Villamont 13%
Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru ‘La Richemone’, Alain Michelot 13%
Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru, Edmond Cornu & Fils 13.5%
Vosne-Romanée ‘Champs Perdrix’, Perrot-Minot 13%
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Côte de Nuits, Burgundy £81
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
£146
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
£118
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy
£94
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
£171
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
£186
Côte de Beaune, Burgundy
£225
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy£230
Genius without a Château: the new classics
Fine wine used to mean Bordeaux, but the wine world is bigger now, and these are the new stars
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2013
2012 2013
2012
2013
2012 2012
2012
2009
2013
Riesling ‘Springvale’, Jeffrey Grosset 12.5%
Blanc Fumé de Pouilly, Dagueneau 12.5% Sauvignon Blanc ‘Fransola’, Torres 13%
Te Koko, Cloudy Bay 13.5%
Cervaro della Sala, Antinori 12.5%
Vintage Tunina, Jermann 13.5%
Chardonnay ‘Russian River Valley’, Ramey 14.5%
Chardonnay ‘Kevin John’, Cullen 13%
Le Soula Blanc, Gérard Gauby 14%
Chardonnay, Far Niente 14.5%
Clare Valley, Australia
Loire, France Catalonia, Spain
Marlborough, New Zealand
Umbria, Italy
Friuli, Italy Sonoma Valley, California
Margaret River, Australia
Roussillon, France
Napa Valley, California
£76
£186
£57
£99
£118
£129
£112
£131
£80
£155
Red
2012
2009
2012
2000
2012 2012
2012
2012 2012
Pinot Noir, Ata Rangi 13.5%
Martinborough, New Zealand
Pinot Noir, Stefano Lubiana 14%
Tasmania, Australia
Pinot Noir ‘Mt. Jefferson Cuvée’, Cristom 13.5%
Willamette Valley, Oregon
Domaine de Trévallon 12.5%
Provence, France
Pinot Noir ‘Sonoma Coast’, Kistler 14% Sonoma Valley, California Cabernet Sauvignon, Joseph Phelps 14.5%
Napa Valley, California
Cabernet Sauvignon, Corison 13.9%
Napa Valley, California
Zinfandel ‘Home Ranch’, Seghesio 15%
Alexander Valley, California
El Nido, Bodegas El Nido 15.5%
Jumilla, Spain
£119
£165
£85
£199
£239
£172
£198
£125
£254
Red: Langton’s Australians
Since 1991 the great wines of Australia have had their own classification. These are the classed growths of the New World
2008
1999
2009
2005
2004
2006 2000
Quintet, Mount Mary 12.8%
Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Cyril Henschke’, Henschke 14.5%
The Malleea, Majella 14.5%
Cabernet Sauvignon, Domaine A 13%
Grange, Penfolds 14.5%
Torbreck ‘RunRig’ 15.5% Shiraz ‘The Dead Arm’, d’Arenberg 14.5%
Yarra Valley, Australia
Eden Valley, Australia
Coonawarra, Australia
Tasmania, Australia
South Australia
Barossa Valley, Australia McLaren Vale, Australia
£236
£196
£128
£152
£888
£445
£150
Tuscany, Italy San Casciano in Valdi Pesa, Italy
Bolgheri-Sassicaia, Italy
Colli della Toscana, Tuscany
San Casciano in Valdi Pesa, Italy
Bolgheri, Tuscany
£139
£188
£559
£203
£588
£528
Red: Supertuscans
Made outside the rules or outside the traditional areas. The label never says ‘Chianti’
2010 2009
2006
2007 2004
2004
Fontalloro, Fèlsina 14%
Tignanello, Antinori 14%
Sassiccaia, Tenuta San Guido 13.5%
Flaccianello della Pieve, Fontodi 15% Solaia, Antinori 13.5% Ornellaia, Tenuta dell’Ornellaia 14.5%
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Classic: fine wines with history
Burgundy, Bordeaux and Barolo, from Grands Crus to great Châteaux
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2012
2009
2012 2011
2011
2009
2010
2010
2011
Pouilly Fumé ‘Silex’, Dagueneau 13%
Chablis Grand Cru ‘Les Preuses’, Dauvissat 13%
Meursault 1er Cru ‘Charmes’, David Moret 13.5% Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Champ Canet’, Etienne Sauzet 13.5%
Corton-Charlemagne, Bonneau du Martray 13%
Meursault 1er Cru ‘Sous le Dos d’Âne’, Leflaive 13%
Aile d’Argent, Château Mouton Rothschild 13.5%
Pavillon Blanc du Château Margaux 13.5%
Meursault 1er Cru ‘Charmes’, Domaine des Comtes Lafon 13%
Loire, France£228
Burgundy, France
£368
Burgundy, France
£205
Burgundy, France
£202
Burgundy, France
£246
Burgundy, France£258
Bordeaux, France
£188
Bordeaux, France
£400
Burgundy, France
£358
Rioja Reserva ‘Imperial’, Cune 13%
Bonnes Mares, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé 13%
Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru, Denis Mortet 13.5%
Volnay 1er Cru ‘Frémiets’, Marquis d’Angerville 13.5%
Barolo ‘Le Vigne’, Sandrone 14.5%
‘Unico’, Vega Sicilia 14%
Hermitage, Domaine Jean-Louis Chave 14%
Rioja, Spain
Burgundy, France
Burgundy, France
Burgundy, France
Piedmont, Italy Ribera Del Duero, Spain Rhône, France
Red
1982
1995
2007
1999
2006 1999 2005
£309
£640
£542
£308
£232
£570
£470
Red: Bordeaux Châteaux
1855 and all that
2001 Troplong Mondot, 1er Grand Cru Classé B 13.5%
1995 Mouton-Rothschild, 1er Cru Classé 12.5%
1990Margaux, 1er Cru Classé 12.5%
1990 Lafite-Rothschild, 1er Cru Classé 12.5%
1986 Cheval Blanc, 1er Grand Cru Classé A 12.5%
1982Haut-Brion, 1er Cru Classé 13%
1982 Latour, 1er Cru Classé 12.5%
1990 Léoville-Barton, 2ème Cru Classé 12.5%
1989 Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de la Lalande, 2ème Cru Classé 12.5%
2001 Palmer, 3ème Cru Classé 12.5% 2001 Pape Clément, Cru Classé 13% 2001 La Conseillante 13.5%
1999Trotanoy 13.5%
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St-Émilion, Libournais
Pauillac, Médoc
Margaux, Médoc
Pauillac, Médoc
St-Émilion, Libournais
Pessac-Léognan, Graves
Pauillac, Médoc
St-Julien, Médoc
Pauillac, Médoc
Margaux, Médoc Pessac-Léognan, Graves
Pomerol, Libournais
Pomerol, Libournais
£245
£995
£2025
£1950
£970
£2199
£4074
£390
£448
£474
£292
£354
£308
Age and Grace: mature wines
Maturity brings complexity; certain grapes only reveal their beauty with age
Wines are listed in order of maturity: from youngest-tasting to most mature
White: Australian rarities
Aged white wines from Australia are little known in Europe.
2009
1999
1997
1997
Riesling ‘The Contours’, Pewsey Vale 12.5%
Semillon ‘Vat 1’, Tyrrell’s 10.3%
Semillon, Brokenwood 11%
HWB ‘Museum Release’, Houghton 13%
Eden Valley, Australia
£59
Hunter Valley, Australia
£115
Hunter Valley, Australia
£108
Swan Valley, Australia £97
White: German Riesling
2007 Riesling Spätlese ‘Halenberg’, Schäfer-Fröhlich 7.5%
2008 Riesling Spätlese ‘Oberhäuser Brücke’, Dönnhoff 8.5%
1995 Riesling Auslese ‘Saarburger Rausch’, Zilliken 7.5%
Nahe, Germany
Nahe, Germany
Mosel, Germany
£73
£118
£141
Solera: Sherry
Young wine blended into old, year after year for decades. Unexpectedly perfect for Chinese cuisine
Fino, El Maestro Sierra 15%
Manzanilla Pasada ‘Cuevas Jurado’, Lustau 17% Fino La Panesa, Emilio Hidalgo 15%
Antique Amontillado, Fernando de Castilla 19%
Oloroso, Barbadillo 18%
Amoroso Medium, El Maestro Sierra 19%
Jerez, Spain
Jerez, Spain
Jerez, Spain
Jerez, Spain
Jerez, Spain
Jerez, Spain £31
500ml
£55
750ml£80
500ml
£60
750ml
£35
375ml £34
375ml
Red
2006 Tempranillo, Mazza 13.9%
2005 Rioja Gran Reserva ‘Castillo Ygay’, Marqués de Murrieta 14%
2002 Rioja Reserva ‘Viña Tondonia’, R. Lopez de Heredia 13% 2008 Pannobile, Pittnauer 13%
2009 Chianti Classico Riserva, Castello di Ama 13.5%
2007 Barbaresco ‘Santo Stefano’, Castello di Neive 14.5%
2008 Barolo, Casa E. di Mirafiore 14%
2005 Merlot ‘Taylor’s Peak’, Kendall-Jackson Estate 14.5%
1999Shiraz ‘The McRae Wood’, Jim Barry 14.5%
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Western Australia
Rioja, Spain
Rioja, Spain Burgenland, Austria
Tuscany, Italy
Piedmont, Italy
Piedmont, Italy
Sonoma County, California
Clare Valley, Australia
£67
£148
£87
£97
£95
£179
£141
£93
£120
Vieilles Vignes: old vines
Grapes from vines aged from 50 to more than 100 years old: lower yields, more flavour and complexity
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2008 Riesling ‘Jubilee’, Hugel 12%
2013 Chablis 1er Cru ‘Les Fourneaux’, Alain Gautheron 13%
2014 Chardonnay ‘Lesca’, De Wetshof 14%
2012 Riesling ‘Alte Reben’, Van Volxem 12%
2014 Saumur Blanc ‘L’Insolite’, Thierry Germain 12.5%
2013 Trenzado, Suertes del Marqués 13% 2012 Viognier / Chardonnay ‘Cuvée Bien Nacido’, Qupe 13.5%
2005Blanco Crianza ‘Viña Gravonia’, R. Lopez de Heredia 12.5%
2013 Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Les Crays’, Vielles Pierres 13.5%
2010 Chablis Grand Cru ‘Bougros’, Hervé Azo 13.5%
2008 Semillon, Boekenhoutskloof 13.5%
Alsace, France
Burgundy, France
Robertson, South Africa
Mosel, Germany
Loire, France
Tenerife, Spain Santa Maria Valley, California
Rioja, Spain
Burgundy, France
Burgundy, France
Franschoek, South Africa
£92
£57
£42
£75
£64
£58
£59
£60
£81
£116
£73
Beaujolais, France
Victoria, Australia
Rioja, Spain
Barossa Valley, Australia Central Valley, Chile
Priorat, Spain
Sonoma County, California
Barossa Valley, Australia
Puglia, Italy
Rhône, France
£61
£110
£64
£45
£54
£84
£105
£102
£73
£209
Red
2010
2010
2007
2013
2009
2009
2013
2012
2011
2011
Moulin-à-Vent, Château du Moulin-à-Vent 13%
Pinot Meunier ‘Old Vines’, Best’s Great Western 12.5%
Rioja Allende, Finca Allende 13.5%
Grenache ‘Old Bush Vine’, Yalumba 14.5% Eclat ‘Vigno’, Valdivieso 14.5%
Mas La Mola 14.5%
Zinfandel ‘Geyserville’, Ridge 14.5% Nine Popes, Charles Melton 14.5%
Primitivo di Manduria Riserva ‘Anniversario 62’, San Marzano 14.5%
Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Château de Beaucastel 14.5%
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Blends: the art of the winemaker
Grape varieties combined; more than the sum of their parts
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White: Rhône blends of the world
Marsanne, Roussanne and Viognier
2013 The Hermit Crab, d’Arenberg 13%
McLaren Vale, Australia
£42
White: Unusual blends
2011
2014
2013
2013 2012
2012
2011
2013 2004
2009
Semillon / Sauvignon, Pegasus Bay 14%
Riesling & Gewürztraminer, Binz & Bratt 12%
Chenin Blanc / Viognier, Pine Ridge 12.5% Mas de Daumas Gassac 13%
Circle of Life, Waterkloof 13.5%
Element 20 12%
Hildegard, Au Bon Climat 13.5%
Rall White 14% Vin de Pays d’Oc ‘Trelans’, Domaine Alain Chabanon 14%
Örökké, St. Andrea 14%
Waipara, New Zealand
Rheinhessen, Germany
Napa Valley, California
Languedoc, France
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Surrey, England
Santa Maria Valley, California
Coastal Region, South Africa Languedoc, France
Eger, Hungary
£59
£39
£55
£88
£52
£52
£102
£76
£89
£75
Bordeaux, France
Bordeaux, France Margaret River, Australia Bordeaux, France Stellenbosch, South Africa Bordeaux, France
Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Pfalz, Germany
Stellenbosch, South Africa Stellenbosch, South Africa
South Australia
£52
£163
£171
£150
£80
£122
£40
£83
£73
£118
£148
Red: Bordeaux blends of the world
Mainly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon
2009 Château de Barbe Blanche, Lussac-St-Émilion 14% 2006 Château d’Armailhac, 5ème Cru Classé, Pauillac 13% 2010 Diana Madeline, Cullen 13% 2007 Château La Croix-Toulifaut, Pomerol 13%
2010 DNA, Vergelegen 14% 2000 Sarget de Gruaude-Larose, St-Julien 12.5%
2011 The Navigator, Alpha Domus 14%
2011 Tohuwabohu, Markus Schneider 14.5%
2009 Rubicon, Meerlust Estate 14.5% 2012 MR de Compostella, Mvemve Raats 14.5%
2011 Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz ‘Bin 389’, Penfolds 14.5%
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Rosé: pale wine from red grapes
Strong affinity with Chinese food
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Light pink
2014
2014
2014
2015
2014
Château de Pampelonne 13%
Le Secret de Léoube, Château Léoube 13%
Rosa dei Frati, Cà dei Frati 12.5%
Mourvèdre ‘Cape Coral’, Waterkloof 12.5%
Clos Mireille, Domaines Ott 14%
Provence, France
Provence, France
Veneto, Italy
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Provence, France
£46
£69
£49
£34
£82
Ribera del Duero, Spain
Barossa Valley, Australia
£40
£56
Loire, France
Sicily, Italy
Ribera del Duero, Spain
Elazığ, Turkey
£59
£43
£36
£29
Deep pink
2014 Rosado de Silos 13.5%
2014 Rose of Virginia, Charles Melton 12%
Chilled red
2012
2013
2014
2014
Sancerre Rouge ‘Cuvée Maulin Bèle’, André Vatan 12.5%
Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Planeta 13%
Milú, Quinta Milú 13.5%
Kalecik Karası, Kayra 14%
Pink Sake
Colour comes from special rice, koji or yeast. No grapes involved
Amabuki ‘Rosé’ Junmai 15%
/chilled
Saga, Japan
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180ml
£36
Magnums etc: more is more
More wine, less oxygen: winemakers believe their wines age best in magnums. Rare jeroboams hold as much as four bottles
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Champagne
NV
NV
NV
NV
NV
2002
2002
1999
Louis Roederer Brut Premier 12% Louis Roederer Brut Premier 12%
Bollinger Special Cuvée 12% Mailly Grand Cru Brut Rosé 12% Bollinger Brut Rosé 12%
Cristal, Louis Roederer 12%
Cristal Rosé, Louis Roederer 12% Cristal, Louis Roederer 12%
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
Champagne, France
magnum£148
Gavi di Gavi ‘Montessora’, La Giustiniana 12.5%
Albariño, Pazo Barrantes 13%
Grüner Veltliner ‘Von den Terrassen’, Sepp Moser 12.5%
Sancerre ‘Les Quarterons’, Sebastian Riffault 13%
Chablis, Willian Fèvre 12.5%
Riesling, Loimer 12.5%
Riesling ‘Tradition’, Hugel 12.5%
Sauvignon Blanc, Brookfields 13%
Godello, A Coroa 13.5%
Meursault, Domaine Berthelemot 12.5%
Cervaro della Sala, Antinori 12.5%
Piedmont, Italy
Rias Baixas, Spain Kremstal, Austria
Loire, France
Burgundy, France Kamptal, Austria Alsace, France Marlborough, New Zealand
Valdeorras, Spain
Burgundy, France Umbria, Italy
magnum
Provence, France
magnum £105
Central Otago, New Zealand Rhône, France Burgundy, France Bordeaux, France Beaujolais, France Rioja, Spain Bordeaux, France Stellenbosch, South Africa
Coonawarra, Australia magnum£187
jeroboam£268
magnum£180
magnum£147
magnum
£200
magnum£888
magnum£1475
jeroboam£3888
White
2013
2013
2014
2012
2013
2013
2013 2013
2013
2012
2012
£125
magnum£103
magnum
£77
magnum£145
magnum£116
magnum£119
£146
magnum
£92
magnum
£88
magnum£244
magnum
£238
magnum
Rosé
2014 Whispering Angel, Château d’Esclans 13%
Red
2012
2011
2011
2010
2013 2009
2008 2012
2012
Pinot Noir, Mt Difficulty 14%
Crozes-Hermitage ‘Trois Chênes’, Emmanuel Darnaud 13.5%
Volnay ‘Les Grand Poisots’, Louis Boillot 13%
Château La Grave Figeac, Saint-Émilion 13%
Morgon ‘Côte du Py’, Domaine Jean Foillard 12.5% Rioja Reserva, Luis Cañas 14%
Château Durfort-Vivens, Margaux 13%
Ladybird, Laibach 14%
Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Cover Drive’, Jim Barry 14%
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magnum£158
magnum£230
magnum£198
magnum£154
magnum£115
£236
magnum£139
magnum£103
magnum Nihonshu: Japanese Sake
Summer grown rice, brewed in the cold of winter with yeast, kōji mould and water. Softer than wine, harmonious with food
This symbol / denotes the recommended serving temperature. If you prefer the sake served differently, please ask.
Sakes are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Nigori: cloudy sake, sparkling some times
Coarse-filtered to leave rice and yeast lees
Shirakabegura ‘Mio’, Sparkling 5%
/chilled
Takara, Hyogo
Hakutsuru ‘Sayuri’, Nigori 12.5%
/chilled
Hyogo, Japan
Gozenshu ‘Misty Mountain’, Junmai Usu-Nigiori 17.5% /chilled Okayama, Japan £26
£24
720ml£87
300ml
300ml
Junmai: pure rice sake
Full bodied, with rice character
Masumi ‘Okuden Kantsukuri’ Junmai 15%
/chilled
Nagano, Japan
Kamoizumi Shusen ‘Three Dots’ Junmai 16%
/room
Hiroshima, Japan
Daishichi, Junmai Kimoto 15.5%
/warm
Fukushima, Japan
720ml
900ml
720ml
£75
£75
£88
Honjōzō: fragrant sake
Made lighter and more fragrant by skillful addition of brewers’ alcohol
Akashi-Tai, Honjōzō 15%
/room
Hyogo, Japan
Chotoku ‘Heavenly Brew’, Honjōzō 18.5%
/warm
Gifu, Japan
720ml
720ml
£44
£85
Ginjo: premium sake
More of each rice grain is polished away; often fruity and aromatic
Dewazakura ‘Izumi Judan’, Ginjo 17%
/chilled
Gassan No Yuki ‘Dewa 33’, Junmai Ginjo 15.5%
/chilled
Shirataki ‘Jozen Mizunogotoshi’, Junmai Ginjo 14.5% /chilled
Miyasaka ‘Yamahai 50 Nama’, Junmai Ginjo 16%
/chilled
Tosatsuru, ‘Ginrei Senju’, Ginjo 16%
/chilled
Akita Seishu Kariho ‘Rokushu’, Ginjo 15.5% /chilled
Yamagata, Japan
720ml
£72
Yamagata, Japan
300ml
£32
Niigata, Japan 720ml £77
Nagano, Japan
720ml
£89
Kochi, Japan
500ml£74
Akita, Japan 720ml £74
Daiginjo: fine sake
At least half of each rice grain is milled away; hand-made, elegant, top of the range
Houraisen ‘Kuu’, Junmai Daiginjo 15%
/chilled
Aichi, Japan Dewatsuru ‘Hishonomai’, Daiginjo 16.5%
/chilled
Akita, Japan
Masumi ‘Nanago’, Yamahai Junmai Daiginjo 16%
/room
Nagano, Japan
Tamagawa ‘Kinsho’, Daiginjo 16%
/warm
Kyoto, Japan
Dassai 23, Junmai Daiginjo 16%
/chilled
Yamaguchi, Japan
Hakuryu ‘Special White Label’, Daiginjo 16.5%
/room
Fukui, Japan
£120
720ml £134
720ml £142
720ml £126
720ml £150
720ml £132
720 ml
Taru-zake: wooded sake
Aged in Japanese cedar casks before bottling. Savoury, often golden
Ichinokura Tokubetsu Junmai Taruzake 15%
/room
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Miyagi, Japan
500ml
£47
Meditation: sweet wine
Sweet but not simple: risky and complex to grow and make
Wines are listed in order of sweetness and flavour: from light to luscious
Sweet Sparkling
2014 Moscato d’Asti, GD Vajra 5.5%
NV Mailly Grand Cru Demi Sec 12%
Piemonte, Italy
Champagne, France
125ml
£13.50
125ml
£8.70
750ml
£42
£70
750ml
£47
750ml
Sweet Sparkling Red
2014 Brachetto d’Acqui, Contero 5.5%
Piemonte, Italy
Late harvest
2013
2015
2012
2008
2011 Tokaji Late Harvest ‘Bodvin’, Orosz Gabor 11.5%
Riesling ‘Cordon Cut’, Mount Horrocks 10.8%
Riesling Auslese ‘Ockfener Bockstein’, St. Urbans-Hof 8% Gewürztraminer Vendange Tardive, Cave de Turckheim 13%
Sauvignon Blanc Beerenauslese ‘Angerhof ’, Hans Tschida 9.5% Tokaj, Hungary
500ml
£44
Clare Valley, Australia 70ml £12.50 375ml £62
Mosel, Germany
375ml
£60
Alsace, France
500ml
£59
Neusiedlersee, Austria 70ml £11.85 375ml £59
Noble rot
2007
2008
2006
1998
1990
Château Bastor-Lamontagne 13.5%
TBA, Höpler 11.5%
Tokaji Aszú ‘5 Puttonyos’, Oremus 13%
Château Coutet 14% Château d’Yquem 1er Grand Cru Classé 13%
Sauternes, France
70ml £6.80
750ml
£68
Burgenland, Austria
375ml
£68
Tokaj, Hungary
70ml £16.50500ml
£110
Barsac, France
750ml£102
Sauternes, France
375ml £529
Dried grape
2010 Torcolato, Maculan 14%
2005 Vin Santo, Isole e Olena 13%
Veneto, Italy
70ml £12.00
Tuscany, Italy
375ml 375ml
£60
£95
Sweet red
2012 Moscato Rosa, Franz Haas 12%
2011 Recioto della Valpolicella Classico, Giovanni Allegrini 14%
Alto Adige, Italy
70ml £11.60
Veneto, Italy
£58
£79
375ml
500ml
Frozen grape
2013 Icewine Vidal Blanc, Peller Estates 11% Niagara Peninsula, Canada
375ml
£99
Akita, Japan
720ml
£94
Umeshu: Japanese plum sake
NV
Umeshu Umegokochi Dewatsuru 11.5%
20
Hakkasan, 9th November 2015
70ml £9.60
Strength and Beauty: fortified wine
Sweetness from grape juice, strength from grape spirit
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
Fortified
2008
NV
2011 2007
1998
60 yr old
VORS
Samos Grand Cru 15%
Amoroso Medium, El Maestro Sierra 19%
Maury Grenat, Jean-Marc Lafage 15%
Vin de Laurence, Mas de Daumas Gassac 15%
Lillypilly VP 18.5%
Carcavelos, Quinta da Bela Vista 18%
Pedro Ximénez ‘Noé’, Gonzalez Byass 15.5%
Samos, Greece
375ml
£25
Jerez, Spain
375ml
£34
Languedoc, France
70ml £6.50500ml£43
Languedoc, France
500ml £192
Riverina, Australia
375ml
£75
Carcavelos, Portugal
750ml £208
Jerez, Spain
70ml £12.00
375ml
£60
Fortified: Port
2010
LBV, Quinta de la Rosa 20%
10 yr old Tawny ‘Quinta da Ervamoira’, Ramos Pinto 20%
2004
Quinta de Roriz 20%
1969
Tawny ‘Single Harvest’, Graham’s 20%
1985Taylor’s
1963Warre’s
1963Taylor’s
1977Graham’s
Douro, Portugal
70ml£8.00
Douro, Portugal 70ml £8.10
Douro, Portugal
Douro, Portugal
Douro, Portugal
70ml £20.40
Douro, Portugal
Douro, Portugal
Douro, Portugal
£53
£54
750ml£98
750ml£228
750ml £197
750ml £298
750ml £408
750ml £235
500ml
500ml
Kijōshu: fortified sake
Sake replaces some of the water during brewing. Very rare
Hanahato, Kijōshu
21
16.8%
Hakkasan, 9th November 2015
Hiroshima, Japan
300ml
£47
Last Few: the end of the line
Limited availability - last chance to taste
Wines are listed in order of body and flavour: from light to rich
White
2013 Chablis ‘La Jouchère’, Laroche 12% 2011 Viognier ‘Eden Valley’, Yalumba 12.5% 2013Gewürztraminer, Viña Morandé 13%
2011 Olivar, Cesconi 13.5%
2013 Le Petit Viognier, Domaine du Monteillet 12.5%
2008 Zeleni Silvanec, Marof 12%
2010 Riesling Erstes Gewächs Trocken ‘Berg Schlossberg’, Kloster Eberbach 13%
2007 Pinot Gris Grand Cru ‘Kitterlé’, Schlumberger 13%
2013 Condrieu ‘Les Terroirs’, François Merlin 13.5%
Burgundy, France
£50
Eden Valley, Australia
£52
Casablanca Valley, Chile
£42
Trentino, Italy
£67
Rhône, France £61
Prekmurje, Slovenia
£42
Rheingau, Germany
£109
Alsace, France
£83
Rhône, France
£122
Red
2010
2010
2011
2010
2010
2009
2008 2009
Pinot Nero, Dalzocchio 13%
Trentino, Italy
er
Nuits-St-Georges 1 Cru ‘Les Hauts Pruliers’, Daniel Rion & Fils 13.5%
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
Vosne Romanée 1er Cru ‘Les Beaux-Monts’, Daniel Rion & Fils 13.5%
Côte de Nuits, Burgundy
Clarendelle Rouge, Clarence Dillon 14%
Bordeaux, France
Syrah, Gramercy Cellars 13.9%
Walla Walla Valley, Washington
Tempranillo ‘Inigo Montoya’, Gramercy Cellars 13.5%
Walla Walla Valley, Washington
Cabernet Sauvignon, John Riddoch, Wynns Estate 14% Coonawarra, Australia Amarone della Valpolicella Classico ‘I Quadretti’, La Giaretta 15.5%
Veneto, Italy
22
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£92
£164
£195
£69
£110
£117
£130
£174

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