Sparkling Wines & Champagnes

1. DO Cava, Petit Albet i Noya, Brut. Organic  (Spain)
The first winemaker in Spain to go organic back in 1978 resulting in vines that are robust resulting in great flavours.  This typical and classy cava has generous fruit characters and a fine mousse. A real crowd pleaser.
Bottle £27.00

2 . IGT Prosecco Frizzante – Az. Agr. Cantine Giol. Organic  (Italy)
Brand-new prosecco with refreshing citrus fruits all wrapped up in a gentle spritz.
Bottle £24.00 glass £5.75

3. Jean Paul de Ville Reserve Brut Champagne N.V. (France)
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier.  Dry, medium bodied Champagne, not too yeasty or bready.  A well balanced fizz, with notes of citrus, mature apple and toastiness.  A serious but delicious crowd pleaser
Bottle £53.00 

4. Marie Courtin Resonance, Champagne NV(France)
100% Pinot Noir Champagne from the Cote des Bars.  A fresh, lively, delicate Champagne with a natural balance of taught, racy acidity and underlying richness and texture.  This Champagne cuts and yet softens with creamy notes of mushroom and ripe stone fruits.
Bottle £65.00.

5. Domaine de Veilloux Cremant de Loire Rosé NV. Biodynamic. (France)
A dry, creamy, elegant pink fizz with subtle notes of red fruits.  A Champagne method of production results in layers of complexity and a lingering finish.  A delicious aperitif or even a subtle food wine.
Bottle £50.00

6. Champagne Lallier (1/2 Bottle) Grand Cru Brut NV.  (France)
Mainly Pinot Noir from the Grand Cru Vineyards.  Brut means a touch of sugar in the dosage making the wine soft and round, biscuity, medium bodied and delicious.
1/2 Bottle £27.00

White Wines

7. Les Lesc Blanc VDP. - 2016  (France)
A delicious example of fresh crisp white wine from South West France. Lesc is light and citrussy with grapefuit and herbaceous notes, and a lovely texture.  An ideal aperitif or goes well with lighter dishes.
Bottle £19.00, 175ml glass £5.00

10. Novas, Chardonnay. - Organic 2016  (Chile)
Dry, medium bodied. Part fermented in barrels it has a creamy texture with notes of apricot, quince, pineapple and toasted hazelnuts.  An ideal choice for richer fish and poultry dishes.
Bottle £26.50, 175ml glass £6.75

11 . VDP, Le Noissette, Domaine Pajot. Organic - 2016  (France)
Yellow slightly straw-coloured.  Typical of this grape variety it presents citrus nuances of quince jam, gingerbread and pear.  The taste is a balance between acidity and moderate sweetness. A great aperitif,  or for those that don’t like dry white wine.               
Bottle £20.00, 175ml glass £5.25

12. Casa Azul, Sauvignon Blanc - 2016  (Chile)
Dry, medium bodied.  An aromatic Sauvignon Blanc with notes of tropical fruits.  A crisp fresh palate makes it a lovely aperitif or accompaniment to lighter lunch dishes.
Bottle £22.00, 175ml glass £5.90

13. Ancora Pinot Grigio - 2016  (Italy)      
Dry, light bodied and neutral.  A very easy to drink fresh white wine that is well balanced and crisp.  Versatile white as an aperitif, or a wine to have with lighter lunchtime dishes or salads
Bottle £20.00, 175ml glass £5.00

14. Chateau de la Mirande Picpoul de Pinet - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium bodied, versatile white wine.  Quite resinous, ample on the pallate with savoury flavours of iodine, yellow plum and pepper.  In the Camargue (where it originates) they drink this wine with all manner of local fish and Crustacea.
Bottle £25.00

17.  Good Hope Chenin Blanc - 2016  (South Africa)
Dry, full bodied, quite rich Chenin from 35 year old bush wines in Helderburg.  With notes of honey sweet apple, quince and a hint of spice this wine is outstanding value for money.  A serious quality wine ideal for those richer food dishes.
Bottle £24.00

19. Davenport Horsmonden English White, Sussex  Organic -  (British)
"Will Davenport's small organic estate makes some of England's finest still wine.  Dry, crisp, light bodied, scented with green fruit, elderflower and herb.  A superb and elegant dry white, fantastic with asparagus and crunchy vegetable dishes.
Bottle £35.00

20. Domaine Mittnacht Dry Reisling Les Fossiles.  Biodynamic - 2016  (France)
Dry, steely, mineral white wine from the Germanic Alsace region of France. Notes of greengage, mineral salts, green fruits and earthy scents. A superbly aromatic, savoury and steely white ideal compliment for spicy Asian flavours. 
Bottle £32.00

21. Judith Beck Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc). Biodynamic - 2015/16  (Austria)
Off dry white, aromatic and light bodied.  Notes of tropical fruit and pear drop.  A little residual sugar results in a soft, easy palate with a satisfying zippy acidity.  A great wine for spicy foods or just on its own.  (A delightful fresh wine for those who prefer not too dry).
Bottle £35.00

22. Moko Black, Sauvignon Blanc  - 2016  (New Zealand)
Dry, medium bodied, aromatic white.  Classic notes of gooseberry, citrus and white fruits.  A modern classic.
Bottle £30.00

24. Colette Gros Chablis - 2015  (France)
Dry, medium bodied 100% Chardonnay.  Notes of minerals salts, pear drop and green apples with a lingering finish with real acidity.  Great with creamy dishes or goats cheese.
Bottle £40.00

25. Castello di Cigognola Barbera Bianca - 2014/16  (Italy) 
Dry, medium bodied 100% Barbera.  Using a red grape to produce a white wine.  The Barbera grape has naturally high acid and lots of flavanoids in the juice making it ideal for white wines.  Full of fresh stoned fruits, very well balanced , un-oaked and delightful.  This wine will compliment anything. Bottle £34.00

26. Domaine Thibert Macon-Fuisse - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium bodied white 100% Chardonnay.  Tickled with oak, seamless and subtle.  The wine is very fresh, round, soft and subtle.  Not a 'sledge hammer' chardonnay and as such makes a lovely white on its own but will match well to white meat, risottos and cheeses.
Bottle £34.00

27. Henri Bourgeois Sancerre Vigne Blanche - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium, crisp, elegant 100% Sauvignon Blanc.  Classic herbaceous flavours with lemon, apples, cut grass and peapod.  Sancerre is an excellent and ideal wine for fish dishes but also has style and body to match white meats too.
Bottle £39.00

28. Reserve de Gassac Blanc, Languedoc - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium bodied white from this eponymous estate in the Languedoc.  A wine of great style and class the palate is fruity, dry yet soft and round.  A very easy wine to drink.
Bottle £26.00

29. Domaine Dureuil-Janthial Bourgogne Blanc - 2014  (France)
Dry, full bodied white 100% Chardonnay, oak fermented and aged.  A wine in the classic style, with oak interwoven into the palate to create layers of creamy texture.  Rich in flavours of apricot, vanilla and honey.  Ideal with poultry, game, rich sauces and string cheese.
Bottle £45.00

Pink Wines

30. Ponte Pietra, Pinot Grigio, Rosato del Veneto. - 2016  (Italy)
Dry, light bodied, lightly fruity @Ramato' wine.  Subtle notes of red fruits with citrus and peach and a wonderful fresh finish.  A great aperitif
Bottle £26.00, 175ml glass £6.00

32. Malbec/Cabernet – Jean Bousquet. Organic - 2015  (Argentina)
A new and slightly different rose.  It has an elegant salmon colour with aromas of red fruits, with hints of plums and fresh cherries.  The Malbec fruit gives it a light and pleasant sweetness and the Cabernet the structure.  Goes well with seafood, fish, Asian foods and desserts.
Bottle £25.00

33. Chateau Fontainbleau du Var, Ma Cuvee Biodynamic - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium bodied, expressive Rose with more texture and length than the standard crispy pink.  Soft stone fruits, mature berries and herbs on the nose and palate.  A gorgeous wine for olive oil based Mediterranean food or fish soup.
Bottle £30.00

White Wines - Half Bottles

34. Domaine de Verger Muscadet - 2015  (France)
Dry, light bodied 100% Melon de Bourgogne.  A classic flavour for lunchtimes or light meals, only 12% abv, pity and textured.  A lovely dry white for summer salads, oysters and the like
½ Bottle £18.00

35. Domaine Mittnacht Dry Riesling Les Fossiles Biodynamic- 2014  (France)
Dry, steely, mineral white wine from the Germanic Alsace region of France.  Notes of greengage, mineral salts, green fruits and earthy scents.  A superbly aromatic, savoury and steely white ideal compliment for spicy Asian flavours.
½ Bottle £23.00

36. Henri Bourgeois Sancerre Vigne Blanche - 2016  (France)
Dry, medium, crisp, elegant 100% Sauvignon Blanc.  Classic herbaceous flavours with lemon, apples, cut grass and peapod.  Sancerre is an excellent and ideal wine for fish dishes but also has style and body to match white meats too.
1/2 Bottle £25.00

37. Terres Gauda Albarino Abadia de San Campio - 2016  (Italy)
Off dry, medium, crisp, aromatic white.  Fast becoming Spain's signature white grape, Alabrino from the coastal region of Rias Baixas is a charming fruit cocktail wine and matches beautifully with shellfish, especially Crab.
½ Bottle £29.00

Red Wines

41. False Bay Pinotage. - 2014  (South Africa)
Dry, fruity, medium bodied, a bright nose of summer pudding and cram.  The palate has a savoury earthiness redolent of its sandy provenance. Versatile red for meat dishes  
Bottle £21.00, 175ml glass £5.75

42. Emiliana Adobe Merlot  Organic - 2016  (Chile)
Full bodied, bright ruby-red. Aromas of red fruits, berries and black pepper.  The palate is warm with hints of slightly sweet fruit and subtle oak.  Soft and easy to drink.  This wine will go with anything. 
Bottle £22.00, 175ml glass £6.00

43. Emiliana Novas Cabernet, Carmenere Organic - 2015  (Chile)
Mocha-tinged cherry and blackcurrant fruits are the hallmarks of this popular Chilean red.    The taste is rich, round and creamy.  Goes well with all dark meats.
Bottle £25.00, 175ml glass £6.00

44. Rioja Artesa. Organic - 2016  (Spain)
All full bodied, rich coloured red full of mocha and dark fruit aromas with a full palate of savoury earthiness.  A good wine to compliment all dark meats.
Bottle £23.00, 175ml glass £5.75

45. Pasquires Shiraz (Syrah) Organic - 2015  (France)
Dry, fruity, full bodied from the Languedoc.  Plenty of dark fruits, plump juicy body and grip from balanced tannins.  An exceptional value wine with easy drinkability that can be drunk on its own or with roast meats.
Bottle £26.00

46. Altos Los Hormigos Malbec  Organic - 2015  (Argentina)
Full bodied red wine made with wild yeasts in Mendoza.  6 months in maturation make for a smooth, supple red, with dark fruits, hints of sweet spice, vanilla and toast.  Excellent crowd pleasing wine for all manner of meat and hearty foods.
Bottle £33.00

47. Terre de Mistal Cotes Du Rhone. Organic - 2016  (France) Natural Wine
Medium bodied, Grenache, Syrah, from Lirac in the Southern Rhone.  A natural wine made with wild yeast.  Low in sulphur and unfiltered giving way for a fresh, wild red fruit and earth scented red wine.  Great for lamb dishes or with strong cheeses.
Bottle £30.00

48. San Patrignano Aulente Rosso Sangiovese. Organic - 2015  (Italy)
San Patrignano are the world’s largest self-funded community which re-habilitates recovering drug users. Their wines are some of Romagna’s finest.  Medium bodied juicy Sangiovese.  Nuances of cranberry, sour cherry and sweet tannins make a lovely red wine suitable for all roast meats.
Bottle £32.50

49. Quinta do Infantado Duoro Tinto. - 2013  (Portugal)
Full bodied, rich, generous red wine.  Made by a royal descendant, the wine is dry, a little rustic and hugely drinkable with some bloody steaks.
Bottle £34.00

50. Good Hope, Pinot Noir. - 2016  (South Africa)
More depth and texture, presence and poise than most South African Pinots. Dark with tastes of red fruit and subtle earthiness. Fragrant, bright and refreshing. Pairs well with cheeses, game, duck or pate.
Bottle £35.00

51. Castello di Cigognola Barbera Dodicidodici. - 2013  (Italy)
Full bodied and rich with notes of soft dark fruits, spices, cassis and vanilla. A wine for those who love big reds and red meat. Made by the billionaire Moratti family in Lombardy.
Bottle £35.00

53. Terre Nobili Cariglio. Organic - 2016  (Italy)
Full bodied with nuances of sweet dark fruits. 14.5% abv, made from the rare Magliocco grape in Calabria. An impressive glass of crimson, dark red wine ideal pairing for game or roast duck.
Bottle £36.00

54. Bourgogne Rouge Janthial, Burgundy. Organic - 2014  (France)
Barrel aged Pinot Noir aged in 33% new oak for 18 months. fine soft fruit, round supple texture and good fresh acidity. A seriously good "burgundy" that's so delicious. 
Bottle £45.00

56. Chateau Beauséjour, St-Émilion, Bordeaux. Organic - 2014  (France)
Predominantly Merlot, this has the ripeness that makes St-Émilion much more approachable than its left bank cousins.
Bottle £35.00

57. Chianti Classico DOCG, Casale, Tuscany. Biodynamic - 2010  (Italy)
Chianti Classico Casale has beautifully natural ruby colour that leads to enticing aromas of leather, wild raspberry, hints of spice and a lovely wild freshness. This is seriously elegant Chianti, made the way it should be with natural yeast and yields low enough to allow the Sangiovese (a vigorous vine) to express all of its complexity and brilliance.  The pure taste of Tuscany and ideal for game, steaks, and plenty of tomatoes, olives and all things Tuscan.
Bottle £40.00 

58. Ink, Judith Beck, Burgenland. Biodynamic - 2015  (Austria)
Pure elegance, showing both youth and vitality. Marco Fay is a superb winemaker.
Bottle £32.00

59.  ‘Gea’ Sant’Antimo Rosso  Paradiso di Frassina. Biodynamic - 2012  (Italy)
Superb wine from a unique producer in Montalcino. Cignozzi has pioneered playing music to his vines which has resulted in a totally bio-dynamic environment. The Gea is finer than many a Brunello with rich sumptuous red cherry & sweet spice on nose & palate. A very special wine!
Bottle £40.00

60. Carmenere Clos Ouvert. Biodynamic - 2011  (France)
Camenere has a moka note behind the rich dark fruit and this is the best one in Chile, smooth and beautifully supple.
Bottle £40.00

61. Barolo Classico, Burlotto - 2011  (Italy)
For us a Barolo is a must on every list and like this it must be a good one. The wine of Kings, the King of wine!
Bottle £51.00

62. Amarone, Moropio - 2011  (Italy)
At 16.5% Vol. only tackle this wine if you can sleep in tomorrow! Stunning Amarone, over £100 in London's top restaurants, a bargain here at The Traddock.
Bottle £75.00

Red Wines - Half Bottles

69. Cotes Du Rhone, Terre de Mistral. Organic - 2014  (France)
A hazy, deep purple hue gives way to elegant blackberry and raspberry flavours, spicy black pepper and garrigue herbs such as rosemary and thyme. Ideal with game and venison.
½ Bottle £15.00

70. Izadi Rioja Riserva. - 2012  (Spain)
Modern style, great concentration and vanilla scents.
½ Bottle £19.00

71. Beaujolais Villages, Colonge  - 2014  (France)
100% Gamay, delightful crispy red fruits and fresh acidity combine with light body and supple finish, easy drinking red, ideal for lunchtimes or lighter dishes.
½ Bottle £20.00

72. Chateau La Tour de By - 2011  (France)
This is an excellent quality classic claret. 
½ Bottle £24.00

Dessert Wines

75. Monbazillac Le Jour de Fruit -  2012  (France)
Sauternes alternative and much better value!
375ml Bottle £20.00, 100ml glass £5.95

76. Plum Saki  (Japan)
Gorgeous dessert wine alternative, or forget the dessert and just have a bottle of this!
500ml Bottle £31.00, 100ml glass £6.50

77. Jurancon Moelleux, Domaine de Souch. Biodynamic - 2014  (France)
This is our favourite dessert wine, Madame de Souch is 85 and still running her world class vineyard. An amazing wine.
100ml glass £6.95