Sparkling Wine List


“Come quickly, I’m tasting the stars…” – Dom Perignon’s apocryphal proclamation upon discovering what we now know as Champagne today.


We tend to agree with his celestial assessment of the world’s finest fizz and have stunning selection available by the glass and bottle.


The below (sample) list changes weekly to reflect our ever-changing collection and ensure that there’s always something new and exciting to taste.



Price per 125ml glass and bottle serving respectively

Albet I Noya, Efecte Reserva, Brut, Spain

Hailing from Catalonia but not strictly a Cava, it is bursting with citrus and green apple. The palate is long and fresh with elegant bubbles showcasing the 18 months aging.
6 | 31

Rathfinny Wine Estate, Classic Cuvée Brut, Sussex, England
Rathfinny’s Classic Cuvée displays vivid aromas of grapefruit, red apple and brioche on the nose. The palate has a zesty acidity tempered by the wine’s creamy texture and rich, biscuity notes, leading to a refreshing and moreish finish.
9 | 47

Gardet Brut Tradition Champagne, France
Our new champagne is elegant, fresh and expertly balanced with a fine acidity and creamy texture. Full of juicy green apple and subtle spice flavours.
11 | 57

Charles Heidsieck, Brut Reserve, France
An opulent Champagne with the perfect balance of freshness and generosity of fruit with fleshy apricot, enticing plum pastry notes and delicate spice.
14 | 76

Champagne Bollinger, Special Cuvée, Brut, France
he nose is aromatic and complex with ripe fruit and spicy aromas. Roasted apples, apple compote and peaches burst on the palate. Brioche and notes of fresh walnut linger on the lasting finish. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity. Iconic.
15 | 78


Price per 125ml glass and bottle serving respectively

Albet I Noya, Efecte Rosé, Brut, Spain
Stone fruit and red apple aromas set up a punchy, fresh and citric palate. This bright sparkler from Penedès in Catalonia (don’t call it Cava) tastes of pink grapefruit and peach, while the finish is fresh and forward.
6 | 31

Gardet Brut Rosé Champagne, Brut, France
This really shows the true skill and flair of Champagne Gardet, offering not only ripe strawberry and crushed summer fruit, but layering it with a steely acidity and richness that seems to grow with every sip.
13 | 69

Champagne Bollinger, Rosé, Brut, France
On the nose, hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry along with a spicy touch. The palate has good structure, length, depth and vivacity, with a tannic finish due to the addition of red wine. A velvety mousse and lingering flavours of wild berries.
17 | 87


Price per bottle

Charles Heidsieck, Brut Millésimé 2012

Golden in appearance. Initially, the nose shows subtle toasted and smoked notes with a touch of liquorice and earthy tones. When swirled in the glass, fruity notes of apricot, blackthorn, quince, blueberry and fresh almonds add an extra dimension to the wine. The palate is mineral and taut with excellent freshness, with notes of quince, vanilla and vineyard peaches on the mid-palate, followed by a crisp finish.

Bollinger Grande Anneé 2012
Apricots, hazelnuts and honey give this Champagne a rich, complex demeanour. This palate is exceptionally smooth and refined. This vintage, 2012, will go down as one if the true great vintages of Champagne.

Dom Perignon 2010, Brut
Generous and expressive on the nose with initial classic Dom Perignon notes of lifted citrus fruit and flinty minerality broadening to a creamy textured richness with brioche, ripe stone fruit and heady  hints of white flowers. Suave, supple and glossy on the palate with light pineapple, peach, praline, cooked apple and stone fruit flavours.

Krug, Grande Cuvée, Brut

Aromas of buttered brioche, honey, hazelnut paste and crème pâtissière. On the palate it doesn’t hold back with ripe apple, nougat and fleshy fruit. Then great vitality as the lemon-tinged acidity comes powering through to give a tight, tingling finish. Absolutely epic.

Louis Roederer, Cristal 2012, Brut
The blend for Cristal has hardly changed since it was first produced for Tsar Alexander II yet the 2012 is unique for being the first vintage done with 100% organically farmed fruit. Rich, vinous and beautifully textured, it is nothing short of magnificent. Lush yet elegant in the glass with subtle yet exotic fruit. The 2012 is a flawless beauty.

Bollinger RD, 2007
An incredible Champagne from an incredible year. This vintage of RD has a wonderful nose of ripe orchard fruits, white blossom, baked pastry, honey and candied walnuts. The palate is just as generous with orange oil, candied lemons and brioche all backed up by a crisp, clean minerality. This is an iconic champagne, one to be savoured.

Dom Perignon 2006, Rosé Brut
One of the finest champagnes ever made, it is as rare as it is beautiful. The nose has a riotous intensity with juicy forest fruits and ripe summer berries. The palate provides a beguiling contrast with a harmonious collection of gentle citrus fruits and floral notes that slowly become more powerful as the wine opens up.