Drinks

Wine List

A full wine list, prices subject to change.

WHITE WINES

Louis Eschenauer Sauvignon Blanc, France
Smooth and easy drinking French Sauvignon Blanc.
6.00/8.00/24.00

Terrazze della Luna Pinot Grigio, Italy
More than just your average Pinot Grigio, a great food wine.
6.25/8.50/25.00

Echeverria Unwooded Chardonnay Reserva, Chile
Refreshing, and importantly unoaked Chardonnay.
7.00/9.25/27.00

Picpoul de Pinet, La Madone, France
Fresh, crisp and dry, a classic Picpoul. Similar to Sauvignon Blanc.
7.25/9.95/29.00

Seriously Cool Chenin Blanc, South Africa
Chenin but not from the Loire, a seriously good wine and it’s organic to boot!
30.00

Sileni Cellar Selection Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
Herbaceous and aromatic, a classic Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
8.00/10.95/32.00

Franz and Friends Grüner Veltliner, Austria
Austria’s signature grape variety, which may be familiar to skiers!
33.00

Contesa Pecorino Abruzzo, Italy
A classic Italian grape, not a cheese, reborn in the modern era. Great with seafood.
35.00

Pazo Rosqueira Albariño, Spain
From the wettest part of Spain on the Atlantic Coast, Rias Baixas. Clean & elegant.
38.00

Papagiannakos Assyrtiko, Greece
This Greek white has great salinity and racing acidity due to its proximity to the coast.
40.00

Pouilly Fumé Les Ombelles, Sauvion, France
Sauvignon Blanc from its home in the Loire. Pouilly Fumé lies opposite Sancerre in the valley.
45.00

Chablis Domaine Daniel Seguinot, France
Burgundy’s most famous wine, this Chablis is a true expression of the terroir.
50.00

 

ROSE WINES

Louis Eschenauer Cinsault Rosé, France £6.00
A pale, dry Southern French rosé, the perfect pink quaffer.
6.00/8.25/24.00

San Marzano Tramari Primitivo Rosé, Italy
An elegant and refreshing rosé from the Mediterranean. Ideal as an aperitif.
34.00

Château Gigery Côtes de Provence Rosé, France
Proof that rose is for life, and not just for summer. A super serious rosé from rosé’s natural home, Provence.
38.00

RED WINES

Louis Eschenauer Merlot, France
A great quaffing red (such things do exist!). Typical Merlot with good plummy fruit.
6.00/8.25/24.00

Echeverria Carmenère Reserva, Chile
Chile’s signature grape variety, once thought to be Merlot.
7.00/9.25/27.00

Amauta Absoluto Malbec, Argentina
From the high altitude vineyards of Salta, a really juicy Malbec. Enjoy with anything beef!
7.25/9.95/29.00

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Avegiano, Italy
A soft and approachable red, a great winter warmer.
32.00

Gran Logrado Crianza Rioja, Spain
A go to Classic Rioja with juicy bramble fruits and rounded oak characters. Try with lamb or steak.
8.40/11.50/34.00

Smalltown Vineyards The Black Craft Shiraz, Australia
Pukka Aussie Shiraz. A compelling, dark and rich chocolately beast.
35.00

Côtes du Rhône Villages Château Maucoil, France
A top quality, single estate Côtes du Rhône Villages and it’s organic too! Try with anything grilled.
9.25/12.50/37.00

Pinot Noir, El Compadre (organic), Chile
A silky smooth cool climate Pinot Noir made with low intervention. Great with a variety of foods including duck.
40.00

San Marzano Talo Primitivo, Italy
A big, bold and powerful Italian red full of concentrated red fruit. Ideal with lamb and game.
42.00

Clos del Mas Priorat, Spain
From Priorat’s high altitude vineyards in Catalonia. A modern style of Priorat which is well balanced and smooth.
45.00

Château Sergant, Lalande de Pomerol, Bordeaux, France
Lalande de Pomerol lies just outside the Pomerol AOC. Matured in oak for 12 months, this Bordeaux is fruit forward and approachable, backed up by subtle oak.
55.00

Montresor Amarone della Valpolicella Satinato, Italy
An accessible and delicious modern style of Amarone. Black cherry on the palate, rich and warming, well-balanced, with supple tannins and appealing freshness on the finish.
65.00 

SPARKLING WINES

Canal Grando Prosecco Extra Dry, Italy
Fresh and fruity off dry Prosecco
7.00/28.00

San Silvestro Asti Spumante, Italy
Fragrant and delicately sweet sparkling wine
8.00/32.00

Lambrusco Rosso Secco “La Favorita”, Italy
Italy’s famous sparkling dry red, great on its own or with pasta Bolognese!
8.50/34.00

Arthur Metz “1904” Crémant d’Alsace, France
French sparkling wine by the same method as Champagne, a great alternative to Prosecco!
8.80/36.00

Simpsons Chalklands Classic Cuvée Brut, England
England is the up and coming sparkling wine producing country, now making wines to rival Champagne
48.00

Champagne Bernard Remy Brut Carte Blanche, France
A great grower’s own Champagne from a family-owned winery.
55.00

Champagne Pol Roger Brut Reserve, France
The favourite Champagne of the late Sir Winston Churchill, fine and powerful.
80.00

DESERT WINES

Les Pins de Tirecul La Gravière, France
The dessert wines from Château Tirecul really are world class. Unctuous and honeyed with smooth acidity on the finish. Best with fruit based desserts.
8.00/38.00

Quady Elysium Black Muscat, USA – 37.5cl
Dark and mysterious, a wonderful dessert wine with rich berry flavours. Enjoy with chocolatey desserts.
10.50/38.00

ALCOHOL FREE WINES

Nozeco Alcohol Free Sparkling
Like Prosecco but without the alcohol!
6.00

 

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Cocktails

Come join us for cocktails with friends and loved ones. Prices subject to change.

Candy Floss – 11.00

Pornstar Martini – 10.00

Old Fashioned  – 11.00

Negroni – 9.00

Long Island Iced Tea – 12.00

Passion Fruit Daiquiri – 10.00

Manhattan – 9.00

Margarita – 10.00

 

Aperol Spritz – 10.00

Expresso Martini – 10.00

Whiskey Sour – 11.00

Cuba Libre – 9.00

Tennessee Iced Tea – 12.00

Mango Daiquiri – 10.00

Cosmopolitan – 9.00

Strawberry Margarita – 10.00

 

SATCHMO’S SELECTION

Satchmo’s Jager Negroni – 9.0
Gin, Martini Rosso, Jagermeister, Campari

Satchmo’s Dirty Dancing- 9.0
Rugby Gin, white rum, vodka. passion fruit, orange juice

FOR COLD NIGHTS

Rum & Ginger Punch – 9.00
Rum, whiskey, cinnamon, apple juice, ginger beer

Satchmo’s Pina Colada – 10.00
Jagermeister, pineapple, coconit milk

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Everything was perfect, the service, the atmosphere.”