The wine list at Westbourne House has been put together by our team to try and satisfy most palates and tastes. We searched many different bins and suppliers, and think we’ve found some truly great wines.
La Picoutine Ugni Blanc/Colombard £19.00
Light, dry and refreshing wine from South West France.
La Maglia Rosa Pinot Grigio £5.00 £24.00
Light, fruity and refreshing from northern Italy.
Saint Etalon Sauvignon Blanc Vin de Pays d’Oc £5.00 £24.00
Gooseberry, crisp and mouth-watering, from the south of France.
Macon, Cave de Lugny, France £5.00 £24.00
Fresh and refined, un oaked Chardonnay from the south of Burgundy
A2O Albarino Sobre Lias £32.00
Punchy & zesty style, similar to a Sauvignon Blanc
Little James Basket Press Viognier – Sauvignon £32.00
Peachy, aromatic & fresh from the Southern Rhone
Sancerre Les Hospices Paul Buisse £7.00 £32.00
Mouth-watering & zesty Sauvignon from the Loire Valley
Chablis 1er Cru Cote de Lechet Domaine Jean Defaix £45.00
Complex, mineral & racy from the cool north of Burgundy
Pouilly-Fuisse La Croix Domaine Robert-Denogent £55.00
Rich, powerful & unctuous from this boutique producer.
Condrieu Les Ravines Robert Niero £65.00
Hedonistic & voluptuous Viognier from the Northern Rhone
Legato Nero d’Avola IGT £19.00
Medium bodied red from Sicily with wild fruit characters.
Castillo Clavijo Rioja Tempranillo £5.00 £24.00
Spicy, smooth and summer fruits, mid weight, enticing
Merlot de l’Hospitalet IGP d’Oc £5.00 £24.00
Velvety smooth from the Languedoc Roussillon.
Fico Grande Sangiovese di Romagna £5.00 £24.00
Chianti style from the neighbouring area of Italian gastronomy
Cotes du Rhone Villages Cairanne Domaine Boisson £36.00
Fruity but masculine wine from one of the best villages of the area
Riva Leone Barbaresco £36.00
Fragrant, elegant but structured from the neighbouring area of Barolo.
Bodegas Tomas Cusine Vilosell Costers del Segre £7.00 £36.00
A bit further south than Rioja, polished modern and really interesting.
Chateau Lamartre St-Emilion Grand Cru £45.00
Savoury Merlot/Cabernet blend from the right bank of Bordeaux
Chateauneuf du Pape La Bastide St Dominique £55.00
Powerful, meaty and dense Grenache dominated blend of the Southern Rhone.
Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Nicolis £65.00
Extremely complex with dried fruits & spice, full & juicy.
Vin de Pays des Maures Rose Domaine d’Astros £5.00 £24.00
Dry and pale Provence style, mineral, feminine and delicate
Whispering Angel, Cotes de Provence, France £34.00
Delicate, pale and ethereal from the leading estate Chateau d’Esclans
Jacques Cartier Brut NV (£9.00/£48.00)
Our fantastic house Champagne has great balance, rich flavour and is underpinned by an elegant finish. Inviting & refreshing at any time of the day & for any occasion. A very aromatic, great quality Champagne.
Perrier-Jouët Brut NV (£59.00)
The nose has some attractive fruit, and a good style follows on with the palate, which has a nice cheesy-biscuity Meunier feel to it. A good, fresh character with a soft mousse and nice structure from the acidity. This distinguished Champagne provides lightness, freshness and a rounded fruity character. We like this.
Ruinart Blanc de Blanc, Reims, Champagne, France (£70.00)
Blend of 100% Premier Cru Chardonnay from different years, this superb Blanc de Blanc has a beautifully well balanced palate which is rich & suave with a long sustained finish.
Dom Perignon 2000 (£180.00)
This stunning Champagne from the king of champagnes is from the very good 1999 vintage and is sweet and aromatic with ginger, apple, and citrus flavours. It has tongue coating fine bubbles and is ripe and delicious.
Louis Roederer Cristal 2000 (£280.00)
What can we say about this beauty? In the glass, this shows bright hay in color and, man, those bubbles are small. As for the nose, it is huge. We mean this has a huge nose that imprints itself in your nostrils. This is a baked apple pie right out of the oven and set down next to some fresh cut limes. It is quite overwhelming and in a different (bigger) style from what we have come to expect from Cristal
ACE OF SPADES – Armand De Brignac (£450.00)
Armand de Brignac is marvelously complex and full-bodied, with a bouquet that is both fresh and lively. It’s sumptuous, racy fruit character is perfectly integrated with the wine’s subtle brioche accents. Its texture is deliciously creamy and the palate has great depth and impact with a long and silky finish. A superb and singular example of a Prestige Champagne.
Ruinart Rosé (£85.00)
A blend of 45%Premier Cru Chardonnay and 55% Premier Cru Pinot Noir, the Ruinart Rosé really is an extra special wine. A very subtle fruity nose with characteristics of small red berries and a fine fresh, fruity taste with a very smooth and supple palate.
Billecart Salmon Rosé (£95.00)
One of the most famous and tasty rosé. Pale, orange-tinged pink. Vibrant, spicy aromas of orange peel, ruby-red grapefruit and floral honey. Focused and pure, with juicy orange and tangy rhubarb flavors and a lush, velvety texture. Finishes with juicy citrus flavors and a late mineral jolt
Devaux Grande Reserve (£110.00)
A truly great champagne. The finesse & elegance of Devaux will captivate all connoisseurs with it is complex aromas, it’s character & it’s liveliness. A terrific house champagne even if we say so ourselves!
Louis Roederer Brut (£150.00)
Brut Premier non-vintage is the embodiment of Louis Roederer style, combining all the fruitiness and freshness of youth with the vinosity of a fully mature wine. This is a structured and elegantly mature wine, with a lively attack and a smooth palate.