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We have a selection of about 120 wines, a collection mainly from smaller independent producers that you probably won’t find in any supermarket.

Paola has tasted, chosen and stands by every single one. To earn a place on our (very limited) shelves, each wine has to be a great example of its particular style.
We have wines from the old world and the new. Biodynamic, organic and minimal intervention wines plus artisan classics. Some wines that you’ll know and many you won’t and they are all ready for drinking now.

This page she you our current highlights but if you’re planning on popping in for a specific bottle, it’s always worth phoning first to check we have it in stock – 020 8993 0261 or



Our everyday drinkers under a tenner


Vinvita, Trebbiano Rubicone 2016 (Italy, £7.95)
Light and crisp – perfect for an aperitif.

Plaimont Producteurs, ‘Lesc’ Blanc 2016 (France, £8.50)
The great little house white. Light, crisp, aromatic.

Ciello Bianco, Catarratto 2016 (Italy, £8.50)  
Crisp and light – and cloudy. Hints of tropical fruit and a lemony lift. It’s unfined and unfiltered, made from organic fruit and suitable for vegans. 

Campo Flores, Blanco 2016  (Spain, £8.95)
Fruity, fun Verdejo and Sauvignon blend. Organic and suitable for vegans

Ch. Clement Termes, ‘Les Petits Clément’ Blanc Sec 2016 (France £8.95)
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc and local grape Mauzac. Crisp with orchard flavours. Great party wine.

Adega de Penalva, Dão ‘Indigena Blend’ Branco  2017 (Portugal, £9.50)
If you love a big, fruity, Sauvignon then this wine is NOT for you. Sorry. However, if you like a dry, crisp, mineral aperitif… BINGO! The perfect fridge-door white.

Gonzalo Gonzalo,’ Gran Cerdo’ Blanco 2017 (Spain, £9.75)
Easy-drinking, medium-bodied, lightly-aromatic white from Rioja (but not made to Rioja rules…) Biodynamic and suitable for vegans.

Felicette, Grenache Blanc 2016 (France, £9.95)
It’s got cats in spacesuits on the label. So frankly, who cares what’s inside the bottle? OK, we do. We don’t sell rubbish. It’s a fruity little Pays d’Oc that is the perfect BBQ glugger.

Mont Rocher, Viognier Vielles Vignes 2016 (France, £9.95) [Out of Stock]
The producer’s name might cheekily refer to great Burgundy, but there’s some seriously good juice inside this bottle of southern French Viognier. Lots of apricots and honeysuckle with a nice lemony lift.

Pago Casa Gran, ‘Falcata’ White 2017 (Spain, 2017)
Not your usual Gewurztraminer/Moscatel blend. Aromatic, yes. But dry and refreshing. Slips down with dangerous ease… Organic and suitable for vegans.


Felicette, Grenache Rosé 2017 (France £9.95) [Out of Stock]
The pussies in spacesuits come in pink, too … and it’s pale, dry – and often to be found cold in the shop fridge.

Reserve de Gassac, Rosé 2017 (France, £9.95)
Seriously punches above its weight – crisp and super pale

Pago Casa Gran, ‘Falcata’ Rosé 2017 (Spain, £9.95)
Fruity yet dry with a spicy finish – great with jamon and salmon (see what we did there?) Organic and suitable for vegans.


Vinvita, Sangiovese Rubicone 2016 (£7.95, Italy)
Light, fruity easy-drinking red that is also nice lightly chilled

Bergerie de la Bastide Rouge 2015 (France, £7.95)
An uncomplicated wine for every day drinking.

Baccaria, Nero D’Avola 2016 (Sicily, £8.95)
Pizza? Spag bol? Curry? Say hello to your juicy little wine friend….

Campo Flores, Tinto 2016  (Spain, £8.95)
A ripe and rugged Garnacha and Tempranillo blend – organic and vegan friendly

Adega de Penalva Dao Tinto Indigena Blend 2015 (Portugal, £9.50)
A juicy blend bursting with ripe black fruits & licorice. A blend of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Roriz (aka Tempranillo) & Jaen. Perfect for midweek stews and casual dinners.

Gonzales Gonzales, Gran Cerdo Tinto 2017 (Spain £9.75)
Made in Rioja, mainly from Tempranillo, this wine has bags of red fruit. Unfined, unfiltered, biodynamic, suitable for vegans.

Felicette, Grenache Rouge 2016 (France £9.95)
More pussy action – this time as a medium-bodied red that is great for a school night

Roger Sabon, Le Sabounet NV (France, £9.95)
A brilliant value Southern Rhône red – smooth, warming an spicy

Pago Casa Gran, ‘Falcata’ Red 2017 (Spain, £9.95)
Robust yet juicy and rather jolly Syrah/Monastrell blend – organic and suitable for vegans.


The wines that cause a mini riot when we run out of them


AA Badenhorst, ‘Secateurs’ Chenin Blanc 2017 (South Africa £12.95)
Soft apples and lemon peel, intense but fresh.  A portion of the wine is now fermented with its skins to give a little extra texture. 

Toques et Clochers,  Limoux Chardonnay 2014 (France £15)
Budget Mâcon… a Burgundian-style Chardonnay without quite such a hefty price tag. 

Ch. Dereszla Dry Tokaji 2015 (Hungary £14)
A luxy blend of  mainly Furmint with some Hárslevelű, this is a dry wine with a satisfyingly rounded, textured mouthfeel and uplifting finish. Great with roast or BBQ salmon.


Edoardo Miroglio Soli Pinot Noir 2015 (Bulgaria £11.95)
A shop favourite. Juicy fruit and a fresh finish, with a little bit of forest floor. The best value Pinot Noir we know.

Gran Passione Rosso 2016 (Italy £13.95)
A rich, smooth and velvety wine with heaps of ripe, dark, juicy fruit. Easy to drink on its own. A good match for hard cheeses, chilli and roasted red meat. Also available in Magnums (£28)



La Chablisienne, Chablis ‘La Pierrelée 2015 (France, £21.50)
Classic, well-executied Chablis made by one of the world’s best wine co-operatives (and the only one in Chablis). Flinty, green apples, lemon pith – made from grapes grown on both sides of the River Serein.

A. Dezat, Sancerre Blanc 2016 (France £18.95)  
Enlivening aromas of grass, nettles and lemons with a clean mineral palate, this is what Sancerre is all about. 

Grange Des Rocs, Picpoul de Pinet 2016 (France £10.95)
Bone dry, with a gently fruity welcome (think: green apples) and a touch of salty sea breeze on the finish.

Nai Albarino 2016 (Spain, £14.95) 
It was love at first sip! All the tingly mineral stuff that makes great Albarino with some lovely expressive fruit on the palate.

Vincent Stoeffler Gewurtztraminer 2016 (France, £18.95)
All the ebullience of Gewurtz without going the full boudoir (it made us want a second glass!). Organic and exotic with an uplifting thread of acidity. From Alsace.

Sebastien Treuillet, Pouilly Fumé 2016 (France, £18.95)
Elegant and fine-boned Loire Sauvignon. Or, as we like to say, Flinty McFlintface.

Vincent Stoeffler,  Riesling ‘Muhlforst’ 2015 (France, £18.95)
Dry and beautifully textured Alsace Riesling with a rich seam of lime and – dare we say it – super minerality. Like there are pebbles at the bottom of the bottle. From a single vineyard. Organic

Varner, ‘Foxglove’ Chardonnay 2014 (USA, £20)
Contemporary Cali cool-climate Chadonnay – buttery and rich, but not too heavy and unoaked.


Bertrand Ambroise, Bourgogne 2012 (France, £20)
Affordable Burgundy gets harder each year – but here’s a jolly decent one drinking very well now. A richer, savoury style of Burgundy.

Ch. de Bel, Echappee Bel Bordeaux 2015 (France, £14.00)
A soft Bordeaux made entirely from merlot. No oak was used in production and the winemaker is a maverick who doesn’t declare a vintage – but it’s 2015… and biodynamic.



Rainer Wess Wachau Gruner Veltliner 2016 (Austria, £14.50)
If you knew the 2015, this year is a little more light and crisp but still retains that awesome gentle peppery finish. total class.

Emil Bauer, ‘Bullshit’ Grauburgunder 2016 (Germany £15.50)
So much more than boring Pinot Grigio. Behind the naughty label there’s a really tasty little wine. This is fun and very VERY moreish.



Off The Beaten Path

Krásná Hora, Ryzlink Rynsky 2015 (Czech Republic, £16.00)
A dry, creamy Moravian Riesling from a biodynamic producer. Incredibly food friendly and lasts for several days once opened (if you can resist finishing it).


Johanneshof Reinisch, Rotgipfler 2016 (Austria £17.95)
A blend of two grapes specific to the Thermenregion (Zierflander and Rotgipfler). Tropical richness balanced with bracing acidity. Brilliant with Asian spiced food, roast pork. Organic.

Alamina Fetasca Regala 2016 (Romania, £10.95)
Aromatic and full of zip with floral aromas and a touch of red apple skin on the palate. 

Tornai,  ‘Grofi’ Juhfark 2011 (Hungary, £14.95)
Juhfark may sound naughty (the J is silent) but it means “sheep’s tail” and it’s a rare grape. Rich, supple, with tones of dried mango and apricot compote, with a bit of zip.

Verus Vineyards, Furmint 2016 (Slovenia, £14.95)
Chablis meets Albariño by way of Marlborough Sauvignon.  Aromatic, flavoursome, mineral and an utter joy to drink on its own. Great with salted crisps and guacamole…

Lyme Bay Shoreline 2016 (England, £14.95)
If Pouilly-Fumé came from Devon.  A blend of Bacchus, Pinot Blanc and Seyval Blanc, it is fresh, light and aromatic. Just add crab salad or Dover sole.

Skin Contact, Natural, Cloudy

Baglio Bianco, Catarratto 2016 (Italy, £14.95)
A skin-contact white that is “almost” an orange wine – a white wine made like a red. Light bronze in colour bronze in colour and perfect for those who 

Arndorfer Gruner Veltliner 2016 (Austria, £14.50)
A cloudy gruner from Kampala made in a very hands-off way. Natural yeasts, unfixed and unfiltered with hardly any sulphur added. Refreshing and delicious. Brilliant with lightly spiced food.








Johanneshof Reinisch Zweigelt 2015 (Austria, £14.50)
Unsexy name, very sexy wine. Lots of juicy flavour without the heft. Organic.

Ollieux Lo Petit Fantet d’ Hippolyte Corbières 2016 (France, £11.95)
A big, juicy Carignan-dominated blend that is low on added sulphur and high on taste.


Pittnauer Velvet NV (Austria, £13.75)
A Zweigelt Blaufrankisch blend that makes a great introduction to Austrian reds (and we LOVE Austrian reds).


Syn+ Mountain Fish Agiorgitiko Red 2014 (Greece, £12.75)
From the Nemea wine region.  Spicy, earthy with soft fruits and a hint of chicory. Brilliant (unsurprisingly) with slow roast shoulder of lamb.

Terlan Lagrien Gries Riserva 2015 (Italy £27)
“This, with a hunk of roast venison and a log fire… stick a fork in me. I’m done!” says Paola. Blueberries, black cherries, bitter chocolate. Power meets Alpine freshness. 30% is fermented in new oak barriques.

Ca’ Momi Rosso 2014 (USA, £17.50)
A bold smooth blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Zinfandel. Ripe and plummy.Some hints of vanilla. Napa with and Italian heritage.

Castillo de Eneriz Reserva 2012 (Spain, £10.95)
Cut price Rioja Reserva! Budget Bordeaux! An absolutely belter of a wine made near Pamplona. A shop best seller!


Chateau Coujan Bois Joli rouge 2015 (France, £17.95)
If you loved the 201 (and we did) this won’t disappoint. It has that enticing aroma – but it’ a little young and so still a little grippy. Drink with roast beef! Organic.

Montalbera Ruche 2015 (Italy, £16.50)/b>
Ruche is a grape that captures people’s hearts. There’s its charming floral nose, silky body and plush mouthfeel. The diversity os f Italian grapes is a joyful thing…

Blank Bottle Retirement at 65 2016 (South Africa £25)
Consult is often the bridge maid in blends but rarely the bride. But when she takes the lead role, in South Africa, she can be stunning. this aromatic gene is lively and radiant.

The Juice Asylum Il Terzo Grado 2016 (Italy, £17.95)
The winemaker started his “juice asylum” project to allow grapes to express their natural characters rather than be “corrected” in a facility. Fresh and juicy Sangiovese and Merlot. Organic.

Tenuta sette Cieli Yantra 2016 (Italy, £21.50)
Made from organic grapes grown a stone’s throw away from the revered Bolgheri DOC, this really is a super Tuscan cab/merlot blend.

Thistledown Silken Beastie Shiraz 2016 (Australia, £30.95)
A small batch, handcrafted wine with no added yeast, this is a limited edition from a single vineyard . Proper Barossa. Quite glorious…

Schubert S pinot noir 2014 (New Zealand, £21.00)
A stunning pinot from one of the best Martinborough producers. Divine!

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