Wine List

An extensive and moderately priced list of over 100 wines, concentrating on the classic European areas of production, France in particular. Many fine wines of mature vintages for special occasions.

The Old Fire Engine House - Wine List

For some examples from our wine list please click on the images below.

Our wine list changes frequently so please contact us in advance if you are interested in a particular wine especially bin ends and be aware that prices and vintages may differ from those listed below.

There is also a wide selection of drinks available from the bar including Adnams First Rate Gin, Adnams bitter and dry hopped lager, local fruit juices and soft drinks.

Touraine Salamandre 2020 Domaine du Beaujardin

  • With enticing aromas of yellow apple, pears, and gooseberry, this is a juicy Sauvignon Blanc from Cellier du Beaujardin. The underlying minerality adds some textural complexity to the wine, with a zingy and uplifting finish. "Enticing with its gentle orchard fruit and gooseberry notes, this appealing Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc is a real treat, zingy and uplifting. "

Chablis 2019/2020 Domaine Vincent Dampt, Burgundy, France

  • A classic Chablis with an inviting colour that retains richness without any oak influence at all. Clear, fresh with wonderful balance; a long flavour with elegant, dry finish. Shows great maturity for a young wine.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc Domaine Grand Veneur 2018 D.B. (Alain Jaume)

  • White Rhônes are under-appreciated in Britain, which is a shame, as they are distinctive, and are frequently both well-made and excellent value. This is a delicious example; water-pale in colour; fine elegant floral-lemony nose; full and ripe on the palate, with peach and honey notes balanced by excellent acidity, and a long nutty finish. Really fine wine.

Merlot Domaine St Estève 2018 Vin de Pays d’Oc.

  • Typically robust and gutsy merlot from Provence. Big, purple-tinged colour, ripe and concentrated fruit on the nose and palate. Uncomplicated, but with enough acidity and soft tannin to avoid jamminess.

Chateau Patache D’Aux 2010 Cru Bourgeois Supérieure C.B.

  • One of Bordeaux’ most northern properties with vineyards planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The wine is generally medium bodied with hints of blackberry and cassis which come through after opening. This wine is absolutely ready for drinking and will be enjoyed with a variety of dishes.

Château de Fieuzal 2000 C.B Pessac

  • This old favourite produces classic silky Graves. From the wonderful 2000 vintage is fully mature; fine deep colour with tawny rim; exuberant Cabernet-dominant fruit on the nose, with cedary well-developed secondary characteristics; lovely ripe round palate, long and balanced.