Sardinia's Wine

Wine has been made in Sardinia (Sardegna) since ancient times and it is thought that the Phoenicians first introduced wine to the island.


Vermentino dominates Sardinia's whites in terms of volume and fame, and is the main grape in Gallura.  Vermentino di Gallura is the island's only DOCG-classified wine, the grape concentrated by heat and drying winds;  varieties range from light and fresh through to golden, deeper and more complex, and there is also a frizzante lightly-sparkling version.

Monica and Cannonau are the most well-known grape varieties, used to produce wines ranging from everyday to extremely high quality.  Some are fairly heavy and full-bodied, a good combination with the traditional fairly heavy Sardinian food.  Cannonau in particular is believed to be a contributory factor to the very long average lifespan in some of the mountain villages, and research into this phenomenon continues.
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House White £17.95
Glass 175ml £5.50, Glass 250ml £6.50
Soave Classico £18.50
Good depth of fruit on the palate, nicely balanced by a zingy acidity that enhances its long length.
Pinot Grigio del Veneto £18.95
Dry and medium bodied, it has a citrusy, zesty acidity and a clean, crisp finish.
Vermentino di Sardegna £21.95
Light straw with green tinges. Intense and complex bouquet, a light structure, fruity and mellow and soft.
Chardonnay del Trentino £19.95
Colour straw-yellow clear with pale green shadings, dry light bouquet, delicate notes of apple and flowers, smooth, soft and harmonic.
Sauvignon Blanc delle Venezie £20.95
Straw yellow with greenish reflections with aromatic bouquet reminding of elderflower. The palate is dry, fresh, velvety and elegant.
La Merlina Gavi di Gavi D.O.C.G. £27.00
100% cortese grape, dry fresh and persuasive taste. Soft, delicate and persistent bouquet and aroma of almonds bloom, full of character.


Pinot Grigio Blush £18.95
Crisp, clean summer fruit flavours on the palate and a style that sits slightly on the sweeter side of off-dry.
Prosecco Brut £21.50
Sparkling with aromas of wildflowers are balanced on the palate by notes of pear and a refreshingly crisp acidity.
House Champagne France £35.00


House Red £17.95
Glass 175ml £5.50, Glass 250ml £6.50
Chianti DOCG £19.50
Ruby-red colour with a deeply fruited bouquet of cherries and fresh red fruit entwined with spicy, peppery notes.
Monica Di Sardegna DOC £19.95
Intense ruby red with an undertone typical of Monica Vinous, intense characteristic round, final aftertaste almost tending to sweetness.
Cannonau Di Sardegna DOC £21.95
Bright ruby colour with purple hues. The aromas project ripe red berry, including strawberry and raspberry jam.
Merlot Del Veneto £21.95
Its bouquet is broad and persistent, fine and elegant, with hints of ripe cherries and plums against a background of vanilla and violets.
Cabernet Sauvignon Astoria DOC £25.50
With aromas of black cherry, dried black is a striking preface to its full-bodied flavour.
Cannonau Vignaruia di Sardegna DOC £27.50
The flavour offered up by Cannonau Vignaruia displays excellent structure and the fragrance can be reminiscent of fresh flowers or berries.
Rosso Veneto £29.50
Full-bodied yet soft wine with aromas of fresh raspberry and black cherry. Slow maturation in oak barrels gives notes of sweet spices and chocolate.

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