Champagne Premier Cru – Jean Baillette-Prudhomme is delicately crisp, enticing and exciting! Just classic elegance. Every bit as good as the big name labels but nowhere near the price.
Grape – 33% Chardonnay, 33% Pinot Noir, 33% Pinot Meunier
Location – Trois Puits, Champagne
175ml Glass – £10.00 / Bottle – £38.00
Crémant de Bourgogne Rose – This seductive blush dry sparkler is every bit a champagne but because it is made outside the region, it can’t be called champagne. In the same price range as an Italian Prosecco but way up in class!
Grape – 50% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay, 10% Gamay
Location – Burgundy
175 ml Glass – £6.50 / Bottle – £23.00
Sauvignon Blanc – Louis Eschenauer – Smooth with a lovely finish leaves you wanting more. This wine is simply irresistible at it’s price!
Grape – 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Location – Languedoc-Roussillon
175ml £6.00 / 250ml £8.00 / Carafe 500ml £15.00 / Bottle £21.00
Chablis – Domaine Gautheron – Another small and relatively unknown domaine that produces some of the best Chablis in the region. It’s unusual to find such a classy wine at this price level!
Grape – 100% Chardonnay
Location – Chablis, Burgundy. North East of The Loire toward Champagne
Côtes de Provence – Cuvee du Golfe Vignerons de Grimaud – It’s blush, it’s full of sunshine straight from the Côte D’Azur. Ooh la la! It has such outstanding body that you can eat absolutely anything with it.
Grape – Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah
Location – Port Grimaud, just east of St Tropez
175ml £6.00 / 250ml £8.00 / Carafe 500ml £15.00 / Bottle £22.00
Pasquiers Shiraz – Coffee and spice and all things nice! An outstanding red at an outstanding price.
Grape – 90% Syrah, 10% Viogner
Location – South West Languedoc not far from Perpignan, perfect for Moules Perpignan
175ml £6.00 / 250ml £8.00 / Carafe £15.00 / Bottle £21.00
We are sure you will enjoy any wine from our elite wine list. Just pop into the Crêperie to take your wine flight!