Le Dolci Colline Prosecco Spumante Brut, Italy - 34 Fresh and gently fruity fizz from northeast Italy (Veneto) with citrus and green apple aromas. Delicate and lively on the palate with ripe, lightly grapey fruit, zesty acidity and a clean, refreshing finish. (Vegan)
Pet-Nat Ramoro Spumante, Abruzzo, Italy - 42 The Pinot Grigio Method Ancestral is a salmon pink in colour with strawberry and nectarine notes on the nose. The palate is lightly sparkling with notes of red berries, ripe peach, pear and a toasty character on the finish. (Vegan)
Champagne Charles Chevalier Brut d'Honneur - 50 A fine champagne made in the classic tradition of the champagne houses of Aÿ, principally Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with some Pinot Meunier and matured in cool chalk cellars before release. (Vegan)
Henners Brut NV, East Sussex, England - 70 Sourdough aromas combine with crunchy green apple fruit to provide a wonderfully welcoming nose. The palate is fine with a lively and persistent mousse. Green apple and pear fruit characters mix with a toasted brioche leesy flavour helping to provide a complex and moreish palate. Balanced acidity and a long finish make this a very classy sparkling wine. (Vegan)
Henners Brut Rosé NV, East Sussex, England - 80 This sparkling rosé delivers classic English red berry fruit flavours including raspberries, redcurrants and rhubarb. A minimum of 18 month ageing on the lees brings a delicate creaminess to the wine. (Vegan)
Henners Vintage 2014, East Sussex, England - 90 Deliciously biscuity, creamy, honey aromas with beautifully poised acidity and a hint of salinity. The Chardonnay delivers excellent structure and vibrancy, whilst the Pinot Noir brings body and depth. This vintage spends 4 years on less before release. (Vegan)
Dom Perignon - 200 Exceptional depth, rich texture and great ageing potential characterises this iconic Champagne from Moët et Chandon, named after the Benedictine monk who pioneered Champagne.