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Organic Biodynamic Vegan No or low alcohol

Brockencote Cellar

Food is our passion, wine is our pleasure

We are regularly asked what our favourite wine is, our answer would be that there are so many great

wines made in the world that it depends upon the occasion, menu choice and individual palate.

With this in mind, we are proud to have created an exciting wine list with representation from around

the world, selecting a range of wines that offer a variety of grape types to suit many dishes. These

fantastic wines come equally from individual family producers to large winemaking companies, all of

which have an important place on our list

If you would like to talk about any particular wine or need some help making your selection please feel

free to ask. However, we are great believers in "Drink what you like, when you like."

Should a wine or vintage become unavailable we will be pleased to offer a suitable alternative. Where

possible All prices shown include VAT at the current rate. All wines on the list contain between 8% and

18% Alcohol by volume.

Wines of the Season


In the south-east of the Australian continent, the state of Victoria offers numerous different

climates, alternating between dry periods and rainy seasons. Other singularities too: kangaroos

move around in groups of 200 in the vines, cockatoos are attracted by the red grapes, frequent

fires, etc. Something had to be done: rigorous water management, netting to protect the vines.

The white:

Michel Chapoutier - Viognier & Marsanne, Australia 2017

Tournon Mathilda Blanc is a white wine blend of Viognier (75%) and Marsanne (25%) grapes.

This wine is pale gold in colour with a fresh, crisp and fruity nose. Supple and fresh on the

palate with a crisp long finish reminiscent of stone fruits and wonderful minerality. This wine

offers complexity, depth and weight yet leaves the palate refreshed and ready for another sip.

175ml: £7.15 250ml: £10.05 Bottle: £29.00

The Red:

Michel Chapoutier - Shiraz, Australia 2017

The Tournon Mathilda Shiraz by M. Chapoutier is named for Michel's daughter Mathilde, as

well as a reference to the Australia bush ballad "Waltzing Matilda", often thought of as

Australia's unofficial anthem. This Shiraz shows a brilliant, dark ruby appearance with intense

aromas of ripe black fruits and peppers. The palate is fresh and juicy with silky and elegant

tannins. 175ml: £7.15 250ml: £10.05 Bottle: £29.00

A discretionary service charge of 10% will be automatically added to your bill


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