The Bhurtpore Inn
Wine List




Cuvée Jean-Paul:  Red, Dry White and Medium-Dry White   £12.25

France.  Premium Vins de Pays selected and blended with scrupulous

regard to quality and freshness.


Marktree:  Merlot/Cabernet/Shiraz and Semillon/Chardonnay   £13.25

South East Australia.  A smooth, full red and a crisp, moreish white.

Remarkable style and structure.


Garganega Pinot Grigio   £13.25

Veneto, Italy.  Easy drinking, fresh PG. Ripe citrus fruit.


Ancora Chiaretto Rosato   £13.25

Piedmont, Italy.  Light and refreshing with ripe strawberry fruit character.






Aureus Crémant de Loire, Blanc de Blancs brut  2002   £19.75

Loire, France.  Complex aromas and fine flavours. Racy, pure fruit

with a dry finish. Méthode Traditionelle.


Lunetta Prosecco Spumante brut   £18.25

Veneto, Italy.  Softly sparkling and refined. Deliciously light and fragrant.






Champagne Gremillet brut selection   £33.60

France.  Fine mousse and fresh, floral aromas. Well-balanced with

a fine citrus finish. Great value.


Champagne Veuve Cliquot Ponsardin, Yellow Label brut   £44.50

France.  Classic, distinctive Champagne – one of the best. Complex,

subtle yeast and biscuit flavours. Creamy, lingering dry finish.


Champagne Gremillet Rosé brut   £36.50

France.  Stylish hand crafted rosé from this excellent house.







Ca’ di Ponti Nero d’Avola 2009   £13.25

Sicily.  Warm, juicy and spicy. Ripe plum and black cherry flavours.


Rioja, Vega del Rayo seleccionada 2007   £16.80

Rioja Alta, Spain.  Smooth and sophisticated. Generous fruit and good length.


Juan Gil Monastrell-Monastrell 2009   £18.15

Jumilla, Spain.  Full-bodied, warm and luscious. Added complexity

and balance from exemplary oak ageing.


Novas Carménère/Cabernet Sauvignon 2008   £18.25

Chile.  Vibrant, powerful organic red. A classic blend.


Vista Reserva TN, Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo 2005/06   £18.25

Beiras, Portugal.  Great concentration and structure. Dark and brooding.


Barbera d’Asti Superiore, Alasia 2005/07   £18.55

Piedmont, Italy.  Old vine Barbera, oak-aged for twelve months.

Dry, but with sweet fruit flavour and soft tannins.


Peacock Ridge Merlot 2007   £19.95

Stellenbosch, South Africa.  Dark, dense up front fruit balanced by fine,

seductive tannins. Long, complex finish.


Cahors, Château Pineraie 2007   £22.45

South West France.  Top-notch Malbec-based red. Tangy red berry fruit

flavours and a delicious long finish of ripe cherries.


Mr Smith Shiraz, Rogue wines 2008   £22.50

South Australia.  Impressive big-hitter. Loads of absurdly lush fruit.


Moko Black Pinot Noir 2009   £22.50

New Zealand.  Elegant, and pleasingly fresh, with lovely strawberry fruit.


Cousiño Macul Antiguas Reserva, Cabernet Sauvignon 2005   £23.95

Chile.  Complex, distinguished Cabernet from a beautiful old estate.






Viñedo No.5 Rosado, Bodega de Sarria 2009   £19.95

Navarra, Spain.  Big-flavoured, concentrated rosado in the classic style of

the region. Rich in ripe berry fruit with elegant floral notes.





Paarl Heights Chenin Blanc 2009/10   £14.25

Paarl, South Africa.  Fresh and aromatic. Easy and versatile.


Ruviano Verdicchio, Monte Schiavo 2009   £14.95

Marche, Italy.  Zesty citrus aromas. A bright and characterful wine.


Artesa Rioja Viura 2009   £15.25

Rioja Baja, Spain.  100% unoaked Viura. A modern, refreshing Rioja:

the rounded richness of fruit balanced by clean, crisp acidity.


Pinot Grigio, I Mastri Vernacoli 2008/09   £16.30

Trentino, Italy.  Stylish PG, dry yet gentle, with nutty and spicy overtones.


Picpoul de Pinet, Duc de Morny, Cave de l’Ormarine 2009   £17.30

Languedoc, France.  Floral and enticing. Exuberantly fresh, concentrated

fruit palate with an underlying dry minerality. Excellent long finish.


Vouvray demi-sec, les Côteaux Tufiers 2003/05   £17.65

Loire, France.  Honeyed mellow fruit, sweetness balanced by gentle acidity.


Tabalí Reserva Viognier 2010   £18.35

Chile.  Beautifully aromatic, pure Viognier  with mouthfilling, creamy texture.

Off-dry and unoaked, soft and rounded. Real value.


Lugana Campo Valentino, Giacomo Montresor 2009   £20.50

Veneto, Italy.  Elegant, light and dry. Lingering finish with a dash of citrus.

A subtle, restrained wine – highly recommended.


Orballo Albariño, Bodegas La Val 2008/09   £22.50

Rías Baixas, Spain.  Generous floral, citrus and mineral flavours; succulent,

silky texture backed by lively acidity. A Galician classic.


Moko Black Sauvignon Blanc 2009/10   £22.50

New Zealand.  Definitive Marlborough Sauvignon. Full, layered palate with

hints of gooseberry and tropical fruit; clean, with good weight and balance.






Monbazillac, Domaine de Grangeneuve 2005 (50c. bottle)   £17.80

South West France.  Luscious, ethereal and honeyed, with an elegant finish.

Great with cheese, or enjoy it French style as an aperitif. Not sticky sweet.





Chianti Classico Riserva, Villa La Pagliaia 2000   £28.95

Tuscany, Italy.  Archetypal Chianti. Classic Sangiovese flavours of brambly,

bitter cherry fruit backed by succulent acidity and age-mellowed tannins.


Balgownie Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2005   £34.45

Victoria, Australia.  Dark, sumptuous Cabernet from a famous, old estate.

Juicy blackcurrant/chocolate/spice. Power tempered by finesse.


St Emilion Grand Cru, Clos de la Cure 2007   £39.50

Bordeaux, France.  Complex claret of superb structure. Good fruit, solid,

tight tannins and a long, satisfying finish.


Valenciso Rioja Reserva, Compañia Bodeguera de Valenciso 2004   £41.00

Rioja Alta, Spain.  Pure Tempranillo: rich, elegant and beautifully understated.

Combines the best of tradition with fine modern winemaking practice.






Sancerre “La Clochette”, Jean-Jacques Breton 2009   £24.45

Loire, France.  Dry, crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc. Flavour-rich palate

with good gooseberry fruit and fine, well-balanced acidity.


Jurançon Sec, Domaine Bellegarde 2008   £30.25

South West France.  Racy, citrus scented dry white. Delicious acidity,

absolutely characteristic of the finest Jurançon. Delightful.


Yangarra Estate Roussanne 2009   £35.30

South Australia.  A touch of Aussie class. Vibrant, spicy and refreshing.


Zeltinger Himmelreich Riesling Spätlese, Markus Molitor 2004   £26.35

Mosel, Germany.  Exciting wine: lovely lemon and ripe pear flavours.

A vibrant mix of sweetness and acidity, ripeness and minerality.


Pernand Vergelesses Blanc, Vallet Frères 2006   £42.95

Burgundy, France.  Proper Burgundy. Rich and complex. Great vintage.







1997 Colheita, Wiese & Krohn  -  Bottle:  £38.85  Glass:  £2.10/£4.00

Portugal.  Wonderful single-vintage tawny. The perfect finish.