Long Interval Wine
Where possible we encourage you to pre-order your drinks for both pre-performance and long interval dining. Wine can be pre-ordered by the bottle only, individual glasses can be purchased on the day from The Portico Bar.
1. Consentido, Macabeo, Yecla, Spain, 2020 - £30.00
Peach-fruited and well-textured white from the Viura grape
2. Danebury, Madeleine Angevin, England, 2018 - £30.00
A delightful easy drinking Hampshire dry still white wine, with a delicious aroma, orchard fruit flavours hint of elderflower and a refreshing citrus finish
3. Cape Atlantic, Sauvignon Blanc, Western Cape, South Africa, 2020 - £32.00
Crisp and nettley Sauvignon Blanc from cool Cape vineyards.
4. Aba de Trasumia, Albarino, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2020 - £40.00
From maritime-influenced Galicia, an apricot and citrus flavoured white with floral and saline hints
5. Corte Mainente, Soave Classico, Pigno, Italy, 2020 - £42.00
Intense, pear-accented Garganega from one of the best sites within Soave
6. Pierre Cherrier et fils, Sancerre, 2019 - £48.00
Classic Loire Sauvignon, refined, with a subtle citrus heart.
7. Domaine d’Elise, Chablis, 2019 - £52.00
Limpid, lightly creamy, unoaked Chardonnay.
8. Joseph Faiveley, Meursault Les Charmes, France, 2018 - £150.00
Opulent and well-textured white Burgundy.
9. Quatre Tours, Classique Rosé, Coteaux Aix en Provence, France, 2020 - £35.00
Classic pale and understated Provence Rosé: delicate flavours of berries and stone fruit.
10. Domaine de la Ribotte, Anais, Bandol Rosé, France, 2020 - £45.00
The sunny terraces of Bandol deliver a full flavoured and intense rosé from the Mourvèdre grape.
11. Valle Frio, Pinot Noir, Maule, Chile, 2020 - £30.00
True, fragrant Pinot Noir, supple and ripe.
12. Gravieres de la Brandille, Bordeaux Superieur, France, 2018 - £32.00
Merlot-based claret, unoaked but plush and smooth.
13. Fiorano, Sangiovese, Marche, Italy, 2019 - £42.00
Bright and juicy organically farmed Sangiovese from the Marche.
14. La Chapelle des Bois, Fleurie, France, 2019 - £45.00
Gamay from one of the ten Cru Villages, exuberant but with some spine too.
15. Yann Chave, Crozes-Hermitage, France, 2018 - £55.00
Black-fruited, pure northern Rhône Syrah from a top Crozes grower.
16. Château du Glana, Saint-Julien, France, 2016 - £80.00
From a superb left-bank vintage; already deliciously approachable and complete Bordeaux.
17. Faiveley, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er, Les Cazetiers, France, 2016 - £150.00
A historic Burgundy estate and a famed vineyard: intense and perfumed Pinot Noir.
18. Pigeade, Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, France, 2018 - £35.00 (half-bottle)
Exotic flavours of oranges, honey and lychees with freshness and perfume.
19. The Grange CLASSIC - £60.00
A lovely pale gold colour with a fine, persistent mousse. Fresh lemon and orange zest on the nose with hints of apple, white fruits and brioche. On the palate some creamy redcurrant and distant pear underscored by a full, generous mouthfeel, subtly toasted with rounded autolytic flavours and a fresh note of green apple. Pleasingly long on the finish.
20. The Grange PINK - £60.00
A bright, pure silver-blush with a fine, constant mousse. Redcurrant, ice-cream and biscuit on the nose, with a clean, almost saline, mineral note. The plentiful Meunier in the blend provides vibrant pink and red fruits on the complex palate, very fresh, with a creamy, brioche undertone. A delightfully, precise and balanced mid-palate leads to a biscuity, savoury and satisfying finish.