At Hadley Wood we are very passionate about our Wine List! A great deal of time goes into making sure we have a variety and range of different wines to suit every palette and budget. Please see our list below:
2015 Les Genets Sauvignon Blanc, IGP Côtes de Gascogne £16.00
Pale lemon with green tints, the nose is grassy withjust a hint of tropical fruits. Quite broad textured with notes of apple,guava and capsicum, it finishes fresh and bone dry.
2015 Quebradas Chardonnay, Central Valley, Chile £17.00
The winemaker, Ignacio Milic, makes a style much more elegant than most in Chile. A great unoaked round and smooth.
2015 Indesio Pinot Grigio, IGT delle Venezie, Italy £18.00
The grapes for these wines are sourced from the Veneto region around Treviso and the wines are made by legendary oenologist Stefano Chioccioli at Casa Girelli.
The result is one of the best priced Pinot Grigios we have ever tasted.
2015 Picpoul de Pinet, La Viste, Côteaux du Languedoc, France £19.50
This wine comes from a single estate Made from Picpoul, a very traditional local variety, this wine has a richness and depth allied to a delicious clean refreshing finish.
2015 Brook Ridge Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand £22.50
Owned by famed Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc pioneer Jane Hunter, the vineyard here is in an old riverbed whose stones retain warmth and give the fruit a high
degree of ripeness. The Sauvignon benefits from this microclimate and deliver great expression of flavour.
2014 Soave Gregoris, Antonio Fattori, Veneto, Italy £22.00
Antonio Fattori, Soaves are masterful, with floral characters intermingling with almond kernal and minerality. All in all, Antonio runs a very considered and careful domaine
and this is shown in the incredible quality and precision of his wines.
2015 Macon-Villages, Les Classiques, Vignerons de Mancey, France £23.00
Based near Tournus, The Vignerons de Mancy is a group of 80 growers who produce some of the best value wines in Burgundy. Medium bodied with clean long fruit filled finish.
2015 Castro Valdes Albariño, Adega Castro Brey, Rias Baixas, Spain £24.00
Founded in 1983 by Jose Castro Brey high up the Ulla valley in Rais Baixas, The Castro Valdez wine is from the high vineyards and is very ripe and expressive.
2015 Gavi di Gavi, Figini, La Chiara, Piedmont, Italy £25.00
Owned by the Bergaglio family, La Chiara consists of 20 hectares of vineyards just a couple of kilometres from the centre of Gavi. Elegant bouquet with hints of apple and floral flavours and the classic Gavi taste of bitter almonds.
2015 Chablis, Domaine de la Conciergerie, France £26.00
Located some 160 kilometres north-east of Beaune, Chablis is on the edge of where Chardonnay will ripen fully. This, combined with the limestone rich soils, give
Chablis its unique character, with strong mineral and green flavours, there is nothing better with any fish dish or simply on its own.
2015 Les Bêtes Rousses Rosé, IGP Pays d'Herault, France £16.00
Pale pink coloured, the nose shows fresh crushed summer fruits The finish is dry and crisp with a long strawberry laced finish.
2015 Les Bêtes Rousses Rouge, IGP Pays d'Herault, France £16.00
A subtle fruity blend 60% Carignan, 40% Grenache. Well rounded and balanced, with a gentle finish.
2015 Quebradas Merlot, Central Valley, Chile £17.50
Fine Chilean Merlot. Full bodied with ripe rounded tannins, it is velvety and soft. A rewarding wine that builds to a smooth Ribena like finish.
2014 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Dea Del Mare, Italy £18.00
Made by renowned winemaker Stefano Chioccioli with grapes from high altitude vineyards around Pescara and Chieti, the Dea del Mare wine is a classic expression of the robust characters typical of the Abruzzo region.
2015 Valdevina Malbec, Vinas Riojanas, La Rioja, Argentina £19.00
Viña Riojanas is the principle producer in La Rioja province, in the hot North of the country. This cooperative was founded in 1940 and makes consistent malbecs of fine quality.
2014 Devlin's Mount Shiraz, South Australia £19.00
Established 75 years ago, the Thomson Estate is one of the oldest grape growers and winemakers in the Riverland area. Andrew Thomson makes rich bold Shiraz, with masses of spicy rich fruit flavours.
2014 Costières de Nîmes, Domaine du Petit Mas, France £22.00
Costieres de Nimes sits in the far south of the Rhone valley, sun baked and frequently wind swept, it produces great value warm and spicy reds based on Syrah and Grenache.
2014 Chateau Bernot, Bordeaux AC, France £21.50
This property has belonged to the Bernard family for the past 2 generations. There are 44 hectares of vineyards planted to 60% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon and 6% Cabernet Franc. A wine of bright red fruits and very supple tannins.
2014 Domaine de Castelnau ‘Les Muriers’ Pinot Noir, IGP Pays d'Oc, France £23.00
This ancient domaine which can trace its roots back to the 13th century, is located on both the plains and rolling garrigue near Pézenas in the Picpoul de Pinet appellation. It is owned and run by Beatrice and Christophe Muret, making modern fruit filled wines.
2014 Passitivo Primitivo, Cantine Paolo Leo, IGT Puglia £23.00
Paolo started his business in 1989 aiming to produce high quality traditional southern Italian wines from his state of the art winery. The Passitivo Primitivo is full of dried fruits and has a wonderful smooth texture and fine soft tannins.
2010 Marques de Reinosa Reserva, Rioja, Spain £24.00
The Bodega was established in Autol in the Rioja Baja in the late 19th Century by Don Joaquin Garralda Oñate, the Marques de Reinosa.
This Reserva is a mellow and savoury wine, packed with red forest fruits and vanilla oak.
2013 Ironstone Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi, California, USA £25.00
The roots of Ironstone lay back in 1948 when an ambitious young farmer called John Kautz spotted the potential of the Lodi area for grapes and planted his first 5 hectares.
The old vine Zinfandel is a Lodi classic from a plot of 45 year old vines. Very rich and very ripe.
2014 Crozes-Hermitage, Domaine Etienne Pochon, Rhone Valley, France £27.50
With vineyards on the hills rather than down on the plain, yields are lower and the concentration in the wines far greater than in many Crozes.
Domaine Pochon wines see no oak and are fruit-laden and fresh, designed for early enjoyment.
N.V. Arcobello Prosecco, Ermes Mansue, Vino Spumante, DOC Treviso, Italy £21.00
Ermes Mansue is located in Treviso and was founded as recently as 2008. They have 305 hectares of vineyards planted to Glera (which is what Prosecco must now be called),
The Arcobello is a delightful aperitif, full of flavours of fresh dessert apples.
N.V. Cremant de Limoux Rosé, Château Martinolles, France £25.15
Situated in Limoux in the foothills of the Pyrenees, Chateau Martinoles vineyards are planted at between 200 and 280m altitude. Conditions are perfect for the production of sparkling
wines and there are claims that sparkling wine was invented in the area in the early 16th century.
N.V. Rodier Pere et Fils Brut Reserve, Reims, Champagne, France £32.00
Maison Burtin is a historic Champagne house that is now a part of the Lanson group. This is an exclusive blend that undergoes a minimum of 18 months ageing before release.
47% Pinot Noir, 42% Pinot Meunier and 11% Chardonnay, it has real depth and complexity.
N.V. Laurent Perrier, Tours sur Marne, Champagne, France £54.50
Freshness, elegance and balance, all of which are typical of Laurent-Perrier's wines, are found in the Brut year after year.
2012 Chateau Petit Vedrines, Sauternes, Bordeaux, France £21.00
The second wine of Chateau Doisy-Védrines, a superb blend 85% Sémillon, 15% Sauvignon. Perfect with any dessert or with blue cheese.
Smith Woodhouse Ruby Port, Oporto, Portugal £21.00
Intense colour with vibrant, fresh berry fruits and hints of pepper and spice.
Grahams Tawny Port Oporto, Portugal £21.00
Smooth, mellow fruit character, with nutty, mature fruit flavours