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THE OXENHAM ARMS WINE LIST

Welcome to the Oxenham?s New Wine List;a list that not only offers diversity, quality and value
but also total compatibility with our fare. In addition to this selection we also offer a Fine and
Rare List. This list adding yet further intrigue to our portfolio of wines.
It is our policy not to list vintages as they are constantly changing.
All wines offered by the glass are available in 125ml measures on request
WHITE WINES
ROSÉ WINES
WINE GUIDE
White &Rosé:(1) Driest to (9) Sweetest
Red:(A) Softest to (E) Deepest &Fullest
It is our policy not to list vintages as they are constantly changing. Should you wish to know a
particular vintage, please do not hesitate to ask.
EUROPEAN WHITES
NON-EUROPEAN WHITES

Whites by the glass or bottle

1. Oxenham Arms Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley, Chile (2) 4.50 6.50 12.00 18.00
Tropical fruit flavours with citrus hints


2. Amori Pinot Grigio-Garganega, Italy (1) 4.75 6.75 12.50 19.00
Instantly appealing with delicious floral overtones


3. Domaine Grauzan Chardonnay, Pays d?Oc, France (2) 5.75 8.00 13.00 23.50
Reminiscent of a Mâconnaise;honeyed fruit, pleasing citrus finish

By the bottle


4. Basa Rueda, Telmo Rodriguez, Spain (3) 27.00
Aromatic, gentle, hints of ripe peach, highly praised? A Real Gem!


5. Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine des Lauriers, Languedoc, France (2) 25.50
An intriguing honeysuckle citrus hue yet soft and lingering


6. Chablis, Domaine Albert Bichot, Burgundy, France (1) 32.00
An elegant mix of fresh green apples and tight invigorating minerality


7. Les Anges, Sauvignon Blanc, Loire Valley, France (1) 24.00
Clean, floral, grassy;so similar in style to a classic Sancerre


8. Les Argelieres, Viognier, Pays d'Oc, France, 2016 (2) 25.50
Intriguing mix of peach and apricot with a zesty yet rich finish


9. Icare Chardonnay, Cotes du Thongue, France (2) 28.00
Barrel fermented, wood-aged;reminiscent of a wood influenced Burgundy


10. Walt Riesling Pfalz, Ernst Loosen, Germany (5) 27.50
A racy Riesling, sweet and sour yet fantastic acidity. Enjoy anytime


11. Knightor, Madeleine Angevine, Trethurgy, England (2) 35.00
Elegant, aromatic and scented - not too dry. A serious Cornish wine


12. Wide River Chenin Blanc, Franschhoek, South Africa (3) 19.00
Full ripe apple, pear ~ honey fruit flavours, clean, off-dry finish


13. Topuku Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand (1) 27.00
Classic New World Sauvignon with upfront gooseberry, asparagus, elderflower

Rose by the glass or bottle


14. Pinot Grigio Rosato, Amori, Italy (2) 5.00 7.00 12.75 20.50
Instantly appealing, summer fruits with uplifting and invigorating finish


15. La Vignette Rosé, Pays d?Oc, France (3) 4.75 6.75 12.50 19.50
Rose petal and light strawberry fruit, delicate on the palate


16. Côtes de Provence Rosé, Domaine Houchart, France (2) 30.00
Beautiful pear drop notes, displaying uplifting and enchanting acidity

Reds by the glass or bottle


17. Oxenham Arms Merlot, Central Valley, Chile (C) 4.50 6.50 12.00 18.00
Lush, ripe and fruit laden;beautifully soft and lingering


18. Pleno Tempranillo, Navarra, Spain (D) 4.75 6.75 12.50 19.00
Terrific Rioja look-a-like without the oak


19. Las Pampas Shiraz-Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina (D) 4.75 6.75 12.50 19.00
Instantly appealing, perfumed, bramble and voluptuous

Reds by the bottle


20. Rioja Arjona, Bodegas Navajas, Spain (D) 24.50
Old fashioned Rioja, Tempranillo fruit enhanced by soft oak


21. Montepulciano d?Abruzzo, Conte de Castel Vecchio, Italy (B) 21.50
Fresh and juicy Morello cherry &damson, checked by a Mediterranean bite


22. Château Malbat, Bordeaux, Supérieur France (C) 25.00
Totally dependable gentle Claret, 95% Merlot &5% Cabernet Sauvignon;fruity, soft &generous


23. Côtes du Rhône Villages, Vieilles Vignes, Massif d'Uchaux, France (D) 24.00
Hedgrow fruit, gentle white pepper, proper everyday Rhone.


24. Fleurie, La Cave du Château de Chenas, Beaujolais, France (B) 34.00
The very epitome of the Cru Beaujolais - heaps of vibrant fruit, lively mid-palate and eager


25. Smart Dog Syrah, Alentejo, Portugal (C) 26.50
Simply a great wine, soft and gentle dried fruit, a perfect all-rounder


26. Châteauneuf du Pape, Les Galets de la Berthaude, France (D) 50.00
Upfront and generous, plums with dramatic culinary spice, by Roger Perrin


27. Topuku Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand (C) 32.00
Plum, truffle, wine gums;not too heavy - fabulous Pinot


28. Currabridge Shiraz, South East Australia (D) 20.50
Australia in a bottle, dark and plummy with hints of pepper and spice


29. Scotto Lodi Old Vine Zinfandel, California (D) 30.00
An intriguing layered mix of sweet dried fruit, perfumed blueberry and gentle culinary spice


30. Freedom Cross Pinotage, Franschhoek, South Africa (D) 22.00
Full, round and softly styled;intense blackberry fruit and mocha coffee notes


31. Freixenet Cordon Negro Brut, Spain (1) 23.00
Dry, fresh and fruity style of Cava, ideal for every occasion 125ml glass 4.50


32. Prosecco, Special Cuvée, Italy (2) - 200ml bottle single serve 7.50
Well balanced and delicate with slightly aromatic overtones


33. Ita Prosecco, Vino Spumante Brut, Italy (2) 27.50
Height of fashion, buzzing with lemon sherbet yet gentle on the finish


34. Oxenham House Champagne ?Special Cuvee? (2) 48.00
Our exclusive House Champagne from Èpernay?Brioche, soft, persistent - Classic


35. Möet et Chandon Brut Champagne, France (2) 55.00
Distinguished by its bright fruitiness, seductive palate and elegant maturity


36. Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut NV Champagne, France (1) 70.00
Absolutely fabulous?
The perfect way to round off your meal


37. Casa Silva Semillon Gewurztraminer, Colchagua, Chile (7) 1/2 litre bottle 24.00
Full of spice and hints of ginger, kiwi and honeysuckle 50ml glass 4.25


38. Château Belingard Monbazillac, France (8) 375ml bottle 21.00
Intense honeyed fruit with peach and pear notes 50ml glass 4.25