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standard-title Wine Menu Our wines will continue to be representative of the regions from which they are from,
maintaining tradition in the grape varieties used, and reflective of the people who make them.

Wine Menu

Our wines will continue to be representative of the regions from which they are from,
maintaining tradition in the grape varieties used, and reflective of the people who make them.

Cucina Restaurant Wine Selection

We pride ourselves on excellence, our wine list is no different, we’ve travelled to Sicily to follow the whole process from grape to glass, we’ve bought it home to give you the authentic Italian experience.


  • Laurent-Perrier
  • Brut
  • Moët & Chandon
  • Zonin
  • Zinzula

Italian wine is produced in every region of Italy, home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Italy is the world’s largest producer of wine, with an area of 702,000 hectares (1,730,000 acres) under vineyard cultivation, and contributing a 2013–2017 annual average of 48.3 million hl of wine. In 2018 Italy accounted for 19 percent of global production, ahead of France (17 percent) and Spain (15 percent). Italian wine is both exported around the world and popular domestically among Italians, who consume an average of 42 litres per capita, ranking fifth in world wine consumption.

This is is a really good value Ripasso. Rich with dark fruits and some raisin notes. Touch of wood and smoke and enough of an acidic backbone to stay balanced and pairable with a nice cremini risotto, or braised lamb on polenta.
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Med ruby with rims tending to garnet On the nose fresh raspberry and black cherry mixed with animal notes as game and leather, combined with sweet licorice amd dark chocolate On palate is Med body Med plus sour acidity Medium ripe tannins soften with ageing High well balanced alcohol (15%) Med intensity Med finish The wine has complexity balance and typicity of an old wine aged in wood, lack of concentration and finish, the structure is still OK No potential to age!on its peak The wine is very good 79/102
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Surya is a blend of Nero d’Avola and Merlot from the Sicilian estate of northern Italy’s Zonin family. The wine shows ripe fruit qualities of blueberry and raspberry, with a touch of bitter almond so characteristic of many Sicilian red wines.
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The grapes are harvested in the third week of September. Fermentation lasts eight days, and the must is kept between 82° and 86°F. The wine matures for twelve months – half is place in 92-gallon tonneaux and the other half in 1,320-gallon oak barrels. The win undergoes a final aging process in the bottle.
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The Castello di Albola Chianti Classico 2016 is a red wine made by Castello d’Albola from the region of Chianti Classico vinified with sangiovese from 2016 and has an alcoholic content of 13%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this red wine with 4 out of 5 points.

VINI SPUMANTI & CHAMPAGNE

Prosecco DOC Cuvée 1821 Brut NV, Zonin – Veneto, Italy

Prosecco DOC Cuvée 1821 Brut NV, Zonin
Flute £6.25 | Bottle £24.95

Rosamaro Brut NV, Masseria Altemura 26.95 – Puglia, Italy

This Sparkling Rosé wine has a medium colour and fine bubbles, it is red fruit driven with overtones of Rennet apple.
Bottle £26.95

Moët & Chandon Brut NV 49.95 – Champagne, France

Medium dry, with a fruity and elegant palate. Biscuit and citrusy flavours with a zippy freshness.
Bottle £49.95

Veuve Clicquot Brut NV – Champagne, France

This wine is complex with a nut and jasmine aroma, wonderful freshness with pure elegances.
Bottle £58.95

Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé NV – Champagne, France

Soft, elegant and full flavoured, the mousse and bubbles are fine with a long finish.
Bottle £84.95

Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé NV – Champagne, France

Soft, elegant and full flavoured, the mousse and bubbles are fine with a long finish.
Bottle £84.95

Veuve Clicquot Brut NV – Champagne, France

This wine is complex with a nut and jasmine aroma, wonderful freshness with pure elegances.
Bottle £58.95

Moët & Chandon Brut NV 49.95 – Champagne, France

Medium dry, with a fruity and elegant palate. Biscuit and citrusy flavours with a zippy freshness.
Bottle £49.95

Rosamaro Brut NV, Masseria Altemura 26.95 – Puglia, Italy

This Sparkling Rosé wine has a medium colour and fine bubbles, it is red fruit driven with overtones of Rennet apple.
Bottle £26.95

Prosecco DOC Cuvée 1821 Brut NV, Zonin – Veneto, Italy

Prosecco DOC Cuvée 1821 Brut NV, Zonin
Flute £6.25 | Bottle £24.95
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VINI ROSATI - Rosé Wine

Pinot Grigio Blush Classico, Zonin 5.25 6.75 19.95 – Veneto, Italy

Delicately dry wine, with fruity and floral notes followed by a fresh fruity finish.
Glass 175ml £5.25 | Glass 250ml £6.75 | Bottle 750ml £19.95

Zinzula Rosé, Masseria Altemura – Puglia, Italy

Intensely fresh, crisp, mineral with rose hip notes and black cherry aromas.
£28.95
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VINI BIANCHI - White Wines

Anfora Bianca, Le Anfore – Veneto, Italy

Pleasantly dry flavour, crisp acidity and a dry finish.
Glass 175ml £4.75 | Glass 250ml £6.25 | Bottle 750ml £15.95

Chardonnay, Zonin Ventiterre – Veneto, Italy

Pale yellow in colour. Fresh, elegant and well balanced.
Glass 175ml £5.00 | Glass 250ml £6.50 | Bottle 750ml £18.95

Pinot Grigio DOC, Borgo SanLeo – Veneto, Italy

Light and dry yet extremely fresh. Green fruits driven and round on the palate.
Glass 175ml £5.00 | Glass 250ml £6.50 | Bottle 750ml £18.95

Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Dos Almas – Colchagua, Chile

Complex and elegant, citrus and tropical fruit aromas.
Glass 175ml £5.50 | Glass 250ml £7.75 | Bottle 750ml £22.95

Verdicchio Classico DOC, Casal Farneto – Marche, Italy

Very pleasant wine, balanced, full bodied and harmonious.
24.95

Corvo Bianco, Duca di Salaparuta – Sicily, Italy

Pleasantly dry, fresh, and stone fruits flavours.
£24.95

Vermentino ‘Calasole’ DOC, Rocca di Montemassi – Tuscany, Italy

Dry with flavours of grapefruit and citrus, with a crushed rocky minerality and saltiness. Light bodied and well balanced.
£24.95

Grillo DOC, Principi di Butera – Sicily, Italy

Displays citrus, pineapples aromas and overtones of menthol. This wine is complex, full in body with floral and herbal flavours.
£28.95

Lugana DOC, Zonin Jewels – Lombardy, Italy

Delicate floral bouquet yet is rich with plenty of lively fresh fruit and depth of flavour. Fresh, well balanced with a long finish.
£29.95

Gavi di Gavi DOCG, Cossetti – Piemonte, Italy

Straw yellow colour with greenish highlights. Fresh, persistent aroma with hints of floral and fresh fruit. Pleasantly dry, crisp and harmonious.
£30.95

Greccio Bianco Colli di Conegliano DOCG – Veneto, Italy

Notes of tropical fruit, apricot, peach and pineapple. Crisp and harmonious with a well balanced acidity. Elegant with a long finish.
£34.95
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VINI ROSSI - Red Wines

Anfora Rossa, Le Anfore – Veneto, Italy

Dry flavour, well-balanced fruit and almond in the finish.
Glass 175ml £5.00 | Glass 250ml £6.50 | Bottle 750ml £18.95

Merlot, Zonin Ventiterre – Veneto, Italy

Ruby red in colour, pleasantly full bodied and intense.
Glass 175ml £5.00 | Glass 250ml £6.50 | Bottle 750ml £18.95

Primitivo del Salento, Villa Cerrina – Puglia, Italy

Dry, roundness and a complex fruitiness on the palate.
Glass 175ml £5.25 | Glass 250ml £6.75 | Bottle 750ml £19.95

Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Dos Almas – Colchagua, Chile

Red fruit notes such as raspberries and strawberries, with hints of black pepper, tobacco, vanilla and chocolate.
Glass 175ml £5.50 | Glass 250ml £7.75 | Bottle 750ml £22.95

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC, Zonin Classici – Abruzzo, Italy

Deep red colour, thickness, ripe cherry and peppery notes.
£19.95

Chianti Classico DOCG, Sant’Ilario – Tuscany, Italy

This wine displays violet, cherry and leather flavours. Well balanced and full bodied.
£23.95

Corvo Rosso, Duca di Salaparuta – Sicily, Italy

Reveals great structure and firm tannins, good balance and almond closing.
£24.95

Surya Rosso, Principi di Butera – Sicily, Italy

Blend of Nero d’Avola and Merlot. Ruby red in colour, flavours of small berries, vanilla and spicy notes.
£27.95

Le Focaie DOC, Rocca di Montemassi – Tuscany, Italy

100% Sangiovese grapes. Fresh and soft finish, with hints of violet, cherries and wild berries on the nose.
£27.95

Nero d’Avola ‘Amira’ DOC, Principi di Butera – Sicily, Italy

Aromatic with overtones of red berry fruit and spices, complex on the palate.
Half bottle £17.95 | £28.95

Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore DOC, Zonin – Veneto, Italy

Ruby red in colour, notes of cherries with chocolate and long finish.
£29.95

Primitivo Sasseo, Masseria Altemura – Puglia, Italy

Full-bodied wine, notes of blackberries, ripe fruits and spices well balanced wine.
£35.95
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SOMMELIER’S SELECTION

2014 Taurasi DOCG, Enodelta – Campania, Italy

Known as the Barolo of Southern Italy. Aged for a minimum 24 months in oak with a further 6 months in the bottle. An intense and complex wine with red berry flavours and notes of vanilla. The tannins are firm and smooth, while the structure is clean and dry on the finish.
37.95

2015 Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG, Castello di Albola – Tuscany, Italy

This riserva combines notes of berries, tobacco and liquorice with a long finish. Elegant, full bodied and well balanced.
£44.95

2015 Greccio Rosso, Colli di Conegliano DOCG, Bipin de Eto – Veneto, Italy

Deep garnet with ruby red highlights. The bouquet is complex, mature, and elegant, with prominent notes of red berry fruit, along with delicate, well-integrated hints of vanilla and subtle spicy nuances of barrel ageing. The palate is full, rich, and elegant, with a well-integrated acidity and toasty fruit; long-lingering, with a dry finish.
£45.95

2012 Barolo DOCG, Cascina Bruni – Piemonte, Italy

Red ruby colour with a slight granite hue. A strong fragrance with the bouquet of roses, violets, raspberries, plums and a complete range of spices, leather and liquorice. Rich and full-flavoured yet elegant and mysterious.
£45.95

2012 Barolo DOCG, Cascina Bruni – Piemonte, Italy

Red ruby colour with a slight granite hue. A strong fragrance with the bouquet of roses, violets, raspberries, plums and a complete range of spices, leather and liquorice. Rich and full-flavoured yet elegant and mysterious.
£45.95

2016 Amarone Della Valpolicella DOCG – Re Teodorico, Cantina di Monteforte – Veneto, Italy

Produced from the finest selection of Corvina, Corvinone and Rondinella grape varieties laid out to dry on wooden racks from 3-4 months. The colour is deep, intense and lucid ruby red tending to garnet with a complex bouquet of small red fruits, cacao and spices. The taste is full, well-bodied, elegant, warm, enveloping and smooth. Fantastic with robust meat dishes and cheeses.
£49.95

2012 Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG, Pian delle Querci – Tuscany, Italy

Very limited production and a fine example of this famous wine. Produced in the territory of Montalcino in the province of Siena. Deep ruby-red in colour, tending to garnet with maturation. A characteristic and intense bouquet. Dry, warm, robust and lively in the mouth yet harmonious.
£64.95
  • Brut
  • Laurent Perrier
  • Le Anfore
  • Moet
  • Principi
  • Zonin