Trooper Wine Menu
House White Wines by the Glass & Bottle
An excellent value Italian Bianco, it is fresh and lively with ripe peach and citrus fruit aromas. The finish is crisp with a shot of racy, zesty acidity.
Côtes de Gascogne, France
This is a smooth and supple medium white wine with a deliciously fresh, fragrant nose and a ripe, green fruit palate with a lasting finish.
Maipo Valley, Chile
Full of floral and fruity aromas with pineapples, citric fruit and white flowers to the fore. A crisp, minerally wine with herbaceous notes.
A fresh, dry white with gentle floral and citrus aromas. Crisp and delicate on the palate with lightly honeyed fruit balanced by lemony acidity and a fresh, dry finish.
Marlborough, New Zealand
A classic Sauvignon from the famous Marlborough area of New Zealand. Passion fruit, citrus, nettles, grass and pepper. Luscious mouthfeel and very moreish.
Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
A quality Chardonnay from Hawkes Bay. This is a well rounded wine with peach and citrus to the fore and notes of biscuit. Superb with chicken & meaty fish dishes.
Stellenbosch, South Africa
So fresh and inviting with lovely sweet pea and grass florals alongside soft notes of ripe nectarine and melon. Great on its own or well suited to spicier dishes.
Harvested late, this is more weighty & complex than regular Soave. Intense aromas and flavours of stone fruit with a long, mineral finish. A real must try!
Benchmark Chablis - no oak, a flinty nose with a touch of underlying creamy fruit. This gets richer as the mineral characters give way to a gentle fruity core.
The French have Sauvignon Blanc - the Spanish have Albarino. It is a classic white from Northern Spain - zingy sherbet character with delicate, yet forceful, notes of peach.
A fantastic wine to accompany seafood.
Loire Valley, France
This beautiful wine from France’s most famous white wine village has fragrant aromas of grapefruit, citrus with a hint of minerality. Crisp and juicy in the mouth with grapefruit and orange flavours with notes of almond. A lovely Sancerre!
Central Otago, New Zealand
From the world's most southerly and extreme winemaking area in the South Island of New Zealand comes this delightful Riesling. It is off- dry with lovely minerality, smoky and very thirst quenchingly grapefruity.
The Gruner Veltliner grape makes one of the most sophisticated white wines of the world and this bio-dynamic, organic delight is a classic example of just how good it is. Flavours of apricot backed by tangy grapefruit characters leading to a spicy, savoury finish.
Rhone Valley, France
Chateauneuf du Pape as an appellation is more famous for it’s reds but it also produces beautiful full-bodied white wines. This one has rich, ripe pear fruit that develops into a floral and herby, peachiness.
This modern winery has become one of the most talked about wine producers in Spain and this wine shows the reason why. It has intensely powerful 'toasty' aromatics with ripe melon and pear characters combined with citrus, kiwi and grapefruit on the palate.
Philippe Colin bottles his wines earlier than many Burgundy producers in order to preserve a fresher and less evolved wine, more expressive in youth. This wine displays his precision with soft buttery, citrus flavours underpinned by an inviting minerality.
A thoroughbred white wine with scents of apple and just a hint of buttered toast. The palate has a warm mouthfeel with lush textures that deliver ample fruit and buttery/nutty flavours finishing with a long length and hints of grilled nuts.
Rose Wines by the Glass & Bottle
A fresh and fruity, slightly off-dry rosé with delicate aromas of red berries. Crisp and lively on the palate with strawberry and red cherry fruit and a delicate, light fruity finish.
White Zinfandel is one of the most popular roses and this one is one of the best. Strawberry ice cream flavours on the nose supported by a bright, fruit packed strawberry jam palate.
This beautiful, moreish rose is produced by a wine icon, Dr Ernst Loosen.This is a real delight. Full of summer fruits, especially strawberries and notes of white pepper spice with a tangy off dry taste. It is hard to only have one!
House Red Wines by the Glass & Bottle
La Mancha, Spain
Spain's most famous grape variety, Tempranillo, is full of juicy bramble and cherry fruit with hints of spice. Deliciously supple and succulent, it is great on its own or with meat dishes.
Maipo Valley, Chile
A substantial and fruity wine with flavours of mature red fruit, plums and undertones of cassis. Well balanced with a good length.
Bright, wild strawberry and raspberry fruits dominate a soft, supple palate which leads through to a gentle, warming finish. A superb, excellent value Pinot Noir.
Paarl, South Africa
A scrumptiously soft, juicy Shiraz simply oozing spicy bramble fruit. Supple and silky on the palate with a bright, red berry finish.
Heady perfume of freshly pressed cherries, irises and peonies too. The fleshy luscious fruit is typically vivacious with a gentle note of red spice in its silkily serious depth.
Douro Valley, Portugal
The Douro valley famous for Port also produces some stunning red wine, ´Drink Me´ being one of them. A dark ruby wine with intense red fruit and spicy aromas. On the palate it is vibrant and appealing, with a really long finish. Do what the name says!
McLaren Vale, Australia
An Aussie Shiraz, as it should be with an expressive nose of cedar, spice box, pepper, blueberry and mocha with layers and layers of spicy fruit and a pleasing elegant finish.
From the outstanding estate of the Rufina district which rivals any Chianti Classico wines for elegance. This wine is fresh, fruity and approachable with an underlying earthiness.
´Flori´ has all the tell-tale Barolo characteristics with tobacco, leather and violet scented aromas from the Nebbiolo grape. Tannins are firm and pleasingly supported with plump fruit and a round silky texture, giving a good lengthy finish.
Central Otago, New Zealand
Dark blackcurrant, bramble, spice, smoky plum and wild game combine in this superlative wine from the exciting Central Otago region which is the most extreme wine making area in the world.
Rhone Valley, France
The wine has lots of warm red fruit and damson aromas, with cinnamon, spices and jam but also concentration on the palate. Followed by a liquoricey richness and elegance to finish. A lovely wine that shows how great a good Châteauneuf du Pape is.
An alluring nose of cedar, tobacco, spice box, and black cherry. A full-bodied, layered, smooth wine with considerable complexity and the recipient of much gushing praise from wine critics.
A claret from a classic region. It has hints of plum jam on the nose with lovely sweet musk and redcurrant jam fruit. It has a dry, earthy texture and a long balanced finish.
Everyone has tasted Riojas but not many have tasted one that won a gold medal at the Decanter Wine Awards.This wine is only produced in the very best years and it is extraordinarily elegant, complex and long.
Deeply perfumed, with aromas of rich fruit cake, dried cherries and plums which give way to a full bodied palate of plum pudding characters offset by attractive smoky, vanilla spice from the oak ageing. It's rich but still fresh on the finish.
A beautifully ripe and sweetly fruited wine from the world renowned Gevrey Chambertin appellation. The predominant fruits are cherry jam, raspberries and strawberries. The mouthfeel is amazingly silky and sensuous as you'd expect from good Pinot Noir.
Malmesbury, South Africa
Striking and uncompromising Swartland Shiraz from one of the world's great winemakers. It´s well-composed, complex, mineral, earthy and finely structured with pinpoint acidity and classic tannins.
Corton is the only red wine Grand Cru in the Cote de Beaune region of Burgundy and Follin-Arbelet is one of its finest exponents. Exhibiting pure fruit and concentrated flavour, this is a rich wine with fine structure and silky tannins, for those who appreciate real finesse.
Sweet perfume surges from the glass of this Brunello , with scented wisps of vanilla, leather, toasted wood and sweet cherry. The palate more than continues the seduction with rich, dark, brooding flavours that have to be tasted to be believed.
Rhone Valley, France
This is one of the legends of the wine world and truly a wine to savour. On the nose it is incredibly intense and concentrated. Perfumes of blackberry and spice dominate, giving way to tightly knitted oak and fruit characters with ripe tannins and a long, spicy finish.
This Classic wine reveals an impressive dark ruby/purple colour, with a slight lightening on the edge. Aromatically, there is black fruit, floral, truffle, and cigar box scents emerging. On the palate, the wine possesses excellent ripeness and richness as one would expect from this Premier Chateau.
Sparkling Wine & Champagne by the Glass & Bottle
Fresh and gently fruity fizz with citrus and green apple aromas. Delicate and lively on the palate with ripe, light grapey fruit, zesty acidity and a clean refreshing finish.
Pinot Grigio not only makes good still wines but also tastes lovely when sparkling. A lively rosé fizz with delicate aromas of red berries and a palate of lush, summer fruits.
Go with 'Instinct' and forget the big brands – grower Champagnes are much better. This a lovely well aged wine, with a fine mousse and lots of stone fruit, red berry too, fresh and really attractive.
Complex biscuity flavours and a fine mousse combined with a superb marriage of freshness and power. A gorgeous and deceptively pale colour with fine, persistant bubbles. An archetypal Champagne from an historic house!
A wonderfully refreshing aperitif, it also works well with a variety of dishes. Unusually made by the saignée method, with plenty of stylish strawberry fruit, morel cherries and blackcurrants. Elegant, precise and very crisp! A supple and well rounded finish.
Only produced in exceptional years from exclusively Grand Cru rated grapes. Rich, biscuity and yeasty, this wine carries the ultimate expression of the house style.
A wonderful way to celebrate a big occassion!
Exceptional depth, rich texture and great ageing potential characterises this iconic Champagne from Moët et Chandon, named after the Benedictine monk who pioneered Champagne.
Krug´s uncompromising and single-minded determination to produce the best Champagne is legendary. Unquestionably one of the finest Champagnes in the world.
Created in 1876 for Tsar Alexander II. This is Champagne at its finest; the embodiment of elegance and purity. Only the finest grapes from Roederer´s best crus are used.
Dessert Wines by the Bottle
A deliciously well balanced sweet wine with honeyed, floral aromas. Ripe apricot and acacia honey characters on the palate with a core of homemade lemon curd running through to the long, fresh and lingering finish.
Dark gold in colour, with an intensely perfumed nose of marmalade and dried apricots. On the palate, it is rich and sweet, with more apricot flavours and a clean, refreshing finish. Pair with blue cheeses and fruit desserts.
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