Champagne Philipponnat, Brut, Royale Réserve, Mareuil sur Ay, 2008



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The Wine List
I have carefully selected all the wines on this list with the help of my wine merchant based in Edinburgh, l’Art du Vin. Their focus is to supply quality wines from small, independent producers that are made with passion and integrity whilst being true to environmental issues. Their wines are a true expression of their origin and fit with my passionate approach to food.
Enjoy!
James Close

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After 16 generations this prestigious Champagne house is still run by the Philipponnat family. Based in MareuilsurAy in the heart of Champagne, their production is tiny compared to well-known Grande Marques brands. Particularly known for its Pinot Noir production, Champagne Philipponnnat owns 17 hectares of Grands Crus and Premiers Crus vineyards. They are also known for using a large amount of “Vins de Reserve” vinified in oak barrel which give their wines their trademark structure and depth. Champagne Philipponnat is represented by many Michelin starred restaurants around the world.





100ml

Bottle

Magnum

1

Champagne Philipponnat, Brut, Royale Réserve, Mareuil sur Ay, 2008

Largely dominated by Pinot Noir (60%) with a little bit of Chardonnay and a smattering of Pinot Meunier, two third of the grapes come from Grand Crus and Premiers Crus Vineyards. Disgorged in October 2011, this Champagne has a wonderful structure and intensity whilst remaining fresh, zesty and elegant. Long mineral finish.




£9.75

£60.00

£125.00

2

Champagne Philipponnat, Brut, Réserve Rosé, Mareuil sur Ay, 2007

Dry but fruity. Lovely red berries and strawberry characters with hints of candied citrus fruit characters. Dominated by Pinot Noir, 24% of reserve wines were used to make this wine.




£11.50

£68.00

£136.00

12


Clos des GoissesChampagne Philipponnat, Brut, 2000 (disgorged in October 2009)

From a single 5.5h South facing steep vineyard solely owned by the Philipponnat family, this is a blend dominated by Pinot Noir. Small yields, careful oak ageing and long maturation make this exceptional Champagne very food friendly






£195.00







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We recently visited the Philipponnat House and we were very fortunate to be present when the harvest had just started. We were simply in awe of how much work is involved in producing high quality Champagne. So much care is involved in the vineyard and in the winery.

Being a family owned and run quality producer, we felt Philipponnat had a natural fit with what we are trying to achieve at the Raby Hunt.

Philipponnat is a unique Champagne which has very limited availability in the UK, we hope you will enjoy it as much as we do.
Helene and Russell Close

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Champagne and Sparkling Wine


100ml

Bottle

Magnum

1

Champagne Philipponnat, Brut, Royale Réserve, Mareuil sur Ay, 2008


£9.75

£60.00

£110.00

2

Champagne Philipponnat, Brut, Réserve Rosé, Mareuil sur Ay, 2007


£11.50

£68.00

£136.00

3

Blanc de Blancs, Crémant de Bourgogne, Domaine Delagrange Brut N.V

This sparkling wine which is made with 100% Chardonnay grapes and using the traditional Champagne method is outstanding value for money. Delicious, fresh, lingering honey and apple characters, good mousse




£7.50

£40.00




4

ProseccodeiColliTrevigiani, VallisMareni, Veneto, Frizzante Brut N.V

Delicious sparkling wine from the North East of Italy. Delicate elderflower and apple flavours.







£30.00




5

Ridgeview Bloomsbury Brut, Sussex, England, 2010

A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier made with the traditional method. Fine persistant mousse, lovely citrus aromas with hints of melon and honey. Beautiful balanced finish.







£60.00




6

Champagne Thienot, Brut, NV

This Champagne house is still run by its founder, Alain Thienot and produces elegant and accessible Champagnes by using grapes from the best sites around the Montagne de Reims.







£65.00




7

Pol Roger Brut ReserveNV

Winston Churchill’s favourite Champagne. Pol Roger have some of the deepest and coolest cellars in Epernay, allowing their maturing Champagnes to attain a delicate finesse. Tiny, long lasting bubbles and a crisp, refreshing palate







£69.00




8

Pol Roger Brut Rich, Demi Sec NV

Wonderful honey characters balanced by good acidity and the usual trade mark elegance of Pol Roger make this Champagne the ideal companion for dessert







£69.00




9

Champagne Thiennot Rosé, N.V

A vinous, concentrated rosé, delivering cherry, nut, spice and butter flavours. This is creamy, yet firm and precise on the long, chalklike finish. A mix of fruit and spice lingers.




£69.00





10

Krug, Grande Cuvée, N.V

Indisputably the most majestic non-vintage cuvée, this is blended from 10 different vintages and 47 wines from 25 villages. The palate is dominated by honey and nuts with graceful acidity and a long finish. Aged 5-7 years on the lees..





£225.00




11

Bollinger Special Cuvée, NV

Bollinger is a classic Grande Marque with its trademark biscuit, opulent and rich style.







£80.00






12


Clos des GoissesChampagne Philipponnat, Brut, 2000 (disgorged in October 2009)

From a single 5.5h South facing steep vineyard solely owned by the Philipponnat family, this is a blend dominated by Pinot Noir. Small yields, careful oak ageing and long maturation make this exceptional Champagne very food friendly






£195.00









Wines by the Glass














White Wines


175ml

500ml

Carafe

Bottle

19

Chenin Blanc, Cannonberg, Western Cape, South Africa, 2013



£6.50

£15.50

£22.50

37

Pinot GrigioTrefili, Cantina San Marziano, Italy, 2011


£7.80

£19.50

£29.50

46

Sauvignon Blanc de Touraine, Fleur de Printemps, Loire, France, 2012


£7.80

£19.50

£29.50

38

Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, Gianni Masciarelli, Marche, Italy, 2011


£8.00

£19.50

£30.00

40

Grüner Veltliner Rainer Wess, Wachau, Austria, 2012


£8.40

£23.00

£32.50

49

Pinot Blanc Auxerrois Tradition, Domaine Albert Mann, Alsace, 2011


£8.70

£23.50

£36.00

52

Saint Véran (unoaked Chardonnay) Domaine de la Croix Senaillet, Macônnais (Organic) 2010



£9.00

£24.80

£39.00




Red Wines











63

Cabernet Sauvignon Cannonberg, Western Cape, South Africa, 2012


£6.50

£15.50

£22.50

96

Organic Merlot, Domaine Bassac, Languedoc,2011


£7.80

£19.50

£29.50

60

Seven Day Road Shiraz, Pemberton, Western Australia, 2010


£8.20

£22.50

£32.50

91

Fleurie, Domaine Lardy, Beaujolais, France, 2012


£8.70

£23.00

£34.50

67

MalbecTomero, Mendoza, Argentina, 2011


£8.90

£22.80

£35.00

77

Barbera d’Alba, Marchesi di Barolo, Piemonte, Italy, 2011


£9.10

£24.00

£37.50

74

Hacienda Valvares, Single Vineyard, Rioja Crianza, Spain, 2010


£9.50

£25.00

£38.00

65

Little Beauty Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2011



£10.40

£27.70

£41.50




Rosé











58

Vacceos Rosado, Tempranillo, Rueda, Spain, 2012


£6.85

£17.25

£25.50





















Sweet Wines
















90ml







13

BanyulsRimage “Les Clos de Paulilles” Roussillon, France 201150cl Very rich sweet fortified red wine with prune, mocha, caramel and herby flavours, absolutely superb with chocolate desserts or strong cheeses.


£7.60




£31.50

14

Petit MansengDoux, « Les Anesses » Domaine Cabidos, 2010 37.5cl

Unusual sweet wine from the South West of France. Bursting with tropical and quince characters, with hints of honey, low in alcohol but very fresh and well balanced.



£6.50





£23.00

















15

Late Harvest Gewürztraminer, Montes, Curico Valley, Chile, 2011 37.5cl

Made from botrytised grapes, this sweet white wine is packed with tropical fruit, lychee characters and has a lovely spicy finish.










£29.50

16

ReciotodellaValpolicella, “Fiorato” Tommasi, Veneto, 2010 37.5cl

The best way to describe this unusual wine is to call it a “sweet Amarone”. Made with the same grape varieties as the iconic wine from Verona, this sweet red wine is packed with delicious black cherry jam flavours.










£43.00

17

Sauternes, Château Filhot, Bordeaux, France 2008 37.5cl

The Château Filhot was founded in 1709 by Romain de Filhot and is now owned managed by one of his descendants: count Henri de Vaucelles. The Château Filhot is a classic Sauternes with a specific fresh Sauvignon Blanc flavours character.









£51.50
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