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Drinks List

Drinks list

Estate-Grown Shaws Road Wines

Glass

Bottle

Sparkling Pinot/Chardonnay (White) 2017

12

55

Chardonnay 2020 – black cap

9

38

Chardonnay 2020 Premium  - silver cap 

12

50

Sauvignon Blanc 2017

9

38

Rosé 2018

9

38

Pinot Noir 2018

12

50

Merlot 2018

10

42

Cabernet Sauv Franc Merlot 2019

12

50

Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

11

46

Shiraz 2019 

12

55

Old, Rare and Special

See Notes next page

Chardonnay 2008

82

Pinot Noir 2007

86

Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 

86


Aperetifs and Spirits 

Aperol Spritz (Aperol, sparkling wine, soda) 

15

Gin and Tonic (Suburban Gin)

15

Whisky  (Chivas Regal) and Dry Ginger

15

Glen Moray 12-year-old Single Malt Speyside Whisky

18

Bushmills 10-year old Single Malt Irish Whisky

18

Beers & Ciders

Cascade Premium Light (375ml)

7

Heineken”00” alcohol-free beer (375ml) 

7

James Squire “The Chancer” Golden Ale (375ml)

8

Coopers Mild Ale 3.5%  (375ml)

8

Coopers Original Pale Ale (375ml)

8

Napoleone Apple Cider (330ml) 

10

 

 

Soft Drinks

Lemonade (375ml)

5

Coke / Coke No Sugar (375ml)

5

Lemon, Lime and Bitters 

8

Sparkling Water (San Pellegrino) (750ml)

10


Aged wines cannot be sold by the glass. Purchased by the bottle only.

Shaws Road Vintage Wines

Chardonnay 2008

Aged Chardonnay is a rare thing and much sought after.  An aged Chardonnay has become more complex (moving away from the straight forward fruit profile), developing new flavours such as honey and caramel. 

Absolutely beautiful to pair with soft cheeses, salmon, duck or chicken. 

82

Pinot Noir 2007

Pinot Noir is usually consumed within a few years of production and is a light, easy drinking wine.  Many winemakers are also experimenting with cellaring their Pinots for up to 15 years to result in a wine that has more savoury, earthy flavours. This Pinot Noir is an ideal example. 

Pairs extremely well with mushroom dishes, Beef Bourguignon, Cassoulet, duck or chicken.  

86

Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 

Bold, rich Australian Cabernet Sauvignon wines all cellar really well. The wine needs at least 3-5 years to develop its flavours. A really good Cabernet Sauvignon will age beautifully for 20 to 30 years, becoming increasingly mellow, smooth and earthy. 

Pairs well with beef steak (especially with a pepper sauce), lamb, strong cheeses and jacket potatoes with sour cream. 

86