Wine List

Here at Appleby Manor we have a wide selection of wines from around the world, please take a look at our wine list so that you can familiarise yourself with our cellar before you arrive.

The vineyards of fourteen countries offer you an exciting choice.


The most famous wine of all. Offered here are four which highlight the unique qualities of the finest Champagne. Fresh dryness, splendid bouquet, great delicacy and fine balance.

  • 01 Jean Pierre Marniquet (Venteuil, France) £9.50 £55.00
    A classic elegant wine, delicate, dry, with a crisp flavour and a fresh lemony tang.

  • 02 Jean Pierre Marniquet Rosé Brut (Venteuil, France) £67.00
    Dry and crisp, very refreshing, with a sparklingly elegant
    red-fruit flavour.

  • 03 Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial (Epernay, France) £87.00
    Medium weight and fruit with a good strong mousse. Moët & Chandon is
    the largest merchant and grower in Champagne. Take a trip round their
    extensive cellars if you get the chance.

  • 04 Pol Roger Vintage (Epernay, France) £130.00
    Dried Fruits, followed by enticing notes of flowers, gingerbread and mild spices mingling with fragrances of viennese pastries

  • 05 Cremant d'Alsace Domaine Saint Remy Brut £40.00
    The palate fills with gentle flavours of shortbread and apple peel, slightly bitter grapefruit zest and hints of citrus freshness dispersed by a lively free-fizzing mousse

  • 06 Prosecco Ca’Vittoria Valdobbiane Extra Dry (Italy) £6.80 £34 .00
    Delightful lively off-dry sparkling wine, made from the traditional
    Glera grape. Great for any special occasion.

  • 07 Le Grand Noir Chardonnay (Minervois, France) £24.95
    This is a fresh pine appley wine with subtle hint of oak and a touch of mango and ginger. Super food friendly but great by itself too. Will work extremely well with oriental food.

  • 08 Paparuda Pinot Grigio (Transylvania/Banat, Romania) £8.25 £23.95
    Opulent aromas of grapefruit and peach follow through to a palate that
    offers a light body, abundant melon, apple and a citrussy finish.

  • 09 Picpoul De Pinet Racine (Languedoc, France) £10.00 £29.00
    This old-fashioned Languedoc grape produces wonderfully crisp, citrusy
    wines with great minerality and a taut, underlying acidity.

  • 10 Pouilly Fume Jean Pabiot et Fils (Loire, France ) £42.00
    Top quality Sauvignon Blanc with considerable depth and complexity. 
    Dry, crisp and refreshing.

  • 11 Sancerre AC, Domaine Daulny (Loire, France) £44.00
    100% Sauvignon Blanc produces a crisp wine with high acidity and Half £20.95
    raw blackcurrant fruit aromas. Fragrant, fresh, elegant and complex,
    and deservedly popular. Gold Medal winner.

  • 12 Sea Mountain Sauvignon Blanc (Robertson, South Africa) £8.25 £23.95
    Tropical fruit and aromas of grapefruit, lemongrass and citrus
    make up this wonderful wine with a great fresh acidity.

  • 13 Pazo do Mar Treixadura Torrentes Godello (Ribeiro, Spain) £27.00
    Made from own-rooted, 30-year-old vines grown in the Ribeiro,
    this award-winning blend of indigenous Spanish varieties combines
    chalky minerality and refreshing citrus notes with great acidity and
    body. Beautiful served on its own or drunk with food.

  • 14 Sea Mountain 2Limestone Chardonnay (Robertson, South Africa) £9.50 £27.00
    Citrus peel pineapple with delicate and creamy hints of peach and lemon blossom.

  • 16 Albariño Veiga da Princessa (Rías Baixas, Spain) £10.75 £34.00
    This is a beautiful, racy white with mineral, lemon zest and floral notes.
    The nose is very open, with ripe, floral fruit. Crisp acidity and a long finish.

  • 17 Good Hope Chenin Blanc (Good Hope Winery, South Africa) £27.00
    Classic Chenin showing rich flavours of peach and exotic fruits with a
    super long finish. This is South African wine at its best.

  • 18 Domaine Lathuilière Beaujolais Blanc (Beaujolais, France) £34.00
    Made from 100% Chardonnay grown without the addition of chemical
    fertilisers, the wine is barrel fermented using wild yeasts to enhance
    complexity. Only 3,000 bottles produced annually.

  • 19 Old Coach Road Sauvignon Blanc (Nelson, New Zealand) £38.00
    Old Coach Road is flavoursome and punchy. the nose os packed with tropical notes and grapefruit. the palate entry is clean and crisp with layers of fruit and well balanced freshness from the natural acidity.

  • 20 Chablis Louis Moreau (France) £47.00
    Elegant, refined and flinty Chardonnay from one of the regions top producers.
  • 21 Monopole, Rioja Barrel-Fermented (Rioja Alta, Spain) £30.00
    The balanced fruit and acidity of the Viura grape blended with Malvasia
    matches the concentrated American oak spiciness. Lemon-fresh, limes,
    butter, toast. Produced by CVNE.

  • 22 Le Grand Noir Viognier (Minervois, France) £10.25 £30.00
    Viogniers are often over-oaked. This example displays floral, exotic nature
    of this grape and is a great accompaniment to food. 15% Chardonnay grapes
    are in the blend giving the wine extra freshness and to go with its delightful
    mango and apricot flavours.

  • 23 Bon Courage Prestige Chardonnay (Robertson, South Africa) £35.00
    Intense mouth feel with flavours of grapefruit, lime, vanilla and butterscotch. Rich flavours with a long finish expressing characters of creme brulee.

  • 24 Wente Morning Fog Chardonnay (San Francisco, United States) £13.50 £39.00
    A delightful round and smooth, slightly oaked white wine, full of tropical
    fruit flavours. From a winery which sits on San Fransisco Bay.

  • 25 Meursault Premier Cru Bitouzet (Burgundy, France) £82.00
    Meursault is one of the world’s greatest whites. Savoury, rich smoothness,
    dry, slightly nutty flavour and a long, mellow finish. Great finesse and balance,
    with lemon, vanilla and almond flavours.

  • 28 Beaujolais-Villages, Cave de Fleurie (Burgundy, France) £26.00
    An attractively fruity and refreshing wine with the Gamay grape’s trademark
    light tannins and juicy red berry fruit, this wine displays woodland fruits
    with a silky soft mouthfeel.

  • 29 Domain de la Denante rouge (Burgundy, France) £38.00
    Purfumed, meaty and full of life, great matched with pork and chicken dishes

  • 30 Le Grand Noir Pinot Noir (France) £34.00
    A very distinctive and immediately enjoyable Pinot Noir, this is a very
    juicy raspberryish, cherryish wine with hints of strawberry and oak
    and a refreshing note of pepper.

  • 26 Vina Esmeralda Torres (Penedes, Spain) £27.00
    Muscat (85%) and Gewürztraminer give intensely fruity and floral aromas
    of passion-fruit, ripe banana, rose and jasmine, with a hint of spices.
    Fresh, crisp and elegant with an aftertaste of green apples.

  • 27 Mitchell Watervale Riesling (Claire Valley, Australia) £13.25 £38.00
    Intense aromatic Riesling fruit flavours are the hallmarks of this wine.
    It has a fine dry palate with a crisp acidity and a long fruit finish.
    Riesling from this area is renowned, and this organically-grown wine
    is consistently one the Clare Valley’s best.

  • 31 Le Petit Noir Merlot (Minervois, France) £8.50 £24.95
    Lovely deep coloured Merlot full of woodland fruits and light tannins.
    Very easy drinking. 12.5%vol.

  • 32 Paparuda Pinot Noir (Transylvania, Romania) £8.25 £23.95
    Bright purple with aromas of strawberries and raspberries and hints of
    spice. Medium bodied with ripe red fruits and a long aftertaste. 12% vol.

  • 34 Primitivo Oltre Passo (Salento, Italy) £9.50 £27.00
    Deep ruby red with rich blackberry and cherry notes, this wine has a lush
    softness and a balance that makes it ideal with steak and all game dishes.

  • 35 Vina Real, Rioja Crianza, CVNE (Rioja Alta, Spain) £30.00
    Tempranillo, Mazuela and Garnacha grapes, aged for one year in Half £15.00
    American oak. Ripe, plummy vanilla.

  • 36 Monastrell Barinas (Jumilla, Spain) £28.00
    100% Monestrell grapes,Cherry in Colour. notes of ripe fruits and oak wood are very well integrated with fragrances of vanilla.

  • 38 Chateau La Roque Pic St-Loup (Languedoc, France) £38.00
    A mix of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre grapes are hand harvested before
    undergoing wild fermentation in cement tanks. This certified organic and
    biodynamic wine combines genuine power with amazing depth and finesse.

  • 39 Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Superieur (Bordeaux, France) £11.25 £33.00
    Brilliantly smooth and well crafted wine from the family behind the
    famous Château Palmer.

  • 40 Morgon Vieille Vignes Beaujolais Lathuilière Gravallon £40.00
    (Burgundy, France)
    This old vine Morgon – with a stunning average vine age of 100-years-old
    – is a famously dark and seductive expression of the Gamay grape.
    Aromas of violets and cherries give way to a soft mouthful and wonderful
    length. This is a serious Cru Beaujolais.

  • 41 Domaine St-Rémy Pinot Noir (Alsace, France)  £40.00
    Ripe alpine strawberries and violets on the nose, this elegant, biodynamic
    wine combines finesse with power and perfect balance. Truly delicious.

  • 42 Old Vine Grenache Bethany (Barossa Valley, Austrailia) £47.00
    A beguiling nose of red fruits and river stones leads you to  a palate of dense chewy fruit and fresh fine grained tanins that lead to a long and complex finish.

  • 43 Chateau Preuillac Medoc (Bordeaux, France) £65.00
    Ruby and purple tints with red fruit aromas and plums and an elegant
    oaky touch. Full bodied with velvety tannins, an elegant structure for this
    Haut-Medoc. Toasted aromas with Kirsch notes.



  • 45 Bon Courage Pinotage (Robertson, South Africa ) £30.00
    This truly South African wine features rich berries and plum flavours,
    finely balanced with well-integrated oak overtones.

  • 46 Niepoort Drink Me Tinto (Douro, Portugal)  £40.00
    A great Douro blend expressing crunchy red fruit, with depth and
    freshness from the master that is Dirk Niepoort.

  • 47 Wente Southern Hills Cabernet Sauvignon £32.00
    (San Fransisco, United States)
    This Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits flavours of cherry, dark plum and a hint
    of coffee. Rich yet approachable tannins provide a long, smooth finish.

  • 48 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG (Tuscany, Italy) £40.00
    Impressive full-flavoured wine from the Sangiovese grape. Exuberant
    character and generous ripe-fruit flavours of cherry and plum.

  • 49 Uvas del sol Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina) £11.25 £32.00
    Deep, rich  and intense Malbec from Argentinas most prestigious vinyards. Bramble, plum  and dark chocolate are the trade mark of this hearty style.

  • 50 Rioja Santiago Reserva (Rioja, Spain) £32.00
    This is a velvety-smooth, full-bodied red with a juicy berry fruit palate
    and lashings of vanilla and toast on the finish.

  • 51 Mitchell Peppertree Shiraz (Clare Valley, Australia) £14.20 £41.00
    Bright purple-crimson hue; dry-grown, hand-picked estate grapes have
    produced a lovely wine, supple and smooth in the mouth, with vibrant
    cherry and plum fruit, good oak and sweet tannins. The best Peppertree
    Vineyard Shiraz to date.

  • 52 Chateau Musar Gaston Hochar (Beka’a Valley, Lebanon) £62.00
    Serge Hochar deserves a medal for this wonderful wine - his vineyards were
    in the middle of the war zone in the Golan Heights. An organically-grown
    Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah blend bursting with ripeness.

  • 53 Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Galets (France) £47.00
    A lighter style of Châteauneuf with ripe fruit and herby spicy brambly notes
    and a soft round palate with plummy fruit flavours.

  • 54 Barolo Manfredi (Italy) £52.00
    Aromas of dried fruit and leather are followed by a rich mouthful,
    with a good balance of acidity and tannins.

  • 55 Domain Parent Pommard (Burgundy, France) £130.00
    The nose has depth and sorbet like fruit. Deep and serious in the mouth with muscular tannins and slowly lingering flavours.

  • 56 Rioja Vega Rosado Rosé (Rioja, Spain) £8.25 £23.95
    Delicate and refreshing with a raspberry-hued colour that bursts
    with the vibrant notes of fresh strawberries Great as an aperitif or
    with smoked salmon or prawns.

  • 57 Le Fruit Defendu French Rosé (Pays de l’Herault, France) £28.00
    Cinsault rosé from the South of France, made by legendary
    Burgundian Bruno Lafon. Expect a light and refreshing Provence
    style rosé bursting with fresh berries and deliciously dry finish.

  • 58 Torres Moscatel Oro (Catalunya, Spain - NV - 50 cl) £3.50 Glass
    Moscatel aromas of orange blossom, Turkish delight and honeyed
    fruit, accompanied by delicious spicy notes of tobacco leaf and clove.
    Indulgently sweet, with an enduring candied finish.

  • 59 Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez (Spain - NV- 75 cl) £3.25 Glass
    A very rich, thick and sumptuous dessert sherry from Barbadillo.
    This has a rich prune, raisin flavour and goes superbly well with
    rich desserts.

  • 60 Domaine Sergent Pcaherenc  (France 2014 - 75 cl) £4.00 £40.00
    Dense and intriguing on the palate, rich flavours of honey, flowers
    and spices are balanced by a fine underlying acidity.

Thank you for taking the time to look through our Wine List. 
All quoted vintages relate to bottle size. For the vintages of half-bottles, please enquire.
Vol. = alcohol by volume (relates to bottle size. Half-bottle may differ; please enquire).
*All prices include Value-Added-Tax at 20%. There is no service charge; gratuities are not expected.
‘Due to wine being everchanging, vintages vary. Please ask a member of our team for the exact vintage along with the ABV %. 125ml glass sizes are available upon request’.

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