The Bull Hotel at Long Melford, SuffolkOld English Inns

The Reserve Wine List

French Selection

  1. Julienas AC, Burlats, Mommessin £24.95
    Fine aromas of raspberries, cherries and even a touch of Hot Chocolate. Full flavoured, very fresh, dry and round
  2. Pouilly Fuisse AC Ropiteau Frefres £26.95
    Well respected wine sthat earn their high price tags. Very mush a Ropiteau wine from Fuisse, concentrated, nutty aromas lifted by racy acidity
  3. Chateauneuf-Du-Pape AC, Cuvee Papillon £26.95
    There are 13 grape varieties permitted for blending in Chateauneuf. This one is 70% Grenache with small amounts of others. Early ripening wines with all the guts and warmth associated with the Southern Rhone
  4. Mersault AC De Ropiteau £42.50
    The flagship wine of the Ropiteau Freres. This yellowy gold coloured wine has a rich smoothness to its dry style
  5. Chateau Cissac, Cru Bougeois, Haut Medoc £29.95
    70% Cabernet Sauvignon, made in a firmly traditional way. A very well known wine in the U.K.

Australian Selection

  1. Wolf Blass, Presidents Selection, Chardonnay £23.95
    Good Peach and melon aromas with French Oak - full bodied with tropical fruit flavours
  2. Wolf Blass, Presidents Selection Cab Sauvignon £24.95
    Sweet dark chocolate berry aromas, a rich silky rounded fruit style with a great warming finish

South African Selection

  1. Genesis, Chardonnay £22.95
    A rich, ripe tropical fruit flavour dominates, with a long, creamy finish and beautifully integrated supportive oak
  2. Genesis, Shiraz £24.95
    A spicy ripe fruits aroma, as well as hints of bracken and coconut. supported but not dominated by judicious oak

New Zealand Selection

  1. Montana, Sauvignon Blanc Reserve £23.95
    Capsicum and green olive aromas with a fresh, crisp acidity and lingering finish
  2. Montana, Pinot Noir Reserve, Marlborough £26.95
    Pinot noir fruit characters of Cherry and Plum the palate has notes of dark chocolate and fine elegant Tannins

Champagne Selection

  1. Laurent Perrier Rose NV £62.50
    Laurent Perrier is one of the few houses still making a traditional rose. the colour is pale cherry red with a rich blackcurrant or raspberry nose and palate
  2. Dom Perignon 1993 £135.00
    Dom Perignon is the luxury brand of Moet et Chandon, named after the legendary Benedictine monk who is credited as being the first to finalise the champagne process

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