Our beautiful bar is an eye-catching centrepiece, hand-crafted by London Reclaimed, serving an extensive range of cocktails, beer & wine. Our cocktail list is a melange of classics and frequently changing mixes, including the seasonal use of herbs and plants grown on our farm at Hazeldene. Our bottled beer selection represents areas from all around the UK, with the majority of the list celebrating breweries and counties that are close to our hearts. The wine list focuses predominantly on Old World wine with the addition of some exciting natural and biodynamic bottles. As well as a substantial range by the glass, we are thrilled to now be able to offer some rarer or more unusual varieties & vintages using the Corovin™ system. This selection will change on a monthly basis so there’ll always be something new and exciting to try. Our full drinks list can be viewed here...
Cardamom Spriggan – 9
Sacred cardamom gin, mint, amber vermouth & fresh lime
Blackberry Daiquiri – 8.5 
Dark rum, triple sec, fresh lime & blackberries
White & Elder – 9 
Prosecco, white port, mint & elderflower
Sherbet Lemon – 8.25
Homegrown lemon verbena, white rum, fresh lime & soda
N8 Negroni – 8.5
Sacred gin, spiced red vermouth & Rosehip Cup
Stockholm Syndrome – 8.5 
Cumin & dill infused vodka, lemon, sugar, salt & pepper
Vesper – 9 
Bond-style Martini with Sacred gin, vodka & amber vermouth
Margarita - 8.5
Bellini - 8
Whisky / Amaretto / Pisco Sour - 8.5
Manhattan - 10
Old Fashioned - 10
Freedom Pilsner, 4.4% (330ml) - 4.5
Williams Bros Joker IPA, 5.0% (500ml) - 5
Bristol Beer Factory Gold 5.0% (500ml) - 5.75
Dark Star Hophead, 3.8% (500ml)  - 5.5
Cornish Orchards Gold, 5.0% (500ml) - 5.5
Cornish Orchards Blush, 4.0% (500ml) - 5.75
Cidre Breton Brut Traditionnelle, 5.0% (1L) - 9
Altano White, 2015, Symington Estates, Douro, Portugal
Full-flavoured and thoroughly enjoyable, notes of nectarine and lime burst through it’s crisp acidity. £5.5  £21.5
Folle Blanche du Pays Nantais, Gros Plant, 2015, Pierre Luneau, France
This organic white is made by Pierre Luneau Papin at Domaine du Verger at Le Landreau in the Western Loire. Clean, crisp and refreshingly dry with pleasant tart notes. £6£23.5
Pazos das Bruxas, Albariño, 2014, Familla Torres, Rías Baixas, Spain
Clean, fresh and mineral with a pleasingly smooth, warm finish, grown on seasoned family vineyards in Galicia. It is unoaked with perfect freshness and incredible with fish and seafood.£7.5 £28
La Valiere, 2014, Mas Nicot, Coteaux du Languedoc, France
The slow-ripening of the Viognier, Marsanne & Grenache Blanc grapes make this natural wine rich, savoury and lightly floral, with notes of white flowers and apple. Golden and rich yet with a clean finish. £8.5£31.5
Un Saumon dans la Loire, Sauvignon, 2015, Loire, France
A lovely golden Sauvignon with a full palate. Flavours of ripe peach, pineapple and honey with a bright acidity on the finish. Fantastic with all fish and vegetable dishes.£8  £34
Eden Edge, Riesling-Semillon, 2014, David Franz, Eden Valley, Australia
A refreshing, juicy and deliciously balanced white, full of crisp honey, ripe fruit and floral notes. Dry on the palate with a smooth, savoury finish. Lovely match for a diverse variety of foods or simply on its own.£9£37.5
Horsmonden White, 2014, Davenport Vineyard, Limney Farm, East Sussex
From one of England's few truly organic vineyards, this wine was always going to be on our list! It has full fruit, smoothly integrated flavours and an appetising finish. Many stylistic similarities to a New Zealand Sauvignon.£37.5
Zobinger Gruner Veltliner, 2013, Barbera Ohlzelt, Austria
Rich but not too aromatic, with a natural petillance there just to lift the rich fruit. A really enjoyable and diverse food-friendly Gruner, drinking well with a varied menu of both meat & fish. £38.5
Rive Droite, Chardonnay, 2011, Loire, France
Fresh and green, this natural wine has a clean, earthy finish. An amazing partner for shellfish, flat fish, pork & fowl. £40
CRFT K1, Gewürztraminer, 2014, Adelaide Hills, Australia
Dry and complex, full of lime and ripe stone fruit flavours, with a crisp acidity on the finish. It is unrefined, unfiltered and fully organic, beautifully reflecting the terroir and the single vineyard the grapes were picked from.  £42
Le Grand Blanc, 2013, Henri Milan, Provence, France
Floral and fascinating, this biodynamic Grenache Blanc, Rolle, Roussane, Chardonnay, Muscat Petits Grains blend boasts a powerful bouquet. Rich, full and pure, it pairs best with white meat & rich fish dishes – or simply by itself. £44
Pernand-Vergelesses, Chardonnay, 2014, Fanny Sabre, Pommard, France
Fanny Sabre’s winery grows their grapes organically and harvests and bottles them manually – a true labour of love, and it shows! Here is a beautifully pure example of a classic Burgundy Chardonnay – rich, buttery and fresh. £48
Pardas Xarel.lo, 2011, Cellar Pardas, Spain
One of the best Spanish whites around: 100% biodynamic, aged in French oak and chestnut wood. Almost Burgundian in style, it offers notes of white fruit with deep mineral undertones, hints of aromatic herbs & fennel.  £49.5
Ministry of Clouds, Chardonnay, 2015, Tasmania, Australia
This chardonnay is from Tasmania, one of Australia’s coolest grape growing regions. Vanilla & spice on the nose from 11 months in used oak barrels and crisp apple flavours follow with mouth-watering acidity.£67
Mas Nicot, Grenache/Syrah, 2014, Coteaux du Languedoc, France
Vines grown in clay-limestone soil in the Languedoc region, allow a slow ripening of the grapes resulting in not only juicy fruit aromas but refreshing bone-dry acidity.  £7.5 £32.5
Rose D’une Nuit, Grenache/Syrah/Cabernet, 2014, Chateaux Lacoste, Provence, France
Well-rounded in the mouth with dominant aromas of both white and red fruits. A true example of a traditional Provence rose; stunning pastel pale colouring and a mellow but lush & fresh strawberry finish.£9£37.5
Altano Red, 2013, Symington Estates, Douro, Portugal
A rich aroma, gained in part from the addition of the aromatic Touriga, gives cherry, plum, spice and wild flowers; on the palate this wine has good volume, smoothly integrated tannins and an elegant finish.  £5.5 £21.5
St. Hilaire Pinot Noir VDP, 2014, Domaine Martinolles, France
An inviting Pinot, from a superb family owned estate in the small appellation of St Hilaire. Light red with a raspberry tint. Fine and charming with aromas of a little black fruit, soft spices and Kirsch.£6.5£24.5
Rebelión, Malbec, 2015, MAAL, Mendoza, Argentina
Full-bodied, round, and smooth as can be, this juicy wine is full of ripe berry flavour and a beautiful spice. Unoaked, fully biodynamic, rich and mellow, it is everything one could wish for in a Malbec. £8  £30.5
Barbera d’Asti DOC La Vigna Vecchia, 2013, Cossetti, Piedmont, Italy
A genuinely delicious and concentrated example of a Barbera wine; clove, pepper and leather on the nose back up the beautiful rich fruit followed by a savoury finish of great length.£8.5  £32
Pettirosso, Sangiovese, 2014, Fonterenza, Montalcino, Italy
Made by two sisters in the Siena hills, this unfiltered 100% Sangiovese is fresh, bright and full of red fruit flavours. Medium-bodied and thoroughly drinkable, great with roasted meats, grilled vegetables & charcuterie.£8.75£34
Moraza Garnacha, 2014, Bodegas Moraza, Rioja, Spain
A completely organic, 100% Grenache made in small production without oak, bright fruit flavours burst through. Tannic & smooth, a classic reflection of the traditions of the region. £9 £36
Force Majeure Red, 2015, Mother Rock, Swartland, South Africa
A fresh and juicy blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Carignan, Pinotage & Mourvedre, from many organic locales across Swartland. Unfiltered, unoaked, fruity and smooth, a luscious addition to a summer table.
Côte du Rhone AOP, Grenache/Mourvedre/Syrah, 2012, Xavier Vignon, France
Not your average Côte du Rhône – Xavier is arguably the most experienced winemaker in the valley. His wines are a showcase of classy winemaking. This vintage has a beautiful colour and a generous nose, full of fruit and spice.
Beaumont Syrah, 2014, David Reynaud, Crozes-Hermitage, France
The grapes in this 100% Syrah are farmed fully Biodynamically and hand-harvested in Beaumont-Monteux. Rich, peppery and powerful, incredible with red meat, mushroom, and rich vegetable dishes.
Carnuntum Blaufränkish, 2012, Muhr-Van der Niepoort, Carnuntum, Austria
Elegant, dark and beautifully smooth, this 100% Blaufränkish is a true labour of love which is reflected in it’s taste. Aromas of dark fruit, chocolate and wild flowers burst on the palate with a long, sophisticated finish.
CRFT Arranmore, Pinot Noir, 2014, Piccadilly Valley – Adelaide Hills, Australia
A deliciously fruity number, this Pinot is sweet and inviting, bursting with pomegranate and berry flavours. The grapes are handpicked and pressed in French oak. Unfiltered for a juicy, natural finish.
Suertes del Marques La Solana, Listan Negro, 2012, Valle de la Orotava DO, Tenerife
A juicy, smoky & elegant wine produced using grapes from 100-year-old vines indigenous to this volcanic island. A long mineral finish also offers herbaceous tones of lavender & some subtle spice.
Vino di Anna ‘Qvevri’ Etna DOC, 2014, Anna Martens, Etna Rosso, Italy
If you have never tried the beautiful Nerello Mascalese grape then perhaps you should begin with this masterpiece of natural wine making by Eric Narioo & Anna. They tend their 60-100-year-old bush vines on the basalt soils of Mount Etna, where the cool nights give a delightful freshness to the sweet Nerello fruits.
Ultreia Valtuille, Mencia, 2012, Raul Perez, Bierzo DO, Spain
Made using 100% Mencia grapes, this single vineyard wine offers up crushed red fruit in abundance, forest floor aromas & an unbelievably velvety palate. Pure bliss with beef, veal or even rich fish dishes.
Prosecco Treviso DOC, Sorelle Bronca, Modi, Treviso, Italy
Organic, clean, and filled with deliciously crisp ripe pear & citrus fruit character – the model of a perfect prosecco.£6.75£33.75
Coates & Seely Britagne, Brut Reserve, NV, Hampshire
Offering aromas of fresh green apple, nettle & elderflower, this quintessential English wine is bone-dry, with a light mouth-feel and zippy lemony acidity. Rather than Champagne, this is “Britagne”.£9.5£59.5
Coates & Seely Britagne, Rosé, NV, Hampshire
This pale and delicately constructed wine has a vibrant palate with the sweet fruitiness of rosehips & strawberries lingering in the mouth and finishes with pure and electrifying acidity.£10£65.5
Classic Cuvee, 2011, Court Garden, Sussex
On the nose are aromas of young pineapple and greengage & tight bubbles leads to a long, elegant finish. A true labour of love and a great English wine.£68
L’Inattendue, 2009, Blanc de Blanc, Montagne de Reims 
Vinified and aged in oak, this Blanc de blanc (100% Chardonnay) is highly refined champagne with a velvety palate and nose of peach & white flowers.£74
Nelson ‘Sweet Agnes’ Riesling, 2014, Seifried, Redwood Valley, New Zealand
Elegant, rich and deliciously moreish with notes of golden honey and blood orange. This award-winning Riesling is the perfect companion to sweet dishes. £4.75 
Castello di Brolio Vin Santo, 2007, Barone Ricasoli, Chianti, Italy
Complex and aromatic, this beautiful “Vin Santo” reflects the historic wine-making practices of the region. Amber in colour with flavours of raisin, apricot and toasted almond, it is fantastic with both dessert and cheese.£6.75
Maury Red, 2010, Hecht & Bannier, France
Created from early Twentieth Century Grenache Noir vines, this simply excels on all levels: incense-like aromas of sweet dried fruits lead into a perfectly balanced, super-concentrated palate of cherry, almond, blackberry & prune.£7.5
Cálem LBV Port, 2009, Portugal 
Aged in oak casks, this rich and seductive port sings of red fruit combined with floral nuances. The taste shows intense fruity flavours with fantastic depth. Sweet and velvety, with a refreshing acidity & well-balanced subtle tannins. 
Pedro Ximinez, ‘El Maestro’, Spain
Vinified in super old barrels, this 100% PX sherry spends 15 years undergoing oxidative aging and is bottle unfiltered. The result is a nose of exotic spice & caramel with a dense, silky & raisin-like palate. Unbelievably good with chocolate!£5
Bota No. 42 Manzanilla, Spain
This Manzanilla has an intensely fresh nose, with apple & grass notes. The palate is creamy with hints of chamomile. An incredibly good sherry with very limited production. £5.5
Berneroy Calvados No. 25 XO                                     6.5
Somerset Cider Brandy 5 year                                    5
Baron de Sigognac Bas Armagnac 10                       5.5
Francois Voyer Cognac VS                                           4.5
Francois Voyer Cognac XO                                          12.5
Ragnaud Sabourin 35 Grande Champagne            17.25     
Marolo Grappa di Moscato, 2013                               7.5     
Marolo Grappa di Moscato, Apres 5 years, 2009    9.5
WHISKY  (35ml)
Woodford Reserve  
Hibiki Harmony
Bruichladdich Islay
Smokehead Islay
Caol Ila 12 year
Oban 14 year
Ancnoc Rutter
Highland Park 18 year