Bar 

 
As a free house our bar always has a range of locally brewed ales & ciders on tap along with popular soft drinks. 
 
We also stock an extensive variety of wines that are available by the glass, half bottle and full bottle. The West Country is one of the top wine producing regions in the UK as such our wine list includes a range of locally produced wines for you to choose from. 
 

Hot Drinks 

Liquor Coffees 
 
Espresso 
 
Café latte 
 
Double espresso 
 
Cappuccino 
 
Mocha 
 
Americano 
 
Hot chocolate 
 
Pot of tea 
 
Cream teas 
(Two homemade scones, Devon jam, clotted cream and a pot of tea. Served 
every day from 10am-6pm) 
£5.25 
 
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£2.75 
 
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£5.00 per person 

Red Wines 

Red wines are designated letters A to E with A being the lightest and softest and E being the deepest and fullest with a concentrated flavour. 
1 1 | Merlot, Estampilla de Genio, Central Valley, Chile 
 
Easy drinking, soft and plummy with a smooth finish. (C) 13% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
12 | Shiraz, Billycan, South East Australia 
 
Here’s a juicy fruity Aussie red with balanced alcohol to give a deliciously easy drinking Shiraz. It’s time to rediscover just how good the wines from Down Under are tasting. (B) 13.5% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
13 | Rioja, Cormoran, La Rioja, Spain 
 
Bright cherry red with masses of red berry fruit flavours leading into richer, warmer fruits with a hint of vanilla. Well-balanced, lingering and harmonious. (B) 14% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
14 | Cabernet Sauvignon, Urmeneta, Central Valley, Chile 
 
Dark, ruby colour, full of red fruit aromas, perfectly mixed with sweet vanilla and coconut notes. It has a fresh mouthfeel, medium body, soft tannins and a long, pleasant finish. (C) 13.5% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
15 | Malbec, Tamari, Mendoza, Argentina 
 
Soft red fruit notes with elegantly smooth tannins and a lingering finish. A great example of Argentina’s hallmark red wine. (C) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £18.25 | 125ml £3.15 | 175ml £4.40 | 250ml £6.25 
 
16 | Pinot Noir, Rue des Amis, Languedoc, France 
 
Exceptionally smooth with soft tannins, red fruit aromas and cherry flavours. A lighter red and very food friendly. (B) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £18.50 
 
17 | Merlot, Wandering Bear, California, USA 
 
Plummy red fruit with a sweet herbal note. Sumptuous and full of plum, cherry and vanilla flavours. (B) 13% vol 
 
Bottle £19.50 
 
18 | Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Riserva, Tor del Colle, Botter 
Abruzzo, Italy 
 
Intense and concentrated on the nose with cherry flavours and notes of blackberries and liquorice. Dry and herbaceous on the palate, rounded and mouthfilling. (C) 13.5% vol 
 
Bottle £21.50 
 
19 | Beaujolais, Terra Iconia, Burgundy, France 
 
An abundance of intense berry fruits such as redcurrant, blackberry and blueberry. A subtle, floral peony fragrance lingers on the palate and combines with mineral notes and round, silky tannins to give a balanced glass with a lengthy, fruity finish. (A) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £23.00 
 
20 | Ermita de San Felices Rioja Reserva, Bodegas Santalba 
Rioja, Spain 
 
Intensely concentrated with blackberry fruit and wonderful enriching sweetness. Beginning to show meaty, gamey, leathery development with a finish that lasts forever. Fabulous! (D) 14% vol 
 
Bottle £27.50 
 
Please Note: 
 
% volumes may vary depending on availability. 
 
Wines on this list may contain sulphites, egg or milk products. 

White Wine 

White & Rosé wines are designated numbers 1 to 9 with 1 being the driest and 9 being the sweetest. 
1 | Chenin Blanc, Lion Ridge, Western Cape, South Africa 
 
This fruity, medium style white leaps out of its skin with zesty lemon tropical freshness followed on by more rounded melon flavours. (3) 13% vol 
 
Bottle £15.25 | 125ml £2.60 | 175ml £3.65 | 250ml £5.15 
 
2 | Sauvignon Blanc, Estampilla de Genio Central Valley, Chile 
 
Straightforward and easy drinking with plenty of ripe fruits. (1) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
3 | Garganega-Pinot Grigio, Tanti Petali, Botter, Veneto, Italy 
 
Light and leafy with a hint of pear and blossom. An easygoing match for almost anything. (2) 12% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
4 | Chardonnay, Rue des Amis, Languedoc, France 
 
Pale gold in colour with a bouquet of ripe peaches and a hint of vanilla. This easy drinking Chardonnay culminates in a delicious, round, fresh finish. (2) 12% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
5 | Sauvignon Blanc, Taworri, Marlborough, New Zealand 
 
Benchmark New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with all the classic notes this style of wine is famed for - crisp zesty character, gooseberry fruit, grassy notes and utterly delicious. (2) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £21.00 | 125ml £3.60 | 175ml £5.05 | 250ml £7.20 
 
6 | Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine, Chereau Carré, Loire, France 
 
Dry, crisp, and fresh with a sea breeze and light almond character. Carries a light and easy natural style. (1) 12% vol 
 
Bottle £19.25 
 
7 | Gavi La Battistina, Araldica, Piemonte, Italy 
 
Brilliantly bright and fresh with charming poached pear and peach fruit flavours. Zesty acidity with a hint of minerality on the finish. (2) 13% vol 
 
Bottle £20.00 
 
8 | Pinot Gris, Esk Valley, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 
 
Understated, yet full and quietly grand. It makes a very good all-purpose wine with freshness, broad fruit style and good weight well combined. (2) 13% vol 
 
Bottle £21.50 
 
9 | Sancerre, Domaine Neveu, Loire, France 
 
Classic wine from the historical home of Sauvignon. Not only does it have an elegant ‘gunflint’ minerality, but the grassy, gooseberry fruit carries through the citrus richness. (1) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £25.00 
 
10 | Chablis, Jean Deligny, Burgundy, France 
 
A rich and complex wine with a wonderful, fat structure in the mouth and the charming typical Chardonnay aromas of butter or brioche. Harmonious, fine and elegant with an excellent aromatic linger. (1) 12.5% vol 
 
Bottle £27.50 

Rose Wines 

White & Rosé wines are designated numbers 1 to 9 with 1 being the driest and 9 being the sweetest. 
12 | Pinot Grigio Rosato, Tanti Petali, Botter, Italy 
 
Very light and refreshing with a delicate pear-drop fruit. Absolutely bright and fresh, terrifically easy to drink. (1) 12% vol 
 
Bottle £17.25 | 125ml £3.00 | 175ml £4.25 | 250ml £6.00 
 
12 | Zinfandel Rosé, Falling Petal, California, USA 
 
Medium sweet rosé, displaying classic strawberry fruit flavours. (4) 10.5% vol 
 
Bottle £17.95 | 125ml £3.10 | 175ml £4.30 | 250ml £6.15 
 

Sparkling Wine & Champagne 

23 | Prosecco Spumante, Tenuta Ca’Bolani, Italy 
 
Pale straw-yellow and a fine, clear mousse with delicate bubbles. Exuberantly fruity, aromatic, with appley notes. Well-balanced and easy-drinking with delicate hints of almond. (1) 11% vol 
 
Bottle £22 | 125ml £4.00 
 
24 | Pebblebed Brut, Devon, England 
 
An award-winning wine from Topsham in Devon. Aged for a minimum of three years on the lees, this is full of crisp apple fruit flavours with a delicate sparkling mousse. (2) 11.5% vol 
 
Bottle £37.00 
 
25 | Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut, Champagne, France 
 
Firm, with yeasty brioche notes following through to enrich the fruit flavour. Taut style and solid finish. (1) 12% vol 
 
Bottle £50 
 
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