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Wines by the glass

Di Giorgio Pinot Noir Chardonnay – 11.00
Coonawarra, SA

All Saints Moscato – 6.50
2010, South Australia

Sevenhill Inigo Riesling – 6.50
2012, Clare Valley, SA

Reschke Sauvignon Blanc – 7.00
2011, Coonawarra, SA

Babich Black Label Pinot Gris – 6.50
2012, Marlborough, N Z

Schild Estate Unwooded Chardonnay – 7.00
2013, Barossa Valley, SA

House Wine (white or red) – 5.00

Balgownie Black Label Pinot Noir – 7.50
2013, Yarra Valley, VIC

Canonbah Bridge Rams Leap Merlot – 7.00
2009, Riverina, NSW

Formby & Adams Cabernet Sauvignon – 7.00
2009, Langhorne Creek, SA

Maverick Shiraz – 7.50
2010, Barossa, SA

White Wine

Sevenhill Inigo Riesling – 27.00
2013, Clare Valley, SA
The vibrant favours and aromas of zesty citrus and lime with floral overtones of this wine, followed by a crisp and clean finish perfectly underline why Clare Valley Rieslings are renowned worldwide.

Pressing Matters RO Riesling – 45.00 
2012, Coal Valley, TAS
Sometimes one wonders if the R on Pressing Matters wines stands for residual sugar or ripper!! This R0 Riesling is very dry and has intense lime /citrus florals combined with a balanced, elegant palate. A great acid line and backbone ensures that this wine will continue to improve for many years.

Schild Estate Frontignac – 32.00 
2012, Barossa, SA
Aromatic, expressive and delicate with an intense varietal perfume of  white flowers. This is supported by notes of subtle citrus and lemon sherbet along with glimpses of tropical guava. A hint of tell tale Frontignac muskiness make this sweeter style a delight to explore.

Maxwell Verdelho “Little Demon” – 35.00
2012, McLaren Vale, SA
Fresh and dry with refreshing flavours of pear, crisp apple and lime combined with lifted honeysuckle notes make this verdelho a real crowd pleaser with or without food.

Babich Black Label Sauvignon Blanc – 32.00
2013, Marlborough, NZ
From a family who has been producing Sauvignon Blanc for 95 years, Babich is one of the best. Richer on the palate than most and brimming with lively flavours of tropical fruits and heady aromatic overtones with a crisp lively finish. This is how a New Zealand Sauvignon should taste!

Reschke Sauvignon Blanc – 30.00 
2011, Coonawarra, SA
This Sauvignon is not a ‘full on’ passionfruit number, but more gooseberry, tropical fruit and lemon zest with hints of fruit salad over a background toasty oak and nuttiness. The texture is full, rich and flavoured with the creaminess of barrel ferment on the mid palate.

Rocca Ventosa Pinot Grigio – 29.00 
2012, Italy
A cheeky and lively wine that dances with fruit driven flavours of nashi pear and lychee with a refreshing long dry finish. A delightful wine that will leave you wanting more.

Babich Black Label Pinot Gris  – 30.00 
2012, Marlborough, N Z
A captivating combination of spicy pear and pink grapefruit introduces the nose. Warm and full fruited with floral notes lifting up from the glass. The entry on the palate is full and generous. Granny smith apples, honey and pear unite beautifully with citrus.

Finca de Arantei Albarino – 45.00
2011, Rias Baixas, Spain
Single vineyard from Spain’s seaside wine region. This wine has fresh notes of citrus – it is full bodied and tasty with good acidity and a long finish. This wine matches beautifully with the scallops and other seafood dishes.

Meerea Park XYZ Chardonnay – 36.00
2012, Hunter Valley, NSW
Deliciously rich, with flavours of yellow peach finely bound with the delicate use of oak. This is a sumptuous wine to be enjoyed with slightly richer dishes.

Schild Estate Unwooded Chardonnay – 29.00 
2013, Barossa Valley, SA
A delightful find! After fermentation in stainless steel tanks at low temperatures the nose presents with notes of banana, tropical fruit and lemongrass; while the palate has traces of stone fruit and rock melon.

Dessert Wine

Juniper Estate Cane Cut Riesling – 8.00/36.00
2008, Margaret River, WA
Unctuous on the palate yes, but definitely not sugary sweet. The well defined acidity to finish makes this wine very versatile with dessert or cheese.

Stella Bella Sparkling Pink Muscat – 6.50/25.00
2010, Margaret River, WA
A vibrant bouquet of fresh grapes, rose petals, Turkish delight and delicate musk. This wine is deliciously sweet and fresh at the same time.

Beer and Cider

Hahn Premium Light – 4.80
Boags Premium Light – 5.00
XXXX Gold – 4.80
Peroni Leggera – 5.00
Tooheys New – 5.00
Tooheys Old – 5.00
Boags Premium – 6.50
Tooheys Extra Dry – 6.00
Coopers Pale Ale – 7.00
Hillbilly crushed apple cider – 6.00
Hillbilly crushed pear cider – 6.00
Pure Blonde – 6.00
Crown Lager – 6.50
Corona – 7.00
Peroni – 8.00


Standard Spirits – 6.50
Middle Shelf – 8.00
Top Shelf  – 9.00
Hanwood Port – 9.00
Galway Pipe Port – 9.00
Penfolds Grandfather Port – 9.00
All Saints Muscat – 6.50
All Saints Tokay – 6.50

Non Alcoholic Beverages

San Pellegrino – 5.00
Mandarino, Aranciata Rossa, Limonata, Aranciata Amara, Sparkling

Soft Drinks and Juices – 3.50
Diet Coke
Coke Zero
Soda water
Dry ginger ale
Mineral water
Ginger beer
Juices~ Orange, Pineapple, Apple, Tomato, Cranberry

Mocktail – 6.50
See bar staff

San Pellegrino -1litre – 6.00

Sparkling Wine

Di Giorgio Pinot Noir Chardonnay – 11.00
Coonawarra, SA
A traditional blend offering spicy fruit and freshly baked bread characters amid a pool of strawberry bubbles. A wine that will bring any occasion to life!

Quarisa Johnny Q  Brut Cuvee – 21.00
NV, South Australia
A versatile wine with a broad tropical nose and showing some toasty development. The palate is simple and quite sweet. Enjoy with good friends and family times.

All Saints Moscato – 25.00
2010, South Australia
Packed with crisp, grapey flavour, lush ripe fruit and tingly bubbles, this wine is fresh and lively. The perfect aperitif.

Guerrieri Rizzardi Prosecco (Extra Dry) – 30.00
NV, Italy
With citrus aromas and a hint of yeast, this light gold wine is not particularly intense. It’s real appeal is on the palate: dry, crisp, savoury and refreshing. It has reasonable length and a nice aftertaste.

Lois Blanc de Blanc – $35
2012, Adelaide Hills, SA
This sparkling presents with the palest lemon and green hues and aromas of lemon sorbet, cracked wheat, fresh green apple. It has a clean lemon/lime palate with taut acid length. Perfect with Oysters!!

Red Wine

Charles Melton ‘Rose of Virginia’ – 32.00
2013, Barossa Valley, SA
The Rose of Virginia, named not after the place but after a flaxen haired beauty, is a serious yet refreshing wine; both demure and outspoken at once. It offers plenty of flavour with a nose that has perfumed strawberry notes. The palate is fresh and clean with a touch of sweetness, balanced by crisp acidity.

TeAwa Left Field Syrah – 38.00 
2012, Hawkes Bay, NZ
This wine has an appealing richness. One might be taken in by the florals and spice, yet beneath lurks a suggestion of cranberry and raspberry. The  nappiness of the acidity detracts somewhat from the sweetness, but provides another dimension to this delightful wine.

Balgownie Black Label Pinot Noir – 36.00 
2013, Yarra Valley, VIC
Balgownie are one of Bendigo’s finest producers. We love that seductive aroma that only Pinot can give off, it’s earthy and spiked with cherries, a little plum and stalky earthiness. It’s a silky, light bodied red with superb concentration and balance, ending with a fine tannin framework.

Gerard Bertrand Reserve Speciale Pinot Noir – 55.00
2011, Languedoc, FRANCE
This winery was awarded “best red wine maker in the world” at the 2012 International Wine Challenge. So, you be the judge, and try this delightfully fruity wine which offers aromas of ripe cherry, wild raspberry and spices. The tannins are silky and the finish is elegant and well-balanced

Chianti Colli Fiorentini Reserva – 42.00
2011, Tuscany, Italy
From a winery established in the 1500’s in Tuscany, Italy, this wine is made from mainly Sangiovese grapes. It is a true Chianti, displaying cherry and blackberry notes.

Sevenhill Inigo Merlot – 32.00 
2012, Clare Valley, SA
Sevenhill produces one of Australia’s better Merlots. Seductive flavours of velvety dark cherries and a hint of spice formulate the sex appeal in this wine. The long and cascading flavours on the palate keeps the drinker wanting more.

Canonbah Bridge Rams Leap Merlot – 27.00
2009, Riverina, NSW
This certified organic wine uses low yields and small berries to create its intense ruby colour. The nose is herbaceous with a hint of plum. The palate displays black cherries rounded out with American oak, creating overtones of clove and mocha with a smooth finish.

Cape Barren GSM – 34.00
2011, McLaren Vale, SA
Deep cherry red in colour and delivering intense plum and prune aromas, with a hint of cassis and five-spice. This wine is a delicious accompaniment to any meal. 94/100 James Halliday.

Formby & Adams Cabernet Sauvignon – 35.00
2009, Langhorne Creek, SA
Medium bodied, providing an explosion of raspberry and dark chocolate, oak and fruit.

Reschke Vitulus Cabernet Sauvignon – 43.00
2009, Coonawarra, SA
Black currant and vanilla–like oak with just a hint of cabernet stalkiness. The palate is round in structure and soft in texture. This wine has plenty of cassis and spicy, almost peppery flavours.

Skillogalee Basket Pressed ‘The Cabernets’ – 35.00
2010, Clare Valley, SA
This Cabernet blend (Cab Sauv 87%, Malbec 11% and Cab Franc 2%) is another dark, rich wine in the Skillogalee tradition, with intense colour and powerful vibrant aromas and flavours. The wine is full and elegant with cassis, cherry fruit and black olive flavours.

Cantina Tollo Aldiano ‘Montepulciano’ – 45.00
d’Abruzzo’’ 2010, Abruzzo , ITALY
This wine displays excellent colour saturation with opaque black purple colour and purple black hue. Aromas of black cherry, confectionery, liquorice all sorts and spice followed by some earth nuances.

Woodstock Octogenarian Grenache Tempranillo – 42.00 
2011, McLaren Vale, SA
Light in colour with youthful violet hues, medium bodied in style and food friendly. An aromatic fruit of blood plums and bright red cherries coat the palate with a delicate touch of cinnamon and white pepper spice, supple yet textural.

Tar and Roses Tempranillo – 28.00
2012, Heathcote, VIC
Tempranillo is a Spanish grape variety. It is dense and vibrant with juicy, ripe fruit flavours. Fruitcake, mulberries, spice and earth are also on the balanced and long palate. 91/100 James Halliday.

Maverick Shiraz – 32.00
2010, Barossa, SA
The palate boasts excellent concentration and is filled with generous ripe liquorice, blackberry, confectionary and spice flavours, followed by a persistent black pepper back palate. Fine grained tannin structure. The vineyard is committed to the ideology of sustainable agriculture and therefore applies biodynamic principles to its winemaking.

Cape Barren Old Vine Shiraz  Reserve – 56.00
2010, McLaren Vale, SA
Full bodied and richly textured on the palate, intense plum and prune aromas, with a hint of lavender. The Old Vine Shiraz provides densely packed black fruits in the company of star anise and mocha. 4 stars, Winestate Magazine Nov 2009.

Reshke ‘Bos’ Cabernet Sauvignon – 65.00
2005, Coonawarra, SA
The fruit is ripe yet perfumed with blackberry, blueberry and classic Coonawarra mint characters. These are complimented by vanilla and cedar– like oak characters.


Margarita – 13.00
Tequila, Cointreau and lime.

Orange & Lychee Caprioska – 13.00
Vodka, Orange liqueur, Orange & Lychees

Fleurs – 13.00
Peach Liqueur, Midori, lime juice grenadine and lemonade.

Classic Mojito – 13.00
Bacardi , lime, mint, sugar syrup and soda  (Raspberry Mojito also available)

Almond Joy – 13.00
Malibu, Amaretto, Crème de Cacao and cream

Toblerone Toblerone – 13.00
Frangelico, Baileys, Kahlua, cream and honey.

Apple Pie Apple Pie – 13.00
Vanilla Galliano, Belvedere vodka, Tanqueray gin, apple juice and a dash of lemon squash, garnished with cinnamon sugar.

Traditional Martini – 13.00
Tanquary Gin, combined with dry Vermouth. Garnished with an olive or lemon… Shaken or stirred.