Wine List 2018

Champagne Selection

1. Paul Langier Brut NV (1)

Produced from a cuvee of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, it is elegant dry Champagne with a gentle mousse and fine flavours. IWC commended 2007.

2. Paul Langier Rose NV (2)

This Rose Champagne is a blend of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with the addition of red wine from the Champagne region. IWC commended 2007.

3. Lanson Black Label Brut NV (2)

Dating back to 1798, The Cross of The Order of Malta remains the prestigious symbol of Lanson Champagne. Very clean and fresh. IWC silver medal winner 2007.

4. Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label NV (3)

A quality Champagne dominated by Pinot Noir with a firm structure rounded with a touch of Pinot Meunier. Simply one of the best.

5. Bollinger Special Cuvee (2)

Special Cuvee is produced entirely by Bollinger. The blend is harvested from around 30 different Crus in Champagne. One of the finest Champagnes available.


Sparkling Wine Selection

6. Marques de la Sardana, Spain (3)

This wonderful Cava offers inviting aromas of green pears and apple blossom which lead to a crisp zesty fruit and a generous sparkling finidh. IWC bronze medal winner 2007.

7. Marques de la Sardana, Spain (2)

This vibrant Rose Cava offers hints of strawberries, raspberries and vanilla supported by fine bubbles.


Rose Wine Selection

9. Don Victorina, Tempranillo - Shiraz Rosada, Spain (2)

Mouth watering red berry aromas and ripe, succulent strawberry flavours in this delicious crisp and dry rose.

10. White Zinfandel, Willowood, California, USA (2)

A lively fruity rose wine with aromas of red summer fruits and a whisper of sweetness on the palate.


White Wine Selection

11. Willowood Unoaked Chardonnay (2)

A superb wine from the renowned Central Valley in California. The wine is made using state of the art techniques producing a crisp, dry white wine with refreshing citrus fruit characters and a typical light buttery finish.

12. Senora Rosa Sauvignon Blanc, Central Valley, Chile (2)

Fresh Pinot Grigio with good weight and balance. Stone fruit characters and hints of white flowers are present.

13. Botter IGT Pinot Grigio, Italy(2)

Fresh Pinot Grigio with good weight and balance. Stone fruit characters and hints of white flowers are present.

14. Piesporter Michelsberg, Qba, Schmitt & Soehne, Germany (4)

Typically well made Piesporter, light and floral on the nose with clean fruit and sweetness on the palate.

15. Goyenecha Torrontes, Mendoza, Argentina (3)

This variety is widely planted in Argentina where it thrives in the high altitude vineyards, resulting in an easy drinking and rich aromatic white wine.

16. Katherine Hills Unoaked Chardonnay, South Australia (2)

This wine has no oak contact, the result ia a fruit driven style full of tropical fruits.

17. DeWaal Young Wines, Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch, South Africa (2)

This wine is a refreshing mouthwatering wine, very easy to drink on its own or with seafood.

18.Beronia, Rioja Blanco, Spain(1)

Made from100% Viura with no oak contact. This delicate wine has aromas of peach and lily petals.

19. Chablis, Reserve de Montaigu, J Moreau et Fils, Burgundy, France (1)

Pale gold in colour with slight green tinges and a fruity nose with butter and hazelnut aromas.

20. Sauvignon Blanc, Jackson Estate, Green Lip, New Zealand (2)

Nectarine and passion fruit flavours are layered with ripe herbal characters, with delicate yeast lees complexities creating wonderful palate weight and mouth feel. IWC bronze medal winner 2007

21. Sancerre, Domaine Bonnard, France (1)

A fresh and vivacious Sancerre, with lots of zesty fruits, good acidity and a long finish


Red Wine Selection

22. Willowood Merlot (C)

California is becoming recognised for the high quality of the ripe merlot grapes that it produces. A soft rounded red with hints of ripe red berries and supple tannins.


23. Still Bay Pinotage, South Africa (C)

Soft smoky flavours with plum and cherry fruit, a great example of Pinotage.

24. Cotes Du Rhone, Mazets de St Victor, France (C)

Grenache Syrah blend with delicious dark bramble and blackcurrant flavour, juicy tannins and white pepper on the finish.

25. Goyenecha Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina (D)

Good fruit with rich flavours combined with the tannins in this well structured wine to produce an excellent example of what Argentina is capable of.

26. Merlot, DeWaal Young Vines 2009, Stellenbosch, South Africa (B)

This is a velvety soft wine with flavours of creamy blackberries. Easy to drink and a good partner to gilled meats.

27. Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Torreon de Parades, Chile (D)

Deep ruby red colour and ripe red fruit aromas of blackcurrant and strawberry from the upper slopes of the Rapel region.


28. Dom Ramos Rioja, Spain (C)

90% Tempranillo and 10% Garnacha, thsi wine spends 14 months in oak and 12 months bottled prior to release. The result is a classy Crianza with cherries, red berries, vanilla and luscious tannins.

29.Chianti Classico, Botter, Italy (C)

Plenty of ripe plums and tobacco on the nose, with flavours of forest fruit and cherries, overlaid with coffee and leather notes from over two years of ageing. IWC bronze medal winner 2007


30. Crozes Hermitage, La Rollande, Rhone, France (D)

Dark purple in colour, intense blackcurrant aromas with touches of violet, pepper, liquqroce and black olives. Harmonious in the mouth a firm wine with fine tannins

31. Pinot Noir, Jackson Estates Vintage Widow, New Zealand (B)

Generous, ripe tannins and a fine backbone of acidity, produces a cracking Pinot Noir with varietal integrity.

32. Chateauneuf du Pape, Cellier des Princes, Rhone, France (E)

This wine has an impressive structure with notes of coffee and chocolate. A substantial wine with a degree of elegance. Winner of the Chateauneuf de Pape trophy 2007. IWC gold medal winner 2007.


Local Perthshire Wines From Cairn O Mohr

33. Elderberry

Most popular medium red wine, very full bodied. Berries from wild stock, dark and delicious.

34. Autumn Oak Leaf

Made from oak leaves, freshly picked from the Perthshire woods and made into a strong tea. Oranges, lemons and sugar are added then the fruity brew is fermented for three weeks on a wine yeast. Absolutley delicious.


Braes O Gowrie Non Alcoholic Sparkling

35. Elderflower

A big seller. Handpicked, sweet selling elderflowers and lemons with a popping cork. A premium drink for all sorts of occasions or just as a day to day treat (kids love it too). A regular great taste award winner. Medium sweet 0% ABV.

36. Elderberry

This is a very red non-alcoholic sparkling drink made from the wild berries and some flowers of the Elder tree. Popular with the vampire community (as a very light refreshment). Medium sweet 0% ABV.


Wine Taste Codes

White Wine: 1=Dry to 9=Sweet.

Red Wine: A=Light to E=Full bodied.

All prices are inclusive of VAT at the standard rate. If one vintage ceases to be availale the next suitable one will be offered. All table and quality wines have an alcoholic content of between 7% and 15% ABV.