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    Eat. Sleep. And drink wine.

    A feast for the eyes as well as the palate, and a pick me up for the soul, The Vineyard is a real treat for anyone wanting to getaway for the weekend.

    Your break at a glance:

    • 2 nights in a luxurious room
    • 7 course tasting dinner with matching wines
    • 5 course tasting dinner
    • 2 relaxing spa treatments
    • Full English breakfast
    • Full use our "5 Bubbles" spa
    • Bottle of Peter Michael wine
    • Signed copy of Daniel Galmiche's cookbook.

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Iconic Wine Nights - exceptional wines by the glass at cost price

Every weekend, we showcase and open a special bottle of wine for you to sample, hand-picked by our sommelier team.

Each wine has been chosen for its prestige and critical acclaim, available by the glass at cost price offering you the opportunity to broaden your vinous horizons.

Please note we do not have an Icon Wine for Friday 7th and Saturday 8th August.

Friday 31st July and Saturday 1st August 2015

2005 Gevrey-Chambertin, Mes Cinq Terroirs, Domaine Denis Mortet, Burgundy
£30 per 125ml glass. Current wine list price - £230

Tonight, I wanted to choose the 2005 Gevrey-Chambertin a town in the Côte de Nuits producing some of Burgundy’s most renowned red wines. With 400 hectares of vineyard area this is the largest wine-producing region in the Cote d’Or.

The wines of Gevrey-Chambertin are sturdy, bigger and heavier than those of their neighbours Vosne-Romanée.

The 2005 Mes Cinq Terroirs perpetuates the practice of combining the fruit from Au Velle, En Motrot, Combe du Dessus, En Deree and En Champs (all downhill from Champeaux on the North side of Gevrey) into a single and – at least in this instance - highly synergistic village wine, representing nearly half of the estates total acreage. Fruit from these sites are co-fermented in two lots segregated by age of vine, and then blended.

This fine wine has a fresh, very ripe and moderately earthy nose that features ripe black fruits with carnal, fungal, and mineral nuances. These combine for a clear, bright, satin-textured, and substantially-concentrated impression, free of any superficial sweetness and successfully resisting the influence of the all-new barrels.

Long, rolling low tones of black fruits and forest floor complete a picture very 2005 in its combination of bright fresh fruit acids with dark, even slightly sombre hues of flavour. There is ample mid-palate fat that does a fine job of buffering the relatively fine underlying structure and this should be approachable young but have the capacity to age.

Please reserve your glass with reception before 7pm on Friday 31st of July and Saturday 1st August 2015.


Romain Bourger
Head Sommelier


Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July 2015                                                                      

2007 Domaine de Montille, Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, Burgundy

£35 per 125ml glass. Current wine list price - £250

Tonight, I wanted to choose the Domaine de Montille, Corton Charlemagne wine which was established in Volnay in the mid-18th century. 


Domaine de Montille is one of the leading domains in Burgundy with considerable holdings across the Cote d’Or.  Wrapped around the mountain of Corton, the wines can be found on the southwest side of Aloxe-Corton, between 200 and 300 metres of altitude on clay soils.  Domaine de Montille has never used herbicides and abandoned chemical fertilisers in 1985 when it began using compost. The domain transitioned to organics in 1995 then to bio dynamics in 2005 and is now Ecocert Bio certified.


A quite densely fruited nose delivers real complexity as well as elegance with mostly floral notes to the otherwise ripe green apples and stone aromas.  There is excellent richness to the full-bodied, serious and textured broad-shouldered flavours that possess an abundance of palate-staining extract that culminate in a focused, powerful and explosive finish.  This is terrific and dramatic wine that is loaded with personality and sheer character


Great with cheeses and fish.


Please reserve your glass with reception before 7pm on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June 2015.    

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