2021
The Tulach
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The Tulach Wine List

White Wine

 

The Old Gum Tree Chardonnay, Australia 2019 Vol 13% £18

Juicy notes of peach and lemon blossom and a creamy slather of vanilla combine for a crisp refreshing finish, making this an enjoyable easy drinking wine

Crescendo Pinot Grigio, Italy, 2019 (vegan) 12% Vol £18 

A crisp and elegant wine with enticing fruit aromas and flavours

Kokako Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand, 2019 12.5% Vol £22

With tropical fruit, passion fruit and citrus; this is a typically intense Kiwi Sauvignon with a bright, clean finish.  Perfect for fish dishes and salads 

Rosé Wine

Le Bois desViolettes Rosé, South of France, 2019 (vegan) 12% Vol £19

Light and crisp, packed with berry flavours and a subtle hint of violets, Delightfully fresh and smooth on the palate

Red Wine

Marques de Calado Tempranillo, Spain, 2019 12.5% Vol £18

Ripe dark cherry and soft raspberry are complimented by cinnamon and clove spice

in this medium-bodied wine 

Vina Carrasco Merlot, Chile, 2019 (vegan) 13% Vol £18

This rich Merlot displays a good concentration of smooth plum and black cherry fruit flavours with a soft and plummy texture and hints of vanilla

Aires Andinos Malbec, Argentina, 2019 (vegan) 13.5% Vol £20

Black fruits of the forest and mocha notes leap from the glass

in this soft and supple expression of Malbec

The Old Gum Tree Shiraz, Australia 2019 13% vol £18

A classic fruit driven Shiraz with intense ripe raspberry and cherry flavours

with overtones of vanilla and a peppery finish

Torre Cerere Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy 2019 (vegan) 12% Vol £22

A soft, fruity and approachable red wine with notes of cherry 

and blackcurrant giving this wine a rustic feel

Sparkling Wine

Prosecco Bel Canto, Italy (20cl bottle) Vol 11% £7.50

Extra dry, delicious and aromatic, with fine bubbles carrying

lots of fresh peach and pear with an elegant zest

Aqualta Prosecco DOC, Italy Vol 11.5%  £20 

Obtained from grapevines in selected hilly vineyards. 

Great with fish courses or as an aperitif