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WINE BY THE GLASS 150 ml CHAMPAGNE Laurent-Perrier Brut SPARKLING WINE 2005 Yarrabank Cuvee Guillaume WHITE WINE Riesling 2008 Freycinet Sauvignon Blanc 2009 Summerhouse 2007 Pascal et Nicolas Reverdy Auxerrois 2004 Mount Langi Ghiran Pinot Gris 2008 Paul Kubler Chenin Blanc 2008 Pichot Chardonnay 2008 Hoddles Creek 2007 Laurent Tribut 2009 Dominique Portet ROSE Fontaine RED WINE Pinot Noir 2008 Escarpment Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2006 Massena Shiraz 2006 Balnaves Merlot 2007 Irvine Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2007 Victory Point 2005 Chateau Saint-Christoly The Malee Root Cru Bourgeois DESSERT WINE 90ml 2007 De Bortoli 2006 Chateau Roumieu-Lacoste 2005 Grande Maison 2004 Alain Brumont 2006 Les Clos de Paulilles Noble One Botrytis Semillon Cuvee Classique Cuvee des Anges Les Larmes Celestes Riverina Sauternes, Bordeaux Monbazillac Pacherenc Banyuls, Roussillon 18 18 15 15 16 The Moonlight Run Martinborough Barossa Coonawarra Barossa Margaret River Haut Medoc 21 15 17 17 15 22 'K' Coteau de la Biche East Coast Tasmania Marlborough Sancerre, Loire Valley Grampians Alsace Vouvray, Loire Valley Yarra Valley Chablis Yarra Valley 17 16 19 12 17 16 15 22 14 Yarra Valley 19 Tours-sur-Marne 29

Terre de Maimbray

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HALF BOTTLES 375ml Champagne Pol Roger Krug Champagne Rose Billecart-Salmon White Wine Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2009 Fermoy Estate 2007 Cullen Sauvignon Blanc 2006 Lucien Crochet Chardonnay 2008 Tyrrell’s 2006 Mount Mary Red Wine Pinot Noir 2007 Paringa Estate 2007 Paradigm Hill 2005 Mount Mary 2006 Mongeard-Mugneret 2007 Comte Georges de Vougue Shiraz 2006 Grove Estate 2006 Rockford 2008 Shaw and Smith 2006 Wild Duck Creek Estate Merlot 2004 Irvine Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 Rockford Cabernet Merlot 2005 Mount Mary Provence 2006 Domaine Tempier Bordeaux 2005 Chateau Bernadotte 2005 Chateau Siran 2005 Chateau Soutard Mornington Peninsula Mornington Peninsula Yarra Valley Savigny-les-Beaune Musigny Hilltops Barossa Adelaide Hills Heathcote Eden Valley Barossa Yarra Valley Bandol, Provence Haut Medoc Margaux Saint Emilion 85 75 180 120 570 45 90 55 65 125 65 180 85 75 120 140 Vat 47 Margaret River Margaret River Sancerre, Loire Valley Hunter Valley Yarra Valley 45 65 70 75 120 Cuvee de Reserve Grande Cuvee Brut Brut Rose Epernay Reims Mauriel-sur-Aÿ 90 240 135

Mangan Vineyard

L'ami sage Les Narbantons Premier Cru Grand Cru Cellar Block Shiraz Viognier Basket Press Springflat Grand Merlot Rifle Range Quintet Cuvee Classique

Grand Cru Classe

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MAGNUMS 1500 ml Champagne Laurent-Perrier 2002 Louis Roederer 2000 Jacquesson 2000 Dom Perignon Champagne Rose Billecart-Salmon White Wine Gewurztraminer 1997 Trimbach Chardonnay 2004 Leeuwin Estate Red Wine Burgundy 2005 Domaine Collotte 2006 Chateau de la Tour Grenache 2004 Torbreck 2002 Torbreck Domaine Pegau Mourvedre 2004 Torbreck Cabernet Merlot 2004 Cullen 2004 Craggy Range Bordeaux 1985 Château Leoville Las Cases 1996 Lynch Bages 1985 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1985 Chateau Lafite Rothschild Clos de Jeu Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru Les Amis Les Amis Cuvee Laurence The Pict Diana Madeline Sophia Gimblett Gravels Second Growth Fifth Growth First Growth First Growth Marsannay Vourgeot Barossa Barossa Chateauneuf-du-Pape Barossa Margaret River Hawkes Bay Saint Julien Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac 280 1150 1050 1050 920 1000 490 190 3170 2190 5270 7940 Vendages Tardive Art Series Alsace Margaret River 390 390 Grand Siecle Cristal Cuvee Dizy-Corne Bautray Tours-sur-Marne Reims Dizy Epernay Mauriel-sur-Aÿ 880 1250 625 1050 520

Brut Rose

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Sparkling Wine 2005 Yarrabank Sparkling Rose NV Dominique Portet Sparkling Shiraz NV Rockford Champagne Non Vintage Laurent-Perrier Laurent-Perrier Pol Roger Billecart-Salmon Egly-Ouriet Taittinger Krug Vintage 2000 Dom Perignon 1993 Dom Perignon 2003 Moet 1998 Laurent-Perrier 1998 Perrier-Jouet 1998 Billecart-Salmon 2002 Louis Roederer 1996 Krug Blanc de Blancs Pierre Peters 1996 Salon Larmandier Bernier 1996 Taittinger 1995 Krug Blanc de Noirs 1995 Krug Rose Laurent-Perrier Billecart-Salmon Krug

Cuvee Guillaume Brut Rose Black Shiraz

Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Barossa

85 70 185

Brut Grand Siecle Cuvee de Reserve Brut Reserve Grand Brut Tradition Brut Reserve Grande Cuvee Brut

Tours-sur-Marne Tours-sur-Marne Epernay Mauriel-sur-Aÿ Ambonnay Reims Reims Epernay Epernay Epernay Tours-sur-Marne Epernay Mauriel-sur-Aÿ Reims Reims Le Mesnil-Sur-Oger Le Mesnil Vertus Reims Reims Reims Tours-sur-Marne Mauriel-sur-Aÿ Reims

150 480 170 170 210 160 460 410 750 250 485 220 450 490 920 170 900 180 390 1300 10800 190 270 1150

Enotheque Grand Vintage Grand Brut Cuvee Nicholas-Francois Billecart Cristal

Brut Grand Cru Cuvee S Brut Premier cru Comtes de Champagne Clos du Mesnil Clos d'Ambonnay Cuvee Rose Brut Brut Rose

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Gewurztraminer 2009 Spring Vale 2007 Hugel 2007 Mader Riesling 2009 Clonakilla 2008 Bloodwood 2008 Paradigm Hill 2008 Crawford River 2008 Freycinet 2009 Mount Horrocks 2006 Petaluma 2007 Jacob's Creek 2001 Henschke 2008 Kanta by Egon Muller 2009 Muddy Water 2009 Felton Road 2008 Meyer-Fonne 2008 Laurent Barth 2007 Albert Mann 2006 Andre Kientzler 2005 Josmeyer 2005 Binner 2004 Binner 2002 Trimbach 1997 Binner 1988 Trimbach Semillon 2003 Tyrrell's 2007 Christa Rolf 2009 Moss Wood 2007 Juniper Estate White Varietals and Blends 2004 Mount Langi Ghiran 2007 Pierre de la Grange 2006 Chateau Mont-Redon 2001 Domaine Gourt de Mautens Auxerrois Vieilles Vignes Chateauneuf-du-Pape Blanc Bourboulenc Grenache Blanc Grampians Muscadet, Loire Valley Rhone Valley Rasteau, Southern Rhone 55 65 140 150 Vat 1 Hunter Valley Barossa Valley Margaret River Margaret River 135 60 80 65 Watervale Project Company Steingarten Springton Vineyard Balhannah Vineyard Dry Dry Reserve Vieilles Vignes Cuvee Albert Brand Grand Cru Sonnenberg Schlossberg Grand Cru Cuvee Frederic Emile Kaefferkopf Grand Cru Clos St Hune Grand Cru Canberra District Orange Mornington Peninsula South West Victoria East Coast Tasmania Clare Valley Clare Valley Eden Valley Eden Valley Adelaide Hills Waipara, Canterbury Central Otago Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace Alsace 65 70 70 85 65 75 95 75 90 70 75 95 90 90 95 85 240 90 170 160 150 935 East Coast Tasmania Alsace Alsace 70 85 75

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Sauvignon Blanc 2009 Dominique Portet 2008 Gembrook Hill 2009 Geoff Weaver 2009 Summerhouse 2008 Craggy Range 2006 Te Koko 2007 Pascal et Nicolas Reverdy 2006 Lucien Crochet Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2008 Crawford River 2008 Sorrenberg 2008 Cullen 2006 Suckfizzle 2008 Pegasus Bay 2008 Chateau du Fontenille 2007 Clos Floridene 1979 Chateau Laville Haut Brion Pinot Gris 2007 Stefani 2009 Lethbridge 2008 T'Gallant 2009 The Lane 2008 Paul Kubler Chenin Blanc 2008 Pichot 2006 Domaine de Belliviere 2004 Baumard 1996 Nicolas Joly Viognier 2009 Massena 2008 Yalumba 2006 Parc St Charles 2006 André Perret The Surly Muse Virgilius Barossa Eden Valley Rhone Valley Condrieu, Northern Rhone 60 110 90 180 Coteau de la Biche Caligramme Clos du Papillon Clos de la Coulee de Serrant Vouvray, Loire Valley Jasnieres, Loire Valley Savennieres, Loire Valley Savennieres, Loire Valley 80 120 120 250 The View Grace Block 2 'K' Yarra Valley Geelong Mornington Peninsula Adelaide Hills Alsace 75 70 60 80 85 Mangan Vineyard South West Victoria Beechworth Margaret River Margaret River Waipara, Canterbury Entre-Deux-Mers Graves, Bordeaux Graves, Bordeaux 65 85 85 120 75 60 145 400 Te Muna Road Vineyard Terre de Maimbray Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Adelaide Hills Marlborough Martinborough Marlborough Sancerre, Loire Valley Sancerre, Loire Valley 70 85 70 75 90 130 90 90

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Chardonnay 2007 Lake's Folly 2007 Pooles Rock 2006 Tyrrell’s 2006 Even Keel 2007 Giaconda 2006 Savaterre 2008 Hoddles Creek 2008 Coombe Farm 2006 Mount Mary 2007 Curly Flat 2007 Portsea Estate 2008 Derwent Estate 2008 Freycinet 2008 The Lane 2008 Shaw and Smith 2007 Tapanappa 2008 Xanadu 2008 Devil's Lair 2007 Pierro 2007 Cullen 2005 Leeuwin Estate 2008 Felton Road 2007 Au Bon Climat Single Vineyard M3 Tiers Vineyard Hunter Valley Hunter Valley Hunter Valley Tumbarumba Beechworth Beechworth Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Macedon Ranges Mornington Peninsula Derwent Valley, Tasmania East Coast, Tasmania Adelaide Hills Adelaide Hills Adelaide Hills Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Central Otago Santa Barbera 170 95 135 65 270 155 60 65 220 95 85 90 90 60 100 175 80 90 175 220 195 120 110

Vat 47 Estate and Nantua Vineyards

Art Series

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White Burgundy 2007 Laurent Tribut 2007 Jean-Paul et Benoit Droin 2007 Jean-Claude Bessin 2007 Francois Raveneau 2005 Laroche 2004 Vincent Dauvissat 1999 Francois Raveneau 2008 Verget 2007 Guillot-Broux 2006 Etienne Sauzet 2006 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey 2001 Domaine de la Vougeraie 2006 Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey 2005 Henri Boillot 2005 Maison Leroy 2007 Blain-Gagnard 2004 Blain-Gagnard 2007 Maison Leroy 2007 Jean-Louis Chavy 2006 Etienne Sauzet 2007 Domaine Leflaive 2006 Domaine Leflaive 2005 Domaine Leflaive 2005 Domaine Leflaive 2004 Domaine Leflaive 2007 Blain-Gagnard 2007 Fontaine-Gagnard 2007 Blain-Gagnard 2006 Domaine Leflaive 2004 Bouchard Pere & Fils 2006 Domaine Leflaive La Chateniere Premier Cru Clos Blanc de Vougeot Premier Cru Grand Cru Les Charmes Premier Cru Les Perrieres Premier Cru Caillerets Premier Cru La Boudriotte Premier Cru Les Charmes Premier Cru Folatieres Premier Cru Champ Canet Premier Cru Les Pucelles Premier Cru Clavoillon Premier Cru Les Pucelles Premier Cru Les Pucelles Premier Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Chablis Chablis Chablis Chablis Vaillions Premier Cru Vieilles Vignes Chablis Chablis La Forest Premier Cru Chablis Montee de Tonnerre Premier Cru Montmains Premier Cru Fourchaume Premier Cru Macon-Villages Macon-Villages Bourgogne Blanc Saint Aubin Vougeot Corton-Charlemange Meursault Meursault Chassagne-Montrachet Chassagne-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Puligny-Montrachet Criots-Batard-Montrachet Criots-Batard-Montrachet Le Montrachet Chevalier-Montrachet Chevalier-Montrachet Batard-Montrachet 110 130 120 180 170 390 330 70 70 135 170 380 920 440 560 220 290 455 225 420 240 600 380 600 450 520 635 1240 1450 910 820

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Pinot Noir 2006 Savaterre 2008 Bindi 2008 Bindi 2006 Curly Flat 2008 Mayer 2008 Hoddles Creek 2006 Mount Mary 2005 Punch Lance's Vineyard 2008 Portsea Estate 2007 Paradigm Hill 2006 Paringa Estate 2007 Austins 2007 Lethbridge 2005 Hatherleigh 2008 Apsley Gorge Vineyard 2007 Spring Vale 2006 Pooley 2008 Escarpment 2008 Ata Rangi 2007 Schubert 2008 Felton Road 2007 Olssen's 2007 Carrick 2006 Mount Edward 2006 Evesham Wood 2006 Cristom Composition Original Vineyard Beechworth Macedon Ranges Macedon Ranges Macedon Ranges Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Mornington Peninsula Mornington Peninsula Mornington Peninsula Geelong Geelong Southern Tablelands East Coast, Tasmania East Coast, Tasmania Coal River Valley Martinborough Martinborough Martinborough Central Otago Central Otago Central Otago Central Otago Willamette Valley, Oregon Willamette Valley, Oregon 155 120 175 120 115 55 290 180 90 125 185 70 130 90 125 95 110 115 180 160 220 160 115 175 140 160

Close Planted L'ami sage Reserve Mietta

Butchers Hill

Block B Cornish Point Jackson Barry Susan's Vineyard Le Puits Sec Sommers Reserve

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Red Burgundy 2005 Lucie et Auguste Lignier 2005 Meo Camuzet 2005 Alain Burguet 2006 Bruno Clair 2006 Lucie et Auguste Lignier 2006 Gerard Raphet 2006 Sylvain Cathiard & Fils 2006 Jacques-Frederic Mugnier 2005 Lucie et Auguste Lignier 2005 Domaine Amiot-Servelle 2005 Comte Georges de Vougue 2004 Ghislaine Barthod 2005 Jacques-Frederic Mugnier 2005 Comte Georges de Vougue 2005 Meo Camuzet 2004 Domaine De La Vougeraie 2005 Lucie et Auguste Lignier 2005 Domaine Dujac 2005 Domaine Cecile Tremblay 2007 Mongeard-Mugneret 2006 Domaine De L'Arlot 2005 Chanson 2004 Meo Camuzet 2002 Domaine Leroy Tradition En la rue de Vergy Les Chaffots Premier Cru Grand Cru Les Clos de L'Orme Les Fuees Les Baudes Premier Cru Les Charmes Premier Cru Premier Cru Les Chatelots Premier Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru Les Cras Premier Cru Grand Cru Grand Cru Les Suchots Premier Cru Les Chaumes Premier Cru Les Brulees Premier Cru Bourgogne Rouge Marsannay Gevrey-Chambertin Morey-Saint-Denis Morey-Saint-Denis Clos de la Roche Chambolle-Musigny Chambolle-Musigny Chambolle-Musigny Chambolle-Musigny Chambolle-Musigny Chambolle-Musigny Musigny Bonnes-Mares Vougeot Vougeot Charmes Chambertin Charmes Chambertin Chapelle-Chambertin Vosne Romanee Vosne Romanee Vosne Romanee Vosne Romanee Vosne Romanee Echezeaux Romanée St Vivant Nuits St Georges Nuits St Georges Nuits St Georges Santenay Volnay Volnay Monthelie-Les Duresses 130 180 190 290 420 420 350 480 420 580 635 290 1210 1325 960 350 530 480 640 230 350 195 390 1500 1500 2400 325 340 440 130 230 440 350

2005 Domaine De La Romanee Conti Grand Cru 2005 Domaine De La Romanee Conti Grand Cru 2007 Philippe Pascalet 2006 Jacques-Frederic Mugnier 2005 Confuron-Cotetidot 2006 Lucien Muzard 2006 Domaine Galternay 2005 Pousse d'or 2005 Domaine des Comtes Lafon Clos de la Marechale Premier Cru Les Vignes-Rondes Premier Cru Champs Claude Santenots Premier Cru Clos d'Audignac Premier Cru

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Rose 2009 Dominique Portet 2008 Domaine Tempier 2007 Domaine Gros'Nore 2007 Chateau du Rouet 2005 Domaines Ott Gamay 2007 Jean Foillard Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2006 Massena 2006 Rolf Binder 2007 Maxime Magnon 2008 Domaine Gramenon 2007 Domaine La Roubine 2007 Domaine de Ferrand 2006 Mont Redon 2004 Domaine les Haut Cances Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2007 Domaine Raymond Usseglio 2006 Domaine de Villeneuve 2004 Clos du Mont-Olivet 2001 Henri Bonneau 2001 Henri Bonneau Grenache 2007 Montirius 2002 Torbreck Mourvedre 2006 Torbreck 2008 L'Anglore 2004 Domaine Gros'Nore Nebbiolo 1999 Gaja Cabernet Franc 2007 Yannick Amirault Tannat Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 Chateau Montus Malbec 2007 Theirry Puzelat 2005 Chateau de Cedre Merlot 2006 Even Keel 2005 Parker Estate 2005 Irvine 2006 Craggy Range

Fontaine

Yarra Valley Bandol, Provence Bandol, Provence Cotes de Provence Cotes de Provence Beaujolais Barossa Barossa Corbieres Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Southern Rhone Valley Barossa Barossa Tavel, Provence Bandol, Provence Barolo, Piedmont Bourgueil, Loire Valley Madiran Touraine, Loire Valley Cahors Orange Coonawarra Barossa Hawkes Bay

55 125 105 75 140 80 65 65 90 95 80 75 85 75 140 170 180 580 775 85 395 395 85 140 700 75 85 95 95 70 95 75 90

Cuvee Reservee Chateau de Selle Coeur de Grain Morgon The Moonlight Run Heinrich Rozeta Poignee des Raisins Cotes du Rhone La Grange des Briguieres Sablet Vieilles Vignes Cotes du Rhone Lirac Cairanne Cotes du Rhone Villages

Vieilles Vignes Cuvee Marie Beurrier Reserve des Celestins Jardin Secret Cotes du Rhone Les Amis The Pict Nulle part ailleurs

Sperss La Coudraye

Prestige

Terra Rossa Gimblett Gravels Vineyard

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Shiraz 2000 Kilikanoon 1992 Henschke 1991 Henschke 1990 Henschke 2007 Rockford 2004 Rockford 2003 Rockford 2001 Rockford 2003 Torbreck 2001 Torbreck 2008 Chris Ringland 2006 Penfolds 2005 Magpie Estate 2005 Elderton 2004 Three Rings 2004 Peter Lehmann 2002 St Hallet 2007 Cape Barren 2006 Lloyd Brothers 2005 Oliver's Taranga 2006 Balnaves 2004 Zema 2007 Glenguin 2005 Poole's Rock 2005 Mount Pleasant 2006 Even Keel 2006 Grove Estate 2005 Giaconda 2005 Mount Langi 1998 Mount Langi 2006 Wild Duck Creek Estate 1985 Jasper Hill 2005 Paradigm Hill 2005 Craggy Range Rhone Valley 2003 Guigal 2003 Guigal 1998 Guigal 2007 Yann Chave 2006 Yann Chave 1995 Chapoutier 1999 Paul Jaboulet 1985 Paul Jaboulet 2006 Thierry Allemand 2006 Thierry Allemand 2006 August Clape 2004 Jean-Luc Colombo 2004 Tardieu-Laurent La Mouline La Landonne La Landonne La Rouvre Le Pavillon La Chapelle La Chapelle Chaillot Reynard La Louvee Vieilles Vignes Cote-Rotie Cote-Rotie Cote-Rotie Crozes-Hermitage Crozes-Hermitage Ermitage Hermitage Hermitage Cornas Cornas Cornas Cornas Cornas 2150 2130 1075 120 160 800 500 925 315 380 320 355 260 Covenant Mount Edelstone Mount Edelstone Hill of Grace Basket Press Basket Press Basket Press Basket Press The Struie The Decendent RWT The Malcolm Command Single Vineyard Reserve Stonewell Old Block Native Goose HJ Reserve Family Selection Stoneybroke Maurice O'Shea Shiraz Viognier Shiraz Viognier Cellar Block Warner Vineyard The Gap Vineyard Springflat Georgia's Paddock Col's Block Le Sol Clare Valley Eden Valley Eden Valley Eden Valley Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa Barossa McLaren Vale McLaren Vale McLaren Vale Coonawarra Coonawarra Hunter Valley Hunter Valley Hunter Valley Canberra District Hilltops Beechworth Grampians Grampians Heathcote Heathcote Mornington Peninsula Hawkes Bay 140 360 380 1480 180 260 260 280 160 320 70 450 330 180 170 190 195 60 70 140 80 125 60 85 145 70 75 180 70 150 115 450 115 170

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Cabernet Merlot 2002 Lake's Folly 2004 Crawford River 2005 Mount Mary 2004 Stefani Estate 2003 Yarra Yarra 2006 Grosset 2006 Maverick 2004 Parker Estate 1999 Petaluma 2007 Victory Point 2006 Cullen 2004 Cullen 2001 Cullen 2007 Te Mata 1999 Dominus Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 Giaconda 2001 Dominique Portet 2003 Domaine A 2001 Kilikanoon 1992 Henschke 2007 Rusden 2004 Jacobs Creek 1996 Jacobs Creek 2005 Zema 2005 Parker Estate 2002 Rymill 1996 Wynns 2007 Xanadu 2007 Fraser Gallop 2005 Moss Wood 2005 Juniper Estate 2005 Cape Mentelle 2002 Woodlands 2005 Raymond Shiraz Cabernet 2006 Rockford 2005 Glaetzer 1991 Wynns Rod and Spur Godolphin Centenary Barossa Barossa Coonawarra 95 120 320 Blocks Road Cyril Henschke Boundaries St Hugo St Hugo Family Selection Terra Rossa John Riddoch Beechworth Yarra Valley Coal River Valley, Clare Valley Eden Valley Barossa Coonawarra Coonawarra Coonawarra Coonawarra Coonawarra Coonawarra Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Napa Valley 210 170 165 140 395 125 110 220 125 95 120 350 80 90 240 90 180 240 140 Quintet The Gate Gaia Twins Vineyard First Growth The Malee Root Diana Madeline Diana Madeline Diana Madeline Awatea Hunter Valley South West Victoria Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Yarra Valley Clare Valley Barossa Coonawarra Coonawarra Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Margaret River Hawkes Bay Napa Valley 210 65 330 90 170 140 80 240 180 65 220 280 320 105 280

Emilie May Reserve

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Bordeaux 1990 Chateau Chase-Spleen 1986 Chateau Chase-Spleen 2005 Chateau Saint-Christoly 2001 Château Tour du Haut-Moulin 1982 Sociando-Mallet 1995 Château Cos d’Estournel 1986 Château Cos d’Estournel 1982 Château Cos d’Estournel 1982 Château Montrose 1999 Château Leoville Las Cases 1996 Château Leoville Las Cases 1995 Château Leoville Las Cases 1985 Château Leoville Las Cases 1990 Château Leoville Barton 1982 Château Leoville Poyferré 1982 Château Leoville Barton 1982 Chateau Talbot 1995 Ducru-Beaucaillou 1982 Ducru-Beaucaillou 1999 Chateau Latour 1995 Chateau Latour 2001 Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1985 Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1989 Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1996 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1995 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1989 Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2001 Pichon-Longueville Baron 2001 Grand Puy Lacoste 1985 Pichon-Longueville Lalande 1985 Chateau Montrose 1983 Grand Puy Lacoste 2000 Lynch Bages 1999 Lynch Bages 1982 Lynch Bages 2006 Chateau Gaudin Cru Exceptionnel Cru Exceptionnel Cru Bourgeois Cru Bourgeois Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Second Growth Fourth Growth Haut Medoc Haut Medoc Haut Medoc Haut Medoc Haut Medoc Saint Estephe Saint Estephe Saint Estephe Saint Estephe Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Saint Julien Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac Pauillac 625 590 110 130 1030 605 1345 1150 1280 570 1135 1020 1250 965 1300 1150 1275 915 2250 2300 4500 3200 3775 1850 2300 2250 1850 700 815 1420 890 720 1300 1600 2785 160

First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Fifth Growth Fifth Growth Fifth Growth Cru Bourgeois

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Bordeaux 1995 Chateau Margaux 1989 Chateau Margaux 2001 Chateau Haut Brion 1996 Chateau Haut Brion 1995 Chateau Haut Brion 1982 Chateau Haut Brion 1990 Domaine de Chevalier 1990 de Fieuzal 1986 Pape Clement 1986 Chateau Cheval Blanc 1985 Chateau Cheval Blanc 2005 Chateau Soutard 2000 Chateau La Dominique 1995 Troplong Mondot 1989 Chateau La Dominique 2001 Chateau Ausone 1990 Chateau Figeac 1990 Chateau Magdelaine 2001 Chateau Petrus 2000 Chateau Le Bon Pasteur 2000 Chateau Gazin 1995 Chateau Gazin 1995 Chateau Le Pin 1990 Chateau Le Gay 1985 Vieux Chateau Certan First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth First Growth Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Premier Grand Cru Classe Premier Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe Grand Cru Classe A Grand Cru Classe B Grand Cru Classe B Margaux Margaux Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Pessac-Leognan Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Saint Emilion Pomerol Pomerol Pomerol Pomerol Pomerol Pomerol Pomerol 2400 2850 1600 2800 2350 3500 740 510 930 1970 2100 240 550 585 855 1400 1745 930 6000 740 565 595 6000 890 1120

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Dessert Wine 375ml 2008 Mount Horrocks 2008 Mitchelton 2008 Bloodwood 2007 De Bortoli 2006 Glenguin 2006 Crawford River 2006 Charles Hours 2005 Chateau Jolys 2005 Chateau La Rame 2006 Chateau Roumieu-Lacoste 2004 Chateau Filhot 2001 Chateau Raymond-Lafon 1997 Château d'Yquem 1996 Chateau Guiraud 500ml 2006 Yves Cuilleron 2006 Les Clos de Paulilles 2004 Cornet & Cie 2006 Chateau Coutet 2004 Alain Brumont 2003 Chateau Dereszla 750ml Veuve Clicquot 2007 De Bortoli 2007 Domaine des Bernardins 2005 Grande Maison 2006 Chateau Roumieu-Lacoste 1986 Château d'Yquem 1983 Chateau Coutet 1997 Trimbach La Rousilliere Mute sur Grains Mise Tardive Les Larmes Celestes 5 Puttonyas Demi Sec Noble One Botrytis Semillon Muscat de Beaumes de Venise Cuvee des Anges Cuvee Classique Chartreuse de Coutet Gewurztraminer Vendages Tardive Northern Rhone Banyuls, Roussillon Banyuls, Roussillon Barsac Pacherenc Tokaji, Hungary Reims Riverina Rhône Valley Monbazillac Sauternes Sauternes Barsac, Sauternes Alsace Magnum 1500ml 85 90 100 165 70 140 180 130 160 115 140 1845 550 390 Cordon Cut Riesling Blackwood Park Botrytis Riesling Botrytis Riesling Noble One Botrytis Semillon Botrytis Semillon Nectar Botrytis Semillon Sauvignon Uroulat Terrae Escencia Cuvee Classique Clare Valley Central Victoria Orange Riverina Hunter Valley South West Victoria Jurancon Jurancon Sainte-Croix-du-Mont Sauternes Sauternes Sauternes Sauternes Sauternes 80 45 60 70 60 65 70 60 70 85 135 160 650 145

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Sherry 60ml Lustau Lustau Lustau Lustau Lustau Port 60ml Penfolds 2001 Fonseca Fortified Wines Stanton and Killeen Stanton and Killeen Armagnac 30ml 1989 Lacourtoisie 1985 Delord 1972 Delord Chateau du Tariquet 1985 Delord 1979 Delord Cognac 30ml Pierre Frapin Les Antiquaires du Cognac Normandin Mercier Jean Dubiny Paul Giraud Hennessy Hennessy Calvados 30ml Adrien Camut Roger Goult 1993 Victor Gontier 6 year old Venerable Pays D'Auge Pays D'Auge Domfrontais VSOP VSOP 10 year old Fine Petite 12 year old Vieux 40 year old Vieille Reseve 25 year old Paradis Ellipse Grande Champagne Fins Bois Borderies Borderies Grande Champagne Grande Champagne Grande Champagne Grand Bas-Armagnac Bas-Armagnac Bas-Armagnac Bas-Armagnac Tenareze Tenareze Muscat Tokay Rutherglen Rutherglen Grandfather Late Bottled Vintage South Australia Douro Valley, Portugal Manzanilla Papirusa Fino Jarana Dry Amontillado Los Arcos Oloroso Pedro Ximinez Jerez,Spain Jerez,Spain Jerez,Spain Jerez,Spain Jerez,Spain

glass 8 8 8 9 12

19 18

12 12

Folle Blanche

8 year old

30 30 35 18 25 25

15 20 25 50 30 90 150

16 18 18

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Marc, Eau de Vie and Grappa 30ml Bertrand Etienne Brana La Croix Belle Dubreuil-Fontaine Ruffino Single Malt Whisky 30ml Rosebank Ardbeg Ardbeg Ardbeg Ardbeg Old Pulteney Clynelish Glenmorangie Strathisla 12 Year Old Flora and Fauna Blasda Uigeadail Corryvreckan Airigh Niam Beist (1990) 12 Year Old 1992 Distillers Edition The Quinta Ruban 12 Year Old Lowland Islay Islay Islay Islay North Highland North Highland Highland Speyside 16 22 19 24 24 22 20 18 12 Framboise Sauvage Poire William Fine du Languedoc XO Fine de Bourgogne Moscato Grappa Alsace, France France Languedoc, France Burgundy, France Italy 15 15 18 12 15

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HOUSE COCKTAILS Negroni – 19 Gin, Campari and Rosso Vermouth Pisco Sour – 19 Pisco, lemon juice and gomme shaken over ice Lime Caprioska – 19 Fresh lime muddled with sugar and Wyborowa vodka *Classic cocktails available on request SPARKLING– 19 Kir Royale Yarrabank Sparkling Wine with a dash of Crème de Cassis liqueur French 75 Yarrabank Sparkling with lemon juice and Bombay Sapphire Gin Bellini Yarrabank Sparkling and peach puree GIN MARTINI Bombay Sapphire – 18 Plymouth – 19 Hendricks – 21 Tanqueray 10 – 23 Gibson Gin Martini with pickled onions Aviation Gin Martini with lemon and Luxardo Maraschino Campari Gin Martini with a blush of Campari VODKA MARTINI Wyborowa – 18 Ketel 1 – 19 Belvedere – 21 Grey Goose – 23 Lychee Vodka Martini with fresh lychee Rose Petal Rose petal infused vodka martini Apple Vodka Martini with fresh apple

MINERAL WATER Santa Vittoria Bottle 750ml – 10 Glass 350ml – 5

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TAPAS MENU TAPAS STYLE CHOICE OF FOUR TAPAS STYLE CHOICE OF SIX TAPAS STYLE CHOICE OF EIGHT Please select from list below Basil infused tuna with a soy and mustard seed vinaigrette Mini sandwich with blue swimmer crab meat and coriander mayonnaise Jamón Ibérico and toasted sourdough In house smoked salmon on toasted brioche Duck parfait with toasted brioche Kervela pistachio goat’s cheese on sourdough with mixed herb salad Two freshly shucked oysters with shallot vinegar Country style terrine served with toasted sourdough 35 40 45

Freshly shucked oysters with shallot vinegar Selection of cheeses

4.50 each 25

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