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‘WINE & DRINKS’

The Botanical hopes to enlighten and enhance your wine experience, showing the differences
between site specific wines with the same or similar winemaking philosophy, through vertical
references and sub-regional examples. With more than a passing nod to those pioneers and
mavericks in the wine industry, whose commitment and understanding of their chosen
vineyard site and the source of their precious fruit, gives us the perfect accompaniment to
well cooked cuisine and adds a little comfort to our lives in the form of wine.

WHAT’S INSIDE
WINE BY THE GLASS

4

THE GIN STORY

5 , 6, 7, 8

APERITIFS

9 , 10

SHERRY
MADEIRA
VERMOUTH
BITTERS
PASTIS
COCKTAILS

11

BEER & CIDER
ON TAP

12

CIDER & GINGER BEER

13

BOTTLE

12

LOW ALCOHOL

14

THE REST

15,16

WINE
HALF BOTTLES & LARGE FORMAT

16

CHAMPAGNE

17

SPARKLING

18

WHITE
RIESLING

1 9 ,2 0

SAUVIGNON BLANC

21

SAUVIGNON BLANC | SEMILLON BLENDS

21

SEMILLON

22

PINOT GRIS/GRIGIO/BLANC

22

GEWÜRTZTRAMINER & MUSCAT

23

GRÜNER VELTLINER

23

CHENIN BLANC & MUSCADET

23

MARSANNE, ROUSSANNE, BLENDS

24

VIOGNIER

24

REGIONAL WHITE VARIETALS

24

SPANISH & PORTUGUESE WHITE VARIETALS

25

ITALIAN WHITE VARIETALS

25

CHARDONNAY

26

CHABLIS

27

WHITE BURGUNDY

28

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ROSÉ

29

RED
GAMAY

29

PINOT NOIR

3 0 ,3 1

RED BURGUNDY

3 2 ,3 3

ITALIAN RED VARIETALS

3 4 ,3 5

SUPER TUSCAN

36

SPANISH & PORTUGUESE RED VARIETALS

37

AUSTRIAN RED VARIETALS

37

GRENACHE, MOUVÉDRE & BLENDS

38

MALBEC

38

CABERNET SAUVIGNON & BLENDS

39

CABERNET FRANC

40

BORDEAUX

41

SOUTH & SOUTH WEST OF FRANCE

42

MERLOT

42

CABERNET | SHIRAZ

42

ZINFANDEL & DURIF

42

SHIRAZ

4 3 , 4 4 , 45

DESSERT WINE

4 6 , 4 7 , 48

FORTIFIED & SHERRY

48

CONGNAC, ARMANGNAC & CALVADOS

49

GRAPPA & EAU DE VIE

49

DIGESTIVE & LIQUEUR

50

SCOTCH WHISKY

51

IRISH WHISKEY

51

NEW WORLD WHISKY

52

AMERICAN WHISKEY

52

RUM, AGRICOLE

53

TEQUILA & MEZCAL

54

VODKA

54

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WINE BY THE GLASS
C H A M P A G N E A N D S P A R K L I N G (110ml)

NV Airlie Bank

Yarra Valley

9.5

NV Clover Hill Rose

Tasmania

13

NV Pommery ‘Brut Royal’

Reims, France

16

NV Leclerc Briant

Epernay, France

19

W H I T E (140ml)

2015 Derwent Riesling

Tasmania

2014 Babich ‘Black Label’ Sauvignon Blanc

Marlborough, NZ

11.5
12

2015 Michael Hall ‘Sang de Pigeon’ Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc Adelaide Hills

11.5

2012 Kientzler Pinot Gris

Alsace, France

11

2015 Massena ‘The Surly Muse’ Viognier, Marsanne

Barossa Valley

11

2013 Capçanes ‘Mas Donis’ Macabeo, Grenache Blanc

Montsant, Spain

10.5

2014 Joseph Drouhin Chablis Chardonnay

Chablis, France

17

2014 Scorpo ‘Aubaine’ Chardonnay

Mornington Peninsula

13.5

R O S É (140ml)

2014 Domaine de Jarras ‘Pink Flamingo’ Grenache

Camargue, France

10

2015 Seville Estate ‘The Barber’ Pinot Noir

Yarra Valley

12

2015 Thick As Thieves ‘Purple Prose’ Gamay

King Valley

14

Heathcote

14

2014 A.Rodda Tempranillo

Beechworth

14

2014 Ricasoli Chianti Sangiovese

Tuscany, Italy

11

2013 Vasse Felix Cabernet Sauvignon

Margaret River

17.5

2012 Dauvergne Ranvier Crozes-Hermitage Syrah

Crozes-Hermitage, France

2010 Ladies Who Shoot Their Lunch Shiraz

Strathbogie Ranges

R E D (140ml)

2014 Between 5 Bells ‘H-Cote’
Nero d’Avola, Negroamaro, Pinot Gris

15
12.5

R E S E R V E (6 0 M L)

2003 Joh.Jos.Prüm Wehlener Sonnenuhr Auslese Riesling (60ml) Mosel, Germany

22

2000 Niepoort Vintage Port

Porto, Portugal

21

2011 Linnaea Apica Moscato d’Asti Moscato

Piedmont, Italy

12.5

2012 Jurancon Moelleux ‘Uroulat’ Petit Manseng

South West France

D E S S E R T (1 0 0 M L)

12

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GIN : a shortish story

The history of this botanical beverage has been a chequered one. First distilled in Holland in the
15th century, and called Jenever, it was used primarily as a medicinal liquid based on the ‘healing’
properties of Juniper. By the mid 17th century it was being used to cure all ailments ranging from
kidney stones and liver issues to gout… , those crazy folks from the Nederlands used it to for a
dash of pep and strength of soul before battle, hence the well known “Dutch Courage”..!! At the
same time across the Channel the then King of England William of Orange had also become a
massive fan, bringing the drink to the English upper class. Roll forward to the mid 18th century
and we saw the now historical ‘gin craze’ period in London that bought about the ‘Gin Act’ of
1751 and caused rioting in the streets. It was then that this once humble little beverage truly
became ingrained within our drinking society. During that time it said of the 15,000 or so drinking
establishments in London at the time more than half were dedicated gin houses. See William
Hogarths famous ‘Gin Lane’ piece below for a snap shot of the era…..

Still need more..?? Well, taste your way around our selection and you will find that the popularity
of Gin was & still is very well deserved. From artisanal newbies to archetypal stalwarts look no
further for your botanical imbibement.

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GIN

With the Gin craze spreading worldwide it was never going to be long before Australia with its
unique floral varietals gave this wonderful beverage a little twist of ‘Down Under’. From lemon
myrtle to lilly pilly, from Local Jasmine’s to honeysuckles, Australia’s diverse geographic has
added some delightful aromatics and spices to the mix…
AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Hills Distillery 78 degrees dry

Adelaide, SA

14

Applewood

Gumeracha, SA

13

Archie Rose Signature

Sydney, NSW

12

Begin Gin

Melbourne, VIC

9

Blind Tiger Organic (vegan / gluten free)

Renmark, SA

10.5

Distillery Botanica

Sydney, NSW

14

Four Pillars

Healesville, VIC

11

Four Pillars Barrel Aged

Healesville, VIC

15

Four Pillars 58.8 Navy Strength

Healesville, VIC

17

Hippocampus

Perth, WA

14

Melbourne Gin Company

Yarra Valley, VIC

12

Mount Tambourine Lilly Pilly Pink

Mt Tamborine, QLD

16

Poor Toms Sydney Dry

Sydney, NSW

10

Settlers Rare Dry

Mclaren Vale, SA

12

Settlers Rare Dry Oak Aged

Mclaren Vale, SA

14

Settlers Old Tom

Mclaren Vale, SA

14

West Winds Broadside Navy Strength

Margaret River, WA

16

West Winds Cutlass

Margaret River, WA

12

West Winds Sabre

Margaret River, WA

10

Young Henry’s Noble Cut

Sydney, NSW

13

Have that hankering for a G&T but its time to try something new..?? How about one of our Gin 3
ways to spice it up… This month we focus on flavour base and garnish matches .. all for $15 all
served with hepurn springs organic tonic….
#1.. Queensland’s Mt Tambourine distillery’s Lilly Pilly Gin served with a combination of fresh
and dehydrated limes
#2.. Uncle Val’s Peppered Gin from Sonoma California served with fresh pink peppercorns
#3.. Plymouth’s Sloe Gin from ye old England with fresh local pomegranate seeds… yum
The “modern home” of gin and the founders of the now classic London dry style, It’s top hats off
to our northern neighbours and their love for this quiet Sunday afternoon beverage.

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ENGLAND

Beefeater 24

London, England

13.5

Bombay Sapphire

Hampshire, England

10

Bombay, Star of Bombay

Hampshire, England

15

Boodles

London, England

9.5

Broker’s

Birmingham, England

10

Brockmans

Cheshire, England

11

Bulldog (kosher / gluten free)

Somerset, England

9

Dodds

Battersea, England

16

Edgerton Pink Gin

London, England

11

Fifty Pounds

London, England

15

Finsbury Platinum Dry

London, England

10

Hayman’s Sloe

Witham, England

10

Hayman’s Old Tom

Witham, England

12.5

Hayman’s 1850 Reserve

Witham, England

17

Jensens Bermondsey Dry

London, England

11

Jensens Old Tom

London, England

12

Jinzu Sake Cherry Blossom

London, England

12

Martin Miller’s

England/Iceland

13

Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength

England/Iceland

18

No.3 London Dry

London, England

13

Plymouth

Plymouth, England

12

Plymouth Sloe

Plymouth, England

13

Portobella London Dry

London, England

12

Sipsmith

London, England

14

Sipsmith VJOP

London, England

18

William Chase Great British Dry

Herefordshire, England

13

William Chase Elegant Crisp

Herefordshire, England

12

Whitley Neill Small Batch

Birmingham, England

14

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From Outer New York to New Zealand’s Chatham Islands from the fjords of Greenland to the
coasts of Spain, from The Black forest of Germany to the Mountains of Mexico the worlds love
for a wee gin has seen this popular botanical spirit go from little known Dutch warmer to a
worldwide phenomenon..

THE WORLD

Hendricks

Girvan, Scotland

13

The Botanist

Islay, Scotland

12

Tanqueray

Fife, Scotland

9

Tanqueray 10

Fife, Scotland

14

Glendalough Seasonal

Glendalough, Ireland

14

Citadelle Original

Cognac, France

14

Citadelle Reserve

Cognac, France

18

Diplome Dry

Dijon, France

Fair Organic Quinoa

Cognac, France

14

Gabriel Boudier Saffron

Dijon, France

10

Gabriel Boudier Sloe

Dijon, France

10

Vedrenne 1 & 9 Le Gin

Turenne, France

11

Bols Genever

Amsterdam, Nederlands

9.5

Dutch Courage

Amsterdam, Nederlands

12.5

Monopolowa Dry

Vienna, Austria

10

Monkey 47 Scharwzwald Dry

Black Forest, Germany

14

Monkey 47 Sloe

Black Forest, Germany

16

Imagin

Stockholm, Sweden

9.5

Malfy Con Limone

Moncarlieri, Italy

11

Gin Mare

Costa Dourada, Spain

14

Larios 12

Malaga, Spain

9

Tann’s Premium

Barcelona, Spain

16

Mezcal Gin

Huixquilucan, Mexico

18

Black Robin Rare

Chatham Islands, NZ

11.5

Rogue Society

Auckland, NZ

14

South Gin

Auckland, NZ

10

Aviation

Portland, U.S.A

11

Junipero

San Francisco, U.S.A

14

Uncle Vals Botanical

Sonoma, U.S.A

13.5

Uncle Vals Peppered

Sonoma, U.S.A.

15

Isfjord Premium

Ilulissat, Greenland

14

10.5

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a·pe·ri·tif
/äˌperiˈtēf/
‘An alcoholic beverage that is specifically served before a meal or with a small appetizer. In the
culinary arts, the purpose of an aperitif is to arouse the appetite’.
MADEIRA (60ML)

D’Oliveiras ‘Verdelho, Bual’ 5yo
Henriques & Henriques ‘Sercial’ 10yo
Henriques & Henriques ‘Malmsey’ 15yo
D’Oliveiras ‘Verdelho’ (14yo)

Portugal
Portuga l
Portugal
Portugal

12
14
19
28

Spain
Spain
Spain
Spain

7
7
10
10

France
France
France
France
France

9
12
10
12
10

SHERRY (60ML)

Delgado Zuleta ‘La Goya’ Manzanilla
Romate ‘Marismeno’ Fino
Romate ‘N.P.U’ Amontillado
Romate ‘Don Jose’ Oloroso
REGIONAL (60ML)

Lillet Blanc Bordeaux
Domaine d’Esperance-Floc de Gascogne GB Armagnac
Château Tariquet-Floc de Gascogne Armagnac
Normandin Mercier-Pineau des Charentes Cognac
Le Père Jules-Pommeau de Normandie Calvados
QUININE (60ML)

*wine flavoured with Quinine and other plants (orange zest) - best on ice with soda water

Dubonnet

France

8

VERMOUTH (60ML)

*wine based aperitif, flavoured with aromatic plants and caramel- best served on ice with lemon or orange
zest

Maidenii Classic
Maidenii Dry
Maidenii Sweet
Dolin dry
Lillet Blanc
Carpano Antica Formula
Martini Bianco

Australia
Australia
Australia
France
France
Italy
Italy

9
9
9
8
9
10
9

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