Scotch (1.5oz)

  • Aberlour (10yr) $7.60

    This Speyside malt, tasting of caramel and toffee, has a long, smooth finish.

  • Ardbeg (10yr) $14.20

    Smoky, peaty, complex and well-balanced, this fine single malt Islay originates on the southern-most tip of the island, kissing the Atlantic Ocean.

  • Auchentoshan (12yr) $8.30

    This Lowlands malt uses peat and water from the nearby Highlands, but still retains the light, clean Lowlands taste, with hints of citrus, honey and vanilla.

  • Balvenie (12yr) $12.40

    The "DoubleWood" combines flavours of sweet nuttiness, orange fruitiness and cinnamon spiciness, leading to an amazing finish that is long, tingling and warm.

  • Bowmore (12yr) $8.30

    This excellent Islay malt is a complex mix of persistent sherry sweetness and seaweedy saltiness, with a remarkably long and salty finish.

  • Cardhu (12yr) $11.10

    This Speyside distillery, co-founded by two women, produces a soft, smooth malt acclaimed for its elegant style, silky texture and honeyed layers of fruit flavour.

  • Cragganmore (12yr) $12.40

    This is one of the great Speyside malts, with a very fragrant bouquet of cut grass and herbs, followed by a very clean, firm, smooth finish.

  • Dalwhinnie (15yr) $13.00

    In Gaelic, "Dalwhinnie" means "meeting place". This very fine Speyside single malt has a sweet, floral, honied flavour, with just a hint of peat.

  • Glendronach (12yr) $9.70

    Distilled in the Forgue Valley in Aberdeenshire, this Highland malt is perfectly balanced, smooth, creamy and full-bodied.

  • Glenfiddich (12yr) $7.95

    Another fine Speyside single malt, with a faintly smokysweet aroma, which tightly combines a dry maltiness, restrained sweetness and slight smokiness.

  • Glenkinchie (12yr) $12.40

    This Lowlands scotch exudes an aromatic grassy sweetness, with spicy caramel-vanilla tones and a warm, dry, spicy finish.

  • Glenlivet (12yr) $7.95

    Produced by the first licensed distillery in all of Scotland, this Speyside malt delicately balances a fruity sweetness and malty dryness.

  • Glenmorangie (10yr) $10.40

    This Northern Highlands malt has a smoky flavour, with hints of coffee and tobacco, finishing with a touch of saltiness.

  • Glenrothes $9.35

    Another impressive Speyside malt, this one boasts a silky-smooth body, with tinges of licorice, spice, dried fruit and peat.

  • Highland Park (12yr) $11.10

    This famous Orkney scotch is a complex fusion of heather, honey sweetness, smoky dryness and tasty maltiness, with a smooth, delicious finish.

  • Lagavulin (16yr) $16.30

    Meaning "the hollow where the mill is", this unique Islay reminds one of the Atlantic, with its mix of sweet-smoky-saltiness and a huge, embracing, peaty finish.

  • Laphroaig (10yr) $11.80

    Another Islay malt with a very distinct medicinal, seaweedy flavour, this scotch has a very peaty, salty, smoky, dry finish.

  • Macallan Gold $9.70

    Many claim this is the best single malt in all of Scotland, admired for its slight citrus taste, with hints of salt and smoke, and its long, sweet, slightly oily finish.

  • Macallan Amber $14.20

    If you liked the GOLD, you'll really love the AMBER.

  • Oban (14yr) $15.40

    Its name means "little bay of caves" and its body is smooth and quite rich, with smoky malty, fruity undertones and a savoury, aromatic finish.

  • Singleton of Glendullan $8.65

    This tasty malt combines the aromas and flavours of soft heather, honey, cereal and sweet spices, with a citrus peel note on the nose.

  • Talisker (10yr) $12.10

    "The Golden Spirit of Skye" has a hint of seaweed, combined with a smoky sourness and malty sweetness, ending with a long, warm, peaty and peppery finish.

Red Wine (bottle)

  • Humberto Canale ‘Black River’ Malbec – 2014 – Patagonia, Argentina $34.00

    black cherries, bittersweet aftertaste of plain chocolate and soft, smooth tannins

  • La Palma Cabernet Sauvignon – 2013 – Rapel, Chile $34.00

    fruit-packed, with intense berry fruit flavours and notes of cherries, cassis, mint

  • Leaping Horse Merlot – 2014 – California, USA $36.00

    flavours of fresh berries, cherries and herbs, pleasant, light and easy-to-drink

  • Garofoli ‘Montereale’ Sangiovese – 2014 – Marche, Italy $38.00

    lively ruby red colour, intense fruity aromas and flavours, notes of ripe cherries

  • Chianti Piantaferro – 2014 – Vinicola Tombacco, Italy $40.00

    fruity and vibrantly floral, hints of cherries and plums, nicely structured tannins

  • Hunt Shiraz – 2013 – McLaren Vale, Australia $40.00

    firm structure and restrained fruit, hints of peppercorns, dark fruits and licorice

  • Bodegas Pagos de Araiz – 2012 – Navarra, Spain $42.00

    a deep, smooth blend, with a very rich texture and lush fruit flavours

  • Malivoire Red – 2014 – VQA – Ontario $42.00

    hints of ripe plums and black fruits, with spicy-smoky aromas and flavours

  • Masciarelli Montepulciano d’Abruzzo $42.00

    medium-bodied, soft and fruity flavours, finishing with gentle tannins

  • Rivera Salice Salentino – 2012 – Puglia, Italy $42.00

    a palate of dried plum and cherry, pleasant, bitter notes typical of a negromaro

  • Ironstone Merlot – 2014 – California, USA $44.00

    nose of soft plums, vanilla and cedar spice, rich flavours of juicy black cherries

  • Quinta da Romaneira Liceiras – 2010 – Douro Valley, Portugal $44.00

    delicate nose, ripe red fruits on the palate, fresh and harmonious finish

  • Cantine Delibori Ripasso – 2013 – Veneto, Italy $46.00

    fruit and full-bodied, hints of cherry, almond and raisin, a dry, crisp, firm finish

  • Lotus Cabernet Sauvignon – 2012 – Paso Robles, California $46.00

    a full-bodied wine, rich with cassis and soft, dark fruits

  • McManis Cabernet Sauvignon – 2014 – California, USA $48.00

    rich and full, blackberry, currant, cedar and mocha nuances, soft oak tannins

  • McManis Petite Sirah – 2013 – California, USA $48.00

    ripe and juicy blackberry and cherry jam flavours, with soft, full-bodied tannins

  • McManis Pinot Noir – 2013 – California, USA $48.00

    strong aromas of strawberries, cherries, vanilla and cream, with smooth, well balanced combination of fruit flavours and oak aging

  • Torraccia di Presura ‘Sefiro’ Chianti – 2013 – Tuscany, Italy $48.00

    red fruit and floral notes, fresh, sprightly, well-balanced, with a smooth finish

  • Marietta Cellars Old Vine Red – Sonoma, California $55.00

    made primarily from zinfandel, flavours of ripe and juicy fruits, with peppery spice, a dusty-earth richness and moderate but focussed tannins

  • Plantamura ‘Parco Largo’ Primitivo – 2012 – Puglia, Italy $55.00

    ruby red, with an intense bouquet of fruits and cherries, full-bodied and slightly sweet on the palate, good with beef and spicy cheeses

  • Tawse ‘Growers Blend’ Pinot Noir – 2011 – VQA – Niagara, Ontario $55.00

    aromas of prune, pomegranate and vanilla, medium-bodied, extra dry and fruity, with balanced acidity, refined tannins and a long finish

  • Speri Valpolicella Classico Superiore Ripasso – 2012 – Veneto, Italy $60.00

    elegant and complex, with fruity aromas and spicy tones, complemented by a well-balanced acidity and strong finish

  • Barolo ‘Matto’ – 2010 – Piemonte, Italy $65.00

    aromas of cranberries and spice, flavours of cherries and strawberries, with firm tannins, a lighter style barolo which goes well with meats and strong cheeses

  • Felsina ‘Berardenga’ Chianti Classico – 2012 – Tuscany, Italy $70.00

    fruit aromas, dominated by wild berries and spicy notes, also fruity on the palate, with strong tannins and a lingering finish

  • Pine Ridge ‘Forefront’ Cabernet Sauvignon – 2012 – Napa Country, California $75.00

    bouquet of blueberries, raspberries and dark cherry aromas, lush palate of blackberries, chocolate and toasted caramel, backed by soft, rich tannins

  • Joseph Phelps ‘Innisfree Cabernet Sauvignon – 2012 – Napa Country, California $80.00

    aromatic notes of bing cherries, cassis and red currants, with hints cocoa powder and baking spices, a fresh, medium-bodied palate and great texture

  • Speri Amarone Classico – 2010 – Veneto, Italy $120.00

    a fine classic wine, with great complexity and vigorous structure, flavours of black cherries, plums, espresso and mocha, and a textured, yet elegantly soft, finish

White Wine (bottle)

  • Amalaya Torrontes Riesling – 2014 – Salta, Argentina $36.00

    citrus, grapefruit and mineral aromas, silky yet crisp palate, with lively acidity

  • Malivoire White – 2013 – VQA – Ontario $38.00

    hints of peach, lemon zest and vanilla, with a refreshing, tropical fruit finish

  • Redstone Riesling ‘Bistro’ – 2013 – VQA – Ontario $38.00

    fresh fruity aromas and flavours of peach, apple and citrus, with a zesty acidity

  • Ironstone Obsession – 2013 – California, USA $40.00

    fresh fruity aromas and flavours of peach, apple, citrus, with a zesty acidity

  • Burnt Ship Bay Pinot Grigio – 2014 – VQA – Ontario $34.00

    bouquet of peach, honey and flowers, with fresh apple and spice on the palate

  • Echeverria Sauvignon Blanc – 2014 – Molina, Chile $38.00

    refreshingly fruity and very crisp, with a clean, well-balanced acidity

  • Grant Burge Chardonnay Viognier – 2014 – Barossa Valley, Australia $40.00

    fresh aromas of peach and melon, with hints of white flowers and honey

  • Cabert Pinot Grigio – 2014 – Friuli, Italy $44.00

    zesty and smooth, with a solid structure and a strong refreshing acidity

  • La Palma Chardonnay – 2014 – Rapel, Chile $34.00

    unoaked and fruity, lively citrus, peach and pineapple flavours, a smooth finish

  • Ironstone Chardonnay – 2014 – California, USA $44.00

    citrus-layered, with fresh peach flavours and lingering notes of oak and vanilla

  • Redstone Chardonnay ‘Bistro’ – 2013 – VQA – Ontario $44.00

    hints of apricot, peach, pear, apple, with crisp acidity and slightly chalky finish

  • Map Maker Sauvignon Blanc – 2014 – Marlborough, New Zealand $50.00

    bold burst of citrus flavours, with grassy notes and a vibrant, acidic finish

  • Prosecco Villa Sandi – Veneto, Italy $

    a crisp and sparkling apéritif, with just a hint of sweet acidity

  • Malivoire Lady Bug Rosé – 2012 – VQA – Ontario $42.00

    fine home-grown rosé, sweet fruitiness and a long, dry, full-bodied finish

  • Moët & Chandon (375ml) – Champagne, France $52.00

    extra dry and medium-bodied, with fruit aromas and zesty liveliness

  • Veuve Clicquot (375ml) – Champagne, France $54.00

    extra dry and medium to full-bodied, with hints of apple, pear and toast