Location:

14 Dean street

Liskeard, Cornwall

PL14 4AA

© 2014 Tapenades Restaurant. 

RESERVATIONS

 

Phone:  01579 344844
 

OPENING HOURS

 

We're open 6:30pm 

Thursday through till Monday

House Wines

 

1. Vin De Pays De Cotes De Gascogne,

Domaine De Monluc, South West France, 2013  11.5%

£17.00

 

Nestled in the clayey slopes of the Gascony Highlands situated in South West France, Chateau Monluc produce this hybrid of Ugni Blanc, Colombard (both of which grapes are usually distilled into Armagnac) and Gros Manseng (a crisp, fruity grape) to create this elegantly dry yet persistently flavoursome wine with hints of quince and peach.

 

 

2. Waters Edge. Zinfandel Rose,

                             California, USA, NV  10.5%                                £17.00

 

This fresh and fruity wine which lasts long in the mouth offers summer berry flavours with good texture and balance. Light and fragrant with a vibrant colour. Made in a medium style to appeal to a wide range of tastes.

 

3. El Otro, Merlot,

Maule Valley, Chile, 2013  12.5%

£17.00

 

The Maule Valley has the benefit of a cooling ocean breeze and misty mornings that allow the grapes to maintain their natural acidity whilst attaining full ripeness. Plenty of black fruits on the nose and a classic plumy flavour, added to sweet tannins, this medium bodied red is perfect before, during and after your meal

 

Our House Wines are also available by the Glass        175ml              £5.00

 

Vintages May Vary

 

 

White Wines

 

4. Chablis Premier Cru Fourchaume,

Domaine Séguinot-Bordet, France 2015  13%

£30.00

Domaine Séguinot-Bordet is one of the most renowned families in the Chablis region, having produced fine wines since 1590. Steely dry, with floral honeyed flavours. An outstanding example of this appellation. Possibly the “Premier of the Premiers”

 

5. Pinot Grigio,

Venezie, Italy, 2016   11.5%

£18.00

Situated near the Adriatic Sea within the region of Venice, this popular wine has all the characteristics of a classic Pinot with a rich nutty, dry appeal and hints of peach on a crisp, weighty palate.

 

6. Domaine de La Rablais, Sauvignon Blanc

Loire Valley, France, 2016   12%

£21.00

Located in the heart of the Loire Valley in Touraine this expressive Sauvignon Blanc has all the characteristics of a Sancere or Puilly Fume with an intense boquet of cut grass and nettles and a refreshing palate with a refreshing citrus taste to finish.

 

7. Marqués de Murrieta,

Rioja, Spain, 2010   13.5%

£30.00

On the southern limit of the Rioja Alta, just a few kilometers from Logroño, in the Ygay Estate we find all the traditional grape varieties Tempranillo, Graciano, Mazuelo, Garnacha Blanca and Viura. Two years in oak has produced a soft creamy vanilla flavour, golden in colour with a heady nose of ripe fruit and a palate of apricots and nuts. The harmony of flavours and uncompromising dryness puts this Rioja beyond comparison.

 

8. False Bay, Chenin Blanc

 South Africa, 2016    13.5%   

     £18.00 

Harvested from vineyard slopes that benefit from the cooling sea breezes of False Bay, situated within the Cape of Good Hope. A small portion is matured in new French oak giving added complexity. Fine Mineral characters with gentle green fruit aromas, followed by delicious greengage and citrus lemon acidity on the long finish.

 

9. Spring Creek Estate, Sauvignon Blanc

Marlborough, New Zealand, 2015   13%

£22.00

Marlborough has one of the longest ripening periods for growing grapes in the world. The North coast of the Southern island has a cooler region, perfect for this wine of fresh gooseberry and zingy nettle like aromas producing a lively fresh flavourful palate.

 

10. Domaine de La Fruitière, Muscadet Sur Lie

Loire Valley, France, 2016   12%

£19.00

Situated just South of Nantes and only some 50km from the sea this vineyard produces a lovely yellow gold in colour wine, offering a complex nose combining white fruits of Peach and Quince with Citrus fruit aromas and a subtle floral touch. Rich and long in the mouth which finishes with some mineral touches and its famous tingle on the tongue.

 

11. Coteaux de L’Ardeche, Viognier

Southern France, 2016   13.5%

£21.00

This wine is produced in the heart of the Ardèche valley to the west of the river Rhône. Complex aromas of honeysuckle, acacia and apricots precede an elegant palate of white peaches, minerals and tropical fruit followed by a long, dry finish. Perfect as an aperitif or with fresh fish, spicy food or cheese.

 

 

12. Camel Valley Bachus Dry,

Cornwall, England, 2015       12%

£25.00

An award winning fresh, fruity and subtle dry white wine, with a nose of elderflower and a smooth and vibrant taste on the palate. A perfect match for our Cornish Fayre.

 

 

13. Les Coteaux Tufiers, Vouvray

Loire Valley, France, 2014   12%

£22.00

A demi sec French white wine, produced from Chenin Blanc grapes, hand picked and grown from very old vines, The resulting wine has a concentrated luscious fruit, balanced by a delightful acidity. The palate is honeyed with limeflower, apple, ginger and a clean mineral finish.

 

 

14. Foundstone, Berton Estates, Unoaked Cardonnay

South East Australia, 2015   12.5%

£20.00

An appealing fruit driven wine that has aromas of candied lemon, lime and honeydew melon. The palate is a fusion of sweet citrus peardrop and ripe melon flavours that continue to a long and zesty finish. Unlike some Chardonnays that are aged in oak, the fermentation in stainless steel allows  a clean and pure representation of this classic varietal.

 

 

15. Grand Lanzenac, Sémillon

Cotes de Bergerac, France, 2012   11.5%

£19.00

Bergerac has long lived in the shadow of its more famous sister region of Bordeaux but is worthy of many a good wine, such example is this Sémillon variety which favours the more sweeter palate. Pale yellow in looks but honeyed and rounded in the mouth with fresh fruity aromas.

 

Rosé Wines

 

 

2. Waters Edge. Zinfandel Rose,

                             California, USA, NV  10.5%                                £17.00

 

This fresh and fruity wine which lasts long in the mouth offers summer berry flavours with good texture and balance. Light and fragrant with a vibrant colour. Made in a medium style to appeal to a wide range of tastes.

 

 

 

17. Camel Valley, Pinot Noir Rosé,

Cornwall, England, 2016   12%

£25.00

Made from a blend of Pinot Noir, Dornfelder and Rondo grapes, fermented on their skins for flavour and colour but not tannin. A bouquet of strawberries and raspberries lead well onto its fresh, crisp palate. Perfect for drinking with sunshine and friends!

 

 

 

18. Vistamar Brisa. Cabernet/Syrah Rosé

Central Valley, Chile, 2017    13%

£19.00

An unusually rich fruity Rose, with intense floral aromas with blackberries and other summer berries. Medium dry and fuller in body, this pink is vibrant to the eye and the palate.

 

 

Red Wines

 

19. Châteauneuf-du-Pape   A.C. Tradition,

Domaine Berthet-Rayne, France, 2015  14%

£30.00

This vintage area is situated left side of the Rhone between Orange and Avignon. A variety of Cinsault, Counoise, Mourvèdre and dominant Grenache are used together to produce this impressive quasi-modern style wine full in body and rich with notes of black cherry and cassis.

 

 

20. Marco Porello Barbera,

D’Alba, Northern Italy, 2016   14%

£24.00

The Piedmont region of Northern Italy, surrounded by the Alps, is home to Italy's third most planted grape variety – Barbera. Exhibiting youthful and primary aromas of red fruits, cherry and raspberry on the nose, a palate of intense and full bodied fruit, ripe tannins and crisp acidity and an exceptionally long finish.

 

 

21. Bourgogne Pinot Noir, AC. La Cle Saint Pierre

Burgundy, France, 2014   12.5%

£23.00

Grapes from the Côte de Beaune, Nuits and Chalonnais in Burgundy produce this ruby red, elegant, graceful wine.

A nose of red fruits, especially cherry, rich and supple with good long lasting fruit flavours.

Harvested by hand and aged in oak for only 6 months this classic Burgundy has low tannins and a delicate acidity, perfect as an aperitif or with white meat, fish or cheese.

 

 

22. Cabernet Sauvignon, Cousiño-Macul

Valle Central, Chile, 2015 13.5%

£20.00

An intense, ruby in colour wine which displays lovely scents of ripe blackcurrants and spices. Smooth and complex in the mouth, it shows good fruit and soft tannis. The cool mountain breeze amongst the warm climate in these Chilean Mountains have created possibly the best Cab Sav

 

 

23. Rioja Vega Crianza

Bodegas Muerza, Spain, 2014 13.5%

£22.00

Made with a painstaking selection of Tempranillo, Mazuelo and Graciano grapes. This wine is young, soft, well balanced and fruity. Ripe cherry in colour with good depth and intense complex aromas of leather, tobacco and balsam.

 

 

24. Bergsig Estate Pinotage,

Breede River Valley, South Africa, 2013  14.5%
£23.00

Bergsig Estate is situated in the Breede River Valley in South Africa, about 110 km from Cape Town. This wine has vanilla-spiced ripe berry and plum flavours, backed by a well-textured tannin structure. This rounded, generous wine is a traditional South African variety.

 

 

25. Los Ganos Pinot Noir,

Central Valley Chile, 2015/16   14%

£19.00

A great alternative from the full bodied, heavy tannin wines is this fresh purple red coloured Pinot with a voluptuous expression of rich fruit notes of cherry & plum. Light in the mouth but not lacking in texture and taste. Great with Fish or white meat.

 

 

26. Michel Torino, Malbec

Calchaqui, Argentina, 2016 14%

£21.00

The vineyards of Michel Torino are located at 1,700 meters in Cafayate Valley, the North of Argentina where the thermal amplitude is wide and sun exposure is intense. Distinctive plum aromas are enhanced by oaky notes and there are generous spicy and fruity flavours.

 

 

 

27. McPherson, Shiraz,

South East Australia, 2016   14.5%

£20.00

The soft tannins create a supple and smooth wine with impressive length. There are intense aromas of dark fruits and spice. Ripe plums and blackberries are intergrated with light American Oak.

 

 

28. Santa Monica, Carmenere,

Rapel Valley, Chile, 2013   13.5%

£21.00

A wine that boasts dark chocolate through a complex palate of ripe red fruits and a spicy backbone. The Reserva range of Santa Monica wines exhibit Emilio’s trademark skill in fusing New and Old World winemaking techniques to create complex and age worthy barrel aged wines which offer purity of varietal fruit flavours. A Minimum of Three months ageing in French oak barrels.  great wine with lots of body but soft tannins makes it an ideal choice. Enjoy!

 

30. Chateau de Costis, Laurent Mazeau,

                        Bordeaux, France, 2014       12.5%                     £21.00

 

From the Haut Bernauge, one of the oldest appelations, the wine is brilliant in appearance and has  a complex blend of soft red fruits on the nose. It is round and supple in the mouth with good balance and a long finish. A mature and distinguished Claret.

 

 

Things That Go Pop In The Night!!!

 

 

35. Champagne Robert, Brut

France, NV   12%

£35.00

This ripe, biscuity Champagne with a long, elegant finish, has a light, firm and abundant mousse revealing incessant streams of small long-lasting bubbles. It is produced on a small family estate using traditional grape varieties and with three years bottle aging.

 

 

36. Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut,

France, NV   12%

£60.00

The quintessence of the Bollinger style aged for a minimum of three years. It's full-bodied style results from the Pinot dominated blend, the majority of which is using grapes from the Grand Cru village of Aÿ.

A truly sensational Champagne.

 

 

37. Bodegas Ondarre, Cava,

Spain, NV   11.5%

£23.00

A fruit driven blend ensures no austerity in the style of this wine, holding an intense nose, and full rounded flavours with a clean crisp finish. Bottle aged for a minimum of 9 months before release.

 

 

38. Prosecco. Sergio Extra Dry. Mionetto. DOCG

Italy, N.V     11%

½ Bottle £15.00     Bottle      £25.00

Delicate straw yellow colour with a fragrance of honey and wild apple. Clean, fresh and medium bodied with a rich and persistent gentle foam.

An ideal aperitif, which, you will want to drink all night!

 

 

 

39. Camel Valley Sparkling Rose, Pinot Noir Brut

Cornwall, England, NV

£38.00

Sparkling wines were made in England as long ago as 1660. On 17 December 1662, Englishman Christopher Merret presented a paper to the Royal Society on how to ‘render wines sparkling’ – more than 30 years before the French made their first sparkling Champagne! Camel Valley Sparkling Wine is bottle fermented and rendered sparkling using the ‘traditional Merret method’ of 1662.

 

 

40. Chateau Monluc Rose Tuilé Sauvage

Gascony France, NV   12.5%

£25.00

This elegant and smooth brut has a delightful nose of red fruits matched with a well balanced acidity that lingers long in the mouth.  A perfect way to start your evening especially when shared….

 

 

41. Bleasdale Sparkling Shiraz,

Australia, NV   13.8%

£30.00

The Shiraz grapes used for this deep coloured, intensely fruity wine are especially selected for their ripeness. Fermented in stainless steel, and matured in American oak, this wine has a distinctive dark berry fruit and plum flavours with a sweet vanilla dimension to match the intensity of the fruit, quite delicious!