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WineLast year we embarked on an exciting new way of creating our wine lists. Working closely with our friends at Bibendum, we invited our cinema managers and bar staff to curate their own lists based on a mountain of research and a lot of tasting...

Judging by the feedback from you all, they did a fantastic job, and so we have let them loose for the second year running. It's been another amazing experience and we're really proud of the lists that have come out of it.

There are a few old favourites - we've stuck with the fantastic English sparkling wine from the guys at Chapel Down and the New Zealand Sauvignon from Spy Valley - but there are some incredible newcomers too. Look out for real gems from Sicily, South Africa, Australia and Washington State, USA.

Great wine means a lot to us, and to you too, we think. We've installed Verre De Vin wine preservation systems in each of our cinemas to ensure each glass is as fresh and fizzy as the first.

 

Vineyard

 

The following wines are available at all Picturehouses. To download a PDF of the full wine list please click here

 


White

Finca Valero Macabeo, Carinena, Spain
A quaffable Spanish beauty. Light, crisp and refreshing.

Bush Telegraph Pinot Grigio, Australia
A crisp, clean style of Pinot Grigio with bright, tropical flavours.

Spy Valley Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand
Classic Kiwi Sauvignon - passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple and lime all perfectly balanced.


Red

Finca Valero Tempranillo/Garnacha, Spain
Full of bright, fresh red fruit with a hint of spice.

Villa dei Fiori Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy
Ripe, rounded and slightly rustic in a good way!

Dinastia Vivanco Rioja Crianza, Spain
Intense cherry-red fruit, vanilla and spice with a light toastiness from its time in oak.


Rosé

Bush Telegraph Cab/Merlot Rosé, Australia
Packed full of bright, red-berry flavours with a hint of sweetness.


Sparkling Wines

Bisol Jeio Prosecco, Italy
The perfect Prosecco - full of lively crisp apples and sherberty fruit with an extremely elegant fizz.

Chapel Down Brut, England
This English sparkling wine is every bit as good as some of the most famous Champagnes - some even say better.