At Pax House we are proud of our eclectic wine list combining classics with carefully selected special wines from both Old and New World, for enjoyment in our lounge, in your bedroom or on our terrace.
Here’s to the corkscrew, a useful key to unlock the storehouse of wit, the treasures of laughter, the front door of fellowship and gate of pleasant jolly.
Domaine Ventenac Merlot 2015 Languedoc, France
Using grapes from their 120 hectares in Rioja Altaand Rioja Alavesa. Aromas to blackberry and bilberry together with spicy tones (clove and cinnamon) from the American oak-tree, mild tobacco and light balsamic notes. The Tempranillo variety showing its typical elegance and complexity.
Viña Bujanda Crianza 2013 Rioja, Spain
Aromas to blackberry and bilberry together with spicy tones (clove and cinnamon) from the American oak-tree, mild tobacco and light balsamic notes. The Tempranillo variety showing its typical elegance and complexity.
Finca Sophenia Reserve Malbec 2016 Mendoza, Argentina
Grown at an altitude of 400 feet, these pristine Malbec grapes are hand harvested before being submitted to a strict selection process. Aged in French oak barrels for ten to twelve months, the wine has complex aromas of plums, ripe cherries and violets. Smooth, powerful and ultimately, massively satisfying.
Forrest Estate Pinot Noir 2014 Marlborough, New Zealand
Aged 10 months in 20% new French oak barriques. The bouquet is elegantly proportioned and tightly packed with deep aromas or ripe, blackberry and cherry fruit with raspberry liqueur, dark herb, spicy herb and nutty complexities. Medium-full bodied, concentrated and sweetly rich fruit flavours of dark red berry fruit, raspberry liqueur and liquorice feature on the palate.
Château Chante Alouette 2012 St. Emilion Grand Cru, Bordeaux, France
A classic blend of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabinet Franc. This 2012 vintage reveals flavours of fresh red berries, mocha and a hint of spice. In the mouth it has a good structure and offers fruit, generous body with finesse and a remarkable silkiness. This is a very pleasant wine, perfectly vinified and with good persistence and character, woody. In the mouth, fresh and rich, mellowed tannins with great intensity.
Heart of Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Marlborough, New Zealand
The Forrest family has farmed for generations, but it was not until 1988 that Drs John and Brigid Forrest began winemaking. Their hands-on operation, blending art and science to produce wines of high quality and purity, has given Forrest an enviable international reputation witnessed by numerous awards.
Dominio de la Granadilla 2016 Rueda, Spain
Family owned estate located in the heart of Rueda in the town of Navas del Rey.
It belongs to 4 brothers and sisters who are real “vine growers”. Fresh and vibrant zesty flavours with a long finish.
Bonotto delle Tezze Pinot Grigio 2016 Veneto, Italy
This winery located in the foothills of the Dolomites boasts 400 years of experience. A mix of tradition, innovation and history contribute to the success of this family run business. This Pinot Grigio has a bouquet of tropical fruits with hints of lemon and pineapple. What Pinot Grigio should taste like!
Domaine Manciat-Poncet Mâcon-Charnay 2015 Burgundy, France
Fermented and aged 100% in stainless steel tanks to preserve all of the zesty fruit and mineral qualities that fine Mâcon should exhibit. The chardonnay fruit is 100% hand-harvested (a rarity in the region) and attention to detail at every level make this one of the purist, most satisfying white burgundies in its class.
Domaine Andre Dezat Sancerre 2016 Loire valley, France
The Dezat family is one of the oldest wine-growing families in Sancerre, dating back to 1550. With grapes harvested at peak maturity, which enable the development of aromas of fresh cut grass, white flowers, citrus and exotic fruits, infused throughout with the typical Sancerre elegance and mineral character.