Regatta Restaurant 171 High Street, Aldeburgh 01728 452011

Our Wine List

Our wines are all individually tasted and selected by Alex using both local and national wine suppliers. From firm favourites to unusual blends, you’re sure to find a wine that you like on our list!

White Wine by the Glass

125ml 175ml 250ml
Côtes de Gascogne Domaine de Grachies £3.50 £5.00 £6.50
Pinot Grigio, Ke Bonta £3.75 £5.50 £6.75
Chardonnay, Murphy’s Big River £4.25 £6.00 £8.00
Sauvignon Blanc, Makutu £5.00 £6.25 £8.75
Picpoul de Pinet, La Vista £5.00 £6.25 £8.75

Red Wine by the Glass

125ml 175ml 250ml
Sospiro Rosso, Sangiovese Blend £3.50 £5.00 £6.50
Shiraz / Pinotage, Ribshack £3.50 £5.00 £6.25
Malbec, Tribu £4.00 £5.50 £7.00
Merlot, Aromo £4.25 £5.75 £7.25
Pinot Noir, Stoneburns £5.50 £7.00 £10.50

Rose Wine by the Glass

125ml 175ml 250ml
Cabernet Rose, Les Roulants £3.50 £5.00 £6.25
Rioja Rosado, Finca Manzanos £3.75 £5.25 £8.00
Pinot Grigio, Blush, Villa Benizi £4.25 £5.50 £8.00

Prosecco / Champagne by the Glass

125ml 175ml 250ml
Di Maria Prosecco, Veneto £5.50
Di Maria Rose, Sumante, Veneto £5.50
Champagne, Lacombe, Gran Cuvee £9.00

White Wine

  • Côtes de Gascogne Domaine de Grachies – France
    Crisp and fresh with Sauvignon Blanc showing clearly, this delightful wine also has an appealing fruity finish
  • Pinot Grigio, Ke Bonta – Italy
    This wine is packed with grapefruit, lime and melon flavours, all bound up with a zesty, crisp, citrus balance.
  • Chardonnay, Murphys Big River – Australia
    Soft and stylish, this is a genuine Chardonnay with real character.
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Makutu – New Zealand
    Melon, thyme, gooseberry, blackcurrants and lemon aromas, full and assertive on the nose and palate. Medium to full bodied with vibrant acidity intertwined with crisp fruits.
  • Picpoui de Pinet, La Viste – France
    A fresh, dry with crisp apple fruit and citrus aromas with soft, delicate autumn fruit on the palate, well balanced by crisp acidity.
  • Viognier, Aromo – Chile
    Viognier has parachuted successfully into other countries from its home in France and here in the Maule Valley it offers an extra layer of intensity and flavour.
  • Muscadet, Sévre et Maine Coing – France
    A superb Muscadet from the Sévre et Maine region. A dry, fresh, fruity, distinctive wine with good acidity, fresh citrus lemons on the palate.
  • Riesling, Pioneer Road – Australia
    The Clare Valley is synonymous with the source to some of Australia’s finest Rieslings. This wine delivers a fruity and steely wine with a crisp, dry finish.
  • Bacchus, Lavenham Brook – Suffolk, UK
    This example from award winning vineyards in Suffolk has wonderful aromatics heralding supple fruit on the palate and a clean, fresh, zippy acidity in a off dry.
  • Albarino, Laureatus – Spain
    Pale golden in colour. Fresh fruit and clean acidity make it the perfect accompaniment to shellfish, crab and lobster. Notes of tangerine, apples and a hint of aromatic herbs that ends with tropical fruits such as pineapple and mango.
  • Pinot Gris Reserve, Cave de Turckheim, Alsace – France
    Naturally flavoursome and lightly spicy with a fresh viscosity, this is a charming wine that will match a wide range of dishes.
  • Quincy Domaine Ballandors – France
    Classic Loire Sauvignon Blanc produced close to Sancerre and Pouilly Fumé. Steely, elegant and delicious.
  • Soave Superiore Classico, Tuffale, Bolla – Italy
    From the volcanic hillsides surrounding Verona, this wine is intense, rich and yet also intricate – it is also mind blowing!
  • Montagny 1er Cru Caves de Buxy – France
    This southern Burgundy has the majority of the style, richness and complexity of more famous names produced just further north and offers outstanding value.

Red Wine

  • Sospiro Rosso, Sangiovese Blend – Italy
    Starbright ruby red in the glass. Balanced on the palate with an aroma of plums and strawberry jam.
  • Shiraz / Pinotage, Ribshack – South Africa
    A blend of Pinotage and Shiraz that is ripe, smooth and full of flavour. Wow was our first reaction!
  • Malbec, Tribu, Trivento – Argentina
    Vibrant red with violet tones. Aroma is delicate and balanced blend of forest fruit, plum and cherry. Medium bodied, good food wine.
  • Merlot, Aromo – Chile
    Chile seems to be on a roll with its range and quality of wines, with Merlot leading the way with a crowd pleasing fruit driven style.
  • Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Conviviale – Italy
    Bright, cherry red in appearance, the nose is full of intense red and black fruit aromas with just a hint of vanilla.
  • Shiraz, Devlins Mount – Australia
    Red berries and cedar wood notes. From South Australia. Versatile enough to enjoy with a chargrilled steak.
  • Primitivo Appassimento, Lucalia, Puglia – Italy
    Produced with the same method as Amarone, by drying the grapes, Lucale has an intense garnet colour and berry aromas. It is full bodied and supple with layers of dark fruit and a lingering finish. Quite superb and great value.
  • Rioja, Bodegas Ortega Ezquerro – Spain
    Aromas of red fruits, strawberry, raspberry and cranberry with nuances of vanilla and toffee. Well balanced and full bodied wine, with very round tannins. 70 year old vines.
  • Pinot Noir, Stoneburns – New Zealand
    A great Pinot Noir from Marlborough, New Zealand. Light, fruity and perfumed. Drink with meat, oily fish or on its own.
  • Cotes Du Rhone, Dairud Calranne – France
    Immediately impressive, this wine reveals its class from the start. Morello cherry underpinned by very subtle oaky nuances, lovely sweet spice with a touch of cinnamon. Smooth with very supple tannins.
  • Pinot Noir, Crusher, Clarksburg AVA – California, USA
    This must be the greatest value of money Pinot Noir out of California. Whilst not Burgundian in make up it ticks all the boxes for fans of Pinot.
  • Hautes Cotes de Beaune Rouge Jean-Luc Joillot – France
    From the famous Burgundian Cotes (hillside) this is a fine Pinot Noir – delicately coloured, refined red fruits and extended flavour and impact.
  • Chateau St Christophe Saint Emillion Grand Cru – France
    A longstanding favourite of ours produced by the Richard family. Smooth and refined this is definitive Claret.
  • The Chocolate Block, boekenhoutskloof, Western Cape – South Africa
    Winemaker Mark Kent happily shares with us the various grapes that he includes in this iconic cape red, yet he remains secretive as to what he does in the winery to achieve such a wondrous style.

Rosé Wine

  • Cabernet Rosé, Les Roulants, Languedoc Roussillon – France
    Truly pale and delicate in the classic blush style, it is lively, soft dry and thoroughly appealing.
  • Rioja Rosado, Finca Manzanos – Spain
    A beautiful pink, this charming wine offers a lovely and lively berry fruitiness for those who like their rosé less dry.
  • Pinot Grigio Blush, Villa Benizi – Italy
    Salmon pink in colour with an aromatic nose of freshly crushed cranberries and mineral elements. The palate is light, dry and crisp.
  • Provence Rosé, Hecht and Bannier – France
    Beautifully and elegantly presented which the delightful contents more than live up to! Delicious and quite outstanding classic pale Provence Rosé.

Sparkling Wine

  • Di Maria Prosecco, Veneto – Italy
    A premium quality Prosecco, this is a stylish Italian sparker and very easy drinking in style.
  • Di Maria Rose, Sumante, Veneto – Italy
    Gently pink, softly fruity, delightfully appealing!
  • Champagne, Lacombe, Gran Cuvee – France
    Smooth and flavoursome, this is a delicious glass, or bottle of Champagne.
  • Champagne, Bollinger, Special Cuvee – France
    Truly brilliant. Grand Cru from a top house.