A Selection of the Fantastic Food & Drink we stock

Local Artisan Cheeses

Lyburn’s Winchester


An award-winning cheese farmed, produced and matured on the northern edge of the New Forest. The maker says: ‘This cheese still has an element of creaminess to it with a subtle nuttiness in flavour.’

Rosary Goats


Made from goats’ milk, this award-winning cheese is hand-crafted just north of the New Forest in neighbouring Wiltshire. The maker says: ‘Our cheese is a creamy and fresh goats’ cheese with a natural acidity and a mousse-like texture.’

Lyburn’s Stoney Cross


Another award-winning cheese, named after the World War II airfield adjacent to the farm. The maker says: ‘At 8 weeks old it is creamy, buttery in texture, sweet flavours, with a distinctly earthy finish.’

Isle of Wight Blue


A multiple, global medal-winning soft blue cheese from its eponymous home just across the water from the New Forest. As its maker says, it has ‘bags of character.’



From the north of our county, this is a Hampshire take on Camembert, a soft, white-rinded cows’ milk cheese. Its maker says it has: ‘a rich and earthy mushroom fragrance and a long-lasting sweet and nutty flavour.’

Barkham Blue


This blue from Two Hoots Cheese on the Hampshire/Berkshire border has won numerous awards. Its maker says: ‘It has a rich blue taste, smooth buttery texture with a melt in the mouth flavour, without the harshness associated with some blue cheese.’

Locally Cured Charcuterie

Karma Ham


From A Pinch of Salt, a curing company in New Milton (near here) producing a range of quality cured meats, using local small holdings and pedigree pig farmers in the Hampshire and New Forest area.

Hampshire Salami


A semi-dry-cured salami, it is partly dried to enhance its cooking performance.

Hampshire Lomo


Made from pork Loin, It has been dry cured in a mixture of salts and spices, and then slowly air dried. Its flavour is delicate but meaty and has enough fat to give it a soft texture.

Hampshire Pancetta


Dry-cured belly pork with a delicate blend of salts and spices gently rubbed in, then slowly air dried.

Hampshire Bresaola


Made with beef rump; traditionally dry cured in a blend of salts, herbs and spices, then slowly air dried for several months. A melt in the mouth texture with layers of flavour!

Hampshire Coppa


Made from New Forest Pork shoulder, slowly dry cured in a blend of salts and spices, coated in pepper spice mix, and slowly air dried to develop the strong punchy flavour.

Hampshire Chorizo


A semi-dry-cured chorizo, it is partly dried to enhance its cooking performance. Made with shoulder of pork.

The White Wine List

Solms Delta Chenin Blanc

Solms Delta Chenin Blanc

The Chenin blanc is harvested at optimal ripeness to ensure good fruit expression, while still maintaining balance and freshness. 13%, South Africa.

Castle Street Witkasteel

Castle Street

Meaning White Castle in Afrikaans, this is an ambitious Rhone-inspired blend of predominantly Grenache Blanc with five other varietals. Unsurprisingly it’s a complex wine but shows incredible balance with an intense yet refined fruity character that makes it endlessly enjoyable. 13.5%, South Africa.

Wild South Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Wild South Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Aromas of citrus zest and citrus. The palate is lively with excellent flow and texture, leading onto zingy lemon and lime flavours. 12.5%, New Zealand.

Basa Blanco Verdejo/Viura Rueda

Basa Blanco White

A succulent white, packed with crisp, clean flavours of yellow plums and white peaches. 13%, Spain.

The Red Wine List

Solms Delta Shiraz


Dark fruits of plum, prune and cassis. This wine has subtle hints of oak spice with notes of liquorice and mint that leads to a smooth, generous palate. 14%, South Africa.

Noël St Laurent Côtes du Rhône


Full flavoured and beautifully balanced with plenty of garrigue herb character that is so typical of Grenache in the Rhône valley, along with a gentle floral character of violets. 14%, France.

Gran Cerdo Tempranillo


The maker says that this: ‘is a great wine dedicated to the bank executives that denied loans to us on the basis that wine is not a seizable asset. One day, these greasy and sweaty corporate suits will find that the best things in life cannot be impounded. Thanks to our friends help, we were finally able to bottle this wine. Now you can enjoy it with ham.’ 13.5%, Spain.

The Rosé & Sparkling Wine List

M by Famille Sumeire


This Méditeranée Rosé is produced from vineyards located along the coast just outside Provence. It has a delicate pale pink colour with a palate bursting with ripe red berry fruit flavours and a crisp finish. 12.5%, France.

Ca’Degli Ermellini Prosecco Spumante

Degli Eremellini

A wonderfully balanced and harmonious Prosecco which shows a great deal of class. Delicate notes of elderflower, honey and green apple make this the perfect aperitif. 11%, Italy

Castlewood Vintage Brut


This English sparkling wine is produced in Devon. Comprising Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunièr, it is pale straw yellow, elegant and buttery. Lemon sherbet on mid palate with layers of tangerine. Long crisp extra fine persistent mousse. A vintage sparkling wine for very special occasions. 12%, England.

Beers & Ciders

Piddle Premium Ale


From neighbouring Dorset where the brewer takes its name from the River Piddle, this amber session ale is refreshingly well hopped and well balanced with a citrus twist. 4.1%.

Gyle 59 IPA


From another Dorset-based craft brewer, this India Pale Ale has strong grapefruit, orange and floral notes from Cascade, Amarillo and Chinook hops, and a long, bitter finish. 5.3%.

Paulaner Munich Lager


From the home of Oktoberfest comes this traditional Bavarian lager, a perfect balance of malty character and the light bitterness of hops. Our least local brew! 4.9%.

Gyle 59 Vienna Session Lager


Dry hopped, cold fermented and lagered for at least 12 weeks. Honey on toast! 4.2%.

Indian Runner Golden Ale


From a craft brewer in the east of our county, this unique, refreshing premium golden ale is perfect drinking, whatever the occasion. 4.7%.

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