For The Love Of Wine

We have a love for all things wine. So our wine program is an expression of this passion and devotion with over 700 references, and a dedicated team hopelessly devoted to helping our guests to navigate the list to curate the perfect glass or bottle for any occasion.

The beautifully crafted list boosts 150 Champagnes and Sparkling wines, takes you on a journey through France’s iconic Burgundy, Bordeaux regions, as well as an array of New World countries, but most importantly over a third of the list is dedicated to American wine. Showcasing the rich heritage and innovation in wine making with Californian collections including Grand Cru, 1st Growth, blue-chip wines and one of the largest Opus One Winery restaurant collections in the world including the inaugural 1979 vintage. It would be remiss to not mention our impressive Sake collection also, featuring a selection of rare and exclusive bottles.

For those keen to fuel their curiosity, our Sommeliers can take you on a tour of the wine cellar whilst providing a narrative to the history and tales of the wines which adorns the racks. Alternatively, we host wine dinners working with friends from wineries around the world.

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Wine List

Over 700 references for your to peruse including over 50 by the glass

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Héloïse-Lloris Premier Cru Sexy Fish Champagne

Sexy Fish and Héloïse Lloris have collaborated to produce a unique limited-edition Champagne.  A light golden color with a soft sparkle, fruity, tones of almond with flavors of light buttery brioche and mature rich hints of Manuka honey. This very dry Champagne is elegant and yeasty with a lovely mousse and a fine, tapering finish. A wonderful aperitif, but also great with dishes with a little kick. The Champagne is presented in a dazzling and unique 24k gold plated casing with custom design inspired by our Frank Gehry installation. Each rigid bottle cover is permanently attached and cannot be removed. They are individually handmade, and numbered, in England using a unique tooling method dating back to the 14th century, ensuring no two bottles are identical.