"If the food is the body of good living...

...wine is its soul"

Our selection of wines has been personally and expertly chosen, with a single goal in mind - to let you try the most unusual wines from all over the world. Our selection comes from both - Old and New World wines from countries like Slovenia, Italy and New Zealand, and much more... See our wine list for details & make sure to ask about our specials in Kasbah!

For recommendations or food & wine pairing do not hesitate to ask our wine expert or a staff member.
Any bottle contains 5 glasses of wine.

Red Wines

‘Vigneti di Torbe Valpolicella Ripasso’ – Veneto, Italy (2014) Corvina, Rondinella, and Corvinone. (Strong ruby red with hints of violet, and complex aromas of damsons, bitter chocolate and smoky tones. Well balanced, full-bodied, velvet-smooth with harmonious tannins. CANTINA VALPOLICELLA NEGRAR) -40.00
‘Uno’ – Valencia, Spain (2014) Monastrell. (This elegant and poweful red wine has some primary fruit flavours, but hides amongst notes of leather, coffee and spice, backed up by some beguiling tannins. RAFAEL CAMBRA) Sustainable -45.00
‘Umberta’ – Piedmont, Italy (2016) Barbera. (An exceptional wine with a distinct ruby red colour. Fruity and floral with notes of blackberry, raspberry, wild strawberry and violet on the nose. Fresh and immediate, with great drinkability and persistant fruity character. IULI) -40.00
‘Montepulciano Vino Nobile’ – Tuscany, Italy (2013) Sangiovese. (Deep ruby red colour, bright and inviting nose of red cherry and blueberry aromas. Taste of rich blackberry enriched by a delicate hint of black pepper, with smooth tannins that flow into a long balsamic finale. CROCE DI FEBO) Organic -55.00
‘La Xara’ – Manchuela, Spain (2016) Garnacha. (Ruby red in colour, an attractive, fragrant and floral Garnacha with fresh wild raspberry, cinnamon and a delicate hint of black pepper. BODEGAS PONCE) BYO/ORGANIC -38.00
‘La Forcalla de Antonia’ – Valencia, Spain (2016) Forcaya. (Made with the rare indingenous Valencian grape of Forcaya, this outstanding wine is aged up to ten months in French oak. Perfume of cherry, notes of chocolate and liquorice on the palate. Fantastic with cheese or pork. RAFAEL CAMBRA) Sustainable 8.0038.00
‘Joven’ – Ribera del Duero, Spain (2016) Tempranillo. (This ‘unoaked’ young wine has forward floral aromas and delicious pure damson fruits. On the palate, it proves to be round, meaty and soft. ABADÍA DE ACÓN) 7.5036.00
‘La Perra Gorda’ – Bierzo, Spain (2016) Mencia. (La Perra Gorda reveals the most amiable side of the Mencía variety in El Bierzo Alto, mixed with 8% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Merlot. Dark ruby colour, a round wine with character,earthy minerality, delicate and velvety with vibrant tannins. ALTOS DE SAN ESTEBAN) Organic 8.0038.00
‘Amarone’ – Veneto, Italy (2012) Mollinara. (Ruby-red colour, its full-bodied bouquet is soft and warm, exalting the senses with its state of constant evolution.Its slightly bitter, and yet soft taste is reminiscent of almonds, of mature plums, of violets and of drying cherries combined with the fascinating hint of raisin and rasberries. MONTE ZOVO) -50.00
‘Blue Cutting Road’ – Clare Valley, Australia (2012) Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. (Fruit driven with a nose of ripe fruits, with notes of Turkish delight and liquorice. The palate displays flavours of blackcurrant, blueberry and chocolate. Long fine tannins on the finish. O’LEARY WALKER) -36.00
‘Pinot Nero’ – Friuli, Italy (2016) Pinot Noir. (Ruby red with gently blurred edges. The scent opens with fruity notes such as blackberry and raspberry and closes in with a gently spicy sensations finale. The taste is harmonious with a variety of sensations both spicy and fruity, all in harmony with each other; very good gustative persistence. ANTONUTTI) -38.00
‘Château Bonfort Montagne Saint Emilion’ – Bordeaux, France (2015) Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. (Lovely nose with pleasant toasted, smoky notes. A structured, elegant, refined wine, characterized primarily by the Cabernet grape. CHEVAL QUANQARD) -45.00
‘Rioja Vendemia Selecionada’ – Rioja, Spain (2016) Temprenillo, Garnacha. (Notes of fresh raspberry and strawberry. Good body, gentle on the palate, with silky tannins and a good acidity. GOMEZ CRUZADO) -38.00
‘Bajancas’ – Douro, Portugal (2015) Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinta Roriz. (Complex aroma of red fruits and minerals. Soft tannins and appealing freshness. Long length with notes of toast and coffee. DOURO FAMILY ESTATES) 8.0038.00
‘Anima Umbra’ – Umbria, Italy (2012) Sangiovese, Canaiolo. (An exceptional wine with an aroma of currants, plum, and fragrant flowers. Dry and fresh with delicate tannins. ARNALDO CAPRAI) -36.00
‘Armilo’ – Trentino, Italy (2014) Teroldego. (A round, pleasantly fruity wine with an aroma of raspberries, fresh cherry notes, and violets. Velvety and harmonious tannins with excellent texture and character. BOLOGNANI) -38.00
‘Final Instructions’ – Clare Valley, Australia (2014) Shiraz. (Brick red with a slight purple tinge. On the nose the wine offers black liquorice and dark fruit, with hints of spice and pepper. This wine has a rich concentrated palate, powerful and with great length. O’LEARY WALKER) -45.00
‘Marzemino Fugatti’ – Trentino, Italy (2016) Marzemino. (A wine for Pinot Noir lovers who want to try something different! This wine has a ruby red color with violet reflection. It is well-balanced with soft tannins, hints of pomegranate, morel berry, sour black berry, light notes of violet, with gentle vegetable and tannic hints. Also very enjoyable served chilled. ROBERTA FUGATTI) 7.5036.00
‘Negroamaro Salento’ – Puglia, Italy (2016) Negroamaro. (Negroamaro is the most typical grape variety of Salento on the southernmost part of Apulia region and has drawn great interest thanks to the character of its wines. Rivera’s modern winemaking results a fresh and balanced red wine with bright aromas of dark berries and long aftertaste. RIVERA) -36.00
‘Janare’ – Campagnia, Italy (2014) Aglianico. (Deep ruby colour with violet hints. Beautiful cherry notes on the nose, full-bodied, good tannic structure and silky finish. LA GUARDIENSE) Organic -55.00
‘Don David’ – Cafayate Valley, Argentina (2016) Malbec. (Lively red colour with violet notes. Plums, tobacco and oak. Rich and concentrated flavours, with a very long and pleasant aftertaste due to its round and fully ripe tannins. MICHEL TORINO) 6.5030.00
‘Côtes du Rhône’ – Courthézon, France (2016) Grenache, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Syrah, Cinsault. (Featuring a beautiful structure, this moderately tannic wine develops notes of fresh fruit—crushed strawberry and blackberry—with a hint of liquorice. DOMAINE DE LA JANASSE) -45.00
‘Domaine de Coussergues’ – Languedoc, France (2016) Merlot. (Clear, purple hue. Very fruity nose of crushed strawberry and a nice freshness. Full-bodied, medium tannins and a structured palate; great drinkability. CHÂTEAU COUSSERGUES) 7.0032.00
‘Langhe’ – Piedmont, Italy (2016) Nebbiolo. (The classic grape used to produce Barolo wines, is selected from vineyards around the village of Barolo but only aged for 12 months in oak barriques. Aromas of violet and raspberry with light, delicate hints of spice. Fresh, crushed red fruit flavours on the palate leading to a long, lingering finish. BARALE) -45.00
‘Colheita’ – Douro, Portugal (2013) Tinta Barroca, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Franca, Touriga Nacional. (Deep ruby colour, bursting with the aromas of red fruits and spices. Appealing in the mouth, with elegant fruits and great freshness. The tannins are soft but present, with great intensity and persistence. This an intense and elegant wine, ideal with red meats and strong cheeses. QUINTA DO SOQUE) -38.00

White Wines

‘Diluvio’ – Rias Baixas, Spain (2017) Albariño. (This wine displays varietal character and is notable for its broadness and balance. Visually it has a clear and deep straw colour with green flecks. On the nose it is intense and complex with notes of freshness, fruits and white flowers. ABANICO SELECTIONS) 8.0038.00
‘Piedra Blanca’ – Rueda, Spain (2015) Verdejo. (A bright straw green colour, the nose reveals intense grassiness combined with green fruits and a hint of tropical exuberance. The palate has marked nervous acidity, is medium bodied and finishes with a touch of bitterness. ABANICO SELECTIONS) -40.00
‘Domaine de Coussergues’ – Languedoc, France (2017) Chardonnay, Viognier. (Floral and fruity aromas of peach and apricot. Fresh, crisp and round in the mouth, soft texture and refreshing acidity. Excellent with cheese, duck dishes or polenta chips. CHÂTEAU COUSSERGUES) 7.0032.00
‘Viña Barredero’ – Condado de Huelva, Spain (2016) Zalema. (Fineness and elegance, comprises an aromatic range of fresh fruit, apple and pineapple, memories of white summer flowers and a hint of fresh almonds. Rich aftertaste and long finish. BODEGAS CONTRERAS RUIZ) 7.5036.00
‘Chablis’ – Burgundy, France (2017) Chardonnay. (This Chablis is a brilliant colour with green highlights. The nose is precise, pure, chiselled, with slightly iodized notes of citrus fruit. The mouth has a classic structure, crunchy and delicious, with notes of citrus fruit and minerality. The finish is very appetizing, with stony, salty minerality. CLOSERIE DES ALISIERS) -45.00
‘Branco Poços’ – Douro, Portugal (2017) Gouveio, Rabigato. (Citrine colour. Flowery and fruity notes and hints of lemonade. Tropical fruit in the mouth, acidity fits nicely with the fruity, long finish. QUINTA DOS POÇOS) -36.00
ALBARIÑO “Pazo San Mauro”: Spain – Rias Baixas. 2015 (Intense fruit and foral aromas. Dry, fresh and highly aromatic with good acidity and a superb balance. - PAZO SAN MAURO) -36.00
‘Willems Willems’ – Saar, Germany (2016) Riesling. (A typical Riesling Kabinett from the Mosel. With a lot of finesse, complexity and elegance. Seductive scents of blossom, yellow flowers and ripe pear; a long and pleasant finish. WILLEMS WILLEMS HOFMANN) 9.0043.00
‘Burja’ – Vipava, Slovenia (2016) Zelen. (The intriguing Zelen, meaning 'green' in Slovene, is an almost extinct grape typical of the Vipava. Sweet-sour sensations on the palate with a great rounded balance. Fruity notes of pear and apple on the nose and an entincing saline finish. VIPAVSKA DOLINA) Organic/Vegan -38.00
‘Greenhough’ – Nelson, New Zealand (2016) Sauvignon Blanc. (Very pure and ethereal wine with subtle minerality, citrus fruits and green capsicum flavours. Crisp acidity gives a drying finish. Good food wine that is made from 100% organically grown fruit. GREENHOUGH) Organic -36.00
‘Gavi Picollo’ – Piedmont, Italy (2017) Cortese. (Straw-yellow color with notes of fresh green apple, grapefruit and fresh flowers. The wine has a fresh, dry flavor with fruity and citrus tones, well-balanced acidity and harmonious aftertaste. PICOLLO ERNESTO) -36.00
‘Carso Vitovska’ – Friuli, Italy (2016) Vitovska. (A delicate and refined expression of floral and mineral notes, with a faint hint of pears. Soft and fruity attack, with enveloping floral notes and a fresh saline finish. RADO KOCJANCIC) Organic -38.00
‘Bolognani’ – Trentino, Italy (2016) Pinot Grigio. (This wine is aged on its lees to enhance its character and the intensity of its fragrance, until spring, then bottled. Straw yellow in colour, the aromas bring to mind flowers of acacia, hay and almonds. They evolve towards lime-blossom. Dry and savoury, with citrus fruity notes; it blends harmoniously with its fragrance. BOLOGNANI WINERY) 8.0038.00
‘Ca’ Visco’ – Castelcerino, Italy (2017) Garganega, Trebbiano di Soave. (The aromas are subtle and fresh, suggesting white flowers, from hawthorn to cherry blossoms, underpinned by fresh apple, white plum, sage and minerals. On the palate, the wine is dry with structure and good balance. The long finish has attractive almond notes. COFFELE VITICOLTORI) Organic 8.0038.00
‘Morin Langaran’ – Languedoc, France (2016) Picpoul. (Picpoul's enjoying a surge in popularity—it’s the new Pinot Grigio, only more interesting! Fresh floral and green fruit aromas with a faint hint of sea air. Zesty and vibrant with pear and melon fruit and refreshing acidity. DOMAINE MORIN LANGARAN) -30.00
‘Traminer Aromatico’ – Fruili, Italy (2016) Gewürztraminer. (The wine's aroma recalls roses and lavender with a touch of tropical fruit. The palate is clean and refreshing with a fine mineral edge, citrus and tropical fruits, like lychee, combining with nice spicy overtones and turkish delight flavours. ANTONUTTI) -38.00
‘O’Leary Walker Oaked Chardonnay’ – Adelaide Hills, Australia (2010) Chardonnay. ( Single Vineyard Wine. The bouquet displays cool climate white peach & nectarine fruit aromas with the subtle use of fine French oak which has added creamy complexity. The palate is rich, soft and creamy, an elegant Chardonnay. The long balanced palate has delicate fruit and spice characters with great balance and length. O’LEARY WALKER) -35.00
‘Touraine’ – Loire, France (2016) Sauvignon Blanc. (Fresh crisp nose with hints of minerality and citrus fruits. Attractive grassiness, and in the style of a Sancerre. OLIVER SINSON) 7.5036.00
LA GARDE BLANC: France. Ugni Blanc / Colombard. 2015 (The smell is stunning, expressing the delightful notes of citrus fruit and green apple. Highly recommended with oysters.) -30.00
RIESLING: Austria – Krems. 2016 (This Riesling has favours of crisp apples, limes and passion fruitwith a hint of honey. - MÜLLER) -30.00
‘Müller Martin’ – Kremstal, Austria (2017) Grüner Vetliner, Gelber Muskateller, Sauvignon Blanc. (Light green-yellow in the glass, fresh grapes and typical Veltliner spice in the nose, elderberry and currant on the palate. MARTIN) -30.00


‘Montesierra Rosé’ – Somontano, Spain (2017) Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. (Pink carmine and violet hue with intense aromas of red fruits. The palate is soft and creamy with a slight acidity. Made with Cabernet and Merlot, the most typical Somontano rosé is an authentic delight for the senses. BODEGA PIRINEOS) -36.00
‘Cuvée Joséphine Rosé’ – Luberon, France (2017) Syrah, Grenache. (From the idyllic, sun-dappled Luberon just to the east of the Rhône Valley, and the north of Provence, this is a classic. Look for perfectly ripe, fresh chopped strawberries, red cherries, and grapefruit in this luscious fruit bowl. CHÂTEAU VAL JOANIS) 7.5036.00


‘Perrier Jouët- Grand Brut’ – Epernay Region of Champagne, France (2016) Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier. (Delicate, elegant and balanced. Notes of cherry, plum, lemon and bergamot on the nose, with notes of butter madelaine cakes and vanilla sugar to follow. Ampleness and vivacity balance out in the mouth, developing into a flavour of round and vinous elegance. A fresh, balanced champagne with a long finish.) -85.00


‘Mionetto Frizzante’ – Valdobbiadene, Italy (2016) Glera. (The bouquet show the classic aromas to the Glera grape, harmoniously married to delicate impressions of honey on the palate. MIONETTO) -32.00
‘Mionetto Prosecco’ – Valdobbiadene, Italy (2016) Glera. (Very classy stuff as would be expected from super-slick operation Mionetto. All their considerable expertise in creating Prosecco can easily be seen in this polished, excellent, fruit-driven Prosecco. MIONETTO) Biodynamic 7.5036.00

Sparkling Sweet Wines

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‘Cava Renaixença Brut’ – Catalunya, Spain (2016) Parellada, Macabeo, Xarel-lo. ( Bracingly dry, with lemony acidity and beautifully fine bubbles, this would go well with oysters or other salty seafood. Remember, cava is made in the same method as Champagne and, as such, represents some of the best value fizz around. BODEGAS ABANICO) -40.00