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Wine List


As our long standing customers will know, we have some lovely wines available to enjoy at park café hönle. What not as many know is, that these lovely wines are now also available to pre-order to take home – be it for that glass of wine after a busy day of work or for a special occasion like birthdays, Christmas or perhaps as a gift.

We have put together a small but carefully chosen list of European wines that offer you something a bit different to off-the-shelf-wines. Currently showcasing mostly Italian wines, you will also find a French and an Austrian Grüner Veltliner on there. We are looking at growing our offering to include boutique German wines directly imported from the wine producer. So there is more to come – watch this space!

We have generally selected smaller producers who might pay more love, care and attention to creating their wines which we feel mirrors what we, park café hönle, are all about. „Klein aber fein“ as we say in German – small but fine.


Wines can only be collected directly from the café. We are unable to offer delivery as standard at the moment, however do speak to us about any one-off deliveries. An additional charge may apply.

Please note the first price stated is based on collection, for you to enjoy the wine at home; the second price is based on consumption on our premises.

All prices are per 750ml bottle, unless otherwise stated, and are inclusive of VAT. Vintages may vary and are subject to availability.

Prices and content are correct as of October 2020.


Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry ‘Borgo del Col Alto, Italy, NV
£14.50  |  £28.00

11%  |  vegan
Produced from Glera (formally known as prosecco) grapes grown in the hills of Treviso, Veneto region is produced by the third generation of the Botter family. This Prosecco is pale and delicate with a fine mousse and persistent fine bubbles. The clean fruity aromatic bouquet contains hints of flowers, honey and apple leading to a well balanced, light and fresh palate.

Sekt Extra Trocken, Ruppertsberger, Pfalz, Germany, NV
£18.00  |  £36.00
13%  | vegan
Sekt has a long tradition in Germany. The first sparkling wine houses in the country were already founded at the beginning of the 19th century. Made using the Charmat method, this sparkling wine has fresh lime juice notes combined with white flowers, apple and a lively mousse. Very crisp and refreshing.


Pecorino Tor Del Colle, Terre de Chieti, Abruzzo, Italy, 2019
£10.50  |  £22.00
13%  | vegan  |  organic
A crisp and fresh Pecorino from Abruzzo; produced by the same vineyard as our Prosecco. Lemon-green in colour with blossom and grapefruit aromas on the nose. The palate is dry with a zesty citrus acidity and notes of white peach, pear and green apples. 

Bianco di Custoza, Gorgo di Bricolo, Veneto, Italy, 2019
£12.00  |  £24.00
12.5%  |  vegan  |  organic
Producer Gorgo was established in 1973 in the village of Custoza. The estate stretches over 60 hectares in the ‘Bianco di Custoza’ and ‘Bardolino’ production areas. The estate is owned and managed by Roberta Bricolo with a skilled viticultural team who have been in place for nearly 30 years. All wines are hand crafted and of very high quality. The light, white soils of the region are full of pebbles and silt rich in calcium which gives the wines a distinctive mineral character. 

This elegant white is pale lemon in colour with a fresh nose of apple and honeysuckle. The palate is soft and round with pink lady apples, lemon peel and peaches, fresh acidity and a pronounced mineral note gives good balance and structure to the wine.

Grüner Veltliner/ Pinot Blanc Dollini, Dolle, Austria, 2017
£14.50  |  £28.00
12.5%  |  vegan
Grüner Veltliner represents Austria’s unique contribution to the wine world. It is a variety that makes crisp dry white wines, combining perfume with substance. Combined with Pinot Blanc and Sauvignon this is an immensely fresh wine with aromas of blossom and some herbal notes. Flavours of white peach, lemon and crisp green apple burst onto the palate and are complemented by a fine minerality, finishing with vibrant acidity.

Riesling Trocken Ruppertsberger, Pfalz, Germany, 2019
£12.00  |  £24.00
13%  | vegan
Situated on chalk rich slopes, this vineyard is situated in one of the `grosses gewachs`, which roughly equates to a grand cru. Low yielding old vines produce a dry opulent wine with silky peach perfumed fruit and excellent acidity. Delicate elderflower flavours with ripe pear lead to a crisp limey palate. During winemaking, the wine is left on the lees to give it greater complexity and a fuller bodied character.

Friulano Le Monde, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy, 2018
£14.50  |  £28.00
13%  |  vegan
Made from 100% Friulano, this wine has a fine and delicate nose of fresh flowers, citrus lemon and green apple. The palate is crisp and dry with notes of apple, peach and pear with a subtle floral note. Good weight on the mid-palate, perfectly balanced by a fresh acidity leaving a clean finish. 

La Belle Malvasia Lunaria, Abruzzo, Italy, 2019
£15.50  |  £31.00
13.5%  |  vegan  |  bio-dynamic
This impressive Malvasia comes from the Abruzzo region of Italy. Pale gold in colour with a nose of ripe stone fruits and fresh flowers. The palate is soft and ripe with notes of nectarine, peach, orange zest and candied lemon peel. The opulent flavours are balanced perfectly by a fresh acidity and a long, fruity finish.

Müller Thurgau, Kaltern, Alto Adige, Italy, 2016
£18.00  |  £36.00
12.5%  |  vegan  |  bio-dynamic
This wine is 100% Müller-Thurgau which is a crossing of Riesling and Madeleine Royale. Perfumed and floral on the nose, the palate is well balanced, crisp and dry with juicy flavours of peach, elderflower and honeysuckle on the palate with a long and elegant finish. The producer, the co-operative Kellerei Kaltern Caldaro, became the first Italian wine producer to be awarded Fair’n Green’s certificate for sustainable viticulture.


Salice Salentino Riserva DOC Il Tauro, Puglia, Italy, 2017
£10.50  |  £22.00
13%  |  vegan
Salice is a soft yet full-flavoured red from southern Puglia. It is perhaps the best-known appellation of the region for its inviting fruit character, blending local varieties Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera. Its distinctive plum and chocolate character has an attractive underlying leather and mineral flavours. Full bodied and velvety in the mouth, chewy tannins and subtle bitterness create a long and lasting finish.

Bardolino Rosso, Gorgo di Bricolo, Veneto, Italy, 2019
£12.00  |  £24.00
12.5%  |  vegan  |  organic
A fresh and fruity Bardolino made from Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara. The wine is medium bodied with notes of sour cherries, blackcurrants and a hint of black pepper. Soft and supple in the mouth, this wine has a long and fruity finish. 

Pinot Noir `Imperial` Ruppertsberger, Pfalz, Germany, 2018
£15.00  |  £31.00

13.5%  |  vegan
German Pinot Noir is predominantly drunk in the German domestic market as they are so popular! This cuve is made from mature vines of 15 to 25 years old, grown on warm, well drained light loam and sand soils. It is fermented at relatively cool temperatures of about 22c and aged in large wooden barrels for about four months. This is a fine example of Pinot Noir, soft and elegant touch of spice and excellent concentration of fruit. Can be served lightly chilled.

Corbières Château Fabre, France, 2018
£12.50  |  £25.00
14.5%  |  vegan  |  organic
Since 1771 the Fabre family have been owners of Château Fabre in the heart of the Corbières region of the Languedoc. The present owner, Louis Fabre, continues the ancient tradition and brings his own talents to the estate blend of classic varieties of Carignon, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre. The wine is concentrated with the fragrance of wild herbs and red fruits on the nose, lots of dark berry fruits and woodland hints on the palate, backed by subtle oaky spice and soft ripe tannins. 

Montepulciano Lunaria, Coste di Moro, Abruzzo, Italy, 2016
£15.50  |  £31.00
14%  |  vegan  |  bio-dynamic
This Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is left to ferment naturally using wild yeasts before ageing in a combination of oak and stainless steel for at least four months. Deep ruby red in colour with a pronounced nose of black cherries and a toasty note from the oak ageing. The palate is fairly full bodied with concentrated black fruit notes combines with cocoa, cinnamon and vanilla held together by chewy tannins and a long, fruity finish. 

Kaltern, Blauburgunder Pinot Nero, Alto Adige, Italy, 2018
£19.00  |  £36.00
13.5%  |  vegan  |  bio-dynamic
This Pinot Noir, which has an outstanding quality potential, is created from fully ripe grapes. After a gentle fermentation on the skins, the wine is aged in 500 liter oak casks. An intense cherry red, aromas of orchard fruit and wild berries, cranberries dominate the nose. The palate is well-balanced with soft tannins, flesh red fruits and a velvety finish. 


Bardolino Chiaretto Rosato Gorgo, Veneto, Italy, 2019
£12.00  |  £24.00
12.5%  |  vegan  |  organic
Made from the classic grapes of the region, Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara, it is a fresh, fun and fruity rosé. The nose has delicious aromas of summer fruits which follow onto the palate with notes of red cherries, strawberries and raspberries combined with a fresh, floral note and a crisp acidity.

Kaltern Serenade Passito DOC, Italy, 2012 (375ml)
£23.00  |  £45.00
11.5%  |  vegan
Made from 100% Moscato Giallo grape, this wine is bright golden-yellow in colour with a rich bouquet of fruit, nutmeg, mandarin oranges and exotic candied fruit. The palate is very aromatic and floral with notes of ripe peaches, nectarines and some tropical fruits. This wine is beautifully balanced with a fresh acidity complementing the sweetness perfectly leaving a clean and very long, fruity finish.


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