Good choices for all budgets

We are lucky here at The Lamb at Angmering, we are a privately owned free house and all of our family have a love of good wines. During our ownership of this lovely old Inn, we have had the freedom to speak to numerous wine merchants and individuals who have ‘rocked our boat’. From our discussions, tastings and opinions we have put together an interesting wine list that should offer good choices for all budgets. We constantly add and remove wines according to cost and popularity. The joy of discovering a wine that is well priced and ‘drinks well’ makes the evening that much more enjoyable. There should be something here for everybody, we list 19 wines by the glass spread over 4 continents.

By the Glass

Fizz by the Glass

Rosé by the Glass

  • Prosecco Extra Dry, Console, NV Italy

    £5.95 for 125ml
  • House Champagne, Brut NV France

    £6.95 for 125ml
  • Valdemoreda Garnacha Rosado, 2017 Spain

    £4.75 for 175ml, £6.00 for 250ml
  • Pinot Grigio Rosé, Nina, 2017 Veneto, Italy

    £5.40 for 175ml, £7.00 for 250ml
  • Zinfandel Blush, Nina, 2017 Puglia, Italy

    £5.45 for 175ml, £7.30 for 250ml

Whites by the Glass

Reds by the Glass

  • Valdemoreda Macabeo, 2017 Spain

    £4.75 for 175ml, £6.00 for 250ml
  • Cuvée Louis Vincent Blanc, NV, France

    £4.90 for 175ml, £6.15 for 250ml
  • Pinot Grigio/Catarratto, 2016 Veneto, Italy

    £5.00 for 175ml, £6.55 for 250ml
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Mancura Etnia, 2017 Chile

    £5.15 for 175ml, £6.65 for 250ml
  • Chardonnay, D'Alamel 2014 Chile

    £6.20 for 175ml, £8.30 for 250ml
  • Viura/Verdejo, White Rioja, 2016 Spain

    £6.20 for 175ml, £8.30 for 250ml
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Featherdrop Hill, 2017, Marlborough, New Zealand

    £6.50 for 175ml, £8.60 for 250ml
  • Valdemoreda Tempranillo, 2016 Spain

    £4.75 for 175ml, £6.00 for 250ml
  • Cuvée Louis Vincent Rouge, NV France

    £4.90 for 175ml, £6.15 for 250ml
  • Mancura Etnia Cabernet/Merlot 2016 Chile

    £5.15 for 175ml, £6.65 for 250ml
  • Shiraz, First Fleet, 2017 South Eastern Australia

    £5.15 for 175ml, £6.65 for 250ml
  • Pinotage, Niel Joubert, 2016 Paarl, South Africa

    £5.70 for 175ml, £7.50 for 250ml
  • Pinot Noir, Les Templiers 2016, France

    £5.80 for 175ml, £7.75 for 250ml
  • Malbec, Finca La Colonia, Norton, 2017, Mendoza, Argentina

    £5.80 for 175ml, £7.75 for 250ml


  • Prosecco Extra Dry, Console, NV Italy

    Fun and frothy! A classic Prosecco with aromas of white peach, pear and flowers
  • Champagne Testulat, Carte d'Or Brut Blanc de Noirs, NV France

    A rich, fruity champagne with notes of vanilla and peaches
  • Laurent-Perrier Brut, NV Champagne, France

    Subtle citrus, toast and spice predominant, perfectly balanced Champagne
  • Laurent-Perrier Rosé, NV Champagne, France

    Pale salmon with aromas of strawberries, raspberries and black cherries, fine bubbles and a persistent mousse
  • Dom Pérignon 2009, Champagne, France

    Stocked for Mr. Bond and friends


Crisp, Zesty & Fresh

  • Macabeo, Valdemoreda, 2016 Spain

    Good house wine for easy drinking at the bar
  • Cuvée Louis Vincent Blanc, NV France

    A French wine from the South - balanced and refreshing, and well worth a large glass!
  • Pinot Grigio / Garganega, Nina, 2015 Veneto, Italy

    Crisp apple and pear fruit aromas - very nice drop indeed
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Mancura Etnia, 2017 Chile

    Clean and refreshing with ripe citrus, perfect on its own, or to accompany a tasty salad or seafood.
  • Chablis, Domaine Hamelin, 2016 Burgundy, France

    A classic Chablis made from 100% Chardonnay, Steely and flinty - a perfect example of the Chablis style
  • Sancerre Le Mont, Foucher Lebrun, 2017 Loire, France

    Hugely elegant with a hint of smoke - a great classic from the Loire region
  • Gavi di Gavi Bruno Broglia 2016 Piedmont, Italy

    This top selection shows Gavi at its best
  • Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume, Domaine J-M Brocard, 2013 Burgundy, France

    A very exciting Premier Cru Chablis - exotic fruit of pineapple and mango balanced with the typical chalky finish

Aromatic, Fruity & Floral

  • Rioja Blanco, Conde Valdemar, 2016, Rioja, Spain

    Fresh, intense aromas of fruits and white flowers dominated by apple and pear nuances with a lovely crisp finish
  • Ricossa Terza Generazione Cortese, 2013 Piemonte, Italy

    This is the same grape used to make the famous Gavi De Gavi. Floral aromas lead to an almost hazelnut and almond character.
  • Picpoul de Pinet Beauvignac, 2015 Languedoc Roussillon, France

    Ideally suited to seafood, this wine is well balanced, floral and elegant
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Featherdrop Hill, 2017 Marlborough, New Zealand

    Classic Marlborough style, very popular at The Lamb!
  • Riesling, Signature, René Muré, 2015 Alsace, France

    Bags of lime freshness keeps this Alsace Riesling zesty, interesting, and dry
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Julicher Estate, 2015, Martinborough, New Zealand

    "Best in Show" winner at the Sommelier Wine Awards 2014. Find out why!
  • Clos Des Lunes Lune Blanche, Bordeaux Blanc 2016 France

    Classic Semillon/Sauvignon blend that has a real vibrancy. Beautiful.
  • Pouilly-Fumé Les Berthiers, Domaine Dagueneau, 2016 Loire Valley, France

    Refined, elegant and very classy Pouilly-Fume made with the Sauvignon Blanc grape

Rounded, Full & Rich

  • Chardonnay, D'Alamel 2014 Chile

    An excellent buttery Chardonnay with good oak, vanilla and medium acidity
  • Dawn Picked Viognier, Foxwood, 2017, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    A local wine from South of France - try if you like something fresh with plenty of fruit
  • Meursault Vieilles Vignes, Girardin, 2014 Loire, France

    This is benchmark Burgundy. A delicious wine that displays a very clear, bright colour with plenty of fruit aromas
  • Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Embrazées, 2011 Domaine Vincent Morey, Burgundy, France

    True premier Cru power! Medium bodied with apple and hazelnut aromas


  • Garnacha Rosado, Valdemoreda 2017 Spain

    This delicious Spanish rosé reveals delicate rose petal aromas, together with red fruit. Refreshing aftertaste
  • Pinot Grigio Rosé, Nina 2015, Veneto, Italy

    An elegant nose of acacia flowers, this light bodied dry rosé is delightfully refreshing
  • Zinfandel Blush, Nina, 2017 Puglia, Italy

    Inviting aromas of redcurrants and orange zest, followed by a creamy medium-dry palate showing a nice balance of sweetness
  • Sancerre Rosé, Gitton, 2015 Loire Valley, France

    Pale pink, crisp and refreshing. Delicate berry fruit of Pinot Noir with classic Sancerre elegance


Easy, Soft & Fruity

  • Tempranillo, Valdemoreda, 2015 Spain

    Loaded with soft red fruit flavours, a good house red with delicate acidity and some lovely spicy overtones
  • Cuvée Louis Vincent Rouge, NV France

    A good tipple to have at the bar, but this red is also food friendly
  • Mancura Etnia Cabernet/Merlot 2016 Chile

    Ruby red in colour, this Chilean blend is rich and satisfying
  • Primitivo, Visconti della Rocca 2017 Puglia, Italy

    Intense, fruity Primitivo full of jammy plum fruit and savoury Spice. Smooth texture finish, we like it.
  • Organic Nero d'Avola Montalto, 2017 Sicily, Italy

    100% organic grapes make this soft and juicy Sicilian red
  • Pinot Noir, Les Templiers, 2016, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

    Vibrant nose of strawberries, raspberries and spice. Great with Lamb!

Spicy, Rich & Interesting

  • Shiraz, First Fleet, 2017 South-Eastern Australia

    A vibrant Shiraz in a modern, easy-drinking style
  • Pinotage, Niel Joubert, 2016 Paarl, South African

    Medium-bodied and silky-textured with lots of soft dark fruit and balanced tannins
  • Monastrell, Finca El Paso, 2016 Jumilla, Spain

    Wonderful jammy wine from the southern Mediterranean. New to our list and an expected winner.
  • Malbec, Finc La Colonia, Norton, 2017 Mendoza, Argentina

    Sweet and spicy aroma, plenty of dark fruit. Made for steaks!
  • Carmenére, Gran Hacienda, Santa Rita. 2015 Maipo, Chile

    The Carmenére grape has added a new dimension to Chilean wines - full and spicy
  • Cabernet Merlot, Quercus, 2015 Gorizia, Slovenia

    Eastern Europe wines are very on trend at the moment and this does not disappoint
  • Rioja Crianza, Conde de Valemar, 2013 Rioja, Spain

    A great Rioja - some barrel ageing adds vanilla and sweet spice flavours
  • Cloof Inkspot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinotage, Shiraz, 2014 Darling, South Africa

    Cloof was a pioneer of the region. A real blend of grapes make this South African big and bold bottle.
  • Neil Ellis Vineyard Select Grenache, 2014 South Africa

    Beautifully aromatic - this is fully bodied without the heaviness
  • Gevrey-Chambertin Les Evocelles, Henri de Villamont, 2012 Burgundy, France

    An elegant style of Gevrey from a well-situated single vineyard, offering a beguiling blend of red and black berry fruit.

Powerful, Oaked & Concentrated

  • Château Barade, 2014 Bordeaux, France

    A jolly good example of Claret
  • Chianti Superiore, Santa Christina, 2015 Tuscany, Italy

    Famous Tuscan producer Antinori created this timeless Chianti
  • Zinfandel Sebastiani, 2014 Sonoma, California, USA

    Classic Sonoma Zinfandel - meaty and rich!
  • Privada Bodega Norton, 2014 Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Mendoza, Argentina

    This is big and powerful - must have some meat to go with this truly amazing Argentine blend
  • Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Domaine du Vieux Lazaret, 2015 Rhone, France

    Deep crimson colour with a bouquet of dark berries and spices. It is smooth and persistent with aromatic fullness
  • Château La Croix Saint - Vincent 2014 Pomerol, Bordeaux France

    An exceptional wine from a first class estate
  • Barolo Alfredo Prunotto, 2014 Piedmont, Italy

    Floral, smokey, and intensely elegant; Barolo at its best!
  • Volnay, Vincent Girardin, 2014 Burgundy, France

    65 year old vines in the village of Volany, Cote de Beaune, produce this wonderful Burgundy, one of the best bottles on the Lamb's list.
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape Boisrenard Domaine de Beaurenard, 2015 Rhône Valley, France

    From the oldest vines on the estate comes this dense, inky, hugely concentrated moutful