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Divine on The Green

Fine Wines, Antipasti and Craft Beers, every Friday evening

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In co-operation with Stewart Fine Wines of Bristol, we have put together a selection of beautiful and exclusive wines for you to enjoy in our relaxed wine bar setting. We also have a range of craft beers from Bristol based brewery Lost and Grounded.

As well as fine wine and craft beer, Divine on the Green Wine Bar serves delicious antipasti platters both meat and vegetarian, with buffalo mozzarella, rocket, sun-blushed tomatoes, stuffed vine leaves, artichokes, meats, humous and grissini and mini bruschetta.

We also serve a fabulous cheeseboard, with local cheeses, chutney, celery, pickled walnuts, grapes, crackers and balsamic onions.

Dip warm olive and Walnut bread in extra virgin olive oil and balsamic glaze - a delicious starter, as are our marinated olives.

Birthday coming up? Or just need an excuse to meet and catch up with friends or family? Divine on the Green Wine Bar is the perfect setting for your Friday and Saturday evening - delicious food, fabulous wine and craft beers and a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere.

Booking a table for larger groups is recommended but small groups and drop ins are very welcome.

OUR WINES

Sparkling Wines

Prosecco Special Cuvée Brut, Zonin, Italy 2
An enjoyable and easy drinking Prosecco with light apple and pear fruit

Champagne Gremillet Brut N/V, France 2
A stunning, award winning Champagne that delivers on all fronts!

White Wine

Colombard/Ugni Blanc, Jean Paul, France 1
A fresh, unoaked wine with lifted floral and citrus notes on the nose

Chenin/Viognier, Percheron, South Africa 3
A honeyed blend from coastal vineyards with ripe peach and apricots on the palate

Pinot Grigio, Principato, Italy 3
Crisp and fresh apple flavours in this wonderfully easy drinking white wine

Chardonnay (unoaked) Domaine Fournas, France 3
A complex and sumptuous Chardonnay from the South of France

Sauvignon Blanc, Sileni Estate, New Zealand 2
Quite stunning, gooseberries and citrus fruit dominate in this classy Kiwi wine

Chablis, Domaine de la Motte, France 1
Award winning wine, lovely beautiful example of Chablis, lightly oaked

Rose Wines

Zinfandel Blush, Burlesque, USA 4
A blush from the States which is brimming with lush strawberry fruit

Provence Rose, St Tropez, France
A very classy wine, pale and dry from the idyllic Provencal wine region

Red Wines

Garnacha, Borsao, Spain C
Appealing black fruit aromas and hints of sweet spice with plum & raspberry on the palate

Merlot, Reserve St Martin, Pays D’Oc, France D
Bright ruby-red in colour with red fruits aromas, elegantly combined with black pepper

Primitivo Rosso ‘Apulo’ Puglia, Italy C
A warm, richly flavoured red with aromas of plums, dried fruits and sweet spices

Malbec, Chakana, Mendoza, Argentina D
A stunning medium bodied Malbec from this stand out Organic producer

Beaujolais Villages, Louis Tete, France B
A lovely Autumnal red for sipping on its own or delicious with chacuterie

Chateau de Lussac, Lussac St Emilion, Bordeaux, France D
A stunning right bank Claret, soft and layered fruit, drinks beautifully

Taste Guide

Whites Dry 1-2-3-4-5 Sweet
Reds Light A-B-C-D-E Full Bodied

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The craft beer revolution has changed the world immeasurably - what else would you expect from a revolution? But there’s something weird going on: nobody seems to know what craft beer actually is. No definition exists for it, yet it’s caused a revolution!

This then is the ‘craft beer revolution’, loosely translated as ‘the revolution of artisanal beer’. Consumers are looking for alternative flavours to the pilsner- don’t forget that lagers are even flatter and more uniform than our pilsners. A thousand enthusiastic brewers have jumped to fill this gap: from stouts, porters and India Pale Ales to gose and saison: they’ve rediscovered the beer styles of old and given them a new lease of life.

Funnily enough, even though there’s no official definition of ‘craft beer’ (although there is one for ‘craft brewer’), even though we don’t say that ‘craft beer is brewed by craft brewers’. A craft brewery is ‘small, traditional and independent’. But even Heineken started out that way. Perhaps a definition isn’t even necessary: craft beers are immediately recognizable by their taste and appearance. The craft beer revolution lives in the heart of the beer drinker and that is where the battle has long been fought!

In co-operation with our suppliers, Stewart Fine Wines of Bristol, we have a range of craft beers from Bristol based brewery Lost and Grounded in our attempt to bring the revolution to Calne.

Craft Beers 330 ml

KELLER PILS crisp, lemony and grassy lager 4.8%
RUNNING WITH SCEPTRES citrus and peachy 5.2%
HOP HAND FALLACY floral and fruity farmhouse ale 4.4%
NO REST FOR DANCERS malty/fruity red ale 6.2%
SAISON D'AVON floral but spicy 6.5%
RUNNING WITH SCEPTRES malty Baltic Porter 6.8%

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Antipasto (plural antipasti) is the traditional first course of a formal Italian meal.

Typical ingredients of a traditional antipasto include cured meats, olives, peperoncini, mushrooms, anchovies, artichoke hearts, various cheeses (such as provolone or mozzarella), pickled meats, and vegetables in oil or vinegar.

The contents of an antipasto vary greatly according to regional cuisine. It is quite possible to find different preparations of saltwater fish and traditional southern cured meats (like soppressata or 'nduja) in the south of Italy, whereas in northern Italy it will contain different kinds of cured meats and mushrooms and, especially near lakes, preparations of freshwater fish. The cheeses included also vary significantly between regions and backgrounds, and include hard and soft cheeses.

Many compare antipasto to hors d'oeuvre, but antipasto is served at the table and signifies the official beginning of the Italian meal. It may also be referred to as a starter, or an appetizer.

Here at The Divine on the Green Wine Bar we serve delicious antipasti platters, both meat and vegetarian, with buffalo mozzarella, rocket, sun-blushed tomatoes, stuffed vine leaves, artichokes, meats, humous and grissini and mini bruschetta.

We also serve a fabulous cheeseboard, with local cheeses, chutney, celery, pickled walnuts, grapes, crackers and balsamic onions.

Dip warm olive and Walnut bread in extra virgin olive oil and balsamic glaze - a delicious starter, as are our marinated olives.

You can download our sample drinks menu here

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Divine on The Green

35 New Rd (Entrance off Church Street), Calne SN11 0JQ ~ Phone - 01249 822620
Email: info@divineonthegreen.co.uk

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