Sous Le Nez Revamps Wine List Introducing More Choice And Better Value

One of Leeds' most renowned restaurants has given its wine list a major overhaul in order to make it more accessible and provide a better value offering for diners.

Sous Le Nez, on Quebec Street, has created a new 'under £30' category and added 40 new wines at this price point. The restaurant now offers a total of 64 different wines under £30, with 30 of those being under £25.

The long-established brasserie boasts one of West Yorkshire's most extensive wine lists and carries more than 350 labels from all over the world. Prices range from £3.15 for a glass for good quality house wine to several thousand pounds for a vintage wine.

Sous le Nez has made the changes to offer diners more variety at economising prices and to encourage more people to experience a wider range of wines, which they may normally associate with a higher cost.

The presentation of the Wine List Menu has also been changed with a section dedicated to wines 'under £30' and 'under £25' to allow customers to choose a wine more quickly according to their budget.

Sous Le Nez's sommelier Jean-Denis Roger spent several months researching, tasting and securing a unique selection of wines from all over the world to be included in the new price category. In total, he tasted over 100 wines to put together the final list.

He says: "Our goal was to create Leeds' most definitive wine list - one which offers not only the widest selection of flavour and style but also at price points to suit different budgets.

"Our wine list is an important part of the restaurant and we spend an above average amount of time refining and honing it. This latest change is a reflection of some of the comments we have been receiving about offering a wider choice at better value prices. We hope that customers will enjoy the broader line up of wines on offer and may try some different varieties that they've not come across before."

Sous Le Nez is open Monday to Saturday, 12pm until late.

About Sous Le Nez
Sous Le Nez is one of Leeds' longest-established and most renowned restaurants. The restaurant and wine bar located in the city centre on Quebec Street first opened its doors in 1991 and has won a large loyal customer following not to mention a string of awards since then.

The restaurant's aim is to produce high quality French cuisine, backed up with excellent service and value for money. The menu includes some old, well-worn favourites as well as a host of modern dishes with a very French and contemporary European twist. Chef director Andrew Carter's secret ingredient is consistency coupled with extraordinary attention to detail and a passion for the very best ingredients. The black pudding, for example, is shipped in weekly from Rungis market, Paris while the coffee comes from Huddersfield's own coffee specialists, Coopers Coffee.

Sous Le Nez's love affair with wine is also renowned, not only regionally but on a national level and the restaurant was shortlisted for the 'Best French Wine Restaurant' award in 2009 by Harpers Wine & Spirit. The wine list carries more than 350 labels from all over the world with prices starting at £3.15 a glass for good quality house wine.


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