At the Butcher’s Quarter we have spent a long time researching our suppliers to ensure that the products that we offer are of the finest quality and 100% traceable back to source.
Oink, Moo, Cluck or Baa…..
Our Beef – Peak District
The finest quality beef sourced locally, specifically; from farms in the Peak District. All reared naturally. Premium quality beef to provide you with succulent joints and steaks for your enjoyment.
The beef will speak for itself.
Our Chicken – Highbury
Highbury Free Range chicken guaranteed not to shrink when you cook it. All chickens are raised on the farm in Shropshire. Poultry has been raised on the farm for the last 50 years and all processing is carried out under the strong ethical rules of the Red Tractor Scheme.
Our Lamb – Helmshore
Based in Helmshore just north of Manchester the small family run business breed and supply only the best quality lamb at their farm. All the lamb is British Quality Assured standard mark.
Our Pork – Rossendale
Supplying only the finest quality pork for over 100 years from farms in Yorkshire and Lancashire. The Law’s experience ensures that our premium pork is always at the highest standard.
Our Cheese – J J Sandham
Only the best cheeses have been selected for the Butcher’s Quarter. Our suppliers and “cheesy” consultants at the Mousetrap in Ramsbottom make sure of that! Give the ‘Flamin ‘Eck’ a try – it’s a personal favourite!
Champagne and Sparkling…
- NV“D de Devaux” La Cuvee Davaux, Champagne
This is rich and sleek and in Anthony Rose’s words a “luxuriously toasty, creamy number”. The Pinot Noir gives body and length to the wine, while the Chardonny adds elegance and finesse.
- Rose Nyetimber, 2009, England
Vibrant antique red rose colour, hint of copper tones, lovely tiny bubbles. Red mango, honey, hints of star anise, cardamom and alyssum. Red licorice, red cherry and current flavours. High intensity, with lovely round and full but soft texture. Finish is very long and full with red currant and hints of shortcrust pastry.
- NV Prosecco Doc Spumante Extra Dry Ca_x001A_ di Alte, Vento
Light straw yellow with fine bubbles. A pleasant bouquet with notes of pear and floral hints is followed by a very bright, clean and lifted, palate. Very dry, with a lingering freshness.
- “Famiglia Bianchi” Malbec Valentin Bianchi, 2012, Mendoza
The luscious, intense fruit aromas have hints of ripe plumbs, cherries and blackberries. These aromas continue on the palate with a generous mouthfeel and great weight, while remaining soft and silky.
- McLaren Vale Shiraz 16 Stops, 2013, South Australia
This deep coloured Shiraz is youthful and vibrant, with a lovely dark fruit and spiced plum character on the nose. The oak supports rather than masks the fruit, which is bright and lively yet plush and fleshy on the palate. The tannins are ripe and silky, giving the wine a texture that is unusual at this price.
- Carmenere Seleccion Vina Chocalan, 2013, Valle del Maipo
Deep dark red in the glass. The nose highlights ripe cherries, red berries, vanilla and herbal, smoky characters, On the palate, a touch of pepper mingles with dark chocolate and spicy notes.
- Syrah Viognier Nicolas Perrin, 2012, Northern Rhone
Bright ruby in colour with purple undertones. Red fruits mingle with aromas of blackcurrants, blueberries and spicy notes. The softness and finesse of Viognier allows the wine to be more powerful and full bodied than a simple Syrah.
- “I Muri” Negroamaro Vigneti del Salento, 2012, Puglia
Ruby red with purple hues. The wine is intense with notes of blackberries (blackcurrants and berries). It is medium bodied, velvety, with good balance. It has savoury notes on the long, fresh finish.
- Garnacha El Circo, 2013, Aragon
Ruby red with purple hues, the Garnacha has intense aromas of ripe red fruit such as strawberries and cherries with a touch of spice. On the palate it is smooth, firm tannins with a racy acidity and a fruity finish.
- Torrontes Reisling Amalaya 2014, Salta
Strong gold in colour with tints of green. On the nose this wine is intense and complex with aromas of citrus and grapefruit. Delicate and silky on the palate with great freshness and crisp acidity with a distinctly mineral finish.
- Picpoul de Pinet Coteaux de Languedoc Baron de Badassiere, 2013, Languedoc
Pale lemon in colour with a youthful rim. Crisp apple aromas are complimented with a citrus edge. On the palate, it has attractive weight, with a good balance of ripe, yellow plums and greengages and a fresh lime zest acidity that continues through the finish.
- Pinot Grigio delle Venezie Corte Giara, 2013, Veneto
Bright straw yellow in the glass with light delicate aromas that show subtle yet elegant floral notes along with richer hints of golden delicious apples and distinctive vegetal notes. A dry, medium-bodied wine, the palate faithfully reflects the nose, with a lovely tang on the finish.
- Moscati Innocent Bystander, 2014, Victoria
Rose in colour, this Moscato exudes fairy floss, sherbert, pink grapefruit and mandarin aromas with an underlying note of toffee apple. Tasting of rose water, toffee apple and rhubarb crumble, the wine has a spritzy fizz with a fresh pear and raspberry finish.
- Late Bottled Vintage Port Quinta do Infantado, 2009, Douro
Ruby in colour, with notes of black fruit and spices on the nose. The palate is fresh, fruity and spicy, full of round ripe tannins. The finish is long with medium freshness.
We also stock a selection of traditional and original soft drinks from Mr Fitzpatrick’s (Est’d 1899)