seasonal cocktails & distinguished wines
Working closely with our kitchen, the drinks at Porter & Rye use seasonal produce to work in harmony with the sensational food we prepare. Each cocktail is created and developed in-house to cater to the discerning tastes of our clientele. If you’re after a drink not on our menu, please just alert our master bartenders who can shake and stir what you desire. Not only are our cocktails exemplary, our wine list has been masterly curated to cater to the tastes and cuts of our premium dry-aged beef. Our servers are more than happy to advise the wine best suited to your meal or preference.
Bulleit Rye, Amaro Tosolini, Porter Reduction, Orange bitters
Grape Konik's Tail, Dolin Blanc, Champagne acid, grape sorbet
Gravino, Le Reviseur, Dry Curacao, Gomme, Lemon, Whites
Brookie's Slow Gin, Apricot Brandy, Lime, Peychaud bitters
Tapatio Blanco, Quiquiriqui Mezcal, Hidden Lane TA Reduction, Orange bitters
Montelobos Mezcal, Aperol, Yellow Chartreuse, Lime
Bacardi, Macadamia Liqueur, Orgeat, Lime, Angostura Bitters
Hendrick's Gin, Lime, Gomme, Cucumber, Basil, Soda
Tanqueray 10, Lemon, Gomme, Collet Brut
We wanted to share with you what our favourite pairings are for our different cuts of dry-aged steak. We realise that matching the perfect red with a beautiful piece of meat is very sacred for some people so this is just a guide. If you want any further recommendations please don’t hesitate to ask.
2015 Cabernet Franc, Terroir Hunter, Undurraga Maipo Valley, Chile
Not a cut with a huge amount of fat but its definitely not lacking in flavour. So we wanted a large red where dark fruit was the order of the day. This concentrated Cab Franc from Chile delivers exactly that.
2016 Etna, Lu Veru Piaciri, Al-Cantara Sicily, Italy
Rarer, leaner steaks need less tannin so Pinot Noir is always a great shout but we wanted to go with something slightly leftfield!! This Nerello Mascalese is Etna’s answer to Pinot Noir.
2016 Saint Chinian, Terroir, Gérard Bertrand Languedoc, France
A classic all-round cut so we’ve chosen a real crowd pleaser of a red. Coming from the sun drenched hills of Southern France this Syrah/Mourvèdre would not be upstaged. One for the Côtes du Rhône lovers.
2015 Chianti Rúfina Riserva, Vecchie Viti, Castello Nipozzano Tuscany, Italy
These fattier cuts need acidity so we’ve turned to Tuscany for support from the legendary Sangiovese grape. This Chianti is a showstopper, a single vineyard field blend from the iconic Nipozzano estate which was built way back in 1100.
2016 Malbec, Tinto de la Casa, Matias Riccitelli Uco Valley, Argentina
Rare flat iron and a silky Malbec is a match made in Heaven. This example from Matias Riccitelli comes from two vineyard sites, one gives structure and the other freshness. This makes for a really smooth style. Partner up with some chimi churri and enjoy!
2009 Château Puy Guilhem, Fronsac Bordeaux, France
Aged wine for aged meat. Need we say more.
Uco Valley, Argentina
South Eastern Australia
Valle de Maipo, Chile
Greyton, South Africa
75ml / 37.5cl
Riverina, South Eastern Australia
Whiskey / Rum / Brandy / Amaretto / Drambuie / Kahlua