Wine List

Our wine list offers a wide variety and choice with over 200 different wines stocked in our cellars. All our wines have been carefully selected to provide you with an excellent selection of quality wines. If you require assistance in choosing a wine, our restaurant team are always on hand to offer advice and help. Below is a sample copy of our wine list, which also details the wines which are available to buy by the glass.

£22.50 per bottle | £5.75 per 175ml | £7.75 per 250ml

White

30. Moulin de Gassac Classic Blanc 2016, Languedoc, France

Refreshing, balanced white from the South of France.

31. Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Karu Estate, Valle Central, Chile

Crisp acidity and packed full of tropical fruit.

32. Pinot Grigio 2016, Principato, Lombardia, Italy

Stone fruits give this Pinot Grigio a taste of true quality.

Rosé

60. Pinot Grigio Rosé 2016, Principato, Lombardia, Italy

Dry and crisp, a really refreshing blush.

Red

70. Moulin de Gassac Classic Rouge 2016, Languedoc, France

Soft approachable red from the famed producer of the best Langudoc wines.

71. Merlot 2015, Karu Estate, Valle Central, Chile

Fruity but with a good body as one would expect from Chile.

72. Pinot Noir 2016, Paparuda Estate Selection, Romania

Lighter and packed with fruit, great on its own or with food.

£27.50 per bottle | £6.95 per 175ml | £9.25 per 250ml

White

33. Basa Rueda Blanco 2016, Telmo Rodriguez, Spain

Light and fruity, a great match with food.

34. Chardonnay 2016, Spitting Spider, McLaren Vale, Australia

Unoaked and with more tropical flavours than a French Chardonnay.

35. Picpoul de Pinet 2016, Le Jade, Languedoc, France

Mineral and crisp, grown overlooking the Mediterranean.

Rosé

61. Guilheim Rosé 2016, Mas de Daumas Gassac, Languedoc, France

Pale, dry and crisp with red fruit and minerality on the finish.

Red

73. Malbec Escondido 2016, Gougenheim, Mendoza, Argentina

Concentrated dark fruits from one of the great Argentine producers.

74. Shiraz 2015, Spitting Spider, McLaren Vale, Australia

Mellower style of Shiraz with a great spicy body.

75. Rioja Alavesa 2015, Vina Albegada, Rioja, Spain

Grown in Alavesa, a premium sub-region of Rioja.

£32.50 per bottle | £8.25 per 175ml | £10.95 per 250ml

White

39. Gavi 2016, La Battistina, Piedmont, Italy

The Chablis of Italy, concentrated fruits with a great minerality.

40. Torrontes Escondido 2014, Gougenheim, Mendoza, Argentina

Aromatic and packed with fruit, perfect for those who prefer an off-dry style.

41. Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Sileni Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand

Ripe and zesty, real quality and finesse from this single estate in the heart of Marlborough.

Rosé

62. Merlot Rosé 2015, Vondeling, Voor Paarderberg, South Africa

Crisp and refreshing, just like the great rosés of Europe.

Red

77. House Claret 2015, Chateau Ballan Larquette, Bordeaux, France

Young drinking claret from one of the finest vintages.

78. Carmenere 2015, De Martino Estate, Maipo Valley, Chile

Spicy and with a good weight from a ground-breaking producer.

79. Beaujolais Villages 2015, Trenel, Burgundy, France

Lighter wine made from Gamay, soft and fruity.

Grower Champagnes

Grower Champagnes have seen a huge increase in popularity in recent years. They have tiny production levels compared to their more illustrious counterparts, but with the hands-on approach of these often family-owned estates gives us a great value and interesting alternative.

1. Champagne Météyer Pere et Fils – £10.95 (glass) £45.00 (bottle)

Family owned since 1860 and pioneering new techniques ever since. Will not disappoint.

2. Pierre Gimonnet & Fils, Premier Cru – £55.00

The distinction here is that the grapes are from the best vineyard sites in Champagne.

Grande Marques, Non-Vintage

The top Champagne Houses are known as the Grande Marques.

3. Bollinger Special Cuvée, Ay – £75.00

One of the richer styled Champagnes, and one of the very few that uses oak ageing.

4. Louis Roederer Brut Premier, Reims – £69.00

A great blend of new vintage wines with richer reserve wines for a more rounded, richer finish.

5. Taittinger Brut Reserve, Reims – £59.00

Almost honeyed on the palate with a good balance of richness and acidity.

Rosé

Only in Champagne are producers allowed to blend a little red base wine with white, the resulting blend then undergoes the secondary fermentation to create the bubbles.

6. Moutard Rosé, Buxeuil – £46.00

A growers blend rosé that is crisp and elegant with a beautiful salmon tint.

7. Louis Roederer Brut Rosé 2010, Reims – £69.00

Louis Roederer only produce a vintage rosé, and the four years aging in bottle really shines through.

8. Laurent Perrier Rosé, Tours-sur-Marne – £105.00

Made using only Pinot Noir from the best sites in Champagne.

Vintage

Vintage Champagne is only produced in the best years, and is often of a richer, more expressive style than their Non-Vintage counterparts.

9. Laurent Perrier Brut Vintage 2008, Tours-sur-Marne – £80.00

A fresher style of vintage with great depth of flavour.

10. Louis Rodererer Brut Vintage 2009, Reims – £85.00

Extended bottle aging in the cellars creates a unique richness.

11. Bollinger Grande Année 2004, Ay – £140.00

A real treat, rich and fine, a wine that gets better and better with age.

Deluxe

These are among the top wines produced in Champagne where there is no compromise on quality.

12. Krug Grand Cuvée, Reims – £250.00

A blend of up to 120 different base wines from 10 different vintages.

13. Dom Perignon 2006, Épernay – £265.00

Borrowing its name from the monk who refined the method for Champagne production.

14. Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill 2004, Pol Roger, Épernay – £325.00

In celebration of the great Prime Minister, who enjoyed Pol Roger regularly.

20. Prosecco DOC Treviso, Astoria Butterfly Collection, Veneto, Italy – £6.95 (125ml glass) £34.95 (bottle)

Our House Prosecco here at The Black Swan. This wine is grown on the original Astoria family vineyard in Treviso, in the heart of Prosecco.

21. Fashion Victim Rosé Spumanté, Astoria, Veneto, Italy – £34.95

Dry and crisp from the same producer as our House Prosecco. Red fruit flavours of strawberry and raspberry shine through in this crisp fizz.

22. Blanc de Blanc Crement de Bourgogne, Maison Jaffelin, Burgundy, France – £42.00

Crement is any sparkling wine from France made using the Methode Traditionelle (just like Champagne) but not from the Champagne region, with this wine made from 100% Chardonnay.

23. Rosé Crement de Bourgogne, Maison Jaffelin, Burgundy, France – £45.00

Made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, just like rosé from Champagne. Delicate but with the red fruit character alongside a subtle yeasty richness.

24. Gusbourne Brut Reserve 2013, Appledore, Kent, England – £75.00

Gusbourne is one of the leading prducers in the English sparkling wine market today. They have one of the longest bottle ageing periods before release, and will only release once the winemaker thinks the wine is at its best. Real quality.

25. Gusbourne Rosé 2013, Appledore, Kent, England – £85.00

English rosé has a much more limited production as ripening the Pinot Noir grape is much harder as far north as England. Here it adds a fruiter edge to the crisp and rich style that Gusbourne is renound for.

30. Moulin de Gassac Classic Blanc 2016, Languedoc, France – £22.50

Refreshing, balanced white from the South of France.

31. Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Karu Estate, Valle Central, Chile – £22.50

Crisp acidity and packed full of tropical fruit.

32. Pinot Grigio 2016, Principato, Lombardia Italy – £22.50

Stone fruits give this Pinot Grigio a taste of true quality.

33. Basa Rueda Blanco 2016 Telmo Rodriguez, Spain – £27.50

Light and fruity, a great match with food.

34. Chardonnay 2016, Spitting Spider, McLaren Vale, Australia – £27.50

Unoaked and with more tropical flavours than a French Chardonnay.

35. Picpoul de Pinet 2016, Le Jade, Languedoc, France – £27.50

Mineral and crisp, grown overlooking the Mediterranean.

36. Chardonnay 2016, De Martino, Maipo Valley, Chile – £28.00

A modern style of unoaked Chardonnay from the cooler climate in the Maipo Valley. Fresh and tropical.

37. Soave Classico 2015, Runcaris, Fattori, Italy – £28.50

The dry white wine of Verona.Crisp and flavoursome character makes this pleasant to drink on its own, or with lighter, more summery dishes.

38. Viognier 2016, Villa Vieja, Zuccardi, Argentina – £30.00

A beautiful dry New World Viognier, reminiscent of the wines from the Rhone Valley in France.

39. Gavi 2016, La Battistina, Piedmont, Italy – £32.50

‘The Chablis of Italy’, concentrated fruits with a great minerality.

40. Torrontes Escondido 2014, Gougenheim, Mendoza, Argentina – £32.50

Aromatic and packed with fruit, perfect for those who prefer an off-dry style.

41. Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Sileni Estate, Marlborough, New Zealand – £32.50

Ripe and zesty, real quality and finesse from this single estate in the heart of Marlborough.

42. Muscadet Sur Lie 2015, La Desiree, Loire, France – £32.50

Aged briefly in bottle to give this crisp white a more mineral flavour with depth of character – THE wine to have with fresh moules.

43. Pinot Grigio 2016, Bottega Vinai, Trentino, Italy – £33.00

How Pinot Grigio should be made. Concentrated and with a great mineral finish. Grown on a family owned single estate vineyard amongst the northern Italian Lakes.

44. Sauvignon Blanc 2016, Vondeling, Voor Paarderberg, South Africa – £35.00

Often overlooked for its New World rivals, South Africa produces more classically styled wines that often work fantastically with food.

45. Domaine de Fondreche Blanc 2016, Ventoux, Rhone, France – £35.00

A blend from the Southern Rhone, from one of the forefront estates in the region. Bright but with a real depth of flavour that stands up well with stronger flavoured dishes.

46. Petit Bourgeois 2015, Henri Bourgeois, Loire, France – £38.00

A revelation in style from the slopes of the Loire Valley. Sits happily between the flinty, mineral style of Loire and the zestier wines of the New World.

47. Dry Furmint 2015, Chateau Dereszla, Tokaji, Hungary – £36.00

Hungary is better known for its great Sweet Wines, however the word is starting to spread about their dry whites. A fuller bodied white that pairs well with stronger flavours.

48. Riesling 2014, Von Buhl, Rhine, Germany – £37.00

Dry Riesling from its homeland of Germany. It has a distinctive flavour that is the perfect accompaniment to lightly spiced dishes.

49. Durvillea Sauvignon Blanc 2015, Astrolabe, Marlborough, New Zealand – £42.00

Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc has rightly earned its reputation for quality. Astrolabe uses vineyards across soil types to create a Sauvignon with real character.

50. Albarino 2016, Finca de Arantel, Rias Biaxas, Galicia, Spain – £40.00

Grown on the Atlantic coast of North West Spain, Albarino has a slight salinity to it, which makes it perfect for all manner of seafood dishes.

51. Gruner Veltliner 2015, Sepp Moser, Austria – £43.00

An aromatic grape variety that is as at home on a cold winters day as it is sat in the summer sun. Bone dry with a good acidity.

52. Macon-Solutre-Pouilly 2015, Domaine de la Chapelle, Burgundy, France – £44.00

This wine is grown in the shadows of the Rock of Solutré in Southern Burgundy. An area which produces wines that are a little fruiter than those from further north.

53. Petit Chablis 2015, Closerie Alisiers, Stephane Brocard, Burgundy, France – £45.00

Dry and with fantastic minerality. 2015 was a fantastic vintage in Burgundy producing some classic wines.

54. Quincy 2015, Henri Bourgeois, Loire, France – £50.00

Sauvignon Blanc from its original home. Dry and mineral with slight floral notes, the classical match for goats cheese.

55. Pouilly-Fumé 2014, Chateau de Tracy, Loire, France – £65.00

A richer style of wine from the Loire Valley, grown in the same vineyard since 1396. Great with those richer seafood dishes.

56. Chablis Grand Cru 2014, Jean-Marc Brocard, Burgundy, France – £105.00

Grand Cru Chablis offers the best vineyard sites in the whole of the Appellation. All are on the same hillside overlooking the town of Chablis and have the best soils, giving the wine its distinctive steely character.

57. Chassagne-Montrachet ‘Les Blanchots Dessous’ 2014, Coffinet-Duvernay, Burgundy, France – £110.00

The greatest expression of the Chardonnay grape, aged in oak to really develop the flavours and terroir of these great vineyards.

58. Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru 2010, Colin, Burgundy, France – £295.00

One of the best vineyard sites in Burgundy from a legendary producer.

60. Pinot Grigio Rosé 2016, Principato, Lombardia, Italy – £22.50

Dry and crisp, a really refreshing blush.

61. Guilheim Rosé 2016, Mas de Daumas Gassac, Languedoc, France – £27.50

Pale, dry and crisp with red fruit and minerality on the finish.

62. Merlot Rosé 2015, Vondeling, Voor Paarderberg, South Africa – £32.50

Crisp and refreshing, just like the great rosés of Europe.

63. Domaine de Fondreche Rosé 2016, Cotes de Ventoux, Provence, France – £35.00

On the boarders of Provence and the Rhone. Dry and crisp but with a little more fruit flavour – a really interesting South French tipple.

64. Domaine Rimauresq 2016, Cotes de Provence Cru Classe, France – £42.00

When only the best will do. One of only five Cru Clasé vineyards in Provence, offering a really crisp mineral finish for those warmest of summer days.

70. Moulin de Gassac Classic Rouge 2016, Languedoc, France – £22.50

Soft approachable red from the famed producer of the best Langudoc wines.

71. Merlot 2015, Karu Estate, Valle Central, Chile – £22.50

Fruity but with a good body as one would expect from Chile.

72. Pinot Noir 2016, Paparuda Estate Selection, Romania – £22.50

Lighter and packed with fruit, great on its own or with food.

73. Malbec Escondido 2016, Gougenheim, Mendoza, Argentina – £27.50

Concentrated dark fruits from one of the great Argentine producers.

74. Shiraz 2015, Spitting Spider, McLaren Vale, Australia – £27.50

Mellower style of Shiraz with a great spicy body.

75. Rioja Alavesa 2015, Vina Albegada, Rioja, Spain – £27.50

Grown in Alavesa, a premium sub-region of Rioja.

76. Apassimento 2015, Ca Vittoria, Puglia, Italy – £32.00

Amazing intensity of fruit and depth, a full bodied style.

77. House Claret 2015, Chateau Ballan Larquette, Bordeaux, France – £32.50

Young drinking claret from one of the finest vintages.

78. Carmenere 2015, De Martino Estate, Maipo Valley, Chile – £32.50

Spicy and with a good weight from a ground-breaking producer.

79. Beaujolais Villages 2015, Trenel, Burgundy, France – £32.50

Lighter wine made from Gamay, soft and fruity.

80. Pinot Nero 2015, Bottega Vinai, Trentino, Spain – £34.00

Elegance from the hills above Lake Garda. Pinot Noir.

81. Cabernet Sauvignon 2014, Gougenheim, Mendoza, Argentina – £35.00

Often overlooked in favour of Malbec, but Argentina is ideal for growing the grapes for more full-bodied varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon.

82. Hooley Dooley 2014, Dowie Doole, McLaren Vale, Australia – £35.00

The blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz defines Australian wine, it truly is what they do best.

83. Baldrick Shiraz 2014, Vondeling, Paardeberg, South Africa – £36.00

A spicy rich style, a bit lighter than Australian Shiraz.

84. Domaine de Fondreche Rouge 2015, Ventoux, France – £37.00

A great, concentrated wine from the deep south of the Rhône Valley.

85. Minervois ‘Les Plots’ 2015, Chateau Coupes Roses, Languedoc, France – £39.00

Smooth and velvety from the South West of France, an area that offers real value.

86. Pinot Noir 2015, Durvillea, Astrolabe, Marlborough, New Zealand – £45.00

The cooler climate of New Zealand means it can produce world class Pinot Noir.

87. Fleurie 2015, Trenel, Beaujolais, France – £45.00

Beaujolais is back, and Fleurie is one of the best Cru Villages.

88. Rioja Urbina Crianza 2008, Rioja, Spain – £48.00

Old School Rioja with plenty of age.

89. Amy’s Blend 2015, Moss Wood, Margaret River, Australia – £52.00

Cabernet Shiraz is what gave Australia its great winemaking reputation.

90. Vina Alberdi Reserva 2010, La Rioja Alta, Rioja, Spain – £53.00

Weightier style from one of the very best producers. Similar in style to a fine red Burgundy.

91. Etna Rosso 2014, Tenuta delle Terre Nere, Sicily – £54.00

Grown on the slopes of Mount Etna, but refined and a pleasure to drink.

92. Enira 2011, Domaine Bessa Valley, Bulgaria – £55.00

A real gem – think of a cross between St. Emilion and Chateauneuf. Great investment in the winery and the vineyards.

93. Los Miradores Malbec 2014, Luigi Bosca, Mendoza, Argentina – £58.00

Top Malbec from one of the oldest family owned estates in Mendoza. From a single vineyard a chance to taste premium Malbec.

94. Torre de Ona Reserva 2012, Rioja, Spain – £64.00

A modern winery owned by the esteemed La Rioja Alta. making Stunning rich fruit driven wines.

95. Mercurey 2013, Domaine Meix-Foulot, Burgundy, France – £75.00

From the sunnier slopes of the South of Burgundy. Very attractive.

96. Chateau Paveil de Luze 2013, Cru Bourgeois, Margaux, France – £75.00

A Chance to drink a Margaux at a reasonable price for the quality.

97. Gevry- Chambertin 1er Cru ‘Les Champonnets’ 2014, Guillon & Fils, Burgundy, France – £145.00

Vibrant fruit with a good structure, a real pleasure to drink from one of the best producers.

A selection of Clarets from good, but not great vintages, or the slightly less fashionable areas. All have softened and are ready to drink now.

  1. Chateau Tour Baladoz 2008, St Emilion Grand Cru – £55.00

Nicely developed, rounded and mature style.

  1. Chateau Brisson 2008, Castillon – £36.00

A small sub region on the right bank, a rustic style.

  1. Chateau Cap de Haut 2010, Haut Medoc – £52.00

Classy vintage from the heart of the Medoc.

  1. Chateau Jeandeman 2010, Fronsac – £38.00

A little region on the up, Pomerol in style, not price.

  1. Chateau Haut Breton Larigaudiere 2010, Margaux – £72.00

A good vintage from a petit chateau from this famous village.

  1. Chateau Bourgneuf 2011, Pomerol – £75.00

Full bodied, rich, Merlot based.

  1. Chateau Cissac 2011, Haut Medoc – £58.00

Highly rated cru Bourgeois, always a British favourite.

  1. Chateau Tayet 2011, Bordeaux (Private Cellar Selection) – £36.00

Tasty petit chateau offering great value.

  1. Chateau Tour Cordouan 2012, Medoc – £45.00

A much underrated vintage.

110. Château Grand Puy Lacoste 1961, Saint Julien, France – £895.00 (Magnum)

111. Château Brane Catenac 1976, Margaux, France – £305.00 (Magnum)

112. Château Latour 1er Cru 1993, Pauillac, France – £1900.00 (Double Magnum)

113. Château Dufont Viviens 2008, Margaux, France – £325.00 (Magnum)

114. San Silvestro ‘Patres’ Barolo 2010, Piedmont, Italy – £465.00 (Magnum)

115. Chateauneuf du Pape 2011, Beaucastel, France – £595.00 (Jeroboham)

120. Palazzina’ Moscato Passito 2013, Il Cascinone, Piedmonte, Italy – £6.50 (75ml glass) £30.00 (375ml bottle)

Produced from air dried grapes giving great concentration and sweetness.

121. Chateau Petit Verdines 2012 Sauternes, Bordeaux, France – £8.50 (75ml glass) £40.00 (375ml bottle)

A tasty, creamy classical style.

122. Sweet Carolyn 2015, Vondeling Paardeberg, South Africa – £54.00 (500ml bottle)

Light,sweet elederflower sweetness. Delicious with fruity desserts.

123. Cline Cellars Late Harvest Mourvedre 2015, California, USA – £58.00 (375ml bottle)

A red dessert wine. Very sweet and excellent with richer chocolate puddings.

124. Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos 2009, Chateau Dereszla, Hungary – £80.00 (bottle)

Huge investment in the past 30 years have raised the quality in Hungary back to World Class levels.

125. Churchill’s Reserve – £4.75 (75ml glass) £38.00 (bottle)

Excellent blend form this boutique, high quality estate.

126. Churchill’s Traditional LBV 2008 – £50.00

A traditional LBV style, made to taste just like a true vintage alternative.

127. Churchill’s 10 Year Old Tawny – £10.50 (75ml glass) £57.00 (bottle)

Served chilled, this is great when enjoyed with heavier puddings.

128. Churchill’s Quinta da Gricha 2005 – £120.00

Single vineyard port from a year when a true vintage was not declared – fantastic.

129. Warre’s 1983 Magnum – £425.00