Our specially selected wines provide the perfect accompaniment to our dishes. Whether you have a taste for a full-bodied Shiraz or would like to try a light, crisp Sauvignon Blanc, just ask and we'll recommend the perfect wine for you to enjoy with your meal. We also stock a range of rose wines, sparkling wines and champagne so there really is a wine for any occasion at The Black Horse.
Come visit us in Beamish, Co. Durham and see what we have on tap, and we'll be delighted to share our enthusiasm for delicious ales. We always have a comprehensive selection of real ales, including Maypole Mild and Lamb from the Maxim Brewery.
View our sample winelist below.
Merlot/Corvine, 2010 Italy (Veneto)
A lively, fresh perfume with notes of cherry, plum and a touch of spice. Rounded, ripe summer berry fruit on the palate with a clean, plummy finish.
Siete Soles Estate,
Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010 Chile (Central Valley)
Nose of blackcurrant and plums balanced with toasted coffee flavours. Soft and concentrated with red fruit notes and a long aftertaste.
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, 2010 Italy
A smooth, medium-bodied wine, full of supple fruit, this velvety red has a nutty and even chocolately taste that is often associated with Italian red wine. Enjoy with roasts, game or cheeses.
Punto Final Classico,
Malbec, Bodega Renacer, 2010 Argentina
Intense purple colour, the bouquet brings aromas of blackberries laced with notes of mocha and hints of chocolate as well as a nice earthy element on the finish.
The Black Shiraz,
Shiraz, 2009/10 Australia (New South Wales)
Intense colour and huge palate. Vanilla, ripe plums and black cherries on the nose with rich fruity cake characters, underpinned by layers of coffee and toasty oak.
Izadi Rioja Crianza,
Tempranillo, 2006 Spain (Alavesa)
The Crianza is impressive - intense youthful purple in colour, with the vanilla oak perfumes well integrated with the juicy black fruit on the palate.
Privada Bodega Norton,
Malbec/Cab Sav/Merlot, 2007/8 Argentina
This polished Argentine red has lots of spice and fruitcake notes up front, followed by an ample core of raspberry ganache, fig bread and mocha.
Pinot Grigio, 2010 Italy (Veneto)
A pleasant and delicate bouquet, dry in flavour excellent with appetizers, poultry and seafood, particularly shellfish.
Siete Soles Estate,
Sauvignon Blanc, 2011 Central Valley Chile
Intense, fresh aromas of green fruit, grapefruit, lime, nectarines, peach and acacia flowers. Crisp and lively on the palate with a fresh aftertaste.
Cave de Hunawihr,
Riesling Reserve, 2008 France (Alsace)
Tropical fruit flavours abound the slightly spicy, oily palate and a satisfying savoury finish.
Sauvignon Blanc, 2010 New Zealand (Malbourough)
A well-rounded, fresh wine with a delicate aroma of sweet honeysuckle, tropical fruits and a subtle hint of herbs.
Chardonnay, 2009 Australia (Yarra Valley)
Lemon sorbet, dried mangos, figs and white peaches on the nose with hints of juicy fruit, cashews and meringue.
Albariño, 2010 Spain (Rías Baixas)
Aromatic, crisp and dry in style, traditionally served with fresh seafood or shellfish.
Pieno Sud Rosato,
Negroamaro, Italy 2010
A refreshing rosé with notes of red fruits and orange blossom, dry but full of flavour, finishing with a bit of spice.
Zinfandel Blush, 2009/10 California
Red berry and pink grapefruit aromas with hints of black peppers and wild herbs gives a refreshing citric edge.