Look Around The Bar

The Bar

The bar is your first port of call at the Black Bottle. Here you can top up your card, buy your favourite bottle of wine or get us to show you around the building and machines. We sell all of our wines by the bottle, so don’t hesitate to pick one up to take with you or to enjoy in the bar. Take away wines are sold at a 10% discount.

We also stock a range of bottled beers, soft drinks and spirits that can be purchased for any designated drivers, non-drinkers, wine-phobics or fans of a good gin and tonic.

Our famous meat and cheese platters can also be ordered at the bar. For something slightly less substantial, a selection of nuts are also available.

 

Our Rooms

The Black Bottle

We have 5 rooms at The Black Bottle. Four are home to our EnoMatic Dispensers and the other is a cosy space ideal for small groups or Hen parties. Each floor has two wine machines each dispensing a selection of red, white and rose wines from France, Spain, Italy, South Africa, America, Australia and New Zealand to name just a few. With 32 wines in the machines at any one time, we can guarantee that you will find something that tickle your fancy.

All of our rooms are available for private bookings so if you are thinking of throwing a birthday party, work do, baby shower, wedding celebration, Christmas party or any other occasion please do not hesitate to give as a call. We take bookings for rooms, tables and the entire bar, so no matter the size we will find the perfect space for you and your guests. 

We are also dog friendly so feel free to pop in with your fluffy companion. Even if its just a quick glass on your Sunday dog walks. We have a water bowls and treats behind the bar (subject to availability). Just ask a member of staff. 

 

A Bit About The Building

The Black Bottle

Dating from the 1800’s, Number 4 Bridge Street is a small building that has had many faces from an Art Gallery to a greengrocers converted into its current form. It covers 2 floors with three rooms on each floor.

Ariel photo taken in the last century of East Winchester.

The Black Bottle