Perrine's Wine Shop


Thursday, January 17
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Why not make a resolution you can keep… drink better wine!

And what better way to start 2019 than by joining us for an exceptional Italian wine tasting with PortoVino Imports. PortoVino’s wine portfolio is full of terroir-driven wines for wine-lovers, from groovy daily-drinkers to fine and natural wines. They explore Italy’s kaleidoscope of native grape and soils to find those exceptional producers, from classic growers in well-known areas to the underdogs working the land off the radar.

We are thrilled to welcome back Will Atkinson of PortoVino!

$25 per person

**Tasting fee refunded with purchase of 6 PortoVino wines

Includes 8 wines with Cheese and Charcuterie:

NV Le Vigne di Alice “A Fondo”, Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, Veneto $25.99

2017 Le Salse, Verdicchio di Matelica, Marche $16.99

2017 Mortellito, “Calaiancu” Vino Blanco, Southern Italy $27.99

2017 Terre Sparse, “Rarissima” Vino Rosato, Piedmont $27.99

NV Denny Bini, Lambrusco dell’Emilia, Emilia-Romagna $19.99

2017 Fuso21, Calx Primitivo, Puglia $17.99

2016 I Custodi, Etna Rosso “Pistus”, Sicily $30.99

2015 Caves Cooperatives de Donnas, Red Blend, Valle d’Aosta $32.99


Parking in our front lot is extremely limited!  Please park in the free, 5 level parking deck located directly behind the shop.


Friday, January 18
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Taste Wines From Mountain Regions

Many of our tastings focus on a region or country, this year we want to change things up and showcase wines that are grown in similar regions across the world. This is going to be fun! 

Our first tasting of the series will focus on wines made from grapes grown in mountainous regions.

The benefits and allure of mountain or high altitude wines:
There is no question that altitude, steepness, angle of slope and paucity of soil (often just thin layers of topsoil on solid rock forcing vines to go deep for water) all have an influence on the quality of the grapes. It is proven that colours of red wines are deeper and more sustained when they are from grapes grown at high altitudes. That elusive word ‘minerality’ that we wine tasters love to talk about crops up again and again from wines grown in mountain areas. The altitude means that often there is good diurnal temperature difference during the growing season leading to high acidity, providing balance and ageing ability.

$25 per person

**Tasting fee refunded with purchase of 6 wines from the tasting.

Includes 8 wines with cheeses & charcuterie:
2009 Majolini Franciacorta, Lombardy, Italy $37.99
2016 Gerard & Julie Portaz “Abymes Les Jacques” Apremont, Savoie, France $21.99
2017 Dipinti Sauvignon IGT Dolomiti, Trento, Italy $15.99
2015 Terlano Monticol Pinot Nero, Alto Adige, Italy $40.99
2016 Mamete Prevostini Botonero Rosso, Lombardy, Italy $33.99
2015 Graci Etna Rosso, Sicily, Italy $28.99
2015 Sierra de la Demanda Tinto, Rioja, Spain $34.99

NV Domaine de la Dentelle Bugey Cerdon, Savoie, France $25.99


Parking in our front lot is extremely limited!  Please park in the free, 5 level parking deck located directly behind the shop.


Wednesday,January 23
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Meet the Winemaker from Resonance Winery: Guillaume Large

Join us as we Welcome French Winemaker: Guillaume Large from Resonance Winery.

Résonance is Maison Louis Jadot’s first wine project outside of Burgundy, France, since our founding in 1859.  This Pinot Noir is our debut release from the beautiful, tree-lined Résonance Vineyard, in the Yamhill-Carlton wine region.  From un-grafted vines first planted in 1981, this single vineyard bottling shows the elegance and complexity Oregon Pinot Noirs are famous for.

Guillaume Large was born in the heart of the Pouilly-Fuissé appellation in 1982. After first studying public law, Guillaume decided to turn his passion into his profession. Growing up, his grandfather, who was a grower, shared with him his passion for vineyards and wine. He graduated with an Oenologist’s National Diploma of the Jules Guyot Institute of Dijon, and joined Maison Joseph Drouhin, in Beaune, before joining the Chateau de Vinzelles in Maconnais in 2009.

In 2011, Guillaume joined Maison Louis Jadot and became the Assistant Technical Director under Frederic Barnier. In August 2017, he moved to Oregon and joined Résonance as Winemaker, working under the advisement of Jacques Lardière.

Together we will be tasting 4 Wines + Cheeses

$15 per person ( fee refunded with the purchase of 3 bottles)

2016 Resonance Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

2015 Resonance  Decouverte Vineyard Pinot Noir, Dundee Hills

2015 Resonance, Resonance Vineyard Pinot Noir, Yamhill Carlton

2016 Louis Jadot, Beaune Premier Cru Theurons, Burgundy


Parking in our front lot is extremely limited!  Please park in the free, 5 level parking deck located directly behind the shop.


Thursday, January 24
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6:30PM *On time arrival required

Burgundy Wine Tasting - Limited seated

We couldn’t be more excited to start the year  with a Burgundy tasting!

We are excited to welcome Kim Gagné to lead the tasting. Kim founded Journeys in Wine (her Wine Tour Company) in 1999, shepherding small groups of wine enthusiasts through the wine regions of France, sharing with her clients a wealth of experience and knowledge as well as a passion for wine and its rich heritage.

It was her work in the California wine trade in the late 1980’s that enticed Kim to travel to France to learn its language and wines. A year’s immersion in Burgundy ended up as an extended stay of 10 years. During that time, she ran a luxury biking and hiking tour company and exported wines to the United States.

We will taste 7 white & red wines from Burgundy paired with cheese and charcuterie.

2016 Gonon, Macon-Bussieres
2016 Gonon, Pouilly Fuisse
2016 Prudhon, Saint Aubin
2014 Rene Cacheux, Vosne Romanee 1er Cru Suchots
2012 Rene Cacheux, Chambolle-Musigny
2014  Rene Cacheux, Chambolle-Musigny
2014 Jean Jacques Confuron, Nuit-St-Georges 1er Cru ‘Les Chabeouf’

This is a seated tasting limited to 14 people. Tasting will start promptly at 6:30pm.

$35 per person (refunded with the purchase of 6 bottles).


Wednesday, January 30
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More details to come