Perennial Vintners
COVID-19 Special notice!       [Last update 12-Nov-2021]
Please note that most of our wines are under $30. You can visit the winery or shop online here.
PV is OPEN for tasting with limited Winter hours. Please see our Tasting/Visit page for details.
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COVID-19 Special notice!       [Last update 12-Nov-2021]

PV is OPEN for tastings, weekends only 11am to dusk (about 4:15pm).

When the weather is dry, we'll be doing tastings outdoors only. If visiting later in the day, it may be chilly so wear a good coat. We have some lap blankets available but you may wish to bring your own!

On rainy days, we'll be indoors in our winery, which has space for only one group at a time (max 6 people). There is a sign in front with x-mas lights - if they're on, come in - if they're off, we already have a group, so please call/txt 206-780-2146 to queue up for the next spot.


Please note: We do not take reservations during our normal open hours as we simply do not have enough seating to put aside a spot - it's first come-first-served. However, don't hesitate to call for availablity.
Our open hours are:
Saturday-Sunday11:00am - dusk (about 4:15pm)
Monday-Friday by appt. call/txt (Contact Us page) or Schedule/Make appt. page

Tasting details:
We have a $15 tasting fee. You get to taste all the wines we have open that day, typically 4-6. For every 2 bottles purchased, we waive one tasting fee. We accept all major credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, etc. We can also ship wine to most states.

Click here for Directions page on how to get to the winery.

        
Important disclaimers -- please read!
Please remember that the winery is the basement of a private home.
  • Although there are no obstacles like stairs or curbs, there is a gravel/grass driveway that can make handicapped access difficult.
  • Our gravel driveway and vineyard tour through grass means that high-heels are not a good idea!
  • Our driveway has a narrow steep turn and not much turnaround space at the top. We cannot handle motorhomes or buses. (You could park below and walk up -- contact us first.)
  • Our driveway is shared with other households and is adjacent to agriculture. We ask that you drive slowly to avoid harming kids/pets or kicking up dust onto the plants.

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