PWC is a full service wine, beer and spirit bottle shop located in Denver’s Platt Park neighborhood & our newest location in Aurora’s Fitzsimons neighborhood .

We opened our doors November, 2015 with the vision and culmination of 16+ years in the wine, beer and spirit industry. We offer a large selection of libations, featuring over 2,000 family owned wineries.

We specialize in procuring bottles that are sustainably farmed and organic. In addition to our wine selection, beer and spirits are equally important. We would describe our beer & spirit selections as thoughtful and important. PWC beer section is curated by style selecting breweries that define individual categories whether they are cult status or classics you will be able to find your quiver. You might say we are a wine shop with a beer problem!


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Weddings, Special Events & Parties

We would be delighted to help plan for your special event. We can assist you with all of your wine, beer and spirit needs from parties of 2-1,000. We specialize in helping you select the perfect pairing for your event. Please contact us @ 303.282.5103 to set up an in store consultation.

Catering delivery available with 48 hour notice.

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Gift cards available for purchase in-store

Please call Pearl Wine Company to purchase a gift card. 303.282.5103



DAILY 11 AM – 9 PM




Pearl Wine Company offers tastings every Wednesday and Friday. We are passionate about the families that we offer in the store. Our tastings give an opportunity to sample things that we are excited about.


✨ Employee Spotlight ✨
🍺 Jordan Landis 🍺

Jordan has been working in the craft beer industry in Colorado for the better part of the last decade. He has been lucky enough to take on a variety of different roles from beertender to cook to baker during his tenures at a brewpub (Vine Street), a restaurant (Goed Zuur), and a brewery (Black Project). Through his experiences Jordan has gained an understanding of the trends and tastes of the contemporary beer scene, as well as a respect and reverence for traditional producers both at home and abroad.

What are you excited to drink moving into Fall?
Fall is my favorite season for beverages! While most people are drinking pumpkin beers and Oktoberfest lagers, I personally prefer a maltier lager like a Vienna Lager, or a hearty brown ale. For some, Stout Season is just around the corner but it has already begun for me! The cold nights we've been having are perfect for barleywine as well. Fall always makes me think of apples as well, so I've been drinking cider from Big B's and Haykin, as well as Denver Distillery's Apple Pie Moonshine--the perfect beverage for passing around a campfire. As a nightcap I enjoy a small pour of Frederiksdal cherry wine!

What is your favorite local restaurant?
I have to say Cart-Driver! Their wood-fired neapolitan pizzas are fantastic, but don't sleep on the sardines with bread! The olive butter that accompanies the sardines is probably my favorite condiment in Denver! The chicken liver mousse is delightful as well, and they have the best late-night happy hour in town!

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✨ Employee Spotlight ✨
✨ Natalie Breaux ✨

Natalie Breaux was bitten by the wine bug shortly after moving to Denver in 2004. Fresh out of culinary school, she took a job stocking shelves at a local wine shop until she found the right kitchen to call home. She quickly realized wine was her true calling and swiftly traded her whisk for a corkscrew. A voracious learner, wine offered endless opportunities to satiate her curiosity; she wasted no time in pursuing wine certifications from the industry’s leading educational institutions.

Natalie earned her Certified Sommelier (CS), Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW), and the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Advanced Level certifications in 2007. In 2008, she completed the Certified Wine Educator (CWE) certification, earning the prestigious Banfi Award for achieving the highest score while passing all parts on the first attempt. In 2009, she completed the WSET Diploma, and became a French Wine Scholar (FWS) in 2011. Today, she is one research paper away from achieving her life’s goal, the Master of Wine (MW) certification.

Throughout her studies, Natalie aspired to learn every aspect of the trade. She has held positions as wine buyer and manager in both retail and restaurants, did a stint in distribution, and worked an all-Malbec harvest against the beautiful backdrop of the Andes mountains in Mendoza, Argentina.

Her aptitude and passion for writing, editing, and teaching has naturally guided her towards a career in wine writing and education. She began instructing Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) classes in 2010, served as adjunct beverage instructor for Johnson & Wales University, and is a lead instructor and online course designer for Napa Valley Wine Academy. She has been fortunate enough to work on projects for Jancis Robinson MW, Tom Stevenson, The Society of Wine Educators, and The Sommelier (now SOMM) Journal.

When she’s not obsessing about wine, you can find her dancing in her kitchen, entertaining friends in her garden, practicing weird yoga moves, or pretending to play tennis.

💫 Q&A with Natalie in comments!

💫 La Boutanche Trollinger Wurttemburg 2020 💫

From a fourth generation winemaking family, Andi Knauss took over Weingut Knauss from his father in 2004 and has never looked back. Weingut Knauss is located in the hilly area of Strümpfelbach, which is one of five districts within the town of Weinstadt. Weinstadt, or ‘Wine City,’ not surprisingly, is best known for its vineyards and wine production. Andi chooses grapes from different plots in this region of Baden-Württemberg in the southwest of Germany. Some of his grapes also come from a few surrounding villages in the hills around the river Rems. Ancient limestone can be found layered beneath the surface of the rolling hills of vines in this idyllic area.

This red is made from the grape Trollinger, which Andi compares to a Jura Poulsard. La Boutanche Trollinger is a light ruby red color, with soaring aromas of cherry and berries, a grippy mouthfeel and a ton of refreshing acidity. Trollinger, also known as Schiava Grossa, is the most common type of the Schiava grape (of which there are many varieties) and originated in the Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy but is now mostly prevalent is Württemberg, Germany. La Boutanche Trollinger Rosé is young-vine Trollinger directly pressed into stainless steel tanks resulting in a salmon-pink wine with an edgy, spicy backbones and a wave of electric acidity. La Boutanche Riesling is zippy, dry, fresh, and lemony with an edgy acidity and prevalent citrus on the finish. Enjoy all three of Andi’s La Boutanche Liters, or choose your favorite one, but most importantly, “Choose wisely, grasshopper.”

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✨ Employee Spotlight ✨
✨ David Lemery ✨

For over 16 years, David Lemery has had his face in the Denver hospitality industry. His passion for bartending and customer service has turned him into a well rounded asset to the team. After completing his barsmarts education program, his passion grew. He recently entered the spirits director position with a healthy knowledge of beer, wine, and spirits. His goal is to expand that knowledge and to pass it on to others. In addition to the hospitality industry, David also enjoys watchmaking, golf, and spending time with his family.

Q&A with David 🙋
What have you been drinking this summer?
Besides all the samples I've tasted over the summer, my go to is still a bottle of Miller High Life and a shot of Tequila. (preferably Libelula Joven) Being raised in Wisconsin, I've learned to enjoy the simple things.

What is your favorite local restaurant?
There are definitely a lot of great local restaurants, but if I had to choose one it would be The Plimoth. I love that it is a quaint little restaurant in a quiet neighborhood. The slow paced atmosphere lets you really sink in and enjoy your experience. They have a great farm to table concept, and I always look forward to their changing seasonal menu. From the food and hospitality to the wine and cocktail list, the place never disappoints. Highly recommend it!

What is one of your most memorable wine/beer/spirit experiences?
If I were to pick an experience that had a huge impact on me, it would be my first trip to Napa. I got the chance to go on four private single family; single vineyard wine tours and learn the process of winemaking from the winemakers themselves. Learning about the different soil types, harvesting, crushing, fermentation and bottling was an amazing educational experience. Every vineyard and every bottle has a story!

What is your favorite food/drink pairing?
My favorite food and drink pairing would be Champagne and Oysters. The Umami flavor of the oysters seems to enhance the taste of the Champagne. It's almost serendipity how well the two pair together. Ideally, I enjoy pairing the two for happy hour on a patio.



Platt Park Location

1886 S Pearl St, Denver, CO 80210

Phone: 303.282.5103
Hours: DAILY 11AM – 9PM

Fitzsimons Location

13021 E 21st Ave Unit A, Aurora, CO 80045

Phone: 303.343.2103
Hours: DAILY 11AM – 9PM

Platt Park Location

1886 S Pearl St, Denver, CO 80210

Fitzsimons Location

13021 E 21st Ave unit A, Aurora, CO 80045

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