Latin: very rare, exceptional.


Born from its ancient namesake. A word that describes an entity not only unique, but also, extraordinary. It fortifies the phenomenal. It defines excellence. The result is something exceedingly scarce.

Carrying a Cabernet Sauvignon of fire and char and chocolate only 250 bottles—each is alone to itself.


The Perrarus bottle


Made of hand blown glass, each and every vial capturing the maker’s breath and artisanship. No two will be exactly alike. Tiny ripples and air pockets, frozen in form. Nothing is rarer than one-of-a-kind.

I bet you could sometimes find all the mysteries of the universe in someone’s hand.
— Benjamin Alire Sáenz

 The Perrarus medallion


An engraved astrolabe, which depicts a cut of the infinite cosmos as if seen through the tube of an antique telescope.

...contemplations of the cosmos stir us—there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory...
— Carl Sagan

This wine is an experience. Not a taste. Like entering a confectionery. Chocolate, caramel—chewing in the mouth.

Fire & char.
Like the best cigar in the world. Like the rarest spice in the world.

Ancient. Rare. Almost dead but bleeding. This wine is tradition. This bottle is tradition.

Wild energy. This is a Leopard.

Aging will be monumental. Meant for a time capsule. Smell this wine. It makes you feel better—alive.

Like drinking life.
Like seeing a great movie.


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Perrarus was created as a unifier of concepts, including the disciplines of art, fashion, design, music, science…

It is a reflection—an embodiement—of the phrase for which it is named, a demonstration of unusual purity and creative excellence.