Rise and Wine To Debut In Halcyon Before End of 2020

Wine boutique and market will boast a 'large selection of wines from around the world,' smaller labels from local Georgia wineries.
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RocaPoint Partners on Friday announced in a press release that its Halcyon development, the Big Creek Greenway-connected village in Forsyth County, is expanding its retail offerings with the addition of boutique wine shop, Rise & Wine.

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The 925-square-foot wine boutique is expected to open sometime in 2020 offering a “large selection of wines from around the world.”

Owned by husband-and-wife team Parimal and Vruti Patel, Rise & Wine will feature a wine market, situated between fashion boutiques Willow Jane and Lizard Thicket, overlooking Halcyon’s Village Green.

The shop will offer a handpicked selection of labels from all around the world as well as smaller, local wineries from Georgia.

“My wife and I have been hoping to open our first wine shop together for some time now, and the opportunity to do so at Halcyon—in our own backyard of Forsyth County—is a dream come true,” Parimal Patel said in the release.

“Halcyon is a place where neighbors, coworkers, and families come together to connect and relax, and we think there’s no better way to do that than over a shared bottle of wine.”

Rise & Wine brings Halcyon’s roster of food and beverage tenants to 20 total concepts. In addition to Rise & Wine, four of those concepts—Never Enough Thyme, Salata Salad Kitchen, and two Halcyon Market Hall stalls, Frenchie’s Royal House of Frites & Meats and Holmes Slice—are also aiming to open in 2020.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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