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.
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.