High Peaks Winery opens tasting room in Parishville
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 - 11:53 am

At the Potsdam Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting for High Peaks Winery’s new tasting room are, from left, front, Kari Harsh, Tara Johnston, Dave Crowell, owner Matt Whalen, Jessica McPherson, Tracy Tuttle, Carrie Sequin, Cheryl Lattimer; back, Craig Chevalier, Chris and Shelia Whalen, Lyle Newman, and Jeremy Johnston.

PARISHVILLE -- High Peaks Winery has opened its tasting room at 2442 State Highway 72, between Parishville and Hopkinton.

It is open Saturdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and Sundays 1 to 5 p.m.

Owner Matt Whalen also has some wine related products such as wine racks, bottle stoppers, and bottler openers. Artwork by Marion Bradish of Riverflow Studio, which graces a couple of his bottles, is displayed in the tasting room and available for purchase in the form of greeting cards, small prints, and magnets.

High Peaks Winery bottles can be found on shelves in liquor stores all over St. Lawrence County, and now in Franklin County, Watertown, and Lake Placid. Some restaurants also offer it to customers.

To read more about the winery, place a retail order or see a list of liquor stores that carry High Peaks wine, visit www.highpeakswinery.com or their Facebook page.