New Wine Tasting Room Open in Lansdale in Old Newspaper Space by Kutztown’s Pinnacle Ridge Winery

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Pinnacle Ridge Winery finds a new home for its tasting room in Lansdale amid an old newspaper office, writes Paul Vigna for Pennlive.com.

The space was once home to a fire company office and then for The Reporter newspaper.

This fun new space has no work vibes, wine vibes only at 34 Susquehanna Avenue in Lansdale, Montgomery County, and is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays.

On offer to customers are crackers and cheese, tapenades, and charcuterie boards for those who like a few lite bites with their wines.

Pinnacle Ridge has received both national and international acclaim for its wines and continues to be the most awarded winery in Pennsylvania. The winemaking philosophy at Pinnacle Ridge is one of minimal intervention using traditional methods.

For 25 years, previous owner Brad Knapp was the owner and winemaker at Pinnacle Ridge in Berks County before he retired in February 2021. Carl Henrich and wife Kris Miller now own the name and wines, watching the process of the new tasting room progress, along with Lansdale resident and distributor Victor Ykoruk.

Read more about Lansdale’s newest wine-tasting room at Pinnacle Ridge Winery on PennLive.com.

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