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Adirondack Winery Expanded to Include New Tasting Room and Wine Making Facility

Aug 9, 2022

QUEENSBURY, NY - Adirondack Winery, founded in 2008, has expanded to include (in addition to its original Tasting Room at 285 Canada Street in Lake George) a new multi-million dollar Tasting Room and Wine Making facility at 395 Big Bay Road in Queensbury, with the capacity to grow to a 50,000 case winery. At this new location, they offer wine tasting experiences, wine by the glass, charcuterie boards, local beers, spirits and ciders, cocktails, winery tours, an outdoor patio, and a private event space overlooking the winery.

WHAT: Official Joint Ribbon Cutting with Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce & CVB, local dignitaries, a tour of the new facility and invitation to stay for their Grand Opening Celebration immediately following.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 16, 2022 | Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 4 p.m.

Adirondack Winery invites all to stay for their Grand Opening Celebration 4:30-6:30pm; featuring live music by Greg Auffredou, charcuterie spread and hors d'oeuvres from Guest Chef Eric Hudson, open bar featuring guest bartender David Smith of American Oak Distilling, lawn games, and more!

WHERE: 395 Big Bay Road, Queensbury, NY 12804

WHO: Owners Sasha and Michael Pardy, Senator Dan Stec, additional dignitaries, Chamber officials

WHY: “This marks a new and exciting phase of growth for Adirondack Winery! We have been bursting at the seams for years now, unable to produce enough wine to meet consumer demand. With the new winemaking facility, we will be able to produce 3x as much wine and continue to improve our quality! On top of this, we are thrilled that we can finally say YES to so many things our customers have been asking us for a decade now! Wine by the glass, winery tours, private events, food, outdoor space where pets are welcome, are all among these things that we have had to say no to in Lake George that we can now say yes to in Queensbury! It's an exciting time for us with so many possibilities to come!" — Adirondack Winery Owner Sasha Pardy.