The interior of Deep Roots Wine Market.
Photo: Ed Carter
Photo: Ed Carter

Deep Roots Wine Market opening tomorrow in Roswell and other metro Atlanta dining news from the week

Here are the stories that made a splash in the Atlanta food world this week. 

Deep Roots Wine Market & Tasting Room is set to open tomorrow in Roswell.

Deep Roots features wines exclusively from California with a range of price points. Owner Dana Gurela, a certified California wine appellation specialist and sommelier, will be often be on hand to discuss vintages and varieties, and the tasting room will offer self-guided wine tours via Napa Technology wine pouring stations. Customers can sample 1-, 3- or 6-oz. pours of 24 wines with a reloadable pre-paid swipe card, and buy bottles -- including hard-to-find varieties -- to take home.

Deep Roots offers pre-packaged bites for pairing including cured meats from The Spotted Trotter along with chicken salad, pimento cheese and baked goodies from Roswell’s Gluten Free Cutie. Assorted cheeses, crackers, jams, salads, hummus and baba ghanoush are also available in the shop’s retail cooler. 

1055 Canton Street, 770-925-5124.

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