Jim Thorpe

Join us at our shoppe in Jim Thorpe for a tasting, wine by the glass, cheese platters, and seasonal cocktails. Our tastings are $5 to try five of our wines. We feature artwork from both local and foreign artists, as well as occasional art classes and other events. All events are announced on our Facebook page.

We do not currently allow bottles to be uncorked in our shoppe.
We welcome groups, but ask if you have a party of 8 or more, please call us ahead of time at (570) 325-8138.


We proudly occupy the Hooven Mercantile building in the town square near the train station. You can't miss us.
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The train that still runs through the heart of Jim Thorpe. The train that still runs through the heart of Jim Thorpe.

Things To Do

Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania is a premiere destination for fans of nature, architecture, art, eclectic entertainment, history, good food, and even the supernatural. In fact, during Victorian times, it was second only to Niagara Falls as the most popular tourist destination in the United States. It was recently voted one of the ten coolest and one of the ten prettiest towns in the USA.

The town was founded by Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company (LC&N) as Mauch Chunk, which is Lenni Lenape for “Sleeping Bear”. Its natural resources of coal, strategic location, and proximity to the Lehigh Canal saw the town thrive as a transshipment center for coal. The Industrial Revolution put Mauch Chunk on the map. (Click to read more...)

The Hooven Building

Our store is located inside of the Hooven Building. During the late 1800's, our facility was used to measure grains, spices, coffee beans, and the like. The original scale is built into the floor behind our bar. We are right in the town square, with a porch that's perfect for enjoying whatever music is coming from the gazebo. Our favorite is when the Native American drum circle plays during the Jim Thorpe Birthday Celebration.

The Hooven Building. The Hooven Building on a bustling day. Our porch is a great place to sit and enjoy the music with a glass of wine.

Our mural on the back of the building - a portrait of the vineyard. A mural of our vineyard, painted on a garage door on the side of our building that faces the train tracks.
Sometimes people leave little figures there for us, like Barbie or Papa Smurf.

The Delaware & Lehigh Trail head is right by our winery shoppe in Jim Thorpe. It boasts some very impressive views of the Lehigh River.
Rent a bike or take a hike, and be sure to visit us for a glass of sangria afterwards.

Kemmerer Park is best enjoyed in April, when the weeping cherry trees are in bloom.
This perfect moment was captured as the church bells played "Edelweiss" from the Sound of Music.