New winery opens in downtown Conroe, plus 2 other local business happenings

Blue Epiphany Winery opened April 5. (Courtesy Blue Epiphany Winery)
Blue Epiphany Winery opened April 5. (Courtesy Blue Epiphany Winery)

Blue Epiphany Winery opened April 5. (Courtesy Blue Epiphany Winery)

Blue Epiphany Winery, a 15-acre vineyard and winery located on Bryant Road in Conroe, opened a second tasting room in downtown Conroe on April 5 at 336 N. Main St. The tasting room features Blue Epiphany wines. The winery was founded in 2017 and offers red and white wines, mead, and oils and vinegars, according to the company website. 281-967-9799. www.blue-ephiphany.com

Conroe-based Pileco, a supplier of pile-driving equipment, plans to open a new facility in Conroe Park North. Pileco is currently located on East Davis Street off Hwy. 105 but will move to the new facility by 2022. Situated on 10 acres, the new facility will be 25,975 square feet of office and shop space. 936-494-4200. www.pileco.com


CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County hosted a ribbon cutting April 9 for its new Connection Corner at its office in downtown Conroe at 412 W. Phillips St. CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County aims to teach parenting skills to biological parents, foster parents and kinship placements using a methodology called Trust Based Relationships. The Connection Corner offers a space for parents and caregivers to not only be taught skills but practice those skills with the children. The Connection Corner was completed in August, but offices remained closed until November. Since then, the room has only been used a few times with caregivers only due to the pandemic, but the decision was made to hold the official opening and ribbon cutting April 9. 936-441-5437. www.casapeaks4kids.com
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.