Wild Diamond Vineyards, LLC proposes to plant approximately 80 acres of new vineyards, construct a winery with the capacity to produce up to 52,800 cases of wine per year, build a wine tasting room that will be open to the public, and create an interpretive center; development activities would occur on approximately 90 acres. The proposed Project would host special events such as wine promotional and industry, weddings, charitable and other facility rentals; small group guided site tours would also be offered. Development of the proposed Project would also redevelop interior roads to accommodate emergency vehicle access, install a new water tank for facility uses, and develop new onsite wastewater disposal systems.
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