Proposed use permit for a wine making facility within the city limits of the city of Calistoga. The site has GP and Z designation of community commercial. This project will establish a 10,000 case winemaking facility on a .80 acre parcel in the city of Calistoga. The project includes up to two custom crush services to be provided to outside clients. The site is accessed via an improved shared driveway off of Foothill Blvd. A total of 9,850 sf of structures and improvements are proposed. The facility will accommodate every aspects of wine production, including a tasting room.
Commercial (Sq. Ft. 9,850, Acres .80, Employees 5)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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