The project proposes an Administrative Review Permit to operate a small winery that would produce up to 20,000 cases of wine annually and host six promotional events annually. The proposed project consists of construction of an approximately 11 ,200 squarefoot facility inclusive of a 4 ,300 square-foot production area for processing grapes, a 4 ,600 square-foot tasting room , and a 2,300 square-foot wine cave. In addition to the winery , the project proposes to produce a small amount of olive oil from trees grown on the property. The project also proposes construction of approximately 6 ,200 square-feet of patio and covered porch . Additional site improvements include parking and circulation areas, landscaping, hardscaping , and an onsite sewage disposal area . The winery and associated improvements would be located within an approximately 11-acre area in the south-central portion of the 80-acre site.
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