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Grand opening of Yonah Mountain Vineyards' expansion March 8

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLEVELAND - Yonah Mountain Vineyards will hold the Grand Opening of its expanded facility located in Cleveland in March.

What started with a 2,200 square foot winery in 2006 is being expanded into a 30,000 square foot tasting room and event facility.

Phase One of the expansion, which opens March 8, features an expanded winery, the addition of a second wine cave, and the new octagonal tasting room.

"We believe our new tasting room and facility creates a true destination for our guests," said owner Bob Miller. "We want our guests to feel like part of our family and share in our passion for wine."

Phase Two, opening mid-summer this year, features a 10,000 square foot event pavilion.

"Our new event pavilion allows us to host meetings, social events, and weddings," said Eric Miller, General Manager. "Taking advantage of our beautiful view while offering our guests high quality wine, makes for very special programs and events."

The grand opening Ccremony is scheduled to begin at 10:00, Saturday, March 8. Special wine releases, tastings, and tours are planned throughout the weekend.
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