RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia’s Middle Peninsula is set to get its second winery.
Gov. Ralph Northam’s office announced Wednesday that Zoll Vineyards plans to open a new farm-to-table winery in Gloucester County.
Northam’s office said the vineyard will make a wines, meads and ciders using Virginia-grown groups and honey.
Northam approved a $10,000 grant for the winery, which will be matched by local funds.
The winery plants to spend $436,000 to open the winery and create 14 new jobs.
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