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Route 14 winery, brewery is taking shape

    STARKEY—The warm winter weather has allowed the construction workers to make big strides in the completion of a new microbrewery and a small farm winery on Route 14 in Starkey.
    The project is owned by David Bunnell, of Bunnell Associates in Geneva. He also purchased the former Cluster Pines convenience store on Route 14 near Glenora Wine Cellars in 2010. That has since reopened as Glenora Corners Grocery. The winery and brewery project is just up on the hill behind that. Construction of the new facility started in November of last year and is expected to be completed this summer.
    Bunnell said he liked the location of the Route 14 property, and knew it was on the market for some time. He said after looking at what the area offered, he wanted to develop a microbrewery and winery.
    While the two will be separate facilities, due to the licenses required, it would be one destination. The facility will be 8,600 square feet in size. At this time, there are no plans for either wine or beer production at the business. Ryan Hallings, Finger Lakes Economic Development Center Vice President of Community Development, said the wine and beer would be produced locally, but served here.
    This is not Bunnell’s first foray into development. He said he has acquired four buildings in Geneva.

 


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