Napa County supervisors on Tuesday are to decide whether the Planning Commission’s approval of a winery on the Flynnville property near Calistoga should stand.
The winery is to be located at 1184 Maple Lane near Highway 29 southeast of Calistoga. The Planning Commission on April 5 approved a 40,000-gallon-a-year winery with up to 25 visitors daily. Six parcels will be merged into the minimum 10-acre size for a winery.
Appealing the decision are Joan Zoloth and Travis Stephens.
They say Flynnville Partners proposes to establish a winery tasting room in the guise of a custom crush facility in a quiet, rural neighborhood.
The Board of Supervisors meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the county administration building at 1195 Third St. The Flynnville hearing is scheduled for 10 a.m.