Napa County and Kelham Vineyards & Winery have reached an agreement over a lawsuit the county filed against the company.
Attorney Jim Rose said Tuesday that the owners of Kelham submitted plans to the county to get its proper certificates and permits, and the county has approved them.
“They’re legally operating and selling wine,” Rose said.
He said the owners had to install a fire alarm system on their property, and had to wait to schedule time for building inspectors to come out.
While the lawsuit technically remains open, Kelham and the county are wrapping up a settlement agreement, Rose said. The lawsuit was filed in April.