Supes tell staff to draft boutique winery ordinance
Last updated 12/20/2007 at Noon
Winery owners in unincorporated San Diego County are one step closer to a zoning ordinance amendment which would allow boutique wineries to operate without use permits.
A 5-0 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote December 5 directed county staff to return to the supervisors within 120 days with an ordinance which would allow tasting rooms and on-premise wine sales by right for boutique wineries accessed by public roads while establishing conditions for boutique wineries accessed by private roads. Wineries on a private road where no more than ten parcels within 1,000 feet of the winery...