RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Virginia company is planning to open a new production facility to make Champagne-style wines in the Old Dominion.
Gov. Ralph Northam announced Monday that Virginia Sparkling Company plans to spend $600,000 to build a new facility in Nelson County.
The company plans to buy its grapes only from Virginia. It says it will buy 168 tons of Virginia grapes during the next three years.