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Canton destination, Gervasi Vineyard, starts more expansion work

Crews from Norman Eckinger Inc. have started moving dirt at Gervasi Vineyard in Canton for additional buildings that will house a spa, a tasting room and additional storage space for wine and distilled spirits. The additional buildings will be in the southwest corner of the grounds.

CANTON – There will be additional reasons to visit Gervasi Vineyard in 2023.

Already a destination with four restaurants, multiple villas and a boutique hotel, Gervasi will add The Spa, The Cave, The Rickhouse and more warehouse and distribution space.

The new amenities are the latest additions to the complex, which opened in 2010. New facilities will be in two buildings and construction has started in the southwest corner of the 55-acre estate.

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Norman Eckinger Inc. is serving as building designer and contractor.

A rendering of the building that will house The Spa and The Cave at Gervasi Vineyard. The building is under constriction of the south side of the property and the amenities should be open next spring.

Spa service is the leading request Gervasi staff hears from guests, and adding one shows that Gervasi Vineyard is a true destination resort, Scott Swaldo, chief executive officer and general manager of GV Destinations, said in a press release.

The Spa and The Cave will be in the same building, which is being constructed on a hill. The main floor will house The Spa, which will offer services that include massage, facials, body treatments and manicure and pedicures.