The farm winery is owned by Adrian Mobilia, a fourth-generation farmer, whose family owns some 200 acres near Lake Erie in Pennsylvania. Mobilia plans to plant grapes on property across the street from the new store. The company currently offers 16 different bottles of wine. “We have everything from sweet to dry,” says Mobilia, who will plant Steuben, Niagara and Chambourcin. “Those three are pretty hearty,” he says. “We’re not sure how the grapes will tolerate the high salt in the soil and the air.” Along with wine, the shop sells wine accoutrements, including hand-painted wine glasses, wine keys and openers, gift bags and cheese trays. Other featured items include T-shirts and candles.