Diletto Winery to Move to Former Antone’s Building

BOARDMAN, Ohio – Diletto Winery will be relocating this October to the former Antone’s building at 8578 Market St.

“Our passion for wine is matched only by our commitment to community,” said owner Jacqueline Shell. “The Market Street location is more centrally located. It also provides ample space to make and serve our popular fruit wines and sangria while offering our guests even more opportunities to enjoy each others’ company.”

In addition to offering live entertainment, sip n’ paints and the winery’s escape room adventures, Shell plans to cultivate some of the winery’s fruit on-site, as well as collaborate with area businesses and nonprofit organizations on outdoor events.

“We are community-based and really don’t want to inconvenience our guests in the least, so we hope to make a smooth transition from one site to the other without interrupting services,” Shell said.

Diletto opened in 2014 and is known for fruit wines, sangria, appetizers and offering an array of activities.

Shell is not sure what business, if any, will occupy the current building the winery is in at 9182 Youngstown Salem Road in Canfield.

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