Posted: July 1, 2014 11:26 am
Erie, PA- The Erie Downtown Partnership held a new business ribbon-cutting event for Heritage Wine Cellars on July 1st, 2014.
Heritage Wine Cellars has opened it’s first location in downtown Erie on 10th Street next to the Erie Playhouse within walking distance from some of the areas BYOB restaurants and other entertainment destinations. This new location will provide a more convenient location to pick up Heritage Wine.
“We’re excited to welcome Heritage Wine Cellars into the area as they expand their business from around the region,” said John Buchna, CEO of the Erie Downtown Partnership, “Josh Bostwick recognized the benefits of being downtown with the growing number of people who spend their time downtown to live, work and play. This location will help them better serve this area’s customers” said Buchna. Buchna added, “This specialty wine shop with over 50 different wines will be a great addition to the area as well as complement the many dining establishments that happen to be BYOB in downtown Erie.”
“We are very excited to move downtown,” said owner Josh Bostwick “as a Cathedral Prep and Gannon University graduate, downtown Erie still holds a place in my heart” commented Bostwick. Bostwick went on to say, “We recognize that having a location in the heart of the city will make it more convenient to the many people who spend their time in downtown. It’s the perfect location to either stop on the way home from work or to quickly grab a bottle on the way to a BYOB type restaurant.”
The Bostwick family has been in the grape and wine business for six generations and the winery is located in North East, PA offering over 50 different types of wine.
The Erie Downtown Partnership is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the revitalization of downtown Erie by improving its image, business climate, physical environment and design.