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English Estate Winery owner says she had about a week’s notice before First Street construction shut down traffic

Winery’s peak season clashes with road work season, though winery remains open

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 25, 2024, 6:07am
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As Southeast First Street is under construction, patrons of English Estate Winery might be confused by roadwork and how they can access the winery, which is open for business. The winery does most of its business in the summer. At top, a sign guides visitors to the winery entrance.
As Southeast First Street is under construction, patrons of English Estate Winery might be confused by roadwork and how they can access the winery, which is open for business. The winery does most of its business in the summer. At top, a sign guides visitors to the winery entrance. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Summer is normally a busy time of year for English Estate Winery in east Vancouver. But this year, road construction directly in front of the winery means customers don’t realize they can still access the business.

The winery sits at 17806 S.E. First St. As motorists approach from either direction, signs indicate the road is closed, reinforced by the appearance of large construction equipment or mounds of earth.

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