Two-EE’s Winery finishes expansion project

Two-EE’s Winery owners Eric and Emily Harris were joined by local officials to cut the ribbon for their newly completed expansion on Thursday, Oct. 10. Pictured are (from left) Mark Wickersham, Huntington County United Economic Development Corporation; Huntington County Commissioners President Larry Buzzard; Huntington County Commissioner Tom Wall; Emily Harris; Eric Fawcett, Bippus State Bank; Eric Harris; Huntington County Commissioner Rob Miller; and Ryan Warner, Bippus State Bank. 
Two-EE’s Winery owners Eric and Emily Harris were joined by local officials to cut the ribbon for their newly completed expansion on Thursday, Oct. 10. Pictured are (from left) Mark Wickersham, Huntington County United Economic Development Corporation; Huntington County Commissioners President Larry Buzzard; Huntington County Commissioner Tom Wall; Emily Harris; Eric Fawcett, Bippus State Bank; Eric Harris; Huntington County Commissioner Rob Miller; and Ryan Warner, Bippus State Bank.  Photo provided.

Two-EE’s Winery announced on Oct. 14 the completion of its expanded facility, in which the company invested over $2.3 million.

The seven-month project, built by CME Build It Right Corporation, nearly doubled the size of the facility, with additional parking, an expanded production space for winemaking, and a new event center with separate wine bar, a private patio and private restrooms.

“We’re thrilled to be able to celebrate the completion of a project that Emily and I have dreamed about since the day we opened our doors in 2013,” said Eric Harris, co-owner and head winemaker of Two-EE’s. “We’re excited for what the future holds for our business, and we’re thankful to Bippus State Bank, the Huntington County Economic Development Corporation, our county commissioners and the countless others that made this project possible.”

The new building is only the first phase of improvements to the property. A second phase to expand the main patio and add additional seating is part of Harris’ long term plans to meet customer demand.

“Huntington County is very, very proud of Two-EE’s Winery and we are very fortunate they’ve chosen to invest and grow in our county,” said Mark Wickersham, executive director of Huntington County Economic Development Corporation, in a statement last week.  “We offer our sincerest congratulations to Eric and Emily, and thank the commissioners and Bippus State Bank for their investment in the success of Two-EE’s.”

Two-EE’s Winery plans to celebrate the completion of construction with a grand reveal party on Saturday, Oct. 19, with ticketed tours of the event and winemaking spaces, a live band in the afternoon and food trucks. Visit Two-EE’s website or social media for more information.

The new event center is now open and available for rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, birthday parties, holiday and corporate events. Anyone interested in learning more about booking the space for a private event can find information online by visiting twoees.com/eventcenter.