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Auburn Citizen - progress
January 30, 2006
Progress 2006
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
The Citizen, Auburn, New York
Progress 2006
January 30, 2006
We invite you to visit
one of Seneca Lake's
newest wineries!
Within its Tuscan setting, Ventosa offers a
friendly atmosphere,premium wine tasting,
and a café serving lunch daily.
We look forward to creating an experience
you will never forget!
Open year 'round
Mon.-Sat. 10-6pm, Sunday 12-6pm
*extended fall hours*
3440 Rt. 96A,
Geneva, NY 14456, 315-719-0000
Nucor Steel Auburn, Inc., 25 Quarry Road, Auburn, NY 13021
Ventosa Vineyards, the newest winery in the
Finger Lakes, is located on the Northeast shore
of Seneca Lake, in the heart of the Finger Lakes
wine region. Ventosa, the Italian word meaning
"windy", offers a unique Tuscan setting which
brings the ambiance of Tuscany to the Finger
Lakes. The friendly atmosphere, premium wine
tasting and breathtaking view of Seneca Lake
provides an experience you will be sure to enjoy
and remember.
The wine tasting experience at Ventosa Vine-
yards is second to none. You will taste a variety
of flavors found in Ventosa's wines as you marvel
at the view of the vineyards and Seneca Lake - no
matter what the season. Ventosa's current wine
list includes 2003 Chardonnay and 2003 Pinot
Noir, both light & fruitier styles not typically
found; 2003 Vino Rosso, a blend of Cabernet
Franc, Pinot Noir & Sangiovese; 2003 Caber-
net Franc, a medium bodied red with flavors of
black pepper, blackberry & chocolate; 2003 Sag-
gio, a Bordeaux style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon,
Cabernet Franc & Merlot; and finally, 2002 Mer-
lot, a full bodied dry red with hints of blackber-
ry & licorice. Spring will bring the release of a semi-
dry Riesling, our 2004 Chardonnay, and Vino
Bianco, a blended white.
Our tasting room is complete with a cafe
serving lunch daily. The menu includes soup,
salads, panini, pizza, wraps, desserts, beer, cof-
fee, cappuccino, espresso and more. Specials are
also offered daily. Ventosa's tasting room is the per-
fect spot to relax, sip a glass of wine, have lunch
and enjoy the beautiful warm surroundings. It is
also the ideal spot for a small luncheon of dinner
for 60 people or less. An expansive terrace, off the
tasting room, overlooks the vineyard and Seneca
Lake. It provides an ideal setting for fresco din-
ing, watching spectacular sunsets, or even a small
gathering or reception.
The vineyard at Ventosa consists of 21 acres
of vinifera grapes. These premium grapes include
Pinot Noir, Lemberger, Cabernet Franc, Caber-
net Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Pinot Gris, Ries-
ling and Chardonnay. Additionally, Ventosa
grows Sangiovese and Tocai Friulano, Italian
grapes not typically found in the Finger Lakes
With its elegant decor and stunning view,
Ventosa's banquet room is perfect for your special
event. The banquet room has the capacity to
seat 350 guests. Large or small, we can accom-
modate a family gathering, business meeting, or
wedding reception.
Our mission is Excellence! Producing the
best wine, offering the best food and service and
creating memories that will last a lifetime, is what
Ventosa is all about.
A Taste of Tuscany in the Finger Lakes
Think Cayuga first.
Cayuga Offers Express Lane to Col-
lege Degree. Hard work in high school
can pay off at Cayuga Community College-
and beyond. With college credit earned
in high school, motivated students can go
on to complete a bachelor's degree in three
years, save on college expenses, and start their
careers or grad school earlier.
With early planning, Advanced Stand-
ing Liberal Arts at Cayuga Community
College is an express lane to a bachelor's
degree. Students must first take five college-
level courses in high school, then enroll
full-time in Cayuga's liberal arts program
and pick up two or three additional cours-
es during the college's January and summer
breaks. By doing so, they can shave a year
off the traditional associate degree pro-
gram and transfer into a four-year college
or university as a junior-after just one year
at Cayuga.
Within Cayuga's liberal arts program,
students can focus on a particular interest
while completing degree and transfer
requirements. Concentrations are offered
in biology, chemistry, geology, criminal
justice, early childhood, literature, psy-
chology, and writing. Plus, Cayuga's hon-
ors option offers enhanced academic chal-
lenge for strong achievers. Perhaps best of
all, students can stay close to home for
the first year, to help ease the transition
to college life.
Taking the express lane from high
school through Cayuga and on to a trans-
fer school is an ideal strategy for students
looking to hold down the high cost of a
bachelor's degree and embark on their
careers sooner.
Details are available from the Cayuga
Community College admissions office at
Cayuga Community College
Business Name: Cayuga Community
Address: 197 Franklin St., Auburn, NY
Phone: 315-255-1743
Fax: 315-255-2117
Year started: 1953
Type of business: College
We asked Nucor Steel Auburn, Inc.
a few questions about their business
and this is what they told us:
Q. Tell us about your Products/Ser-
A. Nucor manufactures carbon steel-
bar products by recycling steel scrap.
Products include merchant bar, rebar
and special bar quality steel which serve
the construction, service center, min-
ing, railroad and automotive markets.
Q. What is unique about your busi-
A. Nucor is the largest recycler in
the state, recycling over 500,000 tons
of steel scrap each year in making it's steel
products. All of Nucor's steel products
have a minimum recycled content of
Q. Awards/Recognition?
A. Nucor received the New York
State Governor's Recycling Award in
2000, was accepted into US EPA's Envi-
ronmental Performance Track Program
in 2002, won US EPA's Performance
Track Outreach Award in 2003 and
won the Steel Manufacturers Associa-
tion Recycler of the Year Award in
2003. Nucor was accepted into the
Performance Track program for anoth-
er term in 2005
Q. Community Involvement?
A. Nucor is extremely active in the
community through it's participation
in The United Way, The Cayuga Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce, The Coun-
ty Community College, The Board of
Cooperative Educational Services,
numerous athletic organizations and
a host of other civic, charitable and
educational groups.
Nucor Steel Auburn, Inc.
Business Name: Nucor Steel Auburn, Inc.
Address: 25 Quarry Road, Auburn, NY
Phone: 315-253-4561
Fax: 315-258-4245
Owners/Officer: David R. Smith
Number of Employees: 280
Production Started: 1975
Type of business: Steel Making
We asked Plainville Farms a few
questions about their business and this
is what they told us:
Q. Tell us about your Products/Ser-
A. Plainville Farms offers a full line
of all natural ingredient turkey deli
products as well as antibiotic free fresh
meat items year round
Q. What is unique about your
A. Largest turkey farm in the
Northeast raising over 600,000 turkeys
per year. Turkeys are grown without
the use of antibiotics, without animal
by-products in the feed and in a ani-
mal friendly environment.
Q. Awards / Recognition
A. The New York State Agricultur-
al Society honored Plainville Turkey
Farms with it's Business of The Year
Award at the Annual Agricultural
Forum held in Syracuse in January
Plainville Farms
Business Name: Plainville Farms
Address: 7830 Plainville Rd.,
Plainville, NY 13137
Phone: 315-638-0226
Fax: 315-701-1354
Owners/Officer: President - Mark W. Bitz
Number of Employees: 130
Year started: 1835
Type of business: Food

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