Terry v. Sperry, et al., 2010 Ohio 1299 (Ohio Ct. App. 2010)

(defendant landowners' winery violates township zoning regulations; winery located in residential zoning district and does not qualify for "agricultural exemption" from local zoning; making and marketing of wine and foods were primary uses, and agriculture and "viticulture" was secondary use; value of items did not impact ruling; winery was importing more grapes and grape juice for its wine that it was growing on the property, thus processing and marketing of wine was primary use of property). 

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