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€2 625 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€2 500 000 without fees)
|Surface||486 M2*||Plot Size||38000 M2|
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40min from Bordeaux – the wine produced from this vineyard is AOC Côtes de Bourg– property includes 35 ha of vines - breathtaking view – nice stone house on one level with tree-filled garden – several annexes includes winery, warehouse, office, tasting room and guest house.
- 35 ha of Côtes de Bourg
- Terroir : clay topsoil and limestone subsoil (these give a unique character to the wines that are produced), very good sun exposure, filtering soil
- density : from 4500 to 5000 vines / hectare
- 80 % Merlot / 20 % Cabernet Sauvignon
- Winery 278m2, perfectly equiped, thermoregulation, micro-oxygenation,
- Barrels cellar, 140m2
- Storage cellar, 245m2
- vineyard equipment warehouse, 302m2
- tasting room, office, toilet, laboratory…
Wines and trade :
- 1 Château’s name registered at INPI
- Production potential of 240 000 bottles
- 2/3 of the production is sold to Bordeaux merchants in bottle, the wines is well sold and regularly rewarded.
- wine sold from 5€ to 9.5€ (price at the property)
- Nice stone house on one level, 336m2 (173m2 converted, box-room 75m2, garage 71m2). The house has been conserved as before and so needs to be arranged, high potential)
- 1 guest house renovated, 150m2
This very nice property produces very good wines, this is a vineyard ready to work ! The wines are well sold, reputed and profitable !
Needs only to arrange the house and this property will become a very lovely place.
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DPE : Energy test not required.
Gironde is the largest french department with 2170 miles of rivers and 72 miles of fine coastline, and thanks to Bordeaux is home to 1.3 million people. It is named after the estuary that was formed by the Garonne and Dordogne rivers. The department is most famous for its sandy beaches, delectable mussels and fine wines. Summer is hot, with the occasional storm and Winter is usually mild.
Bordeaux is the capital of the department and also where the main wine industry is located. Being a bustling, cosmopolitan city, it contrasts with the traditional atmosphere found in wine-producing communities. The city has an elegant shopping centre, including the longest shopping street in Europe, and many great restaurants. The port town of Langon is located to the south of Bordeaux and is the highest point on the river Garonne, and the area has many stunning villages including St Emilion with chic, boutique shopping and wonderful vineyard scenery.
The Aquitaine Atlantic coast attracts a number of surfers, and is considered to be the best surfing spot due to its high waves. The Bassin d'Arcachon offers a more relaxing experience, and if you like mussels this area produces France's fourth largest supply.
British Airways, Flybe, Easyjet and Air France all fly to Bordeaux from most UK airports. The TGV can also get from Bordeaux to Paris in under 4 hours.