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This vineyard in the Medoc offers an excellent opportunity for a serious winemaker or wine connoisseur. The vines and chai are in excellent order with over 41 hectares planted and less than one hectare remaining to be replanted. The quality of the vines is evident in the quality of the wine produced. 80% of the wine is aged in barrels further enhancing the wine and its ranking as a Cru Bourgeois. The vinificaiton chai and all buildings are all purpose built and in perfect order. A large family home sits across from the vineyard.
50 mn to BORDEAUX, BEAUTIFUL VINEYARD
Land laid to vines: 41ha
Terroir: 60% grave, 20% clay and limestone, 20% sandy clay
Appellation: Medoc Cru Bourgeois
Grape Variety Red: 49% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot, 1% Carmenère
Density: 50% at 6600/ha and 50% at 7500/ha
Average age of vines: 20 years
Total surface area of agricultural buildings: 1717m²
Total surface : 1717 m²
Winery : 414m²
Stainless steel vats
Barrel Chai: 91m²
Bottle storage: 323m²
Bottling chai: 93m²
Open hangar: 46m²
Tasting Room; 31m²
Total minimal production: approx 155 000 bottles Crus Bourgeois
One label registered at INPI
Château retail price: 7.80 euros TTC
Finalist 2009 Cru Bourgeois competition
Employees: 4 plus 1 assistant
The property is sold exclusive of stock, which may be bought by separate negotiation. "Avance sur culture" costs may apply. Equipment vini/viti is included.
Owner keen to help potential buyer to manage the property when deal has been done
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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.