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Award winning family run business in proximity of Cahors. 21 ha of vineyards - 15 ha is full ownership, rest is rented (rights will continue with the sale). Vineyards are located on the “3ième terrasse” which produces the best appellation in the region ! 19 ha Cahors AOC, 2 ha Vin de Table.
The Château produces 3 different categories of wine: basic (which hasn't aged in oak barrels), medium (wine aged in oak barrels) and superior (controlled production, green harvesting, long fermentation, manual punching, aged in new oak barrels (18 months)).
Grape varieties : 10% Merlot, 5% Tannat and 85% Malbec.
Age: average of 30 years
Currently the property produces +/- 15.000 bottles per year, all sold at the property itself. This is approximately 1/3 of the production, the rest is sold in bulk. There is potential to increase the production to 120.000 bottles per year.
Charming stone house, with living accommodation on the first floor (living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, WC and small store room). Wine storage, reception area and office on the ground floor. Separate sanitary block for visitors and clients.
The property further includes a cuvier, fully equipped chai, storage rooms, hangars for equipment etc.
Waste water treatment compliant
Cahors: 25 km
Bergerac airport: 85 km
Toulouse airport: 140 km
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**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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The Lot department, in the north of the Midi-Pyrénées, makes up much of the western part of the Massif Central mountain range. Foreign buyers and visitors have been increasingly drawn to the area in recent years thanks to its improved accessibility, which has been helped further by the introduction of Brive Gaillarde airport. The department is largely untouched with historical gems hidden among its fantastic landscapes.
Cahors is the department capital with a population of just over 21,000. The laid back way of life here reflects the relaxed atmosphere in the rest of the department. There is a great deal of spectacular medieval architecture on display in Cahors, both in its buildings and in the wonderfully preserved bridges that cross its rivers.
The Parc Naturel Regional des Causses covers a large proportion of the department. st Cirq Lapopie is a village not to be missed, perched on the edge of a cliff overhanging the Lot valley. The immense natural beauty of the area is complimented by the charming buildings and ancient ruins that make up this town.
Rocamadour is again situated in what looks like a precarious position on a cliff-top. In the past, pilgrims making their way to Compostella used the town as a stop off point. Today, visitors arrive from all over the world to take in the breathtaking views.
Gourdon, in the north east of the Lot, is the historical capital of the Bouriane region. It is positioned on the gentle slopes leading down to the Dordogne river and contains a number of medieval buildings. In the vicinity you'll be able to explore decorated prehistoric caves.
Rodez Airport is serviced by Ryanair, who run regular flights from London Stansted, and Toulouse airport is under 90 minutes away. Another option would be to fly into Limoges and travel down the A20.
The department has become very popular with international buyers, particularly families and retirees, thanks to its stunning architecture and scenery and reasonable property prices.